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airport delays of over an hour. be careful out there. looking for a much cooler day around the bay. to plan your days, numbers in and around the 50-degree mark along the coast, 50s around the bay. partly cloudy and much cooler for everyone today. mainly in the 60s and 70s. the winds kick up tonight. i haven't mentioned showers and that's on the horizon for the overnight and tomorrow. details on that coming up. thank you, katie. >> developing news out of vallejo where one person is dead and seven others injured following a shooting that happened just about 11:00 last night on princeton avenue. authorities say a group of friends were dealing with a flat tire when an white s.u.v. with tinted windows drove by and someone inside opened fire on the group. a 19-year-old man was killed. we don't know the extent of the other victims' injuries. >> more than a dozen people abandoned at a castro valley living home days after the police order it had to
>> reporter: valley springs man off-limits and cleared out the authorities say the facilities owners left behind once this notice went up thursday. >> it's a terribly sad situation that people would just abandon them. we are talking about human beings. they are unable to care for themselves. they are bedridden, amputees, wheelchairs. >> you can see in these photos ambulances and paramedics lined the streets, caring for patients as quickly as possible. four staffers did stay on the past two days to help. but jean pong is still angry, her 65-year-old sister who was mentally ill was abandoned. >> i think they should be held accountable. you can't just vacate and leave your residence without proper care. this is what you pay for.
>> reporter: pong paid $3,000 a month for what she thought was good care. but see admits that the department of social services called her recently to tell her the site this safety code violations and improperly-trained staff. neighbors say loose supervision was commonplace. >> they would walk up and down the street at the night, come to our doors. late night, early morning. >> it needs to be closed down. >> the owners could be charged with elder abuse. >> i just learned the owner of this facility is h. m. n. enterprises. the president's attorney told me their license was suspended for not keeping proper medical records and not thoroughly doing background checks. he also told me that patients who are left here or low income patients and that they have been diligently looking for places for them to stay, but that they had been very well supervised the past few days. in castro valley, abc7 news.
>> knew this morning the u.s. justice department filed a lawsuit against a fremont apartment complex, alleging it discriminated against families with children. the lawsuit claims woodland garden apartments discriminated against families by enforcing a policy that prohibited children from playing outside in common grassy areas. lawsuit came about after five families filed a complaint with the department of housing and urban development. >> we are learning more in the ongoing investigation of a sonoma county sheriffs deputy who shot a 13-year-old carrying an air soft rival. and a memorial service will be held today in windsor. the memorial service is for andy lopez. we have the latest on the investigation and our reporter talked exclusively with two women who saw the shooting. >> reporter: the collection of candles and balloons has been north 13-year-old andy lopez continues to grow and people continue to show up to show their respects. these women have come here every
day since the shooting because they want to tell andy's parents what they saw when he was killed. [speaking spanish] >> they say they were right behind the patrol car at a stop sign. she saw the deputies turn on their police lights and drive over to where the teenagers was standing in an open lot. they her the deputies call in english "drop the gun." [speaking spanish] >> she said almost immediately both deputies opened their doors and shots were fired. they said deputies only yelled once before opening fire. [speaking spanish] she said they shot immediately and didn't give him a chance to do anything. early on in this investigation police compared how similar lopez's assault weapon looks like a real weapon. and they believed he was going to point the gun at him. >> both deputies exited their
vehicles but maintained cover behind their open doors. one of the deputies shouted at the subject to put the gun down. >> these women say the deputies shouted first and then got out of their car and fired. another witness we talked to earlier this week described the same. >> he pull over to the kid walking, and he just opened the door and shoot him. >> friday we learned the fbi will be conducting its own investigation of this shooting. these women say no one has interviewed them about what they saw. we did call the santa rosa police department about their story, and are yet to receive a return phone call. abc7 news. new details in the crash that killed five members of the same family on tuesday. police say 28-year-old ryan morales had been drinking shortly before he got behind the wheel and crashed his vehicle into a truck and killed the wife and children.
