You can look at a BMI chart if you really want a numerical range, but remember that BMI is very often an inaccurate measurement (it doesn't take into account a large or small body frame, muscle vs. fat, etc.).
I don't think that anybody can tell you exactly what a "normal" or healthy weight is for you, although it would certainly be convenient if they could ... 180 lb for 6'2" doesn't sound very heavy to me, especially if you're gaining muscle (if that's what you meant by more weight?) which weighs more than fat. As long as you are eating a healthy diet, hydrating well, exercising, and minimizing stress, then your weight will be whatever it needs to be! Cheers :)
Depends if you're covered in flab or muscle? Do you jiggle when you walk? :P If you're all muscle then it's probably fine where you are.
People still call me skinny. But I see muscle grow on different places.
Thanks both for the reply.
I was 63.0 kg / 138.9 lbs a few years ago, so it feels much for me the weight gain.
You can be at the right weight. I would focus on body fat, try getting it down in the single digits and keep it there.