For snowlovers, in a word: Yuck!
It's not a particularly warm pattern, but all the storms projected by models are "cutters" -- they drive northeastward toward the Great Lakes, passing to our west. There is almost no way to get winter weather in the Carolinas when storms pass to our west.
Anyway, this pattern rinses and repeats a number of times in the next 2 weeks.
There are SOME indications we move back to a more favorable pattern around Feb. 10 or so, but we'll have to see about that.
Bottom line: It won't be balmy by any stretch (highs generally in the 50s) and there will be some cold-air damming events that lead to chilly rains. But as far as snow goes, we're at least two weeks away from a realistic shot.