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>> good morning, everyong. on this saturday, sat 9th. i'm chris nguyen. we are waking up to wet roads across the bay area. let's start with a first look at the forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning. san low an degree, 680, walnut creek some showers. around san mateo, the dumbarton bridge and the san mateo bridge, i should say. the wet weather further south, looks at morgan hill and gilroy. not a lot going on. mt. hamilton has some enhanced rainfall. this will continue throughout the morning and afternoon hours in the south bay. as we widen the view, you will
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notice that the flow continues in from the pacific, bringing the wet weather along the central coast, as well, and light snow showers in the sierra nevada. so we will look for this to arrive throughout the morning hours, linger into the afternoon hours, and then bring us the cloudy evening commute. so that will make for sort of a gray day. we will talk about temperatures and when our next storm system heads our way coming up. chris. lisa, thank you. the el nino-enhanced weather pattern has closed down threes four areas of the golden gate national recreational area because of dangerous conditions. there are unstable cliffs. the storms have also caused organizers to postpone the san francisco to boat show until late april. the main entrance to yosemite natural rock remains closed because of a rockslide on highway 140.
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crews are working to clear it,which could take self days. then they have to repair the date. there's no date for the road to reopen. the park itself is still open, but there is a three hour drive through the snow to get to the entrance on the south side. all drivers must carry chains. a reminder, when you see news and weather happening where you live, take a photo or video and share it with us using the #abc7now. new video, miranda police are asking for your help identifying three suspects wanted are burglary. video from the inside the home shows the burglary taking place. the men broke in wednesday around noon and ransacked the place. investigators have not said what was taken from the home but they ask if anyone has information on the burglary or the sus the expects' identities, to call the police department. now to a story you will only see on abc7 news. there is another questionable death at the santa clara county jail. a convicted child molester, paul eddy pierce, died from a broken
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neck after feeling chest pains and falling in the shower on -- at elm wood jail on june 26th. but sources now say the jail didn't call crime scene investigators or the homicide unit. by the time a rookie detective, who had never worked a homicide, arrived, the scene had been cleared up. >> a lack of training and accountability. >> sources inside the jail tell the i-team's dan noyes, they will never know if another impact attacked pierce because of the poor investigation. the sheriff refused to be interviewed. there are new claims against santa clara county. according to our media partner, the san jose mercury news, three claims were filed against the jail yesterday. two mentally ill people and the family of michael tyree, the man allegedly beaten to death by jailers in august, say the
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inmates of repeatedly subjected to physical abuse. they come before today's blue ribbon commission meeting which looks at how the jail is republic after the beating incident. they will discuss providers to improve conditions inside the jail. today's meeting starts at 11:00 later this morning in san jose. an east bay special needs school is facing legal action following multiple allegations of student abuse. this video surfaced this week showing a teacher's aide abusing a student at a school in antioch. now the motor of another student is coming forward, saying her son was abused. only on abc7 news that mother sits down with our reporter katie marzullo. >> michelle doesn't want us to identify her young son, but she can describe vividly what happened to him when he was 8 years old. >> his face was red. he slammed my head on the table, and my son made the gesture of slamming the head on the able. >> michelle took this picture of her son's face, took him out of school and filed a police report. that was in 2014. per attorney, peter, has been investigating torbin world ever since. >> from everything i can tell,
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torbin world is a horrible place. >> they had reports of abuse and public reports from antioch police show between 2008 and 2014 there were 30 reported episodes of violence between staff and students. >> the children kept communication problems. they can't tell, many of them, what is happening to them or other people. somebody has to speak out for these children. >> this week a teacher's aide was caught on cell phone video hitting a 9-year-old student. a 26-year-old was arrested for felony abuse. she's now out on bail. michelle has seen the video. >> i thought, oh, my god, my son went through the same thing and not only my son but other kids in the classroom. makes me outraged. >> in a statement the founder said we are horrified at the event by our campus and will not tolerate the mistreatment of any child.
