How is temperature affected if there is a high pressure in the atmosphere?
High pressure = High temperature
The particles are far apart and moving randomly. Due to something called thermal equilibrium, an object, if left for a certain amount of time, will reach the same temperature as its surroundings. When a gas is placed in an environment that has, let's say, 1 atmosphere of pressure, it will equalize to 1 atmosphere of pressure, going from high pressure to low pressure. And the same will happen with temperature, so leave a gas in…
This could be interpretted several ways. The atmosphere is not uniform, there are areas of high and low pressure, humidity and temperature. So for hot places water vapour rises into the atmosphere, wind travels down a pressure gradient and the temperature drops causing the water vapour to condense until it is too heavy and falls down as precipitation.