The pressure inside the storm came up. That's good, by most standards. The lower the pressure falls, the higher the wind blows, and the more damage it does. The pressure doesn't have to fall for the wind speed to increase. But that's usually the case. After a storm makes landfall the winds die down and the pressure rises back to normal or standard pressure. Standard pressure is 1013mb or 29.92 inches. They are in different units of measurement.
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