Climate

  1. Alcoa Fire Department to Visit Area Homes to Provide Smoke Alarm Installations

    The City of Alcoa Fire Department has been receiving 10-year battery smoke alarms from the State Fire Marshal’s Office since 2012 through a grant which is available from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Read on...
  2. Alcoa Electric to Utilize Helicopter to Support Tree Trimming

    As the City of Alcoa Electric Department continues more aggressive efforts to trim trees that relate to power outages, the City’s contractor will be using a specially equipped helicopter to support its tree trimming work. Read on...
  3. Fire hydrant flow check

    Alcoa Fire Department to Flush Fire Hydrants

    The City of Alcoa Fire Department will begin flushing the City's fire hydrants on Tuesday, June 12, 2018. Approximately 800 hydrants will be flushed from June through August. Read on...
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The following is a list of key points regarding the City of Alcoa's climate:
  • July is the average warmest month.
  • The highest recorded temperature was 104°F in 1930.
  • On average, the coolest month is January.
  • The lowest recorded temperature was -24°F in 1985.
  • The maximum average precipitation occurs in March.
For more climate information, visit The Weather Channel Website.