Coastal Georgia is in the southeast of Georgia along the Atlantic Ocean.
Spring in Coastal Georgia lasts from Mid-February to Early May and is characterized by moderate rainfall and mild to warm daytime temperatures. Average daytime temperatures range from the mid 60s to the low 80s and nighttime temperatures ranging from the low 40s to the low 60s.
Summer lasts from Early May to Early October and is hot, humid, and rainy. Rainfall averages more than 5 inches in June, July, and August. Average daytime temperatures range from the low 80s to the low 90s and nighttime temperatures range from the low 60s to the mid 70s.
Autumn or Fall lasts from Early October to Early December and feature warm days and mild to cool nights. Rainfall sharply declines as it gets closer to Winter. Average daytime temperatures range from the low 80s to the mid 60s and nighttime temperatures range from the low 60s to the low 40s. Deciduous trees in this region typically have peak autumn color around Early December but will vary based on sunlight and distance from the Coast.
The Winter season lasts from Early December to Mid-February and is more similar to winters in the lower south than to winters in the rest of Florida. Frosts are fairly common and occur on average up to 40 times a year. Average daytime temperatures range from the mid 60s to the upper 50s and nighttime temperatures range from the low 40s to the mid 30s. Snowfall is very light and does not occur every year. However, snow can be seen up to several times a decade and can be very unsettling to people in this region due to most people having little experience with how to handle snow.