Cities with the Highest Average Pressure Today
The following list ranks our tracked cities by the highest average barometric pressure today. This is determined by taking the average of all the pressure readings forecasted for each hour within the 24-hour period starting and ending at midnight, UTC−08:00 (Pacific Standard Time) in each city. Cities with slightly more consistently high pressure tend to be situated near the horse latitudes, which are 30 degrees north and south of the equator, or one-third the distance between the equator and the poles. Some examples of these cities are Austin, Cairo, Durban, and Perth. Within a daily forecast, these patterns may not be perceptible.
Adjusted to sea level, barometric pressures over 30.2 inHg are considered to be high and pressures above 30.5 inHg are considered to be very high.
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