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A. Read the clues carefully and solve the crossword puzzle.  
















1. the very loud sound that comes from the sky during a storm (n)
2. covered with clouds (adj)
3. a weather condition in which the temperature drops below zero degrees Celsius so that a thin white layer of ice forms on the ground and other surfaces, esp. at night (n)
4. not too hot or too cold (adj)
5. a mass of snow, ice and rock that falls down the side of a mountain (n)
6. rain in very small light drops (n)
7. frozen or partly frozen rain (n)
1. warm and damp (adj)
2. a long period of time when there is little or no rain (n)
3. a short period of rain or snow (n)
4. a violent storm with very strong winds, esp. in the western Atlantic Ocean (n)
5. a large amount of water covering an area that is usually dry (n)
6. a snowstorm with very strong winds (n)
7. a light and pleasant wind (n)
8. small hard balls of ice which fall from the sky like rain (n)

B. Choose the correct word to complete the sentences.

1.    We once got stuck in a  for six hours.
2.    He was killed in an  while skiing.
3.    She let the gentle  cool her face.
4.    A light  was falling.
5.    This year a severe  has ruined the crops.
6.    After the  it took weeks for the water level to go down.
7.    When I woke up this morning the ground was covered with
8.    Many cars were damaged by  during the storm.
9.    They were not prepared for the  heat of the tropical forest.
10.   Betty is now approaching the coast of Florida.
11.  It's been a very  winter. We've only had a few truly cold days.
12.  The sky was  and a light rain began to fall.
13.  You're soaked! Did you get caught in the  ?
14.  We could hear the rumble of  in the distance.
15.  If you have to drive in snow or , drastically reduce your speed.





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