According to the N&O, McCrory "told a group of business representatives that more vetoes are coming."
The "Ag-Gag" bill, H405, passed both houses of the General Assembly easily, which means that an override of the veto is not only possible but likely ... unless public pressure turns around the Democrats who voted for it (!) and a few Republicans too.
If the General Assembly overrides the Guv's veto on Ag-Gag and on the magistrate's "opt-out from icky gay marriage" law, that will further marginalize the General Assembly's majority from voting independents, who already regard Phil Berger et al. as the political equivalent of prickly heat.