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good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm chris nice. . let's start with a look at the forecast. here is your meteorologistin ou comfortable temperatures in the 50s and not much in the way of fog right now. things change though. the on shore flow will bring low clouds on fog throughout the day later on. but right now it's in the 40s in santa rosa. dropped another degree. 44 there. 48 in san ramon. 56 in san jose. we do have a fire weather watch in effect for late tonight through monday afternoon. so the winds are going to switch to an offshore component. north and east bay hills once again gusty winds out ut of the northeast up to 50 miles an hour dropping the relative humidity to 5 and 10%. but right now we are warm up throughout the morning hours by noontime 60s and mid-seventies inland with coastal clouds. the sea breeze in the afternoon six at the coast. 70s around the bay. mid-80s inland but the fog it's not sticking around. i'll have details on that
offshore wind event coming up in a few e. >> t ticking at search and rescuer crews work to find survivors in the devastation left by hurricane mikayla. at least 14 are deed. 200 ricked and 1.6 million homes and businesses remain without power. the hurricane leveled entire communities in florida, georgia and the carolinas. hitting florida's panama city and mexico beaches the hardest. emily hanson and her mother were shocked by what they saw. >> it was devastating. everybody we know lost their house. everybody. and our jobs. >> first responders have checked at least 25,000 homes and buildings. med share based in san lendro is getting supplies ready to help with hurricane relief. the organization is waiting to hear from any bay area doctors and nurses getting ready to deploy to florida. med share will give them 10 oh pounds of medical supplies to take. med share reached out to partners in florida and are waiting to hear back about what
they need. if you'd like to help people impacted by hurricane michael, you can donate the american red cross texting the word michael to 90999 so send $10. time now is $6:02. new details. facebook reveals about the massive cyber hack. the social media company says the hack impacted nearly 29 million users, not 50 million as the company originally feared. but hackers did get a lot of personal information, including phone numbers, search histories, and details about users 'recent locations. this hacks has many asking are there better ways to protect information. one local company is using an old school novelty item to beat the hackers. abc 7 news reporter fordson has more. >> there is a who whole lot of love on haight street. but nothing says 60s like a classic lava lamp. >> i think they've been looked cool. >> they are hard to find niece days. but you can't miss them at cloud
flaer. it's a farout sight, right. the lava lamps do more than setting a vibe here at cloud flaer. they're also helping to encrypt the internet. >> cloudflare bills itself as a front line website keeping websites secure. a hot button issue since the massive facebook hack compromising the information of millions. >> if you can't trust them then you ruin the point of facebook at which point why do we use facebook. >> so could facebook or any website use this 1963 invention to help in the future? >> it's hard to really connect them with internet security. one of the major pieces of internet security is encryption. >> most websites have a little lock indicating that it's enkipted. >> how the lava lamps play into this is to do encryption you need to derive a key. >> the keys need to be unpredictable. cloudflare uses this camera to record the randomness of the
lava and turns it into their keys. while looking cool, at the same time. >> they're nice addition to the lobby. >> abc 7 news. facebook has already secured the accounts that were impacted. but it's still in the process of notifying people. if you are impacted, you should see a message on juror are your news feed in the next few day pps but if you don't want to wait head over to abc7news.com on instructions how to find out now. san francisco police arrested 41 hotel workers including the you know yn president at a rally outside of the marriott marquis. hundreds rallied and fourth street yesterday blocking traffic. 3,000 bay area marriott workers went on strike last week demanding higher wages and job security. it's part of a nationwide protects. the workers arrested were cited with misdemeanors and then released. abc 7 news is committed to building a better bare. devoting time resources and
reporting to issues affecting quality of like development. in san francisco salesforce tower and millennium tower have led to the transsknsuction krend like those at mccataract you are b.a.r.t. transit village and we saw plans for a 17-story office tower kruse from the plaza dekrez ar chavez as a century old foundry makes way to prepare for google transit village next to the diridon station. our reporter takes us inside the kearney pattern works and foundry. >> reporter: the foundry opened in 1919 and one of the last remaining of its kind in the bay area. >> you'd have a brass cover for a -- for a headline. >> reporter: every machine, mold, every moment in the last 100 years has made kearney pattern works and foundry the san jose staple it is today. the once booming business survived relentless shifts in the economic landscape of the santa clara valley.
