Fahrenheit and Celsius Temperature Converter CalculatorEnter the number you wish to convert in the top box. Use a - sign before it for a negative temperature. Then select either Fahrenheit or Celsius to tell the calculator which you have entered. Then select the Convert Temperature button to see it converted into the opposite temperature scale.
To check a different temperature, simply change the number in the top box of the form, select Fahrenheit or Celsius, and then the Convert Temperature button.
Temperature trivia: what temperature is the same on both scales?
How to Do the Math to Convert Termperatures
To convert Fahrenheit temperatures into Celsius:
- Begin by subtracting 32 from the Fahrenheit number.
- Divide the answer by 9.
- Then multiply that answer by 5.
Here's an example:
Change 95 degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius: (95 - 32)/9*5
95 minus 32 is 63.
Then, 63 divided by 9 is 7.
Finally, 7 times 5 is 35 degrees Celsius.
To convert Celsius temperatures into Fahrenheit:
- Begin by multiplying the Celsius temperature by 9.
- Divide the answer by 5.
- Now add 32.
Here's an example:
Change 20 degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit: 20*9/5 + 32
20 times 9 is 180.
Then 180 divided by 5 is 36.
Finally, 36 plus 32 is 68 degrees Fahrenheit.
Walking in Hot and Cold Weather
An old Scandinavian saying translates as, "There is no bad weather, just bad clothing." It works because weather and clothing rhyme in Swedish and Norwegian. In English, it means that you shouldn't forsake enjoying the outdoors when you think it is too cold or too hot, you just need to be prepared. Knowing how to dress correctly for the weather will make it more enjoyable as well as safer.
Heat Index: It's one thing to just stroll or stand around in hot weather. But at times it is unwise to engage in exercise or strenuous physical activity when it is hot. Use the heat index to make wise decisions about when it is too hot to exercise outdoors.
10 Tips for Walking or Running Races in Hot Weather: If it's going to be hot on race day, use these tactics to keep your cool.
How to Dress for Cold Weather Walking: Learn how to layer your clothing to stay warm out there. The key is wearing the right layers and adjusting when the conditions change. The choice of fabric matters, especially if there is a chance of getting wet from the rain.
10 Tips for Walking and Running Races in Cold Weather: If it's going to be chilly on race day, you need to be able to work up a sweat while protecting your fingers and toes, plus stay warm awaiting the start and after the finish. Here are tactics for cold weather races.
Signs of Heat Illness: As proof of the old saying, we often don't wear the right clothing and can end up in distress. Know when it's time to stop and get help.
How to Walk in the Rain: You probably won't melt in the rain, and you will be less miserable it you have the right gear and clothing. Here is what to wear on a rainy walk.
10 Tips for Racing in the Rain: A wet race day brings about new challenges. Here are tips for how to deal with rain for walks and runs.