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in the headlines, a 13-year-old girl and 18-month-old brother fighting to survive after being sexually assaulted and stabbed by a 14-year-old boy. >> i'm terry mcsweeney with a story of a dispute between san francisco and san mateo counties that could lead drivers holding the bag and bag will be filled with commuter cash. >> live look at the clouds that blanket the bay area leading to us mild conditions this morning. several rain chances in the forecast. i'll give you details. following an accident on the peninsula, south 101 at woodside expressway. no delays there yet, nor will you find any at the bay bridge toll plaza. >> it's 6:00 a.m. thank you so much for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> topping our news, san francisco supervisors could take a key step tomorrow in deciding
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whether to charge a toll to drive into the city from the peninsula. this morning, san mateo county is saying two can play that game. don't know who is winner is going to be but the loser could be the drivers. terry mcsweeney is live. >> san francisco is saying it is considering putting in a toll, three dollars each way for drivers coming in and out of san mateo county. san mateo county for its part, we could do san francisco one better. according to the san jose mercury news, san francisco board of supervisors acting as the city transportation authority will be voting tomorrow on whether to study the toll plan. if it is approved by the city and state leaders, it could be in place by 2015 requiring drivers to pay $3 from entering or exiting san francisco from
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6:30 to 9:30 in the morning and 3:30 to can the in the evening. but it's 1600 per year per vehicle. people are up in arms. the county is proposing a retaliation toll which would be twice of what san francisco, it would be six dollars each way. an assemblyman he would be too pleased to bring that bill to sacramento because he considers the entire topic so ridiculous. in vacaville police have ready a 14-year-old boy who they say sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl and then stand her more than 30 times. they say he also stabbed her 18-month-old brother more than ten times. both victims are in critical condition but expected to survive. police say the suspect broke into their homes around 2:30 yesterday morning. the girl ultimately managed to
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escape to a neighbor's house. when s.w.a.t. team arrived they found the suspect sleeping inside the master bedroom of the house. >> very unusual. tells me he is probably on something. >> we're accelerating tests to determine whether or not he was under the influence of anything. >> police say the suspect is a friend of the victim's older brother and they are trying to figure out the motive for the attack. >> we expect to find out more today about the man accused of killing a virginia woman and then kidnapping her 12-year-old daughter and driving across the country from roanoke to the bay area. detectives from virginia were in san francisco over the weekend to question 32-year-old jeffrey easley and interview brittany smith. the two were seen panhandling last friday outside the ocean beach safeway. easley is the prime suspect in the murder of brittany's mother, tina smith. she was found dead week.
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>> nurses are calling for increased safety measures at napa state hospital. last wednesday a custodian was beaten unconscious and on saturday ux a rehabilitation therapist was attacked. a nurse tells "abc 7 news" that the same patient who beat the custodian also attacked the therapist. and these attacks came less than two months of a murder of a technician. >> it's dangerous. we are losing control. we've lost control. >> napa state hospital says they have immediately added additional measures for escorting patients on the ground. officials say hospital police are investigating last week's attacks. an 18-month-old boy who fell into a san francisco hotel fountain died from his injuries over the weekend. the toddler wandered away from the family while they visited the hyatt regency to see the holiday deck riagsdz. the boy was found eight minutes later floating in the fountain
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where the water is two and a half feet deep. they say the boy died at ucsf hospital on saturday. >> a new crackdown on the campus of u.c. berkeley has bike riders crying foul. campus police have been cracking down on moving violations. california law requires cyclists to follow the same rules as cars. student say the crackdown is cruel considering the recent unprecedented tuition hikes. they say they didn't know the bike signs were so high until students complained. now, they will look at less expensive codes to enforce the laws. >> the union representing transit operators is promising a fight if they don't get their year end bonus. they want to cancel or reduce payments because the agency's financial problems. transit operators have received
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as much as $3,000 in bonuss in recent years. those bonuses come from a special trust fund. muni officials say this year's bonus would cost the agency $3.5 million. the union says there is no need to negotiate because the mta has a legal obligation to fund that trust fund. 6:06 on this monday, let's check in with mike, mild start to the morning. >> we have cloud cover and that is one of the reasons why it's been so mild this morning, clouds will continue hacking around throughout the afternoon hours, to a certain extent, you may see sunshine from time to time. you can see most of the rain staying to the north and next batch of clouds, it looks like this is going to head to the north more than it is going to head over to our neighborhoods with patchy sunshine. check out temperatures when i leave right now, mainly in the low to mid-50s except the los
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gatos at about 46 degrees. everybody is cooler except for redwood city, napa, santa rosa, they are a little bit warmer. half moon bay, oakland and fremont are exactly the same as yesterday. in the afternoon hours, tule fog spilled in and it won't be as prevalent. low to mid-50s. upper 50s along the coast into downtown san francisco and also richmond. more sunshine and warmer weather mid to upper 60s around the monterey bay. let's take, chances of rain tomorrow, wednesday and thursday mainly over the monterey bay. then back home friday, saturday and sunday. >> there is still an accident around the woodside expressway but it's not slowing anyone at this point. mass transit is looking good. new schedule for golden gate
