The pressure in Douglas, Isle of Man is predicted to slowly drop over the next few hours, with an average pressure of 997.4 hPa today, which is lower than normal.
Weather prediction: Expect more wet and unsettled conditions
The daily total fluctuation in pressure in Douglas is 22.8 hPa, with a low of 990.5 hPa and a high of 1013.3 hPa. The daily average here is lower than in most cities around the world.
Barometric pressure in Douglas, Isle of Man, varies throughout the year. In the winter months, the pressure tends to be higher, ranging between 1020-1040 millibars. During the summer, the pressure is generally lower, around 1000-1015 millibars. These pressure changes are influenced by the seasonal weather patterns, with higher pressure associated with colder months and lower pressure during warmer seasons.
The landscape around Douglas plays a significant role in the atmospheric pressure observed in the area. Surrounded by the Irish Sea and hilly terrain, Douglas experiences a maritime climate. This means that the sea and land interact, causing changes in air temperature and pressure. The sea moderates temperature fluctuations, preventing extreme variations. Additionally, the hilly terrain affects wind patterns, leading to localized pressure differences and variations in weather conditions.