Doctors believe that there is a direct link between joint pain and the weather. Or rather, not even the weather, but atmospheric pressure. If it is raining outside, the barometric pressure is low. There is also a certain pressure inside the joint, and with low pressure from the outside, it begins to stretch the joint cavity. On the other hand, high atmospheric pressure causes the joint capsule to contract.
When the capsule is stretched, we feel pain, since the innervation in this area is rich, there are many nerve endings here. If you know that your joints hurt when the weather changes, then you can apply an ointment with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs to the painful area in advance.
Only one option comes to my mind: low pressure. Blood pressure also drops, hence the pain. But this is just a version. Try to drink good coffee at such a bad hour. Quality - now there are more of them on sale. If it helps, then the way out is clear. =)