Review of Bayboro, North Carolina

Plenty of weather here
Star Rating - 3/30/2008
Much of the county is subject to flooding from frequent rains. It is very hot in the summer, 90-100 degrees for several months. Mosquitoes are rampant 7-8 months of the year. It is humid all year. Winds are often high throughout the fall, winter and spring. Winter snow and ice are rare. Being so near the coast, tropical storms and hurricanes are to be prepared for. The soil is fertile, and the overall climate conducive to gardening and farming. There are many rivers and creeks throughout the area.
Ann | Bayboro, NC
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