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The Weather in Loudoun County
Check out the climate diagram for Loudoun County. July is the warmest month in Loudoun County with average maximum temperatures of 87°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 26° in January. The wettest month is May with 16 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 9 rainy days in September, which is the driest month.
Explore Appalachia from your Loudon County vacation home
Loudoun County, Virginia is known for its historic homes, rugged Appalachian scenery, and blossoming wine country. Vacation homes often feature large fenced yards, modern interiors, and mountain views.
With over 40 wineries and tasting rooms, Loudoun County is Appalachia's leading wine producing region. Head to the area around Snicker's Gap for Blue Ridge Mountain scenery as a backdrop to your tour or tasting. Bluemont Vineyard has the best view around and offers tastings seven days a week.
If you prefer a leisurely pace with shopping opportunities, the wineries along historic Route 15 make for an outstanding day trip. Roadside stands and antique shops make for fun stops as you make your way from one winery to the next. Winery 32 makes a great lunch stop, with unique peach-based wines and a bistro menu.
The Marshall House makes a great stop for history buffs. Docent-led tours through this former home of General C. Marshall cover multiple floors of the mansion and the expansive grounds. Don't miss the short film for information on both world wars.
Visit the Oatlands Historic House & Garden for a fascinating look into plantation life. The mansion features manicured gardens, knowledgeable tour guides, and many antique furnishings. For a spooky experience book a paranormal tour and learn about the house's haunted history.
The world's longest hiking-only footpath, the Appalachian Trail, passes just west of Loudoun County. This destination is perfect for day hikers, with four miles of trail ranging from easy to moderate in difficulty. Visit the local park office for maps and area information.
This section of trail passes through notable Civil War battlefields, hills, and piney woods. Both Maryland and Virginia can be reached on foot, and visitors can find a variety of additional attractions along the way including historic towns and national parks. Early mornings are the best time for wildlife viewing and photography.
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