We've had quite the climate change in Illinois the last couple weeks.....winter is rapidly approaching. I've noticed the affect of temp and humidity changes on the guitar neck, most notably when bending notes on the skinnier strings. The action seemed high, so got out the tools and ran through the process. Took out a bit of neck relief and checked string height on the bass side (dead nuts perfect @ 6/64") and treble side (pretty high @ 6/64"). I know the treble side was dead on too @ 4/64" the last time I went through the process six months ago. My question.....does a guitar neck bow AND twist slightly with changes in climate?