5 Things You Need to Know this Monday morning

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RECORD-LOW TEMPS ON TAP FOR CENTRAL INDIANA:
Temperatures continue to drop this morning and our lows, in some spots, will be 30-35 degrees colder than normal. See a list of school delays and closings here. Chuck Lofton says that if we drop to Indianapolis' forecasted -4 low, it would be mark the earliest sub-zero temperature in the city since Dec. 15, 1989. Watch Chuck's forecast.

MONSERRATE SHIRLEY SENTENCING STARTS MONDAY:
The woman who killed two neighbors when her south side home exploded four years ago will learn her sentence this week. Monserrate Shirley's sentencing gets underway Monday and is expected to take two days. Click here.

KRAVITZ: FROM JOY TO SADNESS, COLTS WIN BUT FALL EVEN FURTHER OUT OF PLAYOFF CONTENTION
Bob Kravitz says we should give the Indianapolis Colts credit for playing brilliantly - but it still doesn't change the fact that "this just isn't a good football team, isn't a playoff-bound football team, just a mediocre 7-7 collection of talent that can't pass muster in the decidedly ordinary AFC South." Read Bob's column here and look for his Dopey Report Card later today on wthr.com.

MISSING SPELUNKERS RESCUED IN SOUTHERN INDIANA:
Seven overdue spelunkers have been found in a southern Indiana cave. The group was surveying Binkley's Cave near Corydon. They were supposed to come out Sunday morning after their 15 hour trip, but they hadn't been seen by Sunday evening. More details.

NEW BRIDGE CONNECTING INDIANA-KENTUCKY OPENS:
The Lewis and Clark Bridge, a new bridge spanning the Ohio River between Indiana and Kentucky, opened to traffic Sunday. It is one of multiple bridges connecting southern Indiana with the Louisville Kentucky metro-area. Click here.