Nashville Weather In July
The highest recorded temperature for Nashville for the past 71 years in July was 107 degrees Fahrenheit, measured on July 27, 1952, while the standard high temperature is 89. The lowest documented temperature in July for Nashville for the past 71 years was 54 most recently registered on July 8, 1972, and the standard low recorded daily temperature is 70.
United States National Weather Service historical Nashville July weather data indicates that on July 21, 1970, the measured high temperature did not exceed 68 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Nashville in the past 71 years. Weather Service records also indicate that on July 13, 1954, the low temperature for the day was not measured below 85 degrees, the highest low measured in Nashville in the last 71 years.
National Weather Service records indicate that the high temperature in Nashville on July First averages 89 degrees and the high on the last day of the month averages 90 degrees. The low temperature in Nashville in July on the first day of the month averages 69 degrees and the low temperature on the last day of the month averages 70 degrees.
Nashville typically receives an average of 3.77 inches of rain during the month. July Nashville Weather records indicated that on July 5, 1950 Nashville received 3.33 inches of precipitation, the most rain recorded in a single day in July.