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the police kept. >> here is a live look from downtown san francisco. drier air is on the way for the next couple of days. rain could hit the world series. >> new hot spot in livermore, six-car pile-up. left lane is blocked. injuries were reported as well, we'll be tracking the drive time through altamont pass coming up. >> and terry mcsweeney in san francisco where excitement is building and building for the world series to start here in san francisco on wednesday. can you believe it? ticket prices, they are building, too. out of control. >> it is monday. convict right now. >> right now a power outage in oakland has the lights out in the caldecott tunnel and left had00 pg&e customers without electricity. >> they restored 15,000
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customers during the height of yesterday's rainstorm. pg&e says equipment problems caused the outage that forced bart to close one station and turned the lights out at the oakland police department. it also affected a police dispatch center for a short time. they hope to restore power by 7:00. >> power outages weren't the only problem from the weekend storm. in the north bay, the rain left a foot of standing water in cotati. in sebastopol a huge oak tree came crashing on to a house. the four adults that were in the house at the time are fine. >> we thought it was a real long loud thunder. >> on the peninsula, pg&e crews worked through the storm to fix a downed power line caught in trees in san mateo.
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>> another storm may be coming back. >> when are we going to see the rain. >> singing in the rain. not really. >> look at the rainfall totals in santa rosa, nearly 5 inches and three and a quarter in clearlake. inch around san francisco and also oakland. live doppler 7 hd very quiet. you see the last few radar returns just shrink in the darkness of the night. things are fine for now. we definitely have rain on the way and could affect thursday's world series game. we'll take a time frame on that in the seven-day forecast. richmond police are looking for the people behind a drive-by shooting that wounded two young teenagers. the 13 and 14-year-old were walking near south 8th street
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and florida avenue when a car pulled up and the occupants opened fire. 13-year-old was hit in the hand and 14-year-old was hit in the leg. more than nine years after the disappearance of washington intern chandra levi the man charged with the murder is going on trial. he is accused of assaulting and killing levi as she was jogging through a park in washington. she was romanticly linked to gary condit. he may be called as a witness. there is much more on the case coming up at 7:00 on "good morning america." >> the biggest question in the bay area may be, how can i get tickets to the world series? that is because the giants are heading back to the series for the first time in eight years to become the national league champions.
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terry mcsweeney is live with more and people are driving by and honking at you this morning? >> it's easy to get tickets to the world series. all you have to do is have a whole lot of money, up to $500 for a standing room only ticket here at at&t. $500 to stand for the game. if you lower boxes, thousand dollars on up. enough of that disturbing news but how the giants got there. let's celebrate saturday night. brian wilson, against ryan howard and let the party begin. and it really rocked on in philadelphia. champagne and beer and flowing all over the place. it continued at at&t park yesterday afternoon. the team comes back on the bus.
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a crowd of adoring fans, it's all great. this team is loving every minute of this of this great excitement for the fans and bigger excitement for the players. >> this is unbelievable. er never expected this when we got back to san francisco. it's amazing. we have a great family here. we're looking forward to get started. >> we would like to have done it the last game, but to come back to the airlift shows what a great game we had. >> big money. at the giants' dugout, merchandise, saying san francisco giants, 2010 national league champions. that is a good feeling but the world series shirt, world series champions that has never been made because the san francisco giants have never been the world champions. getting back to the ticket issue the giants' website they may have a single game tickets left
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for game seven if it gets that far. i tried to get there and they can't sell them. let me give you the exact wording. the ticket server is off line for scheduled maintenance. sad scheduling. >> bad timing, thanks very much. >> and game one of the world series between 5:00 p.m. on wednesday. game two will be at the same place on thursday. giants will travel to texas for games three and four next weekend and game five if necessary. and if needed in the best of 7 series, game six and seven will be played back in san francisco the following wednesday and thursday. it is 6:06. caltrans is beginning to hoist the second span of the bay bridge in place. this shows how it will be lifted 30 stories in the air and bolted
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in place. pieces are 107 feet tall. each weighs over a million pounds. the work had to be delayed because of an equipment issue. caltrans is warning drivers not to be distracted by the work and keep their eyes on the road. >> that is going to be hard when that is happening. >> let's check in with mike nicco. >> good morning to you. i had to throw a little water on game two because chance of showers. first, let's talk about what is happening right now. you see the temperatures are running in the low to mid-50s in most neighborhoods but down in the 40s in napa. santa rosa, the fog, about a quarter mile visibility. and those temperatures are much cooler this morning than they were yesterday morning, from 2 in antioch, to 13 degrees cooler in santa rosa. san francisco, 7. menlo park, 9.
