Skip to main content

How to show or hide the Weather Bar above Outlook calendars?

Author: Kelly Last Modified: 2017-01-16

Normally, you can view the weather forecast in the Weather Bar above calendars in Outlook 2013 or later versions. For example, for the purpose of viewing more calendar content, you may want to hide the Weather Bar, but how? This article is talking about the tutorial about showing or hiding the Weather Bar above Outlook calendars.

Show or hide the Weather Bar above Outlook calendars

Office Tab - Enable Tabbed Editing and Browsing in Microsoft Office, Making Work a Breeze
Unlock Kutools for Outlook's free version now and enjoy over 70 features with unlimited access forever
Boost your Outlook 2021 - 2010 or Outlook 365 with these advanced features. Enjoy 70+ powerful features and elevate your email experience!

arrow blue right bubbleShow or hide the Weather Bar above Outlook calendars

To show or hide the Weather Bar above calendars in Outlook, please do as follows:
1. Click File > Options to open the Outlook Options dialog box.
2. In the Outlook Options dialog box, click Calendar in the left bar, go to the Weather section, and then uncheck the Show Weather on the calendar option to hide the weather bar. See screenshot:

Note: To show the Weather Bar above calendars, please check the Show weather on the calendar option.

3. Click the OK button.

So far, you have shown or hidden the Weather Bar above calendars in Outlook already.

(1) The Weather Bar is a new feature since Outlook 2013.
(2) The Weather Bar only shows in Calendar view or Preview view, and you can enable the views by clicking View > Change View > Calendar or Preview in a calendar folder.

arrow blue right bubbleRelated Articles

Best Office Productivity Tools

Breaking News: Kutools for Outlook Launches Free Version!

Experience the all-new Kutools for Outlook FREE version with 70+ incredible features, yours to use FOREVER! Click to download now!

🤖 Kutools AI : Instant pro emails with AI magic--one-click to genius replies, perfect tone, multilingual mastery. Transform emailing effortlessly! ...

📧 Email Automation: Auto Reply (Available for POP and IMAP)  /  Schedule Send Emails  /  Auto CC/BCC by Rules When Sending Email  /  Auto Forward (Advanced Rules)   /  Auto Add Greeting   /  Automatically Split Multi-Recipient Emails into Individual Messages ...

📨 Email Management: Recall Emails  /  Block Scam Emails by Subjects and Others  /  Delete Duplicate Emails  /  Advanced Search  /  Consolidate Folders ...

📁 Attachments ProBatch Save  /  Batch Detach  /  Batch Compress  /  Auto Save   /  Auto Detach  /  Auto Compress ...

🌟 Interface Magic: 😊More Pretty and Cool Emojis   /  Remind you when important emails come  /  Minimize Outlook Instead of Closing ...

👍 One-click Wonders: Reply All with Incoming Attachments  /   Anti-Phishing Emails  /  🕘Show Sender's Time Zone ...

👩🏼‍🤝‍👩🏻 Contacts & Calendar: Batch Add Contacts From Selected Emails  /  Split a Contact Group to Individual Groups  /  Remove Birthday Reminders ...

Instantly unlock Kutools for Outlook with a single click—permanently free. Don't wait, download now and boost your efficiency!

kutools for outlook features1 kutools for outlook features2



Comments (2)
No ratings yet. Be the first to rate!
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site
There is no "Weather" section in my Outlook Options popup menu.
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site
Hi there,

If you're not seeing the "Weather" section in your Outlook Options popup menu, there could be several reasons for this:

Outlook Version: The Weather Bar feature is available in Outlook 2013 and newer versions. If you're using an older version of Outlook, this feature won't be available.
Group Policy Restrictions: If you're using Outlook in an organization, it's possible that certain features have been disabled by your IT department through Group Policy. This might include the Weather Bar.
Feature Disabled in Registry: The feature might be disabled in the Windows Registry, especially if you're on a corporate network where administrators control these settings.
Corrupted Outlook Profile: In rare cases, a corrupted Outlook profile might cause certain options to not appear as expected. Creating a new profile can sometimes resolve this issue.
Outlook Configuration: Some configurations or specific setups of Outlook might not support the Weather Bar, depending on how Outlook is set up to interact with other Microsoft Office components or internet features.

To troubleshoot, you can:

Check your Outlook version to ensure it supports the Weather Bar.
Contact your IT department if you're in an organization, to see if the feature is disabled.
Try creating a new Outlook profile to see if the issue persists.

There are no comments posted here yet
Leave your comments
Posting as Guest
Rate this post:
0   Characters
Suggested Locations