Yes, you can be sent back. However, Florida will have to want you back. This assumes you have an outstanding felony probation violation. If it is only a misdemeanor, then NC is not going to bother, and FL probably will not care.
Just to add to the good information the attorneys above have given you, I believe extradition to Florida is governed by the Interstate Compact, and that Florida has 30 days to come get the probationer. Mark these dates on your calendar.
I had a client a few months back in Raleigh where the PO violated him for some minor offense. Fla sentencing laws and NC sentencing laws are incompatible for probation, so the PO didn't know what else to do and decided to send him back to Fla. Only problem was that Fla didn't want him back. He spent his month in jail and made a fuss so the Sheriff had to turn him loose. Good luck.