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Weather and Meteorology from About.com
A profile of the fall season -- including why we have fall, it's typical weather, and upcoming fall equinox dates. Plus, why calling it "fall" or "autumn" may give away  ...
French Weather Vocabulary - Le Temps
Ready to make the ultimate small talk? Learn to chat about the weather in French in this lesson with sound files.
Tips for Cold Weather Running - Running & Jogging - About.com
Cold weather doesn't mean you have to take a break from outdoor running. Follow these steps to enjoy running in the cold weather.
Average Weather in Hawaii - Hawaii Travel - About.com
Whenever potential travelers to Hawaii are surveyed, their first questions are often the same - "How's the weather in Hawaii?", or specifically by month such as  ...
About.com Weather: Weather Basics
Get a basic understanding of what weather, the atmosphere, and the things you hear in your local and national forecasts are.
Average Month-by-Month Weather in Denmark - Scandinavia Travel
Find out what weather patterns and temperatures to expect in Denmark with this guide to average climate and monthly temperatures for each month.
Weather in Spain by Month and Region - Spain Travel - About.com
Weather in Spain. What the climate is like in various cities in Spain, including average temperatures and number of days of rainfall per month. What sort of ...
Talk About the Weather in Spanish - Spanish Language - About.com
Expand your Spanish vocabulary with this list of weather terms and an explanation of how to use related verbs.
English-German Weather Glossary - Das Wetter - German Language
An annotated English-German glossary of words and expressions related to the weather.
What Is the Weather Like in Scandinavia - Scandinavia Travel
The weather in Scandinavia in most parts is generally mild and pleasant. Scandinavia's climate varies from north to south and from west to east.
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