I am very sensitive to barometric pressure since my skull fracture 7 years ago. I can literally pinpoint moisture (rain, drizzle...) approximately 12-24 hours before the barometric pressure drops (even slightly) and the rain begins... I'm totally a "human Barometer"!
I definitely find a difference when the weather changes. Even if it turns warm. Our house isn't that well insulated because it's 150 yr old farm house and so the house gets damp and I feel like I can barely move when the rain comes.
Rainy weather seems to trigger awful migraines for me, which is no fun because it also triggers arthritis and fibro flare ups! There are air cavities in your head that can cause migraines in some people when the air pressure changes (i.e. When it rains)