Weather in Atlanta is always humid, and it’s generally mild in the winter and harsh in the summer. Temperatures in winter occasionally fall below 30 degrees during the day, while temperatures between June and August routinely rise above 90 degrees. During the spring and fall, the temperature can be extremely unpredictable. Droughts are common during the summers, and rain is usually unpredictable throughout the year. One should note that the high humidity makes temperatures harsher than they would be in locations with less humidity.
Take it from someone who knows—those who have problems with pollen and hay fever in the spring should keep their allergy prescriptions filled all the time. The weather here has made some claim that they’re simply allergic to Atlanta. However, if you are tired of harsh winters and enjoy a warm climate, then you won’t have a problem with Georgia Tech.