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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY DECEMBER 14 2014

THIS WEEK`S WEATHER WAS VERY QUIET OVER MUCH OF THE STATE. A COLD
FRONT MOVED THROUGH THE STATE ON TUESDAY BUT ONLY BROUGHT
PRECIPITATION TO PORTIONS OF THE CUMBERLAND PLATEAU.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES AVERAGED FROM 1 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL OVER WEST
TENNESSEE TO 6 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL OVER EASTERN SECTIONS OF THE
STATE THIS WEEK. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 66 DEGREES
WHICH OCCURRED IN MEMPHIS ON SUNDAY. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE
WEEK WAS 19 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN BRISTOL ON FRIDAY MORNING.

RAINFALL AVERAGED WELL BELOW NORMAL OVER THE ENTIRE STATE. THE ONLY
REPORTING STATION THAT RECEIVED ANY PRECIPITATION THIS WEEK WAS
CROSSVILLE AND THEY ONLY HAD 0.06 INCHES OF RAIN.

THE OUTLOOK FOR DECEMBER CALLS FOR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER
THE ENTIRE STATE. RAINFALL IS EXPECTED TO BE ABOVE NORMAL FOR EXTREME
SOUTHWEST TENNESSEE AND NEAR NORMAL OVER THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE.

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