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severe weather is extremely unpleasant and likely to cause harm or damage
harsh weather is extremely cold and unpleasant
threatening clouds, skies, or seas show that the weather is likely to be bad
fierce weather is very strong or severe
hot and wet in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable
sultry weather is unpleasant because the air is hot and slightly wet
muggy weather is warm in an unpleasant way because the air feels wet
raw weather is cold and unpleasant
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Free thesaurus definition of words used to describe unpleasant weather from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Publishers Limited.