Generally good weather
A high pressure system always bodes fair weather.
low pressure system
high pressure=sunny;good weather
a high pressure system
in the U.S.A. what type high or low pressure system is associated with the most stable weather?
A high pressure system means sunny and fair weather. A low pressure system means precipitation
High pressure usually generates stable, calm 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.
High pressure systems.
A High Pressure system, which rotates clockwise in the northern hemisphere.
You expect calm weather with few or no clouds.
High Pressure Systems
high pressure system
Low pressure system
Low pressure system, very low! Low pressure=air coming inward=lifting of air=bad weather/instability...
High Pressure Areas or High Pressure Systems, don't allow clouds to form. So in this type of system, you can get great weather!
How would weather conditions in an area change if a high pressure system replaced a low pressure
High Pressure Systems keep clouds from forming, and prevents precipitation. So it would bring sunny weather.
This is nearly always a signal of a storm. Very strong sudden drops can indicate hurricanes and other severe weather.
storms, hurricanes, rain, wind
Stationary high-pressure cells
Low pressure areas are usually associated with wet weather.
Very nice weather. Highs don't like to let clouds form, nonetheless rain or thunderstorms.
A Low Pressure System allows clouds to form. It is possible that the clouds can stick around for several days in this type of system.
Rain can occur
A drop in atmospheric pressure.
usually during cold weather
clear skies and warmer weather
cloudy weather. very humid.
A hurricane is a type of tropical cyclone ,which is a generic term for a low pressure system that generally forms in the tropics. A hurricane is an intense, rotating oceanic weather system.
A tornado produces low pressure, but it is not a pressure system in and of itself.
High pressure occurs at the poles.
An anticyclone is a high pressure system, which means it is characterized by subsiding air which causes relatively calm winds and clear skies.
tornadoes rain sun etc
Climate is the answer
If air pressure is rising (called a "rising barometer") it indicates fair weather coming.
It changes the type of weather fronts will occur and the low/high pressure areas.