CLEVELAND - Aching bones often help people think that they can predict the weather, 19/43 News reported.
Scientific research proves that the weather forecast might also be a forecast for your aches and pains as well.
For example, right before it snows, your arthritis is more likely to flare up.
19/43 News hit the streets of Cleveland to ask people if they have a body barometer.
"I know when the weather is going to get cold because I get aches and pains," one person said.
"It affects me," another person said. "My knees click and my elbows pop. You can feel the cold front coming."