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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY JULY 06 2014

ANOTHER WEEK OF BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES IS IN THE BOOKS FOR THE
MID-SOUTH WHICH NO ONE IS COMPLAINING ABOUT. THE WEEK STARTED OUT
RATHER HOT BEFORE A RARE SUMMER-TIME COLD FRONT USHERED IN SCATTERED
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO THE AREA ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. AN
UNSEASONABLY COOL AND DRY AIRMASS MOVED IN BEHIND THE FRONT BY
THURSDAY AND SET UP A PICTURE PERFECT INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND.
TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE LOW TO MID 80S WITH DEWPOINTS AT
OR BELOW 60 THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY...MAKING FOR A GORGEOUS WEEKEND.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES AVERAGED BELOW NORMAL OVER THE ENTIRE VOLUNTEER
STATE...WITH ALL LOCATIONS RANGING 2 TO 5 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. A
LOT OF NEAR RECORD LOWS WERE SEEN IN THE LATTER PART OF THE WEEK
ESPECIALLY IN WEST TENNESSEE. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK
WAS 94 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON TUESDAY FOR NASHVILLE...AND THEN
AGAIN ON WEDNESDAY FOR CHATTANOOGA. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE
WEEK WAS A CHILLY 54 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED AT THREE LOCATIONS WHICH
INCLUDED...JACKSON...CLARKSVILLE...AND CROSSVILLE...ALL ON SATURDAY
MORNING.

RAINFALL AVERAGE WAS WELL BELOW AVERAGE ACROSS THE ENTIRE STATE.
MOST LOCATIONS WERE A QUARTER OF AN INCH TO A FULL INCH BELOW
NORMAL. CLARKSVILLE RECORDED THE MOST AMOUNT OF RAIN AT 0.61
INCHES...WHILE KNOXVILLE DID NOT RECEIVE ANY RAINFALL AT ALL.

THE OUTLOOK FOR THE MIDDLE PART OF JULY IS FOR ABOVE NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE ENTIRE STATE.

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