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Planning a Holiday to Chattanooga

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Love is on your cards. Well, we are not predicting it, but if you spend your next holidays in Chattanooga, you are sure to lose your heart. And, you will fall for no one but Chattanooga itself. The city has given us plenty of reasons to fell head over heels for it. Believe us, those reasons are incomparable. We must say that if you visit the city, it is going to be a life-changing experience. When the experience is so distinct per se, then you must delve into it on your own because something that is unique from others can't be explained in mere few words. All you can trust is what we are trying to convey here. It is definitely going to be an experience that would stand the test of time. Now, we would not bug you anymore. Just go ahead and live the best of your time so far. Good luck!

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Spring Holidays in Chattanooga

If you are madly in love with snowfall, then you must keep your plans for the month of March. It snows heavily during the first two weeks of March in Chattanooga. A light breeze wafts through the entire city during the first week of March. The city is hit by the driest air around April 11. The time period between April 5 and May 29 is believed to be the ideal time to explore the city as there remains no muggy nor dry air in the city. During the last week of May, there are average chances of the occurrence of thunderstorm or rain. Hence, we advise you to be wary of such kind of precipitation and avoid visiting the city in order to keep yourself safe from thunderstorm. If you don't want to enter the city especially when it rains, then you must plan your vacations after March 25 as the sky remains clear during this time.

Chattanooga Average Spring Temperatures

Chattanooga average spring high temperatures remain in low-70s and average spring low temperatures remain in high-40s.

Clothes to pack

Half-sleeve t-shirts, top, shirts
Bermudas, shorts, capris, skirts
Sandals, floaters
Sunglasses, umbrella
Scarves, caps
Sunscreen

Summer Holidays in Chattanooga

July 18 is said to be the hottest day of the year, hence it would be wise not to hit the city to get rid of scorching heat. It may lower down your energy level and also your enthusiasm and thus, may hamper your movements. Also, we would advise you not to plan your vacations around July 12 as during this time, the city witnesses the occurrence of thunderstorm. So, safety can't be undermined at the cost of a hiatus from monotony. The city gets relief from the energy-sucker heat and thunderstorms somewhere around August 19. During this time, the city remains immersed into a wave of light breeze. June 20 has been recorded as the longest day of the year.

Chattanooga Average Summer Temperatures

Chattanooga average summer high temperatures remain in high-80s and average summer low temperatures remain in high-60s.

Clothes to pack

Half-sleeve t-shirts, top, shirts
Bermudas, shorts, capris, skirts
Sandals, floaters
Sunglasses, umbrella
Scarves, caps
Sunscreen

Fall Holidays in Chattanooga

The sky in the city remains clearest on September 8. Till the second week of September, there are very bright chances of thunderstorm or rain occurrence. Hence, you must wary of the weather conditions and plan your trip accordingly. The city receives the highest amount humidity around September 18. The time period between September 19 and November 3 is said to be the ideal time to explore the city as there are no issues regarding muggy or dry air. The cloud formation again commences from the last week of November. There is also a possibility of snowfall during the last week of November. If you love roaming around during snow, then you would love coming here during this season.

Chattanooga Average Fall Temperatures

Chattanooga average fall high temperatures remain in low-70s and average fall low temperatures remain in low-50s.

Clothes to pack

Half- and full-sleeve t-shirts, top, shirts
Jeans, pants, thin layers, trousers
Shoes, bellies, socks
Sunglasses, umbrella, raincoat
Scarves, caps

Winter Holidays in Chattanooga

December 21 is said to be the shortest day of the year. There are very slim chances of the occurrence of moderate rain during the first two weeks of December. January 28 has been recorded as the coldest day of the year. Hence, don't forget to carry your woolens to fight against the chilly winds. The city remains the cloudiest on January 7. Don't forget to carry your umbrella and raincoat if you can't resist yourself from going out and explore the city. If you love snowfall, then you must visit the city somewhere around January 16. During this time, the city receives the highest amount of snow. It may also rain during the last week of February.

Chattanooga Average Winter Temperatures

Chattanooga average winter high temperatures remain in low-50s and average winter low temperatures remain in low-30s.

Clothes to pack

Full-sleeve t-shirts, woolen top, shirts
Jackets, pullovers, zipper, hood, warmer
Leg warmer, jeans, woolen pants, trousers
Shoes, boots, woolen socks
Umbrella, raincoat
Muffler, woolen caps, gloves, earmuffs

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