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p, you can see the moisture heading towards sacramento. this will bring thunderstorms to the tahoe area. but as that moves east, the marine layer strengthens and so we'll see clouds at the coast pull back by the afternoon. warm and sunny conditions by the afternoon. we'll see low 90s inland. low 80s around the bay and 60s at the coast. should be pretty clear for the most part for sunset. and cooler numbers finally and drier air for tomorrow. chris? >> thank you. this morning, investigators want the know how two murder suspects from chicago ended up here in the bay area. northwestern university professor, wyndham lathem and university of oxford employee andrew warren are accused of killing a 26-year-old man. they have been on the run for more than a week, but u.s. marshals caught both of them last night in oakland. leslie brinkley has more. >> u.s. marshals say 42-year-old
wyndham lathem surroundered before 8:00 andrew warren survey runded around the same time. >> he was taken without incident and turned himself in and we confirmed he was wanted. >> chicago police had been searching for th men since last thursday night. that's when the 26-year-old man was found stabbed to death in lathem's luxury apartment. >> this place is very safe. i've been here 14 years. >> police say the men appeared to have live nd the apartment together. lathem was an associate professor at northwestern university. >> i had him give a talk and he seemed like a normal guy. >> police say he put together a video
he sent to family and friends which hey then shared with with u.s. marshals. they're not releasing the video because it's part of the investigation. i'm leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. >> and the abc 7 new app sent out a push alert moments after it was confirmed. you can be the first to know when breaking news happens. download the app and enable push alerts. our unusual rain and humidity has been causing problems on the streets. construction crews in san francisco said their newly paved concrete drys slower in muggy conditions. and at the salon, there's a whole different issue. >> especially in the last few day, people are are like what's going on. my hair is just going crazy. >> storm also brought lightning thursday night and just to be safe, fire lookout towers on mt. tam and marin county are staffed. now to the desert southwest after one person is missing being swept waway by a flash flood on the las vegas strip. video shows how deep the water was. take a look at this.
fire crew rescued seven people. monsoon rain is being blamed for the flood. heavier rain from the same pm sent a wall of mud and debris streaming through the arizona desert. it crushed a temporary camp site. a chopper crew from a phoenix tv station alerted the campers to the coming flood by flying low and circling the camp. they got out in time and no one was hurt. clean up is underway in los aung county after flash flooding there. you can see the damage to homes and businesses. cars became stranded, forcing dramatic rescues. some streets remain flooded, but the water rs now much calmer. you can stay on top of the weather where you live with the abc 7 accuweather app. just search accuweather in your app store to download. time is 8:04. to the detwiler fire that destroyed 63 homes near yosem e yosemite. cal fire says it was sparked by gunfire. a $2,000 reward is being offer ued to find whoever was
reasonable. the fire started on july 16th and has burned 81,000 acres. containment is at 97%. this morning, the remain of a marine are back home after a tragic accident. a memorial service is schedule ed in petaluma today for 23-year-old marine corporal skyler james. who died after he was struck by lightning last month in north carolina. it happened while he worked as an aviation mechanic. last night, friends and family gathered to pay tribute. american legion and patriot guard riders were inside the terminal as the marine master sergeant care ryued the ashes of the 23-year-old petaluma high school graduate. family members say he enlisted in the marines in 2014. >> when ever i would talk to him, he was like mom, it's just a mechanic. they told me he excelled at an exceptional rate and the morning this happened, he was promoted to lead mechanic on the osprey,
i don't know the technical words, but he never bragged about it. >> for the four days skyler was there before he was pronounced brain dead, there was a vigil of his marine brothers and sisters that were there costantly. the marines really mean it when they say they're family and they took such good care of robin. >> a motorcade lead by riders and local law enforcement headed to the coast guard training center in pet aluma. some might call him a hero, but a ferry captain says he happened to be in the right place at the right time to rescue ten people from a sunken boat. cell phone video shows the damage 31 foot pleasure boat thursday night. it hit a rock and sent out a distress call. the captain said he got the call and sped to the rescue. >> as we got there, the boat had started taking on enough water to the point where we got everybody off. they were very happy.
after we got them on board, everybody was happy and cheered and it was a great feeling. >> the passengers were taken to pier 33. the good news, no injuries to report. a central valley woman is in the hospital after surviving on insects and water from a cow trough for more than two weeks. she crashed her car on july 17th. after the crash, she was nowhere to be found. until yesterday morning. abc 7 news anchor ana dates has the story. >> a teacher has been found alive weeks after she crashed her car and disappeared. search volunteers found her near a fence less than a mile away from the july 17th crash site. >> i did not wake up this mrning thinking that i would find jamie and it's a miracle we did. volunteers decided to come back to the original site and look around one last time. that's when search crews spotted something unusual.
