SIR , PLEASE TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LOW PRESSURE AND HIGH PRESSURE AREA ? AND 
EXPLAIN LOW PRESSURE AND HIGH PRESSURE AREA IN BOTH DETAIL AND IN BRIEF

Asked by Rupali | 2nd Sep, 2015, 07:08: PM

Expert Answer:

Low pressure area:
A low pressure area is created when the air pressure in that area drops below the regular atmospheric pressure.
Air flows into this area.
When air flows into the area it has no place to go, so it rises up. As it rises, it cools down and forms clouds leading to stormy weather.
 
High pressure area:
A high pressure area is created when the air pressure in that area rises above the regular atmospheric pressure.
Air flows out of this area.
When air flows out of this area, new air from above has to take its place. As air descends, it heats up leading to slightly hot weather.

Answered by Romal Bhansali | 3rd Sep, 2015, 02:49: PM