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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING JULY 17 2016

THE WEATHER ACROSS TENNESSEE LAST WEEK FEATURED A COMBINATION OF
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BROUGHT BY UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCES MOVING
ACROSS THE STATE AND AFTERNOON AND EVENING SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
THE RESULT OF PEAK AFTERNOON HEATING. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WERE
MAINLY ISOLATED TO SCATTERED IN COVERAGE LAST WEEK WITH THE
EXCEPTION OF LAST THURSDAY WHERE RAIN OCCURRED ACROSS MUCH OF THE
STATE.

TEMPERATURES ACROSS TENNESSEE LAST WEEK AVERAGED 1 TO 2 DEGREES
ABOVE NORMAL ACROSS MIDDLE...WEST...AND EAST TENNESEE AND NEAR
NORMAL ACROSS THE PLATEAU. AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE
UPPER 80S TO LOWER 90S WITH THE EXCEPTION OF CROSSVILLE IN THE
MIDDLE 80S. MEANWHILE...AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE 60S TO
LOWER 70S.

PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS AVERAGED 0.79 TO 1.05 INCHES BELOW NORMAL
ACROSS WEST AND EAST TENNESSEE...AND 0.04 TO 0.15 INCHES ABOVE
NORMAL ACROSS MIDDLE TENNESSEE AND THE PLATEAU. RAINFALL AMOUNTS
AVERAGED 0.09 TO 0.28 INCHES ACROSS WEST AND EAST TENNESSEE...AND
0.90 TO 1.35 INCHES ACROSS PLATEAU. THE HIGHEST AMOUNT OF RAINFALL
RECORDED WAS 1.07 INCHES IN CLARKSVILLE ON TUESDAY. THE OUTLOOK FOR
JULY CONTINUES TO SUGGEST A LIKELIHOOD OF ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES
AND EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE OR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION.

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