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Old 08-22-2013, 01:27 PM
 
Location: Kansas
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We are having a really bad day when it comes to a pressure system sitting on us here. I know that a few years ago, I think that I heard that in Florida, with water on both sides, the pressure just levels itself out or words to that effect. I know when we vacationed in FL, it had a totally different feel then KS or AZ from where we had traveled. I grew up in MI but can't remember if the Great Lakes may or may not have been able to do somewhat the same thing. Now, a couple of years ago, I tried to "google" this but I never really got an answer as to what other states might be like FL in regard to barometric pressure. I spent a year in Anchorage years ago and I think it had that same feel. Unfortunately, FL and AK are not within our budget for a move. Any thoughts or direction would be appreciated.
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