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US Extended Snowfall Outlook
Updated October 28, 2017

LAST DAYS OF OCTOBER/ EARLY NOVEMBER...
High pressure ridging will shift to the eastern US starting this coming week, for an overall warm-up (some low pressure systems will still affect the northeast at times).

--Low pressure develops/ deepens across the western US, with colder air and snow likely for western US resort areas again. The resort areas from Mammoth-Tahoe and north to the Cascades and Inland Northwest US, east to Utah and Colorado, will all see about a week to 10 days (Nov 02/03 to Nov 10/12) of frequent snows, some heavy, to build up the early season base depths. If you want the real insight on what is coming in the longer range, useable information, then keep checking back with the site that has been "Predicting Sick Days since 1998". Most of the information above was posted 8 days ago. Have a great season! CM

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↑48° / 9c°

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Mostly cloudy with isolated showers

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None Expected

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None Expected

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From the SW at 6 to 14 MPH.

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↑44° / 7c°

↓26° / -3c°

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Mostly sunny

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None Expected

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None Expected

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From the WNW at 0 to 18 MPH.

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↑41° / 5c°

↓30° / -1c°

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Mostly sunny

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None Expected

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None Expected

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From the W at 3 to 9 MPH.

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↑52° / 11c°

↓33° / 1c°

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Mostly sunny

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None Expected

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None Expected

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From the NW at 5 to 9 MPH.

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↑53° / 12c°

↓32° / 0c°

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Partly cloudy

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None Expected

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None Expected

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From the W at 9 to 16 MPH.

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↑41° / 5c°

↓23° / -5c°

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Partly cloudy

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None Expected

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Partly Cloudy (Potential precip: 0.01in, 0.16mm)

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From the NW at 14 to 16 MPH.

North Carolina A Great Place to Learn Appalachian Ski Mountain is nestled in the northwestern corner of North Carolina. Appalachian Ski Mountain opened in 1962 and has since developed a reputation as one of the best ski areas in the southeastern United States to learn to ski. The French-Swiss Ski College operates the Ski School for all ages and ability levels at Appalachian Ski Mountain. Skiers may choose between a group lesson or private instruction. They also offer a program specially designed to instruct children ages 4 to 12. There are a wide variety of lodging facilities in both Boone and Blowing Rock. You can choose from hotels, motels, some franchised and some privately owned. There are also several bed & breakfast facilities in the area. Since the ski area is only three miles from Blowing Rock and just six miles from Boone, no matter where you stay you are a short distance to the slopes. Despite being a small area that is geographically isolated by the mountains, there is a delightfully wide array of restaurants to choose from. The area offers many privately owned and operated fine restaurants, including Chinese, Mexican/Southwestern, BBQ, steaks, seafood, etc. There is also a wide selection of fast food and franchised restaurants. The ski area is located just two miles off of four-lane Highway 321 between Boone and Blowing Rock.