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Cartersville Area Climate                
Northwest Georgia weather is generally pleasant. The annual average high temperature for Cartersville is 74.3 degrees... with average winter highs in the  50's and average summer highs in the upper 80's. The annual average low temperature for Cartersville is 48.9 degrees... with average winter lows in the low 30's and average summer lows in the mid-to-upper 60's. Annual average rainfall is about 51 inches, with February being the wettest month and October the driest. Average annual snowfall is about 1 inch. The Cartersville area averages 213 sunny days each year and experiences precipitation an average of 112 days each year. Cartersville sits at an elevation of 768 feet above sea level, though area ridges and mountains are much higher.
Community Links
• Cartersville Medical Center
• Cartersville Visitors Bureau                                 
Cartersville Chamber of Commerce
Bartow County Government

• Bartow 911 Emergency Services
• Bartow County Sheriff's Office
• City of Cartersville
• Social Security Administration

Lake Allatoona Dam
Red Top Mountain State Park
Historic Roselawn In Cartersville
Etowah Indian Mounds
Cartersville Medical Center

Community Information
Located in Northwest Georgia at the junction of the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains with the Ridge & Valley and Piedmont regions of the state, history and beautiful scenery provide the backdrop for Bartow County and the county seat of Cartersville. According to the 2010 US Census 101,157 residents call the county home. Situated along Interstate 75, Bartow County is on the northern edge of the metropolitan Atlanta area.
Founded in 1832, Bartow County was previously home to the Woodland and the Creek Indians until the mid-1700's, when the Cherokee took control of the region until displaced by white settlers in the 1800's. The area was also the scene of several Civil War skirmishes and battles, including the famous Great Locomotive Chase. Today Bartow is a prosperous growing county with many new manufacturing plants.
The area features numerous shopping and dining opportunities, and a vibrant downtown area in Cartersville. First class medical care can be found at Cartersville Medical Center, Harbin Clinic, and from the many doctors located here. Lake Allatoona, the Etowah Indian Mounds, Red Top Mountain State Park, Roselawn, the Booth Western Art Museum, Tellus Science Museum, and numerous hiking trails are just a few of the many historical and recreational attractions in our area.