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Barometric Pressure in Victoria, HK


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The pressure in Victoria, Hong Kong Hong Kong is predicted to rapidly rise over the next few hours, with an average pressure of 1017.8 hPa today, which is considered normal.


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

The daily total fluctuation in pressure in Victoria is 4.1 hPa, with a low of 1015.8 hPa and a high of 1019.9 hPa. The daily average here is higher than in most cities around the world.



In Victoria, Hong Kong, the barometric pressure experiences variations throughout the year. The city has a subtropical climate with four distinct seasons. During the summer, the barometric pressure tends to be lower, ranging between 29.8 and 30.1 inches of mercury (inHg). In contrast, during the winter months, the pressure increases, reaching around 30.1 to 30.4 inHg.

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The landscape surrounding Victoria plays a role in the atmospheric pressure. With high-rise buildings and a dense urban environment, the city experiences a phenomenon called "urban heat island effect." This effect occurs when the city's concrete and asphalt absorb more heat during the day, causing warmer temperatures and lower pressure compared to the surrounding rural areas. Therefore, Victoria may have slightly different weather patterns and lower barometric pressure as a result of its unique landscape.


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