Nashville Weather In October
The highest recorded temperature for Nashville Tennessee for the past 71 years in October was 94 degrees Fahrenheit, measured on October 23, 1953, while the regular high temperature is 71. The record low October temperature in Nashville for the last 71 years was 26 measured on October 8, 1987, and the standard low recorded daily temperature is 49.
United States NWS historical Nashville October Weather data records that on October 10, 1993, the high temperature did not exceed 39 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Nashville in the past 71 years. NWS weather data additionally shows that on October 4, 1986, the lowest recorded temperature on that day did not drop below 74 degrees, the highest low measured in Nashville in the last 71 years.
According to the National Weather Service, the high temperature in Nashville in October on the first day of the month averages 78 degrees and the high on the last day of the month averages 70 degrees. The daily low temperature in Nashville on October First averages 54 degrees Fahrenheit and the low on the last day of October averages 48 degrees.
Nashville usually receives an average of 2.87 inches of precipitation during the month. The most precipitation measured in a single day, as indicated by October Nashville Weather data, was 2.93 inches on October 8, 1959.