Which cities in the Southeast get the most sunlight? According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to determine the sunniest cities in the United States, below is the top 35 in the south.

(Rank) (City) (Annual % average possible sunshine)

1 KEY WEST, FL 76%
2 NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR 72%
3 MIAMI, FL 70%
4 APALACHICOLA, FL 66%
5 MACON, GA 66%
6 TAMPA, FL 66%
7 COLUMBIA, SC 64%
8 MEMPHIS, TN 64%
8 SHREVEPORT, LA 64%
10 TUPELO, MS 64%
11 CHARLESTON AP, SC 63%
12 JACKSONVILLE, FL 63%
13 RICHMOND, VA 63%
14 WILMINGTON, NC 63%
15 CHARLOTTE, NC 62%
16 LITTLE ROCK, AR 62%
17 SAVANNAH, GA 62%
18 FORT SMITH, AR 61%
19 JACKSON, MS 61%
20 ATLANTA, GA 60%
21 CAPE HATTERAS, NC 60%
22 GREENSBORO-WNSTN-SALM, NC 60%
23 GREENVILLE-SPARTANBURG AP, SC 60%
24 NORFOLK, VA 60%
25 PENSACOLA, FL 60%
26 ASHEVILLE, NC 59%
27 LYNCHBURG, VA 59%
28 BIRMINGHAM AP, AL 58%
29 MONTGOMERY, AL 58%
30 PADUCAH KY 58%
31 RALEIGH, NC 58%
32 BIRMINGHAM C.O., AL 57%
33 CHATTANOOGA, TN 57%
34 NEW ORLEANS, LA 57%
35 KNOXVILLE, TN 56%


Other notable cities: Louisville, KY at 56% and Nashville, TN, at 56%.