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Barometric Pressure in Winterthur, CH


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The pressure in Winterthur, Switzerland Switzerland is predicted to quickly rise over the next few hours, with an average pressure of 1022.1 hPa today, which is considered normal.


Weather prediction: Expect more dry and cold weather and a strong breeze to gale winds

The daily total fluctuation in pressure in Winterthur is 3.2 hPa, with a low of 1020.2 hPa and a high of 1023.4 hPa. The daily average here is higher than in most cities around the world.



The barometric pressure in Winterthur, Switzerland experiences typical variations throughout the seasons. In general, during the winter months, the barometric pressure tends to be higher, while in the summer, it tends to be lower. This shift in pressure is influenced by the changing atmospheric conditions and weather patterns that accompany each season.

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The landscape around Winterthur, surrounded by rolling hills, valleys, and the Swiss Plateau, plays a role in the atmospheric pressure. The hills and mountains in the region can influence the movement of air masses, causing variations in pressure. Additionally, the proximity of Winterthur to Lake Zurich can also impact the local weather and barometric pressure. These natural features interact with the atmosphere, creating unique weather patterns that shape the conditions experienced in Winterthur.


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