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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY AUGUST 31 2014

THIS WEEK`S WEATHER FEATURED MAINLY DRY CONDITIONS FOR THE FIRST
HALF OF THE WEEK. AN AMPLE SUPPLY OF GULF MOISTURE AND A NEARBY COLD
FRONT HELPED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO DEVELOP AND MOVE ACROSS
MANY AREAS OF TENNESSEE MAINLY ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES AVERAGED 1 TO 4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL OVER THE
ENTIRE STATE THIS WEEK. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 97
DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN MEMPHIS ON MONDAY. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE
OF THE WEEK WAS 56 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN BRISTOL ON WEDNESDAY
MORNING.

RAINFALL AVERAGED ABOVE NORMAL OVER ALL OF TENNESSEE THIS WEEK.
NASHVILLE HAD THE MOST RAIN THIS WEEK WITH 1.82 INCHES WHILE
CLARKSVILLE PICKED UP 1.36 INCHES OF RAIN. KNOXVILLE ONLY RECEIVED
0.70 INCHES OF RAIN THIS WEEK WHILE BRISTOL PICKED UP 0.71 INCHES OF
RAIN.

THE OUTLOOK FOR SEPTEMBER IS FOR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER MOST
OF MIDDLE AND EAST TENNESSEE AND NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES IN THE
WEST. NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED FOR THE ENTIRE STATE.

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