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>> good morning. we've made it to saturday, november 5th. thanks for joining putt. let's start with the forecast. here's meteorologist lisa argen. she's tracking the forecast for us. hi, lisa. >> good morning. we have some going out there. the low fog deck from live doppler 7. less than a quarter mile also up in petaluma. santa rosa half-mile visibility. elsewhere not a problem but an incoming weather system will bring us some rain perhaps this time tomorrow.
numbers in the 150s. look at upper 40s in the north bay. from the exploratorium camera you see it's quiet with temperatures in the mid-50s. we will look for cooler conditions throughout the weekend we will time-out the showers for you and talk about setting our clocks back. that's all coming up in a few minutes. chris. >> thank you. police are investigating a shooting that left at least ten people injured in downtown oakland. the shooting happened near 14th and broadway just a few blocks away from city hall. police say as many as three gunmen were involved. our media partner, the east bay times, reports that the shooting was the result of a dispute at a nightclub. oakland police say several people were taken to the hospital. police say many of the victims are in stable condition. no arrests have been made. a man and a woman are under arrest in connection to a death of a woman who was found dead in a park on thursday.
the body of 21-year-old karla ramirez-segoviano session was found in an east oakland park. abc7 news reporter sergio quintana has the details. >> reporter: friends and family gathered at karla ramirez-segoviano home. he sailed he knows one of the suspects also >> i knew the girl. she used to work at kfc. it shocks me because how can a a coworker do that to another coworker. >> the coworker is named laura rodgers. laura rodgers was booked into the almeda county jail on murder charges. investigators say karla had been badly beaten, stabbed and burned. her family has been distraught since she disappeared earlier this week. they said this has been awful for all of them, especially
having to watch her parents in pain. karla was in the almeda county sheriff's department explorer's program. >> i'm hanging in there. it's difficult. one of the hardest things i've had to deal with. >> investigators say they don't believe her work with the sheriff's department was part of her murder. abc7 news. >> campaigning on the road last night. donald trump hit the stump in pennsylvania. both are vying for votes in battleground states that are still up for grabs. we have the story. ♪ >> beyonce creating the wow factor for hillary clinton. a get out of vote concert in cleveland with husband jay z. all three sharing a moment backstage. backup dancers dressed to success. >> i have to say, didn't you
love the pantsuits? >> i want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman lead our country. >> i didn't have to bring j.lo or jay-z. the only way she gets people there. >> the race for the white house down to the wire and down to every last vote. >> thank you, new hampshire. get out and vote. >> trump trying to get the granite state into his call-up. reminding crowds he's an outstanding. >> we going to go to washington, d.c. and we are going to drain the swamp. >> it's not as important that they think about voting for me as they think about voting for themselves. >> clinton drawing on her reserves. fanning out across the map. bernie sanders in iowa. vice president biden in wisconsin, and president obama in north carolina. >> her name is hillary clinton, and i need you to vote for her.
>> president obama planning to hit ten states in three days. his children out there too campaigning for him. a new tracking poll shows hillary clinton picking up momentum, 47-43% but still a neck and neck race. abc news. donald trump visits florida, north carolina, nevada and colorado today >> in las vegas so many people wanted to vote the county extended early voting hours. they tweeted these photos from a packed hispanic supermarket. they said it looked like that the entire night. there are reports homeland security is look be into threats of a possible al-qaida ka attack the day before election day. it mentioned new york and texas but doesn't give specific targets. they are also worried about
attacks that could bring down state databases and report election results. a valuable tool is online to help you prepare for election day. click on the icon your voice, your vote voters edge election guide and in your address you will get a comprehensive resource with information on the candidates and measures on your local ballot. a university of san francisco student and former camp counsell lore has been arrested accused of upload egg child porn from his dorm room. he had more than 600 images and videos, many showing videos of children under three years old. he's accused of producing and distributing the porn. he worked near camp winters. there's no indication any of the campers are related to the investigation. and hundreds of people marched in solidarity with a protest in north dakota last night. that's where a $3.7 billion pipeline project is being built.
members of the standing rock sioux nation feared it would prison the water supply and pollute land. they wanted to bring attention to it. >> clearly it's a case of environmental race to the enth degree. people are opposing it at all levels. >> this week the president suggest the rerouting the pipeline. the army corps of engineers will make the final decision. a san francisco police officer who was nearly killed after being shot in the head is back home this morning. a mentally ill man shot kevin downs three weeks ago. yesterday he visited the police station, and sfpd cares tweeted this picture of him with his fellow officers.
