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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY JULY 28 2014

THIS WEEK`S WEATHER FEATURED A COLD FRONT WHICH MOVED THROUGH THE
STATE ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY BRINGING THUNDERSTORMS TO MAINLY
WEST AND MIDDLE TENNESSEE ON WEDNESDAY AND TO EAST TENNESSEE ON
THURSDAY. MORE THUNDERSTORMS CAME THROUGH MAINLY MIDDLE AND EAST
TENNESSEE ON SUNDAY. THESE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED QUITE A BIT OF
SEVERE WEATHER OVER THESE AREAS ON SUNDAY.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES AVERAGED 0 TO 2 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL OVER THE
ENTIRE STATE THIS WEEK. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 96
DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN CLARKSVILLE ON SUNDAY. THE COLDEST
TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 54 DEGREES WHICH ALSO OCCURRED IN
CLARKSVILLE ON FRIDAY MORNING.

RAINFALL AVERAGED BELOW NORMAL OVER THE WESTERN HALF OF TENNESSEE
AND ABOVE NORMAL IN THE EASTERN HALF OF THE STATE. CROSSVILLE HAD THE
MOST RAIN THIS WEEK WITH 2.34 INCHES WHILE BRISTOL PICKED UP 2.05
INCHES OF RAIN. NO RAIN FELL AT CLARKSVILLE THIS WEEK WHILE DYERSBURG
ONLY RECEIVED 0.01 INCHES OF RAIN.

THE OUTLOOK FOR AUGUST IS FOR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND NEAR
NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE ENTIRE STATE.

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