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transit buses. new stops, so be sure to check that. as we go outside, no problems. live shot of the san mateo bridge, looks great, westbound traffic on the right. we'll also head over to 680 in walnut creek. find a good ride, southbound from the benicia bridge. is joe cool looking for a new gig? 49er legend who may be hitching a ride on the 49ers move to the south bay. and crucial vote coming today in sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel. we're like forget florida, we're going on a safari. so we're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum
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6:11, a monday morning, you are looking live at san
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francisco international airport. you see a couple of planes getting ready to take off there. that is not the issue. the issue because of bad weather elsewhere has delays of 64 minutes for arriving flights -- we'll have to see if it gets worse. we have more news for you. >> a suicide bomber has killed six american soldiers in afghanistan. the attack happened yesterday at the entrance to a joint nato base in southern afghanistan. in addition to the six american soldiers, two afghan policemen were killed. none of the soldiers have been identified. this is the deadliest attack on u.s. troops this month. >> in the nation's capital, senate is expected to begin voting on a tax cut deal negotiated between president obama and republican leaders. it's expected to pass there but it's predicted to face a much
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tougher battle in the house where democrats have promised to reject it. if passed it will extend all bush era tax cuts and unemployment benefits including those for the wealthiest of americans. it would provide $400 billion in cuts and tax credits to stimulate the economy. republicans are in the driver's seat on this deal. >> we're not interested in changing this deal. we're interesting in passing it through. >> with the majority of the house and majority of the senate and control the presidency and we acted like we have a weak hand. >> while democrats oppose changes to the estate tax, they say they are confident it will pass by the end of the year. after months of talks the san jose city council is expected to finally vote tomorrow on a have an ordinance that would ban grocery stores
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from providing plastic bags and would charge customers ten cents for disposable paper bags. supporters say it would cut down on litter and the amount of waste in landfills and encourage use of reusable bags. opponents like the american chemistry council says the measure is heavy-handed and that plastic bags can be recycled. if approved the ban would go into effect in january of 2012. joe montana, remember him? and owner eddie debartolo, jr. is making a plan to move 49ers stadium to santa clara. they want to build a luxury hotel next to the stadium. it would including a sports bar. montana and debartolo says they
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have investors. the president jeb york says the project has been delayed at least a year. because they are having problems in financing. the projected opening would be 2015. >> a spectacular light show is taking place in the skies above the bay for the next few days. the geminid meteor shower, it started today and last will at least for four days with the peak tomorrow morning at 3:00 a.m. that is, of course, the skies are clear and willing to stay awake for that long. mike and i will be on the road and keeping our eyes on the road instead of looking for the geminid shower. >> we'll be watching the road. >> we would never stick our heads like that. >> rain is on the rain. hard to see those meteorites
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because of the cloud cover. >> looking live from downtown san francisco, some of the cloudiness that is creating the flight arrival delays. this time tomorrow we should be dealing with rain. dry start on monday. 46 in los gatos. around the monitor way rai bay, mid to upper 40s around the bay and low 50s around salinas and gilroy. mostly cloudy today. wide range for tomorrow night. weekend is looking wet and cooler. you may get a break on wednesday and thursday, at least here in monterey bay where the rain would fall. cloud cover over the top of us. not concerned with this but the cold front to the west. this rolls in tomorrow and brings the wet weather back into the forecast. until it dpuz we have a partly sunny skies with low to mid-50s here. same thing for the peninsula, out on the coast a little more
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cloud cover and cooler with temperatures in the upper 50s. same thing for downtown and south san francisco, through the north bay valleys, mostly cloudy out to the beaches, upper 50s to low 60s in most neighborhoods. over on the east bay shore, low to mid-60s, berkeley and hayward. richmond, 59. low to mid-50s throughout the east bay valleys with not as much fog. we'll have mid to upper 60s around the monterey bay and mid-60s, probably the most around of sunshine. rain is rolling back in our neighborhoods. low to mid-50s around the bay shore out to the coast. upper 40s to near 50 in the east bay and north bay valleys. let's put a timetable on the rain, 7:00 tonight, you can see the cloud cover dominating most of our neighborhoods. rain beginning to move in to sonoma county and then moving all the way down, very light
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nature through 7:00 in the morning. it may wane a little bit before the next push starts to move in during the lunch hour and slide south along the bay during the evening commute. that is the cool front that is going to move through. once we get behind that, clearing sky and fog forming for wednesday morning commute. a little sunshine mixed with cloud cover for wednesday afternoon. >> accu-weather seven-day forecast, temperatures will be cooler tomorrow. mid to upper 50s in most neighborhoods with that on and off light rain. wednesday and thursday, mainly cloudy, upper 50s and periods of rain for friday, saturday and sunday. have a great day, here is frances. >> checking out the slowest ones westbound 4 out of antioch. 25 minutes. 580 through altamont pass, there was fog advisory earlier this morning but it cancelled.
