Nashville Weather In September
The record high September temperature in Nashville Tennessee for the last 71 years was 105 degrees Fahrenheit, on September 5, 1954, while the average high temperature is 82. The coldest day reported in Nashville in September for the past 71 years was 36 most recently encountered on September 21, 1983, and the average low daily temperature is 61.
According to National Weather Service Nashville September Weather data, on September 28, 1967, the recorded high temperature did not exceed 53 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Nashville in the past 71 years. NWS weather data additionally shows that on September 19, 1954, the lowest recorded temperature on that day did not drop below 77 degrees, the highest low measured in Nashville in the last 71 years.
Historical weather data accumulated by the National Weather Service shows that the average daily high temperature in Nashville on September First is 88 degrees Fahrenheit and the average high on the last day of September is 78 degrees. The low temperature in Nashville in September on the first day of the month averages 67 degrees and the low temperature on the last day of the month averages 55 degrees.
Nashville usually receives an average of 3.59 inches of precipitation during September. September Nashville Weather records indicate that on September 21, 1979 Nashville received 6.6 inches of precipitation, the highest amount of rain recorded in a single day in September.