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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High barometric pressure is associated with calm weather, whereas low pressure usually brings stormy weather. As air cools, the molecules pack together, making it denser and thus
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At the moment it is diferent all over the UK in Portland Dorset it 999hPa . If you would like to see for your self go on to Shiping forcast or Met office marine observations.
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Standard sea-level pressure, by definition, equals 1 atmosphere
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About 19 psi, 1.3 times that of Earth.
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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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