°C x 1.8 + 32 = °F
For example: 20°C = 20 x 1.8 + 32 = 68°F
Visitors should note that "Wind chill" is a major factor that affects temperature in cold climates like Canada. In winter, temperatures are often presented with the wind chill factor. Thus, a weather report on a chilly January morning may report the temperature as -4°F or -20°C, but -22°F or -30°C with the wind chill factor.
Scroll down for temperatures in Celsius and Fahrenheit.
Other metric conversion tables:
- Common Weights in Grams & Kilograms and Ounces & Pounds
- Common Speed Limits in Kilometers and Miles per Hour
- Metric Distances in Canada - Converting Meters & Kilometers and Yards & Miles
- Common Volumes in Milliliters & Liters and Ounces & Gallons
Common Temperatures in Celsius and Fahrenheit
|Sweaty, hot weather||30+°C||85+°F|
|T-shirt & shorts weather||24°C||75°F|
|Average Room Temperature||21°C||70°F|
|Long-sleeve shirt & pants weather||15°C||60°F|
|Fleece jacket weather||10°C||50°F|
|So cold you may want to reconsider going outside, especially with children||-29°C||-20°F|