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san jose, 7 and 11 in concord and livermore. temperatures today will climb up to the low to mid-50s with increasing sunshine this afternoon. around the monterey bay, we'll have monterey itself right around 59 degrees. low to mid 50s for the rest of the bay and mid-50s inland. you will also see an increase in sunshine. high pressure will hold us dry for fuss tugs and wednesday but on thursday, showers will move into san francisco and couple more systems will bring scattered showers friday, saturday and sunday evening should be dry. low to mid-60s with 50s at the coast. we're watching the hot spot in livermore on westbound 580 near basca road. six cars involved in the crash. it was in the left lane. they cleared to the center divide. chp is still on its way and also
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an ambulance. so once they get there, we could still see slowing even though no lanes are blocked. 19 miles per hour right at the scene. here is the drive time along that stretch. 205 to 680, it's now over half an hour as you make your way through livermore. 680 is still looking good but look out for the lights that are out in caldecott tunnel. >> new poll that is offering one gubernatorial candidate a big reason to celebrate. >> big change in the white house was called for today when it comes to some of america's most popular trucks. >> and new twist for two cal
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6:13, back to work monday morning. roads are still a little slick out there but this picture traffic moving on 680 looks like it's moving okay. just a little fog. and lights are out in the caldecott tunnel and there is a hot spot in livermore that frances will tell us more about. gubernatorial candidates meg whitman and jerry brown are focusing on their final week of campaigning hoping to attract as many undecided voters as they can. whitman trails in the polls even after spending $163 million on her campaign.
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they believe that conditions are so fluid enough to turn things around. >> brown is expected to reinforce his message rather than introducing anything new. >> the two grads being held in iran have a trial date. iran's news agency say they will appear before the court on november of this. they were arrested near the border a year ago. shourd was released on bail in september but there are reports this morning that she will return to iran for the trial. a classified u.s. report leaked on friday suggests that iranians crossed the border in iraq to arrest the three americans. >> coming up, we had lots of rain yesterday. it was eradicates and now it's gone but some more could come back? okay, i got it.
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but how much? >> in the much going on right now. you can see haze hacking around and sky humidity is hacking there. it feels damp this morning. and haze and humidity have combined to create a little bit of fog. it's pretty thick up 101, look at novato and everybody else is doing okay. fog is starting to form around livermore. let's talk about temperatures. that is where the fog is thickest. over to napa, 49. low to mid-50s in most neighborhoods, antioch is holding on at a&m. monterey bay, cloudy conditions and patchy fog, low to mid-50s through most neighborhoods, salinas a little warmer and 57. so it will be dry, it will be mild and increase in sunshine this afternoon. clear, cool tonight and valley fog will form again. we'll have dry weather today, tomorrow and for the most part thursday, but thursday evening
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towards the end of the game, it's going to roll back in the forecast and hang around for friday and saturday. cold front diving down, fast jetstream pushing it out of the way. we'll have clearing today as the jetstream will bring in drier air. that will help boost our temperatures from this morning's lows. we'll jump up to mid and upper 50s and just about all of us will be partially cloudy. upper 50s along the coast. half moon bay and daly city at 59. downtown san francisco, 62 but head to the south, it's 54. you head to the north bay valleys, mid-60s. at your beaches, still only mid to upper 50s. low to mid-50s across the east bay shore in north to south, with richmond at sea. oakland, hayward, union city around 54. inland, east bay valleys, mid-50s. dublin, 50 the cool spot.
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and monterey bay, upper 50s for monterey and carmel. mid 50s for the rest of the bay. 62 in salinas and mid 50s for gilroy and hollister. tonight, look at the temperatures, widespread upper 40s with low 50s with fog thickest up around the north bay valleys. seven-day forecast, slightly warmer weather once the fog fades. thursday evening, 5:00 game because of the east coast times. scattered showers and some could linger sunday morning but sunday evening will be dry. back to livermore, westbound 580, near basca road, in the center divide and traffic is still slowing as you head through the area. chp is still on its way, but at this point, the drive time is now 33 minutes in 205 to 680 and the other slow spot is out of
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antioch. 24 minutes. you may consider mass transit. at the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights have not been turned on quite yet and it's backed up to beyond the parking lot there. heading on over to the san mateo bridge, no delays and traffic looking good in both directions. it's also quiet for north bay commuters out of marin county across the golden gate bridge into san francisco and no delays reported in the south bay at the 280 and 17 interchange. time to check the price of gasoline and price continues to rise. national average price for regular is 2.82, up more than a nickel.
