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  1. Referring to following image, the weather systems on westerlies region between 30N and 60N are move from south-west to northeast, such as New York (40°42'51"N/74°0'23"W). If southerly winds in New York is found, do you have any suggestions on whether New York tends to have lower pressure or higher pressure? Furthermore, the weather systems on NE Trade Winds region between 0N and 23.5N are move from northeast to south-west, such as Mexico (23°0'0"N/102°0'0"W). If southerly winds in Mexico is found, do you have any suggestions on whether Mexico tends to have lower pressure or higher pressure? Do you have any suggestions? Thank you very much for any suggestions :> My setting for Topics & Posts Auto follow topics I reply to. Notification frequency: Immediate I don't know why I don't reply email from your reply, Any suggestions on what wrong it is?
  2. I would like to know on any web site for barometer pressure forecast for different countries. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance for any suggestions
  3. Referring to following article, I would like to know on why south wind is always followed by low pressure. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance for any suggestions "Low pressure is often accompanied by wind and waves from the south, which push north with the Gulf Stream. The southbound sailfish are now prone to more resistance at the surface. There are no northerly swells or winds for them to use to their advantage when swimming against the Stream. During this stage, I believe the fish stay deep to conserve energy. When this occurs, my flat and deep lines get the most bites. A good example occurred recently when my co-captain, Alex Castellanos, caught five sails in calm conditions. The next day, the barometric pressure increased and the wind shifted around from the north. Alex caught and released 15 out of 16 sailfish in less than four hours!" Ref : http://www.weather.com/sports-rec/outdoor-fishing-reports/fishing-barometer-20120328