How Can I Add a Live Weather Forecast to a PowerPoint Slide?

Want to include real-time weather updates in your PowerPoint slides? Follow this easy guide to learn how to add a live weather forecast using simple commands and techniques.

Step 1: Find a weather service with embeddable widgets.

  • Search for a weather service like OpenWeather or AccuWeather that provides embeddable weather widgets.
  • Create an account if needed and look for the option to generate an embed code.

Step 2: Generate the embed code for the weather widget.

  • Customize the widget with your preferred location, temperature units, and layout.
  • Copy the provided HTML code for the widget.

Step 3: Insert a web browser object in PowerPoint.

  • Open PowerPoint and go to the slide where you want to add the live weather forecast.
  • Click on “Insert” > “Object” > “Web Browser.”

Step 4: Embed the weather widget into the web browser object.

  • Right-click on the web browser object and select “Edit” or “Web Browser Object Properties.”
  • Paste the embed code in the “Address” or “Website” field.
  • Adjust the size and position of the web browser object.

Step 5: Test the live weather forecast.

  • Enter Slide Show mode to view the live weather forecast on your slide.

Step 6: Customize the widget’s appearance (optional).

  • Customize the colors, font styles, or layout of the widget on the weather service’s website.
  • Generate a new embed code and replace the previous code in PowerPoint.

Step 7: Save and present your PowerPoint slide.

  • Save your PowerPoint presentation.
  • When ready to present, enter Slide Show mode and navigate to the slide with the live weather forecast.


By following these simple steps, you can easily add a live weather forecast to your PowerPoint slides. Keep your audience engaged with real-time weather updates that seamlessly integrate into your presentations.

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