dubbed silicon value in the 70s. >> back in those days when i came here, this whole street was nothing but industry. >> reporter: in 1999 abc 7 news was there at last cans rolled off the assembly line at the del monte cannery in san jose. an early sign of what was to come. over the years work at the foundry reflected what was happening in bay area industry. workers provided parts and services to packing firms, wineries, for war support and more. the foundry officially closed in august and should be empty by march. >> to be honest with you, i see a lot of changing lifestyle. >> reporter: in san jose an ever changing skyline to match. the operation wagners grandfather launched a century ago ends with wagner. >> this is the end of my working life. i'm not going to it try and do anything else. >> reporter: in san jose, amanda del castillo, abc 7 news. we hope you join the conversation use the hashtag
better bay area to share ideas about how equipment development makes an impact where you liver. together we can make progress on building a better bay area. . the time is 6:06 you'll have another shot at a huge megamillions jackpot next we can. noek nobody marched the numbers last night so ds it ttds's jackpot stemted a the $654 million. last night winning numbery 4, 24, 46, 61, 70 and the meganumber was 7. abc 7 news was at earney also liquor where a winning ticket was sold july. and a group of wells fargo employees split the jackpot and went back to work. customers at earneys hope the luck hasn't run out. >> he rucky. i'm checking him out see if that luck rub off on me. >> tuesday's $$654 million jackpot is expected to be the second largest megamillions prize ever. all the things you could to with that money. >> um-hum, yeah. well once again we are starting a warm weather pattern later on
today. we have the warm weather need yesterday a interruption today. a bit of fog. 40s and 50s right now. 55 in oakland and in the 40s in santa rosa. we get cooling at the shoreline. still warm inland. and then boy the winds kick up, another offshore event. details moments away. >> lisa thanks. the rope is strichd at thin as it goes. a shortage of air traffic controllers reaches a crisis point. the i-team's dan noyes investigate how stachg issues could affect flyingen. a viral individual of a struck trying to navigate a restricted area. the would you take a 3-year-old for 57 days? >> no. >> next "right this mi
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the time right now is 6:11. thanks for waking up with us. we are looking live outside from the abc 7 roof camera pointed at the exploratorium this morning. lisa returns with the full accuweather forecasts to help you plan your weekend come up. this is a matter of life and death you need people qualified in that tower. > a warning from a bay area congressman about the shortage of air traffic controllers at sfo. and the potential impact on safety for anyone who flies. dan noyes has the i-team investigate. >> the story startwood a tip from a woman living in the flight path near sfo. she is worry after a chance meeting with an air traffic controller who said he is overworked, tired and stressed. she askede to investigate.
1,400 flights took off or landed at san francisco substantial just today. even with all the technology and the in the cockpits and control tower there is room for human error. >> where is this guy going. >> july of last year it took a pilot on the ground to figure out an air canada flight was about to land on a taxiway where planes waited instead of the assigned runway. >> he is on the taxiway. >> at the last possible moment the air canada pilot realized the mistake and aborted the landing missing planes on the ground by a few feet. you can ee o see the air canada jet light them up. >> the air canada flu directly over us. >> i saw that guys. >> we came within 0 feet of having america's greatest air disaster. >> federal investigator place blame acquirely on the air canada pilots but the airline countered only one air traffic controller was on duty at the time. controlling everything on the airport he was likely overtasked. a second controller was on
break. air canada claims there was a control threat at sfo. east bay congressman mark desaunier serving on the house transportation committee is concerned about the shortage of air traffic controllers. staffing is at a 30-year low across the country. >> it takes a tragedy too oft ton say no we have to fix this. i don't think we should wait for tragedy. >> but union president for san francisco international's trar air traffic controllers tells me they have only 20 of 30 slots filled. >> the rope is at thin as it's going to go. >> controllers are working over-the-and six days. >> we are working later hours in the evening. early in the morning. people cover schedules across the 24-hour clock. and they're do it on six day weeks it's burning people out. >> same problem petition oakland air route traffic control center that covers 10% of the earth's surface. including the entire pacific ocean. they have just 165 controllers out ut of 220 and takes years to train a controller >> if it takes four years to