he killed the driver, the pregnant wife and three children. morales is still in a hospital in critical condition. and a danville family will hold a memorial this afternoon for two children killed by a drunk driver a decade ago. troy fact and his younger sister were riding a scooter and a bicycle on the sidewalk when they were hit and killed by a 45-year-old man. the memorial starts at 4:00 at a anvil's sycamore elementary school. this morning a parolee who authorities say wounded four police officers and a federal agent near sacramento is locked up. authorities released this mug shot of the suspect, 32-year-old samuel duran. he surrendered after midnight yesterday following a nine hour standoff at a roseville home. the dramatic incident unfolded friday afternoon when the immigration agent and authorities tried to arrest the man. authorities say duran shot the agent in the leg and took off. four other roseville officers were hit by bullets or shrapnel. all but one was treated and released from the hospital. >> the suspect shot through the side of the residence and through an open window at the officers, and that's the way the officers received the injuries that they received.
>> police have not revealed why duran was on parole in the first place. >> developing news this morning. r & b singer chris brown is in custody, accused of punching someone in the face. him and his bodyguards were arrested and charged with assault after an altercation outside a hotel this morning. on the red carpet is a man. tmz reports brown punched a man after he tried to get in on a picture he was taking with female fans. brown can't be released until he sees a judge. in 2009 he pleaded guilty in a domestic violence incident with his then girlfriend, rihanna. the marin county district attorney's office is expected to continue presenting their case tomorrow in the trial of a teenager accused of stealing a
lamburghini and killed two people. they said he stole the car by slipping into a dealership in san francisco in 2011. prosecutors say he did it to impress a girl and later tried to kill that girl and her boyfriend by shooting at their car. they are expecting testimony tomorrow. in piedmont a high school has honored one of their most prestigious graduates who died serving his country. library that is renamed the ambassador christopher stevens memorial library. stevens graduated from piedmont high in 1978. he was killed in libya last year when terrorists attacked the u.s. consulate in benghazi. at the memorial his mother read from a letter he wrote earlier in his career. >> on a more selfish note, i this i can make a mark for myself in the near eastern bureau. yes, i'm ambitious, i admit it. [applause] >> government officials say stevens was overcome by smoke
during the attack and went into cardiac arrest. the childhood home of apple co-founder steve jobs is about to go down in the history books. tomorrow the los altos historical commission will consider naming it a historical resource. it is the home is where he assembled his first 50 apple computers. they have been eyeballing the home for the past two years and it would add another layer of review if anyone tries to renovate the home. the new york stock exchange has done a dry run of twitter's initial public offering in hopes of avoiding the technical problems facebook experienced during its nasdaq debut. they said everything went smoothly yesterday. it was the first time they conducted a mock ipo that included traders simulating the buying and selling of shares. san francisco-based twitter is
expected to go public sometime before thanksgiving. to buy and sell shares, that's how it works. >> yeah, i got it. >> thankfully you are better with the weather. >> it felt like summer yesterday. 70s then, and 80s today. look at all the cloud cover. temperatures will be slow to warm. then breezy winds will kick up. as much as 10 degrees cooler in most neighborhoods. i'll have the details when we return. >> also next, screaming teenagers on a school campus. but don't worry, they are not in any rereal danger. we will let you know what is behind the dramatic drill. and a tv experience that will inspire you to open the books
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cornell bernard has this story. >> terrified students run from the elementary school after a gunman fired shots on campus. what you are watching is not real. it's only a drill. but the realistic situation being created here, a title exercise for first responders. >> we purposely try to make it a chaotic situation so if this happens, teams will be ready. >> this is part of urban shield. the largest real life drill for police and firemen in the country. sadly this comes a few days after a shooting in nevada where it left one teacher and a student dead. >> if your organization is not
practicing this, you could find yourself in a bad situation possibly some day. >> angela volunteered to spend all day here playing the part of a shooting victim. the prosthetic wound on her hand, scarier than halloween makeup. she can't imagine what terror real victims face. i would be scared and i would know that the deputy is there to take care of it. >> police say the realistic training they received about schoolyard shootings was valuable. they also say it's something they hope they never, ever have to use. urban shield continues through the weekend. in san francisco, colonel bernard, abc7 news. >> a bay area couple bought a brand new l.e.d. tv but were stunned when they open the box and found the screen was cracked. the tv didn't work at all yet the store wouldn't take it back.
