Microsoft’s Outlook 2013 has this great neat feature in Calendar view, where it will show you the up coming three day weather forecast of the location of your choice. The only problem is, by default Outlook will show the weather temperature in Fahrenheit regardless the local you set are not belong to a Fahrenheit country. As a matter of fact, US are pretty much the ONLY country in the world uses Fahrenheit instead of Celsius.
So Here is how you can change the temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius
Go to the File menu > Options
Under Outlook Options > Calendar > Weather
Be sure to change the Show temperature in option from Fahrenheit to Celsius.
Now when you go back to the calendar view, all the weather forecast should show in Celsius instead of Fahrenheit.
As you can see Vancouver’s winter means endless rain, but tomorrow could always and some where over the rainbow lies the sun.
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Last updated: 08/04/2014