If I run the HTC Calendar app, click on More, Click on Calendars, there is my list of Calendars. One of them is "Weather" (it's pink). These daily forecasts show up in degrees Celcius. How do I change them to show in degrees Fahrenheit?
Finally found the answer to the weather app showing the forecast in Celsius (spelled correct). It has to do with the Google Calendar integration.
Log into your Google Calendar via a PC and go into Settings --> Calendar Settings
On the [General] tab, scroll down to "Show weather based on my location"
Your options are:
Do not show weather
If you have this set to either of the first two (I had it set to not show weather), then the weather app on your phone will show the forecast in Celsius. Set it to degrees Fahrenheit and sync the phone and it will start showing up in Fahrenheit.
The Accuweather.com app on my Note II home screen displays Celsius and setting to F in the setup doe not seem to change it.
I am not sure if this home screen widget and the app are working together. Still need a fix, thanks
This is how I changed from Celsius to Fahrenheit on HTC Desire.
1. Click on Settings.
2. Click on Accounts & Sync.
3. Click on Weather.
4. Click on Account Settings.
5. Click on Temperature Scale, from the drop down menu select Fahrenheit.