Nashville has generally mild winters receiving occasional snowfall, but this is rare. Summers in Nashville are hot and humid, which is not surprising since Nashville is in the humid subtropical climate.
Spring and autumn are prone to thunderstorms and occasionally Nashvillians are subjected to tornadoes.
In 2008, Nashville was ranked as the 18th worse city for spring allergies in the Untied States by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.
Winter: The average high in January is 45º with anaverage of 4 inches of rain.
Spring: In April the average high is 70º with approximately 4 inches of rain.
Summer: The average high temperature is 88º in July with approximately 3.5 inches of rain.
Autumn: Autumns are often warm with an average high temperature of 71º in October and roughly 4.5 inches of rain.