Are you sick of snow, frigid temperatures, or needing to start your car to warm it up before heading to work every morning? If you are, vacationing or moving to North Carolina or another Southern state may be your perfect option to ditch the snow and enjoy the sunshine.
Charlotte houses for sale are popularly sought out in the winter or spring season mostly due to those living in the north wanting to leave the colder weather. Southern states are well known for their friendly winters with temperature averages around 40 to 50 degrees. Now, this is not to say that North Carolina and other states don’t see their share of snow because they most certainly do. However, it is almost guaranteed that they won’t see nearly as many inches of it as the north.
Typically averaging around six inches of snow per year, living in a Southern state allows you to continue to experience all four seasons but in milder conditions for the colder seasons such as winter. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to get rid of your winter coat, scarves, and gloves quite yet unless you head for a state like Florida.
Best Time to Visit
If you have been considering traveling further south for a week or maybe more, you’ll want to plan your trip according to what temperatures you’d most prefer. If you are trying to escape frigid temperatures, then anytime will do as it is likely the south will be warmer than where you are coming from. However, if you don’t want to be in high temperatures such as the 90s you may also want to consider avoiding the peak season of summer such as July and August.
When the temperatures do start to dip into the 40s or even 30s, there is still plenty to do down South. Charlotte has many activities to offer such as viewing the NASCAR Hall of Fame, treating yourself to a spa day, taking a flight at iFly for an indoor skydiving experience. Luckily, the South avoids large amounts of snow and other treacherous types of winter weather. This still allows some outdoor activities to be completed.
Spending time on the beach is still possible all throughout the year. While you may need a coat to keep warm, you’ll still be able to take a walk along the coast and enjoy the sounds of the ocean. Not to mention, you can continue to enjoy hiking, walking along trails, or riding your bike throughout the winter down South. So ditch the ice scraper and shovel and book your trip now to get a much-needed dose of Vitamin D.