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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 27TH 2016

DROUGHT CONDITIONS CONTINUE TO PLAGUE THE VOLUNTEER STATE AS VERY
LITTLE RAINFALL WAS RECEIVED OVER THE PAST WEEK. HIGH PRESSURE
PROVIDED DRY CONDITIONS TO THE STATE EARLY IN THE WEEK BEFORE A
MIDWEEK COLD FRONT BROUGHT SOME RAIN...WITH THE HEAVIEST TOTALS
FALLING OVER WEST TENNESSEE. UNFORTUNATELY EAST TENNESSEE...THE
REGION OF THE STATE SUFFERING THE GREATEST FROM DROUGHT
CONDITIONS...RECEIVED VERY LITTLE RAIN FROM THIS COLD FRONT AS IT
MOVED THROUGH THE REGION ON WEDNESDAY AND INTO THURSDAY.
TEMPERATURES AROUND THE STATE AVERAGED NEAR TO JUST BELOW NORMAL FOR
LATE NOVEMBER AS COOL AND DRY HIGH PRESSURE FILTERED BACK IN BEHIND
THE FRONTAL PASSAGE.

TEMPERATURES AVERAGED A DEGREE COOLER THAN NORMAL FOR THE EASTERN
AND PLATEAU REGIONS OF THE STATE...WITH MIDDLE AND WEST REGIONS
RECORDING NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES. BOTH NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
RECORDED THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE FOR THE STATE THIS WEEK WITH 71
DEGREES ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY RESPECTIVELY. BRISTOL RECORDED THE
COOLEST TEMPERATURE WITH 18 DEGREES ON TUESDAY MORNING.

PRECIPITATION TOTALS WERE BELOW NORMAL FOR THE WEEK ONCE AGAIN ACROSS
THE STATE. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION WAS 0.50 INCHES IN
MEMPHIS WHILE THE LEAST AMOUNT WAS 0.01 INCHES AT BOTH NASHVILLE AND
CROSSVILLE.

THE OUTLOOK IN TENNESSEE FOR THE REMAINDER OF NOVEMBER AND INTO THE
FIRST WEEK OF DECEMBER CALLS FOR NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE
NORMAL PRECIPITATION.

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