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Sugar Mountain , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, May 5, 2015 at 6:38PM

Spring Stretch

Isolated showers and thundershowers will begin fizzling after sunset, and the action comes to a close later this evening. On paper, each day looks nearly the same with the throttle fixed on auto-pilot the rest of this week. Broad high pressure has settled over the Southeast and we remain absent of any frontal passages through the weekend. This keeps us warm and unstable. Afternoon showers and thundershowers will remain in the "isolated" category Wednesday with more of an emphasis on development Thursday and Friday. This is the first stretch of "real" Spring you have been dreaming about, enjoy!

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Tuesday

Hi: 71 Lo: 49

Mostly to partly cloudy; A leftover evening shower or thundershower; Light South wind
Wednesday

Hi: 69 Lo: 49

Partly to mostly cloudy; Pleasant; Isolated afternoon t-showers; Light SE wind
Thursday

Hi: 68 Lo: 49

Partly to mostly cloudy; Pleasant temps; Widely scattered afternoon t-showers; Light SE wind
Friday

Hi: 68 Lo: 51

Partly to mostly cloudy; Pleasant temps; Widely scattered afternoon t-showers
Saturday

Hi: 70 Lo: 52

Scattered clouds; Even warmer; A renegade afternoon t-shower possible

Further Out

Sunday - Scattered clouds; Add warmth; A stray afternoon t-shower; High in the lower 70s; Low in the lower 50s
Monday - Partly to mostly cloudy; Staying mild; Widely scattered afternoon t-showers; High near 70 degrees; Low in the lower 50s

Forecast Discussion

Resident high pressure is the dominating feature on the weather map for the foreseeable future. Basically each day is similar starting off with lots of sunshine and a quick warm-up before afternoon cloud development plateaus temperatures. The combination of low level moisture and daytime heating generates enough instability for renegade showers or thundershowers which fizzle out as the sun goes down.

Slightly better coverage of thundershowers exist Thursday and Friday as the moisture pool increases with a deeper connection to the Atlantic and Gulf. Temperatures also gradually increase late this week and weekend.

Meanwhile, off the Southeast coast low pressure is likely to develop into a subtropical tropical storm the next couple of days and haunt the beaches through the weekend. As it stands now the storm remains too far away for any significant influence in western NC.

Our next frontal passage is slated for Tuesday with the best organized chance of widespread showers and storms. Depending on how the rest of this week evolves we may welcome it with open arms.

Sugar Mountain Resort Activities

Winter is always on our mind. That's why this 4th of July weekend we're opening our sports shop again to offer you 30-70% off everything in the shop. No exceptions! Visit us 10 am until 6 pm, Saturday and Sunday ONLY, July 4th and July 5th.

Mark your calendar for Sugar's 25th annual Oktoberfest; Saturday & Sunday, October 10th & 11th from 10 am until 5:00 pm. Festival admission and parking are FREE! Rain or shine, the event is fun for the whole family!

Be sure to check the season pass page in late-May for the season pass internet special.

The installation of a Doppelmayr high speed, detachable, six passenger chairlift from the base to the summit is underway. It is expected to be completed in time for opening day of the 2015-16 winter season. Follow the progress on Sugar’s instagram page.

Sugar’s hiking and biking trails are closed and lift rides will not operate this summer. SugarBrew will return in 2016 on August 6th.

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