Planning for future RV travel? Need to know where it doesn’t snow? Here’s the top 6 states with the least snow to get you started on your plans.

    • 1 Planning for future RV travel? Need to know where it doesn’t snow? Here’s the top 6 states with the least snow to get you started on your plans.
    • 2 #6 of states with the least snow – Georgia
    • 3 #5 of states with the least snow – Mississippi
    • 4 #4 of states with the least snow – Alabama
    • 5 # 3 of states with the least snow – Louisiana
    • 6 #2 of states with the least snow – Florida
    • 7 # 1 of states with the least snow – Hawaii
      • 7.1 Yes, Hawaii DOES get snow!
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    #6 of states with the least snow – Georgia

    When it comes to Georgia and snow, it’s all about what area you visit. For example, parts of northern Georgia can see up to as much as three inches of snow each year. If you want to avoid snow altogether, stick to central and southern Georgia, where less than an inch of snow a year is the norm. By the way, the higher snow totals in northern Georgia are due to the Northeastern mountain region .

    #5 of states with the least snow – Mississippi

    If you hate snow and want to avoid it at all costs, many areas of Mississippi are bound to deliver . The Gulf Coast and southern regions of Mississippi see an average of half an inch of snow or less each year. Central Mississippi usually gets less than an inch of snow, but northern Mississippi can get up to two inches, though it’s infrequent.

    It’s worth noting that the Gulf Coast of Mississippi is a popular vacation destination. Winter months offer high temperatures in the 60s. Cities throughout the Gulf Coast, like Biloxi and Gulfport, offer a variety of holiday events throughout the winter months. 

    Another great winter event in coastal Mississippi is, of course, Mardi Gras. Though more commonly associated with Louisiana, Mardi Gras has a 300-year history on the Gulf Coast. Numerous Mardi Gras events take place beginning in January and into February. Check out a video below we made a few years ago about a visit to Gautier, Mississippi.

    #4 of states with the least snow – Alabama

    The Alabama Gulf Coast and southern Alabama are a great escape from the white stuff. Most cities in these regions average .2 inches or less of snow a year – not exactly the best destination for cross-country skiers. That isn’t to say snow is completely out of question. Some cities in Alabama have seen record snowfall amounts of more than 13 inches.

    # 3 of states with the least snow – Louisiana

    Average  snowfall throughout Louisiana is an inch or less, making the state a consistently snow-free destination. Winter highs are likely to be in the mid-60s. In addition to its temperate climate, Louisiana has one impressive draw for winter traveling: Mardi Gras!

    Mardi Gras has been  openly celebrated in New Orleans since the 1730s. The Mardi Gras traditions began in France and then spread to French colonies. It was brought to New Orleans by a French–Canadian explorer in 1702. The traditions and celebrations have slowly grown over time to become what New Orleanians call the “Greatest Free Show on Earth.”

    The Carnival season begins on January 6, or King’s Day, kicking off a long stretch of celebrations and events. The date of Fat Tuesday changes every year and is always the day before Ash Wednesday.  Bacchus  and  Endymion  are two of the biggest parades of the season and happen the weekend before Fat Tuesday.

    #2 of states with the least snow – Florida

    Summing up the average snowfall in Florida is easy: none. Don’t believe it? It snowed in Florida 16 times in the entire 21st century. Simply put, temperatures don’t drop low enough.

    The average high  is in the mid-60s. The consistent weather and lack of winter precipitation make Florida a great destination for vacationing. In fact, Florida is the  number one destination  in the United States for Canadian transplants, and one in four residents in Florida are seniors.

    As our RV Lifestyle Fellow Travelers know from previous reports , Florida is home to a number of attractions that make it a desirable vacation destination. One of the most well-known is Disney World (check out our video below), and some of the winter months are the least busy  at the park.

    Consider planning a trip in early to mid-December or January to mid-February. If you are looking for something a bit different, consider a visit to the  Kennedy Space Center  or  Everglades National Park .

    # 1 of states with the least snow – Hawaii

    Yes, Hawaii DOES get snow!

    Just not very much 🙂

    Are you really surprised? Of course not!  Much like Florida, Hawaii’s average yearly snowfall is non-existent. It also  boasts highs in the 80s and lows in the upper 60s.

    Weather like this should certainly make you consider saying “Aloha” to Hawaii in the winter months.

    The only place you are likely to see snow in Hawaii is at the top of the state’s three tallest volcanoes: Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, and Kilauea, all located on the Big Island.

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    Which state in USA has no winter?
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    Is the USA a welfare state?
    Together, the system of federal, state, and local programs that government runs to alleviate poverty and provide Americans with basic living needs like access to health care form the welfare state of the United States. more
    What is hottest state in USA?
    The Ten Hottest U.S. States
    • Florida. Florida is the hottest state in the U.S., with an average annual temperature of 71.5°F (21.9°C) between 1991 and 2020.
    • Hawaii. Hawaii is the second-hottest state in the U.S., with an average annual temperature of 70.2°F.
    • Louisiana.
    • Texas.
    • Georgia.
    • Mississippi.
    • Alabama.
    • South Carolina.
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    Which state is safest in USA?
    New Jersey Safest states, ranked Violent crimes score Total score 1. New Jersey 15.1 71.6 2. New Hampshire 16.3 68.0 3. Rhode Island 14.2 66.3 4. Maine 17.3 66.0 more
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    Maine ranks first in the nation for public safety. Fellow New England state New Hampshire places second in this subcategory, followed by Idaho, New Jersey and Connecticut. more
    What state has the shortest winter?
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    What state is ml in USA?
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    Is USA a welfare state?
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    Whats the safest state in usa?
    New Jersey, the top-ranked safest state, was given a score of 71.6, followed by New Hampshire and Rhode Island in second and third place, respectively. When it comes to the lowest amount of violent crime, Vermont outranked all others, while Massachusetts had the least amount of property crime. more
    Which state is hottest in USA?
    Florida 1. Florida. Florida is the hottest state in the U.S., with an average annual temperature of 71.5°F (21.9°C) between 1991 and 2020. It is the southernmost contiguous U.S. state with a subtropical climate in its northern and central regions and a tropical climate in its southern regions. more
    Which state is poorest in USA?
    Poverty rates were highest in the states of Mississippi (19.58%), Louisiana (18.65%), New Mexico (18.55%), West Virginia (17.10%), Kentucky (16.61%), and Arkansas (16.08%), and they were lowest in the states of New Hampshire (7.42%), Maryland (9.02%), Utah (9.13%), Hawaii (9.26%), and Minnesota (9.33%). more

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