Weather temperature refers to a measurement of how hot or cold the air is in a specific area at a particular moment. It is a fundamental aspect of weather that helps us understand the current atmospheric conditions. Temperature is often measured using a thermometer and is typically reported in degrees Celsius (°C) or Fahrenheit (°F). You can display the temperature unit in three different ways.
- Celsius (°C): Celsius (°C) is a unit of measurement used to quantify temperature. It is a common scale in many parts of the world, especially in countries that use the metric system. Select it to show the temperature unit in Centigrade Scale.
- Fahrenheit (°F): Fahrenheit (°F) is another unit of measurement used to quantify temperature. Unlike the Celsius scale, the Fahrenheit scale is more commonly used in the United States and a few other countries. Select it to show the temperature unit in Fahrenheit scale.
- Both (°C & °F): Select it to display both the temperature units in the Weather View.
Note: Set the temperature unit according to your zone.
Follow the process below to display the temperature unit in the Weather View:
- Navigate to Location Weather Menu > Add New.
- Type a Title for your Weather View.
- Underneath the Weather Settings Configuration Tab, You will find the Option Named Display Temperature Unit.
Choose a temperature unit according to your time zone. Publish the shortcode and display it on your web pages. The final output will be something like the below: