Cities with Most Stable Barometric Pressure Today

The following cities are experiencing the smallest range in barometric pressure today among our tracked cities. This is determined by finding the narrowest range between the highest and lowest pressures during the 24-hour period starting and ending at midnight, UTC−08:00 (Pacific Standard Time) in each city.

#CityRangeHigh TimeLow TimeRate
1Reykjavik, Iceland0.06 inHg11 pm8 am0.004 inHg/hr
2Leeds, United Kingdom0.07 inHg9 pm7 am tomorrow-0.007 inHg/hr
3Copenhagen, Denmark0.07 inHg8 pm8 am0.006 inHg/hr
4Berlin, Germany0.08 inHg7 am tomorrow4 pm0.005 inHg/hr
5Amsterdam, The Netherlands0.08 inHg7 am tomorrow9 am0.004 inHg/hr
6Cankurtaran Mahallesi, Turkey0.09 inHg6 am tomorrow1 am tomorrow0.018 inHg/hr
7Hamburg, Germany0.09 inHg7 am tomorrow4 pm0.006 inHg/hr
8Manchester, United Kingdom0.09 inHg8 am7 am tomorrow-0.004 inHg/hr
9Calgary, Canada0.09 inHg7 am tomorrow7 pm0.007 inHg/hr
10Saint Petersburg, Russia0.09 inHg7 am tomorrow8 am0.004 inHg/hr
11City of Brussels, Belgium0.09 inHg9 pm4 pm0.018 inHg/hr
12Birmingham, United Kingdom0.1 inHg8 am7 am tomorrow-0.004 inHg/hr
13Minsk, Belarus0.1 inHg7 am tomorrow4 pm0.007 inHg/hr
14Dublin, Ireland0.11 inHg8 am7 am tomorrow-0.005 inHg/hr
15Zurich, Switzerland0.11 inHg8 am3 pm-0.016 inHg/hr
16Kazan, Russia0.11 inHg4 am tomorrow2 pm0.008 inHg/hr
17London, United Kingdom0.11 inHg8 am7 am tomorrow-0.005 inHg/hr
18Moscow, Russia0.11 inHg7 am tomorrow12 pm0.006 inHg/hr
19Glasgow, United Kingdom0.11 inHg8 am5 am tomorrow-0.005 inHg/hr
20Rome, Italy0.11 inHg9 am4 pm-0.016 inHg/hr

Just because the cities listed here are experiencing the most stable pressure today does not mean they will always be the most stable throughout the year of even from day to day. For example, an arctic city like Anchorage, Alaska might have extremely stable pressure for a day when it is at the top of a pressure swing but generally has a very wide range in pressure over the course of days. Generally speaking, here are some predictors of stable pressure:

  • Latitude: Cities near the equator often have more stable barometric pressures than those near the poles.
  • Climate: Cities with less varied climates, often those without extreme seasons, may have narrower ranges of barometric pressure.
  • Proximity to Water Bodies: Coastal cities tend to have more stable pressures than inland ones.

To folks who experience migraines, joint pain, or other physical conditions that are sensitive to pressure changes, stable barometric pressure is often the most favorable pressure pattern.