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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY OCTOBER 19 2014

THE WEEK BEGAN WITH A STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM THAT MOVED THROUGH
THE MID SOUTH BRINGING SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS AND HEAVY RAINFALL TO
MUCH OF THE REGION.  A FRONTAL BOUNDARY ASSOCIATED WITH THE LOW
PRESSURE SYSTEM SWEPT THROUGH BRINGING COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL
ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.  HIGH PRESSURE BUILT IN FOR THE REMAINDER
OF THE WEEK KEEPING CONDITIONS DRY.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES WERE SEASONABLE FOR THE MIDDLE OF OCTOBER. THE
WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 81 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN
JACKSON AND NASHVILLE ON MONDAY AND AGAIN IN MEMPHIS ON THURSDAY.
THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 39 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN
BRISTOL ON SUNDAY MORNING.

ALL REGIONS OF THE VOLUNTEER STATE EXPERIENCED ABOVE NORMAL
PRECIPITATION WITH THE MIDDLE...PLATEAU AND EAST AREAS EXPERIENCING
WELL-ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION.  CLARKSVILLE HAD THE MOST RAIN THIS
WEEK WITH 3.54 INCHES WITH OTHER NOTABLE AMOUNTS OF 3.15 INCHES IN
CROSSVILLE...2.67 INCHES IN NASHVILLE...AND 2.31 INCHES IN
CHATTANOOGA.  BRISTOL HAD THE LEAST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION WITH
1.23 INCHES RECORDED.

THE OUTLOOK FOR THE REMAINDER OF OCTOBER IS FOR NEAR NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AND BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION.

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