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so there might be fog there but it's under half an hour. southbound 101, from 92 to 84, there was an accident woodside expressway, that is only 7 minutes. we'll show you at 280 and 17 interchange, headlights northbound 280 and check out 880 interchange, head lights north 101 and 880 across your screen looking good. interstate knoll berkeley, a little more crowded but delay free from the carquinez bridge. at the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights have been turned on a little earlier than normal. no major problems elsewhere. get the latest traffic any time whenever you want it. it is now 6:19.
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>> a song made from a angry tv interview uses more than 61 million teams. justin beinger's baby it was watched 400 million times. youtube is now letting users if they want to flag a video for revolve because it promotes terrorism. in november, youtube removed hundreds of videos that teached anwar al-awlaki that was did he did he go designated as a global terrorist. >> they believe it's a good first step to scrubing sites of terrorist propaganda. that the phrase promotes terrify ssm subject to interpretation. >> a diplomatic cable released by wikileaks suggests that north
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korea wanted eric clapton to perform there as a goodwill gesture. >> the cable claims that north korean leader's second son is a huge clapton fan. they suggested in 2007 that the u.s. government make arrangements to perform as a way of building goodwill towards the u.s. the concert never happened. clapton's representatives have not comment. >> prince william and kate have released two official portraits to mark their engagement. a celebrated photographer took the photos. he is the same photographer that photographed princess di five months before her death. the wedding ring from princess di is prominently featured.
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the fact that the photo shows the two embracing, something they avoided during publicly during their courtship. >> still ahead at 6:30, state agency that is about to move hundreds of jobs out of san francisco. also, no tax, just one big drop. a wild weather. it could affect travel nationwide today. and the latest on the arrest of a 14-year-old boy on charges of stabbing a 13-year-old girl and her brother. the amazing lengths that the young girl went to to make sure she and her brother survived. >> it may cost drivers three dollars to drive into san francisco and three dollars to drive out. officials may have a solution, a toll of their own. >> and live look at the country,
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note the flight arrival delays in sfo, we do have rain heading into new york and boston and
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>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. live at the new york stock exchange where the bell has running. expectations the senate will vote to extend bush era tax cuts sent stock futures up. it also increased the size of the budget deficit. we'll have the latest live from the stock exchange in about 15 minutes. we saw fed ex ringing the bell. they say this is going to be their busiest day of the year. local news, a 13-year-old girl and 18-month-old little brother is in stable and
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critical condition. they say a 14-year-old boy is a prime suspect and is under arrest. now a report from our sister station with the latest. >> hours later, some neighbors were still trying to grasp the reality of the brutal crime next door. >> i can't get my head around it. we had heard something. >> investigators say the 14-year-old suspect somehow got into the home, sexually assaulting the 13-year-old girl and then stabbing her and her little brother before she managed to get out of the house. >> motive is still being investigated. >> even after being stabbed so many times, the little girl showed remarkable determination to get her little brother across the street to safety. >> with multiple stab wounds she had, to have the mind to take her brother and take her cell phone with her to call the police.