michael finney has a warning about the policy. >> lizzy and her husband moved from brazil to the bay area. >> my husband had a job opportunity here. >> the couple was in temporary housing, shopping for furniture, when they saw a great deal from best buy. >> it was 58-inch l.e.d. tv from panasonic. >> the tv was marked down from $1,400 to 1,000, so they bought one. however, they left the tv packed in the box until they could move into their permanent home three weeks later. little did they know that would be a big mistake. >> when we moved into this house, we had the tv out. >> when they finally pulled the tv out of the box, they were stunned at what they found. >> the l.e.d. screen was all cracked. we looked at each other and said, no. >> but it was. >> lizzy is showing us where the screen was broken. when they turn the tv on, here is what they saw. a huge liquidy blob in the middle. a white patch on the side and an
icon, but no picture. >> nobody can imagine that you will open a brand new tv box and then your tv, it's all damaged. >> their next surprise came when they tried to return the tv to best buy. >> the guy said, i'm sorry, but we cannot take the tv back. >> best buy has a 15-day return policy. the couple had purchased the tv 20 days earlier. unfortunately they didn't open the box soon enough. >> we were so frustrating and we know it wasn't our fault. >> panasonic wouldn't take the tv back either saying it wasn't responsible for a damaged screen. so we just said, okay, we spent $1,000. $1,000 that we put in the garbage. >> then someone told them about 7 on your side. >> we already watch it many times during the news, but we had no idea that we were eligible to participate. >> of course, they are eligible and the couple did contact me. >> that's when magic started happening.
>> we contacted best buy and explained the couple's dilemma. this time their surprise was a nice one. >> i personally don't know what magic 7 on your side did, but two days after that, somebody from best buy called us -- >> best buy took back the broken tv after all and replaced it with a brand new one. lizzy said they don't have anything like 7 on your side in brazil. >> i couldn't believe that this thing was real, but now i'm proof of it. it really does magic! >> best buy declined to provide a statement for the story except to say it has replaced the cracked tv with a new one of the exact same model. now i would like to thank best buy for helping this couple in such a big way. so what is your take-away? open your boxes. make sure the products are in good working order before the return period expires. i'm michael finney, 7 on your
side. >> good advice. >> fishermen's wharf is trying to recover from lack of fleet week this year with war fest. merchants said they lost serious numbers without fleet week so they tried to bring people to the area without the naval show. >> we had a great turnout. we had a chowder competition, we sold out online, we sold out at the event today. we have a beer tasting area, and that's been selling out. we've had a really good turnout today. >> fleet week will be back next year and organizers say they will probably move war fest to the spring. war fest does continue today from 11:00 to 6:00. get out there and enjoy. just make sure to dress appropriately, which is going to mean a jacket. >> they had the sun in that shot. >> that was yesterday. >> yes. in san francisco today, very, very chilly. we take a look at live doppler
7hd. we've got not only the clouds, but overlay the visibility here. so where it is gray, the darker gray, you can see the fog and then the lighter conditions show where we are looking at some problems in terms of visibility. so we are cloudy all the way from san jose right here down along the central coast. but, you know, you can see pretty good. it's not really affecting much of the roadways here. but it is along the coast and in the north bay. 51 in san francisco. airport delays of over one hour. 50 san carlos, 52 half moon bay. get set for a cool, raw day along the coast. mt. tam looks nice and pretty, but the marine layer will be hard to budge most of the day. so you are a little bit warmer here, you had the clouds all night long so you didn't cool off as significantly but you won't warm up as much either. southwest winds gusting to 31 miles an hour in the delta. it's sunny here but it tells the
sorry that the cooler air from the ocean being transport the all the way across the bay today, even into the central valley. big cool down for everyone. exploratorium camera, pretty gray. cloudy for most but sunshine toward concord. we will look for the consumer day today. winds are kicking up tonight in advance of a system that could spread a few light showers through the overnight hours and tomorrow mainly from san francisco south, that's the peninsula, maybe the higher elevations of the east bay, and the santa cruz mountains. if you take a look at our satellite image right here, you can see that area of low pressure. it's going to begin to drop down into the sierra nevada. as it does, the pressure gradients get tighter and we have gusty winds, even in the mountains. it will also provide snow for the sierra nevada and also southern california. above 5,000 feet several inches for the bay area. we are on the back side of it. not only the cooler air, the breezy winds tomorrow and tonight, but the chance of showers. we will take you through the next several hours.
