Customize the Outlook Weather Forecast
An Outlook tutorial by Peter Kalmstrom
calendar weather forecast is a new feature in Outlook 2013. By default it
shows the weather in New York, and the Fahrenheit temperature scale is used.
The setting does not follow the local settings of your operating system, so
you have to customize it yourself to get the forecast – or forecasts –
you are interested in.
In the demo below Peter Kalmstrom shows how to do it.
Change or add location
change the location from New York to something else, select New location in
the dropdown. You can add several locations
and switch between them to see the weather forecast for several places.
Write in a name and click on the magnifying glass to get a list of possible
locations. Select the one you want, and you will get the local weather for
Add more locations if you so wish.
To remove New York or another location, select it in the list of locations
and click the little x to the right of the name.
Switch from Fahernheit to Celsius
If you want the temperature to be displayed by the Celsius scale, go into
the calendar settings and change the preferred scaled there.
Also refer to the kalmstrom.com Blog post on
the Outlook 2013 weather bar