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Sugar Mountain , NC
Weather Station located at the lodge at Sugar Mountain Resort.

Forecast Last Updated at Friday, May 14, 2021 at 5:46PM

A Stray Evening Shower, Cool Overnight

Scattered afternoon showers have largely subsided this evening. A few more stray showers will be possible before we clear out for a cool overnight. Saturday is looking to be the driest of the bunch, but only marginally warmer to open the weekend. A boundary will set up shop in the area Sunday into Monday, which will allow for a chance of showers both days while we continue to be a touch below average in the temperature department.

Friday

Hi: 54 Lo: 38

An early evening shower is possible; Decreasing clouds overnight; Light, variable wind
Saturday

Hi: 60 Lo: 46

Increasing clouds; Less chilly by afternoon; Light, variable wind
Sunday

Hi: 58 Lo: 50

Partly to mostly cloudy; A few showers possible; Light, variable wind
Monday

Hi: 63 Lo: 50

Partly to mostly cloudy; Slightly warmer; Showers possible
Tuesday

Hi: 63 Lo: 51

Cloudy; Periods of rain tapering off by evening

Further Out

Wednesday - Mostly cloudy; Scattered PM showers; High in the lower 60s; Low in the lower 50s
Thursday - Partly cloudy; Isolated showers and storms; High in the upper 60s; Low in the lower 50s

Forecast Discussion

Showers are on the decrease this evening. A few stray showers will be possible this evening before we clear out tonight. Expect cool overnight temperatures. Saturday looks to be the best of the forecast, but that isn't saying much. It will be dry Saturday, but temperatures will still be on the cool side. Expect the chance for more showers come Sunday and Monday. A relatively stationary boundary will set up to our north these days. The boundary will be close enough to warrant the mention of showers both days. Temperatures will continue to be cool throughout this period.

Low pressure in the Great Plains will slowly inch its way eastward during the middle of next week. Some time will be needed to iron out the details regarding its path, but we can expect showers Tuesday associated with the area of low pressure as well as upper level energy.

Wednesday and Thursday will look more like what we expect this time of year. Scattered showers will be possible Wednesday. By Thursday temperatures will take a step warmer, allowing for isolated showers and storms.

Temperatures should settle into the normal range late next week and weekend.

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.

Check out the live webcams and visit us on Instagram.

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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