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california's average price jumped a dime to 3.11. fresno, the surprise 3.04. highest price in the nation, guess what city, san francisco. good guess. it's 3.16. >> tractor-trailers delivery advance and school buses, larger vehicles will need to be more fuel efficient. epa and transportation department plan to release the proposal for medium and heavy duty trucks sold from 2014 to 2018. plan will seek about 20% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and fuel consumption. >> coming up, the call to 911 that has a ten-year-old boy doing a lot of explaining and his father rethinking what he is serving for dinner. >> and new feature that will
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wasn't his liking. so the officer explained why the call didn't rise to the level of the police emergency. there is no word on what dad was serving or whether the boy had to eat it anyway. >> 6:30, big crowds making a campaign push today. >> plus, the report that could offer critical insight about what pg&e has done since the san bruno gas line explosion from happening again. >> and how did it d it happen? an employee murdered inside a napa mental hospital. other employees say their employer is to blame. >> i'm terry mcsweeney live at willie mays plaza. some are saying, national league champion san francisco giants, others are counting their lucky stars, those will be the people that have tickets.
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their stories and their prices coming up. >> it's pretty busy this morning houston flight arrival delays in atlanta and more wet weather mog up in the eastern seaboard. >> at the bay bridge toll plaza, backed up to the 880 overyos go but metering lights are not yet on. on. more weather, traffic and i'm among 30,000 employees who used to work for hp. i was supposed to retire there. carly fiorina changed all that. fiorina laid off 30,000 people and she shipped our jobs to china and india. i had to pack my bags and i was out the door that night. we even had to train our replacements. she didn't need 5 corporate jets. one hundred million for herself. fiorina never cared about our jobs. not then and not now. i'm barbara boxer and i approve this message. "abolish the public schools." he even called our schools "insidious" and "socialism."
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as an unhappy choice between a longtime politician with no plan for the future and a billionaire with no government experience. well, let me tell you my story. my husband and i came here as newlyweds. we raised our family here and the california dream came true for me in ways i could never have imagined. now i'm running for governor
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to restore the california dream for everyone. i'm not a career politician or a hollywood star. i'm from silicon valley, where i created thousands of jobs at ebay. as governor, i'll do something that's been missing from california politics for far too long. i'll treat you like grownups, tell it to you straight, and offer a practical plan forward. these are scary times and i know that cleaning up sacramento won't be easy. our problems are tough, but so am i. if you want more of the same from sacramento, then vote for my opponent. but if you want to get california moving again, i'm ready. are you? >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. good monday morning. you are looking live at the
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new york stock exchange waiting for the opening bell. should be ringing right now. [ bell ringing ] here it is. stock futures jumped after world finance leaders pledged to balance global trade and plus they are looking into mortgage companies whether they cut corners to foreclose on homes. expect this to be a giant week for ticket brokers. terry mcsweeney joins us live from at&t park with the latest on what everyone seems to be talking about this morning. hi, terry. >> and every conversation i've had since the giants clinched, you got a connection? i don't have tickets and i don't have much of a connection unless you want to go online like i just did and find outstanding room only tickets to the giants
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world series game one and two are between $450 and $500. you want to sit down and $500 and $600. take a look at the excitement. like dwelling on the fact they don't have tickets to the game. they are excited to see the giants come home. fans waited in the rain. couple hundred of them for hours for the team to return to at&t park sanchez and matt cain and all got out and thanked the fans in person. so big excitement for the fans and yes, big excitement for the players. >> it's unbelievable. i never expected this when we got back to san francisco. we got a great family here. >> has your feet hit the ground yet? >> not yet.
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this is just great. >> coming back here, we would have liked to done it the last game but to come back and have the fans here for us. what a great many game we had. >> if you want to wear the latest in fashion, i know janelle does, you want to get your national league champion t-shirt available now and they were going fast. there was a waiting line for the t-shirts. this is absolutely giants' fever going crazy. if you want a ticket and you go to o their website, games one two and six are completely sold out. single tickets are available for game seven but they have scheduled maintenance going on the soir so you can't get the tickets right now. and they are only $50 for are standing room only. if you buy them from craigslist, up to $500. wow, the price of excess.
