Weekly Weather and Crop Report
Issued by NWS Memphis, TN

Home | Current Version | Previous Version | Text Only | Print | Product List | Glossary On
Versions: 1
000
AXUS44 KMEG 270726
WCRMEG

TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY JULY 26 2015

LAST WEEK BEGAN WITH A HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM ANCHORED ACROSS THE
REGION WITH VERY WARM TEMPERATURES.  DURING THE MIDDLE PORTIONS OF
THE WEEK...A WEAK COLD FRONT BECAME STATIONARY BECOMING THE FOCUS
FOR LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL THROUGH THURSDAY.  HIGH PRESSURE BUILT
BACK INTO THE REGION TO ROUND OUT THE PERIOD.

TEMPERATURES AVERAGED BETWEEN 1 AND 3 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL AT NEARLY
ALL LOCATIONS LAST WEEK. THE WARMEST READING OF THE WEEK WAS
RECORDED IN MEMPHIS ON MONDAY WITH A HIGH OF 99 DEGREES. THE COOLEST
TEMPERATURE WAS RECORDED IN CROSSVILLE WITH A LOW OF 63 DEGREES
FRIDAY NIGHT.

PRECIPITATION VARIED GREATLY FROM SITE TO SITE.  CHATTANOOGA
RECORDED 2.31 INCHES OF RAINFALL...WHICH WAS THE MOST OF ANY
LOCATION.  BRISTOL RECORDED ONLY 0.31 INCHES OF RAINFALL WHICH WAS
THE LEAST OF ANY LOCATION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR THE REMAINDER OF JULY IS MORE OF THE SAME WITH ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES STATEWIDE. ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL IS EXPECTED IN
THE EAST AND PLATEAU REGIONS AND BELOW NORMAL IN THE MIDDLE AND WEST.

$$

TVT



USA.gov is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.