Rainy Weather: Useful Words and Phrases to Describe Rainy Weather

Learn Rainy Weather Vocabulary in English with the Infographic. This lesson shows many words and phrases that we use when talking about rainy weather vocabulary.

Rainy Weather Phrases and Words

Phrases to Describe Rainy Weather

  • It’s raining.
  • It’s spitting.
  • It’s drizzling.
  • It’s been raining on and off all day.
  • It’s pouring.
  • It’s really coming down out there!
  • Take your umbrella. It looks like it’s going to rain.
  • I’ve had enough of all this rain!
  • We got caught in a downpour.
  • Let’s stay inside until the rain lets up
  • I got soaking wet.
  • The forecast calls for scattered showers.
  • It’s raining cats and dogs. (Rain Idioms)
  • It’s raining sideways.

Words Related to Rain

  • Heavy/ Constant/ Steady/ Pouring rain/ Downpour: a lot of rain in a short time
  • Light/ Gentle rain/ Drizzle: not heavy rain
  • Rainfall: the amount of rain that falls
  • Deluge: a severe flood
  • Rainstorm: a storm with heavy rain
  • A drop of rain/ a droplet/ a raindrop: a single drop of rain
  • Shower: a short period of rain or snow

Examples of Rainy Weather Vocabulary

Heavy rain

  • The heavy rain was the cause of the flood.

Downpour

  • We got caught in a torrential downpour.

Drizzle

  • A fine drizzle began to veil the hills.

Rainfall

  • The rainfall was measured over a three-month period.

Deluge

  • I got caught in the deluge on the way home.

Rainstorm

  • The rainstorm has made the road impassable.

A drop of rain

  • We’ve seen scarcely a drop of rain for over six months.

Shower

  • A cold shower always refreshes us in summer.

Pouring rain

  • We drove all the way through pouring rain.

Light rain

  • When the sun shines through light rain, it makes a rainbow.

Steady rain

  • steady rain began to fall.

Constant rain

  • The river was swelling rapidly with constant rain.

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Rainy Weather Vocabulary in English

Rainy Weather

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Jean Richerson
Jean Richerson
2 years ago

I don’t know how much to thank you for the important stuffs you shared with me

keerthana
keerthana
4 months ago
Reply to  Jean Richerson

hahahaahaha

mikerana
mikerana
1 year ago

can somebody describe a rain that starts but ends up pouring, in a college premises where archaeological buildings are in the background
 

keerthana
keerthana
4 months ago
Reply to  mikerana

hahaha

englishisfun
englishisfun
1 month ago
Reply to  mikerana

“pitter-patter” The droplets of rain fell onto the roofs of the archaeological buildings and college dormitories. Thinking it was only a light drizzle, I rushed through the rain knowing that to reach my class on time I would have to cut through the rain for at least two minutes. Unfortunately, the light drizzle turned into heavy rain, and soon, my body and my bag were drenched.

keerthana
keerthana
4 months ago
  1. It’s raining in the shower
keerthana
keerthana
4 months ago

its raining in shower

keerthana
keerthana
4 months ago
  1. I shake when it’s raining and dancing
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