'Tis sort of unusual for anyone to wish a storm on you, I suppose, but I’ll take it in the spirit I know it was meant.
Actually, I love a good storm, as long as I’m not out in it. I’ve been lucky I do not seem to have the classic worsening of symptoms common to many MSers. But the fatigue and irritability are starting to bite now - I think mostly from the difficulty of sleeping, rather than the MS itself. Although it might be from spending half-an-hour lifting heavy watering cans each evening, as I’m not the proud possessor of a garden hose (after recent summers, I never imagined I’d need one!)
I wouldn’t mind a good downpour, just to take care of that for me, and to make things a bit more comfortable from sleeping. Then it can go back to being hot and sunny again.
My friend in the South of France reckons, apart from the usual stuff about keeping windows & blinds closed on the sunny side, but open on the shady side, that hanging up a sheet at an door or window, and keeping it wet, can make effective DIY aircon.