Nashville ties record

Nashville ties record
Photo Credit: Bobby Boyd

 

Nashville and Crossville tie 40 year old record

The high temperature on May 23rd 2010 in Nashville was 91 degrees. This tied the record for the date set previously in 1970. Normal high for this time of the year in Nashville is 80 degrees. Crossville also tied the record high temperature for the same date with 85 degrees set previously in 1970. Normal high for this time of the year in Crossville is 75 degrees.

 

The earliest that Nashville has recorded 90 degrees was back on April 17th 1955.

The latest that Nashville has recorded 90 degrees was on October 10th in 1980.

The most 90 degree days was back in 1954 when there were 96 days of 90 degrees and above.

The least number of 90 degree days was in 2004 with only 20. There were also only 20 days of 90 degrees and above in 1967.

Nashville averages about 52 days of 90 degrees and above each year.

The most consecutive days of 90 degrees and above was 34 days from July 26th to August 28th 2007.

 

Bobby Boyd
Meteorologist
National Weather Service
Nashville, TN

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 



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