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Charleston Weather

Averages By Month

The colonial harbour town of Charleston boasts over 800 historic buildings from the 18th and 19th century and as such is the epitome of the ‘Old South’. The climate is subtropical, meaning that even in winter daytime temperatures reach a pleasant 60°F (16°C). Springtime is mild and long. The summer months from June until August are hot (around 85°F (30°C)) and humid and the sea temperature of the Atlantic reaches a pleasant 84°F (28°C). Fall offers enjoyable warm temperatures until November. Winters are short and mild and invite you to engage in outdoor activities including golf.

Current Weather Charleston

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Averages Charleston

  J F M A M J J A S O N D

High °F

57° 60° 66° 73° 79° 85° 88° 87° 83° 75° 67° 61°

Low °F

43° 45° 51° 59° 67° 74° 77° 76° 72° 62° 53° 46°

Sun

6 7 8 9 10 9 9 8 7 7 6 6

Rain days

6 5 6 5 5 7 8 9 7 4 4 6

Water °F

63° 62° 62° 67° 73° 79° 83° 84° 82° 78° 72° 66°


Charleston Weather by Month

Best Time to Visit Charleston

Thanks to its subtropical climate, Charleston is a great place to visit any time of the year. Weatherwise, spring and fall are a favourite due to the super pleasant and mild weather in these periods. Spring is a favourite for seeing the beautiful magnolia trees in their full bloom. Summers are hot and humid but a fantastic time to visit if you are after some splashing around in the warm Atlantic water. Fall, especially October, is the time to visit to avoid the crowd and get the best deals while winters are ideal for enjoying the mild weather outdoors.

Things to know about Charleston

Charleston- the Beauty of the South

Many say that Charleston is even more beautiful than Savannah. Besides the beautiful historic center of town you will also find plenty of plantages surrounding the city. Many of those can also be visited. Three of the most famous plantages are highlighted below.

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