>> he's in amazing spirits and he's working hard to get back to 100% so he can return to the san francisco police department. that's his intention. >> downs is still partially paralyzed in his right leg. he will continue with daily physical therapy sessions at home. with just days to go until election day, a former south bay mayor said he's worried about voter fraud. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo has the story. >> the mayor steve rice got some unexpected mail ahead of the primary election in june. >> i received a ballot for my moth who are passed away about a year a before and also for my son who moved away a year before as well. >> the voter's office told him to write deceased on the ballot and return it. he did. but he got them again. >> if i was so inclined, i probably could have voted three times this year. >> impossible has the
spokesperson for the registrar of voters. >> 100% of the ballots of checked by hand. not cuter checked but checked by hand. we are verifying the signature on the registration form. there is no registration form on the vote-by-mail envelope. if it doesn't match, it doesn't count. >> they are reviewed by three employees and run is forensically trained. >> 5:09 is the time. it's getting cooler out there. >> it is. here's a live look outside. 10 degrees coolering in the north bay with dense fog. 46 livermore. already looking forward to that extra hour of sleep and the earlier sunrise. we will talk about the chance of rain, as well, coming up in a few minutes. >> lisa, thank you. also ahead, you will soon be seeing local dungeness crab in stores. how some people are already getting a head start. and plus the local school that's getting national recognition.
>> welcome back. a former ucf surgeon is in jail related to 99 charges to illegal narcotics prescriptions. police arrested christopher owens on thursday after a five-month investigation. he was a faculty member at the university of san francisco medical center. he was fired and released this statement. ucsf takes this very seriously and told the entire staff to be aware of signs of opioid use and report it confidentially.
the charge now is just a miss misdemeanor. connections to charges of jasmine abuslin have been investigated for seven months. some of felonies but they say that's not the case here. >> based on her own statements the sexual interactions she had with police officers in contra costa county was when she was over 18. they were consensual. >> the misdemeanor charge is for a retired oakland police captain who is now in his 80s. prosecutors say he paid for sex with abuslin and will be charged with soliciting a prostitute. >> investigators say a skimmer device was found at a gas station in unincorporated mill valley. sheriffs officials say it appears it was put there during
the night. skimmer devices are used to steal personal information and credit card information. some use bluetooth technology so the thieves can access the data remotely. happening today, at&t park will be transformed into a field of science dreams for the science festival discovery day. there will be hundreds of science exhibits and games and experience from leading science and technology organizations from across the bay area. this year the festival will encourage kids to explore curiosity. it runs from 10:00 to 4:00 today at at&t park. >> there are so many great schools in the san francisco bay area but not every school is acknowledged by the u.s. department of education. the on tuesday sun valley elementary in san rafael will be awarded a blue ribbon, the highest honor given to a school. lyanne melendez tells us what makes them great. >> reporter: you know when a school is located on happy lane
there's a good chance things are probably going well for students and teachers. >> we never want to stop learning and growing and that makes this an exciting places to. >> reporter: in the case of sun valley elementary, school life is going so we they will soon receive a blue ribbon. a blue ribbon is the highest achievement for any school. this year the u.s. department of education will award blue ribbons to 279 public schools nationwide. the school hasn't be reinvented the wheel, it just knows what works for all kids, teachers and parents know not all kids learn the same way. >> make sure we throw a broad net of academic achievement so if a child cannot access the content in one way, they are provided many opportunities to be able to access the contest in a variety of ways. >> teachers also communicate professionally with each other to discuss how each child can excel. volunteers put in 100 hours a week to help students with their work. in some cases students just want someone to read with.
