10 All-Time Hottest Weather Temperature Days in NashvilleFitness Equipment
These are the all-time ten hottest weather days recorded in the city of Nashville, Tennessee. The temperature data for Nashville dates back to 1871.
The hottest month of the year in Nashville is July, with an average temperature of 89.7. The second hottest month in Nashville is August at 88.7 degrees, followed by June at 86.1 degrees and September at 82.4 degrees.
Nashville has had plenty of 100 degree weather days in its history. The earliest 100 degree day in Nashville history was recorded on June 15, 1952. The latest it was ever 100 degrees in Nashville was September 11, 1983.
Only two dates in the month of July, the 18th and 31st, have never had a 100 day, though both had 99 degree days. The same is true in August, as only August 1st and August 2nd have never had 100 degree weather temperature days.
The record hottest temperature ever recorded in Nashville is 107 degrees. Nashville hit 107 degrees on consecutive days on July 27 and July 28, 1952. In recent times, Nashville hit 106 degrees on August 16, 2007.
10 All-Time Hottest Weather Temperature Days in Nashville
T-1. July 27, 1952 - 107 degrees
T-1. July 28, 1952 - 107 degrees
3. August 16, 2007 - 106
3. June 30, 1952 - 106
5. July 8, 1988 - 105
5. July 12, 1930 - 105
5. July 13, 1954 - 105
5. July 29, 1952 - 105
5. August 9, 1930 - 105
5. September 5, 1954 - 105
Nashville is the capital city of the state of Tennessee. It is located along the banks of the Cumberland River in north-central Tennessee. With a population of 630,000, Nashville is the second largest city in Tennessee after Memphis. However, if we count the entire Nashville metro area, which has population of 1.7 million people, than the Nashville area is the largest population center in Tennessee.
Nashville is most famous as the country music capital of the world. Millions of people visit the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville every year.
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