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a courageous young lady. >> s.w.a.t. team made entry into the home and found the suspect asleep in the master bedroom. they say the suspect is friends with the victim's older brother. the suspect's future stepbrother told us off camera he had run-ins with the law but no one would have managed anything like this. >> he is not that person. he wouldn't do anything like that. >> the victim's grandmother told us, my granddaughter was very brave. she was able to think clearly enough to run across the street to get help. as for the children being left alone, she was helping a sick friend and we ask and pray for everyone involved. both victims are expected to survive. the 14-year-old suspect is facing could two counts of
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attempted murder and multiple charges related to the sexual assault. we expect to find out more about the man accused of killing a virginia woman and then kidnapping her 12-year-old daughter and driving her across the country from roanoke to the bay area. detectives from virginia were in san francisco over the weekend to question jeffrey easley and interview brittany smith. two were seen panhandling last friday outside a safe way in san francisco. a woman need the pair from a national television show and called police. >> now she has been found, will be headed to roanoke soon, the focus has shifted to the murder investigation. >> police say easley is also a suspect in the murder of brittany's mother tina smith, she was found dead last week. they say easley and tina were romantically involved.
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a 15-year-old redding girl who was reported missing is back with her family after being found in the bay area. police have been searching since last month for jean berlinghoff and her uncle. he is accused of abducting her. girl's cousin who lives in san francisco spotted the pair accidentally. she noticed them in a parked car. she and her boyfriend watched them from a distance until police arrived. the family things that the uncle convinced the fleece to leave home with him. >> drivers already pay a toll to get into san francisco from the north bay and east bay. now, the city is reportedly considering a toll of peninsula drivers to come into the city. that is inviting potential retaliation from san mateo county. terry mcsweeney is live on the san francisco county border.
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the bottom line is, they want your money. >> they definitely want your money. san francisco wants three dollars every time you enter san francisco from the south, from san mateo county and three dollars more when you leave san francisco into san mateo county. i guess you could probably figure out san mateo county officials the plan is, quote, ridiculous and vowed retaliation. they are reporting that the san francisco board of supervisors will be voting on a plan to study this toll idea. that vote is tomorrow. it would set up tollbooths on major streets and highways and collect three dollars each way. this would be during commute hours for drivers from san mateo county. for the city it would mean $80 million, for commuters it would mean $1500 per vehicle, per year. not surprisingly a couple folks out here this morning don't like
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it. >> now, they are trying to pay to go like a mile down the street. i mean, i don't know. i wouldn't do it. >> it doesn't make sense. it doesn't sense to pay more to go that distance. >> san mateo county is countering with a plan for w a six dollar toll for drivers entering or leaving its territory. if approved by the san francisco by the city officials, and by state officials it could go into effect as early as 2015. live, terry mcsweeney. in oakland, police are investigating a rash of weekend violence that included one person killed and six others wounded in three unrelated shootings.
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a 20-year-old was shot. he is recovering in the hospital with non life-threatening injuries and police are searching for the suspects. on saturday night in east oakland, a 19-year-old man was killed and three people with shot on international boulevard between 90th and 92nd avenue. one that was wounded was 32-year-old woman that police believe was a bystander. >> later police say there was a shootout between rival gangs on broadway and 12th in downtown oakland. a 19-year-old man and a 14-year-old bystander were wounded. one of the suspected gunman was arrested. the state's budget crisis will have hundreds of jobs moving out of san francisco. the state compensation insurance fund says it will move 755 jobs out of town to save money. those positions will now be moved to pleasanton and
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sacramento. that could mean commute issues because most live in san francisco, daly city or the south bay. agency says operating in san francisco has become very expensive and they also noted difficult attracting enough qualified employees here. tomorrow the contra costa board of supervisors is expected to approve a new contract for the district attorney's office that includes a dozen new furlough days. county prosecutors will have to take 12 unpaid days off by june 30th. prosecutors say the decision would force them to do a superficial job and it would put the public at risk. if duties on pending cases are ignored, they will be released back into the streets without going to trial. time to check the forecast. dry right now but keep the umbrella handy. >> more for tonight and in to tomorrow.
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tomorrow morning's commute, rather quiet. we have low clouds lingering from recent rains and fog. we have upper level clouds that are streaming through on the jetstream. that is going to keep us, i would say in the dark but definitely seeing a full complement of sunshine. temperatures will be hover in the upper 40s to low 50s. by noon, temperatures in the upper 50s. by 4:00, hang in the upper 50s after reaching the low 60s around 1:00 or 2:00. these mid to upper 50s, dry with a little bit of sunshine in between those clouds. as far as your accu-weather seven-day forecast, light rain moves in tonight and hangs around tomorrow as the cold front sweeps slowly from north to south across the bay area. 10th to a quarter of an inch. next system slides to our south for wednesday and thursday. those should be the driest days because periods of rain roll back friday, saturday and sunday.
