Just to cover our bases for weather, let’s talk quickly about hail.
Hail is uncommon and even when it does fall, it’s usually very short-lived. Therefore, your pilots will rarely get the chance to announce that it’s hailing. They may say that there’s reports of hail in the area. As a flight attendant, you also won’t need to translate this very often either. Though if the occasion does arise, you can say that “it’s hailing.”
Using "il" as an impersonal pronoun again, we can follow the same pattern as "il pleut" and "il neige" (it's raining, it's snowing).
Il grêle=It’s hailing
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Flight Attendant Souvenirs. Souvenirs d’un agent de bord. Hong Kong 2014. Well, as expected, Hong Kong is a big, densely-populated city. Taking the ferry between the mainland and the island is cheap, easy, and offers a great view of the skyline. Taking the cable car up on the island offers great views as well.