Germanic Languages Comparative Vocabulary: Weather Phrases

Talking about the weather in German, Dutch, and Afrikaans


back to list of categories

Click a button to hide or show that language:

Click in the first row and drag left or right to change the order of the columns.

English German Dutch Afrikaans
What's the weather like today? Wie ist das Wetter heute? Wat voor weer is het vandaag? Hoe is die weer vandag?
it's nice / beautiful es ist nett / schön het is mooi dit is mooi
it's cold es ist kalt het is koud dit is koud
it's hot / warm es ist heiß / warm het is heet / warm dit is warm
it's sunny es ist sonnig het is zonnig dit is sonnig
it's raining es regnet het regent dit reën
it's snowing es schneit het sneeuwt dit sneeu
it's windy es ist windig het is winderig dit is winderig
it's foggy es ist nebelig het is mistig dit is mistig
it's freezing es friert het vriest dit is yskoud
it's cloudy es ist bewölkt het is bewolkt dit is bewolk

Return to top of page

If you enjoy the tutorials, then please consider buying French, Informal French, Italian, Spanish, German, Swedish, or Dutch Language Tutorials as a PDF e-book with free mp3s and free lifetime updates through Gumroad.

Buy now

If you enjoy this website, please consider sending a donation of any amount through Paypal to help support This website has existed for nearly two decades (it was created in 1997!) and the content has always been free. Thank you very much!



FluentU offers authentic videos in French, Spanish, German, English, Chinese and Japanese. Learn from captions and translations and enjoy access to ALL languages!


Learn Spanish, French, German, Italian, Mandarin Chinese and English with authentic videos by Yabla that include subtitles and translations.

Interlinear Books

Learn to read languages with interlinear bilingual books that include the original language and an English translation below in a smaller font.

Udemy Language Learning Courses

Hundreds of free and paid online language learning video courses at Udemy. By native speakers and experts, from Arabic to Zulu.

© Copyright 1997 - 2023 by Dr. Wagner About | Blog | Affiliate Program | Disclaimer | Privacy Policy