Augusta, Georgia, has a humid subtropical climate, which means hot, humid summers and mild to cool winters.
Spring (March – May): Spring is a beautiful time to visit Augusta, with pleasant temperatures and blooming flowers. The city is particularly lively in early April during the Masters Tournament. However, this is also the peak tourist season, and accommodations can be pricey and hard to find, especially during the Masters.
Summer (June – August): Summers in Augusta are hot and humid, with high temperatures often reaching into the 90s °F (30s °C). This is also the wettest season, with frequent afternoon thunderstorms. If you don’t mind the heat, you’ll find fewer tourists and lower hotel rates.
Fall (September – November): Autumn is another great time to visit Augusta. The weather is usually still warm but less humid than in the summer, and the changing leaves create beautiful scenery. Tourism slows down after the summer, making it easier to find accommodations.
Winter (December – February): Winters are usually mild, with highs in the 50s-60s °F (10-20 °C) and lows rarely dipping below freezing. Snow is rare but possible. If you don’t mind cooler weather, you’ll find the lowest hotel rates during this season.