Hi Everyone - I would be very interested in knowing if frequency in climate changes (humidity, barometric pressures, frequent highs and lows in temperature, etc.)can precipitate an attack? My husband and I again travelled to New Mexico (second time in about 5 months) and stayed for 3 weeks. I did not have any attacks of FMS, arthritis, even a migraine?? This was our second visit to test the climate in January. There were days when it was windy (can't tolerate that in Chicago) but because of the low humidity and stability of their weather every day, I was fine. We are now considering a move to New Mexico. We're not youngsters, both senior citizens and have lived in Chicago all of our lives and have family, etc. etc. However, since returning in early February, I have had FMS & CFS in varying degrees every day except for 3 days. Can anyone relate to this at all. Thanks.......Pat....love to each and every one of you!!