This guide will show you how to subscribe to a free calendar service (no sign up required) which will display the weather for each day in your Google Calendar.
There are two services that provide this functionality, but as of late, one seems to be much more reliable than the other. Our suggestion is to try out the first one, which doesn’t really have a name so I’m calling it Weather Forecast with Icons. If it’s not to your liking, you can try out the other by clicking here (or just scroll down) for instructions on setting up WebCal.fi – which isn’t quite as reliable.
There are a couple of differences between the two – Weather Forecast with Icons uses emojis ⛅️ 🌧️ ☀️ 🌨️, WebCal.fi does not. WebCal.fi offers a bit more information – “Heat index”, “Wind chill” and “Dew point” are some examples. Again, I’d suggest you start with Weather Forecast with Icons and if it’s not to your liking, give WebCal.fi a try.
Adding the Weather to Google Calendar using Weather Forecast with Icons
- One of the great things about this method is that it’s SUPER easy to setup. Head over to the Weather Forecast with Icons page and enter in the name of your city.
- Then decide if you want to use Celsius or Fahrenheit and whether you’d like to have the temperature represented by the daily high or the low/high range.
- Finally, click the big Add to your Calendar button.
- You’ll be redirected to your Google Calendar and an Add calendar pop-up will appear. Click the Add button.
- Now you’ll have a 14 day forecast in your Google Calendar!
- If you click one of the weather entries on your calendar you’ll be presented with a detailed list of weather attributes for that day.
- That’s it – you’re all done! If you find the “Weather Forecast with Icons” service useful, consider throwing the developer a few dollars via the “Make a donation” link.
Adding the Weather to Google Calendar with WebCal.fi
- Start out by heading over to WebCal.fi (link opens in a new tab/window) and select the Science tab.
- Scroll down to the Weather section and click the link titled Select a location
- Navigate to the location of the weather you want to monitor on your Google Calendar. Use the Zoom In and Zoom Out buttons when necessary (a lot) and when you’ve found the location, click it to put a ‘scope’ on it. Now click the Use this location button.
- Select the Rename link.
- Give the name something a little more user-friendly for your calendar then click the Use this name button.
- Select the Settings link.
- From here you can choose between having your calendar display info in Fahrenheit or Celsius and/or mph vs. km/h (or even m/s). Finally, click the Subscribe Weather button.
- Your Google Calendar will open and display a confirmation box. Click the Add button.
- Ta-da! You now have a 5 day forecast of the weather for the location you specified!
- Click on one of the weather items for a full description of the weather forecast.