Norris Tennessee Weather
Highs are back in the 90s today, with scattered showers, but not as warm as the high of 92 last week.
Get the Norris Arm for the latest weather forecast, including the latest forecast for today, tomorrow and the rest of the week in our Norris Tennessee weather blog. We have seen a lot of rain in the last few days, but not as much as last week, with only a few showers and thunderstorms.
Our local Norris weather report offers high and low Fahrenheit (Celsius) temperatures derived from the US Weather Service's National Climatic Data Center. All other weather data, including precipitation, wind speed, humidity, temperature and wind direction, are provided by NOAA's NWS National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and other sources.
Spring at Norris Lake usually starts in January and ends in May, but if you are there in June, the weather will be warm and pleasant for those who have been there since August. Average winter temperatures range from -20 to 25 degrees Celsius, and average summer temperatures range from 0 to 60 degrees Celsius.
The summer months are the most humid, with the windiest day of the year being February 25. The average wind speed is 5.6 miles per hour every day, while the quietest day this year is August 1. On July 31, average wind speeds are 3.2 miles per hour on quieter days, and 4.5 miles or more on July 4 and 6.
The probability of Norris getting muggy on any given day rises from 3% in May to 34% during the month.
Norris' average wind speed decreases from 4.7 miles per hour to 3.8 miles per hour over the month. Average wind speeds per hour for Norris are down from 2.5 miles per hour in May to 1.6 miles per hour on June 2 and 3 and from 5.1 to 6.2 miles on June 4, but not as much as the average for the rest of Tennessee over the same period. Over the course of a month, average hourly wind speeds in and around Norris dropped from 4 to 4. 7 miles or more per minute in April and May and dropped to 2.6 to 4.4 and 6.8 miles per hour on July 1 and July 2.
The above Norris, TN weather data are provided by NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) National Weather Service (NWS). This report illustrates typical weather in and around Norris based on data from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC). The average temperature and dew point for Norris during July and July 2 were sufficient to contribute to the estimate of the dew point temperature in Norris and the rest of Tennessee.
The precipitation value, which is based on three hours of precipitation concentrated on the given hour, falls linearly and amounts to 10% precipitation. The most common form of precipitation in the year is rain alone, with the classification based on the number of days with at least one day of more than one hour of rain.
Owners of floating homes in Norris have fought to compromise on new regulations, and they are fighting back. During the month of May the clouds or skies remain mostly cloudy at 47%, but the clouds are essentially constant. In June, July, August, September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May and June of this year, the clouds are essentially covered at a constant level of 1.5 to 2.0%. Throughout July and into the first two weeks of August and into the second week of September 2017, the sky is overcast or predominantly cloudy at all times, with a rate of or above 47%. Until April, early March and early April 2018, the skies will be 'cloudy' or 'mostly cloudy' at times.
The forecast for the next two weeks is based on strong winds that are causing blizzards with heavy snowfall in the Sierra and the south - the central Rockies. In the long term, he has a very good chance of breaking rainfall records in Nashville in February, but not as good as in February 2017.
People who do not get along well with muggy, muggy weather may not like Norris Lake as much as others. Based on these values, the best time of year to visit Norris is for a visit to the Lake and Tennessee River Valley, in late June through early September. In the south, the central Rockies have a very good chance of heavy snowfall, but not as good as in recent years. The South is one of the most dangerous places in Tennessee for snow, ice and snow.
The Tennessee Floating neighborhood is scattered around Norris Lake and can get pretty messy, but it is also one of the best places in the state for outdoor activities.