Winter- to freeze, severe/hard frost, heavy fall of snow, snowfall, to snow, ice, icicle, snowflakes, to make a snowman, to play snowballs, to go sledging/tobogganing/skiing/skating.
Spring- to be on the way, to draw out/in, to melt, to burst into leaf, to come to blossom/bloom, thunderstorm, stormy, to feel the first drop of rain.
Summer- heat, hot, the scorching sun, the rays of the sun, dew, breeze, to be caugt in the rain, rainbow, to pick up flowers, ripe, harvest time crop.
Autumn- Indian summer, dense fog, foggy, silvery mist, muddy road, sleet,dead leaves, bare trees, to wither.
Autumn in London is usually chilly and foggy, often with drizzle.
I Can you use these words in the sentences of your own?
mild, thunderstorm, weather, climate, wet, foggy, windy, shower
II These are headings in the newspapers. What season is it?
Dry with sunny periods
Mostly very warm.