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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY FEBRUARY 23 2015

THIS WEEK`S WEATHER WAS QUIET ACTIVE OVER MUCH OF THE STATE. TWO
STORM SYSTEMS MOVED THROUGH THE STATE. THE FIRST STORM WHICH MOVED
THROUGH THE STATE MONDAY AND EARLY TUESDAY BROUGHT WIDESPREAD WINTER
PRECIPITATION TO TENNESSEE. THE SECOND SYSTEM WHICH MOVED THROUGH
THE STATE FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY BROUGHT LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL TO
MUCH OF THE STATE. IN BETWEEN THESE TWO STORM SYSTEMS SOME OF THE
COLDEST AIR TENNESSEE HAS EXPERIENCED IN A WHILE WAS OVER THE STATE.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES AVERAGED ABOUT 17 TO 25 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL
ACROSS THE ENTIRE STATE. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK
WAS 58 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN MEMPHIS ON SATURDAY. THE COLDEST
TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS A RECORD BREAKING -13 DEGREES WHICH
OCCURRED IN BRISTOL ON FRIDAY MORNING.

PRECIPITATION AVERAGED WELL ABOVE NORMAL ACROSS ALL OF TENNESSEE.
JACKSON HAD THE MOST PRECIPITATION THIS WEEK WITH 4.43 INCHES WITH
NASHVILLE PICKING UP 3.81 INCHES. BRISTOL HAD THE LEAST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AND STILL PICKED UP 1.60 INCHES WHILE CROSSVILLE HAD
1.89 INCHES.

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

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