The pressure in Columbus, United States is predicted to quickly drop over the next few hours, with an average pressure of 1009.5 hPa today, which is considered normal.
Weather prediction: Expect gale force weather
The daily total fluctuation in pressure in Columbus is 15.6 hPa, with a low of 1000.6 hPa and a high of 1016.2 hPa. The daily average here is higher than in most cities around the world.
Columbus, located in the heart of Ohio, experiences variations in barometric pressure throughout the year. In the spring and summer, the barometric pressure tends to be lower, around 29.8 to 30.2 inches of mercury (inHg), while in the fall and winter, it typically rises to around 30.2 to 30.6 inHg. These changes in pressure are associated with the transition between seasons.
Columbus has a relatively flat landscape, which can impact the atmospheric pressure. The lack of significant geographical features like mountains or coastlines means that there are fewer variations in air pressure caused by elevation changes. As a result, the pressure changes in Columbus are mainly influenced by broader weather systems as they move across the region. This generally leads to a more stable atmosphere, with less dramatic shifts in barometric pressure compared to areas with more varied topography.