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michelle's attorney said they will file their lawsuit no later than march. abc7 news. >> a father could face charges after police say he tried to take his child from the mother and quickly board a bart train to escape. it happened just after 4:00 p.m. yesterday, causing delays. >> bart originally tweeted it was a possible kidnapping, which alarmed drivers. shortly there after service was restored. >> protesters were at ed lee's inauguration yesterday. >> i solumnly swear -- >> abc7 news was at city hall as the protesters demanded that he fire police chief greg suhr over the police shooting last year. the mayor says he stands behind the chief. in other news presidential candidate hillary clinton raised thousands of dollars at two
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fundraisers in the in the bay at night. abc7 news was at the innovation hangar in situation as she left for palo alto the for the second event. to get in. tickets started at $500 a piece. >> this man is looking at a long prison term when he's sentenced for murder and other charges. he was found guilty of all 162 charges against him. murder, conspiracy to commit murder and racketeering. the jury took two days to decide if he was responsible for the killing of two people, including businessman. super bowl 50 is one month away and the preparation force the big game are beginning to take place in san francisco. this is happening at city leaders raise new questions about how much taxpayers will being on the took for the celebration. we have the details. >> this massive crane is the first wave of coming installations.
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more closers will come in two weeks when crews begin building the official super^bowl city. omar is expecting a boom in business at his nearby liquor store. >> i'm excited. of course, it will bring in lots of business for us. >> but not everyone is celebrating. some are concerned about the bill to taxpayers. >> my understanding right now is that the super^bowl committee is not paying for any of the $3 million to $4 million costs the city is providing in services for this private corporate party. >> her multimillion-dollar figure is from this memo by the mayor's budget office detailing how much the city expects to shell out for police, fire and transportation costs. the mayor's spokesperson said the city should recoup that, and more. >> we know when tens of thousands of people descend on san francisco to enjoy the activities they will be going to restaurants, they will be purchasing things from small businesses. >> if san francisco doesn't make back the money, the super^bowl host committee has offered $500,000 to offset losses. but that is not the way they
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handle other events. like oracle open world or sales force. the spokesperson said those companies pay. >> san francisco is proud to host the super bowl, but the super^bowl is one of the in the country. wealthiest corporations in the country. they can afforded to pay for their own party. >> she's part of a special city hall meeting scheduled for monday to examine the costs. abc7 news. here's a closer look at the four main street closers that will take place for super bowl activities in san francisco from january 23rd to february 12th. 6:09 the time. web are seeing some sprinkles out there and fog. >> that's right. upper 40s in the north bay. we are looking that way from the golden gate bridge. you seat wet the pavement there. take it slow.
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scattered showers mainly in the morning forecast for the north bay. we will talk about the east bay and south bay, the sierra nevada and the next several storms in impact the bay area in just a few minutes. >> lisa, thanks. also ahead we all think it will be us. a bay area money expert has tips on what you had you should do if you win tonight's $800 million power play jackpot. and uber has a reputation for surge pricing. why the san francisco company is giving some passengers a break today.
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the tonight's power ball is at $800 million. that huge fortune can buy a lot of houses, cars and vacations. but what is the strategy if you happen to strike is rich? alan wang has a few timely tips if you win. >> i'm positive. it's my turn to win. >> keep in mind half your $800 million power ball jackpot will go to uncle sam in the terms of taxes. >> it may seem like a lot of money, but if you are not responsible with it, it could very easily go away.
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>> financial planner said put together a team of advisors, a financial planner and an estate manager and a tax expert. >> put together a nice plan. just kind of sit on it for a year. >> she said most lotly jackpot winners blow all their money because they don't anticipate the cost of maintaining all of their new toys. >> travel and buy some houses. >> she suggests taking a lump sum so you can grow the money. >> or having municipal bonds in california where you are not paying income tax on that is a great investment. >> conservatively you could invest the $400 million and live off of the 3% to 4% dividend and interest of about $16 million before taxes. >> i'll probably take my family on a big vacation and all my awesome friends, and maybe you. >> finally she said protect your privacy. you will be surprised how many new friends you will have after you win. in the east bay, alan wang, abc7 news. and in union city the owner