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the do the i.t. people know there is a world series on? >> i hope that they do. >> pg&e's pipeline assessment is due to be presented to regulators today. they ordered to inspect all the natural gas line pipelines after the deadly san bruno fire. jackie speier says she'll meet with all 27 mayors in san mateo county to discuss the report. meantime, on saturday the state puc released a list of $171 million in fines it has levied since 1999. they report that not a single fine was issued against peg for violating any safety laws. pg&e had more violations during that time than the state's other major operators combined. >> a mentally ill patient is
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being held in napa county on murdering a worker. wayne freedman talked with the co-workers who says this was bound to happen because of safety concerns have largely been ignored. >> you go to work wondering is today my day, am i going to be the one. >> a long time nurse, one of several staff members that spoke to "abc 7 news." they say that working conditions are bad inside. >> we're not allowed to speak to the press. >> they don't want to be exposed >> reporter: those complaints go back several years. psychologists, nurses and staff members have gone on record saying the hospital does not protect them from mental patients who used to be criminal court who roam around freely. >> every day, we're talking about people getting hit over the head with cement, we're
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talking about attempted rapes. staff being pulled into rooms and beaten where they can no longer open their eyes. >> when an attack happens, it takes several minutes for hospital police to arrive. they were threatening arrests when abc7 tried to enter a public parking lot inside. >> they should be on the unit protecting staff. >> what angers staff even more, they say hospital management knew of a murder threat against them but did not pass it along. >> napa state hospital had no response to charges by its employees. they say they want safety and security. the same provisions that correctional officers get inside state prisons, they want them inside napa state hospital. investigators have released a suspect sketch in a sexual assault at a campground.
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the suspect is described as a latino mail, 200 pounds, muscular build, large belly and brown eyes and short black hair. he was wearing a white t-shirt and work gloves. investigators say he entered a trailer at the lake solano park and assaulted a 50-year-old room. he stole about $200 and a small safe before he took off. >> police and firefighters are offering a so,000 reward to catch people who are taking no on measure v campaign signs. the reward comes after the no on measure v campaign showed city councilman member handing over the signs in the back of his car to police. the no on measure v campaign says he removed them illegally. they say the signs were
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illegally place had public property and he can remove hem. >> the councilman was found in possession of four signs. hundreds of signs have gone missing in the last few weeks. >> it needs to be pointed out how many illegal signs are all over the city. i personally saw 27 illegal signs yesterday. i saw three on my drive over here. >> november 2nd measure v would limit raises police and firefighters can gain through contract arbitration. >> first lady is expected to visit the bay area this evening to help raise money for democratic candidates. in the past she has been a huge draw. they have confirmed she will attend a fund-raiser at fairmont and he is expected to return later this week to campaign for barbara boxer. right now caltrans is beginning the big task of
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hoisting the second tower of the new eastern span of the bay bridge into place. this computer rendering shows how the four sections of the tower will be lifted 30 stories into the air and then lowered and bolted into place. the pieces are 107 feet tall. each weighs over a million pounds. these are live pictures as the project against underway this morgue. the project was delayed by an equipment problem. they are warning drivers to keep their eyes on the road rather than on the construction. >> the option is too much togetherness with the car in front of you. check on the weather forecast. it's going pretty well. i think the commuters will be happy it's not raining. here it is the last radar returns fade into go the darkness of the nighttime hours and rainfall totals very impressive. five inches in santa rosa. nearly three 1/4 in clearlake.
