419 Daniel Boone Drive - Boone, NC 


Our Fall 2014 schedule is now

posted on our website!

Fall classes begin August 18th


Gymnastics : Ages walking+

Parkour : Ages 5+


Birthday parties, adult classes,

 and private lessons are available!




 Like us on Facebook:

New River Gymnastics Academy


  17-25 servings


Whole Food

Based Nutrition


in PILL form???


Juice PLUS+ !!!


Click Here

for more information


Ronnie Milsap

opens the 2014-2015 season at

The Walker Center

on the campus of

Wilkes Community College

September 5, 2014

Click here for tickets

or call



 Stay 6 nights get 7th night free.





The High Country Association



We have over 6,000 listings you

can view. Check out the Official

High Country MLS and find the

perfect home for you and your


Click here to begin your search.

Make Text Larger Make Text Smaller Switch Fonts Email This Page Click Here For A Printable Version
Station Sponsor

Media Sponsors
Current Conditions
Black Mtn

Temp: 74.6°F
Printer Friendly View
Black Mountain , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, August 21, 2014 at 7:00AM

Summer Wins through Saturday

Fall keeps trying to make random appearances this summer, but over the next few days, at least, summer will win the battle. And we will feel it here in the Carolinas as high temperatures warm to 5-10 degrees above normal. Nothing extreme, and we have certainly seen hotter temperatures in summer’s past, but it will some of the warmest we’ve seen this summer. Showers and storms will be sparse over the next couple of days, but will gradually increase in coverage as we head into the weekend thanks to a front dropping south out of Virginia. That front will bring noticeably cooler weather with it as well by Sunday.

Bald Guy Brew (Valle Crucis), Stick Boy and Stick Boy Kitchen (Boone), and Biltmore Coffee Traders (Asheville) partnered with RaysWeather.Com to reward your purchase of a RaysWeather.Com App. At any of these locations, show them your RaysWeather.Com Mobile App and get a FREE COFFEE! (Offer details here.)

If you are one of the poor weather info deprived folks who don't have the app, here are the links... iTunes Apps for iPhone and iPad and Google Play Store for Android.


Hi: 89 Lo: 64

Partly sunny; Very warm; Can't rule out an afternoon or nighttime shower or t-storm; NW wind 5-15 mph

Hi: 90 Lo: 65

Partly cloudy; Continued very warm; Isolated afternoon or nighttime showers & storms; NW wind 5-15 mph

Hi: 88 Lo: 65

Partly sunny; Widely scattered afternoon & nighttime showers & storms; NW wind 5-15 mph

Hi: 80 Lo: 64

Cloudy; Noticeably cooler; Widely scattered showers & t-showers

Hi: 79 Lo: 62

Generally cloudy; Remaining cool; Isolated showers

Further Out

Tuesday - Mostly to partly cloudy; High in the lower 80s; Low in the lower 60s
Wednesday - Scattered clouds; High in the lower 80s; Low in the mid 60s

Forecast Discussion

On the weather map, high pressure is centered over the Southeast while a frontal boundary more or less extends from the Mid-west to the Mid-Atlantic region. This setup will continue to pump very warm and humid air into western NC over the next few days with afternoon highs running 5-10 degrees above normal. Compared to the rest of the summer, it will feel pretty toasty, but by no means are we looking at any record-breaking heat.

Through Friday, the coverage of rain is expected to remain in the isolated category as the above-mentioned front and its better coverage of storms remain just to our north in Virginia. However, that front will eventually drop south into North Carolina bringing a better coverage of showers and storms Saturday and Sunday. Just ahead of the front, we still expect it to be very warm Saturday. But, as the front moves through, a wedge of cool air will really help to cool things off compared to what we will see over the next few days. Temperatures will likely drop back into the 70’s for much of the region on Sunday and Monday (a good 20+ degree change from Friday and Saturday).

The upcoming cool wedge doesn’t look quite as wet as previous ones, so even though we expect it to last into early next week, we are not anticipating much precipitation from Monday on. Temperatures early next week will depend, in part, on how long the cool wedge holds. There is the possibility that a tropical system could be moving through the western Atlantic Ocean next week and if that were to happen, it could actually help the wedge hold out another day or two. No tropical system, though, would likely mean we warm up quicker.


Using information from RaysWeather.Com

First, all data and forecasts on RaysWeather.Com are the intellectual property of, Inc. Here is our usage policy regarding rebroadcast or redistribution of any information from our site...

"The reader is not permitted to reproduce, retransmit, redistribute any weather data, forecasts, analysis, image, or any other product from this site to any other person or entity, in any format by any means. All information, data, and images contained on any page of this site are copyrighted by RaysWeather.Com, Inc. (unless otherwise noted) and is the property of RaysWeather.Com, Inc. Information, data, and images from this site may not be archived or stored for future use. Exceptions to this condition of use may only be made by express, written permission of RaysWeather.Com." See our Terms and Conditions page.

In short, if you do not have a written agreement with us to do so, you do not have permission to republish any information found on this site. If you work for a media entity (TV, radio, website, newspaper, etc.) and wish to republish information from this site, please contact us at or call our offices at 828.264.2030