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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NASHVILLE TN
516 PM CDT TUE JUL 1 2014

...ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND RAINFALL AT NASHVILLE IN JUNE...

AFTER A VERY DRY MAY NASHVILLE REBOUNDED WITH OVER FIVE INCHES
OF RAIN IN JUNE. RAINFALL FOR JUNE TOTALED 5.73 INCHES WHICH IS
1.59 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST RAINFALL DURING A 24 HOUR
PERIOD WAS 2.03 INCHES ON THE 6TH AND 7TH. NO DAILY RAINFALL
RECORDS WERE BROKEN.

JUNE 2014 WAS WARMER THAN NORMAL WITH THE TEMPERATURE AVERAGING
77.9 DEGREES WHICH IS 2.2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS WAS THE THIRD
MONTH IN A ROW WITH ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AT NASHVILLE...AND
THE WARMEST JUNE SINCE 2010. THE AVERAGE HIGH WAS 87.4 DEGREES AND
THE AVERAGE LOW WAS 68.3 DEGREES. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE DURING
THE MONTH WAS 95 DEGREES ON THE 18TH AND THE COOLEST WAS 58 DEGREES
ON THE 14TH. THERE WERE 11 DAYS WITH THE TEMPERATURE REACHING 90
DEGREES AND ABOVE.

THUNDERSTORMS OCCURRED ON 5 DAYS.

THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED WAS 5.3 MILES AN HOUR. THE FASTEST GUST 40
MILES AN HOUR FROM THE NORTHWEST.

FOG OCCURRED ON 16 DAYS WITH 1 DAY WITH DENSE FOG.

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