Excluding a temporary event such as a hurricane, the lowest atmospheric pressure anywhere will generally be the place of the highest elevation. The particular tuft of American soil that is higher than anywhere else in the nation is the summit of Mt. McKinley in Alaska, which is 20,320 feet above sea level. The air is thinner there than anywhere else in America because there’s simply less of it to breathe there.
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