This first map for TN history part 2, is the unusual track of Hurricane Ivan. You can see that the track of the hurricane, made its way up the Appalachian coast while still holding a tropical depression status before exiting into the Atlantic and then affecting Florida and then Texas.
This map is of the rainfall totals that us here in Mid. TN saw from Ivan. Since the map is rather small, I'll post these areas and what rainfall total they got.
Western Mid. TN: 1/2" to 1"
Mid. TN and Nashville Basin: 1" to 4"
Highland Rim: 3" to 5"
Cumberland Plateau: 4" to 5"+!
My home county, Macon County, had some totals in the 4" range! We could really use that rain now.
* First photo is from the NOAA site, and the second is from the NWS in Nashville