Best Time to Visit Virginia
Virginia is history, expressed in thousands of memorials, monuments, small colonial cities and a multitude of historic sites. Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown (the Historic Triangle) and Charlottesville and Fredericksburg are major examples of that Colonial Virginia. But Virginia offers also summer beaches (Virginia Beach) and top attractions as the Shenandoah National Park and Valley.
Best time to visit Virginia
When not to go to Virginia
Richmond, Virginia Weather Table
MAIN GEOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES
WHAT TO VISIT IN VIRGINIA STATE?
Best time to visit Shenandoah
Best time to visit Virginia Beach
Best time to visit Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown
Best time to visit Richmond, Fredericksburg and Northern Virginia
Virginia Travel Destinations Map
BEST TIME TO VISIT AND TRAVEL TO VIRGINIA
Virginia summer is hot and normally humid, and only moderated by ocean breezes, contrasting with winter: winter (or even early spring) is often too cold.
It's also a very changeable weather, with moderate precipitation all over the year (snow is normally restricted to December and January, and frequently restricted to colder regions).
If we only consider the weather issue, then the best time to visit Virginia is undoubtedly mid and late spring - May, June – orlate-summer and autumn; or summer... if you want to enjoy beach life in Virginia Beach or around.
WHEN NOT TO GO TO VIRGINIA
Those who don't like high temperature and aren't interested in summer resorts as Virginia beach, should avoid Virginia's summer. Humidity and high temperatures may turn July and August uncomfortable months.
If you want to avoid the possibility of snow or bitterly cold weather, avoid also the Winter.
For details about Virginia weather, see table below.
Richmond Virginia Table Weather