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Barometric Pressure in Port Macquarie, AU

Pressure

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Temperature

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Weather now

The pressure in Port Macquarie, Australia Australia is predicted to steady rise over the next few hours, with an average pressure of 1011.5 hPa today, which is considered normal.

 

Weather prediction: Continued current weather

The daily total fluctuation in pressure in Port Macquarie is 5.6 hPa, with a low of 1009 hPa and a high of 1014.6 hPa. The daily average here is higher than in most cities around the world.

Forecast

 

In Port Macquarie, Australia, the barometric pressure varies throughout the year. During the summer months of December to February, the barometric pressure tends to be higher, indicating fair and sunny weather. In contrast, during the winter months of June to August, the pressure decreases, often leading to cloudier and wetter conditions.

Barometric pressure

The landscape around Port Macquarie greatly influences the atmospheric pressure. With the town nestled between the Great Dividing Range and the Pacific Ocean, the topography contributes to the creation of unique weather patterns. As the ocean and mountains interact, the air masses are affected, resulting in changes in barometric pressure. This dynamic interplay between land and water influences the weather experienced in Port Macquarie throughout the year.

UV Forecast

The temperature in Port Macquarie today is going to be up to 29℃ (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 Port Macquarie.

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