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Summer running in Charleston

Summers in Charleston get very hot and humid. June through August often sees temperatures of around 37°C98°F . It might be wise to do your training early in the mornings or on a treadmill indoors. The temperature in the warmest month of July is normally around 2781 to 35°C95°F at noon and 2170 to 28°C82°F at 6 AM.

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Winter running in Charleston

Winters in Charleston can get cold and snowy. January might see snow and the temperature is often below -10°C10°F .

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Charleston High School

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