Ask Google Home to show the weather on your TV

How to ask Google Home to show the weather on your TV

Smart Displays were all the rage at CES back in January, but that doesn’t mean the biggest display in your home isn’t getting in on some of the Google Assistant love as well. Get your current weather and forecast on your TV with your Google Assistant and Chromecast or a TV with Chromecast built-in running cast version 1.28+.

You can see current and upcoming weather on your TV for any location.

How to see weather forecast on your TV

Say “Hey Google,

“Show me the weather”

“Show me the weather for tomorrow”

“Show me the weather for Saturday”

“Show me the weather this weekend”

“Show me the weather for the next 3 days”

Ask for the weather in a certain location

“Show me the weather in London”

“Show me the weather in London on Saturday”

“Show me the weather in London this weekend”

“Show me the weather in London for the next 3 days”

After a bit of a delay, an overlay card like that above will appear on top of whatever content is currently on your Chromecast while your Google Home reads the weather, as it did before. So if you’re in the middle of a day-long Netflix binge, you can check and see that the world still follows the cycles of weather without interrupting your show. The overlay shows the current weather in detail, with expected high and low temperatures, precipitation, humidity, and a further five-day forecast.

Unsupported devices: Chromecast (1st Gen) and Android TVs

4 thoughts on “Ask Google Home to show the weather on your TV

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  1. Jim Jensen Why do you have to make such comment? This post is not just for you.


    If you think infos here are irrelevant for you and you know better, go make yourself your own community.


    Sorry Deepak Ravlani , I just had to say something about trolls.

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  2. Unless you have a Chromecast 2 that command is Useless Deepak Ravlani also do your research next time.


    I can ask Google home and its much faster

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