Hi, it's Christine Nelson. We have a lot to go over with you this morning. Today is the day we're expecting some volatile weather. Make sure you have your television on between 4:30-7:00 a.m. to watch WBTV News This Morning. We have the most reliable information to get you caught up and out the door this morning.
WEATHER ALERT: Meteorologist Al Conklin has been talking about this weather system that will hit the Carolinas today. We've been monitoring where this system has caused damage already, including downing trees and power lines. One man thinks lightning caught his barn on fire overnight! So should we expect that kind of weather to hit here? The short answer is "yes." Tune in to find out around when we'll start seeing the forecast taking a turn. Al with have your forecast every 10 minutes so don't miss it!
A good reminder...Have you downloaded the WBTV Weather App on your smartphone?? You should do it now! Search "WBTV Weather" in your application search engine.
LIVE: The Freightliner plant was touted during President Obama's campaign for a second term last fall. So what happened that the company announced it's laying off hundreds of employees? We're live with reaction from workers.
A robbery at a local beauty store leads to the SWAT Team being called for help! We'll tell you how it all ended.
I have to go now. See you on the air!
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