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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY APRIL 20 2014

THIS WEEK`S WEATHER ACROSS THE VOLUNTEER STATE WAS SOMEWHAT BENIGN.
ONLY ONE STORM AND COLD FRONT BROUGHT ANY WEATHER SIGNIFICANCE...AND
THAT OCCURRED EARLY IN THE WEEK. AFTER THAT...CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE
USHERED IN MUCH COOLER AND DRIER AIRMASS FOR MIDWEEK...THOUGH THE
AIRMASS DID MODIFY SOME BY THE WEEKEND.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES AVERAGED BELOW NORMAL STATEWIDE FOR THE ENTIRE
WEEK. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 82 DEGREES WHICH
OCCURRED IN NASHVILLE SUNDAY. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK
WAS A FROSTY 25 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN BRISTOL WEDNESDAY MORNING.

RAINFALL AVERAGED BELOW NORMAL OVER THE ENTIRE STATE THIS
WEEK...WITH THE MIDDLE REGION SEEING AMOUNTS CLOSEST TO NORMAL.
CLARKSVILLE HAD THE MOST RAIN WITH 1.25 INCHES...WHILE BRISTOL HAD
THE LEAST AMOUNT OF RAIN WITH ONLY 0.32 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR THE END OF APRIL AND THE BEGINNING OF MAY IS FOR
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION.

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JAB






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