The Climate in Georgia is a major reason so many people continue to move to the state. While climate varies among the state’s six land regions, all areas of the state are colored by four well-defined seasons:
A warm summer brings an average temperature of 80 degrees and the added benefit of “Indian summer” stretching into October.
Autumn is brisk, with brilliant fall foliage throughout the state, particularly in the mountains.
Winters are brief, with average temperatures in the upper 40s and light snowfall several times a year in the north.
Springtime is glorious, as Georgia is famous for its dogwoods, azaleas and other flora.