What's your top BARO?
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    Question What's your top BARO?

    Mine was 1035 hPa just a few days ago. The day didn't seem special in any way, pretty sunny, cool-ish (normal for March in Poland), no winds, no sudden changes in the weather. About 100 m of elevation.
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    Re: What's your top BARO?

    The seriously interesting question is "What is your LOW Baro?" From a weather and hurricane perspective.
    Anything below 970 mb is seriously low.
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    Re: What's your top BARO?

    The even more interesting question is at what altitude since Casio's can't display SLP.

    This was the lowest I have seen, about two years ago during a stormfront @ 114m above SLP:



    And at SLP:




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    Re: What's your top BARO?

    It depends on your altitude. Where I am (around 550-580m above sea level/just under 2,000ft), normal days are between 940-950hPa (27.75-28 inHg). Anything around 930 or so (low 27 inHg) and the weather will get tricky.

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