# Temperature Conversion Table - Kelvin Celsius Fahrenheit

## Look Up Temperature Conversions With This Simple Table

You probably don't have a thermometer that has Kelvin, Celsius, and Fahrenheit all listed, and even if you did, it wouldn't be helpful outside of its temperature range. What do you do when you need to convert between temperature units? You can look them up on this handy chart or you can do the math using simple weather conversion equations.

### Temperature Unit Conversion Formulas

There's no complicated math required to convert one temperature unit to another.

Simple addition and subtraction will get you through conversions between the Kelvin and Celsius temperature scales. Fahrenheit involves a bit of multiplication, but it's nothing you can't handle. Just plug in the value you know to get the answer in the desired temperature scale using the appropriate conversion formula:

Kelvin to Celsius: C = K - 273 (C = K - 273.15 if you want to be more precise)

Kelvin to Fahrenheit: F = 9/5(K - 273) + 32 or F = 1.8(K - 273) + 32

Celsius to Fahrenheit: F = 9/5(C) + 32 or F = 1.80(C) + 32

Celsius to Kelvin: K = C + 273 (or K = C + 271.15 to be more precise)

Fahrenheit to Celsius: C = (F - 32)/1.80

Fahrenheit to Kelvin: K = 5/9(F - 32) + 273.15

Remember to report Celsius and Fahrenheit values in degrees. There is no degree using the Kelvin scale.

### Temperature Conversion Table

 Kelvin Fahrenheit Celsius Significant Values 373 212 100 boiling point of water at sea level 363 194 90 353 176 80 343 158 70 333 140 60 56.7°C or 134.1°F is the hottest temperature recorded on Earth at Death Valley, California on July 10, 1913 323 122 50 313 104 40 303 86 30 293 68 20 typical room temperature 283 50 10 273 32 0 freezing point of water into ice at sea level 263 14 -10 253 -4 -20 243 -22 -30 233 -40 -40 temperature when Fahrenheit and Celsius are equal 223 -58 -50 213 -76 -60 203 -94 -70 193 -112 -80 183 -130 -90 -89°C or -129°F is the coldest temperature recorded on Earth at Vostok, Antarctica, July 1932 173 -148 -100 0 -459.67 -273.15 absolute zero

References

Ahrens (1994) Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

World: Highest Temperature, World Meteorological Organization, Arizona State University, retrieved March 25, 2016.

World: Lowest Temperature, World Meteorological Organization, ASU, retrieved March 25, 2016.