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Georgia Weather And Climate Facts

Traveling to Georgia? Here are the typical annual weather conditions for selected Georgia cites:

Athens Weather - The highest recorded temperature for Athens for the past 62 years was 107°F, and the normal yearly high is 72°F. The lowest reported temperature for Athens for the past 62 years was -4°F, while the typical low recorded annual temperature is 50.9°F.

Athens typically receives a yearly average of 47.83 inches of precipitation and averages 2.4 inches of snow yearly.

Atlanta Weather - The highest recorded temperature for Atlanta for the past 57 years was 105°F, and the standard yearly high is 72°F. The coldest day in Atlanta for the past 57 years was -8°F, while the normal low measured annual temperature is 52.3°F.

Atlanta receives an annual average of 50.2 inches of precipitation and averages 2.1 inches of snow annually.

Augusta Weather - The hottest day in Augusta for the past 55 years was 108°F, while the normal high yearly temperature is 75.7°F. The lowest measured temperature in Augusta for the last 55 years was -1°F, and the standard annual low recorded daily temperature is 50.6°F.

Augusta receives an annual average of 44.58 inches of precipitation and averages 1.1 inches of snow.

Columbus Weather - The highest recorded temperature for Columbus for the past 60 years was 104°F, while the standard high yearly temperature is 75.8°F. The lowest measured temperature in Columbus for the last 60 years was -2°F, and the regular annual low is 54.4°F.

Columbus normally receives an annual average of 48.57 inches of rain and receives an annual average of 0.5 inches of snow.

Macon Weather - The highest recorded temperature for Macon for the past 57 years was 108°F, and the regular annual high is 75.5°F. The lowest reported temperature for Macon for the past 57 years was -6°F, and the average annual low daily temperature is 52°F.

Macon receives an annual average of 45 inches of precipitation and averages 0.9 inches of snow.

Savannah Weather - The record high temperature for the last 55 years was 105°F, and the standard yearly high is 77.2°F. The coldest day in Savannah for the past 55 years was 3°F, and the typical annual low is 55.2°F.

Savannah receives an annual average of 49.58 inches of precipitation and averages 0.4 inches of snow annually.

Typical High and Low Temperatures For Various Georgia Cities

CityJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Athens 51/33 56/35 65/42 73/49 80/58 87/65 90/69 88/68 82/63 73/51 63/42 54/35
Atlanta 52/34 57/36 65/44 73/50 80/60 86/67 89/71 88/70 82/64 73/53 63/44 55/36
Augusta 56/33 61/36 69/42 77/48 84/57 90/65 92/70 90/68 85/62 76/50 68/41 59/35
Columbus 57/37 62/39 69/46 76/52 83/61 90/69 92/72 91/72 86/66 77/54 68/46 59/39
Macon 57/34 61/37 68/44 76/50 83/59 90/67 92/70 90/70 85/64 77/51 68/42 59/36
Savannah 60/38 64/41 71/48 78/53 84/61 90/68 92/72 90/71 86/67 78/56 70/47 63/40
Fair
71°F/
21°C

Humidity: 30%
Wind: East at 9.2 MPH (8 KT)
Barometric Pressure: 30.14in/1020.5mb


Last Updated on Apr 20 2014, 6:51 pm EDT

Fair
74°F/
23°C

Humidity: 34%
Wind: Northeast at 3.5 MPH (3 KT)
Barometric Pressure: 30.16in/1020.8mb


Last Updated on Apr 20 2014, 3:53 pm EDT

Overcast
69°F/
20°C

Humidity: 38%
Wind: Northeast at 9.2 MPH (8 KT)
Barometric Pressure: 30.14in/1020.5mb


Last Updated on Apr 20 2014, 6:53 pm EDT

Fair
75°F/
23°C

Humidity: 36%
Wind: Northeast at 6.9 MPH (6 KT)
Barometric Pressure: 30.11in/1019.2mb


Last Updated on Apr 20 2014, 6:51 pm EDT

Fair
72°F/
22°C

Humidity: 37%
Wind: Northeast at 8.1 MPH (7 KT)
Barometric Pressure: 30.12in/1019.8mb


Last Updated on Apr 20 2014, 6:53 pm EDT

Mostly Cloudy
68°F/
20°C

Humidity: 55%
Wind: North at 13.8 MPH (12 KT)
Barometric Pressure: 30.09in/1018.9mb


Last Updated on Apr 20 2014, 6:53 pm EDT