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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING JANUARY 31 2016

A COLD FRONT MOVED ACROSS THE STATE MONDAY AND TUESDAY BRINGING RAIN
TO MUCH OF THE STATE FROM MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING. HIGH
PRESSURE THEN SETTLED INTO THE REGION BRINGING DRY AND COOL WEATHER
FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK.

TEMPERATURES THIS PAST WEEK WERE ABOUT 5 TO 7 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL
ACROSS ALL OF TENNESSEE. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 76
DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN CHATTANOOGA ON MONDAY. THE COLDEST
TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 20 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN JACKSON
AND CROSSVILLE ON FRIDAY MORNING.

PRECIPITATION AVERAGED ABOVE NORMAL ACROSS THE ENTIRE STATE.
CROSSVILLE HAD THE MOST RAIN FOR THE WEEK WITH 2.87 INCHES WHILE
CHATTANOOGA PICKED UP 2.75 INCHES OF RAIN. DYERSBURG HAD ONLY 0.87
INCHES OF RAIN WHILE NASHVILLE PICKED UP 1.24 INCHES OF RAIN.

THE OUTLOOK FOR FEBRUARY CALLS FOR NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES ACROSS
THE ENTIRE STATE. PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED TO BE BELOW NORMAL
ACROSS MOST OF NORTHERN TENNESSEE WITH NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION
OVER THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE.

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