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You are on the air pressure team. Your team studies the air pressure readings for days 1 - 3. Then you predict what Dayton’s air pressure will be on day 4 and how it will affect the city's weather that day. That's when the event is scheduled. Think about the following questions:
- How has the air pressure changed from day 1 to day 3?
- What do those results mean?
- Do you notice any strong trends or patterns?
Use the Team Checksheet to help you. Your team must be prepared to report your findings to Weather Central at the beginning of the videoconference. Then you will work together to see what weather conditions develop on day 4.