AccuWeather: Don't expect much snow in NC this winter

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- If you're a fan of winter, don't expect the extreme cold we've seen the last two years in North Carolina, according to AccuWeather.

The weather forecasting company's long-range forecast for winter 2011-2012 calls for milder weather around the southeast, including mainly rain in North Carolina, as opposed to frozen precipitation like we've seen the last couple of winters.

AccuWeather's long-range forecast also calls for the harshest winter weather to be focused in the upper midwest.

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too loudly. It might open the floodgates for Yankee migrators. It's bad enough we get them during the summer.

I'm with you, and no, I don't care about their money.

yeah but you love their money

I make enough money with out the yanks coming down. I would gladly given them money to leave.

piglet.

My success is not dependant on Yankee gold brought in by tourists or carpetbaggers.

Now here's good ole southern hospitality at it's best surfcitytom! Bunch of phonies. War's over, you lost, get over it now. Sheez...

Yankees are famous for their bad manners. We're just learning it from youse guys.