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One of the things you can definitely count on while visiting in the Mountains of North Georgia is the unpredictability of the weather. Below we have listed each month of the year and what the average temperatures are for those months! We know it’s not a guarantee of what you find when you arrive but we hope this information helps you to decide when to stay and what to pack while visiting your cabin rental in Blue Ridge, Georgia!

March-May - Average high in the low 60s
June-August - Average high 80s-90s 
September-November - Average high 60s and low of 35 degrees 
December-February - Average high 50s and lows below freezing 

Seasonal Weather Information:

Before embarking on your Blue Ridge vacation it’s important to know what kind of weather North Georgia may bring. Seasonal weather is very apparent in Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains with four distinct seasons of Spring (March-May), Summer (June-August), Fall (September-November) and Winter (December-February).

Spring weather may vary greatly but typically April is the rainiest month of the year. Chilly temperatures are normal in early spring and may persist until midday with an average high in the low 60s.

The summer months are filled with flourishing plants and warm days followed by pleasantly cool nights. Occasional thunderstorms may pop up from time to time leaving some mild humidity behind. Average temperatures for the months of June-August are usually high 80’s-90’s. Great weather for a refreshing dip in the pool or tubing down the lazy rivers of North Georgia!

Fall is arguably the most beautiful time of the year in the Blue Ridge Mountains. October is normally the driest month of the year with temperatures averaging a high of 65 degrees and lows of 36 degrees. The leaves can begin to turn as soon as the second week of October and the temperatures stay cool, comfortable and crisp until late November.

December through February are considered the winter season in North Georgia. January has consistently been the coldest month of the year with periodic snowfall. Snowfall may blanket the Blue Ridge Mountains, but will rarely accumulate. Daytime highs are around 53 degrees with often below freezing temperatures. When traveling during the winter months, be sure to pack a heavy jacket!

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