How is air temputure related to high and low pressure air?
Answer because the scientific law discovered by newton in 1864 that he wrote down in his book of records the force of gravity which equaled the exponent of the area divided b…y force would mass out and degoogleplexed the air molecules which eventually pulls down the high pressure into the tropespheric pressure. Answer Because we live on earth and the pressure is low when you're in the atmosphere the pressure builds and the more pressure the less air.
The poles have a high pressure. I know it has a high pressure but not exactly why. I think because of the sinking air, the air that got cold. You should know the cells etc. BU…T IT's HIGH PRESSURE. IMPROVE: It has to do with the prevailing winds and atmospheric shiftings. I hope you've heard of prevailing winds. They're the winds that blow constantly in one direction over the entire globe. It's just like how people say that the smoke factories in Ohio are blown north eastwards towards New York. There's a global movement of air that separated into three different cells per North/South hemisphere. Anyway, the poles have their own prevailing winds cell, and blow westwards, called the polar easterlies. A cell is a continuous circular system of wind, meaning air is blown across the ground, then it rises, goes back over, and is blown across ground again. Air in the 60* latitude rises, moves back towards the poles, then sinks again, which causes all the high pressure. This continuous high pressure also causes the lots of dry air that blows down from the north, as well as the generally sunny (or cloudless, if it's nighttime) skies found in the poles.
Hurricanes are intense low pressure systems.
Cold air has a high pressure because it is heavier than warm air.
Air pressure (in weather systems) does not migrate as such. Air pressure is a product of metrological conditions in the same way as an eddy in a stream is a product of the riv…er flowing downstream.. In an engineering and scientific sense, nature abhors a vacuum so air will always flow from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure unless restricted by external or internal influences.
in the mesoshere air pessure is low very low The pressure in the mesoshere is from 1/1000 to 1/100,000th what you'd experience at sea level.
yes it can eg the higher you go the stronger the air pressure gets . that why when your in an airoplane sometimes your eardrums pop because the pressur is changing and your bo…dy is not used to it. it can also get so low that u explode from the inside eg in space.
Depending on which part of course, as it is a huge state, but there is a semipermanent low pressure in the Gulf of Alaska (Aleutian Low).
Considering a tsunami is a never ending wall of water and debris that crush everything in their path, I would say they were high pressure, but that is water, not air pressure.…
No, it is the opposite. Think of a low-pressure pocket as a vacuum cleaner: it is creating a vacuum, thereby sucking in the outside (higher pressure) air. Therefore, the flow …is from high pressure to low pressure.
barometer i think
because air pressure is high
because air temperature is the same as low air pressure
it depends on the height B.Cool air near the surface forms high-pressure areas,warm air forms low-pressure areas. K12 FOR LIFE