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UGA Cooperative Extension: Georgia 4-H: Environmental Education

Burton 4-H Center

'Tis the Season

Below is a seasonal outline of the weather typical on Tybee Island.  Once you have made a reservation, use this list to assist in class selection and preparing a packing list for your group.  Predicting the weather is nearly impossible so be prepared for a chilly night, a rainy day, windy classes, etc.  Classes are held in all weather conditions unless the situation is deemed hazardous by the Camp Director and Program Coordinator.  Students that are prepared have a better experience than those that are not.  Prior to departure check the weather (www.weather.com) for the weather forecast.  All classes, except Surf Sleuth, are offered year round. Because many of our classes are outdoors, always bring bug spray and sunscreen.

Early Fall (September - October)

  • Very warm
  • Rain possible
  • All classes offered

Late Fall (November - December)

  • Mild to chilly temperatures in the morning
  • Comfortable temperatures in the afternoon
  • Too chilly for Surf Sleuth

Early Spring (January-February)

  • Mild to chilly temperatures
  • Typically highs in the 60’s and lows in the 40’s
  • Too chilly for Surf Sleuth

Mid-Spring (March-early April)

  • Mild temperatures
  • Possibly too chilly for Surf Sleuth

Late Spring (late April-May)

  • Hot
  • Ocean water temperature nice
  • All classes offered

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