train somebody they should be hiring my replacement today. they're hiring the replacement for the person leaving two years ago. >> oakland centers union president scott condi tells me air traffic controllers are professional who never put the public at risk. if the controller is too busy due to staffing shortages any slowdown the air traffic. >> we ensure the system is safe by metering the traffic. and you will see air traffic control delays. that becomes more prevailant as you have staffing shortages across the country. >> and then you start pressing limits of fatigue. you are -- you have something to worry about. >> abc news aviation consultant told me from a seattle office that long hours of over-the-from staff shortages can take a toll. >> you can have a controller who slowed everything down because he or she is getting tired, but now an emergency occurs and can that controller think as fast as needed? that's where fatigue comes into it. >> just last week several of mark desaunier's measures to
prevent runway accidents were signed into law. now he turns to controller shortage and the risk that presents. >> we have to make sure we have the best people and particularly in the high cost areas there has to be a differential because of the cost of living. we try to do that in congress. but we need more people more qualified people in those towers as soon as possible. >> the fa. a declined an on camera interview but sent of a email saying they have made gains in hiring new controller and upgraded the program to help trainees become more certified more quickly. i'm posting the full statement along with more information and links on this issue if you'd like to go deeper at abc7news.com. now to a dramatic crash north of santa rosa, the video shows a semi truck trying to navigate a restricted road. you can see it flips off the road down the hillside. happening on state route 175 between hopland and lake port an areas that the crashes keep happening. here is our reporter wayne friedman. >> reporter: this is the video
thiral that had the driver been killed or injured might have qualified him for the darwin awards. watch as this semi truck fails to make the turn on route 175 east of the california highway patrol tells us they cited the driver of the oversized rig for ignoring the many warning signs on a restricted roadway. >> he stated he saw a few of them and just figured he would take his luck and see what he could make out of it. >> reporter: here is his answer still on its side 100 feet down the ravine forcing a future closure much at least one day to retrieve it. this construction crew recorded yesterday's video. they did tell us they warned the driver to turn around. he did not. caltrans knows the tril. >> his trailer the went off the berm and the trailer bulled him over. >> had this been a one-time event it might be easy to dismiss. locals seeing the video know better. >> icy saw it yesterday. >> what did you think.
>> i said here goes another one. >> last january the same scenario in this case a wine truck at the same turn that closed the same hopland grade for two days. caltrans and the highway patrol say this road would still be restricted even at two lanes. do you think you'll see this again? >> oh, 100%. we could probably put a sign every two or three feet and heck we could put a video of this truck going over the cliff you know on loop. and we'd still see this again. >> truckers, beware. on route 175 west of hopland, wayne friedman, abc 7 news. fremont street near the salesforce transit center on schedule to reopen next wednesday. we've been told the work to stabilize fremont street is now done. show who shoring work has been completed on the two levels two weeks since a cracked beam forced the closure of the transit center and fremont street. crews are sbekt expected to continue working over the weekend. >> announcer: now the accuweather forecast with lisa
argen. hi, everyone. saturday morning waking up to cool and comfortable conditions much like you expect in the morning hours. here a live doppler 7 look. very little fog waking up to 40s and 50s. in fact pretty school along the coast and also in the north bay. last check 47 half moon bay. 46 in novato. 44 santa rosa. 55 in oakland with 52 down in fremont. upper elevation winds are offshore. but we have an on shore component today. so that's going to be a cool coast. and a little bit of fog comes back into play later on today are tonight. the fog is back allowing for breezier conditions at beaches. we'll warm up tomorrow into monday. we have elevated fire danger with low relative humidity gusty northeast winds. once again we watch that for you as the temperatures really soar tomorrow. so today will be warm inland as well pl but look being at winds midnight tonight here they come from the sierra nevada into calistoga looking at 23 miles an hour gusts there.