[bell] >> but perhaps one of the things that sets sun valley apart is their mindfulness program to reduce stress and learn how to relax. >> they duties their mindfulness strategy to help them be calm and make good choices. >> i think it's really cool because it helps people be able to take rests so they can be calm so they will have that for their whole life. >> the award received shows the little school that could finally did. in san rafael, lyanne melendez, abc7 news >> abc7 news was in san leandro yesterday as dozen of volunteers fixed up a park that was deemed unsafe. they helped install a kaboom playground at the park. playground is based on a design be created by children and will encourage physical activity and creative thinking. kaboom is a nonprofit that has
opened more than 16,000 playgrounds nationwide. state wildlife officials are putting dungeonness crab back on the table just in time for thanksgiving. the recreational fishing season opens today. and the crab opens on the 15th. this year's cooler temperatures and steady rain are good news for crab fish everybody men. >> there's been some spore had are radek detection of elevated levels this year north of point reyes and marin county, but not so much the health departments are recommending a closer this year. recreational season will open. >> health officials were warning against eatingth crabs internal organs, often considered a delicacy pause they can still contain concentrated levels of the potentially deadly toxin >> now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning to you.
petaluma, half moon bay, half-mile santa rosa fog. it's chilly out there with temperatures pretty cool. 10-degree spread in some parts of the'. but we are looking at an incoming front that will allow for increasing clouds today and a return to some fog along the coast. so probably enjoying the warmer-than-average temperatures the past week. right now you can kind of make out the fog on the golden gate bridge. it's 55 in san francisco. 45 in gilroy. as we take a look outside our window here, numbers in the 40s from napa. and 46 in livermore. so overall, yeah, pretty much everyone, anywhere from 3 to about 4 degrees cooler. look at the coast, 9 degrees cooler. that's due to the low clouds and the on shore push. we look for the changes to come throughout the afternoon. it will be cooler throughout the day today with the southwest
winds and allowing for some showers, specifically in the north bay tomorrow morning and the mild fall weather continues for most of next week. a huge surf out there. a high surf advisory tonight into tomorrow. look at the wave heights already, anywhere from 9 feet to 14 feet. we are looking at the sneaker waves and swells up to 15 feet. let's take you through the day hour by hour. we have the fog and you notice by the afternoon clouds begin to increase, especially in the north bay. but in the east bay, that cal game looking pretty good. partly cloudy skies, sunny down in stanford. we are looking at temperatures today a couple crease cooler. low 60s half moon bay, low 70s inland. pleasant. we are bringing in our storm impact scale late tonight into tomorrow. this will feature the weak system to the north of us. scattered light rain showers. less than .2-inch. and we are looking at light winds. we want to highlight the area where we think you will see the scattered showers. but you know what? you will probably sleep through
it. it's a 1. it will bring some light precip probably through the overnight hours. we will pick it up 5:00 tonight. as we go through the next several hours, notice by 1:00 still off the coast of point reyes, and then by 4:00, 5:00 in the morning it really falls apart. we will be left with mist and drizzle tomorrow morning. remember the sun come up at 6:40 tomorrow. this morning 7:40. amounts? not much. looking for a couple hundredths, maybe a tenth is about it in santa rosa. remember to set your clocks back tonight. and then that sunset. yeah, 5:05 tomorrow. the accuweather seven-day forecast, a slight chance of rain north late today but overall we will see partly sunny to mostly sunny skies today with the warmest day of of the weekend today. then we break out into sunshine in the afternoon tomorrow. and monday and and tuesday looking mighty nice with sunny skies and once again warming temperatures throughout the work week. if you download our app you will see that we may bring in some rain by next friday. so it could be a return to some
wet weather. we are kind of hedging on that right now. >> hard to believe we are almost one full week into november. where did the year go? >> i know. i'm with you. >> lisa, thank you. just ahead, the 49ers will honor a three-star general on the field at levi's stadium tomorrow. how he says he will react
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clara yesterday. we asked for his perspective on colin kaepernick's national anthem protest. >> colin kaepernick is a great citizen of the u.s. and we love him to death. we don't necessarily agree request him but we will fight to defend his right to express his opinion. >> tomorrow will california have extra meaning for him. he grew up in clear lake, a diehard 49ers fan. >> i go back to gene washington and frank nunly and john brodie days. i grew up with the 49ers. >> in another twist he told me -- you know the game is against the new orleans saints, which is where mcmillan now lives. take a look at this. this used car lot this san francisco may one day give rise to microapartments not much bigger than a large s.u.v. according to the real estate website socket site, the developer wants to build units that would measure about 200 square feet.
