Umbrella Friday

Hi everyone, this is Paul Cameron at my desk in the WBTV Newsroom.
Hope you’ve got a good umbrella; you’re going to need it tomorrow.  Eric Thomas is expecting heavy rains between now and noon on Saturday.  He’ll have the latest details in his First Alert Forecast at 11:00.
24 hours after the EgyptAir flight dropped out of the sky, there are only theories about what sent it into the Mediterranean.  The Airbus A320 veered wildly and plummeted about hallway between the island of Crete and Egypt’s coastline.  Debris has not been located yet.  While some are pointing to terrorism, experts say they won’t know much until the plane’s black boxes are located.  Meantime, reports tonight say French police are investigating workers at the Paris airport.

Last September, 13-month-old Emily Hinton was playing in the backyard with her grandmother when a gas can exploded, severely burning nearly 60 percent of her tiny body.  Tonight, we’re hearing from Emily’s mother about how difficult the road to recovery has been but that she wants her to inspire others, letting her little light shine on people who need help.

Please join Molly Grantham, Eric Thomas, Delano Little and me for WBTV News at 11:00 tonight!