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Hilton Head Island, SC Weather

Hilton Head Weather

Hilton Head Island's weather is ideal for those wanting to explore the outdoors and soak up the sunshine. The Hilton Head area features a balmy, subtropical climate year round.

The largest barrier island off the Atlantic coast between Long Island and the Bahamas, Hilton Head is located 40 miles north of Savannah, GA, and 90 miles south of Charleston, SC.

The Island lies on the Intracoastal Waterway and encompasses 42 square miles of semi- tropical, Lowcountry geography, including unspoiled sea marshes, creeks and lagoons, heavily wooded forests of tall pines, palmettos, magnolias and live oaks, and 12 miles of broad Atlantic beach. See a Hilton Head Island map for a complete view of the Hilton Head area.

Current Conditions:
Partly CloudyPartly CloudyFeels Like81°Avg. Humidity76Wind Speed14 MPH
5-Day Forcast:ConditionsHi/Lo °FPrecipitation
April 25TodayPartly CloudyPartly Cloudy81/6410%
April 26SaturdayClearClear84/6310%
April 27SundayClearClear84/6310%
April 28MondayChance of a ThunderstormChance of a Thunderstorm77/6420%
April 29TuesdayChance of a ThunderstormChance of a Thunderstorm77/6420%

Hilton Head Weather - Average low and high temperatures in Fahrenheit/Celsius

January: 40-59F/4-15C May: 64-83F/18-28C September: 69-85F/21-29C
February: 41-61F/5-16C June: 70-87F/21-31C October: 59-77F/15-25C
March: 48-68F/9-20C July: 74-89F/ 23-32C November: 49-69F/9-20C
April: 56-76F/13-24C August: 74-89F/23-32C December: 42-61F/6-16C
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1 Chamber of Commerce Drive
PO Box 5647
Hilton Head Island, SC 29938

Toll-Free in US: 800-523-3373

Hilton Head Island Visitor & Convention Bureau