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Does warm air or cool air have high pressure? thanks

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    I cool air would have higher pressure than warm.
    Warm air is less dense than cool air &, therefore, it would have a lower pressure than cool air. Warm air also rises more quickly b/c it is less dense.

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    This site has your information.

    http://www.usatoday.com/weather/tg/whighlow/whighlow.htm

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