One place to find a height and weight chart for women is on Rush University Medical Center's official website, Rush.edu. The chart shows weights for heights ranging from 4 foot 10 inches to 6 foot 4 inches, with ranges included for normal, overweight and obese weight levels.
According to the chart, a woman who stands 5 foot 4 inches tall and falls within 110 to 144 pounds is considered normal, while women of this height weighting 145 to 173 pounds is overweight and women from 174 to 227 pounds is obese. Similarly, a woman who stands 5 foot 10 inches tall and weighs 132 to 173 pounds is within a normal weight range, while women weighing 174 pounds to 208 pounds is overweight and women from 209 pounds to 271 pounds are obese.
The site also provides a special tool for calculating body mass index based on height and weight. Although body mass index is not completely accurate, it is a good way to estimate body composition. Body mass index measures the amount of fat, muscle and bone that comprises the body. Those with body mass indexes greater than 24.9 are generally overweight. People with a body mass index of 40 or more are classified as morbidly obese, according to Rush University Medical Center.