>> something out of the ordinary. it looked like a set of knees. i'm like, boy, you know, all of a sudden, that's her. so we got out, i wonder if she's alive, then she said, i'm alive. >> the sheriff says she was severely sunburned, dehydrated and malnourished, but didn't want to be rescued. >> we were treating her here, talking about getting her to the hospital and such and she didn't want anything to do with that. she just wanted food and water and let her go. >> she survived by eating insects and drinking water from a nearby cow trough. she was air lifted to the hospital. officials say she had been b struggling with emotional issues prior to the crash. she'll be released to relatives after making a recovery. teachers aren't the only ones who make an impact. happening today, the diablo is looking for bus driver trainees,
special education support, classroom assistants and more. you can apply at the district office in concord today between 9:00 and noon. qualified candidates may be hired the same day. new this morning, oakland a's outfielder, matt joyce is accused of using an anti gay slur at last night's game against the angels. our sister network espn reports swrois got into an argument with a fan during the eighth inning. just moments before he hit a grounder, but couldn't make it to first base. a photographer said he walked back to the dugout, shouted several profanities a at a fan and challenged him to a fight. joyce says the fan yelled some vulgar words at him and he retaliated in the heat of the moment. it's unclear if his postgame comment was in response to the confrontation in general or the alleged use of the slur. today, rival high school football teams will come together to support an east bay teenager and his family.
jake javier break his neck when he fell into a pool last year. the football player was paralyzed the day before his graduation from san ramon valley high school. former de la salle football coach has organized a charity game for his family. the game begins at 4:00 this afternoon on the football field. time now is 8:10. frances is tracking the cloud cover this morning. >> yeah, it is causing flight arrival delays at sfo by about half an hour. you can see some of the fog has return ed to the bay area, spilling over the east bay hills. that means slightly cooler numbers for some neighborhoods. i'll have the detailing coming up. >> also, new details about a standoff earlier this week in san francisco. why plolice were at the home nearly two weeks ago. also, the bizarre
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shots fired call near 15th and beaver then got into a 14-hour standoff with the man. sources say he killed his mother. for now, the suspect is recovering from a self-inflicted gun shot wound. happening today, family members of a man shot and killed by police are demanding action. back in march, police killed a 26-year-old man after they say he threatened them with a gun, but family says he was unarmed and only wearing swim trunks at the time. his parents called police because they were concerned for his mental well being. family members will share more details about the lawsuit today at noon at city hall. extra police officers are out at san francisco's delores park after a triple shooting. the police department tweeted this picture saying mission station officers are working to keep tpark safe police are looking to identify at least five in connection with the
shoot iing that happened on the bridge off church street on thursday. one victim remains in critical condition. time is 8:14. >> b.a.r.t. has playfully responded to a tweet from a rider. we're not making this up. he was shaving and eating a sloppy bowl of oatmeal. >> once the train starts going, you can see it sloshing around. this is some of the craziest behavior i've seen on b.a.r. he one ups it antd pulls out a shaver. goes to town, takeing care of business. >> they tweeted out a limerick in response. it says shave on b.a.r.t. is disgusting. your social media skills beg for adjusting. as food makes a mess and causes distress, the people around you are judging. time is 8:15. are you looking for a new feline
friend? an animal shelter in the south bay has so many cats and kittens their giving them away. >> richard is adopting a kitten and there's a special reason why. >> i was adopted and i think adoption is an amazing thing and i always think that it's good to pay it forward. and you know i wasn't adopted, i wouldn't have a home, so i want to give the cat the same opportunity. >> it's been a particularly busy kitten season, there are more than 300 cats and kittens at the shelter. >> we love all of our animals here. we want to help them. we have totally overwhelmed with our cats and kittens, so we'll take all the help we can get. >> help in the form of taking one home to a loving family. if their cute little faces don't seal the deal. they're on sale. adult cats are free and kittens just $10. >> they're also desperate for foster homes.
