CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Freezing rain and sleet have closed schools and caused hundreds of wrecks across North Carolina.
Panther fans enjoy a southern climate which rarely, if ever, falls below 32 degrees Fahrenheit. But out-of-towners might be in for an unpleasant surprise if it happens to snow on game day in the Queen City!
The cold part of Superstorm Sandy that is causing problems along the East Coast could bring 1 foot or more of snow to the mountains of western South Carolina.
Hurricane Sandy, merging with a secondary upper-level low, will create a very strong storm system across the central Appalachians during the first part of the week.