The pressure at the LCL is presented in kiloPascals (kPa), and other logical designations. This pressure represents the pressure level in the atmosphere at which a lifted air mass with an initial temperature of T, and an initial pressure of P, would have a relative humidity of 100% (totally saturated). The pressure at the LCL is always lower than the initial pressure of the air mass unless the air is saturated initially, in which case, the two pressures are equal. Pressure always decreases with altitude. The airmass temperature at the LCL is displayed as a value in degrees Celsius, Fahrenheit and Kelvin. This temperature is the temperature the air mass would have, if lifted to the LCL and, in virtually all cases, is not equal to the surrounding air temperature. The temperature of the air mass at the LCL is ALWAYS lower than the initial temperature of the air mass unless the air is totally saturated. For saturated air, the surface temperature, dew point, and the LCL temperatures are all equal to each other, and the slightest cooling (lifting) will produce condensation!