Tight Isobars = Headaches and Increased Pain


Keep an eye on the isobars as this storm moves across the country and over your area. I can see that it’s going to be low pressure and high winds over me, in Arkansas, building from Wednesday and staying into Saturday. What does this tell me ? How tight the isobars are to each other indicates how strong winds will be so I know right now to get as much done as possible before Thanksgiving because I’m going to have bad sinus and head pain.

Watching wind and pressure changes can give you advance warnings of increased pain. Get weather smart and you’ll be prepared for possible pain that could affect your social life 😊

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