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Is it just "星期四会阴天"?

Also if you say "Thursday will be cloudy" it translates to "星期四有风”, so do you also say "星期四会有热”?

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    热 is not usually used as a noun in daily speech. So not "有热". – fefe Oct 13 '17 at 13:31
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    刮风 may be used instead of 有风 – user6065 Oct 13 '17 at 13:54
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"thursday will be cloudy" means "星期四(是)阴天" or "星期四(是)多云".

有风 means 'windy', not 'cloudy'.

We usually say "星期四(天气)(会)很热”, "星期四有风”, "星期四(是)晴天”, "星期四有雨”, "星期四(可能)(会)下雨” and etc.

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  • Why can't 会 be used in 星期四阴天? Because it should be considered as a noun? – Blaszard Oct 13 '17 at 18:04
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    星期四会是阴天? sounds better, because (as you said) it's a noun. In 星期四会阴天?, you would use 阴天 as a verb(it's ok for understanding, but a bit unnatural I think). – dan Oct 13 '17 at 23:12

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