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good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, november 6th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi carolyn, good morning to you. check out live doppler 7 and all the cloud cover. we also have some embedded rain showers not being detected here because they are falling below the radar beam. there are returns in the north bay and the pavement is wet and temperatures on the muggy side. 60 in the city, 61 oakland and concord. we are looking at numbers compared to yesterday at this time much milder.
by noontime still mostly cloudy, 50s and 60s by the afternoon. breaking out into sunshine. there's a raiders game tonight and a niners game this afternoon. we will have the forecast for that. talk about a dry and warmer start to the work week. that's coming up. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. we begin with developing news out of san francisco. police are investigating the death of a man hit by a car at market and delores streets. it happened last night just before 11:00. witnesses say the victim was on an island, not in the cross walk when he was hit, and had a cane and roller bag with him. he died at the scene, despite efforts by bystanders to survive him. the driver is cooperating with police. and developing news out of walnut correct. police have arrested a man believed to be involved in a possible shooting on 680. our media partner at the east bay times reports the man was surrounded in walnut creek bart
station after leading police on a chase through pleasanton, san ramon and danville. we are getting a report of a freeing a shorting when they spotted the alleged gunman. on the campaign trail, donald trump was rushed offstage in reno last night. the secret service claims someone shouted "gun"at the rally. they arrested a man, found no weapon. he was released and not charged. the man later told an abc affiliate in las vegas that he had a republican against trump sign and people started attacking him before trump was led off. it was a chaotic end to a very long day for both candidates. abc news reporter jonathan betts has the latest on the campaign trail. >> donald trump was speaking in reno, nevada when he took note of an apparent protester in the
audience. >> we have one. those guys from the hillary clinton campaign. >> and suddenly -- his secret service detail sprang to his side and rushed the candidate off the stage. there was a commotion in the crowd in front of the podium. security took a man into custody and escorted him out of the hall. minuts later trump returned unhurt. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. >> as their campaigns wind down -- >> i want to be the president for everybody! everybody, people who don't agree with me, people who vote for me, people who don't vote for me. >> the candidates are trying to wind up voters. >> hillary and her special interests would rob our country blind. >> donald trump stealing a kiss from wife melania as she campaigned with him in north carolina. there was massive early voter turnout saturday in florida and nevada. nearly 37 million votes have
already been cast in 39 states. >> know the power of your own voice. it can change the world. >> for hillary clinton, after a performance with jay-z and braun say, katie perry was singing a song as this concert in philadelphia. hoping to end a campaign on a high note. jonathan betts, abc news, new york the latest abc news poll released last night shows hillary clinton five points ahead of donald trump. it's her largest lead since trump made a late october push. the election will be the focus of this week. guests include john charm of the campaign. "this week" with george stephanopoulos airs at 8:00 this morning.
the lines were long for early voting yesterday. abc7 news was at the registrar of voters office in san jose where people waited up to 30 minutes just to get a ballot. it's one of six early voting centers in santa clara county. bay area election officials are telling he voters not to worry when they cast their ballots. california is one of the few states immuned to cyber attempts to create confusion on election day. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian explains. >> in san francisco's department of elections, ballots are being sorted and of the time-consuming process of manually organizing ballots is underway. the paper trail is long and purposeful in this elections office. >> we take any questions or concerns about voting integrity very seriously. >> a gal lot survey in august
showed 36% of americans felt voter fraud would most likely be a major problem this election and just 43% had a, quote, great deal of confidence that their vote would be counted correctly. the reality is just two states recently had their voting systems hacked. not in california where paper ballots are used. >> there's no possible way for our results to be hacked. >> nothing in the voting booth is attached to the internet. but some fear state websites or even unofficial election night numbers could be compromised, thus leading voters to distrust the system. >> i'm not worried about it in san francisco. but maybe in other parts of the country there may be possibilities, yes. >> even with the spent similar, there could be a record turn are quite in san francisco this election season. 28% of residents have already voted. in san francisco, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. and abc7 news was in san francisco yesterday where house democratic leader nancy
pelosi tried to energize phone booth volunteers at their office. telling them this is a crucial weekend of final opportunity to encourage voters to get out their vote. some of us have is on red, some of us you have on blue, some of us have on the whole rainbow. [cheers and applause] >> congresswoman pelosi said she's hoping the momentum for clinton in california will lead to other democratic victories throughout the state. we have a full set of vote resources at abc7news.com/politics to help you prepare for politics. click on the icon "your voice your vote-voters election guide"and then enter your address. you will get a comprehensive resource for candidates and measures on your ballot.
