5 Reasons to Bring Your

Business to Watauga County

       

1. Location-Location-Location!

2.  Education Focus

3. Culture of Entrepreneurship

& Creativity

4. Outstanding Quality of Life

5. Hub of Northwestern NC

 

Watauga County Office of

Economic Development 

Above and Beyond

Scott's Landscaping

Licensed General Contractor

 

Specializing in commercial &

large residential projects

  • Landscape & Hardscape
  • Retaining Walls
  • Hydro-Seeding
  • Grading
  • Excavation
  • Land Clearing

  Cell:  336-657-0545

Office:  336-372-1626

**Grandfather Vineyard 

& Winery** 

Summer- Monday - Sat. 12-6pm

Sunday 1-5pm

Winter- Mon., Wed. - Sat. 12-6pm

Sunday 1-5pm (closed Tuesday)

  Live music during Summer

Come enjoy a glass of our award

winning wine while you relax by

the Watauga river!

Can you find the

chicken hatch? 

 

How about the safe that was

once stolen from the store? 

Where is the "old-fashioned

theft deterrent?" How did the

shopkeeper get items off the

top shelf? 

 

 The answers to these

questions and some old-timey

bargains can be found with a

visit to the Original Mast Store

and Mast Store Annex

in Valle Crucis.

 

Come out and discover

a little history in a

fun and engaging way.

Winter Value Packages at

Sugar Ski Mountain Resort

30-40% savings

www.skisugar.com

 

 

 


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Current Conditions
Asheville

Temp: 40.0°F
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Asheville , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 6:58AM

Not So Scary

Sunshine prevails for Halloween, although it’s going to be on the cool side. Partly cloudy skies this evening will yield to more clouds overnight with some light rain or drizzle possible late tonight. Spotty light rain and drizzle Sunday morning will give way to sunshine and a milder afternoon....before we turn much colder for Sunday night. Oh, and don’t forget to turn your clocks back tonight.

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Saturday

Hi: 56 Lo: 43

Plenty of sunshine; Cool; Partly cloudy this evening; Becoming cloudy after midnight with some spotty light rain by daybreak Sunday; Light SE wind becoming south tonight
Sunday

Hi: 64 Lo: 30

Some patchy light rain and drizzle early; Becoming partly cloudy; Turning windy & much colder Sunday night; Light SW wind becoming NW and increasing to 15-25 mph gusting to 45 Sun. night
Monday

Hi: 49 Lo: 30

Bright sunshine, but chilly; NW wind 10-20 mph gusting to 30 AM
Tuesday

Hi: 60 Lo: 36

Widespread frost early; Sunshine; Not as chilly by afternoon
Wednesday

Hi: 65 Lo: 40

Sunny and milder

Further Out

Thursday - Mostly sunny; Pleasant; High in the mid 60s; Low in the lower 40s
Friday - Mostly sunny; Nice weather; High in the upper 60s; Low in the mid 40s

Forecast Discussion

Skies will be mostly sunny today and temperatures will remain cool. Skies will be partly cloudy this evening, allowing for a glimpse of the full Blue Harvest Moon before clouds try to fill in overnight. A little spooky. :)

Clouds thicken overnight ahead of a strong cold front that will be pushing through the mountains during Sunday afternoon. Some light showers will be around Sunday morning then some clearing giving temperatures a daytime boost. The cold front will be east of us by Sunday evening, and colder air will arrive in force on gusty northwesterly winds.

Monday will be clear, blustery and chilly. However, as Canadian high pressure modifies, so will our temperature regime, starting as early as Tuesday. The rest of the week features mostly clear conditions with a continuation of moderating temperatures.

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