Alt Code Shortcuts for Weather Symbols

The default unicode conversion system contains all weather symbols under miscellaneous symbols. These symbols include moon, sun, rain, stars, etc. and can be inserted using alt code shortcuts. We have added some more relevant symbols and created a complete list of alt code shortcuts for weather symbols. You can insert these weather symbols in Windows based Word/Excel/PowerPoint documents and in Mac based Pages/Keynote documents.

Alt Code Shortcuts for Weather Symbols

Alt + KeyAlt + XSymbolSymbol Description
Alt + 017600B0°Degree Symbol
Alt + 84512103Degree Celsius
Alt + 84572109Degree Fahrenheit
Alt + 97282600Dark Sun
Alt + 97292601Cloud
Alt + 97302602Open Umbrella
Alt + 97312603Snowman Indicating Snowy Weather
Alt + 97322604Comet
Alt + 97332605Black Star
Alt + 97342606White Star
Alt + 97352607Lightening
Alt + 97362608Thunder Strom
Alt + 97372609Sun Symbol
Alt + 9788263CLight Sun
Alt + 9789263DFirst Quarter Moon
Alt + 9790263ELast Quarter Moon
Alt + 992426C4Snowman Indicating Light Snow
Alt + 992526C5Sun Behind The Cloud
Alt + 100522744Light Snowflake
Alt + 100532745Tight Trifoliate Snowflake
Alt + 100542746Heavy Snowflake
Alt + 1277441F300🌀Cyclone
Alt + 1277451F301🌁Foggy
Alt + 1277461F302🌂Closed Umbrella
Alt + 1277471F303🌃Night With Stars
Alt + 1277481F304🌄Sunrise Over Mountains
Alt + 1277491F305🌅Sunrise
Alt + 1277501F306🌆Cityscape At Dusk
Alt + 1277511F307🌇Sunset Over Buildings
Alt + 1277521F308🌈Rainbow
Alt + 1277531F309🌉Bridge At Night
Alt + 1277541F30A🌊Water Wave
Alt + 1277551F30B🌋Volcano
Alt + 1277561F30C🌌Milky Way
Alt + 1277571F30D🌍Earth Showing Africa
Alt + 1277581F30E🌎Earth Showing Americas
Alt + 1277591F30F🌏Earth Globe Asia-Australia
Alt + 1277601F310🌐Globe with Meridians
Alt + 1277611F311🌑New Moon Symbol
Alt + 1277621F312🌒Waxing Crescent Moon
Alt + 1277631F313🌓First Quarter Moon Symbol
Alt + 1277641F314🌔Waxing Gibbous Moon
Alt + 1277651F315🌕Full Moon
Alt + 1277661F316🌖Waning Gibbous Moon
Alt + 1277671F317🌗Last Quarter Moon
Alt + 1277681F318🌘Waning Crescent Moon
Alt + 1277691F319🌙Crescent Moon
Alt + 1277701F31A🌚New Moon with Face
Alt + 1277711F31B🌛First Quarter Moon With Face
Alt + 1277721F31C🌜Last Quarter Moon with Face
Alt + 1277731F31D🌝Full Moon with Face
Alt + 1277741F31E🌞Glowing Sun Face
Alt + 1277751F31F🌟Glowing Star
Alt + 1277761F320🌠Shooting Star
Alt + 1277771F321🌡Thermometer
Alt + 1277781F322🌢Rain Droplet
Alt + 1277801F324🌤Mostly Sunny Forecast
Alt + 1277811F325🌥Mostly Cloudy Forecast
Alt + 1277821F326🌦Showers Forecast
Alt + 1277831F327🌧Rain Forecast
Alt + 1277841F328🌨Drizzling or Snow Shower
Alt + 1277851F329🌩Thunderstorm or Lightning
Alt + 1277861F32A🌪Tornado
Alt + 1277871F32B🌫Fog
Alt + 1277881F32C🌬Blowing Wind
Alt + 1281661F4A6💦Splashing Sweat Symbol
Alt + 1281671F4A7💧Droplet
Alt + 1281681F4A8💨Blowing Wind
Alt + 1282931F525🔥Fire

Inserting on Windows

Using Alt + Key Method

Use one of the alt keys and type the decimal number code in the first column of the below table. Ensure to use the numeric pad on your keyboard for entering the numbers. For example, hold Alt key and then type 9770 keys on the numeric pad. It should produce the open umbrella symbol like ☂. This method will work on all Windows based Office documents.

Using Alt + X Method

Enter the hexadecimal code values in the second column of the below table and then press and hold alt key and letter x. For example, type 2746 keys and hold Alt and press X keys to produce heavy snowflake symbol like ❆. This method will only work on Microsoft Word.

Using Character Map and Symbol Utility

On Microsoft Office documents like Word, PowerPoint and Excel, you can go to “Insert > Symbols > More Symbols” menu to open the “Symbol” utility. You can search and insert weather symbols under Windings/Symbol fonts.

Alternatively, you can use Windows Search box and open Character Map app. Search for relevant symbols and insert on your document. This is an independent app you can use to copy / paste symbols on any Windows documents.

Using Emoji Keyboard

On Windows 10, open emoji keyboard by pressing the shortcut keys “Win + .” or “Win + ;”. You can type the keyword like “rain” to filter and insert weather emoji symbols.

Weather Emoji Symbols in Windows 10
Weather Emoji Symbols in Windows 10

Inserting on Mac

Using Option Code in Mac

On Mac, you can use the four digit hexadecimal codes with one of the alt/option keys to insert weather symbols. For example, option + 2602 will produce an open umbrella symbol like . You should toggle the input method to Unicode Hex Input for this method to work.

Using Emoji Keyboard in Mac

Similar Windows 10 emoji keyboard, Mac has a Character Viewer app. You can either access it through menu “Edit > Emoji & Symbols” or by pressing the shortcut keys “Control + Command + Space”. Navigate to “Emoji > Animals & Nature” category. Scroll down and find all weather related symbols like below.

Weather Emoji Symbols in Mac
Weather Emoji Symbols in Mac

Displaying and Customizing the Symbols

Remember the symbols you see on the above table will be different when you see them on the office documents. Because the browser displays the symbols differently than the offline applications. In addition, the symbols may vary on the operating systems like Windows 7, 8 or 10, macOS and the font type you are using on the document.

If you don’t see the symbol on your document, the best way is to copy paste and check the font. Generally on Windows the font for symbols is Windings and on Mac it should be Symbol font. Then you can set the required font for inserting further symbols. After inserting weather symbols, you can easily customize by applying different colors and increase or decrease the size. Below is the examples of some symbols with different background and sizes.

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Character Viewer app on Mac by default offers multiple font variations for some symbols like snowman with flakes. However, there will be no font variations for most of the solid emoji symbols.

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Alt Code for Weather Symbols

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