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Barometric Pressure in Mexico City, MX

Pressure

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Temperature

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Humidity

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Weather now

The pressure in Mexico City, Mexico Mexico is predicted to rapidly rise over the next few hours, with an average pressure of 1018.2 hPa today, which is considered normal.

 

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

The daily total fluctuation in pressure in Mexico City is 13.3 hPa, with a low of 1009.6 hPa and a high of 1022.9 hPa. The daily average here is higher than in most cities around the world.

Forecast

 

The barometric pressure in Mexico City tends to be high due to its elevation of about 2,240 meters (7,350 feet) above sea level. This means that the air pressure is lower compared to coastal areas. The city experiences two main seasons - dry season and rainy season. The dry season occurs from November to April, while the rainy season lasts from May to October.

Barometric pressure

The landscape surrounding Mexico City, particularly its location in a valley surrounded by mountains, impacts the atmospheric pressure. The surrounding mountains act as barriers, trapping pollutants and affecting the air quality. Additionally, the valley configuration can cause temperature inversions, trapping pollutants and causing smog. These factors contribute to the unique weather patterns and challenges faced by Mexico City.

UV Forecast

The temperature in Mexico City today is going to be up to 28.7℃ (84℉), so we advise you to use extra skin protection. You can use online tools to see the forecast and history of the UV index in Mexico City.

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