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Since 1990

 

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Watauga County Habitat for

Humanity's 3rd Annual

Blueprints and Bow Ties

Live Auction Event

 

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

 

Heavy appetizers will be provided

by Farm to Flame

 

Single Tickets $40

Couples Tickets $75

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Mandy Barnett

October 10, 2014

The Walker Center

on the campus of

Wilkes Community College

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www.walkercenteronline.org

or call

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West Jefferson , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Friday, September 19, 2014 at 7:34AM

Gray, Cooler Friday

We end the work week on a cooler, cloudier note today. A few showers may accompany the clouds as well. Additionally, fog will be an issue in spots, especially right along the Blue Ridge. Clouds and fog continue through early Saturday morning, but look for decreasing clouds by the afternoon hours along with slightly milder temperatures. Sunday looks like the best day of the weekend with lots of sun and seasonable temperatures. A cold front sweeping through may bring a few showers with it Sunday night, but most of the region looks to stay dry as it passes through.

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Friday

Hi: 64 Lo: 54

Cloudy with fog & drizzle; Maybe a shower; Cool; Wind becoming SE 5-15 mph
Saturday

Hi: 70 Lo: 52

Early fog then partly sunny; Pleasant; SE wind 5-10 mph
Sunday

Hi: 75 Lo: 55

Scattered daytime clouds; Increasing clouds Sun. night with a shower or two; NW wind 5-15 mph & gusty
Monday

Hi: 68 Lo: 46

Mostly sunny; Turning cooler
Tuesday

Hi: 70 Lo: 48

Sunny skies; A terrific start to Fall

Further Out

Wednesday - Scattered clouds; Pleasant Fall temperatures; High near 70 degrees; Low in the lower 50s
Thursday - Cloudy; Can't rule out some spotty light rain; High in the mid 60s; Low in the lower 50s

Forecast Discussion

We’ve been talking about high pressure for a couple of days now and for the most part, nothing has really changed. The difference today is that the orientation of the high is allowing an easterly flow to develop from the Atlantic to the southern Appalachians. That easterly flow will keep the weather generally gray today with lots of clouds and a few showers. Fog will be an issue in spots as well, especially this morning. As usual, areas right along the Blue Ridge will deal with the worst of the fog as it lingers through most of the day. Temperatures will be held down today as well with the cool wedge in place.

Saturday starts out with clouds and fog, but the easterly flow gradually subsides through the day allowing more sunshine by the afternoon and slightly milder temperatures. Other than some patchy drizzle early Saturday morning, the rest of the day looks to stay dry.

The next cold front is forecast to sweep across the area Sunday evening. It may be accompanied by a few showers, but for now it is looking mostly dry. Behind the front, a NW wind will usher in seasonably cooler air just in time for the official start to fall (which begins Monday night). By the middle of next week, an easterly flow is forecast to develop again off the Atlantic leading to more clouds and possibly some light rain.

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