Low pressure systems bring rain and high pressure systems are ussualy windy or sunny.
A high pressure system means sunny and fair weather.A low pressure system means precipitation
High Pressure Systems keep clouds from forming, and prevents precipitation. So it would bring sunny weather.
High pressure usually generates stable, calm weather.
Low pressure system
A high pressure system always bodes fair weather.
high pressure=sunny;good weather
in the U.S.A. what type high or low pressure system is associated with the most stable weather?
Generally good weather
High Pressure Areas or High Pressure Systems, don't allow clouds to form. So in this type of system, you can get great weather!
High Pressure, in this case we are talking about a High Pressure System. A High Pressure System doesn't allow clouds to form, which means you can get great weather from this type of system.
clear skies and warmer weather
cloudy weather. very humid.
High pressure systems.
High winds and cold weather, sometimes freezing
The origin of a high pressure zone will determine the type of weather to come. If a high pressure zone moves in from the south, the weather is usually warm and clear in the summer. However, a high pressure zone originating from the north will usually bring cold weather in the winter months. Cooler air is dense and has more air molecules per unit of volume making it exert more pressure on the surface of Earth. Therefore, the weather in a high pressure zone is generally fair and cool. An approaching high pressure zone doesn't cause the stormy weather associated with low pressure zones. Related link will give you more information.
a high pressure system
You get no precipitation from cirrus clouds, they are too thin and too high. Hence, the weather they bring is dry.
It changes the type of weather fronts will occur and the low/high pressure areas.
You expect calm weather with few or no clouds.
Usually a high-pressure area brings sunny weather.