Milk & bread night?

Hi everyone, this is Paul Cameron in the WBTV Newsroom watching the mercury drop.

While the mountains are already getting a visit from Old Man Winter, in Charlotte, don't rush out for the milk and bread just yet, but we could see some snow flakes before the night is over. One thing for sure-- it's going to get very cold tonight. Eric Thomas has the latest computer models on WBTV News at 5:00.

Jaime Parsons, the adoptive half-brother of missing teenager Erica Parsons, breaks silence tonight. Jaime tells our David Whisenant why he was the one who reported her missing almost two years after she left to live with her grandmother. That grandmother, by the way, has been dead for five years.

Our Sharon Smith just got back from CMPD where accused ski-mask rapist Jerry Lee Brooks has just confessed to six more Charlotte rapes. We'll hear what investigators are saying about the man they've hunted since 1979, finally catching him near Myrtle Beach in 2012.

Looks like USAirways will soon disappear to become American Airlines. Both carriers reached an agreement in court with the US Justice department.

Have you tried to get a ticket for next Monday's night's Panthers home game against the Patriots? Our latest check on Stub-Hub has club seats going for $1,600 each. Oh, you could probably get a regular seat for about $1,000. So far, not many takers, even for the victory starved Panthers' faithful.

Please join Maureen O'Boyle, Eric Thomas, Delano Little and me for WBTV News at 5:00 in just a few minutes!