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of perry's liquor store is bracing for a busy saturday. the store sold a power ball ticket that almost won on wednesday. he had five of the six winning numbers and worth about $1.4 million. last year they had one that missed the mega-millions by one number. you can bet lots will be buying there hoping the luck will rub off on them. you can get tonight's winning numbers a the abc7 news app. we will notify you as soon as the numbers are drawn and if there is a winner. download it now for your device. >> the happening today, an uber ride in san francisco will cost 10% less. the ride share company is temporarily lowering prices 10 to 80% in north american cities. this is the slow season so they
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want to bring in new riders. they aren't saying what areas it will be in effect. a second sausage recall was hit the south bay this week. sunny sunnyvale based company is recalling pork products because they do not have a label. the usda said the label did not include sheep casings, which can cause reacting in people allergic to sheep proteins. they recalled more than three tons of sausage because it was not inspected. officials say to throw away all recalled products. in an effort to be more transparent, campbell soup will be the first major u.s. food company to list genetically modified organisms on their labels. the fda said they are safe to eat, but opponents say their unnatural characteristics can dangerously spread to non-gmo crops. the cam bells food company is pushing the usda to set federal
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standards for labeling because labeling for state by state regulations could be costly. snow has hit palm springs this winter, thanks to storms brought by el nino. this is the first time they have had snow to open the adventure center. it's been a long time sips they saw more than two feet of snow. ski borders and others can rent snowboard equipment that would normally get damaged with less than two feet of snow. >> this is a number 1 on the
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storm impactcally. we aren't expecting a whole lot of rain, but between now and this afternoon a couple hundredths to about a quarter inch of rain. that will include the cal roadways and some fog. another system, before you get to work on monday, also will be a number one. but as we take a look at live doppler 7hd, you will notice that the north bay, not much happening now. but it's not over yet. you will still see some scattered showers. you see from middletown and mount st. helena, 80 fairfield, but right over the central bay and parts of the east bay from miranda and down through san leandro. 680, hayward you have some wet weather and toward san ramon. it's quitely scattered. right now a few showers as you head further south around milpitas. i widen the view, and you notice from san jose to watsonville, maybe some light mist and drizzle. a scattered showers. but for the most part the activity is over around mt. hamilton.
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we still have rain off the coast and it should be impacting you throughout part of your morning and afternoon. san jose 46. morgan hill. looking at 48 in the city here and some fog as well. be very careful out there. if you don't have the rain, you have some of the fog. and it is creating some visibility issues for sure. 45 in fairfield. 47 in concord and livermore. so from our exploratorium camera you see the raindrops here. morning rain and fog, showers ending later this around. more ranger night tonight into your monday morning commute. so by the next couple of hours, you will notice we still have showers from santa rosa to fremont and even into gilroy, highway 101. 10:00 still wet weather but it's really after lunch we look for this to really break up and what does pop up will be widely scattered. the evening looks dry. how much? not much at all. anywhere from about a tenth out by the delta to nearly that in oakland and san francisco.
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outside our studios we picked up already about .07. we are looking at about about a tenth around livermore. always good idea to bring the chains. maybe two inches kirkwood, three inches donner. and the next system it doesn't come in until monday morning. fur planning on getting an early start, it will be a good idea nor your monday morning commute. highway 101 in san francisco and right on through the east bay, 10:00 and through the afternoon. really doesn't want to let up. light showers still a possibility. so with this second system we are add to go the totals and that should bring us up to about a half-inch san francisco, a quarter inch between the two in mountain view and san jose. so rainfall chances in the city ranging from the best really into monday with that other system. today it's just wide by scattered. look at wednesday. wednesday looks a little more impressive. highs today with the clouds and showers, 53 vallejo, 56 fremont,
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57 santa cruz. and the accuweather seven-day forecast, every other day should use it. the best one or wettest with unis wednesday. >> good information. coming up next, jim harbaugh is heading to washington. the forme
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♪ >> it's great to have you with us on this saturday morning. i'm chris nguyen. we are seeing activity on live doppler 7hd. he is pleasa is tracking the conditions where you live. hi, lisa. >> good morning. the pavement is wet and from 680 to 580, right through san leandro and hayward.
