ASK A QUESTION "in the teens", temperature
In English we can say "in the teens" to mean lower temperatures. I'm only finding "los adolescentes" or "la adolescencia" for the translation of "teen" or "teens".
Any suggestions? Muchas gracias!
You can't express the concept of teens in that sense in Spanish. It would have to be something like...
Hoy la temperatura estará entre los 13 y los 19 grados.
You could say "bajo cero", assuming you're in a celsius country.
Since Spanish does not use "teens - fourteen, fifteen, etc" the idiom has no meaning. I would suggest use. La tempuratura es alrededor quince. Or something to that effect.
Update: Thanks to a comment below I looked up the use of ser vs. estar and estar is correct. But it appears that "está" and "estamos" have different meaning.
Estamos is used to discuss the temperature where the speaker is while está refers to the temerature in other locations.
Here is the link I found.
Do you mean the temperature has, at last, got over + 9 C? We never say this in England!
Los adolecentes refers only to teenagers, who may, of course be calientes..