a man buried in a shallow state university in a park. 18-year-old kirk kimberly had been stabbed multiple times. a landscape iser found his body wednesday buried next to a parking lot. detectives don't believe this was a random act of violence. they also say it had nothing to do with the university or its students. almeda county officers remembered one of their own last night. sheriff's officer explorer carlos ramirez was found dead in oakland. it was the first time the explorers program has lost someone is. abc7 news reporter sergio quinn taken no lost someone. >> reporter: for the family, this was an emotional event. it was put together by her fellow sheriff's department explorers, many of them still trying to understand what happened. >> we are still all in shock.
we wouldn't expect this to happen to carla. she was one of the best persons i knew. >> the group lined up to offer their condolences to karla's parents. after a couple difficult days, her family welcomed the event. >> we appreciate the outpouring and we thank you for being here for us. thank you very much. >> the 21-year-old went be missing wednesday night. her body was found at a park in oakland thursday. on friday investigators announced they detained two people in connection to her brutal murder. she had been beaten, stabbed and burned. investigators wouldn't give details about a motive behind the crime. >> this is a personal matter. the almeda county sheriff's department has not released the names of the suspects in the case. this woman said he knows one of
the accused. >> i know the girl, she used to work at kfc. it kind of shocks us because how could a person do that it another coworker? >> he tells us the suspect is another coworker laura rodgers. she's been booked into the jail. the 13.3 half-marathon begins today at the muni pier near aquatic part. the runners will go over the bridge, then come back over the bridge to return to the park. here's a live be picture from our golden gate camera. last year over 3700 runners took part in the race. it starts at 7:00 and the course is open for three hours. well, i hope everyone remembered to set their clock back. it helped us, but i'm fighting a cold this morning. >> you don't have to do anything now with the i-phone, it just
does it for you. >> yeah. >> that picture of the golden gate bridge, a little deceiving because it certainly is wet in the north bay. as some of the runners make their way over there, fist and drizzle. oakland 56. and livermore weather system pushing through the bay area and dissipating. we have some changes not only for the work week, but into the extended outlook, as well, that you are not going to want to miss. come back and we will talk about it. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead, a dog found burned to death, and now police may be looking for a serial dog killer. and the raiders play one of their biggest games in years at the coliseum today. the message fans hope to send to the team's owner.
>> a woman who drown friday in the russian river is a long-time former berkeley teacher. 69-year-old heidi boley was canoeing with two friends when her boat overturned. she disappeared when they are friends swam to shore. rescuers found her a short time later but they could not revive her. she taught for more than two decades and recently worked part-time for the district. a shocking find just outside fresno. the couple found multiple burned animal remains dumped on the side of the road. reporter corey james from our sister station found out this is not the first time they have made this type of disturbing discovery. >> it's heartbreaking to see in person. >> the photo is too graphic to show you without blowing part of the picture. >> you could still see the face,
the broken structures. it was obviously a small dog but it had been badly burned. [train whistle] >> it was found feet away from the train tracks at avenue 15 saturday. >> there were several, maybe about five or six butane cans just spread out over the entire scene. you know right away that, okay, this wasn't an accident. you don't do that. it's not an accident. butane cans just don't show up in the area. >> yvonne and her husband, casey, said it was not just one doing they found. there were multiple burnt animal skeleton remains all stretched out over the half-mile stretch of dogs. >> the other ones were unwreck flied. you could see some bones, heads, paws, sculls. >> last year they took photos of a similar scene. for them seeing it again raises questions and concerns. >> literally they are being
tortured and harmed in such a way that's brutal and that it needs justice. yeah, it's very disheartening to see the same thing a year later, identical. >> corey james, abc7 news. >> dramatic video from the chp shows firefighters rescuing two people and a dog dropped 80 feet down the side of a cliff. it happened at rodeo beach yesterday afternoon. the dog fell off the cliff first. the owner and a good samaritan then went after them but got stuck. firefighters hoisted them up one by one into a chp helicopter. the dog's owner is thankful everything turned out okay. >> i am just incredibly grateful and so glad that i got out of it and that everybody got out of it. >> the dog, named pancake, went to the vet with some minor scrapes and bumps. happening today some raider fans plan to send a message to team owner mark davis during today's game.
