Highest and Lowest Pressures (Reduced to Sea Level)
Abilene pressure records date back to 1885
San Angelo pressure records date back to 1947

Abilene
Highest: 31.09 inches December 24th 1983
Lowest: 29.02 inches February 9th 1960

  January February March April May June
High
Year
31.07
1962
31.06
1899
30.70
1893
30.75
1940
30.49
1906
30.37
1917
 
  July August September October November December
High
Year
30.38
1972
30.33
1891
30.44
1899
30.64
1898
30.84
1891
31.09
1983
 
  January February March April May June
Low
Year
29.19
1973
29.02
1960
29.18
1932
29.12
1953
29.24
1973
29.28
1916
 
  July August September October November December
Low
Year
29.49
1926
29.52
1956
29.37
1961
29.23
1979
29.29
1992
29.25
1940

San Angelo
Highest: 31.07 inches December 24th 1983
Lowest: 29.11 inches November 9th 1960

  January February March April May June
High
Year
30.89
1968
30.82
1989
30.76
1996
30.59
1971
30.44
1984
30.33
1979
 
  July August September October November December
High
Year
30.23
1988
30.25
1990
30.45
1996
30.61
1957
30.81
1959
31.07
1983
 
  January February March April May June
Low
Year
29.16
1996
29.11
1960
29.29
1977
29.19
1979
29.27
1973
29.35
1974
 
  July August September October November December
Low
Year
29.52
1993
29.56
1956
29.44
1961
29.29
1979
29.37
1961
29.37
1951

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