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Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, May 15, 2021 at 6:49AM
Sunshine & Milder
After another cold morning with frost patches, skies will be mostly sunny today with a milder afternoon. There will be extra clouds for Sunday, along with a couple of showers around. Next week features a slow but steady warming trend, and a largely dry forecast, save for a PM shower or two during the Monday-Wednesday timeframe. It starts to look more summerlike by the end of next week.
Hi: 55 Lo: 42
Sunshine, then more clouds late-day and tonight; Milder; Light south wind
Hi: 53 Lo: 45
Mostly cloudy; A few showers around; Light & variable wind
Hi: 58 Lo: 47
Mostly cloudy; A bit warmer; Showers possible; Light & variable wind
Hi: 57 Lo: 49
Mostly cloudy; Perhaps a PM shower or thundershower
Hi: 59 Lo: 48
Partly sunny; Perhaps a PM shower or thundershower
Thursday - Plenty of sunshine & warmer; High in the lower 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Friday - Mostly sunny & warm; High in the upper 60s; Low near 50 degrees
The first half of May has been unseasonably chilly, but the second half of May will likely average above normal. We begin this pattern reversal this weekend. We expect plenty of sunshine today with a pleasantly warmer afternoon.
A warm front will be developing to our northwest during the Sunday and Monday period. There will be some shower activity for the High Country, but coverage will be limited and rainfall amounts are expected to remain light. There will be quite a bit of cloudiness, however.
A stray PM shower or thundershower will be possible Tuesday into Wednesday, with a mix of clouds and sunshine.
Thereafter, we appear to flip the script right to our late spring/early summer regime. Skies will be mostly sunny for Thursday and Friday, with temperatures running between 5 and 10 degrees warmer than normal.
Sugar Mountain Resort Activities
Sugar Mountain Resort's Summit Express chairlift, the bike park, and the Sports Shop open Memorial Day weekend. Loads of fun. Check it out.
The Summit Crawl is scheduled for July 4. The Typical Mountain Boys perform from 6 until 9 pm on the Base Lodge deck and fireworks happen later around 9 pm.
The Gravity Mountain Bike camp for tweens and teens is July 9-11.
Next winter's season pass becomes available in June. Stay tuned.
Purchase a Sugar Mountain Resort gift card. It makes a great gift for any occasion.
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Please take a moment to understand the COVID-19 procedures and protocols at Sugar Mountain Resort and familiarize yourself with the Ski Well, Be Well campaign so you can best prepare for a safe and enjoyable visit.
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