Weather is an important aspect of Pokemon Sword and Shield. Weather influences certain Pokemon in the game to appear in the overworld. Apart from the habitat location of such Pokemon, the weather also plays an important role in the spawning of these Pokemon. Hence, it is vital that you do not miss the weather in order to catch a particular Pokemon.
In this guide today, we’ll take you through the precise steps that you need to apply to change the weather in Pokemon Sword and Shield DLC. So if you’ve missed certain weather in the game, you can always choose to change the weather to your choice. We’ve also included the weather pattern of the Isle of Armor DLC and the base game for your reference. So without any further ado, let’s look at how to change the weather in Pokemon Sword and Shield Isle of Armor.
How to change the weather in Pokemon Sword and Shield Isle of Armor
- To start with, go to the home screen on your Nintendo Switch
- Starting from the Home Screen, head straight into the System Settings of your Nintendo Switch
- From there, scroll down and go to the System tab
- In the System section, choose the Date and Time option
- Once you’re inside the setting of Date and Time, simply choose any date depending on what weather you need in the game. You can refer to the Weather Pattern pattern given below to choose accordingly.
Weather Pattern in Pokemon Sword and Shield Isle of Armor
- January 15th – Foggy climate
- February 15th – Cloudy skies
- March 15th – Clear skies
- April 15th – Rainy weather
- May 15th – Intense sun
- June 15th – Rainy weather
- July 15th – Thunderstorms
- August 15th – Thunderstorms
- September 15th – Clear skies
- October 15th – Foggy climate
- November 15th – Clear skies
- December 15th – Intense sun
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Now that we know how to change the weather in Pokemon Sword and Shield Isle of Armor and its weather pattern, all that is left now is to apply the steps. However, if you’re looking for Sandstorms, then you should know that this weather condition occurs randomly in wild areas except for the ocean. If you looking for the weather patterns in the base Pokemon Sword and Shield game, then simply change the date of the 15th of every month to the 1st of every month. With that, we hope reading the guide above has brought some valuable information and help to you. Please let us know by commenting down below if you have any further queries regarding the same.