I lived there for 10 years, it never snowed... in fact, ther winter last for only about a week. If you go to Valdosta expect only two season; summer and fall. There is however a rumor that it snowed this year, but I doubt it. Last time it snowed was in 1993. It's the best place on earth to live!
Go to a weather website like www.weather.com. Enter your zipcode then selected extended forecast, or 10 day forecast, or 5 day forecast depending on which weather site you go to.
About 90% of the atmospheric mass is in the troposphere. You can tell because 90% of the pressure increase occurs in the troposphere. Pressure goes from zero in space to 100 mb at the tropopause to 1000 mb at the surface.
The weather in the northern central plains is hot and humid in the summer with some heavy downpours and frequent thunderstorms. Fall has fewer thunderstorms and the temperature and rainfall are quite variable. Early snows that melt quickly sometimes occur in the fall. The winters are generally quite cold. The Sioux range extended from present day North Dakota and Montana down to Kansas and Colorado. In the Black Hills (one of the traditional wintering regions) the weather is fierce in winter and narrow canyons provided some shelter from persistent winds. Spring starts in early April in Kansas but much later in the northern portion of Sioux territory.
Yes it is.