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>> southbound 680 as you make your way through the sunol grade. this is on the right-hand side but the traffic speeds are under 40 miles an hour as you make your way an drot ti. and then near durham there is another accident as you make your way into fremont. mass transit delays are reporting no delays. new bus schedule for the golden gate transit buses. also in cal starting to gaq highway 29, southbound, partially blocking the lane. you may have to swerve around that area. as you go outside the back-up is developing at the bay bridge toll plaza to the 880 overcrossing, just about 10 to 15 minutes wait. walnut creek, you'll find things are a bit congested near north main and highway 24.
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and highway 78 for you, northbound 78 slowing but much more traffic now headed towards the airport in the northbound direction. it's now 6:41. trading is under way on wall street. we'll have a live report from the new york stock exchange. a live look at the big board. you see the dow is up 13 points. >> also and america's cup ultimatum, race organizers say they are ready to walk away if they don't get what they want this week. and n.f.l. teams brag about playing in any sort of weather but you can't say the same thing for all n.f.l. stadiums. the damage done by a>ñ>ñ>ñ>ñ>ñ@a
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welcome back. coming up on 6:45. if you are heading to north, watch out for light rain around chico. temperatures around 60. sacramento, 50. tahoe, 53. look at southern california, low to mid-80s around los angeles and palm springs. while we're getting rain tomorrow, they are getting snow in the sierra. snow could get down to donner pass and echo summit. this week, berkeley's city council will consider a resolution giving hero status to an army private suspected of supplying wikileaks with classified documents. resolution was approved last month by the peace and justice commission made up of residents appointed by council members. it honors bradley manning but
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calls for him to be released from military custody. today the u.c. board of regents is scheduled to begin considering a plan to reduce fund for thousands of pension and retirement plans. they say the pension and retirement system has nearly $21 billion deficit. to try to fix it, he is recommending a proposal that raises the minimum retirement age and the age for receiving maximum benefits would rise from 60 to 65. in addition the u.c. would greatly gradually decrease contributions to most retiree heath care premiums. last month they approved an 8% tuition hike. >> holiday shopping habits on the minds of many investors on wall street today. jane king just back from shopping for presents joins us live from the new york stock exchange.
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good morning. >> it's in the mail, right? good morning to you. shoppers, coming out in force, first 40 days of the holiday season today and so far spent $22 billion just on the internet. expect that number to rise more. they call it green monday. and it has to be one of heaviest online shopping days of the year. what to buy? what about jewelry. jewelry sales may rise 6% to more than $4 billion this year. jewelry is often the last category the turn occupy wards. if you plan to shop at amazon you have until friday to get free shipping and still get your gift by christmas. we do have markets looking
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higher. dow, nasdaq is trading in the green. s&p 500 highest level since lehman brothers went bust two years ago. an silicon index is trading slightly higher. fewer homes are underwater in the third quarter because of mounting foreclosures. but in five states, nevada coming in number one. >> live at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king. >> don't worry about the bow. thank you very much. the pressure is on for san francisco to present its bid to host america's cup yacht race in 2013. gold yacht club has sent a letter they must sign an agreement by friday otherwise the city will lose its opportunity to host america's
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cup. the mayor says he is optimistic the board will resolve any issue in the next couple of days. >> we're 98% there, we're coming down to little tweaks. there will be a vote on monday and get it out to committee on tuesday. >> they meet again to consider a bid. >> winter doesn't arrive for a week but severe weather blasted the midwest that brought over two feet of snow. four weather related deaths have been reported. now the latest on the briz blizzard. >> as residents of the upper midwest mopped up the snow, they are getting ready for their own walloping. it dumped over a foot and a half of snow. old man winter is no stranger to minnesota but this snowstorm will go down in the history books.
