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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER 25 2016

A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE BROUGHT MAINLY RAIN FREE WEATHER AND HOT
TEMPERATURES TO TENNESSEE LAST WEEK. ANY LIMITED RAINFALL WAS
LIMITED TO PORTIONS OF EAST TENNESSEE AND THE PLATEAU.

TEMPERATURES ACROSS TENNESSEE LAST WEEK AVERAGED 8 TO 9 DEGREES
ABOVE NORMAL WITH AVERAGE HIGHS RANGING FROM THE UPPER 80S ACROSS
EAST TENNESSEE...MIDDLE 90S ACROSS SOUTHWEST TENNESSEE...AND LOWER
90S ELSEWHERE. AVERAGE LOWS WERE MAINLY IN THE 60S ACROSS MOST
LOCATIONS IN THE STATE. THE HIGHEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED LAST WEEK
WAS 98 DEGREES IN MEMPHIS ON SUNDAY. MEANWHILE...THE LOWEST
TEMPERATURE WAS 57 DEGREES IN CROSSVILLE ON THURSDAY.

PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS AVERAGED 0.76 TO 0.91 INCHES BELOW NORMAL
ACROSS TENNESSEE LAST WEEK. AVERAGE RAINFALL AMOUNTS RANGED FROM
0.01 TO 0.02 INCHES ACROSS THE PLATEAU AND EAST TENNESSEE. THE
HIGHEST AMOUNT OF RAINFALL RECORDED LAST WEEK WAS 0.07 INCHES IN
BRISTOL LAST MONDAY.

THE OUTLOOK FOR TENNESSEE FOR THE REMAINDER OF SEPTEMBER INTO
OCTOBER SUGGESTS ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL
PRECIPITATION.



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