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By Zach Butler, Meteorologist Posted 10 days ago July 9, 2024

Great Smoky Mountains Weather Forecasts

Great Smoky Mountains Weather Forecasts

View hourly weather forecasts for every peak in the Great Smoky Mountains and surrounding areas in North Carolina and Tennessee.

Get current conditions, historical weather, sunrise/sunset times, moon phase, moonrise/moonset times, and 10-day hourly forecasts under the "Weather" tab on any mountain screen:

  • Temperature
  • Feels Like
  • Precipitation
  • Wind
  • Cloud Cover
  • Humidity
  • Lightning

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View Great Smoky Mountains and Other Peaks Weather Forecasts

Tap the links below to view each summit forecast:

Great Smoky Mountains National Park:

Andrews Bald

Big Cataloochee Mountain

Charlies Bunion

Chimney Tops

Clingmans Dome

Mount Cammerer

Mount Chapmen

Mount Collins

Mount Guyot

Mount Kephart

Mount Le Conte

Mount Sequoyah

Mount Squires

Mount Sterling

Peregrine Peak

Rocky Top

Silers Bald

Other Peaks in North Carolina and Tennessee:

Big Bald

Black Balsam Knob

Hooper Bald

Huckleberry Knob

Mount Craig

Mount Mitchell

Waterrock Knob

Get Forecast Anywhere

Great Smoky Mountains weather forecasts by elevation

Get the forecast for any location (and elevation) in OpenSnow.

  1. Go to the "Maps" tab.
  2. Tap anywhere on land.
  3. Tap "View Forecast" or "Add to Favorites".

That way you can get a good idea of what to expect at any elevation during your hike.

Track Incoming Storms

Great Smoky Mountains weather maps

See incoming storms, know the lightning risk, track wildfire smoke, avoid snowy trails, and more with high-resolution 3D maps in OpenSnow.

Tap the links below to view each map overlay:

Download Offline Maps

Great Smoky Mountains offline maps

Save high-resolution satellite and terrain base maps in the OpenSnow app to see your exact location on the map, even while offline and without cell service.

  1. Go to Settings > Offline Maps.
  2. Tap the (+) button in the lower right.
  3. Adjust the area and tap "Download Offline".
  4. Name the map and tap "Save".

You can then return to Settings > Offline Maps to view while you're offline, as well as edit and create new offline maps when you have service.

More Expert Tips

Lightning Safety in the Mountains


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About The Author

Zach Butler

Meteorologist

Zach Butler is currently a PhD student in Water Resources Science at Oregon State University. He just finished his master's in Applied Meteorology at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. Originally from Maryland, he has grown up hiking and skiing up and down the East Coast. When not doing coursework, he enjoys cooking and exploring the pacific northwest on his bike.

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