that message, stay in oakland, don't go to vegas. davis has made it clear that he is moving to nevada unless he finds a better deal. fans will be handing out 10,000 signs that say stay in oakland. and flying a banner over the coliseum, as well. sponsors of the event include the group "save oakland sports"and"stay in oakland"and the raiders booster club. also happening today, the 49ers salute to service game. three-star marine corps general rex mcmillan will be among the military personnel honored. he grew up in clear lake, a diehard 49ers fans. today's game against the new orleans saints will also feature a flyover by two osprey jets by the marine corps air face at mirmar. november is military appreciation month.
happening today, the 20th annual try veterans parade in pleasanton. we were there last year as the parade moved along main street. they hold it about a week before veteran's day so vets can take part in other veteran tributes if they want to. it honors all veterans who served in the military. >> now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning. we have a dissipating cold front. it is allowing for some showers in the north bay. here's a look at live doppler 7. you notice as we take you outside, plenty of cloud cover. you may run into some wet pavement in the north bay, even through san francisco, possibly through the morning hours. right now it's 61 in the city. temperatures won't move too much today. it's going to take a good deal of time for the clouds to thin out. 61 oakland. mountain view 56, as well as san jose. 51 gill ray. half moon bay 59. from our emeryville camera, it's
dark out. sun comes up at 6:41 and sets after 5:00. right now it doesn't look too bad in san francisco but most of the shower activity in the north bay. so we will be cloudy for the bulk of the morning hours. then some afternoon sun, sunnier and warmer through thursday. then by the end of the week veteran's day, friday, into the weekend we could see a return to some wet weather. we still have a high surf advisory until 9:00. look at these wave heights, anywhere from 12 to 16 feet the. they are very big. they have peaked but for the next few hours it will still be dangerous at the beaches. a few returns in the north bay, but as we go through the 8:00, 9:00 hour, even in vallejo you could see a light shower. as with go through the rest of the day skies become partly cloudy. in the east bay, the south bay, you will see more sunshine, but temperatures a little bit cooler. we are talking low 60s once again at the shoreline.
but where you have more sun it will be about 730 today. the niners game and 70 concord. lots of clouds tomorrow and then by the afternoon we are pretty sunny. that will start the week off a little bit warmer and that's going to be the trend fo the next several days into next week. so for this evening, raiders game, sun setting after 5:00. then kickoff 5:30. 63 degrees, getting somewhat cool but still comfortable there. as we take you down into santa clara, it will be mild, 70 degrees 1:05 and 4:00 in the upper 60s. the accuweather seven-day forecast we are featuring morning showers north bay, mostly cloudy in the afternoon for the north by but filtered sunshine the rest of the day. more sunshine tomorrow. temperatures climbing to the 70s. by tuesday, wednesday, thursday, check it out. sunny, 60s at the coast. then by friday we could bring in some showers that could last
into next weekend. so it's about time. we need some of the rain back. of course, if you have our app you can track all the changes. we thought this system this morning would be weak, and it was. so we dropped our 1 on the storm impact scale. >> thank you, lisa. just ahead, take a look at these jeans. they are vintage like nothing you have of worn or seen before. how they are still in pristine condition more than a century with a break like this, we could dowhichever's faster. surgery means recovery time. a cast will get you back out there right away, but it's bulky. and can it take a beating? how did you break it again? roller derby. hip-checked. there's a rematch next week. snarling clementine has to be there.
