Generally, yes, because people tend to be more sedentary during the winter months (skiiers excepted) than in the summer months.
However, as you already know, weight gain occurs from an energy IMbalance, wherein we take in more food calories than we consume -- and our bodies are programmed to store the excess as fat, in the unlikely event of famine.
Yes, because the body needs to conserve energy and fat to keep warm. That is why animals hibernate. It is easier to lose weight in the warmer months because the heat acts as a thermogenic for the metabolism, which means that it speeds up.
Yes! Especially when you eat a ton and don't exercise!
The fall and winter seasons are the main contributors to weight gain. The cold air outside could easily kill anyone's motivation to drive to the gym, go for a run, jog, walk, etc. Cold months also contributes to seasonal depression which causes one to consume more food to cope with their stress. As a result, weight gain occurs.
yes it generally does
Let me ask my bear
it is easier for me to gain during the winter because I am less active, may I ask why you are trying to gain weight?
Granted I haven't seen your picture but I may argue that point.
Yes you are!
yes ... the body tries to build up an insulation la