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in minneapolis, incredible video shows the roof the metrodome clapping under the weight of the snow. >> luckily nobody was hurt. the dome's collapse pushed the n.f.l. to move the game to detroit. let out in the cold, minnesota fans with game tickets. >> really big bummer. i wish they would take us to detroit, but i don't think it's going to happen. >> 29 states are getting pounded from the great lakes all the way to the gulf of mexico. >> from nasa, 1500 miles in extent and got snow on the edge of it and thunderstorms. >> some parts of wisconsin saw two feet of snow. high winds made it feel like it was 20 degrees below zero. blizzard conditions left havoc on travel plans for tens of thousands of americans. over 1400 flights were cancelled at chicago airport. >> it heads to the east coast
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where florida will see temperatures in the mid 20s. >> trouble for citrus farmers down there. >> the high in atlanta is 30. that will leak into florida. that is a good point. >> rain and difficult driving tomorrow morning because that is when the rain will be and surely not going to be that heavy. the snow was so heavy in minnesota they banned people from driving. >> don't forget about the stadium. >> that was intense. at sfo, flight arrival delays this morning of just a little more than 60 minutes. let's talk temperatures, mild morning, low to mid-50s. los gatos the ex tepgs accepting
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at 46. we have a flip-flop of temperatures, inland valleys are the coolest but salinas is the warmest. monterey bay, mid to upper 40s. mild afternoon, light rain for tomorrow and tomorrow night. then the weekend is looking wetter and cooler. let's start in the east bear valleys. mostly cloudy conditions, a little more sunshine than yesterday, low to mid-50s here. east bay shore, 59 in richmond, 52 in oakland and san leandro, warm spot is fremont. peninsula, low 60s here. clouds a little thicker along the coast, upper 50s. same thing for downtown san francisco. mostly cloudy through the north bay, upper 50s to low 60s for you. monterey bay, mid to upper 50s and inland we'll have mid-60s. tonight look at the future radar
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returns all over the bay area but very light. some of the air that may escape possibly the east bay valleys would be more like drizzle. upper 40s to low 50s in most neighborhoods. we'll have a few temperatures a lot like today or this morning, i should say. here is the cloud cover, out of next system that will bring the wet weather. the bulk of the energy is well to the north, the tail end of this front. monday, 7:00 in the evening, through tuesday, 7:00 in the morning, you can see light rain. flight delays tomorrow but a lull before the cold front actually pushing through the area during the afternoon and evening hours. then it exists down to the south bikers 7:00 wednesday morning, a little drizzle possible but really, noticeable clearing trend with a few high clouds streaming in for wednesday.
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temperatures will still be in the mid to upper 50s. we'll be in the mid-50s, friday, saturday and sunday where more rain rolls into the forecast. it was frosty morning, a couple days ago in santa clara, this picture came in. one of the many wonderful weather pictures, just like frost as beautiful as that. we love to see them and share them with everybody else. upload them to ureport at >> here a new accident. in san jose, it's moved out to the sholtder and as you can see near 880 on the shoulder so traffic is getting by southbound direction, northbound 280 still flowing well out of the downtown area. 680 showing sunol boulevard down to 84 east that is where an
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earlier accident. so watch out for slowing as you make your way toward the sunol grade. then millbrae, no flight arrival delays are about an hour but and no delays on the freeway on 101 through millbrae and up through san francisco. let's check out 101 in the north bay for you, where speeds are slowing down right now. drive time is currently 11 minutes 37 to 580 and bay bridge toll plaza is backed up around the 880 overcrossing. typical delays, 25 minutes from carquinez bridge. check the drive times whenever you want at >> recapping top story, a proposal to drivers coming into san francisco may turn into a border toll roll. terry mcsweeney is live in daly
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city how they will get you coming and going. >> san francisco is considering a plan that would charge drivers three dollars per vehicle to go into san francisco and three dollars to leave san francisco to come back into san mateo county. san mateo county officials, are saying our toll will be bigger than your toll. they say it's going to be considered by the board of supervisors tomorrow's meeting. a proposal to study the idea of a three dollar toll each way during commute hours. san mateo county businesses and elected officials that is a bad idea. they are promising a six dollar toll each way if the san francisco idea is approved. san francisco toll would raise $80 million for the city per year. it would cost commuters $1500 per year. san mateo county plan would be twice that. if the san francisco plan is
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studied and approved all along the way, it could be in place as early as 2015. final check on weather and traffic. when should we expect that rain? >> probably after 7:00 tonight in the north bay and all of us by tomorrow morning. temperatures will be in the low to mid-50s. richmond and san francisco bay, it will be mostly cloudy. light rain tenth to a quarter of an inch. a heads up, a bad crash southbound 880, as you make your way through here. overturned crash, it may be on the right side right now but with injuries reported, it's going to back things up. backed up to the 880 overcrossing. >> thank you, as well. thank you most of all for joining us for the abc7 morning news. back with a local update at 7:24.
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