Climate in GeorgiaEdit This
North: The northern parts of Georgia can get cold during the winter. Daytime can range anywhere from the 30s in the northern areas to the 40s and 50s in the southern regions. Nights can get very cold, usually in the 20s and 30s. Spring (February-May) is a delightful time of year in North Georgia. It is a truly exhilarating sight to see the mountains and hills becoming green again as nature comes back to life. Daytime highs are usually in the 70s (approx. 21-26 C.) and the nighttime lows in the 40s and 50s (approx. 4-15 C.).
Summer (June-September) in North Georgia is HOT. You've been warned. Daytime highs can go over 100 (approx. 40 C.).
Fall (October-November) is also a delightful time of year in North Georgia as the mountains and hills turn magnificent shades of crimson. Temperatures are comparable to the spring.
South: Any time of year is a delightful time of year to visit South Georgia. Even during winter, which in this area is December-January, daytime highs range from the 50s (approx. 10-15 C.) in the northernmost interior areas to mild 60s and 70s (approx. 15-26 degrees C.) along the coast and extreme south. The ocean will be too cold for swimming except for the hardiest of souls, but is magnificent weather for walks along the beach. Nighttime lows average in the 30s and 40s (approx. -1-9 C.).
Spring comes early and magnificently to this part of Georgia (February-May). Daytime highs average in the 70s (21-26 C.) and nighttime lows in the 40s and 50s (4-15 C.). As with North Georgia, probably the most pleasant season.
Summer in the south (June-September) is as intolerably hot as in the north, except for the coastal areas, which average around 90 (32 C.) during the day.
Fall (October-December), though pleasant temperature-wise, is also a pleasant time of year, vacationing during this time is not recommended, lest your vacation be ruined by an unpredictable hurricane or tropical storm. Even inland areas of Southwest Georgia are vulnerable to hurricanes and tropical storms that blow in from the Gulf of Mexico.