Weather Cheats Sims 4

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Weather Cheats Sims 4

In the Sims 4  Cheats Seasons, the weather greatly impacts your Sims' moods both in and outside the home. Blizzards, major thunderstorms, and even thundersnow can happen in-game. Each world has its own weather. During the worst parts of the winter or summer, climate control is needed. Being too hot or soaking wet can kill a Sim's mood and punish their skill gains, make friendly interactions fail more often and generally keep them down. Things can get worse, too. High temperatures with cold weather clothes on (like a sweater) can outright kill a Sim. Let's look at some of the ways to deal with the Expansion's new natural dangers.

Look to the bottom of your screen near the time controls to see the weather forecast for the present day. Near the phone, you can click the calendar to see the forecast 7 days out. I don't know yet how accurate it is, but I'm sure it's reliable more often than not. You may want to take these into consideration when planning outdoor events, or should you have a day off coming up and want to send your Sim fishing.

WEATHER FORECASTS

Look to the bottom of your screen near the time controls to see the weather forecast for the present day. Near the phone, you can click the calendar to see the forecast 7 days out. I don't know yet how accurate it is, but I'm sure it's reliable more often than not. You may want to take these into consideration when planning outdoor events, or should you have a day off coming up and want to send your Sim fishing.

WEATHER BY WORLD LIST

In this section, I'm going to make some generalizations about weather in each world in The Sims 4 that give you an idea what to expect if you move into that neighborhood. Naturally, deviations can occur but we can look at which worlds are most likely to get snow, rain, heat waves, and thunderstorms for example. All worlds can be sunny or cloudy, partly cloudy, etc. but certain weather conditions are given extra weight. Thunderstorms happen late spring to early fall (more likely), while blizzards occur late fall to late winter/early spring. All readings are taken from the middle of the season. You can expect a transition from Summer to Fall in late Summer. Less scorchers, more hot/warm weather for example. The weights shift as you get further into the season. Here is the list of seasonal weather, broken down by time of year for all worlds that were released before pre-Seasons - I may or may not update this one.

CLIMATE CONTROL, HEAT AND COLD

Sim homes need climate control. Head to buy mode and go to the kitchen tab, then click the smoke detector to go to the alarms section. You can find a small thermostat to place on the wall there. When it's hot outside, set it to cool. When it's cold, set it to warm. Simple enough ,just like you do in reality. Know that Sims can do the opposite, and make the house hotter. This will absolutely kill someone if it's hot enough outside to cross the boundary from uncomfortable to extreme risk of death by heat stroke or hypothermia. You can tell which setting the thermostat is set to by the color of the ring. Know that this increases the bills of your household by at least 10%, so turn it back to normal when your Sims can tolerate the temperature.

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