Set Weather Settings in Calendar in Windows 10

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    The first thing that we need to do is click the lower-left corner of the screen to open up the start menu.
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    Then, we click the Calendar app. We wait for it to load.
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    When Calendar loads, we need to click the gear icon to go to the settings.
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    Once we are in the settings, we need to click "Weather Settings". We will have only one option. It's "Temperature Scale". In this case, it is set to "Regional Default". In this case, "Regional Default" is "Celsius".
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    We can change "Temperature Scale" manually by clicking "Celsius" or "Fahrenheit" in the drop-down menu. If we prefer Fahrenheit, we can click "Fahrenheit". If Calendar has any news that involves weather, it will show the weather news in the selected temperature scale. In this video, the news will be in Fahrenheit.
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