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TENNESSEE WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY MARCH 29 2015

THIS WEEK`S WEATHER WAS FAIRLY QUIET OVER MUCH OF THE STATE. A COLD
FRONT MOVED THROUGH THE STATE ON THURSDAY BRINGING SOME RAIN TO MOST
OF THE STATE. A SECOND COLD MOVED INTO WEST TENNESSEE SUNDAY EVENING
WHICH BROUGHT SOME RAIN TO THE WESTERN HALF OF THE STATE.

OVERALL TEMPERATURES AVERAGED ABOUT 2 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL OVER WEST
AND MIDDLE TENNESSEE AND NEAR NORMAL ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF THE
STATE. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE WEEK WAS 79 DEGREES WHICH
OCCURRED IN DYERSBURG ON WEDNESDAY. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE
WEEK WAS 18 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED IN BRISTOL ON SUNDAY MORNING.

PRECIPITATION AVERAGED BELOW NORMAL ACROSS ALL OF TENNESSEE.
KNOXVILLE HAD THE MOST PRECIPITATION THIS WEEK WITH 0.54 INCHES WITH
CROSSVILLE PICKING UP 0.42 INCHES. CHATTANOOGA HAD THE LEAST AMOUNT
OF PRECIPITATION WITH 0.04 INCHES OF RAIN WHILE MEMPHIS HAD ONLY
0.12 INCHES.

THE OUTLOOK FOR APRIL CALLS FOR NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND RAINFALL
OVER THE ENTIRE STATE.

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