What is the climate of South Carolina?
South Carolina has a humid, subtropical climate. Average temperatures range from 68F (20C) on the coast to 58F (14C) in the northwest, with colder temperatures in the mountains. Summers are hot: in the central part of the state, temperatures often exceed 90F (32C), with a record of 111F (44C) set at Camden on 28 June 1954. In the northwest, temperatures of 32F(0C) or less occur from 50 to 70 days a year; the record low for the state is 20F (29C), set at Caesars Head Mountain on 18 January 1977. The daily mean temperature at Columbia is 44F(7C) in January and 81F (27C) in July.
Rainfall is ample throughout the state, averaging 48.3 in (122.7 cm) annually at Columbia and ranging from 38 in (97 cm) in the central region to 52 in (132 cm) in the upper Piedmont. Snow and sleet (averaging 2 in/5 cm a year at Columbia) occur about three times annually, but more frequently and heavily in the mountains.
South Carolina has mild winters. The southern portion is the warmest. Temperatures decline to the northwest. Summers are very warm in South Carolina, with generally even temperatures. The northwest is slightly cooler. Rainfall is usually abundant throughout the state. The southeast and northwest receive the most precipitation. It's my belief that it was pretty much the same way when the state was a colony.So the climate is sub-tropical humid in some sort
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South Carolina vs. Florida State (FSU) All Time Record 3-15 1966 - FSU 32 - South Carolina 10 1967 - FSU 17 - South Carolina 0 1968 - FSU 35 - South Carolina 28 1969 - FSU 34 - South Carolina 9 1970 - FSU 21 - South Carolina 13 1971 - FSU 49 - South Carolina 18 1972 - South Carolina 24 - FSU 21 1973 - South Carolina 52 - FSU 12 1979…