Your Smoky Mountain Weather Reports for North Carolina and Tennessee
One of the most appealing advantages of the Great Smoky Mountains is the relatively temperate year round climate. Wildflowers in the spring, lazy summer days, beautiful fall colors and snow in the winter but mostly in higher elevations such as the Smoky Mountains in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
Below are the average year round temperature highs and lows for the lower elevation areas of the Smokies in places such as Gatlinburg Tennessee, Pigeon Forge Tennessee, Townsend Tennessee, Cosby Tennessee, Asheville North Carolina, and Cherokee North Carolina.
Gatlinburg Tennessee at 1,462 ft Average High and Low Temperatures in the Smokies
25 - 48
26 - 51
33 - 60
39 - 69
49 - 76
57 - 85
62 - 87
60 - 87
54 - 82
42 - 71
33 - 59
28 - 50
Great Smoky Mountains National Park at Clingmans Dome (6,643 ft) Average Temps
If the weather looks like it will be a washout for the day in Gatlinburg Tennessee, there is a good chance it can be beautiful in Asheville North Carolina. Just go where the weather is better for the outdoor activity you are planning.
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