this time tomorrow we have 25 to 30 miles an hour gusts north and east bay hills. by 11:00 sunday morning yes we are very breezy. and the winds are coming out of the northeast right on through the afternoon on sunday. it's an offshore event and winds get gustier by sunday night. 30 to 40 miles an hour winds. and the temperatures are going to be high. the relative humidity drops and then into 3:00 monday morning this is just like a week ago. very little change. finally by afternoon monday the winds lighten up. but -- accompanying the winds will be the relative humidity starting out as high as it's getting. which is not that high by midnight 59% in pet lam. and look at 2:00 in the afternoon. we're dropping to 10%. from antioch livermore, san ramon 13%. we continue to dry out the atmosphere early in the morning on monday remember we should have the up 70, 89%. only in 9% in nama. right through the afternoon we
continue the dry conditions. keep that in mind today a bit of a break out there with the fog returning. we're on coup to half moon bay later on today. 64 for the pumpkin festival. tomorrow it will be warmer at 69 degrees. a lot of sunshine but a little bit of fog for you. and if you are planning on heading over to berkeley today ucla is in town. temperatures very pleasant. 71 degrees. then you know the sun sets at 6:30. the temperatures drop quickly. upper 50s. highs today around the bay, cooler than yesterday. yesterday was 78 in san francisco. the average high is 70. so 8 degrees above average. today 68. a little breezy at the shoreline 64 half moon bay. 71 in richmond. upper 70s in fremont. we have the warm 80s inle pl livermore and morgan hill. slightly cooler around the bay and coast today with the on shore winds. i winner it would last but tomorrow it's an offshore component by about midnight that brings windy conditions in the
hills. in fact very gust were winds with temperatures warming up at least five degrees keeping us five to ten dreeing above average with 70s on the coast tomorrow. about 80 around the bay. upper 80s inland. and although we cool off a bit at the coast and around the bay we stay warm throughout the week ahead with numbers in the low 80s. either you love this weather in october or not so much. but certainly everyone should be vigilant with the fires. >> good to know be, thanks. the busy holiday shopping season is almost here. still ahead, 7ed ournds michael finney explains why more may
we are joined from new york to tell uls what's coming up from good morning america. >> good morning coming up on gm. hurricane recovery underway. the ongoing search efforts to rescue locals who weathered the hurricane at home. and the stories of some of the storms smallest survivors saved from the wreckage. plus the president boasting a week of victory as a rally in ohio. taking the stage after securing the release of an american pastor from turkey and what he says about the recent celebrity guests at the white house. and finally a consumer group demanding the recall of nearly 3 million vehicles, accusing kia and hyundai models of posing a
fire ring and how the makers react. it's coming up on gma. just october, but we're already getting a glimpse in the holiday shopping trends. a leading trade group predicts holiday sales go up more than 4%. 7 on your side michael finney has more. >> how much money do you plan to spend this gifting season? if it's more than last year, you are not alone. the national retail federation is projecting more jingle in the cash register this holiday season. according to the nrf this november and december holiday retail sales will increase about 4.5% over last year that translates to as much as $721 billion in spending just though will those two months alen. number excludes cars gas and restaurant sales. the nrf says its 2018 forecast is higher than the average annual increase of 3.9% over the past five years. analysts say strong employment,
higher wages and overall healthier economy contributing to more spending. the nrf looks at consumer credit, disposable personal income and previous monthly retail sales to gauge expectations. now we are still in october. so now is a good time to plan a budget for all of those gifts. i'm michael finney. 7 on your side. time now is 6:26 still to come on abc mornings an abc news exclusive. first lady melania trump sits down for a rare interview. and nothing is off limits. what she says about allegations about infidelity involving the president. plus scooters will return to the streets of san francisco in a streets of san francisco in a few days despite some the nature of a virus is to change. move. mutate. today, life-changing technology from abbott is helping hunt them down at their source. because the faster we can identify new viruses,
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california had the worst wildfire season on record. scientists say, our weather is becoming more extreme and we all have to be better prepared. that's why pg&e is adopting new and additional safety precautions to help us monitor and respond to dangerous weather. hi, i'm allison bagley, a meteorologist with pg&e's community wildfire safety program. we're working now, to enhance our weather forecasting capabilities, building a network of new weather stations to identify when and where extreme wildfire conditions may occur, so we can respond faster and better. we're installing cutting edge technology to provide real-time mapping and tracking of weather patterns. and we use this information in partnership with first responders and california's emergency response systems.
to learn more about the community wildfire safety program and how you can help keep your home and community safe, visit pge.com/wildfiresafety >> announcer: good morning north by backup let's get up and get going. >> announcer: thb abc 7 mornings. thanks for joining us on this saturday morning. i'm chris nice. . we finish with fire danger this weekend. thes are grass fire in solano county burned 160 acres north of vac valhalla. crews had it under control around 1:30. no one was hurt but it could be a sign what's to come. let's check in our meteorologist with a preview of the forecast. >> upper level winds are offshore right now. but win at the surface on shore. we get a bit of a breck.
