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David Roth at the Weather Prediction Center is almost done with his compilation of maps which show high/low sea level pressure records per month for the contiguous United States. The image posted here is the map of September low-pressure records. These are pretty interesting as you can see the paths of hurricanes on several of them.Full Index
:September record low surface level pressures for the contiguous US
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