The Windows 10 Weather app has come a long way. If you want to know the weather conditions for other locations around the world, here’s how to add them.
The Weather app in Windows 10 for PCs and Mobile is one of the better apps for weather conditions out there. It also has a vibrant and beautiful interface. If you travel a lot or want to know the weather conditions for other locations worldwide, here’s how to add them.
Windows 10 Weather App
The Weather app in Windows 10 has come a long way since it was first introduced as a modern app in Windows 8. The other nice thing about it is that it gets improvements as it gets updated regularly.
Add More Locations to Windows 10 Weather App
Open the Weather app and click the hamburger menu on the upper left side of the screen. Then click on Favorites from the menu. Then on the righthand side, click on the Add Favorites button.
Under the “Add to Favorites” field, search for a zipcode or the city you want to add.
Your Launch Location will always be what shows up when you first launch the app. Then, to see the other places you’ve added, select Favorite Places to bring them up, and then choose the tile you need.
If you go into Settings (gear icon on the lower-left corner), under “Launch Location,” either select a default that you specify or use the Always detect my location option. That is a good choice when you’re traveling. Of course, for it to work, you’ll need to allow Windows to access your location.
Cross-Platform Universal App
It’s also worth noting that you can always search for any location via the search box at the upper right corner of the app.
For more on getting the weather on your Windows 10 machine, check out how to add weather locations to Outlook. Or, for modern versions of Windows 10, check out how to change the weather locations on the News and Interests widget on the taskbar.
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