Weather cold, Panthers hot

Hi everyone, this is Paul Cameron in the WBTV Newsroom--

Will flakes be flying over Charlotte this time tomorrow? Eric Thomas says he can't guarantee snow, but can promise the temps will be at or below freezing the next 48 hours-- which has the ski resorts quivering with the possibility of an early season opener.

For the second time in a week, a flasher is exposing himself in a Lake Norman neighborhood. Police arrested a 25-year old last week in Huntersville's Monteith Park. Our David Spunt is looking into the latest report in nearby Caldwell Station in Cornelius which has neighbors saying, enough is enough.

It's still hard to fathom the depth of the destruction caused by the super typhoon that ravaged the Philippine Islands. With upwards of 10,000 dead, people there are begging for assistance. The US government and other private agencies are responding with food, water and medicines.

A big victory for a local group asking for changes to how police are policed. The city has agreed to allow member of the Citizen's Review Board to access the internal affairs file whenever an officer is investigated. In the past, all CRB decisions have always sided with police.

After the 10-9 victory in San Francisco, the Carolina Panthers are now THE hot ticket. We checked at Stubhub and a seat for next Monday's night's again against the Patriots will set you back $1,600. That's what winning five-in-a-row will do for public interest.

Please join Molly Grantham, Eric Thomas and me for WBTV News at 11:00 in just a few minutes.