>> they need to get into a place that can give them individual tlc. >> christina is an advocate and points people to the page, save a kitten save jose. >> it is a commitment of time and emotion, particularly love. in the end, your house shrinks and heart ek up and downs. >> for more information, go to abc7news.com for a link to the program. happening today, strict parking restrictions go into effect on the golden gate bridge. starting this weekend, parking will be prohibited on both ends, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on saturdays and sundays this month. it's to improve traffic flow across the span by mitigating the back ups that happen as drivers wait for space to be open. new this morning, a new study in marin county finds much of simpson beach will be under
water by the end of t t t t the m climate change is to blame. they predict a three foot increase in sea level between 2050 and 2100. this will affect waterfront homes an roads including the shoreline freeway. they say restoring wetlands and oyster reefs in the area could protect the shoreline. the santa clara county fair is one of the shortest in the state. just four days long and this is the only weekend to catch it and after rough spots caused by the 2008 crisis, it's now on the comeback trail, but as david lui shows us, the fair's future could be determined sometime soon. >> it's a place to compete for ribbons and rides. and urging silicon valley to get acquainted with animals.
>> they may be the biggest attraction because you think about how many urban kids never, ever see a farm animal. especially a large one. >> 5-year-old ellie has a cat that loves this pig. >> how much do you like petting the animals? >> a lot. i like it 100%. >> do you get to do this often? >> no, only when the fair happens. >> but the fair's future is on the line. the attendance has shrunk. 40,000 last year compared to $250,000 in the 1970s. and the four-day run is expected to lose up to $200,000. other events held will off set that. the county is considering proposals to redevelop the site with or without the fair. >> i want to say to my grandchildren, i used to go. what's a fair, it's part of history. it should be part of us always. >> it hasn't lost its relevance. quiltmakers have other places to show their work, but for young
4-h clubbers, this is their showcase. >> when you're here and you're giving that outreach to them, it's really, really important and it's something the public shouldn't lose. >> they believe the fairs won't disappear. >> i think people have an inner desire to see animals and produce and things that people make. things that bring ties to the land. >> in san jose, david lui, abc 7 news. good morning. i want to start u off with live doppler 7 overlayed with a satellite image. you see this unusual weather pattern. that moisture monsoonal moisture is moving east and will bring thunderstorms to tahoe this weekend and notice it's wrapping around this area of low pressure also bringing some thunderstorms and lightning strikes off the coast. as you zoom in tighter, the high clouds are moving east, but we also have the marine lair influencing the bay area, so we're going to see cooler
weather as well and some moisture off the coast. we have measurable rain on parts of the north bay coast. here's a look over the marine layer. temperatures are on the cooler side compared to 24 hours yesterday at this time, much milder. san francisco, 59. oakland, 62. mountain view, 65. gilroy, 64 and half moon bay, 58 degrees. this time, we're looking mt. tam. partly clear conditions now, and santa rosa, 57 a, so this is more comfortable and not as muggy, but still mild. livermore, 66. this time, we're looking out towards the bay bridge and low clouds and gray sky, but we'll see sunny skies this afternoon. so, we have lingering humidity this morning. but then drier air for the rest of the weekend and then we'll' that typical summertime pattern with fog at the coast, sunshine in the inland areas. here's the animation forecast.
