Yes....It Snows in Charlotte!

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Executive

I get this question alot when clients come in from out of state to look at the area. "Jen, does it ever snow here?" My answer is always the same as it definitely depends upon the year...I can remember years when Christmas was a 70 degree day and we could ride our bikes in short sleeves and other years when it is cold, but moderate and then there was this year: A WHITE & Beautiful CHRISTMAS!

The snow started on Christmas night and when we all woke up the next day, we were covered in a blanket of beautiful snow which was great for all of the kids as there was enough snow to build a snowman and even have a snowball fight. These are pictures taken in Waxhaw, NC on Sunday, December 26, 2010.

Move to Baxter Village, SC     Move to Baxter Village, SC

The beauty of snow in the Charlotte area is that it lasts a day and by day 2 or 3, it has almost completely melted away...the roads were just fine this morning on my way into work, but it was an absolutely gorgeous drive in. I was able to snap a few pictures this morning as I entered Baxter Village and the sights were amazing. Here are the pictures from today, December 27, 2010.

Move to Baxter Village, SC     Move to Baxter Village, SC

So, if you are thinking about making a move to the Charlotte area (Charlotte, Waxhaw, Ballantyne, Baxter Village, Fort Mill, Tega Cay, etc), please make a note that we do get snow from time to time!! I hope that you and your families had a wonderful holiday weekend and are looking forward to the 2011 year ahead!!

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Keller Williams Realty

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Comments (2)

David Burrows
Classic Realty - Fairfax, VA
No Pressure, Just Seriously Devoted to Real Estate

We were in Tega Cay for Christmas and "Yes" it was snowing when we left on the morning of the 26th..... It was beautiful! - David

Dec 27, 2010 07:49 AM
Jen Wetzel
RE/MAX Executive - Fort Mill, SC
NC/SC Realtor-With Jen, You Win!

David....it is amazing how much a snowfall can change the landscape of an already beautiful location. What were you doing in Tega Cay??

Dec 27, 2010 07:57 AM