Just a thought, barometric pressure also affects the winds.

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Posted by Victor ( on November 24, 2001 at 08:43:43:

In Reply to: C/H's Barometric Pressure posted by Joe Wasylyk on November 23, 2001 at 16:06:07:

When the high peaks out, winds are minimal and the pollutants, all heavier than air settle in much higher concentrations. Irritants both dry out and burn the mucus membranes, nose gets stuffy, can't blow the dried out mucus out, and bang you have a cluster, really bad when the membranes start bleeding. Solution, see a neuro and get half drugged out of your mind or hop in your car and drive to where the air is fresher.

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