time for a microwave, a pull-down murphy bed and a sink built into the top of a toilet and a community kitchen and lounge to share. still to come, after missing for two months a south carolina woman found alive chained in a container. could there be more victims? plus the tangors unsuspect being shoppers face from the co
averages thanks for joining us, i'm chris nguyen. we start this half-hour with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen tracking the conditions where you live. >> it's a little foggy out there especially along the north bay and the coast. elsewhere just chilly. here's a look at live doppler 7. we have a quarter mile in napa. and a half-mile up in santa rosa. current temperatures range from
the mid-40s in santa rosa, novato and livermore to 55 in san francisco. so a live look outside. the sun coming up at 7:40 this morning. that's an hour later than it will be tomorrow. so remember to set your clocks back tonight. filtered sunshine. call it increasing clouds in the north bay this afternoon. still nice and mild with sunny skies away from the coast. we will talk about the cooler weather, the chance of showers and bringing our storm impact scale to just a couple regions of the bay area. i'll explain in a few minutes. chris. >> thank you. in south carolina new information revealed in the case of a rescued woman who was held captive for months, chained inside a storage container. police returned to the scene yesterday and discovered human remains on the property. the suspect, a realtor, was in court. we have more on why authorities say it might not be the end of it. >> the grisly find in the woods,
unidentified body and the search for victims. the suspect is appearing in court. >> the charge i have before you is kidnapping. >> kayla brown was held captive for two months, rescued from a chipping container on his property. >> she witnessed him shooting him. >>. >> her boyfriend was not located. >> they heard desperate banging from a shipping container during a search of his property. brown was found inside a second metal crate chained by the neck and ankle. >> the 30-year-old who recently cleaned had homes for the local real estate agent is now recovering in the hospital. and they said just shoot me, that's all i can say. i'm so, so sorry. i can't believe this. >> the so list tore said he was convicted of a teenager of kidnapping and rape.
investigators will be here searching through the weekend. abc abc news, woodrow, south carolina. >> donald trump is talking about his plan to move our country in a new direction n the weekly republican address, trump discussed what he will do in his first 100 days as president if elected. it includes creating millions of new jobs and rebuilding the military. trump said it isn't just a campaign but a movement to return the power to the american people. >> i'm asking for your vote and your help in electing a republicannity in in congress so that we can finally change this broken system and make america great again. when i say great, i mean great for everyone. >> trump said as president he wants to bring real change to that american people deserve. >> in his weekly address the president said the uninsured rate is the lowest it's ever been and healthcare prices have
been going up slower than they have in 50 years. president obama credits the affordable care act for bringing to million american adults on to health insurance. >> our goal wasn't just to make sure more people had coverage, it was to make sure more people had better coverage. it's the same idea that always made america great. >> open enrollment season ends january 31st. if you sign up by december 15 you will be covered by the beginning of the year. 5:33 is our time and there's morrow bad news for samsung. the company has been reeling from the reports of exploding cell phones, as many of you know. now 2.8 million samsung washing machines are being recalled. there have been more than 700 reported cases of samsung top-loading washers coming apart when operated at high-speed. the tops are blog off, endangering consumers. >> i do the laundry in my family. i have two young boys.
this would scare the heck out of me, which is why we hope parents and others take advantage of they recall. >> the recall applies to 34 different models of samsung washers sold since 2011. if you have one in your home you are eligible for a free in-home repair kit, a rebate or a new washer of any brand. if you bought your samsung in the past 30 days, you can get a full refund. in the south bay there are new details regarding a san jose woman who was busted for selling fake makeup to unsuspecting customers. it's a story you will see only on abc7 news. piecely piece these cosmetics are just a portion of what was confiscated from a san jose's woman's home on halloween. >> it's shameful and too bad somebody has to resort to something like that. >> special agents with the homeland security investigations team said the woman, who has not been identified, had been selling fake makeup and
hairstyling products for several months. the goods came from a known counterfeit ex-porter in asia. >> we target those involved in global trafficking of counterfeit goose because of the threat to the u.s. consumer and to u.s. industries. >> abc seven news spoke to investigator jeffrey branigan about the case. >> there's a health risk or safety risk because we don't know what chemicals or products are used. >> but for unsuspecting customers, the counterfeit goose appear to be legit. >> you can kind of tell sometimes when it's fake but it looked exactly the same more the most part, same packaging. >> but upon closer inspection you be can tell something is off, which is cause for concern. the santa clara attorney's office is reviewing the case for potential charges. >> you could a breakout. it could get into your
bloodstream and that's dangerous. >> the total value of the seized products could be worth to $100,000. happening today, a ribbon-cutting ceremony will introduce four new electric trolleys in downtown london creek. they want be to achieve the cleanest and most energy efficient system. they will run between the wall nut creek bart station, downtown and the plaza and will continue to be free to the public. the ceremony starts at 10:00 this morning. a two-year-old san leandro boy dubbed little boy blue is meeting with university of california police today. aden and his mother missy has been hand being out thank you cards to law enforcement around the bay area. this is video of them back in july when they were in san leandro. the police officers outfitted him with gear just in case one day he decides to become an officer. still ahead, they are walking the streets to get a foot in the door.