so 9:00 this morning, notice the clouds still continue to wrap around and head east then at the coast, we'll see the moisture push in with the marine layer bringing us cooler numbers there along the beaches, so, in half moon bay, 65 degrees. san francisco, 69 degrees. and in oakland, a comfortable 74. look for a low 80s through the south bay. still warm in the inland areas though hitting the low 90s this afternoon. lot of fun events today. one is at the sonoma county fair and a mild start at 11:00 this morning with those clouds breaking through by the afternoon. sunshine are warm conditions upper 80s then things will cool down with with the return of the marine layer dropping to 58 degrees by 11:00. also for those of you heading to the south bay, the santa clara county fair, a warm start as well hitting the mid-80s. then still pretty mild although cooler at 11:00 p.m. it will be about 70 degrees. overnight lows, much more
comfortable with that marine influence, so we'll see more 50s out there. san francisco, 55, oakland, 59, but still mild in some inland areas and in the south bay. low 60s for you tonight, but other areas around the bay, you can open up the windows and feel that welcome return of the sea breeze. so, here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. muggy and mild conditions this morning. temperatures inland will be in the low 90s and 60s at the coast, then we return to typical summertime pattern tomorrow. overnight fog tomorrow morning, but sunshine in the afternoon. through the rest of the week, inland numbers will be in the 90s. in the bay, mid-70s to near 80 and 60s along the coast, so frizz free hair starting tomorrow. >> yesterday, i'm hot mess. had to put more product in my hair this morning, so make it go away. >> this afternoon, it will start to change. >> thank you. just ahead, the
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it's half past the hour on this saturday morning. cloudy conditions to start the weekend. here's frances. she's tracking the conditions where you live and frances, any delays at sfo? >> yeah, chris, the low clouds causing about showing you the cloud cover around the bay area, the plume of monsoonal moisture is heading east and so, it's bringing rain east of sacramento and into tahoe. we might get a little drizzle along the coast. live shots show you the mix of clear skies and also low clouds that have pulled in from the coast so, the marine layer strengthened, but it's muggy with temperatures in the 50s and 60s. by the afternoon, clouds pull back to the coast and in the late afternoon hours, it will be warm and sunny inland. low 90s there, low 80s around the bay.
60s at the coast. we have some drier weather in store and i'll tell you u about it coming up. >> we'll see you soon. this morning, president trump is waking up at his home in bedminister, new jersey. it is day one of his 17-day vacation but the russia investigation is not taking a break. "the new york times" is reporting that robert mueller's team has reached out to the white house to request records. david wright has the attorney general's reaction. >> as president trump arrived here with his family for the summer holiday, special counsel bob mueller is pressing on with the russia probe. backed up bay federal grand jury in washington. this morning, "the new york times" reports that investigators for special counsel requested documents from the white house related to former national security adviser michael flynn and questioned whether the turkish government secretly paid flynn for lobbying
work. flynn declined to comment. meanwhile, the p president is looking to stop leaks. especially after transcripts of two of his private phone calls with world leaders were leaked this week. >> these cases through investigative prosecutors are never easy, but cases will be made and leakers will be b held account bable. >> attorney general jeff sessions has commissioned a new fbi unit to investigate leaks. >> and i have this warning for would be leakers. don't do it. >> while no one would begrudge the president with the white house calls a working vacation, it's worth noting how frequently trump denigrated his predecessor for taking time off. >> if you're at the white house and you have so much work to do, why do you fly so, why do you leave so much? >> although this is trump's first full vacation, he's already made 12 trips to his own resort including seven to mar-a-lago and five to bedminister.
david wright, abc news, washington. >> the president is is focusing on the economy. in his weekly address, he said his administration is introducing a tax plan to create more jobs. he says the proposal will bring factories back to the states also an immigration bill proposed this week would create a merit based green card system. president trump said it would stop immigrants from abusing the welfare system. >> you not get welfare for five years when you come into our country. you can't just come in like past weeks, years and decades, you come in immediately start to get up welfare. >> the president also highlighted this week's stock market. the dow jones industrial average reached an all time high on wednesday breaking 22,000 points. time now 8:24 34. thousands of students will return to school this fall
equipped with the tools they need the succeed. the salvation army is putting on its back to school carnival. they are passing out free backpacks to 16,000 low income children this year. those backpacks are filled with notebooks, paper and pencils. families had to sign up in advance for the program. in san matteo, the samaritan house the distributing backpacks today. about 900 children will pick up their gear at 10:00 this morning. it's not too late to donate. they need more clothes for kids between the ages of 6 and 17. donations can be dropped off on the third floor of the office on pacific boulevard. and more school supplies are on the way in the south bay, dozens of volunteers will stuff backpacks today in san jose. supplies will be handed out to 3,000 kids next friday. parents previously waited in long lines to register. a study found that the average parent spends more than $600 on school supplies for elementary school student, it goes up to 1,000 for middle schoolers and
nearly $1500 for high school students. dreaming of riches. duelling lottery jackpots will have many people buying lottery tickets with more than $600 million out there in two megajackpots. and with no winner last night, those prizes keep growing. adrian banker has the details. >> an epic weekend in lot toe lato land. more than half a billion dollars on the line. >> 25 followed by 17. >> these are the winning numbers for the megamillions this morning. there were no jackpot winners in last night's draw. that price now grows to a whopping 346 million. >> 6, 4, 10 and 12. >> up for the taking for the next drawing tuesday and tonight, the power balllottery. $286 million are up for grab or a lump sum of 178 million. >> if you don't play, you don't win. you have to try it. >> people across the country
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the san jose earthquakes are hosting their annual a and w root beer float night. if you go, you might get a scoop from matt, he's volunteering at the fund-raiser today. donations benefit the positive coaching alliance. a group that mentors young athletes. the quakes will bring out the ice cream at 5:30 tonight. the game begins at 7:30. looks like a fun time. >> a perfect day for ice cream in the south bay. they'll get lots of sunshine this afternoon and warm numbers in the 80s as well and also, we are tedealing with low clouds causing flight arrival delays, but there's some changes, we have drier air coming our way. >> also ahead, play iing with t pros. steph curry tries to make the steph curry tries to make the cut in ♪ ♪ isaac hou has mastered gravity defying moves to amaze his audience.