starting tonight we've got the cloudy skies, maybe a few pop upup showers through the overnight hours. here it is 2:00 in the morning. your commute should be relatively dry. but by the afternoon, noontime, still could have a few light showers. you will notice by 4:00 we are still looking a little unsettled around the bay. it's going to be very cold monday night and into tuesday not much of a temperature recovery, but we will have more sunshine. today we call it partly cloudy, 69 in san jose with 71 in los gatos and clouds lingering for the san mateo coast. 66 san mateo. and on the coast just in the upper 50s. san francisco 59 and up in the north bay. suggests earn marin, you have the clouds. but you get up into the sunshine and you will be in the 70s from calistoga to clover day. the east bay, near 60s for berkeley and oakland. 67 castro valley. sunnier for you. with the sunshine it will feel like a nice afternoon here. 70 in pleasanton and the accuweather seven-day forecast, after a big cool down today we
cool even further tomorrow. getting windy tonight. a chance of showers tomorrow and then we will be cool and dry on tuesday. wednesday we begin the temperature recovery. we are dry for halloween. abc7 news has another great weather resource for you to follow. live doppler 7hd on twitter for the latest bay area weather conditions, rain or shine, and video forecasts, spare the air alerts and power outage information and weather tweets from your favorite weather team. it's not a biggy, it just brings us back to fall. >> where we are supposed to be. >> yes. >> thank you, lisa. next, we are off to the races. why people in colorado are wearing costumes and racing
go hit the streets in colorado. hundreds of people came out yesterday to watch the emma crawford coffin races in manitou springs. teams pick a theme and design their own costume and coffin. the event is inspired by a local woman who died of tuberculosis in 1890. as the story goes, her fiancee carried her coffin to the top of red mountain for burial, and a year later the coffin slid down the mountain, inspiring the event. so if that doesn't get you in the mood for hall reason, check out abc7.com. we have links for halloween happenings across the bay area. coming up next, google? the unusual construction going on in the bay. to those who've encountered a bump in the road... welcome to covered california. new, affordable health plans so you can be ready for whatever comes your way. enroll today at coveredca.com.
