With temperatures starting to dip, weather in Pigeon Forge can fluctuate from one end of the spectrum to another. The fall and winter seasons can see highs all the way up in the 70s and lows in the 20s so leaving a jacket or an extra set of clothes in your car isn’t that bad of an idea right now.
You wouldn’t be lying if you said that Pigeon Forge, TN in the Great Smoky Mountains is popularly known for truly having all 4 seasons. Each season seems to top the previous as spring brings colors, wildlife, smells, and incredible temperatures. Summer then ushers in the warm, sunny days perfect for hitting the pool, lake, or mountain streams. Fall is arguably the most popular season with the bursting colors, festivals, foods, and that sweet lil’ nip in the air. The winter season often blankets the mountains with a white layer of snow making cabins and fireplaces an extremely enjoyable vacation destination! There simply isn’t a “bad” time to visit Pigeon Forge, TN. There is always something to do no matter what the weather is!
For those of you that still love to plan and know what to expect, we have the average daily temperatures below as well as links to find the forecast and current weather conditions in Pigeon Forge, TN. On the bottom-right of every page on this site you will see the Pigeon Forge weather conditions along with the forecast and more info!
Average temperatures in Pigeon Forge, TN
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Locally in Pigeon Forge: (865)436-1200