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good morning. time right now is 8:44 on your saturday. welcome back to abc 7 mornings. we're taking a live look outside from our golden gate bridge camera. drivers fight iing the fog as ty make their way in and out of san francisco. we'll get a check of the full forecast from frances coming up. happening today, 49ers faithful will be able to watch their team in action. they're hosting an open practice. it's the first chance fans have to see the team during training camp. it will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
tickets are only $5 and it includes free food and beverages including hamburgers, hot dogs and pizza. proceeds benefit the 49ers foundation. the giants are holding a 20th anniversary team reunion to honor the 1997 nationl league west champs. many credit that team for turning the franchise around. it starts at 5:30 at at&t park. also today, the giants take on the diamondbacks at 6:05. the a's are in anaheim to face the angels at 6:07. stefh curry added to his list of accolades. well, we know steph curry is a phenomenal athlete especially on the basketball court and his other passion is golf. he found out yesterday he's not quite ready for the web.com tour just yet. he started the day 4 over and bogeyed four of the first nine holes for a 39 on the front nine. he was spraying his driver
everywhere. he ended the day with another 74, two birdies and six bogeys. missed the cut, finished 148th in the 156 man field. it's always fun to challenge yourself against athletes from other sports. he was just having fun being a part of the tournament and brought twice the normal amount of fans to the event. >> when you don't know what to expect going in, it's hard to set expectations and after how yesterday went, i'm proud of backing that up with another solid round because it could have gone either way. it could have been all those 80, 90 talks going into the tournament, but proud that like i said, having consistent effort for 36 holes an kind of getting my feet wet. >> a lot of fun for everyone. after splitting a four-game set with the aids, thal hosted the a's last night. always try to go at least one game with your best friend. paul hit three homers friday
night. mad bum bare keeps them in the park. arizona with a 2-1 lead. bottom six. scary moment for bell. clocked above the ear by anthony. belt had nowhere to go and it him him square. he missed 46 games in 2014. 15 in 2015 with concussions, this could be a stint on the dl and d backs will hold on for a 2-1 victory. a's hit the road to face the angels in southern cal. matt chapman excited to play in front of his friends an family. knocks a two-run homer over the left field wall, his family, going nuts. bottom 7, a's bull pen implodes again. trying to knot it at six. still tied. now two out. now escobar with a slow roll and chapman can't handle it an
revere score, 7-6 angels and an 8-6 victory. track and field championships in london and usain bolt is running his final race as a pro. his first heat ran a 10.07 on cruise control. the only sprinter better to win three straight golds setting world records in all three events, he's an 11-time world champion, simply the best. that's the way the ball bounces. i'll see you tonight at 5:00. i'm mike shumann, have a great day. all right, good morning. live doppler 7 overlays with the satellite images shows you the air flow of this unusual pattern. so, this monsoonal moisture is moving east bringing rain towards sacramento an thunderstorms possibly in the tahoe area. some lightning strikes off the coast as well. now, with this, we've got cloud cover, some high clouds passing through as well as the marine layer pushing into the bay. so this unusual pattern will
start to change today. live shots of golden gate bridge just socked in right there in san francisco. but you'll notice this much cooler and you'll feel that marine air return. san francisco, 59, oakland, 62. mountain view, 62. half moon bay has limbed viz bability at 58 degrees. this time, we're looking live from mt. tam and you see a mix of cloud, even clear conditions. santa rosa and napa, 60s. concord has been mild at 67, so it is still feeling pretty muggy. as we look from emoryville out towards the bay bridge and the low, gray skies moving over san francisco. the lingering humidity will continue during the morning hour, but then we have drier air the rest of the weekend, which means we'll see the typical summertime pattern. fok at the coast overnight in the morning then sunshine inland and by the afternoon, the clouds