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to get out of the house so they order through catalogs. they need to be protected. >> we asked dream products why it never sent his items. the spokesperson said there were discrepancies on his order form and the company should have contacted him to straighten them out, saying clearly this is where the system broke down, for which we are extremely embarrassed and sincerely apologize to him and appreciate you bringing his issue to our attention. not only did dream products refund his money, it sent him all the items he ordered free of charge. >> those issues are important. and "7 on your side" takes care of that. i think it's great. >> dream products said it's reviewing its policies and procedures to prevent this kind of thing from ever happening again. it points out it handles thousands of orders without problems. leo did receive those products and tells us he likes his slippers. i'm michael finney, "7 on your side." >> now complaints about a horrible order in sacramento. many people have noticed it in
the downtown area. it's come from mexican free tail bats. they like to live in small crevasses about an inch wide in between between the older buildings. the bat expert said the smell comes from their waste but it's also the males trying to attract female bats. >> in the fall when feels are starting to think about the females for the winter, it gets a little stronger. right now we might be noticing some of that, in addition to their normal odors. >> and experts say sacramento has a large number of bats living under bridges, as well. they say they are good to have around because they come out at night, they eat up all the mosquitoes in the area. a 123-year-old pair of blue jeans produced right here in san francisco by levi strauss and company will soon go up forsakes in maine. a technical glitch kept them
from being auctioned off yesterday. they were worn only a few times by the owner before they he will ill. they are a big size. 44 a waist and 34 inseam. unlike modern day jeans, these don't have belt loops, why? back in 1987 you wore suspenders to keep your pants up. the jeans could fetch upwards of $80,000. still to come on abc7 mornings, what oakland's mayor said about a shooting that left people running for their lives.
>> welcome back. we are starting this half-hour with a look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, carolyn. 6:41 is our official sunrise. hope you enjoyed that extra hour of sleep last height. you notice all the cloud cover and beneath the radar beam on top of mount st. helena, we have showers in the northbound bay but also fog is at issue. santa rosa just over 2 miles, half moon bay. the rest of the bay area not doing too bad. temperatures are much milder. low 60s for san francisco, oakland 56. it's one of the cooler areas for san jose. but overall anywhere from 6 to 20 degrees warmer this morning. that translates into muggy conditions. isolated showers in the morning hours, mainly in the north bay. then mostly cloudy throughout the midday with temperatures in the 50s and 60s. about and by later on in the afternoon becoming partly cloudy, a little cooler today. we will talk about more warmth, more sunshine, and then more rain all in the seven-day outlook.
carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. police in oakland continue to investigate a ferocious gun battle that left eight people wounded, including one in critical condition. it happened just after mid-fight saturday at 14th street near broadway. abc7 news reporter cornell barnard has the details. >> i was listening to music and it was bullets like everiy. >> angela was inside a bar and heard the gunshots come from the street. she ran for cover. >> people who were downstairs ran upstairs. and what scared everyone, because then everyone else started running. i ran and hid in the lady's room until the shooting stopped. >> two men exchanged gun shire, wounding six people caught in the gun fire. >> when i came outside, there was blood everywhere. >> victims, 17 to 28 years old were rushed to the hospital and two men were arrested. >> instances like this are heartbreaking. >> oakland mayor libby schaaf
reacting to the crime. she said police are working to reduce gun violence. >> we are working to reduce gun violence in every neighborhood in the city. we do not play favorites with neighborhoods. this is about human life. >> last year musicians emiliano nevarez was killed by a stray bullet leaving a bar also on 14th street in oakland. they say there were no way the two suspects were inside their establish men that night because metal detectors are in use. >> with just two morrow days until election day, we are see egg record absentee voters being returned. officials in clarke county, nevada say over 57,000 people voted early on friday. long lines stretched through this grocery store in las vegas. it was also a polling place. the market was just one of
