Centreville, Chantilly and Fairfax County Weather
Northeast Virginia enjoys four diverse seasons. Summers are balmy and hot, with a fair bit of rain to keep things from drying out (between 3 to four inches a month on average) and winters are cold and snowy. Washington D.C. gets between 5 and 6 inches of snowfall in January and February (the coldest months) while western Fairfax County, Loudoun County and Prince William County tend to see substantially more (between 8 and 9 inches during the same period). Springs are of course delightful, with budding trees and seasonal flowers accompanying the thaw, and autumns are especially lovely, with leaves turning golden in time for Thanksgiving. An annual precipitation rate of 40.5 inches allows for a generous growing season of over six months.
|Summer||88Âº F||62Âº F|
|Fall||80Âº F||46Âº F|
|Winter||47Âº F||25Âº F|
|Spring||68Âº F||43Âº F|
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