..if you can call the weather based on your body. I'm still learning this. I couldn't figure out why I was hurting so much more in areas that don't normally hurt as much. We have a winter storm warning. It's all making sense now. Now, if only the meteorologists could call it right. First, it was 6-9 inches, then 4-9, now 6-9...all in a span of about 11 hours. We'll probably get an inch and a half. I quit getting excited about lots of snow in the forecast. It always ended up being a big letdown because it would end up missing us by 150 miles or something. And of course, you've spent 2 hours in the store to buy 2 items because everyone else in town was stocking up. So, does the barometric pressure drop or rise during these events? The last big one I noticed was when the remnants of Ike came through, but I didn't make the connection until the weather conditions were returning to normal and I started feeling better. I'm trying to figure out if I only react to one type of change in pressure. Then maybe I can get a side job assisting the weather man on tv. If all of us could get it down pat, we could replace all that expensive equipment and still be way more accurate.