several early voting sites in the county that stayed open until 10:00 at night to accommodate the long lines. >> i work and this is the day i had available to come do it. and she's a first-time voter and wanted in he to come with hadder. >> in miami yesterday, trump and clinton voters competed for early voting votes. millions of floridaiance have already cast their ballots. a boisterous group of donald trump supporters rallied in the south bay yesterday. [chanting] >> abc7 news was there as the santa clara county trump campaign and the group young millennials for trump held a get out the vote event. they aren't shy about why they prefer the republican nominee. >> well, he's obviously the best choice. i think that he will, in fact,
do something to make america great again, get the government out of our lives except where we can use some help like at the border. everything he says fits with what i believe. >> supporters say even in california where democrats hold the majority, there is a large contingent backing trump. of the 17 propositions on tuesday's state ballot, one is opposed by both the republican and democratic parties. supporters say it's common sense. prop 60 would require condoms for performers in adult films. california and new hampshire are the only states that allow adult films to be made and have regulations. now voters are being asked to decide whether more restrictions are needed. aerial experts for san francisco states company has a producer in adult films. she's among those fighting proposition 60. it would require performers to wear condoms, producers to pay
for more medical exams, and allow people who watch porn to sue if they don't see condoms being used. >> when i'm onset and in i performer is asked to use a condom, i'm totally fine with it and it has nothing to do with that. i don't like the forced messaging by the government. >> she and others say the industry already has strict measures in place to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. in fact, cal-osha recently had more guidelines. but they claim the industry is defying current law. >> as a result, thousands of young men and women are illegally and routinely exposed to sexually transmitted diseases, including hiv. >> but many say it's ill-conceived. >> this is not a public health measure, it's some kind. punitive, strange law. >> and those in the industry say lawsuits would expose their names and addresses, putting
them at physical risk. something backers don't buy. >> there are all sorts of laws that allow for private citizens to sue to enforce the laws. >> if prop 60 becomes the law, performers say it will drive their industry underground where there would be fewer worker protections. no matter what happens in california with the vote to legalize recreational marijuana, law enforcement sources tell the i-team foreign drug cartels will continue to be a huge problem. dan noyes has obtained dramatic video of a special ops team raiding illegal marijuana grows all over the bay area. the cartels wreak havoc on the environment and produce pot tainted with toxic chemicals. an exclusive investigation on abc7 news at 11:00 p.m. >> organizers of the titans of mavericks surfing competition are keeping a close eye on surf
conditions. on friday organizers sent this tweet alerting everyone about a potential swell. that means surf conditions are shaping up in favor of the competition. the call to competitors all over the world is made 48 hours before the event. still ahead on abc7 mornings, how this instrument made in the bay area may help n.a.s.a. track severe storms from space. and here is a live look from our emeryville camera. rather muggy out there right now. our storm system that we first anticipated seems to be falling apart. but is there more rain in the forecast? lisa argen will be along in just a few to tell us about that.
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>> samsung is trying a new you tactic to have those who still have their note 7s to turn in their phone. they will be release ing a software updates that will limit the phone's ability to charge beyond 60%. it will also issue a reminder pop-up notification every time someone charges, reboots or turns on the screen. their note 7 device. samsung says nearly 85% of all recalled galaxy note 7 devices have been replaced throughout the u.s. as of friday morning. today's time change not only makes everything an hour earlier, it can also affect your inner clock, which might affect your driving. this is drowsy driving awareness week and the chp is warning of
the danger of drowsy drivers can pose. chp officers urge drivers who get sleepy to pull off the road, take a nap or drink coffee or drive with a friend to help prevent an accident. it will be nice to just pull over and take a name. >> can't picture that. >> no. >> we are dryer and cooler in the south bay where the clouds don't have a lot of moisture. so we are in the low to mid-50s from morgan hill, fremont and san jose. in the north bay 60s and even scattered showers. so temperatures over in oakland 61 degrees. we will talk about a little sun today and a return to the mild fall weather coming up. >> all right. thank you, lisa. also ahead,ual tries to upset a ranked opponent for the third time this season. could they beat fifth-ranked washington? mike shumann has all the highlights coming up they prey on our children, spending billions. addicting 17,000 california kids each year.
