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Barometric Pressure in Charleston, West Virginia, US

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Temperature

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Humidity

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The pressure in Charleston, United States United States is predicted to slowly rise over the next few hours, with an average pressure of 1012.7 hPa today, which is considered normal.

 

Weather prediction: Expect more fair, dry, cool weather

The daily total fluctuation in pressure in Charleston is 4.2 hPa, with a low of 1010.3 hPa and a high of 1014.5 hPa. The daily average here is lower than in most cities around the world.

Forecast

 

The average barometric pressure in Charleston, West Virginia is 30.12 inches. This is slightly lower than the national average. The pressure varies throughout the year. In summer, it is around 30.05 inches. In winter, it is around 30.20 inches.

Barometric pressure

Charleston is situated in a valley surrounded by mountains. The Appalachian Mountains are to the east and south. The Kanawha River flows through the city. The surrounding mountains and river help create a microclimate. This microclimate affects the atmospheric pressure in the area.

The mountains block cold air masses from Canada. They also force warm air from the Gulf of Mexico to rise. As the air rises, it cools and condenses. This creates precipitation and changes in pressure.

The valley's shape and the river's presence also influence the pressure. They create channels for air to move through. This leads to winds that can bring changes in pressure. The unique landscape around Charleston affects the local weather patterns and atmospheric pressure.

Disclaimer

* The barometric pressure information for Charleston, West Virginia, United States on this page is for educational purposes only. We are not responsible for its accuracy or reliability. This information is not medical advice. Consult a health professional for medical concerns and do not rely on this site for medical decisions.
 
 
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