Peter Morgan, File, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Does winter weather give you the blues? Or are you the type who gets a little frisky when there's a chill in the air?
Either way, you're not alone.
An Associated Press-Weather Underground poll shows that 4 in 10 Americans say the weather affects their mood, and winter is the season most likely to leave them feeling down.
Still, there are pleasures to be had amid the snow and ice.
Given the choice between grabbing an extra blanket or cozying up with someone special, most people choose snuggling over a Snuggie.
Some folks take things a whole lot further: 15 percent of Americans who were cooped up by the weather report having more sex than usual. Two-thirds reported no romantic uptick, and 15 percent reported having less sex than usual.
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