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lafayette and here a little activity. further south from the hart of the bay there, a few scattered showers. but we widen the view from milpitas eastward. in the higher elevations looking at the wet weather, but unfortunately around san jose, sunnyvale and cupertino, not a lot of activity. >> but as i widen the view you notice there's no moisture offshore and it continues to push in to the central coast, northern california. it will get more quitely scattered, and as it does we will see a cloudy afternoon. mile and a half visibility for concord. certainly some obstructions out there. be careful santa rosa and sfo at three miles right now. the forecast for the next several hours calls for the scattered light rain showers, mid-40s to near 50 through noontime. afternoon time things begin to fall apart and we see the clouds. mid-50s today. second system for late in the weekend, we will detail that in a few minutes. chris. >> lisa, thank you. this morning police officers are calling for link lens after a
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brazen attack on a philadelphia officer. the suspect admits he shot the officer at short blank range and pledges allegiance to the isis state. we are now learning about the gun he used. >> the chilling video shows the moment of the attack. the gunman, dressed in a white robe, charged toward jesse heartman's police car, his muzzle flashing as he fires off about a dozen rounds. he reaches inside the car request the gun and then runs away. the officer shot multiple times, incredibly manages to radio in. >> i've been shot. i'm bleeding heavily. >> all cars stand by. we have an officer shot. >> this is one of the scariest things i have ever seen. this guy tried to execute the police officer. >> the officer gets out, his wounded left arm dangling. he fires back and hits the attacker at least three times. >> he's hit. >> the bravery he demonstrated
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was absolutely remarkable. his will to live undoubtedly saved his life. >> police say the suspect, 30-year-old edward archer, told them he follows ala and pledges allegiance to the islamic state. the gun used in the attack was stolen from a police officer several years ago. >> is it your working assumption this was a deranged gunman or an act of terrorism? >> i don't know. he doesn't come off as deranged, but more so somewhat calculating. i could be wrong about that. we are exploring all the angles. >> investigators with the fbi and the philadelphia p.d. executed search warrants at two addresses associated with the suspect, carting away boxes of evidence. investigators you now combing through the evidence to determine if archer has any real ties to isis. the police officer, jesse, is in fair condition. he's expected to make a full recovery. abc news, philadelphia.
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>> we have new details this morning on escaped drug lord el chapo after he was captured yesterday. officials revealed that el chapo are out guzman, made contact with movie producers because he wanted to make an ought biographical film. that helped authorities find his location. last night in an unusual move, authorities allowed cameras in mexico city as marines led him to a military chopper. he's back in the same prison where he escaped from six months ago. mexico's government was criticized last year after he dug an elaborate tunnel under his shower stall for his escape. the u.s. authorities will try to have him extradited. new this morning, president obama reflects on the progress that's been made in the american auto industry. in his weekly address, he discusses how in the last seven years businesses throughout the country have created more than $14 million new jobs. this follows his plan that brought the auto industry back from the verge of collapse. it involved restructures and it
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he said the auto industry illustrates what america has accomplished. >> the point is america can do anything. even in times of great challenge and change, our future is it entirely up to us. >> and on tuesday president obama will deliver his final state of the union address to congress. >> if you have a need for speed you want to head to the silicon valley auto show this weekend. thousands of fans were checking out the latest cars. this 2,000-horsepower car can go 0 to 60 in 2.8 seconds. you can check it out before the auto show ends tomorrow. if. >> a bay area gun show is expected to draw unusually large crowds this weekend. we were at the cow palace in daly city as dealers set up for the crossroads of the west gun show. crowds have doubled in size at the event since the matt shooting.
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president obama's background checks have spurred gun shows more. >> the level of trust people have and the concern they have about the future of ownership of firearms in america is what is driving the concern. and their concern for their personal safety. >> california won't be affected much by increased enforcement of background checks at gun shows. the state already has some of the strictest laws in the country. gun show runs from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. today and from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. tomorrow. an east bay dog that may have been tossed from a bridge in brentwood last weekend is back with her owners. she suffered two broken legs and needs expense he have surgeries. abc7 news reporter laura anthony has more on how much it will cost and who might a pay for them. >> bella is doing well for a dog request two broken legs after a two-week odyssey that began on christmas eve. >> she looks good and healthy. for as long as she's been gone, the week and a half, two weeks, she looks healthy besides the two broken legs. >> it was apparent she had
