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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY DECEMBER 21 2014

THIS WEEK`S WEATHER REMAINED FAIRLY QUIET WITH ONLY ONE SIGNIFICANT
COLD FRONTAL PASSAGE MONDAY AND TUESDAY THAT BROUGHT A DECENT AMOUNT
OF PRECIPITATION TO THE REGION. OTHERWISE...THE VOLUNTEER STATE
REMAINED ON THE SOUTHERN PERIPHERY OF CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE IN THE
LOWER GREAT LAKES. THIS FEATURE BROUGHT NORTHEASTERLY WINDS AND
EXTENSIVE LOW CLOUDINESS THAT HELPED MODERATE TEMPERATURES. ONLY
TRACE...OR A COUPLE OF HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH AMOUNTS OF PATCHY
DRIZZLE OR LIGHT RAIN FELL THROUGHOUT THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES AVERAGED 1 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL THROUGHOUT THE
VOLUNTEER STATE. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE FOR THE WEEK WAS 64 DEGREES
WHICH OCCURRED IN MEMPHIS ON MONDAY. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE
WEEK WAS 20 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN BRISTOL ON MONDAY MORNING.

RAINFALL AVERAGED A HALF TO ONE INCH BELOW NORMAL OVER THE ENTIRE
STATE. THE HIGHEST AMOUNT OF RAINFALL FELL AT CHATTANOOGA AND
CROSSVILLE...WITH 0.51 AND 0.50 INCHES RESPECTIVELY. THE LEAST
AMOUNT OF RAINFALL FOR THE WEEK WAS A MERE 0.04 INCHES AT KNOXVILLE.

THE OUTLOOK FOR LATE DECEMBER AND EARLY JANUARY CALLS FOR SLIGHTLY
BELOW AVERAGE TEMPERATURES AND NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION.

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JAB



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