Nashville Weather

Averages By Month

Nashville, Tennessee, is a dynamic vacation destination renowned for its rich musical heritage, vibrant culture, and Southern charm. With a population of approximately 700,000, Nashville experiences distinct seasons, with average temperatures ranging from highs of 90°F (32°C) in summer to lows of 30°F (-1°C) in winter. Annual temperatures average around 60°F (15°C), with occasional gusty winds and moderate rainfall patterns enhancing the city's diverse appeal throughout the year.

Current Weather Nashville

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Local Time

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Averages Nashville

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High °F

63° 66° 72° 79° 86° 90° 91° 91° 86° 79° 70° 64°

Low °F

41° 45° 50° 57° 64° 72° 73° 73° 68° 59° 48° 43°


3 5 6 7 8 10 9 9 8 7 5 4

Rain days

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Water °F

54° 54° 54° 53° 53° 54° 56° 57° 58° 56° 56° 55°

Nashville Weather by Month

Best Time to Visit Nashville

The optimal time to visit Nashville, Tennessee, is during the spring months of March to May and the fall months of September to November. These seasons boast pleasant weather with temperatures ranging from 60°F to 80°F (15°C to 27°C), ideal for exploring the city's vibrant music scene, historic landmarks, and outdoor attractions. Spring offers blooming flowers and fewer crowds, while fall showcases colorful foliage and cultural events like music festivals and food fairs. Winter sees cooler temperatures ranging from 30°F to 50°F (-1°C to 10°C), making indoor activities like museum visits and live performances popular options, although holiday events add festive charm. Summer brings hot and humid weather with temperatures between 70°F to 90°F (21°C to 32°C), along with crowded tourist spots and occasional thunderstorms, but outdoor concerts and festivals abound, providing lively entertainment options.

Things to know about Nashville

Nashville, often dubbed "Music City," is a vibrant destination in Tennessee known for its rich musical heritage, lively honky-tonks, and iconic landmarks like the Grand Ole Opry. Visitors can explore historic neighborhoods, enjoy world-class dining, and immerse themselves in the city's thriving arts scene.

Sightseeing Places:

·       Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum: Explore exhibits showcasing the history of country music, including artifacts and memorabilia from legendary artists.

·       The Parthenon: Visit this full-scale replica of the ancient Greek monument, located in Centennial Park, featuring art galleries and a 42-foot statue of Athena.  

Cultural or Historical Relevant Places: 

·       Ryman Auditorium: Attend a live performance or take a guided tour of this historic venue, known as the "Mother Church of Country Music."

·       Belle Meade Plantation: Step back in time with a tour of this historic plantation mansion, offering insights into Tennessee's antebellum history.

    Fun Tourist Activities Related to Beach and Water Activities:

·       Cumberland River Cruises: Enjoy scenic boat tours along the Cumberland River, offering panoramic views of the Nashville skyline and waterfront attractions.

·       Percy Priest Lake: Spend a day relaxing or engaging in water activities like swimming, boating, and fishing at this nearby reservoir.



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