this fall weather rolled in really fast this year. this drastic change has also made a lot of my old snowboarding injuries ache. i can feel the my shoulder and thumb joints popping around from an old fall now, after months of no problems. just thought that was interesting and it's something that hasn't happened to me before. anyone else having similar problems in the northeast?
...or i might just be sounding really stupid right now?
Barometric pressure, humidity and temperature changes can cause ligaments around joints to unsettle making them ride against nerve endings.
You often hear about people who can anticipate a thunderstorm because they "feel it in their bones". This is the same thing. Thunderstorms cause abrupt and large changes in atmospheric pressure and it's not uncommon for a person with susceptible joints to be able to accurately predict an approaching storm this way.