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AXUS44 KMEG 170805
WCRMEG

TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAS NOVEMBER 16 2014

THIS WEEK`S WEATHER FEATURED ANOTHER STRONG COLD FRONT AND ARCTIC
AIRMASS. THE FRONT GENERATED LITTLE IF ANY PRECIPITATION AS IT CAME
ON THROUGH TUESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY...BUT ALLOWED FOR THE COLDEST
TEMPERATURES OF THE SEASON. THE WARMEST WEATHER OCCURRED EARLY IN
THE WEEK AHEAD OF THE FRONT...WHILE THE BRUNT OF THIS WEEK`S
PRECIPITATION CAME ON SUNDAY AS A STORM LIFTED UP FROM THE LOWER
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TO THE APPALACHIANS.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES AVERAGED A VERY IMPRESSIVE 10 TO 13 DEGREES
BELOW NORMAL OVER THE ENTIRE STATE. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE
WEEK WAS 73 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN MEMPHIS ON MONDAY...AND IN
CHATTANOOGA ON TUESDAY. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 15
DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN BRISTOL ON SATURDAY MORNING.

RAINFALL AVERAGED BELOW NORMAL ACROSS THE VOLUNTEER STATE. NASHVILLE
PICKED UP THE MOST RAIN WITH 1.12 INCHES. THE LEAST AMOUNT OF RAIN
OCCURRED IN BRISTOL WHERE ONLY 0.22 INCHES OF RAIN FELL.

THE OUTLOOK FOR REMAINDER OF NOVEMBER CALLS FOR BELOW NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AND SLIGHTLY ABOVE PRECIPITATION.

$$

JAB




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