You can find your city ID at OpenWeatherMap.org. If you leave city ID text box blank, it will default to Houston, TX (`4699066`

).

Example City IDs:

Albuquerque, NM, US: `5454711`

Miami, FL, US: `4164138`

Yellowknife, Canada: `6185377`

Berlin, Germany: `2950159`

Buenos Aires, Argentina: `3435910`

Zip code look-ups are working again.

The widget now supports the Rankine, Delisle, Newton, Réaumur, and Rømer temperature scales.

The Berka temperature scale has 200 degrees from the freezing point of water (-45 °B) to the boiling point of water (155 °B). The scale is adjusted so that 0 °B is exactly 22.5 °C or exactly 72.5 °F, which is approximately room temperature.

The following formulas are used to convert from Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin to Berka:

`°B = (°C × 2) - 45`

°B = [(°F - 32) × 10/9] - 45

°B = [(K - 273.15) × 2] - 45

The following formulas are used to convert from Berka to Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin:

`°C = (°B + 45) × 1/2`

°F = [(°B + 45) × 9/10] + 32

K = [(°B + 45) × 1/2] + 273.15