Washington County lies in the Ridge and Valley Appalachians, an area of alternating fertile agricultural valleys and forested mountainous ridges. Most communities lie at about 2,000 feet above sea level. The county enjoys a four-season climate with warm summers and mild winters, ideal for year-round recreation.

White's Mill Abingdon VA

July high: 85 degrees

January low: 22 degrees

Annual low temperature: 42.3 degrees F

Average temperature: 53.9 degrees F

Average sunny days: 200

Comfort index = 46 (higher is better) (U.S. average is 44)

Average annual snowfall = 17.7 inches (U.S. average is 25)

(Source: Sperling’s Best Places)

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  • Whitney Bonham
    Whitney BonhamDirector of Economic Development and Community Relations
    Tel. 276-525-1300