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>> welcome back, everyone. it's 9:30. we are starting this half-hour with a quick look we weather. he's meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, isn't this a gorgeous shot? it shows not only the breeze but plenty of low clouds and fog. starting out typically cool. it's a few degrees milder this morning. 53 livermore. you have sunshine in concord, but that moderation will be offset by stronger onshore winds and slow clearing. look at the highs, only 670s and 70s today. the 80s well out into the central valley. you have to wait on the sunshine. i'll have the details on some breeze city conditions tonight. and when showers will arrive. all coming up in a few minutes. katie. >> thank you, lisa. developing news. five people in new york city are dead this morning, including four children after they were stabbed. that happened at a home in
brooklyn's sunset park neighborhood late last night. authorities say the children who were stabbed were ages 1, 5, 7 and 9. a 37-year-old woman was also killed. a man has been taken into custody, but so far no official charges have been filed. we don't know whether or not he is or what led to the stabbing. >> new details about the fair ride accident in north carolina that sent five people to the hospital. authorities have charged the ride operator with three counts of assault with a deadly weapon. the ride, call the vortex, stopped and then started up again thursday night while people were trying to get off of it. inspectors determined the ride had been tampered with. three people are still in the hospital. the mistress of a former utah doctor accused of killing his wife will be back on the stand testifying on tuesday. gypsy willis freely admitted the relationship with martin mcneal, 20 years her senior. she said she lived in an apartment he paid for and she became the nanny for his children after his wife was found dead in the bathtub.
>> was there any question that you were going to be hired as a nanny? >> i don't believe martin would have had me come if there was any objection his kids had objected. >> my dad was cooking, and she was sitting there staring at my dad. the children were taking care of themselves. >> michelle mcneal died in 2007. her death was originally ruled as natural, but was later changed to undetermined. martin mcneal is charged with giving his wife a toxic mix of prescription drugs. >> knew this morning, washington facing scrutiny over allegations it speed on its allies. today on "this week" former vice president dick cheney weighed in on the debate. while not giving classified information about incidents that happened while he was in the office, he hinted at the importance of having an intelligence program in place. >> without revealing the details of the classified information, this was a valuable program? >> i am not talking about a specific program. i'm talk about our overall intelligence capabilities are important to the security of
this nation and need to be preserved. >> meanwhile germany's interior minister is pressing washington for information on the alleged information about spying on their cell phones. >> and pope francis is trying to strike a new tone. 150,000 people gathered for a special mass where the pope is celebrating family weekend. abc news reporter has the story. >> this morning the pope is once again breaking from tradition. this time at an annual event for families where 150,000 families from 70 countries joined the pope in romero to profess their faith. ♪ we are the children >> now for the first time hundreds of children and elderly people are standing side by side with the pope. instead of in the audience. emphasizing the importance of different generations. the pope saying saturday, every
family is part of the history of a people. it cannot exist without the generations who have gone before it. >> in the united states we are so isolated as families. he wants to tell us that old people and young people can live together, support one another, be there for one another. >> the families are on a pilgrimage to st. peter's tomb. >> certainly we see them coming out in the hundreds of thousands to listen to him, to be with him, to share their stories with him, to pray with him, to be inspired. >> the pope also telling the families, the lord knows our struggles. and the burdens we have in our lives. but he also no, sir our great desire to find joy and rest. >> abc news. >> some high school seniors are finding it difficult it send in their college applications this year. an online portal, called "the common app" has been plagued by software glitches. and what is worse than a stressed out senior? a panicked parent.
abc7 news education reporter lyanne melendez explains. >> reporter: jonathan chan went online to apply to several colleges through something called "common applications." >> it's hectic. it's a lot of work. i'm just glad it's done. >> reporter: using only one form, students can pick their colleges from a list of more than 500 universities in the u.s. and abroad. it's been so popular, common app had to spend millions of dollars to upgrade their system. but when students started to fill out their early applications this month, there were clearly problems with the software. >> parents are e-mailing me, telling me that their daughter has been trying to submit and they go to "my colleges," all their colleges that are in the list, and half of them are gone. >> michelle is an independent college advisor in walnut creek. all of her 20 seniors have had some kind of problem. there are reports of students repeatedly being logged out or duplicated payments. chan said he spent days trying
to get his application in. >> what we realized was when i typed in my name into the common app account, i said jonathan chan and put a space bar after. that set up a bunch of problems and i wasn't able to connect. >> twitter is where problems are reported and they can vent their problems. >> this has never happened before. >> some colleges have been forced to extend their early application deadlines. saint mary's college said they may have to do the same. the college is now behind in the application process because of these glitches. >> we have a wonderful staff of folks who will work late into the night to make sure everything happens correctly for our students and our families. >> reporter: the common application has apologized and managed to fix two of the major problems with the website. they will now issue daily updates to help students meet their deadlines. in walnut creek, lyanne melendez, abc7 news. >> those were stressful time.