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and the 49ers are home today. the niners facing the saints at levi's stadium. kickoff at 1:05 this afternoon. and a big game tonight at the oakland coliseum. the broncos and raiders battle for first place in the afc west. kickoff is at 5:30. last night cal had a chance to upset another ranked team at home when they took on number 5, washington. here's shu. he has all the miles in this morning's sports. >> good morning. well, cal hosting fifth-ranked washington who was unhappy by the ranking given to them by the playoff committee. huskies looking to prove everyone wrong. meanwhile cal beat two ranked teams at home this season. and mc caffery reenacted this. watch out for the bear numbers. washington going into the bag of tricks. jake to the receiver. throws it to a wide-open darrell daniels. 39 yards.
1-6 washington. still in the first. going deep. john ross has 208 receiving yards. four cal players cannot make a tackle. come on! 67 yards. ross ends up with three touchdowns on the night. huskies up 21-6. they got back into the game. 14-yard strike to chad hanson who returned from an injury. cal was down 21-to. ten browning, fourth td pass. 39-20 muss skis at the half. they got the ball to start the second half. they connect again, this time 17 yards. browning 378 yards passing, six touchdowns, 42-20. washington finally scores a td on the ground. 2 yards. washington wins big, 66-27. stanford hosting oregon state. stanford ran the ball 58 times for 368 yards. first quarter bryce love,
56-yard touchdown. he had 89 on date, 10-0 cardinals. mccaffrey, 199 yards, 231 all-purpose yards. game high 51-yard run here. he set him up. stanford up 13-7 at the half. defense picked off the defense quarterback marcus marion twice in the third. stanford converts this into points. chris making the second straight start. 44-yard run. look at the big guy go. had just 66 yards passing. stanford wins 26-15. they are bowl eligible at 6-3. >> a lot of things we have to work on. too many field goals. have to do a better job of helping the defense put the ball if the box. >> definitely a lot of things to clean up, just like last week, but there's improvement from last week. every day is just going-to-be enter and next week i expect to be better than this week. >> sharks hosting the penguins.
a lost unhappy shark fans after this one. sidney crosby, missed the first six games of of the season. scores his seventh goal in his sixth game. banks it off martin jones. and across, his eighth goal of the year in the second, which leads the league. had his stick in the right place at the right time. sharks fall 5 a-0. they are now 6-6. that's the way the ball bounces. raiders and broncos tonight at the black hole. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. >> now the accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning to you. we have fog in the north bay. also along the coast and a few scattered showers north of the golden gate. this system not quite done yet. here's live doppler 7. you notice all the cloud cover. the activity has been from mount shasta, northern california. but just in the last couple of hours we've seen some activity in the north bay. so it's certainly damp out there. it's muggy. it's 61 in san francisco and oakland with 51 in this area.
cool early where the rain or the clouds are it's definitely a little muggy out there. could see a shower through 10:00, 11:00, not just in the north bay but perhaps into san francisco or vallejo. other than that, it will be a cool and cloudy start to your sunday. 61 in concord. it's 56 in livermore. so outside right now looking at pretty much dry conditions. but overall some showers, mainly north this morning. and then cloudy with some afternoon sunshine. sunny and warmer through thursday. then changes arrive after thursday with perhaps the return to wet weather friday and saturday. so wave heights still way, way up until 9:00 this morning. anywhere from 13 to 16 feet. you see it highlighted here. still dangerous along the shoreline. over the next few hours just a little bit of green on the screen perhaps here and there.
