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This 10-year-old may have a voice that is meek and quiet, but his spirit and his love of family is anything but that. Elmer, the younger of the two boys is hoping to find a family that will let him stay with his brother forever.
Temperatures are expected to fall below freezing even faster tonight with the clear skies that we now have overhead which always lead to more efficient cooling at the surface. Use great caution if heading out on the roads overnight in these areas. As usual, untreated secondary roads pose the bigge
High temperatures which hovered around 70 degrees on Sunday will take a swan dive into the 40s by Wednesday with lows close to or below freezing from Wednesday morning all the way through next weekend.
Make sure you plan to get wet if you’re heading to either of the tailgates or football games tomorrow, including the Sunbelt Championship in Boone and of course the ACC Championship right here in Charlotte.
So while the warmer air will be welcome for many of you, don’t expect pretty days. In fact, rain will gradually become more likely Friday and especially Saturday as a wide area of patchy rain arrives from the southwest.
Thursday starts off with lows in the mid 20s, not a huge jump just yet. We will make a little more progress in the afternoon though. With sunny skies, highs will get back to the mid 50s. We could reach the low 60s on Friday.
The smile is not simply because of the possibility of a wrapped box that may contain a “red ryder BB gun” instead Ethan’s smile will be beaming because the greatest gift of all is right in front of him, the ability to finally be able to say once and for all “I’m HOME!”