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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY JANUARY 18 2015

THIS WEEK`S WEATHER WAS VERY QUIET OVER MUCH OF THE STATE. A COLD
FRONT MOVED THROUGH THE STATE ON MONDAY WHICH BROUGHT SOME
PRECIPITATION TO MUCH OF TENNESSEE. ANOTHER COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH
THE STATE ON SATURDAY AND EARLY SUNDAY BUT THIS ONE ONLY BROUGHT SOME
LIGHT RAIN TO EASTERN SECTIONS OF TENNESSEE.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES AVERAGED FROM 1 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL OVER WEST
TENNESSEE TO 1 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL OVER MIDDLE AND EASTERN SECTIONS
OF THE STATE THIS WEEK. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 64
DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN MEMPHIS ON SUNDAY. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE
OF THE WEEK WAS 20 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN JACKSON ON FRIDAY
MORNING.

RAINFALL AVERAGED ABOVE NORMAL ACROSS THE CUMBERLAND PLATEAU AND
BELOW NORMAL OVER THE REMAINDER OF STATE. CROSSVILLE HAD THE MOST
RAINFALL THIS WEEK WITH 1.48 INCHES WITH KNOXVILLE PICKING UP 1.16
INCHES. MEMPHIS ONLY RECEIVED 0.19 INCHES OF RAIN AND JACKSON HAD
0.20 INCHES.

THE OUTLOOK FOR FEBRUARY CALLS FOR NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND
RAINFALL OVER THE ENTIRE STATE.

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