Is it correct to say "weather goes bad" meaning that it no longer keeps fine?


Go bad is usually used of food or other organic matter decaying and becoming infected.

The weather turns bad, changes for the worse or deteriorates.

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  • Thank you, that answers my question. – Evgeny Mar 29 at 10:49

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