. although the national weather service issued a fire weather watch for midnight through the afternoon on monday. the winds they are switching to a northeastly component. and that's drying out the atmosphere. we are looking at wind gusts of 50 miles an hour. relative humidity 5 to 10%. very much like last week. here are the gusts upper elevation, 23 miles an hour mount teebl o, 15 for mount tam. at the surface. chilly. 51 in livermore. and by 10:00 we are 65 in hayward and by 2:00 low 80s for the inland valleys low 70s for oakland. a pleasant evening but the fog comes back along the covert. 63 in san mateo. by the evening it's comfortably cool but things turn around for sunday. a look at the week ahead, and the offshore winds and details coming up a bit in a few minutes. >> lisa, thanks. we are learning more about the mysterious disappearancea "e vanished during his visit to a
saudi arabian consulate in turkey. jamal khashoggi was seen going into the consulate to obtain a marriage license on october 2nd. now a pro government turkish newspaper reports khashoggi's apple watch recorded the murder and the official haves a copy of the recording. president trump said yesterday he will soon talk with the south korean king about the khashoggi's disappearance. abc news had a rare and exclusive opportunity to interview first lady melania trump nothing was off limits. abc's reporter focusesed on issues including allegation that is president trump cheated on his wife. >> through it all she has held her tongue. >> for stormy -- >> silent when porn star stormy daniels stepped forward. silent when the white house denied the affair. silent when the president admitted to paying hush money. but now in the exclusive interview first lady melania trump is finally ready to talk. >> you did agree to this interview to your credit with no preconditions. >> correct. >> knowing that there could be some tough questions asked.
and it has been a year for you personally. you're not the first first lady to have to deal with her husband's alleged infy delts. has this put a strain on your marriage. >> it does not concern and focus of mine. i'm a mother and first lady. and i have much more important things to think about and to do. i know people like to speculate and media like to accurate is about our marriage. and circulate the gossip. but i understand the gossip sells newspapers, magazines, getting advertisers. and unfortunately we live in this kind of world today. >> have you been hurt though? >> media, what is speculating, yeah, it's not always pleasant. of course. but i know what is right and what is wrong and what is true and not true. >> though the first lady insists
she is not focused on the swirl of scandal. . it's clear he she pays attention and wasn't happy when her husband's lawyer seemed to put words in her mouth. >> she believes in her husband, knows it's for the true. i don't think there is a slight suspicion it's true. >> the next day this statement from the first lady spokesperson. i don't believe mrs. trump has ever discussed her thoughts on anything with mr. giuliani process. >> the only time you have commented publicly, your office was when rudy giuliani came pout and said your thoughts about stormy daniels's claims saying she believes in her husband he a and knows it's not true is that an accurate statement. >> i never talked to mr. giuliani. >> why did he come out and said that. >> you need to ask him. >> you mentioned you still have a good marriage. >> do do you love your husband. >> we are fine yes. it's what media speculate. it's gossip. it's not always correct stuff. >> mrs. trump also told abc's
reporter she, quote the most bullied person in the world and how that has inspired her to fight all forms of bullying, especially cyber bullying. time now the 6:34. a protest by uber drivers turned violent when one attempted to deliver a petition. happeningty company's headquarters in san francisco. wpusa.org provided this video of a driver trying to enter uber's building on market street. security guards tried to block them and then one of the protesters is tackled. yesterday's protests stem from what gig workers rising calls unfair firings of uber drivers after customers complained. >> gig workers rising supports drivers fighting against uber he is unfair deactivation policies. uber drivers don't have a voice on the job and live under constant fear -- fear of deactivation. >> yes. >> in a statement an uber spokesperson said decisions to block access to the app are made northerns with community guidelines and to maintain the safety of riders and drivers.
electric school scooter rentals rurp to san francisco on monday this comes after a judge rejected an attempt to block the city's problem. abc 7 news reporter has the story. >> scooters are coming back to san francisco on monday. >> we are exited we have 625 scooters ready. >> the san francisco mumble transportation agency issued permits to scooter company skip and scoot. >> and our approach has been to work with governments and cities to make sure the process and the programs are actually serving all members of the community. >> scooter company lime questioned whether the choice was fair. lime whose scooters are all over oakland filed a temporary restraining order against the sfmta in an attempt to halt the restraining order today. the san francisco city attorney's office says the permit program has been fair and transparent. also that san franciscan deserve scooter services safe, equitable and accountable.
