How Often Does It Snow In North Carolina?


Does it EVER snow in Eastern North Carolina near Camp Lejeune?

I am living in Florida and I am moving to Camp Lejeune because my fiance is going into the Marines. I was just wondering if that town has every season like western North Carolina does in the mountains where I grew up. Does it ever snow there?

Western North Carolina gets the most snow, followed by central. The farther east you go through the state, the less snow you will see. However, not too long ago, Cape Hatteras received a foot of snow, so anywhere in North Carolina is very capable of seeing snow.

How much snow does North Carolina get compared to Virginia?

I live in Lynchburg, VA and we average a good 18 inches of snow per year while Richmond gets about a foot, maybe a bit more. Usually North Carolina manages to squeeze out a couple of snow events every winter though, right?

Not where I live. We haven't had good snow in three years :/

Does it EVER snow in Eastern North Carolina near Camp Lejeune?

I am living in Florida and I am moving to Camp Lejeune because my fiance is going into the Marines. I was just wondering if that town has every season like western North Carolina does in the mountains where I grew up. Does it ever snow there?

It has snowed lightly once in the last two years that I saw and the seasons are distinct but not as much as in the mountainous parts of the Carolina's.

How far south in the US does it snow?

How far south does it snow? How early in the fall/winter season does the snow begin. I'd like to plan a trip to see snowfall. I'm from Florida. I'd like to know if it snows in Georgia or South Carolina, even North Carolina and if so where would I go to see the most snowfall?

We've gotten snow flurries as far south as Miami, and snow on the ground in Tallahassee

What are some of the snowiest places in North Carolina?

The Piedmont of North Carolina with places particularly west of Greensboro. Also north of Alamance County along the Virginia border get significant snowfall too. Higher elevations have much colder air typically and that is why you see more snow in those regions. More than say Raleigh, Cary and places eastward. http://www.onthesnow.com/north-carolina/skireport.html

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