there's speculation that a huge barge floating on the bay near treasure island may be long to goggle. the structure is made out of modern cargo containers and it stands about four stories high. the local tech analysts believe its home to a google data center. something the company has thought about doing for a while but google is not commenting. >> uses marijuana to fight the effects of cancer is not new, but a new study finds certain types of cannabis can actually kill or inhibit the growth of cancer c they found six nonpsychoactive ingredients in marijuana were able to reduce the viability of leukemia cells. they hope to turn it into a medication within the next few years. it is published in the journal anti-cancer research. straight ahead on the sunday morning news, making a difference. volunteers come together on the peninsula to change the face and the feel of a bay area community. and taking a live look outside right now at sfo. guess what that means. yeah, a lot of fog, and we are
just learning that because of the low ceiling, there's actually a traffic management program in effect. what that means is arriving flights are delayed. some of them more than an hour, an hour and fourteen minutes on average. if you have anyone coming in on sfo, ♪ turn around ♪ every now and then i get a little bit hungry ♪ ♪ and there's nothing good for me around ♪ ♪ turn around ♪ every now and then i get a little bit tired ♪ ♪ of craving something that i can't have ♪ ♪ turn around, barbara ♪ forever i've been praying for a snack in my life ♪ ♪ and now i have a brownie ending all of my strife ♪ ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪
>> good morning, welcome back, everyone. it's 9:30 on your sunday morning. this is a live look at san jose this morning. you can see how gray the skies are root now. it's cloudy. there are also areas of fog and just 52 degrees. it will get a little warmer, but nothing like we saw yesterday. so bundle up and lisa argen will be along shortly with everyone's
forecast. tomorrow a state senate subcommittee will be talking about ways to improve safety communication between pg&e and city officials regarding pipelines. the move comes after a pipeline was shut down in san carlos earlier this month over safety concerns. san carlos officials say they first learned from the media, not pg&e, that flawed documents were used to wrongly declare the pipeline safe. the line was ordered shut down earlier this month, but has since been allowed to be reconnected to flow at a much lower pressure. >> palo alto is considering adding a digital billboard along highway 101 in an effort to bring in revenue. our media partner, the mercury news, reports a digital messaging center would be placed on a piece of city-owned property on the end of colorado avenue. annual revenue from the billboard would range from $700,000 to $1 million. the money would be used to repair or replace much of the city's existing infrastructure. if it is going to be electronic anywhere, it should be in palo alto where tech lives 678 but it's cloudy down there. >> we is the clouds right now.
mentioned the airport delays, but things will slowly clear out, but not everywhere. temperatures for everyone will be much, much cooler and maybe introducing a little bit of rain. feel like fall the next couple of days. i will tell you when we have a warmup in store when we return. >> thanks, lisa. also next, an unbelievable finish to game three of the world series between the red sox and cardinals. mike shumann has the highlights and the controversial final play
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but not quite get there. lisa argen will have the full forecast come up in a few moments. if they bundle up, they will have a great time tomorrow. school children in east palo alto will be able to frolic on a brand new playground. last week hundreds of volunteers took a day off of work to build the structure, which was designed by the community at the cesar chavez academy. abc7 news reporter david louie brings us the incredible images. >> reporter: cultivating teamwork is a part of silicon valley life. volunteers from s. a. p. and adobe came with a tall order, build a play drowned in six hours. >> this will change their lives. these kids have to walk 20 minutes to another playground, and that's 20 minutes of instructional time they don't get. we will change their day as a result of this playground. >> reporter: parents and school leaders applied two years ago to kaboom, a nonprofit group that has helped 2500 schools across the country to create quality playgrounds to round out
education. they raised $78,500 and offered input about what kind of equipment would be best for their children. cornel garland is a parent of a six-year-old student here. >> we come to meetings talking about it, what to pick out for the playground. you know, everybody made decisions and we all voted what's going to be in the playground, what's best for the kids. >> reporter: two licensed playground contractors helped to super advice the work teams. it helped that collaborated on six previous playground projects. >> they knew the designs for the gross motor skills, and it will meet the needs of the kids. >> we are so excited. >> besides the adrenaline rush from meeting a tight deadline volunteers also get the satisfaction of improving the lives of east palo alto students. >> when you finish and look back and see the playground completed, it's an awesome feeling. and then see the kids coming out and saying thank you. >> and the children at cesar chavez did just that one small group at a time. >> can you say awesome? >> awesome! >> can you say amazing! >> amazing!
