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Celsius.co.uk Temperature Converter
Quick Temperature Conversion
Welcome to the Celsius site, a site that has been specifically designed to provide information about temperatures – not just Celsius but Fahrenheit and Kelvin as well. You’ll find plenty of information here to help you with temperature conversions as you’re about to find out.
A free temperature converter
It doesn’t matter whether you want to know what 25 degrees Celsius is in Fahrenheit so you can see how hot it will be tomorrow, or you need a calculation for an entirely different reason. Our converter is simple and completely free to use whenever you need it most.
We’ve even included a proper guide that provides more information about temperature conversions using our converter. You’ll never be stuck for help and advice just when you need it most.
News updates about temperatures
Temperatures are rising and falling all over the world at any given moment in time. You can find out more about the latest events with regard to temperature – not to mention some fascinating temperature related stories and incidents – on our news page right now.
If you visit our site regularly you’ll come to realise there is a lot more to understanding temperatures than you might think. Our site makes it easy to convert one from the other and to gain a greater understanding of how different temperatures affect our lives in so many different ways.
Celsius, Fahrenheit and Kelvin – they’re all included
Most people in the UK are familiar with temperatures in Celsius. However if you’ve ever been online you’ll know people in the US tend to prefer temperatures in Fahrenheit. This means it is good to know how a temperature given in Celsius converts into one in Fahrenheit. The more you use our site the easier you will find it to gain a greater understanding of how one figure relates to another.
We’ve also included Kelvin figures in our calculations in case you need them. Kelvin goes down to absolute zero and is often used for scientific calculations. Whether you are at school or college or you use this scale in your everyday life, it’s good to know you can work out Kelvin calculations here on our site as well.
Bookmark our site now for easy access in the future
You never know when you’ll need to access our website. If you want to make the most of our site bookmark it now, so you don’t have to waste time finding it in the future. Read the latest news entries on our news page, use our temperature calculator whenever you like and check out the latest content we’ve added too.
Whatever you need to know about temperatures, Celsius.co.uk couldn’t be a better place to start. Let us know if there is anything else you’d like to see added to our site too, and be sure to come back soon for more of the latest information. From the heat of the summer to the depths of the coldest winter, we’ll be here to give you all the temperature conversions you’ll ever need.