UPDATE: Augusta Experiences Coldest Christmas Day in 21 Years

December 28, 2020

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Christmas Day 2020 was the coldest in Augusta in 21 years. According to the National Weather Service, the low temperature at Augusta Regional Airport (which actually occurred just before midnight on the 26th) was 24°. The afternoon high temperature was only 41°. The last time it was colder on Christmas Day was in 1999, with a low of 23° and a high of 41°.

The average historical temperature for Augusta on Christmas Day is 46° (a low of 33° and a high of 58°). This is based on a 30-year average of temperatures from 1981-2010.

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