meteorology and weather.
In high pressure the air presses down with more force than usual. This usually means air is sinking. High pressure systems typically bring calm, clear weather.
In low pressure air presses down with less force than usual. This most often indicates rising air. Low pressure systems often bring cloudy or stormy weather.
A fluid will move from high pressure to low pressure.
It goes from high pressure to low pressure.
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Air moves from high pressure to low pressure. This is like a balloon when you release the air. The air moves from the balloon (high pressure) to the outside (low pressure).
Low Pressure Low pressure is high altitude.
Low pressure - cyclone High pressure - anticyclone
Air move from hiehg pressure to low pressure.
from high to low pressure
lpg is high pressure.
thunderstorms occur in low pressure
Hurricanes are low pressure systems.
A tornado has intense low pressure.
It is low pressure
yes, anticyclones are high density and high pressure and cyclones are low density and low pressure
Air flows from high pressure to low pressure, yes.
It is different because low pressure is on top of high pressure because since on top of low pressure nothing is on top.
Low and high pressure systems. Obviously if you have a Low pressure system the barometric pressure will get low. High pressure causes the barometric pressure to rise.
high pressure is a BLUE H and low pressure is a RED L on the map
A high pressure systems has a high pressure center.