clear back. heers here's a look at forecast animation. so, the moisture is moving east and that is bringing some of the wet weather towards tahoe . at the same time as it wraps around this way, we're going to get the northwest marine influence especially along the coast where temperatures will be cooler in the 60s. highs today will range from 60s to 90s, so low 90s in morgan hill, gilroy. sunnyvale at 80 degrees. we'll see low 80s, but at the coast, it's going to be cloudier there. 65 in half moon bay 63 in pacifica and cloudier conditions the closer you are to the beach and inland in some of the north bay neighborhood, we'll see upper 80s to even some 90s. lake port, 96. son many, 4. t-sht and shorts weather in the eas bay. 70s to near 80 for you. 77 in hayward with plenty of sunshine and some low 90s, warm
in the interior valleys as well. low 90s through pleasonton and livermore. if you're headed to the giant's game tonight, temperatures will start to drop down. it will be breezy. mid-60s dropping to near 60s. now, the clouds return overnight and so, we'll see cool numbers. 50s around the bay and along the coast, but still hanging on to some 60s in san matteo overnight and in the south bay. still mild in antioch, mid-60s there and the accuweather forecast shows we've got muggy conditions and mild conditions during the morning hours, but then we've got the typical pattern starting tomorrow with 90s inland and 60s at the coast. >> so just another summer in the bay area. >> yes. >> right. all right. some bay area high school students are working hard this summer to become the next leaders in the medical field. they graduate from their program
and they're so incredibly smart. kate larson has the story from zuckerberg san francisco general hospital. >> at 16 years old, luis is already assisting at zuckerberg san francisco general translating for dr. elizabeth murphy in a diabetes clinic today. >> they look at it, they just -- any sort of medication for it. >> he is one of 15 incoming seniors from public high schools in san francisco and the east bay chosen for this summer's junior academy upon sored by the ucsf trauma institute. >> it gives these kids a really early exposure to the medical field. all parts. not just being a physician. >> i saw within the medical field i'm able to help others and that's my main concern. >> he goes to richmond high school and for the past eight weeks has been taking b.a.r.t. into san francisco for the program. his own father has diabetes and he says through his experience,
he's been inspired to help and give back. >> i've seen the type of community that i come from and they need a lot of help. >> the students are aspiring leaders and people who can affect change. >> robert is director of the program which takes the students everywhere providing unique opportunities to the students. many of whom will be the first in their families to attend college. >> although they may not have all the resources, they do have the ability. >> i am loving it. it's great. >> luis hopes to pursue a career in physical therapy. coming up,
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a police officer came through for a 6-year-old boy whose bike was stolen. the officer has become familiar with the family. he learned evan had his bike stolen, so the officer told colleagues, one of them said he had a bike his kids had grown out of, so after a little soap and water and new helmet, the bike was given to evan, who wore a lego police shirt for the occasion. great to see. surfers step aside. today, the dogs are riding the wav waves. they'll compete in second annual world dog surfing competition. there are several categories,
heats for small, medium and large dogs and the top dog final. you don't need a dog in the race to join in on the fun. anyone can watch for free. isn't that cool? >> pretty cool. >> those dogs are bet r bet r do. >> we've got a raise in temperatures now. finally cool at the coast, upper 50s in san francisco and half moon bay, but wow, still warm in antioch. 73 degrees right now. highs today will range. it will be mild and cloud iier the coast with the marine influence. 69 in san francisco. but nice in the east bay, 74 in yo oakland. still warm in the inland areas. low 90s. overnight lows will be b much cooler tonight with the fog returning then we have a very typical summertime pattern returning tomorrow with the drier air and frizz free hair. >> looks can be deceive iing wi
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