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Old 05-19-2007, 08:30 PM
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
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You're likely to see snow in the Waynesville/Maggie Valley/Sylva area. Many of the mountains in the area are 6,000-plus feet. As for the summers, average July high in Waynesville is 83, average low is 57, according to the Weather Channel's Web site.
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Old 05-20-2007, 10:58 AM
Location: Concord, NC
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Originally Posted by hapaleeretired View Post
We moved to Lenoir two years ago. I defy you to find a better year around weather pattern. .QUOTE]
I'm glad that you like Lenoir. However, I think a case can be made that the weather patterns in, say, Santa Barbara California are better than Lenior. Didn't say, cost of living or anything else...but for pure weather, its got to be near the top in North America.
I lived in Marion for 5 years. I don't imagine it is much different from Lenior.
Its decent, but no Santa Barbara.

Depends on the word "better". It's a pretty relative term. Santa Barbara has nice weather, but I personally consider the moderate 4-season climate the Hickory/Lenoir area has "better" than SB's 1 or 2 season. But I think most would agree that both are nice!
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