Many times the warmer weather is easier on the back. Not just the fact there is no shoveling, and you don't have to constantly watch your step because of ice, but there's a couple of other reasons too.
When there is bad weather, it's almost like gravity pushes down on us slightly more. It's only a fraction but sometimes it's enough to affect an arthritic area or an already injured disc. A storm can be during the summer too however.
The Weather Forecast in Miami on one December Week....Talk about Warm Weather :)
But just the really cold weather tends to tighten our muscles slightly. Tight muscles can also mean pain and spasm. You want to try to be loose so you're muscles are ready to move. It's similar to a warm-up before exercise!
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