Does it Snow in South Carolina?
No… Well sort of.
South Carolina never experiences snowfall despite being a more centered state. Sometimes you can record small amounts of snowfall within the center of the state, but the coastal regions experience no recordable snowfall.
Why doesn’t it snow in South Carolina?
The humidity and the temperature drop make it a ripe location for snowfall, but the proximity to the coast prevent snow from ever accumulating because the salt water that precipitates in the cloud is harder to freeze.
This is why the more inland areas of south Carolina can receive snowfall without the coastal regions remaining touched. This is one of the reason why Hilton Head Island is sought after every year.
This makes for great…