What Is Georgia Climate?

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Historically, the climate in Georgia has been that of very hot summers and mild winters. However, in the past few years, the weather patterns in Georgia have been extreme. One summer experienced extreme drought with very little rainfall, while the next, there was extreme rainfall. The winters have also become very cold and some areas experience light snowfall and ice covering elevated areas. The story goes that during its bid for the 1996 Summer Olympics, the average temperature during the summer months was described as being around 70 degrees F (so not true). You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_Georgia_%28U.S._state%29
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The climate in The Republic of Georgia is warm and pleasant; Mediterranean-like on Black Sea coast.
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