How do weather changes affect you? After 2 weeks of constant, REALLY intense pain, yesterday the pain began to ease up slightly and today it's MUCH better! Not gone, but much better! I'm wondering if it's because, instead of the stifling HEAT we've been experiencing here in Oklahoma, today it's 15-20 degrees cooler and we're having mild thunderstorms. ????? I have NO tolerance for high temperatures. I love to go swimming, but I DO NOT like summer! It's WAAAAAAAAAYYY too hot here in summer. I get heat exhaustion at the drop of a hat, and I HATE to sweat! I hate humidity with the heat, too, but rain and storms don't bother me at all as long as it's COOL outside (mid 70's or less). That's what's going on here today and I'm loving it! I don't really know for sure if the weather is responsible for my current pain level, but it does seem very coincidental, and I have read that extreme temps often increase pain levels in fibros. Cold temps don't increase my pain, but they do increase stiffness for me. And I get cold much easier than the rest of my family. They think I'm crazy when it's 65 degrees, they're happy as can be and I'm COLD! No big deal, though. I'd rather be stiff and cold than hot and HURTING! So how do temperatures and humidity levels affect your symptoms?