Chronic Pain and the Weather
My chronic pain is always there, but it is very fussy about the weather. For me, erythromelalgia is extremely sensitive to temperature. 70 degrees F causes an immediate flare, but flares happen at lower temps too.
However, cooler weather causes spikes with my small fiber neuropathy.
Then, there's barometric pressure. Anything above 30 inches of Mercury (~1016 millibars) causes neuropathic spikes. Often to the point of tears and complete inability of walking. Rapid changes in barometric have a similar effect.
I could go on, but you get the idea. How does the weather affect you?