What Is Today's Barometric Pressure?

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The air exerts a pressure on everything within and around it and this pressure is a force exerted on a surface per unit area, and is measured in Pascals (Pa). Atmospheric pressure is measured by a barometer and this value will vary from time to time as well as from place to place. In order to get the barometer readings of different places in the world, visit this site: >.
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This depends on where you are. At 2:10 AM on the 30th of July it was 1014 hPa in Shrewsbury< UK.
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Not sure that is a valid question. It would be more appropriate to ask for the pressure at a specific time and place. Barometric pressure is constantly changing and differs with distance
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The pull of the air on Earth’s gravitational field is known as barometric pressure. Also known as atmospheric pressure, barometric pressure was discovered in the 17th century.
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Standard sea-level pressure, by definition, equals 1 atmosphere
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The air exerts a pressure on everything within and around it and this pressure is defined as a force exerted on a surface per unit area, and is measured in Pascals (Pa). Atmospheric pressure is measured by a barometer and this value will vary from time to time as well as from place to place.
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