Scandinavian Languages Comparative Vocabulary: Weather Phrases

Talking about the weather in Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish


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English Swedish Norwegian Danish
What's the weather like today? Vad är det för väder idag? Hvordan er været i dag? Hvordan er vejret i dag?
it's nice / beautiful det är fint / vackert det er pent det er smukt
it's cold det är kallt det er kaldt det er koldt
it's hot / warm det är jättevarmt det er varmt det er lunt
it's sunny det är soligt det er sol det er solrigt
it's raining det regnar det regner det regner
it's snowing det snöar det snør det sner
it's windy det är blåsigt det blåser det er blæsende
it's foggy det är dimmigt det er tåke det er tåget
it's freezing det är kyligt det er iskaldt det fryser
it's cloudy det är molnigt det er overskyet det er skyet

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