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and two inches in san rafael and more than an inch in oakland and san jose about a quarter and nearly half an inch around concord and livermore. good healthy rain. temperatures under a cloudy sky will be pretty much what they are, upper 40s to mid 50s. we'll see breaks in the cloud cover and temperatures hovering around the upper 50s to low 60s and by 4:00, should be partly cloudy everywhere with temperatures in the low to mid 50s. dry air and a warming trend tomorrow through thursday. thursday evening especially towards the end of game two of the world series, rain will develop and move into the bay and become more scattered in nature so showers through sunday morning, sunday evening should be dry. how is the bay bridge this morning? >> it's looking scary because
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traffic is backed up towards the foot of the maze. there is an accident, on the shoulder but with metering lights, good 25 minute wait at the bay bridge toll plaza. other scary spot, 580 through livermore. an earlier accident has been in the center divide for a while, but with six cars there and chp and ambulance, things are jamming up through the altamont pass. so the drive time has grown, as well. 347 minutes right now from 205 to 680 which is causing at least a 20-minute delay and westbound 4 out of antioch. lone tree way to 242 half an hour. near highway 35 there is a downed tree that may be blocking west of highway 35. we'll show you san mateo bridge, 92 is an option if you are heading toward the coast. in the north bay, so far no
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major problems us a make your way out down toward the golden gate bridge. a bay area search giant is about to do a whole lot more to protect your privacy. find out what google has up its sleeve. >> trading is underway straight ahead. right now, dow is up more than 78 points. >> and is it a plan or just political posturing. a new proposal to extend bararar
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david harmer wrote an education plan titled "abolish the public schools." he even called our schools "insidious" and "socialism." as families struggle to raise their kids, to provide a good education, harmer bragged, "we can design a plan to dismantle them." david harmer is just too radical. we need jerry mcnerney. protecting local schools from devastating cuts. he's a moderate, endorsed by the stockton record, the independent, and our local teachers. i'm jerry mcnerney, and i approved this message.
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time for your california forecast, it's 6:45 at this
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monday. eureka 58. tahoe, 46. yosemite, 55. a few lingering light rain showers, san diego, 56. palm springs, low 70s. central valley low 50s. in fresno with increasing sunshine this afternoon. a new los angeles times poll is giving brown a canned go lead over whitman in the race for governor. it shows brown leading whitman 52-39%. his lead has doubled since last month. whitman campaign is blasting the survey saying it's flawed. times poll shows boxer holding on to her eight-point advantage over carly fiorina. her lead is unchanged from september.
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>> senator boxer will talk about green energy when she makes a stop in silicon valley along with dianne feinstein. boxer campaigned with gubernatorial candidate brown and they spoke at a rally where they criticized carly fiorina's support of prop 23. boxer's challenger carly fiorina made a stop in sacramento. she visited gop headquarters where volunteers are trying to get out to vote. she says she is hopeful that california voters will make national news on november 2nd by ousting boxer. bank of america finds more problems with the forecast paperwork and google is tightening up rules that protect consumer privacy. >> jane king from bloomberg report and why it may be tough to find a good cut of meat.
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>> get used to the hamburger. here is the story about google, they are going to tighten live si controls. there is a lot of criticism how their mapping service and gathered e-mails from unsecured networks. google says they are improving training for workers including engineers in product management and legal affairs. starting next month, they are trying to make an information security awareness program. ben bernanke is reporting he says federal regulators are looking whether mortgage companies cut corners when they moved in on foreclosures. so bank of america is coming out this morning and says, yes, it's finding problems with some of it. they say the problems are minor,
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they did find paperwork problems lost signature of 25 of several hundred documents it's looked so far. >> and on housing, we'll get a report on existing home sales in just a few minutes. so here are s how the markets, we've got gains on the wall street with dow up right now about 70 points and bloomberg is higher up. cuts of meat may be more difficult. cattle industry is struggling to get people to pay higher prices and make it more profitable. i'm jane king, bloomberg news. >> i'm really sad about that story. thank you very much. [ laughter ]
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>> thanks so much. and power outage in oakland and contra costa county has the lights out in the caldecott and left 400 pg&e customers without electricity. the new outage happened after pg&e restored power to 15,000 customers that lost power. pg&e says that outage was caused by a storm related equipment problem. neighbors say they heard a loud boom coming from an electrical substation on second street. >> i heard a boom as i was walking out the door. it had like a train kind of dropped. it was really loud. i didn't know, i didn't know exactly what it was. >> it affected oakland police headquarters and a fire station. 6:49. we heard the storm caused those problems. where did it go? >> it's starting to fall apart
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in southern california and other storm is moving out of georgia and causing more strong weather and causing flight delays. beautiful picture from mount tam this morning, still breezy up at the higher elevations but the breezes will blow in drier air and more sunshine this afternoon. let's take about how the valley fog is still prevalent up in the north bay from nova to quarter of a mile and everybody to partly to mostly cloudy. temperatures are running to upper 40s and low to mid-50s. around the monitor lay bay, temperatures in the low to mid-50s. with salinas a little bit warmer at 57. number one highlight is, the changing of the air mass. dry and mild air is rolling in today. that will bring us afternoon sunshine, clear and cool tonight. look for fog to form in the valleys. dry through at least wednesday. but thursday evening, towards the latter parts of the game
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could see some rain start to move in to san francisco and rest of bay and showers for friday and saturday. let's take a look what happens today. east bay valleys, all of us will be partly cloudy. mid-60s here. low to mid 50s on the east bay shore with oakland, hayward and union city around 64. down in the south bay, mid to upper 60s. san jose, of you and on the peninsula, mid-60s here, with 55 in menlo park. half moon bay, pacifica, daly city, 58, 59 degrees. 62 in downtown san francisco. south san francisco, 54. most of the north bay valleys in the mid-50s. your beaches in the mid to upper 50s and monterey bay, monterey and carmel in the upper 50s. low to mid-50s for watsonville and mid 50s for gilroy and hollister. ton, widespread upper 40s to low 50s and thickest fog once again in the north bay valleys.