>> the playground was ready right on schedule, but the children will have to wait until monday for the concrete to dry. in east palo alto, david louie, abc7 news. >> very, very excite the kids there. weather might put a damper in their spirits but you are always happy on a playground. >> that's right. they are already sunny by the delta and concord. this shows the visibility. we have the fog here. quart mile visibility from santa rosa down through watsonville and it is banked up along the short line. we will look for some clearing today. certainly here in san jose. your average high should be about 73, coming in just a little shy of that. san francisco 51. 52 in oakland. good morning san carlos, 50 for you. half moon bay staying cloudy and in the 50s all day long. the view from mt. tam looks nice but the winds are kicking up. this is from above because you are all gray from below.
it will be much, much cooler in the north bay today. 47 in santa rosa with the fog. 50 in novato and 53 livermore. you have some sunshine out toward concord, but you will be out of the 80s today and just in the low to mid-70s. changes throughout the entire bay area. the exploratorium camera, pretty gray out there. most of you are cloudy. we will be cooler for everyone today. the winds will kick up starting along the coast this evening. then throughout the entire bay area and compliments of a strong area of low pressure we will see the possibility of some showers, but a much cooler beginning of the week. not only tomorrow, but into tuesday, as well. here's a look at our visible picture right now. you see all the clouds. the on-shore winds will allow for much of the low clouds and fog to stay put for the next couple of hours. but slowly the fog deck will erode and we will get into some sunshine. a dry afternoon. here's what is coming. take a look at this spin in the atmosphere. we are looking at this area of low pressure bringing much, much
cooler air. snow to the sierra nevada. gusty winds for the afternoon in the valley. if you are headed to the mountains, some very gusty winds today. for us around the back side on it so the winds kick up later on this evening. then the possibility of showers, mainly through the overnight hours into tomorrow and not a great chance either. in fact, it's basically from the southern portion of the viewing area from the santa cruz mountains, the south bay. this is 2:00 in the morning. so you will notice the north bay not a lot of action through the early morning commute. basically dry, but by noontime can't rule out the possibility of a shower mainly in the south bay. the higher elevations of the east bay. then the system moves out. we are much, much colder tomorrow night. sunshine returns, but the temperature recovery will be slow throughout the beginning of the week. in fact none really until we get to about wednesday. 58 monterey, 77, it will be sunny and breezy in sacramento. temperatures here will range from the upper 50s half moon bay. 55 santa cruz and mid-60s down
toward fremont. 72 in livermore. headed over to the raiders this afternoon, looking nice. partly cloudy, in the 60s. the accuweather seven-day forecast. so big cool down today, even more cooling tomorrow. we are below afternoon today and tomorrow with the chance of showers, then more sunnier and we won't be warmer until thursday and a little warmer friday and maybe some rain next weekend. >> it will be nice. thank you, lisa. the u.s. women's national soak team will face new zealand today at candlestick park. also the match the candlestick will be the first time they have played in san francisco in their 28 year history. the last time the women were in the bay area was in 2007. they beat japan at spartan stadium in san jose.
