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The I-20 runs east-west through Augusta, GA, between Atlanta, GA, and Columbia, SC.
Augusta has a humid subtropical climate, with short, mild winters, very hot, humid summers, and a wide diurnal temperature variation throughout much of the year, despite its low elevation and humidity.
The monthly daily average temperature ranges from 45.4 °F (7.4 °C) in January to 81.6 °F (27.6 °C) in July; there are 53 nights with the low reaching the freezing mark, 82 days reaching or exceeding 90 °F (32 °C), and 5.5 days reaching 100 °F (38 °C) annually.
Extreme temperatures range from −1 °F (−18 °C) on January 21, 1985 up to 108 °F (42 °C) on August 10, 2007, and August 21, 1983.
Snowfall is not nearly as common as in Atlanta, due largely to Augusta's elevation, with downtown Augusta being about 900 ft (270 m) lower than downtown Atlanta. The heaviest recorded snowfall was in February 1973 with 14.0″ snowfall (35.56 cm) Freezing rain is also a threat in wintertime.
Augusta, GA is in a very low risk hurricane zone. 41 hurricanes have been recorded in the Augusta, GA since 1930. The largest hurricane was Unnamed in 1944. The most recent Augusta, GA hurricane was Beryl in 2012.
The city was incorporated in 1736.
As of 2020, the population is 202,081 within the city and 611,000 in the metro area.
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