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watch the jetstream, 165 mile-per-hour jetstream that will keep high clouds mixing with our sunshine. as the high pressure will hold on for tuesday and wednesday most of the storms will stay to the north north. rain starts to move back and showers for friday and saturday, showers will taper sunday morning so trick-or-treating will be okay sunday evening. do you have giants' fever? it's hitting us. and show us how you are ready to cheer them on. you can send us your photos or videos. upload them or send them to us by e-mail.
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>> and also in sunnyvale, southbound 101, two lanes currently blocked at this point. we'll see if they can clear that right away. so far looking pretty good in the south bay. then a new accident in hayward, southbound 880 at 92. it has been cleared from the lanes and luckily, they called this an injury crash but they are saying it's a non-injury crash. one we've binl westbound 580, 205 is crawling, 18 miles an hour through altamont pass, 45 minutes in 205 to 680. also, lights are still out in the caldecott tunnel. a little bit of slowing westbound on 24 through the area. mass transit systems are report go no delays. that is good way to go because if you are headed to the bay bridge toll plaza, traffic is backed up to the foot of the
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maze with a new stall reported just past the toll. get the latest by going to is the place to go and it's under the bay area traffic link. thank you. bart director is helicopter go that a proposal to extend bart out to the richmond district. the examiner reports it would include stops in the western addition, 25th avenue and 48th avenue as well as ocean beach. richmond district supervisor says he is skeptical of the possibility of extending bart to ocean beach. the project is already in the works to have geary boulevard buses travel on separate lanes with signal light priority by 2015. >> a new report out this morning says that pediatricians should screen new mothers for depression.
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according to the report, researchers found fundamental and social delays for babies with depressed mothers. between five and 25% develop postpartum depression. they recommended a similar screening earlier this year. >> recapping our top story, the giants will hold a workout and gear up for game one of the world series against the rangers. terry mcsweeney is live with at&t park with more. >> reporter: a lot of people are gearing up for it, too, for the big world series that starts on wednesday. some of those people are selling giants' items like the one you see me wearing. some are selling tickets some are selling them on ten times face value. take a look how they are dealing with it. welcoming the team, they waited hours until 5:00 in the evening,
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afraid did i sanchez, matt cain, madison bumgarner all these guys and -- freddy sanchez. in the sense the san francisco giants never won a world series and now they are there again, against the texas rangers. it should be one heck of a series. if you want to see it in person, a standing room only seat, $50. $500. if you want a $200 club box seat $1500 to $2500. they are astronomical. if you want to get them on line, they said they had seats for game seven but you couldn't get on because they are doing scheduled maintenance. now you can't even get the maintenance warning, they just say they are sold out. >> it had to happen.
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tickets had to be sold. >> we tried. let's get a last look at the forecast with mike nicco. >> thank you very much. here is a look at a dry doppler hd. temperatures in the upper 40s to mid-50s. most neighborhoods will be in the low to mid 50s away from the beeps where we'll be in the upper 50s. a warming trend through thursday evening and through saturday. it could get once again. >> bay bridge toll plaza backed up to the maze right now with an earlier accident. also, westbound 580 still jammed out of tracy through the altamont pass. also find slow traffic southbound 8980 and bring your chains if you are going on 80 or 50. >> we'll be back with a local update at 7:22. >> stay connected 24/7@@@@
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