in sports, the 49ers play the jacksonville jaguars in london at wimbley stadium in what could be just horrid game conditions. possibility of heavy rain and up to 70 mile-an-hour winds. kickoff is at 10:00 a.m. our time. at 1:05 the raiders return from their bye week to face the steelers at the coliseum. last night, game three of the world series between the red sox and cardinals had a very controversial ending. here's mike with the sports. >> baseball's top of the order. after the first two games in boston the world series shifted to st. louis for game three. it may have been the most unusual ending to a world series game in a long time. the managers looking to take the series lead. cards would draw first blood in the first. matt holiday takes jake peavy the other way. matt carpenter scores. the cards go up one after the score. 2-1 st. louis now in the sixth. boston's single to left. shane victorino comes across. game tied at two. holiday unties it in the seventh. men on first and second. he hits a shot down the line. both carpenter and beltran would score. cards up 4-2.
holiday 3 reb on the night. bottom of the i think. men on second and third for the cards. and one out, john grounds to pedroia, he comes home. molina is out. saltalamacchia throws it to third. it gets away. allen craig is coming home. he's going to be called safe. the umpire ruled the third base and will middle brook obstructed runner. craig is awarded home, 5-4 is the final. they will be talking about this for a long time. cards take the 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. >> the umpires defined it. as they are going to. yeah, it was obviously -- it is going to be a conversation one way or the other because, you know, we saw the tangle there and it's just a matter of how they interpret it. that's the rule. sixth ranked stanford's only loss is on the road this season and they avenged that loss last night in corvallis. oregon state. oregon state won six straight coming into this contest. 22 carries, 145 yards and
3tds. 20-9, stanford. seven seconds left, fourth and goal. down 8. they broke it up by ed reynolds. great play. stanford goes on to win, 20-12, improving to 7-1. cal in seattle facing the huskies where they played -- paid tribute to the late great coach john james. the quarterback ran for a career high 241 yards. and they fall and sixth straight loss, they are 1-7. san jose state hosting wyoming. homecoming night. third quarter. brett smith to brandon miller. untouched into the end zone. cowboys take the lead. but david to jones. third td reception of the game. 30 yards. 44-37, state. tied at 44. 4th and inches at the wyoming 46. fales to bill freeman. are you kidding me? gutsy call and it pays off. fales, 5 t.d. passes. just one yard plunge on the
ground wins it. 51-44, the final. that's correct, second period, sharks on the power plant. patrick marleau and joe thornton. tick-tack-toe and logan couture gets it in. sharks with insurance third period. patrick marleau dumps it in. takes a weird bounce off the glass. right to couture. he has a wide-open net. logan's sixth of the year. sharks win it. that's the way the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann. see you again tonight at 5:00. have a great day! >> indeed. >> next, it is derby day in san francisco. the big race of a different kind
$50 million. the winning numbers from last night's $22 million super lotto plus draw are: nobody got all six of those either so wednesday's jackpot grows to $23 million. drivers of a different kind will take to the streets of san francisco today. the 2013 soapbox derby and block party will get underway at 11:00. spectators can watch homemade derby cars race down here. pretty impressive. impressive crashes, as well. and something more safe, food trucks and activities for the kids. the event runs until 3:00 and it is free. no reason not to check it out. looks like a lot of fun. just dress appropriately. >> yeah. we saw the sun in that shot. there will be plenty of clouds today. in fact, temperatures will be struggling to make it near 60 today in san francisco. not only cooler than afternoon, but about 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. 66 san mateo.
look are for temperatures in the low 70s and sunny skies in the east bay valleys. mid-60s around the bay. the further north you goat, warmer in the north bay. winds will pick up tonight, a chance are showers and cooler tomorrow. we will look for cool conditions again on tuesday. we will warm up midweek, though. >> lisa, thank you, and thank you all of us for joining us on the abc7 news. we continue at 5:00 p.m. until then, have a great day, everyone.