1. Frigid temperatures continue across the Carolinas

The Carolinas will see another day of frigid temperatures as a winter storm that brought snow to some part of our region moves out of the area.

Temperatures dipped into the mid-20s overnight into Sunday morning from the mountains to Charlotte. These temperatures resulted in black ice being a major hazard on secondary roads where melted snow and puddles refroze.

"The mountains and foothills will be at the highest risk of black ice," said meteorologist Sarah Fortner. "A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for most of the area north of Mecklenburg County."

As for Sunday's Panthers games, the First Warm Storm Team advised fans to bundle up.

"It's going to be cold, temperatures in the upper 30s, just really cold," Chief Meteorologist Brad Panovich said. "Good news, we'll have plenty of sunshine, but temperatures won't get out of the low 40s by kickoff."

Meteorologist John Wendel encouraged fans to be extra cheerful as getting up and moving around will be in their best interest in staying warm at the game. Click here for the full forecast.

2. Have you seen her? Authorities searching for missing 15-year-old

Police in Concord are asking for the public’s help finding a missing teenager. According to the North Carolina Center for Missing Persons, a Silver Alert was issued for 15-year-old Precious Maxwell. She was last seen wearing a burgundy long sleeve shirt with Gastonia in white letters, pink pajama pants and white slip-on shoes. Police believe she may be suffering from dementia or some other cognitive impairment.

Maxwell was last seen in the area of Roberta Road in Concord. She is described as a black female, approximately 5-foot-3, weighing 140 pounds. She has long brown and black hair with brown eyes. Anyone with information about Maxwell’s whereabouts is asked to call Concord Police at 704-920-5000. Click here to view a photo of Maxwell.

3. Most spectacular Christmas light displays in the Charlotte area

It's feeling like Christmas outside so why not really add onto the winter weather with a tour of the biggest, best Christmas light displays in the Queen City?

All these displays, often synchronized to Christmas music, are put on by regular people, at their own expense, and it takes an incredible amount of time and creativity. So visit and let them know you appreciate it. Some are collecting money for charitable causes. If a radio station is listed, tune your car radio to that station to listen to the coordinated music. Please be considerate of these folks’ neighbors. Click here for the full list.

4. 3 dead, 1 injured after shooting in east Charlotte

Charlotte Mecklenburg Police are investigating after three people were killed and one injured in an east Charlotte shooting. The incident happened on the 2200 block of Killborne Drive at the Woodland Park Apartments around 8:40 a.m.

According to police, officers arrived and found one man and three deceased women inside the apartment. The man was transported to CMC Main for treatment of life-threatening injures.

CMPD is investigating the incident as a domestic related homicide.

5. Meck County officials release email sent by hackers

Mecklenburg County officials released copies of the email sent to them after hackers froze dozens of county servers earlier this week.

The message, which was provided on paper by Mecklenburg County, included instructions on how to obtain Bitcoins, the digital currency the hackers demanded in order to release the files to County officials. Click here to read the full email.