Some people are affected in different ways by barometric pressure.
When the pressure drops that usually means its going to rain, and when it rises you can expect clear weather.
So what does this mean for us "lucky" few more sensitive to such things?
Well generally based on our own reaction we can tell which way the weather is wanting to go for the day but its not always a perfect prediction.
For example: A few days ago I was having one hell of a sinus headache[the sort that feels like some evil little dwarf is trying to mine his way out of your skull between your eyebrows DX] and the little scar on the small of my back likes to ache and itch. this is, for me, a sign that the pressure has dropped.
However there wasent a cloud in the sky that day so it didn't rain. however the pressure remained low for the next two days[ Ibuprofen became a good friend to me those days.] and as clouds came in it started raining almost nonstop.
The pressure eased up a few days after. Some clouds in the sky but no rain because the pressure went up.
Same time this happens my headache is gone and my scar doesn't bother me.
I know a few other people who get stuff like this including a friend of mine who lost his legs a few years ago in a car accident, and his index finger while repairing a lawnmower [ A tip for lawnmower repairmen. Remove the spark-plug from its outlet and take the blades off before you stick your hands in the machine. They really are bloodthirsty]
His stumps tend to ache when the pressure drops.
These are pretty much natural reactions to a drop in pressure.
I'm kind of curious. So tell me my friends and viewers, How does your body tell you its about to rain?