The FBI is now involved in the search for a missing Cleveland boy. 3-year-old Emilliano N. Terry is a black male, 30" tall and approximately 30 pounds. He was last seen around 5:05 p.m. Sunday at Kossuth Park at E. 121 and Williams Avenue. Emilliano was last seen wearing a gray Northface coat, a red and black sweater, blue jeans and blue and black Champion tennis shoes. The police department brought in their K-9 unit and have picked up Emilliano's scent at the park. Officers have expanded the search radius and other search locations have been added. His mother, 20-year-old Camilia T. Terry, said that she was at the park with her children and had taken her eyes off of Emilliano to tend to another child and once she looked for him, he was missing. One of the other children, a five-year-old, said that Emilliano may have gotten into a black Saab or similar vehicle with someone; but at this time that has not yet been verified.
It's a cold start to the week with temperatures in the upper 30s. A cold front will produce a few snow showers tonight and part of the area could wake up to a dusting. With the wind out of the north Tuesday, temperatures will be a few degrees colder. Dry air will hold Wednesday into Thursday before the next disturbance brings rain late Friday.
TODAY: Cold with more clouds than sun. High: 39 Wind: W at 5-10 mph
TONIGHT: Snow showers after 9pm; little to no accumulation. Low: 30 Wind: N at 5-10 mph
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy and colder. High: 37
Full stomachs after Thanksgiving dinners didn't prevent people from getting shopping done as Americans set a record for busiest post-Thanksgiving weekend ever. Customers flocked to stores on Thanksgiving day to scoop up "doorbuster" deals and record 247 million shoppers visited stores and websites in the post-Thanksgiving Black Friday weekend this year. The National Retail Federation says that's 21 million more people than last year. Shoppers also spent more; an average of $423 over the weekend.