Celsius readings are mostly used in scientific applications and is the most widely used temperature scale throughout the world.
The United States and a few territories still use the Fahrenheit scale. Nearly all countries switched over to Celsius in the 1970s as a move to standardize metric measurement systems. Canadian media will often report temperatures in both Fahrenheit and Celsius, particularly in areas close to the border with the United States.
While non-scientists in the United States still favor the Fahrenheit scale, American scientists use the Celsius scale as they need to share data with scientists around the globe.
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