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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING MAY 29 2016

THIS WEEK`S WEATHER FEATURED A MORE SUMMER LIKE PATTERN...WITH A
WARM AND HUMID AIRMASS AND A FEW PASSING DISTURBANCES ALLOWING FOR
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND STORMS. A FEW BECAME SEVERE WITH DAMAGING
WINDS. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WITH THIS SCENARIO WERE QUITE VARIED IN BOTH
COVERAGE AND QUANTITY. THE DRIEST DAYS OF THE WEEK FOR THE VOLUNTEER
STATE FELL ON MONDAY AND OVER THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND.

TEMPERATURES LAST WEEK ACROSS THE STATE AVERAGED 2 TO 4 DEGREES
ABOVE NORMAL. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 91 DEGREES
WHICH OCCURRED IN BOTH NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA ON THURSDAY. THE
COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 47 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN
BRISTOL TUESDAY MORNING.

RAINFALL AVERAGED ABOVE NORMAL ACROSS THE WEST...BUT FELL BELOW
NORMAL ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE. MEMPHIS RECEIVED THE
GREATEST AMOUNT OF RAINFALL WITH 2.54 INCHES...WHILE DYERSBURG
PICKED UP 2.07 INCHES. CHATTANOOGA AND CROSSVILLE FOR THE SECOND
WEEK IN A ROW PICKED UP THE LEAST AMOUNT OF RAINFALL WITH 0.02
INCHES AND 0.16 INCHES RESPECTIVELY.

THE OUTLOOK FOR JUNE CALLS FOR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER MIDDLE
AND EAST TENNESSEE...BUT NEAR NORMAL IN THE WEST. SLIGHTLY ABOVE
NORMAL PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED ACROSS THE ENTIRE VOLUNTEER STATE.

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JAB



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