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WET RECORD: Rain totals set a new November record, weather causing issues on morning commute. Watch WBTV.

Rain has been falling for hours overnight and Charlotte is seeing a new record for November rain.

According to Meteorologist Al Conklin, November has reached a new record with 8.92 inches of rain for the month. The old record was 8.68 inches.

Al Conklin will let you know what the rest of your Monday is looking like.

And the weather caused some issues in Charlotte Monday morning when a vehicle hydroplaned on South Boulevard, causing the car to crash into a tree, shutting down lanes in the area for a short time.

Chris Larson is keeping an eye on the traffic situation and will alert you to any major issues happening.

The Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office says they need help identifying a man who was seen at the I-85 rest area where a man was shot. A 43-year-old man was shot at the southbound rest area off of I-85 in Cabarrus County. Officials say he was not robbed.

The man says he was washing his hands when two men came into the restroom and stood on either side of him. He said he turned to run out and that's when he was shot in the back.His wife says that her husband was paralyzed from the waist down.

Moms to be - did you know there are apps that can take you through every step of your pregnancy?  That story is all new at 6:45am.

And your Carolina Panthers remain the ONLY undefeated team in the NFL.  The New England Patriots lost to the Denver Broncos last night - that game went into overtime.  We'll show you what you might have missed.

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