How I can change temperature units from Fahrenheit to Celsius on the Weather scope?
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The unit of temperature in the weather scope and the weather part in the today scope is related to the language setting of your phone (System Settings - Personal: Language & Text - Display language).
There is only one issue, and this has been reported as a bug already (as pomsky pointed out in his comment), for which however a work-around is available: Up until OTA-8, choosing English-Canada gave us the chance to have the phone set to English and still showing temperatures in Celsius. Since OTA-9 this is not working anymore.
Work-around, if you want your phone to be set to English using Celsius as unit for temperature: Switch your language to English-Australia.
Go to your apps scope, click on weather, go to the gearwheel symbol in the upper right corner.
You can find the Celsius setting under 'units.