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display at the chinese historical society's museum after a five-month hiatus. the paintings were in the 50s. they went missing sometime in the 70s. they were found again in 2010 when they showed up in an auction. historical society brought some and others went to a private collector. you can see the full set of 12 this morning. the grand opening is at 10:00. city hall is looking more colorful. this was a shot from our sutro tower camera last night showing the building lilt up in red, white and blue to remind people to vote. election day is tuesday, but if you live in san francisco, you can vote early at city hall today and tomorrow from 10:00 to 4:00. that's always neat to see, lisa. >> yes. very festive. looking at a wide range of temperatures this morning and some fog. it's a mild 61 in the san ramon valley but how about 44 in santa rosa? so lots of 40s in between. even in the east bay. and fog at the coast.
a live look outside from our emeryville camera where it's 53 in oakland. almost as nice today. we will bring in a cool-down, increasing clouds and some rain in the affing for some of you. a look at the seven-day forecast next. >> lisa, thank you ever. also next, a quick reality check in l.a.. the warriors against the lakers. what big streak ended in the blow
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great highway. it's been one of the city's most dangerous roads. a cyclist was killed there in june by a speeding car. >> people routinely are traveling 7 to 9 miles above the speed limit on this street and that's during the day. it's quite likely faster at night. the speed lumps will clowe people down. >> the speed humps are expected to lower speeds some some sections of the road from 40 to 20 miles an hour. the city also plans to install speed humps along martin luther king, jr. drive on the south side of golden gate park. in sports, both cal and stanford are at home today against pac-12 rivals. the cardinals faces oregon state down at the farm. kickoff at stanford stadium at 12:30 a.m.. and fifth-ranked washington battled cal at memorial stadium. if you are not going to the game you can watch it on our sister network espn. the warriors won't be in action until monday but last night the dubs were hoping to extend their
four-game winning streak in los angeles. here's larry beil with more in this morning's sports report. >> good morning, everybody. after clobbering o k.c. on thursday night in a highly emotional game, the warriors headed south to face their old friend luke walton who is now coaching the lakers on paper. an easy win, right? lay-up. on the court, different story. luke and steph. hey, what's up? what's up? i'm about to beat you, bad. posterizing david west. he palmed his head with one hand and dunked with the other. are you serious? that's cold. steph inside. dishing to klay for three. a rare three. lead cut to 75-66. then steph, half-court lob to kevin durant for the flush. deficit down to 7. current with 27. fourth quarter, klay, pocket hick from behind by lou williams all the way for the flush. laker lead back up to 13. williams had 20 off the bench. lakers bench outscored the dubs
reserves by 30 and the lakers stun the warriors, 117-97. there was a milestone in this game. steph curry had hit a three in 157 consecutive games. but this was brick house. the streak ends here. steph 0 for 10 from deep, as a team golden state 5 of 32 from downtown. 16%. in college football today, stanford hosts oregon state and cal goes for the upset of number 5 washington. that's a night game in berkeley. first 10,000 fans will get the marshon lynch bobbleheads. very cool. friday night football, san jose state at number 24 boise state. spartans haven't beaten a ranked team on the road since 1980's. they hang in there. but the broncos get a score just before the half. they open it up in the third.
the screen, and the broncos rock 45-31. 1 had hundred 8 years of waiting does bring out the crowds. the cubs victory parade like nothing we have ever seen before. wall to wall people for miles and miles. usually you see about a million people at these kind of celebrations but the estimate on this one was 5 million cubs fans packed the parade route. that's the seventh largest gathering in human history! the manager, joe maddon, addressed the masses, classic tongue in cheek saying thanks for your patience. you wait a century. thanks for your patience. that's pa wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil now the accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> we will squeeze out another pretty nice day. slightly cooler for some before we see some more significant changes. here's a look at live doppler 7. we are looking at fog at the
coast. a quarter mile visibility half moon bay. petaluma. and up to santa rosa three quarter mile visibility. light winds, clear skies, maximal radiational cooling but it's a chilly start. this system here will sink to the south. it will weaken and stall out. it should bring parts of the north bay a few showers. from the east bay hills camera, temperatures range from the mid-40s in gilroy in the mid-50s san francisco. this morning the latest sunrise you will see for quite some time, 7:40. from our roof camera you notice the highlights include slightly cooler temperatures this weekend. showers tonight into tomorrow morning, mainly in san francisco and mainly in the north bay. few could slip south. we look for mild fall weather into next week. but we have a big, big sur of. the sets are getting huge.
