Rabun County had a record 14 inches of snow on Jan 7, 1988, which is the most in a single day. In the last three winters, it accumulated 28.8 inches of snow. It’s snowiest winter month came in December 2017, when 12.6 inches clung to the ground.
Annually, the northeasternmost county in the state gets four inches of snow, according to Best Places. The winter low is 26 degrees and even though January and December are considered the least comfortable months of the year, the county still has a 7.5 on the annual BestPlaces Comfort Index.