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Madison, Mississippi, has a sunny, subtropical climate with four distinct seasons. Winters are short and generally mild. Snowfall is possible, however significant accumulation is rare. Summer-like weather is common from May through September. High temperatures during this period commonly reach into the 90s, but rarely beyond.

On average, 214 days per year are at least partly sunny. Precipitation falls an average 111 days for an annual rainfall of 56 inches.

  

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St. Andrew’s students achieve perfect scores - See more at: http://onlinemadison.com/Content/

Feb 13, 2017

St. Andrew’s students achieve perfect scores BY DUNCAN DENT Wednesday, February 8, 2017 6:00 PM...

MCEDA LAUNCHES ONLINE SURVEY REGARDING COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS

Nov 18, 2016

CANTON, MS – The Madison County Economic Development Authority’s (MCEDA) in...


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