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Weather in Hindi

What’s the Hindi word for “rain”? How do you explain that it’s terrible weather? Can you talk about the weather in Hindi? Maybe you’re experiencing sun, snow, or something in between - this free audio lesson will teach you tons of Hindi words you can use in conversation.

Whether you’re traveling in India or conversing with Hindi speakers closer to home, the Rocket Hindi team will teach you how to talk about the climate and the current weather conditions in Hindi.

We hope you don’t encounter any extreme weather, but to be on safe side we’ll teach you some words for that too. It’s good to be prepared and know what to expect, so let’s get started!

Resources for further reading:

Pronouncing the weather in Hindi

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आज के लिये मौसम पूर्वानुमान क्या है?

āja ke liye mausama pūrvānumāna kyā hai?

What's the weather forecast for today?

इस सप्ताह के मौसम का पूर्वानुमान क्या है?

isa saptāha ke mausama kā pūrvānumāna kyā hai?

What's the weather forecast for this week?

मौसम कैसा है?

mausama kaisā hai?

How's the weather?

किस तरह का मौसम है?

kisa taraha kā mausama hai?

What's the weather like?

(बाहर) मौसम कैसा है?

(bāhara) mausama kaisā hai?

What's it like outside?/ How is the weather?

There are a lot of possible answers to that question. Here are the most common ones…

गर्मी है ।

garmī hai ।

It's warm.

बहुत ठंडा है ।

bahuta ṭhaṃḍā hai ।

It's cold.

आच्छा है ।

ācchā hai ।

It's nice.

बादल है ।

bādala hai ।

It's cloudy.

साफ़ है ।

sāpha़ hai ।

It's clear.

धूप है।

dhūpa hai।

It's sunny.

बहुत गर्मी है ।

bahuta garmī hai ।

It's really hot.

तूफ़ानी है ।

tūpha़ānī hai ।

It's stormy.

हवा है ।

havā hai ।

It's windy.

सर्दी है ।

sardī hai ।

It's cold.

आर्द्र है ।

ārdra hai ।

It's humid

You can use the word "bahut", very, for all of the above phrases to emphasize that it’s not just cold or warm, but very cold or very warm. For example:

बहुत सर्दी है ।

bahuta sardī hai ।

It's very cold.

बहुत गरम है ।

bahuta garama hai ।

It's very warm.

बहुत गरम है ।

bahuta garama hai ।

It's very hot.

बहुत ठंड है ।

bahuta ṭhaṃḍa hai ।

It's very cold.

When talking about rain you can use the following expressions …

बारिश हो रही है ।

bāriśa ho rahī hai ।

It's raining

बरसात है ।

barasāta hai ।

It's rainy.

For a farmer rain might be all he needs, whereas a cricket team might be hoping for a sunny day. Here are some more general answers.

मौसम खराब है ।

mausama kharāba hai ।

It's miserable weather.

मौसम अच्छा है ।

mausama acchā hai ।

It's good weather.

मौसम बुरा/खराब है ।

mausama burā/ kharāba hai ।

It's bad weather.

मौसम अच्छा / सुन्दर है ।

mausama acchā / sundara hai ।

It's beautiful weather.

मौसम बहुत गन्दा है ।

mausama bahuta gandā hai ।

It's terrible weather.

If you are planning to travel somewhere like Ladakh in autumn or winter you’ll definitely need to know the next two sentences! Let me assure you, there will be plenty of opportunities to use them.

बरफ़ पड रही है ।

barapha़ paḍa rahī hai ।

It's snowing

बहुत ठंड है ।

bahuta ṭhaṃḍa hai ।

It's icy cold

Snow storm in Hindi

Here are some more words that describe certain weather conditions…



The rainbow

बर्फ के टुकड़े

barpha ke ṭukaḍa़e

The snowflakes



The snow



The ice



The flood



The fog



The temperature

समुद्री तूफ़ान

samudrī tūpha़āna

The hurricane



The storm



The earthquake



The lightning

आंधी तूफान

āṃdhī tūphāna

The thunderstorm



The thunder



The rain



The hail



The cloud

That’s all for this lesson! The vocabulary you have just learned will be very easy to practice - you just need to walk outside and see what the weather is doing, then practice exclaiming loudly about the conditions in Hindi!

Here are a few recommended Hindi lessons to try next!

फिर मिलेंगे (phir milenge),

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