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As the temperatures drop, joint pain tends to rise and you may find yourself visiting walk-in clinics more often. Scientists are still unsure of the exact link between chilly temperatures and aching joints, but a Weather Channel survey showed that 42% of respondents said that cold weather triggers pain in their hips, knees or back.