as we go through the afternoon the cloud thin out and it will be partly cloudy. so temperatures will result in some warmer numbers where you get that sunshine. low 60s at the coast again. so not moving much in san francisco from where you are now. 65 in richmond. 67 palo alto. 72 in morgan hill. and if you are headed to the game this afternoon, it will be pretty mild. 70 degrees in santa clara. dropping through the upper 60s so it's always pretty warm there. but pleasant. later on this afternoon over in oakland, 5:30 start for the raiders with 63 degrees. dropping off to about 60. tomorrow morning waking up to cloud cover all around the bay area. so it will be with us through a good portion of the morning. then by the afternoon we are returning to partly to mostly sunny conditions. the accuweather seven-day forecast then looking at monday, tuesday and wednesday as sunnier and warmer days. and actually even thursday above average. but then we get into a chance of showers late on friday. that can linger into next saturday. still kind of far out to
pinpoint it. but looking at kind of the bookends there with the seven-day outlook starting out kind of soggy and gray and getting sunny and mild in between. hopefully we return to some wetter weather because by that point we are pretty much halfway through november. >> yeah. but no excuses not to get out and vote on tuesday? the weather will not play a role in that at all. >> you got it. >> all right. thank you, lisa. in ten more days n.a.s.a. plans to launch a new weather satellite that may unable early warnings for severe weather. something you are probably interested in. the technology was developed at aloki research lab in palo alto in a story you will see only on abc7 news. our reporter gives us a look at it's life-saving potential. >> by the time we see lightning, severe weather is at our doorstep. but out in space there are light things in clouds 5 to 13 miles
high. this 200-pound instrument will measure each volt and send data to the ground. we are dressed in bunny suits to maintain a dust-free environment. >> it looks for a certain wave longs of atomic oxygen that's created by lightning so it can penetrate through clouds and see lightning. >> lightning at that altitude, especially cloud-to-cloud turns out to be a good predictor of severe weather, especially tornadoes on earth and to empower meteorologists to provide earlier warnings. lockheed martin researchers have been working on this lightning mapper for ten years. it will be joined by another instrument to monitor solar flares. >> solar flares affect things like radio propagation and they can affect things like power grids on the ground. >> the data from that n.a.s.a. managed satellite will be available free to forecasters to help people know of fast-changing conditions. >> we will be saving lives by better predicting weather on the
ground and helping people get to safety when severe weather is approaching. >> 2900-pound instrument will be joined by five others aboard this satellite, which will be launched on november 16th from cape canaveral and going up into space 22,000 miles. from lockheed martin in palo alto, david louie, abc7 news. >> coming up, the latest circus so lay is coming to town. what you are start seeing today near at&t park.
>> here are the winning numbers from last night's $217 million powerball draw. no one got all six numbers so wednesday night's jackpot gross to $236 million. and the winning numbers be from last night's $49 million super lotto plus. no one got all six in that draw either so wednesday's jackpot goes up to $50 million. happening today, a big event at at&t park in san francisco. it has nothing to do with the giants. the canadian entertainment company cirque du soleil will have a new white and gold big top. that big top is in preparation for the u.s. premiere of luzea. an acrobatic walking dream of
mexico. you are watching some of the amazing highlights from that show. it runs from november 17th to january 29th. >> up next on abc7 mornings at 6:00, a police chase ends at an east bay bart station in the parking lot. why officers were in pursuit of the suspect. and what caused a commotion that led to the secret service rushing donald trump off the stage in reno?
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>> good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc7 mornings. >> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, november 6th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi carolyn. good morning to you. a lot of showers and earlier sunrise to look forward to. that happens at 6:41. right now live doppler 7 showing
all the clouds and not picking up the light rain happening in the north bay. that's because it's falling below our radar beam on top of mount st. helena. there's moisture out there with a half-mile visibility. santa rosa over a mile in half moon bay, and temperatures, with all that moisture content in the atmosphere, are a much milder or just muggy. 62 concord, 61 novato. but 66 in mountain view. there the air is dryer this the south bay. we are looking at less of a temperature increase. so all in all starting out with cloudy skies, maybe some showers in the north bay. then by noontime 50s and 60s. drying out with filtered sun and by the afternoon partly cloudy, low 60s. 70 inland that includes santa clara with where the niners are playing an evening game for the raiders. sun setting at 5:05 tonight. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. we begin with developing news out of san francisco. police are investigating t