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injuries. >> bella was found saturday by a mother and daughter. it appeared she was thrown or tossed from a brentwood overpass. they took her to the contra costa animal shelter, and there she was dubbed gracie. on wednesday the dog's owners were reunited with her, but now they can't afford the $12,000 in surgeries that bella needs. >> she has a broken femur that requires surgery, and can't be splinted. needs to be fused together. on the right front leg she had a fractured wrist. >> we never had a dog get out of here, so she was quite the little ninja. >> this man owns the boarding facility in brentwood. >> i opened the door just a little bit and that's when she ran out. >> ross admits the dog escaped on december 24th, but he denies he's financially responsible for the injuries she had when she was found more than a week later. >> that's kind of a myth. if your kid goes to school and escapes from school and gets hit
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by a car, that's not the teacher's fault. >> he told us he would host fundraisetories pay for the medical expenses. the woman who owns her has already done that. she set up a gofundme page that so far has collected over $4500. laura anthony, abc7 news. >> still ahead on the abc7 saturday morning news. touchdowns and take offs. how the high rollers of super bowl 50 are bringing logistical headaches to bay area airports. first a live look from santa -- from the sky line. lisa argen will have the forecast in just a few minutes. announcer: it's time to make room for the new mattress models! during sleep train's huge year end clearance sale... get beautyrest, posturepedic, even tempur-pedic mattress sets
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three nfl games in london next season. 15 million people watched the live stream of jacksonville v buffalo in london last october. you can catch the nfl playoffs right here on abc7. today the kansas city chiefs face the houston texans in an afc wildcard game. kickoff at 1:35 this afternoon. you. >> you have on busy in the weather center. >> yeah. i had a tweet saying light rain is better than no rain. and you are right about that. temperatures right around 30 with snow flurries. south lake today 35 and snow showers. carry the chains. just a couple of inches expected in the mountains. but we have somewhat wet weather headediard way for the week ahead. i'll show it to you next. >> thanks, lisa. also ahead, the warriors continue to roll, making it look easy in portland. larry beil has the highlights coming up in sports. i've smoked a lot and quit a lot, but ended up nowhere. now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch, with unique extended release technology, helps prevent the urge to smoke all day. i want this time
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klay thompson making a push. a push for the all-star game about a. warriors klay thompson bombing away from deep. oakland's damian lillard, look at this move. to the hoop with authority! he went for 40. he had 19. five threes. look at the second quarter. formerral bear allen correction, the steal, grabs, and within 8. play of the game. steph no-look behind the back flip to andrew bogut. that's completely ridiculous. 83-67. speaking of ridiculous, steph pull-ups from about 30. dubs by 21. just to finish it off, draymond to clay, draymond another triple-double. warriors roll 128-108. they are now 34-2. the newest giant was introduced
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yesterday. denard span will play center field as soon as somebody tells angel pegan. he said it was like a dream come true. he's always liked the way the giants play, they never give up and support each other. he is saying, playing for a world series is more important to him than a specific position. center field is sentimental to me, but at the same time i'm at the stage in my career i want to do whatever it takes to help win a championship. if they need me in left field, they need me to cap for buster a couple games. [laughter] >> -- i will do that as well. >> the cal women, 0-for on the road last weekend. kristina scoring inside to make it 19-14. colorado didn't score a point, not a single basket in the second quarter. they were scoreless for 19 straight minutes in the first, second and third quarter. it was unbelievable! and the bears pull away. she had 20. thomas with the steal.
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and the bears pull away easily 64-35. nfl playoff news. trouble for the seattle seahawks. marshawn lynch and cal all smiles and candy canes at practice this week but late word last night lynch is officially out for their wildcard playoff game in monday sunday. beast mode did not even make the trip to minneapolis. lynch has not played since november 15th, recover from abdominal surgery. we've got the chiefs and the texans this afternoon right here on abc7. that will kick off at 1:15 in the afternoon. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> 6:47 is our time. some rain and fog here in the bay area. up in the sierra you are tracking snow. a little bit of everything. >> that's right. it's all very light and widely scattered. it will remain scattered throughout the morning and afternoon hours. but it will really come to an end by the average. that's why the storm impact scale is rating this system a number 1.
