Middle Georgia’s pleasant year-round climate is characterized by moderate winters, extended springs, warm summers and beautiful fall seasons. The average annual temperature here is 64.8 degrees. The annual average high temperature is 77.2 degrees, and the annual average low temperature is 52.4 degrees. Rainfall measures about 47.4 inches per year.  By locating 100 miles inland from Georgia’s coast, Dublin-Laurens County is comfortably outside of any potential tropical storm or hurricane activity zone.  Companies in Dublin take advantage of all the benefits of being in close proximity to the deep water port of Savannah without the inclement weather risks. The ideal climate here also provides companies with practically no issues related to work stoppages that occur due to snow and ice events that are common in the Northeastern United States.  Year round productivity is one of the many competitive advantages of this area.


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