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Barometric Pressure in Turin, IT

Pressure

0000 hPa
00.00 inHg

Temperature

00.0 ℃
0.00 ℉

Wind

00.0 m/s
00.0 mph

Humidity

00.0%
Weather now

The pressure in Turin, Italy Italy is predicted to drop over the next few hours, with an average pressure of 1010.5 hPa today, which is considered normal.

 

Weather prediction: Expect wet, unsettled weather and a strong breeze

The daily total fluctuation in pressure in Turin is 17.1 hPa, with a low of 1001.1 hPa and a high of 1018.2 hPa. The daily average here is higher than in most cities around the world.

Forecast

 

In Turin, Italy, the barometric pressure tends to vary throughout the year. During the winter months, from December to February, the pressure is usually higher, indicating cold and stable conditions. In the spring and autumn, from March to May and September to November, the pressure can fluctuate, resulting in more changeable weather. Finally, in the summer, from June to August, the barometric pressure tends to be lower, signaling warm and sometimes humid conditions.

Barometric pressure

The landscape around Turin, nestled at the foot of the Alps, plays a significant role in the atmospheric pressure. The towering mountains to the west and north act as barriers, impacting weather patterns. These mountains can cause the air to rise, leading to lower pressure and potentially causing storms and precipitation. Conversely, when the air descends from the mountains, it can create a high-pressure system, bringing more stable and sunny conditions to the region. The geography of Turin contributes to the dynamic and sometimes unpredictable weather experienced in the area.

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