Greenbrier County, that verdant slice of pastoral majesty we call home, is on a plateau on the leeward side of the Alleghany Mountains, about 2,300 feet above sea level. Our elevation blesses us with gentle breezes, unusually clear skies and the kind of air that makes you want to breathe deeply and smile.
Generally, our guest should expect moderate days and cool evenings, even in the height of summer. Sunny days and limited cloud cover are typical year round. Our mountain winters are generally mild with moderate snow. In fact, we consider ourselves lucky to receive an occasional white Christmas.
We are often asked when it is best to visit, but there is no correct answer. Anytime is the right time to enjoy Lewisburg and The General Lewis.
Below are average temperatures for Lewisburg by the month: