Hickory Nut Gap Farm

Fairview, NC

 

Featuring:

 Online orders of pasture

raised meats and a variety

of other local goods available for

Curbside Pickup at the farm store

Learn More:

hickorynutgap.com/shop

The Children's Playhouse

400 Tracy Circle, Boone.

Come play with us!

Indoor-Outdoor fun for

kids from birth to 8

Open Tuesday-Friday 10-5

and Saturdays 10-3pm

828-263-0011

 goplayhouse.org

 

Jim Armstrong

Subaru of Hickory

 

 

When you visit our Hickory new

and used Subaru car dealership

your satisfaction is our primary

concern.

 

We have been a Subaru

dealer for over 37 years.

 

If you value low prices and variety

of high-quality vehicles,

Jim Armstrong Subaru is the

first & last place you will need

to shop for a new or used car

 

Click here

to shop our inventory

Boone Coin &

SilverWorks

 

You don't need to go

off the mountain

for coins and bullion

 

10 years in Boone

 

Downtown Boone, 

by appointment

Thanks! -Crae

 

(828) 355-9311

boonesilverworks.com

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RETREAT!

Laurel Ridge Camp &

Conference Center invites

groups of all kinds to use our

beautiful lodging facilities for

your next retreat.  Visit our

website or contact our office to

make a reservation today!

laurelridge.org


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Weather station located at Walter Johnson Middle School.

Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 7:00PM

Rain Develops; Changes/Mixes to Snow North Of I-40

After a rather mild afternoon, clouds have increased this evening as another slug of rain develops this evening. The rain could mix or change to snow before ending Thursday morning, with the best chance of seeing that happen north of I-40, especially across Wilkes and Surry. Here's our Forecast Snow Accumulation Map with details for this evening through Thursday morning. Sunshine returns on Thursday, although it will be brisk/chilly.

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Wednesday

Hi: 65 Lo: 32

Cloudy; Rain develops this evening; Rain could mix with or change to snow overnight, especially north of I-40; NW wind 5-10 mph
Thursday

Hi: 42 Lo: 22

Early rain or snow ending; Becoming mostly sunny by afternoon; Chilly; NW wind 5-15 mph becoming light at night
Friday

Hi: 47 Lo: 23

Generally clear skies; Seasonal temperatures; NW wind 5-10 mph becoming calm at night
Saturday

Hi: 44 Lo: 30

Increasing PM clouds; Seasonal; Maybe some rain later Saturday night
Sunday

Hi: 43 Lo: 30

Occasional rain; Perhaps a wintry mix

Further Out

Monday - Mostly cloudy; Early rain or snow shower possible; Chilly; High in the lower 40s; Low in the lower 20s
Tuesday - Mostly sunny; Still chilly; High in the lower 40s; Low in the mid 20s

Forecast Discussion

A vigorous upper level disturbance will track overhead tonight, forcing the development of surface low-pressure off the Carolina coast later tonight and Thursday morning. A steady period of rain will move in this evening, and as colder air arrives later tonight, a mix with or change to snow will be possible late tonight. No accumulation is expected, except perhaps north of I-40 where a dusting to a couple of inches are possible in some locations. Mountain areas to our northwest will get more.

Sunshine returns on Thursday, although it will be brisk/chilly. Friday and most of Saturday will be fair, but seasonably cool.

Next up will be low-pressure coming out of the central/southern Plains on Saturday. It will track eastward, then secondary low development will take place by Monday along the Carolina coast. Rain will overspread the region Saturday night, and it could be mixed with snow and sleet into Sunday. There are many details to work out before we can say with any certainty. Certainly mountain areas to our north and west will have the best potential for more significant wintry weather during this time period.

Looking ahead, early next week looks generally dry, but rather chilly.

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