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To give you an idea of what it’s like to live in Roanoke, it’s comfort index is 55 out of 100. A higher score indicates a more comfortable year-round climate with the average US score at 54. The City averages 45 inches of rain per year slightly higher than the national average. Winter brings about 16 inches of snow much less than the national average which is 26.
You can expect more than 219 sunny days per year with summer highs in July around 87 degrees. January winter lows are in the mid-twenties.
Things To Do In Charlottesville
There’s so much to explore in Charlottesville, from outdoor adventures to historic sites and museums. Take a scenic drive through Shenandoah National Park, shop downtown, or just sit and relax and a winery or brewery.
No other home in the United States more accurately reflects the personality of its owner than Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s architectural masterpiece.
There are too many spectacular vineyards in Charlottesville to spend your day at just one. The solution: winery and brewery tours.
Carter Mountain Orchard
Established in 1974 in an old apple barn, Carter Mountain Orchard’s retail business has grown into one of the most recognized farm markets in Virginia.
Stretching for eight blocks, this pedestrian-only area is popular with both visitors and locals, who say it’s the perfect spot to shop, eat or simply people-watch.
Beaver Creek Lake
Pack up the family, bring the boat, fishing rods, the dog(s) and a picnic lunch and you’re all set for a day in the great outdoors in the sunshine.
Stretching for 105 miles north and south along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Skyline Drive is the only public road through the 200,000-acre park.
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