Regarding weather, are you monitoring the inside of your house? I am referring to not only the temperature, but also the humidity. It might not be a bad idea, if you believe that weather is worsening your symptoms, to get one of those indoor weather centers for the wall. They not only have temperature, but they also record the pressure and humidity. Take a look, and notice. Not just the temperature, but the humidity. Perhaps it is the amount of 'wetness' in the air that is worsening the symptoms. Perhaps a drier atmosphere (dehumidifier), or damper one (humidifier) would actually make you feel better. As they saying goes, "it's not the heat, it's the humidity". also, not a bad idea to check for drafts in your home. It is quite possible that a slight draft is causing you problems. One more thing...if might not be the winter, but a bad furnace, or blocked furnace, and some fumes are seeping into the house. Blocked chimneys, ducts, can cause small amounts of gas and carbon monoxide to permeate the house, and that can affect your body aches. Might not be the winter, but a blocked air duct.