"No, the weather is bad."
Translation:Non, il fait mauvais.
A tempest is "une tempête" or "un orage." Il fait mauvais simply means the weather is bad.
That is a correct answer. If it happens again could you get a screenshot?
I don't understand how you can get weather out of this entire sentence. To me it just says, "No, it is bad." How can you tell it is even about the weather?