# Celsius to Fahrenheit

Fahrenheit to Celsius (Swap Units)
Celsius |
Fahrenheit |

0℃ |
32℉ |

1℃ |
33.8℉ |

2℃ |
35.6℉ |

3℃ |
37.4℉ |

4℃ |
39.2℉ |

5℃ |
41℉ |

6℃ |
42.8℉ |

7℃ |
44.6℉ |

8℃ |
46.4℉ |

9℃ |
48.2℉ |

10℃ |
50℉ |

11℃ |
51.8℉ |

12℃ |
53.6℉ |

13℃ |
55.4℉ |

14℃ |
57.2℉ |

15℃ |
59℉ |

16℃ |
60.8℉ |

17℃ |
62.6℉ |

18℃ |
64.4℉ |

19℃ |
66.2℉ |

20℃ |
68℉ |

21℃ |
69.8℉ |

22℃ |
71.6℉ |

23℃ |
73.4℉ |

24℃ |
75.2℉ |

25℃ |
77℉ |

26℃ |
78.8℉ |

27℃ |
80.6℉ |

28℃ |
82.4℉ |

29℃ |
84.2℉ |

30℃ |
86℉ |

31℃ |
87.8℉ |

32℃ |
89.6℉ |

33℃ |
91.4℉ |

34℃ |
93.2℉ |

35℃ |
95℉ |

36℃ |
96.8℉ |

37℃ |
98.6℉ |

38℃ |
100.4℉ |

39℃ |
102.2℉ |

40℃ |
104℉ |

41℃ |
105.8℉ |

42℃ |
107.6℉ |

43℃ |
109.4℉ |

44℃ |
111.2℉ |

45℃ |
113℉ |

46℃ |
114.8℉ |

47℃ |
116.6℉ |

48℃ |
118.4℉ |

49℃ |
120.2℉ |

50℃ |
122℉ |

51℃ |
123.8℉ |

52℃ |
125.6℉ |

53℃ |
127.4℉ |

54℃ |
129.2℉ |

55℃ |
131℉ |

56℃ |
132.8℉ |

57℃ |
134.6℉ |

58℃ |
136.4℉ |

59℃ |
138.2℉ |

60℃ |
140℉ |

61℃ |
141.8℉ |

62℃ |
143.6℉ |

63℃ |
145.4℉ |

64℃ |
147.2℉ |

65℃ |
149℉ |

66℃ |
150.8℉ |

67℃ |
152.6℉ |

68℃ |
154.4℉ |

69℃ |
156.2℉ |

70℃ |
158℉ |

71℃ |
159.8℉ |

72℃ |
161.6℉ |

73℃ |
163.4℉ |

74℃ |
165.2℉ |

75℃ |
167℉ |

76℃ |
168.8℉ |

77℃ |
170.6℉ |

78℃ |
172.4℉ |

79℃ |
174.2℉ |

80℃ |
176℉ |

81℃ |
177.8℉ |

82℃ |
179.6℉ |

83℃ |
181.4℉ |

84℃ |
183.2℉ |

85℃ |
185℉ |

86℃ |
186.8℉ |

87℃ |
188.6℉ |

88℃ |
190.4℉ |

89℃ |
192.2℉ |

90℃ |
194℉ |

91℃ |
195.8℉ |

92℃ |
197.6℉ |

93℃ |
199.4℉ |

94℃ |
201.2℉ |

95℃ |
203℉ |

96℃ |
204.8℉ |

97℃ |
206.6℉ |

98℃ |
208.4℉ |

99℃ |
210.2℉ |

100℃ |
212℉ |

For weather temperatures you can make a rough conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit by doubling the figure and adding 30.

Absolute Zero |
-273.15℃ |
-459.67℉ |

Parity |
-40.00℃ |
-40℉ |

Freezing point |
0℃ |
32℉ |

Body Temperature |
37℃ |
98.6℉ |

Boiling point |
100℃ |
212℉ |

Although initially defined by the freezing point of water (and later the melting point of ice), the Celsius scale is now officially a derived scale, defined in relation to the Kelvin temperature scale.

Zero on the Celsius scale (0℃) is now defined as the equivalent to 273.15K, with a temperature difference of 1 deg C equivalent to a difference of 1K, meaning the unit size in each scale is the same. This means that 100℃, previously defined as the boiling point of water, is now defined as the equivalent to 373.15K.

The Celsius scale is an interval system but not a ratio system, meaning it follows a relative scale but not an absolute scale. This can be seen because the temperature interval between 20℃ and 30℃ is the same as between 30℃ and 40℃, but 40℃ does not have twice the air heat energy of 20℃.

A temperature difference of 1 deg C is the equivalent of a temperature difference 1.8°F.

Fahrenheit is a thermodynamic temperature scale, where the freezing point of water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit (℉) and the boiling point 212℉ (at standard atmospheric pressure). This puts the boiling and freezing points of water exactly 180 degrees apart. Therefore, a degree on the Fahrenheit scale is 1/180 of the interval between the freezing point and the boiling point of water. Absolute zero is defined as -459.67℉.

A temperature difference of 1℉ is the equivalent of a temperature difference 0.556℃.