Study the vocabulary about climate and conditions in different countries. Part 2
Wind - a current of air moving approximately horizontally, especially one strong enough to be felt;

Whirlwind - a tall, spinning column of air that moves across the surface of the land or sea;

Hurricane - a violent wind that has a circular movement, especially in the West Atlantic Ocean;

Drought - a long period when there is little or no rain;

Lack - the fact that something is not available or that there is not enough of it;

Reason - the cause of an event or situation or something that provides an excuse or explanation;

Occasion - a particular time, especially when something happens or has happened;

Unprepared - not prepared; not ready;

Behave - to act in a particular way;

Headline - a line of words printed in large letters as the title of a story in a newspaper, or the main points of the news that are broadcast on television or radio;

Changeability - power or skill needed to change;

Humid - (of air and weather conditions) containing extremely small drops of water in the air;

Cattle - cows and bulls that are kept for their milk or meat;

Lawn - an area of grass, especially near to a house or in a park, that is cut regularly to keep it short.

There was a light wind blowing.

Her only problem is a lack of confidence.

For some reason the story caught the imagination of the public.

New York is very hot and humid in the summer.