One of the reasons why people move to Charleston is because of the weather. The winters tend to be mild with temperatures of 32 degrees or less being a rarity. In my opinion, spring and fall are the best seasons for beautiful weather. Summer time is warm and humid but almost all buildings are air-conditioned.
Below please find a chart outlining the average highs, lows & means for Charleston. (Source: Weather.com)
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Please click on the following link for the current temperature in Charleston, South Carolina:
Here are interesting facts (from www.weather.com) regarding Charleston’s weather:
-July is the warmest month in Charleston, on average.
-104 degrees was the highest recorded temperature & it occurred in 1985.
-The coldest month of the year is in January, on average.
-On average, August is the wettest month.
-In 1985, the lowest recorded temperature occurred which was 10 degrees! This is extremely rare though!