It’s fall, the leaves are changing, the air is cooler and a bit crisper, hay rides and corn mazes are the flavor of the day, and people are pouring into the region to find out if everything they read and see in those beautiful Smoky Mountain pictures really do happen. To put it bluntly, this is THE time to be in the Smokies.
Fall in the Smoky Mountains and Sevierville means a lot of things from festivals to events to hiking and camping, and all those require a bit a of information on one singular aspect: weather.
On average, the temperature in Sevierville during the month of October is around 73 degrees, while in November it dips down a bit more to around 62 degrees. Those are some pretty ideal numbers for getting out and about and really enjoying some fall scenery. Meanwhile, lows during the overnight hours can dip to around 45 in October and 35 degrees in November. Just be sure to take that into account if part of your excursion includes camping.
October is also the least rainy month (2.46′) for Sevierville on average before creeping back up to around 3.5 inches for the month of November. Like the fall foliage, it’s a “catch me if you can” type of month for Sevierville.
Here are a few links to some helpful sites for Sevierville weather, especially if you’re planning an upcoming trip to the Smokies this fall or winter:
Check out the Weather Channel’s latest forecast for Sevierville, TN.
Accuweather’s up-to-date Sevierville forecast.
Looking for tips on the best time to catch the fall colors in Sevierville?
Yahoo! also gives viewers the Sevierville forecast and a weather radar map for the Southeast region.