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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY APRIL 13 2014

THIS WEEK`S WEATHER FEATURED A LOW PRESSURE AND ASSOCIATED COLD
FRONT THAT MOVED ACROSS THE STATE DURING THE BEGINNING OF THE WEEK.
THIS SYSTEM WAS FOLLOWED BY HIGH PRESSURE WITH DRY AND WARMER
WEATHER THROUGH MID WEEK. ANOTHER UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE BROUGHT A
ROUND OF THUNDERSTORMS TO PORTIONS OF THE STATE ON FRIDAY...WITH
ANOTHER DISTURBANCE BRINGING STORMS TO THE WESTERN PORTIONS OF
TENNESSEE ON SUNDAY.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES AVERAGED NEAR TO SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL
OVER THE ENTIRE STATE THIS WEEK. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK
WAS 85 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN BRISTOL ON SUNDAY. THE COLDEST
TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 33 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN BRISTOL ON
THURSDAY MORNING.

RAINFALL AVERAGED BELOW NORMAL OVER MUCH OF WESTERN AND MIDDLE
TENNESSEE AND ABOVE NORMAL IN EAST TENNESSEE. CHATTANOOGA HAD THE
MOST RAIN WITH 1.62 INCHES WHILE KNOXVILLE PICKED UP 1.18 AND
DYERSBURG 1.45 INCHES OF RAIN. JACKSON ONLY HAD 0.24 INCHES
OF PRECIPITATION THIS WEEK.

THE OUTLOOK FOR APRIL IS FOR NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE
NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR MUCH OF TENNESSEE.

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