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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY MARCH 22ND 2015

THIS PAST WEEK BEGAN WITH ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND DRY
CONDITIONS OCCURRING ACROSS THE ENTIRE STATE OF TENNESSEE. HOWEVER
BY THE MIDDLE TO THE END OF THE WEEK...RAIN AND COOLER TEMPERATURES
RETURNED TO THE STATE AS A SLOW MOVING COLD FRONT PUSHED THROUGH THE
REGION. A SECOND COLD FRONT BROUGHT ADDITIONAL RAIN ON SUNDAY.

TEMPERATURES LAST WEEK AVERAGED NEAR NORMAL ACROSS THE ENTIRE STATE.
AVERAGE HIGHS WERE IN THE 60S. AVERAGE LOWS WERE IN THE 40S. THE
WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 81 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN
CHATTANOOGA ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE
WEEK WAS 33 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN BRISTOL ON WEDNESDAY MORNING.

PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS AVERAGED SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL ACROSS EAST
TENNESSEE WHILE THE REST OF THE STATE AVERAGED BELOW NORMAL. TOTAL
PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FOR THE WEEK RANGED FROM 0.13 INCHES IN
NASHVILLE TO 0.87 INCHES IN KNOXVILLE. THE HIGHEST DAILY RAINFALL
AMOUNT WAS 0.77 INCHES WHICH OCCURRED IN KNOXVILLE ON THURSDAY.

THE OUTLOOK FOR THE REST OF MARCH SHOWS BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES
WITH BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE ENTIRE STATE. THE OUTLOOK
FOR APRIL CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES FOR ABOVE...BELOW OR NEAR NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION ACROSS THE ENTIRE STATE.

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