Weather Idioms

  • A storm in a teacup

Eg: Our argument was no big deal – just a storm in a tea cup

  • It never rains but it pours

Eg: I lost my wallet and now I’ve lost my phone. It never rains but it pours!

  • Take a rain check

Eg: No thanks. I’ll take the rain check. Enjoy the party!

  • Be snowed under

Eg: I’m snowed under with work. I’ve got so much to do.

  • Be/feel under the weather

Eg: I can’t finish my work today. I feel under the weather.

  • Have your head in the clouds

Eg: I can’t talk sense into him. He has his head in the cloud.

  • Soak up the sun

Eg: Let’s go out and soak up some sun

  • Catch some rays

Eg: yesterday, I lay on the beach and catch some rays.

  • Dog days of the summer

Eg: It has been at least 50 degrees every day this week!. The dog days of summer are here!

  • On cloud nine

Eg: When my boyfriend proposed to me, I was on cloud nine.

  • In the dark

Eg: I was kept in the dark about the intervention until a few minutes before it was a reality.

  • Heavens open

Eg: Let’s come back soon before the heavens open!…

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