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Barometric Pressure in Florence, Arizona, US

Pressure

0000 hPa
00.00 inHg

Temperature

00.0 ℃
0.00 ℉

Wind

00.0 m/s
00.0 mph

Humidity

00.0%
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The pressure in Florence, United States United States is predicted to rapidly rise over the next few hours, with an average pressure of 1009.2 hPa today, which is considered normal.

 

Weather prediction: Expect shortly fair weather and gale or storm winds

The daily total fluctuation in pressure in Florence is 6.7 hPa, with a low of 1005.8 hPa and a high of 1012.5 hPa. The daily average here is lower than in most cities around the world.

Forecast

 

The average barometric pressure in Florence, Arizona is 30.12 inches. This is slightly lower than the national average.

Barometric pressure

Florence is located in the Sonoran Desert. The city is surrounded by mountains to the east and south. These mountains affect the atmospheric pressure. They block or redirect air masses.

The blocked air masses can cause high pressure systems to develop. These systems bring clear skies and warm temperatures. The redirected air masses can cause low pressure systems to develop. These systems bring storms and cooler temperatures.

The valley surrounding Florence traps heat. This heat can rise and create low pressure areas. These areas can draw in moist air from the Gulf of California. Moist air brings thunderstorms and heavy rainfall.

Summer months experience high pressure systems. These systems bring very hot temperatures and dry air. Winter months experience low pressure systems. These systems bring cooler temperatures and occasional rainfall.

Disclaimer

* The barometric pressure information for Florence, Arizona, 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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