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Weather - Choosing the Perfect Outfit!



Weather - Choosing the Perfect Outfit!

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     challenging words:    t-shirt, perfectly, weatherman, window, become, sweatshirt, springtime, rather, news, also, wonder, side, chilly, choice, clear, sweat


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Weather - Choosing the Perfect Outfit!
By Mary Perrin
  

1     I am looking out the window as I eat breakfast. The sun is brightly shining. The sky is perfectly clear. I wonder what I am going to wear to school today. I make a choice about what I wear every day. Some days my mom checks the weather on the computer. Other days we watch the morning news to hear what the weatherman, or meteorologist, predicts. What I wear is important. I do not want to wear a sweatshirt if it will be hot outside. I will sweat all day. I do not want to wear shorts if it is going to be chilly outside. I will shiver all day. Each morning I try to find the perfect combination of clothes so I do not get too hot or too cold.
 
2     I finished my breakfast and took my bowl to the sink. Then I opened the back door and stepped outside. The wind caught my hair. The sun hit my face. The temperature was just a tad chilly. My mom once told me that the temperature in the morning is usually cooler than the temperature in the afternoon. She told me the weather changes throughout the day.
 
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