Climate in Savannah

More Than 200 Sunny Days a Year

Savannah is ideally located on the Atlantic Ocean in the southeastern part of the United States, only minutes from South Carolina and only four hours from Atlanta, the state capital. One of Savannah’s barrier islands, Tybee Island, is 20 minutes from downtown Savannah, while popular Hilton Head Island is a short hour drive.

For those who want access to the world, the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport boasts the convenient, modern features you’ve come to expect at a larger airport without the congestion and long lines. There are direct flights to 13 major U.S. markets, including Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world’s busiest and most efficient passenger airport.
 
The city is also just a few minutes away from I-95, giving travelers easy access to major cities along the East Coast.
 
Savannah’s climate is pleasant year-round, with mild temperatures in spring and fall, warm temperatures in the summer and moderate temperatures in the winter. The median temperature is 67.