Under pressure! We got some new all-time surface pressure records. Weather record keeping is extensive in the United States. It goes well beyond high / low temperatures, rain, snow, etc. Surface pressure has also been recorded for a long time.
The Lower Ohio River Valley recently opened the record books on Friday, March 3rd. They dusted off the previous records that were in some cases over 100 years old, then wrote in some new all-time surface pressure records.
The barometer dropped to numbers never before recorded for the following locations: Paducah, KY (PAH), Louisville, KY (SDF), Bowling Green, KY (BWG), Evansville, IN (EVV), and Terre Haute, IN (HUF).
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Joe has been with Praedictix since 2016. He graduated with a bachelor’s in meteorology with a minor in mathematics from the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. He also interned at Studio One in UND while earning awards as a student broadcaster and teaching assistant along the way. During summers off from college, Joe was the weather intern for the KSTP weather team based in the Twin Cities. Joe then worked as the morning meteorologist for 2 years at KCWY in Casper, Wyoming; then 4 years as the morning meteorologist at WSJV in South Bend-Elkhart, IN. There, Joe became a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) through the American Meteorological Society and still owns the earned seal.