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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY MARCH 1ST 2015

THIS WEEK`S WEATHER REMAINED SOMEWHAT ACTIVE. TEMPERATURES CONTINUED
TO BE COLD AS THE STATE REMAINED IN THE ARCTIC AIRMASS OVER THE
EASTERN U.S. BOTH WEAK UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCES AND SURFACE FRONTS
PASSING THROUGH STATE BROUGHT LIGHT AMOUNTS OF LIQUID AND FROZEN
PRECIPITATION FROM THE PERIOD TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY...AND AGAIN
ON SUNDAY. SEVERAL LOCATIONS PICKED UP ADDITIONAL SNOWFALL.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES AVERAGED ABOUT 12 TO 17 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL
ACROSS THE ENTIRE STATE. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS
ONLY 54 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN CHATTANOOGA ON SATURDAY. THE
COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 9 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN
BRISTOL ON WEDNESDAY MORNING.

PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS TOOK A DIVE THIS WEEK AVERAGING BELOW
NORMAL...WITH MOST LOCATIONS PICKING UP LESS THAN A HALF OF AN INCH.
KNOXVILLE HAD THE MOST PRECIPITATION THIS WEEK WITH 0.70
INCHES...WHILE CLARKSVILLE HAD THE LEAST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION
WITH ONLY 0.18 INCHES.

THE OUTLOOK FOR MARCH CALLS FOR NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND
SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL OVER THE ENTIRE STATE.

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JAB



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