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Weather Word Wall Vocabulary

PDF | 3 pages|Grade: 1

82 weather related vocabulary cards for a word wall.

Display and use these Weather Word Wall Vocabulary cards to immerse your students in the content specific vocabulary when learning about weather and the different climate types around the world.

There is a blank sheet provided at the end for any extra words that your students may want to add.

Words include:

weather, rain, cloud, rainbow, temperature, pressure, overcast, shower, sunrise, dry, tornado, sunset, humidity, cold, heat, wind, cloudy, heat wave, fog, breeze, humid, lightning, blustery, humidity, thunder, snow, heat index, thunderstorm, downpour, drought, tropical, water cycle, temperate, moisture, drizzle, warm, hail, icicle, climate, storm, flood, muggy, gale, flash flood, atmosphere, cold front, mist, isobar, cold snap, condensation, forecast, ice storm, freeze, barometric, gust, snowfall, whirlwind, hurricane, cyclone, air, balmy, avalanche, air pressure, frost, blizzard, spring, smog, ozone, autumn, winter, outlook, summer, storm surge, rain gauge, low pressure,  wind chill, sleet, sky, easterlies, westerlies, dew, surge, monsoon and permafrost.

Weather Vocabulary

weather rain cloud
rainbow temperature pressure
overcast shower sunrise
dry tornado sunset
humidity cold heat
wind cloudy heat wave
fog breeze humid
lightning blustery humidity
thunder snow heat index
thunderstorm downpour drought
tropical water cycle temperate
moisture drizzle warm
hail icicle climate
storm flood muggy
gale flash flood atmosphere
cold front mist isobar
cold snap condensation forecast
ice storm freeze barometric
gust snowfall whirlwind
hurricane cyclone air
balmy avalanche air pressure
frost blizzard spring
smog ozone autumn
winter outlook summer
storm surge rain gauge low pressure
wind chill sleet sky
easterlies westerlies dew
surge monsoon permafrost
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