High pressure area

by David Proudfoot

High pressure area – High pressure areas are generally larger and move more slowly than low pressure systems. The winds circulate around the centre in a clockwise, ‘anticyclonic’ movement. The winds are generally weaker than those around a low pressure, especially in the centre.

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