Talking about the weather in te reo Māori

Cliff Whiting mural Tawhirimatea and his children

To mark Māori Language Week this year, this blog post brings together some practical weather words you can use every day, along with the story of Tāwhirimātea – god of the weather. Ko Tāwhirimātea te atua o te hau me ngā āwhāTāwhirimātea is the god of winds and storms.