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The Children's Playhouse

The High Country's

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Watauga County Habitat for

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Blueprints and Bow Ties

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Thursday, October 2nd, 6:30 p.m.

to 10:30 p.m. at the NEW

Boone Bagelery location on

NC Hwy 105

 

Live Music by Melissa Reaves

 

Beer and Wine Cash Bar by

Appalachian Mountain Brewery

 

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Sugar Mountain Top , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 6:10PM

Cooler and Mostly Cloudy

One of these days we'll see a big shot of chilly crisp air to put us in full "Fall Force", but not this week. The passage of subtle fronts and a steady stream of cool air wedges keep chipping away at temperatures in a step-down fashion. Today was a good example, cooler air behind yesterday's front combined with mostly cloudy skies kept things several degrees cooler than Monday (especially near the Blue Ridge) but not dramatically so. Thursday will be a little warmer with more sun before clouds and even cooler air lock down Friday to close out the work week.

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Wednesday

Hi: 58 Lo: 47

Mostly cloudy; Fog returns; Light North wind
Thursday

Hi: 59 Lo: 46

Partly cloudy day after early fog; More clouds Thur. night with fog possible again; Light wind
Friday

Hi: 53 Lo: 48

Clouds with AM fog and drizzle; Cannot rule out a shower; Fog possible again Fri night; SE wind 5-10 mph
Saturday

Hi: 59 Lo: 48

Early fog then partly sunny; Pleasant
Sunday

Hi: 64 Lo: 51

Scattered daytime clouds; Warmer; Increasing clouds Sun. night

Further Out

Monday - Mostly cloudy day with AM showers possible; Partial clearing & cooler Mon. night; High near 60 degrees; Low in the mid 40s
Tuesday - Scattered clouds; Seasonally cool; High in the mid 50s; Low in the lower 40s

Forecast Discussion

Behind yesterday's front clouds and moisture lingered thanks to a weak cool air wedge scenario as high pressure to our north briefly nudged down the east side of the Appalachians. Skies remain mostly cloudy tonight with fog returning late and it will be dense at times, especially along the Blue Ridge.

Thursday is a "tweener", a nice day, though nothing out of the ordinary. A healthier round of sunshine will allow temperatures to rebound a few degrees over Wednesday. Beginning late Thursday night a reinforcing area of high pressure builds over New England courtesy of Canada. This results in a more classic wedge set-up with a cool easterly flow, lots of clouds, fog, and daytime drizzle when Friday rolls around. As the weather pattern remains progressive the wedge erodes Saturday as the high shifts east. We'll deal with early clouds and fog Saturday giving way to partly sunny skies.

A stronger cold front gains steam moving through the middle of the nation this weekend making a final approach over western NC Monday. A short-lived southwesterly flow returns ahead of the front Sunday with a pleasant afternoon, more sunshine and warmer temperatures. Widely scattered showers break out along the front holding off until Monday. Much cooler air arrives Tuesday, still not overly dramatic, but it will have you thinking about your Fall wardrobe.

Sugar Mountain Resort Activities

Oktoberfest is October 11th & 12th.

Check out the New Slope coming to Sugar this winter.

Purchase your Sugar Mountain winter season pass before October 8th and receive a discount.

Check out our panning, live streaming webcam from the top of Sugar Mountain. Or see what's going on at the 4,300 ft. base.

Check out the golf and tennis center.

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