station pressure

station pressure

[′stā·shən ‚presh·ər]
(meteorology)
The atmospheric pressure computed for the level of the station elevation.

station pressure

As it pertains to meteorology, it is the actual barometric pressure of the atmosphere measured at the observing station.
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station pressure reducer with external gas flushing: 2 pcs.
The month had a new record for the lowest station pressure for November which was 1005.
Pipeline monitoring station pressure often fluctuates from 25-250 psi, and temperature variation can be significant, depending on location and climate, generally 40-160[degrees]F.
The unit can either be set for station pressure or for altitude, which tracks barometric pressure.
The following meteorological variables were included in the database: surface air temperature ([degrees]C), dew point temperature ([degrees]C), relative humidity (%), wind speed (m/s), wind direction (degrees), station pressure (hPa), sea level pressure (hPa), altimeter (in Hg), incoming shortwave radiation (W/[m.
Compared to the high degree of accuracy of the measured station pressure, computing these two theoretical pressures is actually quite crude.
PRESSURE: Mean station pressure at station level and sea level in tenths of hPa.
High Malin Head also set a new March record dating back to 1885 on Monday and Met Eireann said more station pressure records were expected when weathermen checked reports from smaller stations overnight.
Removable blade sheeter/perforators * KMS pressures monitors * Screen end rings * Anvils * Support rollers * Printing cylinders * Gears Equalizer"/"Equalizer II: Patented die station pressure units for dramatically improved die life, cutting consistency and added operator safety.
The BISK station pressure sensor performs poorly--the bias (almost 50 hPa) might be the result of a lightning stroke (Frantisek Mantlik personal communication, Figure 3 d).
Pressure Altitude/Density Altitude (PADA)--computes the following parameters: sea level pressure (SLP), altimeter setting (ALSTG), pressure altitude (PA), density altitude (DA) and the standard atmosphere based on the upper/lower station pressure and the following optional data fields: station elevation (for ALSTG, PA, DA), 12-hour mean temperature (for SLP), temperature (for DA) and dew point for DA.