Sevierville Weather and Average Temperatures by Month

Situated in easter Tennessee, Sevierville is a gorgeous town nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. This is a gorgeous community where visitors can enjoy boating the Pigeon River, touring local wineries, and so much more. But before you set a date and start packing your clothes, it might help to get an idea of the type of weather you can expect during your travels. Take a look at the following Sevierville annual weather patterns:

Sevierville Weather and Average Temperatures by Month


January is the coldest month for Sevierville with an av average high temperature of just 44 degrees Fahrenheit. The average lows for this month are a blustering 28 degrees Fahrenheit. Sevierville has an average of about five days of snowfall during this month, with the outlying areas getting even more. If you’re looking for a winter wonderland hike amidst frozen waterfalls and caves boasting icicles, then this is a good time to book your trip.


February is just a bit warmer than January, with an average high of 49.5 degrees Fahrenheit and an average low jumping up to 32 degrees Fahrenheit. This similar temperature means visitors can expect about the same average of five days of snow for the month. Of course, being a shorter month in days, this does mean that February is technically the month with the most snowfall for Sevierville.


March is officially the first month of spring — but it is a pretty mild transition as any given year will typically see about two or three days of snow this month in Sevierville. Additionally, you can expect a lot of rain this month, with an average of nearly 16 full days of rain. That means it will rain, on average, every other day you visit in March, so make sure you pack a raincoat and umbrella. The average temperatures for this month are a high of 57 degrees Fahrenheit and a low of 39 degrees Fahrenheit.


April is a balmy month if a rainy one. You can expect an average of 15 days of rain for Sevierville this month but very, very rarely will it snow at all. The average highs jump up in April, reaching a nice 67 degrees Fahrenheit with an average low of 47 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the month when many of the wildflowers around the region start to come into bloom. Those flowers paired with the warmer but still light jacket weather make April a prime time for hiking and other outdoor adventures around Sevierville.


No more risk of any snowfall in May, but still a lot of rain. This town gets about 16 days on average of rain each May. The good news is that May is when days really start to lengthen, with the average day length being 14.1 hours in May. Temperatures this month are also fantastic with highs of 76 degrees Fahrenheit and average lows of 54 degrees Fahrenheit. May is a gorgeous spring month with plenty of blooming flowers and trees rich with new leaves.


June is the first true month of summer and an ideal time to visit Sevierville if you are looking for water adventures on the Pigeon River. The average high for June in Sevierville is a pretty hot 84 degrees Fahrenheit with an average low of 60 degrees Fahrenheit — so still pretty warm. Lots of rain this month, however, with Sevierville averaging 16.8 rainfall days and 2.2 inches of precipitation each June.


Temperatures barely inch up for this month, with average highs at 86 degrees Fahrenheit and average lows at 63 degrees Fahrenheit. Slight differences but these differences do make July the warmest month of the year for Sevierville. It also tends to be the rainiest, averaging a whopping 18.9 days of rain. That’s two-thirds of the month! This high heat mixed with tons of rains creates a more humid environment (only December has a higher humidity) that may not be comfortable for all travelers.


August temperatures dip almost imperceptibly from July’s. The average during August for Sevierville, TN is 85 degrees Fahrenheit and the average low is 62 degrees Fahrenheit. However, this is when the area starts drying up and the average rainfall (and thereby relative humidity rates) drops to 16 days per month. This is a great month to visit the Tennessee town if you like a hotter, dryer vacation.


A true border month, September for some is the very waning of summer while others see it as the first of autumn. The lovely temperatures support both. The average lows are around 58 degrees Fahrenheit and the average highs are just under 80 degrees Fahrenheit. When booking your vacation, you can expect to see more hot days the first two weeks of the month and more cool ones the last two weeks.


October is one of the most popular times to visit Sevierville. People from around the country flock to town in order to experience the beautiful leaf changes in the surrounding mountains and countryside. It also helps that the weather is downright perfect here. Average highs are 68 degrees Fahrenheit and average lows is 47 degrees Fahrenheit — perfect bonfire and fire pit weather.


November is another one of those odd border months in which it partly features very autumn weather, but later in the month, the temperature drops to a decidedly winter setting. The average highs during this month is a mild 56 degrees Fahrenheit and the average low a more blustery 38 degrees Fahrenheit. While this average is above freezing, some days do drop further down and as such, this month sees about 1.5 days of snow a year.


Officially winter, December is a chilly month for Sevierville. The average high is 49 degrees Fahrenheit and the average low is 34 degrees Fahrenheit. The town gets a lot of rain (averaging 12.5 days of rainfall) and a handful of snowfall days every year. So make sure you pack the winter gear if you travel this month.

For All Months, You Will Find Fun in Sevierville

Sevierville is a dynamic town with plenty of attractions to excite, inform, and engage visitors. Just make sure you pack the right clothes and choose the best month for your temperature preferences in order to best enjoy what Sevierville has to offer. And don’t forget to check our other pages to see some of the town’s best attractions in detail!