The more air pressure the football has the harder grip. the ball is the less the air pressure the less grip it hastoo much air pressure can be bad too
When the pressure is low the air can not hold as much water vapour, so if it is saturated it precipitates out as rain.
Pressure depends more on elevation and if there is bad weather/sunny. Bad weather cause the pressure to drop. At the same elevation, cold air is denser/heavier than hot air, how hot air balloons work.
Really really bad! High pressure alert!
dropping air pressure
yes very much so
Low pressure system, very low! Low pressure=air coming inward=lifting of air=bad weather/instability...
not bad, not bad
it raises your blood pressure
too much weight tire air pressure low air cleaner clogged bad spark plugs, ignition timing get a tune up
Because you have a leaky pipe joint or a bad pressure tank.
That the air pressure is lowering, which means that bad weather is on the way.
Low air pressure, hitting curbs, bad ball joints, bad alignment.
the guy was bad maybe max150
The most common problem on these trucks will be a bad pressure switch along with a bad pressure switch pigtail.........
"If birds fly lowExpect rain and a blow."When the air pressure is high, it is easier for birds to fly at a higher altitude. If the air pressure is low, indicating bad weather, birds can't fly as high because the air is less dense. The barometer measures air pressure.
You have a bad final pressure switch you can buy just the switch at Grainger.
A drop in air pressure usually indicates bad weather.
Black smoke is a sign of a vehicle running rich. I would check for a bad fuel pressure regulator, bad fuel injector or very plugged air filter. A fuel pressure test could tell you much.
When there is low pressure the air rises causing it to cool. It rises in a funnel formation causing bad weather. Often it causes precipitation and thunder storms.
Likely causes include not enough air or a bad tire pressure sensor.
It depends if your good or your bad the better you are the more you get
Low pressure is a counter-clockwise spin (in the northern hemisphere) of rising air. Rising air causes precipitation and therefore you typically find rain with low pressure systems. High pressure systems have sinking air which tends to prevent rain in most cases.