anywhere from tonight to tomorrow morning westerly swells up to 15 feet. do not turn your back on the oaks. it will be pretty out there again. enjoy some sun at the beach. as we go through the afternoon, notice the increasing clouds. so hour-by-hour you will notice in the north bay more of the filtered sunshine and at the coast the low clouds will regroup and the san mateo coast will feature some cooler conditions. overall we see numbers in the low 60s coastside to the low 70s. you notice inland and in the south bay it's just as nice as it has been. so if you are look for something to do tonight, out in the east bay over at walnut creek, castro, morning reporter will be there to host the night the light walk. 69 degrees, should be a nice evening. we are bringing in the storm impact scale to want and into tomorrow. it's a 1, a weak 1. less than .2-inch of rain with light winds. in the north bay you will probably miss it because it's going to happen through the overnight hours for the most
part. you will probably sleep right through it. we will pick pick it up at 5:00 tonight. we have the increasing clouds and henderson looking at maybe a few scattered showers through the overnight hours. a few may slip further south first thing tomorrow morning. then we will work on increasing sunshine for your sunday afternoon. amounts maybe a tenth inch up in santa rosa, .01 in oakland, san carlos. and the accuweather seven-day forecast we are featuring not only warm conditions today, south and also inland east bay, but the cooler weather along the coast with the fog. so the accuweather seven-day forecast, a slight chance of showers tonight with a 1 on our storm impact scale right on through tomorrow morning in the north bay. then we will look for more sunshine in the afternoon. temperatures warm up right on through the end of the week. but at that point thursday and friday, we could see a return to some wet weather. so a good way to track that is our abc7 news app. you can track the rain, as well tonight. >> good information, lisa.
thank you. happy hour came early for some techies yesterday on what looked like a morning pub crawl. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom explains, they weren't out looking for beer but for connections in their fast-growing industry in what has become an annual tradition. >> a casually dressed crowd is snaking its way past the bars and restaurants of north beach. not thirsty for beach, but hungry for opportunity. >> just moved to the area from abroad. >> they are looking in all the right laces. >> tell me what you are looking for. if there's a right fit, i'm happy to make an introduction. >> this is the fourth annual new tech crawl. >> for companies to open their doors and let people from the outside in -- >> it's organized by this dapper gentleman who you might not recognize without his space suit. >> i've lost the orange suit and lost it for a top hat to be more formal and outstanding. >> and featuring new companies you haven't heard of yet. it's away to get a foot in the
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>> good morning. we've made it to saturday, november 5th. thanks for joining us. i'm kris nguyen. let's start with a quick look at the forecast. here's meteorologist lisa argen. she's tracking the forecast for us. hi, lisa. >> good morning. >> reducing visibility anywhere from about less than a quarter mile in petaluma, three quarter mile in petaluma. and the rain is well up to the north. we will bring our storm impact scale in later on tonight. first things first, the chilly temperatures. 44 in santa rosa, 46 live more, 55 san francisco. you can expect increasing clouds today.
mainly in the north bay. slightly cooler at the coast. and in parts of the north bay. otherwise sunshine to partly cloudy conditions, low 70 eats for your high. this morning the sun is up at 7:40. tomorrow morning 6:40 and it's going to take until november 30th to see that sun come up at 7:05. sun sets tomorrow at 5 a:05 and the earliest sunset is december 1st at 4:50 and it will take until january 1st to get the sun setting back again at 5:00 p.m.. the good news in all of this, you get an extra hour of sleep tonight. we will detail the outlook for the rain in parts of the bay area coming up. >> lisa, thank you. police are investigating a shooting that left at least ten people injured in downtown oakland. the shooting happened near 14th and broadway just a few blocks away fro city hall. police say as many as three gunmen were involved. our media partner, the east bay times, reports that the shooting was the result of a dispute at a nightclub.