While every person who suffers from migraines has unique triggers, research has shown some weather patterns can increase the severity and frequency of migraines. For example, changes in temperature and humidity are common triggers, as well as a sudden drop of pressure.
Today’s Weather Factors
Probability of Thunderstorms 20%
Max Wind Gusts 22 mph
Average Cloud Cover 100%
Air Quality 14 (Excellent)
If you suffer from migraines, keep a headache journal, noting the weather conditions and your symptoms. It can help pinpoint what triggers your migraines. Take migraine medication at the first sign of symptoms.
- Stay indoors on cold or windy weather.
- Take migraine medication at the first sign of symptoms.
- Keep a headache diary and record weather triggers to identify the role and impact of weather on your migraines.