Savannah Frozen Forsyth Park Fountain

Savannah Icy Winter Dream

Frozen Forsyth Park Fountain Winter Dream

When we chose Savannah as our next destination, it was partly because of the weather. In December, the average is supposed to be between 40 and 63°F. So, I never expected to encounter a frozen fountain in Forsyth Park. It’s a beautiful sight, and one that’s relatively rare, so we’re happy to have seen it. But we’re done, now. Could someone please give us back the warm weather we had been promised?

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3 responses to “Savannah Icy Winter Dream”

  1. Junebug Avatar

    Before we moved to Savannah last month my hubby looked up the average temperatures. Last night I asked me if he lied to me because it definitely has not been as warm as I was hoping. Thanks for the awesome pictures. I would have loved to see it in person but it would have meant crawling out of my pile of blankets.

  2. Brad Powell Avatar
    Brad Powell

    Several of your pics are outstanding….very poster-worthy and/or travel log book cover. I understand the local tourism folk may cringe at the thought of showing Savannah in Deep Freeze. But hey, it’s a beautiful city, no matter what ! Almost like Kentucky.

  3. Marsha Avatar

    I really had no idea it could even get that cold in Savannah but hey, if the results are gorgeous shots like these, I’ll take it! My favorite shot is the one of the mer-cherub with the rainbow. Hope you guys packed your winter things!

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