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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY AUGUST 2 2015

A WEAK COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH LAST WEDNESDAY ACROSS TENNESSEE.
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MORE PREDOMINANT ACROSS MIDDLE TENNESSEE
LAST TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY/ OTHERWISE...MAINLY RAIN FREE CONDITIONS
PERSISTED ACROSS MUCH OF THE STATE LAST WEEK AS AN UPPER LEVEL RIDGE
LIMITED SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM POTENTIAL...ESPECIALLY ACROSS WEST
TENNESSEE.

TEMPERATURES AVERAGED 1 TO 2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL ACROSS TENNESSEE
LAST WEEK WITH THE WARMEST TEMPERATURES ACROSS WEST TENNESSEE.
AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 90S
WITH LOWS IN THE 60S AND 70S. THE HIGHEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED LAST
WEEK WAS 100 DEGREES IN DYERSBURG LAST THURSDAY. MEANWHILE...THE
LOWEST TEMPERATURE ACROSS THE STATE WAS 58 DEGREES IN BRISTOL ON
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.

PRECIPITATION WAS MOSTLY CONFINED TO MIDDLE TENNESSEE WITH EAST
TENNESSEE ONLY SEEING TRACE AMOUNTS. RAINFALL AMOUNTS AVERAGED
AROUND 0.04 INCHES ACROSS EAST TENNESSEE AND 1.44 INCHES ACROSS
MIDDLE TENNESSEE. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE 0.65 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL
ACROSS MIDDLE TENNESSEE AND 0.94 TO 1.12 INCHES BELOW NORMAL ACROSS
THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE. THE HIGHEST AMOUNT OF RAIN RECORDED LAST
WEEK WAS 1.86 INCHES IN NASHVILLE LAST TUESDAY.

THE OUTLOOK FOR AUGUST SUGGESTS NEAR NORMAL TO SLIGHTLY ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION.

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