I've learned the way to say weather with 'if' in my previous query. Now I'm interested to know more about describing weather because it varies depending on the weather.
So they are
• If it is sunny, ~.
• If it is cloudy, ~.
• If it is windy, ~.
• If it rains, ~.
Q1. How about 'snow'?
Q2. How about when you simply state the current weather? Is it "It's sunny[or cloudy, windy, rainy, snowy, stormy]"?
Q3. How about in this format, 'Today's forecast is ~'? Will the '~' filled with sunny, cloudy, but not rainy and it's "The forecast is rain"?
Q4. How about snow? Will it be "Today's forecast is snow"?