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most of the activities a couple hundredths to about a third of an inch. the cal roads and the fog, as chris mentioned. this is 580 and livermore from san ramon and 680. you have had wet weather. and walnut creek, concord, a few light showers. and right over the san mateo and dumbarton bridge. not much going on, fremont either. just a few areas of mit and drizzle. as you head up toward the higher elevations, mt. hamilton, that's certainly where you will have the wet weather. a few scattered showers throughout the afternoon and in the mountains some snow flurries. this will continue on and off. a winter weather advisory through 4:00. it will bring anywhere from just about two to four inches of snow here. so not very much but there is just a little bit more on wait into your monday. a live look outside from our roof camera. wet out there, a little foggy. 50 oakland, mountain view and
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san jose. 46. and emeryville camera featuring the cooler temperatures from the north bay and east bay by the delta, 45. 47 for our inland east bay friends around livermore. 47 for you and in santa rosa where you have had the fog. so take it easy out there. there's fog, there's rain. the roadways are wet and the showers will continue on and off throughout the afternoon hours. we will have more rain come late overnight tomorrow night, sunday night, into your monday morning commute that. too is a weak system. so the next few hours will feature more green, more rain through 7:00. very light activity here through fremont, san jose perhaps, into san francisco. 10:00 santa rosa. still a few showers. after the 1:00 hour things begin to fall apart and we aren't going to see much at all through the afternoon. this is 11:00. if you have plans for tonight it looks like the activity will be mainly ended and it will be dry for you. so really amounts will be very,
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very light. we picked up .07 here outside the studios. about a tenth from san francisco to okay correspond and maybe a tenth in livermore. the next system picks up here overnight sunday into your monday morning commute. that will allow for some slick roadways. slow going at times. you are still sleep here burks really by about 6:00 the heart of the bay has the shower activity. 8:00 it's mainly in the north bay. but through 10:00, 11:00 and 1:00 in the afternoon, scattered showers through the rest of the bay area. this too is a weak system. we will add on to the tenth we will pick up today, here is 6:00 monday morning and by monday night maybe a quarter inch in the north bay. the next couple systems are weak, but as we go into wednesday that one looks a little more impressive. so that will tack on maybe another half-inch to three quarters up. , as well. the accuweather seven-day forecast featuring the 50s today underneath the clouds, the
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scattered showers, and the weak storm system. it will be a mainly dry sunday. monday morning looks wet. tuesday we are dry and the next system coming in on wednesday. so we will watch it for you. things change between now and then. but all in all it's nice to have the breaks. >> you know, you take a look at the forecast and all the rain we are getting and some people think we are okay with the drought. >> no. >> but not even close? >> yeah. >> still conserve. >> yes. >> lisa, thank you. super bowl 50 tickets be around cheap and that means a select few high rollers will be traveling into the bay area in style next month. how local getting ready for the arrivalful hundreds of private jets.
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>> the hayward executive airport sees about 30 flights a day. jets like this one. with the super bowl, that's about to change. >> we are preparing for approximately 120 extra aircraft flying into this field. >> he runs the jet center. they provide fuel and services for private jets and they are brace fourth a storm >> we have to fly in staff from other locations, doubling our staff. >> they are one location seeing a flood of small jets. >> we were told there's upward of 1,000 small aircraft coming to the bay area for the super bowl. >> they talked bat no fly zones. >> they will clamp down on where, who and when can be in the air around the venues. >> it could mean a traffic jam in the sky, and on the ground where do you put all the airplanes? >> anywhere we can. we will be shutting down one runway. we will are parking aircraft on the short runway and leaving the larger runway open. using taxi-ways. >> with a ten-fold increase in jet traffic, it will take lots of people to handle all the planes. the big game calls for something bigger. >> we are leasing out a 12,000 square foot hangar from one of our customers. we will have a seating area and 80-inch screen for the crews to watch the game while their passengers are at the game.
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>> the people paying them are not all simply wealthy fans. >> with stockholders looking over your shoulder, jets are a business tool just like a fax machine or copier. they might be entertaining clients here, they might be doing something else that has a business reason as opposed to something that's just fun n hayward, jonathan bloom, abc7 news. >> up next, how the latest "star wars" movie was promoted in
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>> ahead of tonight's $800 million power ball jackpot, there's a winner from last night's megamillions draw. here are the winning numbers. the lucky ticket was purchased in new york. happening today, "star wars - the force awakens", opens in chinese theaters. few people in china have ever seen a "star wars" film in theaters because they were not released commercially. the publicity push began last summer when all six previous films were shown he is shanghai movie festival. officials say the movie is expected to make nearly $230 million during opening weekend in china. disney owns lucas film and is the parent company of abc7. lisa, i sometimes feel like i'm the only one that hasn't seen this movie. >> you should go there. >> maybe a good day to go inside and stay out of the rain. >> that's a really good idea. as we take a look at live
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doppler hd you notice we have showers around concord, brentwood and san ramon. 680 there and also 580. back westward just as you head over from their county to san francisco, also the richmond-san rafael bridge. richmond, you are quiet. we are looking at scattered showers throughout the afternoon. a weak system. dry home and another weak system monday. a stronger system could head our way on wednesday. all in all the three systems, if we go through wednesday average we could see an inch in some spots in the higher elevations. >> lisa, thank you. and thanks to you for joining us on the bc7 saturday morning news. the news continues online, on twitter, face look, and all of your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. "good morning america" is next. abc7 news continues at 8:00 a.m. for now we say good by with the roof cam pointed at the bay bridge. you see slick roads out there. stay safe, everybody!
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