You can certainly use cold/hot etc (though I assume you do not mean to use "close" it reference to weather )simonaj said:Maybe "rainy" and "snowy" are used in this way because there are correspondent verbs of them. But I can say "it's cold/hot/close etc. even when I'm refering at the corrent moment. Is it right?
A - no for me it means muggy, sticky.simonaj said:But close means there are cloudsA. Is it really wrong? And can I say either "there is fog"B , "there is hot"C or "there is wind"D?