|"feel under the weather" = feel sick|
"She has been feeling a little under the weather for about a week."
"rain cats and dogs" = rain heavily
"It rained cats and dogs all afternoon."
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What is the weather like in your hometown during different seasons of the year (temperatures, precipitation, humidity, etc.)? The Fahrenheit scale is used to calculate temperatures in the United States. Use the Internet to find out more about how to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius, and about the people who invented these scales.
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HELPFUL TIP: Travelers often have a difficult time adjusting to the climate of a new area. Be sure to check weather forecasts before you go, and bring any needed personal supplies (e.g., lotion, hat, umbrella, etc.) for your personal comfort.|
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Use a local newspaper, TV news program, or the Internet to find a weather forecast of your area. Then, give a summary for the next three days. What dress would you suggest for going out in this weather (e.g., shorts, a warm jacket, sandals, rain coat, etc.)? Are their activities you would suggest doing or even postponing due to weather conditions?
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