in oakland a councilmember says the city is working out practices and policies that come back to the city counsel for final approval in the coming weeks. >> people using them just will throw them, leave them on the corners. >> our own abc 7 news producer took pictures of disconsidered scootners lake merritt. >> they have kick stansz people are just lazy i've never seen a brekeen one. >> an inexpensive easily accessible way to get around. >> i like to ride them and they're fun. >> that's not without speed bumps along the way. mgts skip says it's happy with the decision and focused on the the future. lime also says it's happy with be another hearing in november where the sfmta explains the process. bottom line, you can expect to see the scooters back in san francisco on monday. hopefully in the bike lane and not on the sidewalk. in san francisco, melanie wood row abc 7 news. in the south by, byrd, lime bike -- byrd, lime and skip operate in san jose. city officials say there is
nothing bon banning companies from operating there. the they stay the city council decided not to intervene while the state department of transportation prepared a permitting scheme. the fleet of bright red jump bikes lining san francisco is about to double. demand is high. the company says it's putting 250 more ebicycles on the street. it's used eight to ten times a day. still ahead on abc 7 mornings. >> i walked away and came back and wasn't there anymore. an engagement ring stolen in plain sight. this sneaky way the thief got away and the surveilance photoof the person police want to find. heading to break here a live look outside from the emeryville camera. lisa has the full accuweather forecast in a few minutes.
time right now is 6:40 on this saturday morning. we're looking live outside from the abc 7 roof kaefrm o camera. let's see where a about 30 minutes away or so from sunrise in san francisco. another warm october weekend on tap. we hope it's off to a great start for you. and lisa has the forecast in a few minutes. but first an east bay couple in the middle of planning a wedding are now searching for a stolen engagement ring. abc 7 news anchor dion lim shows us how the theft happened and who police look for. >> i was crying, couldn't stop cry zblog at just 18 and 19 years ol yessenia and her fiance
mateo are the epitome of young love. he finally proposed on their anniversary back in june after saving for months. >> i couldn't stop mileage the whole day. >> the but the smiles turned to tearsnc had ing stolen while onb at the jack in the box. >> it happened sew fast. i walked away and came back and it wasn't there anymore. >> san leandro police say this is their suspect. because of the ongoing police investigation i'm not authorized though show you the surveillance video of what happened or shoot inside the restaurant. but i can show you what happened. yessenia had a small bag containing her belongings. she put it on a share chair and woman comes buy with her jacket drapes it on the chair. the woman walks around glabing the jacket and bag and walks away. >> i was mad and scared. and i was -- i was trying to go outside and trying to find her. but i -- i was at work. i couldn't leave work.
>> while mate ho continues to pay off the ring. san leandro police say the suspect appears to have done this before. this young couple has a message for the person who took the ring. >> i just really want my ring back. it makes me sad not to have it. and i just feel like -- because i promised to take care of it. >> if you could please bring back the ring, that's all we really care about. >> yeah. >> just our symbol for our love. >> after all of this yessenia says he has learned her lesson and will never leave items unattended again. in sand leonardo an dion lim abc 7 news. >> yessenia animate o hope to get married with or without the ring. if you have information helping to identify the suspect cal the sand leonardo o police. the time is 6:42. the woman of the hourly is a argen everybody everyone wants to know the forecast this week to plan activities and warm one. >> the hoert day tomorrow. today we still have the on shore push at the surface. upper elevation winds are
offshore. that means what's to come is another warm event. we had a warm day yesterday backup right now 5 a outside in san francisco. it's in the 40s in the north bay. 56 in san jose. so a bit of a break today at the coast. with some clouds. we'll talk about how warm it's going to be and how long it lasts coming up. >> thanks. also ahead, the warrior he is close out the preseason with another game against the lakers. larry beil
the time sumit 6:45. and we are looking live outside at the golden gate bridge on this saturday morning. lisa returns with the full forecast to help you plan your weekend coming up in a few minutes. but first in spors two of the bay area college football teams in action today. army takes on san jose state at lee va stadium. kick-off at 12:30. urk watch on the sister network espn-u and cal battles ucla at memorial stadium. stanford has a bye this week. the warriors a few days away away from starting the the quest for three-peat. last night they tuned up against the laker at sapp center in san jose. larry beil has the highlights in sports. >> good morning, everybody. the warrior wrapping up the preseason against the lakers in san jose no kevin durant on lebron james no sense rinking injury before the sins season starts thursday. how about kiley dancing the
night away. steph came out firing. corner three knocks it down. and then draymond green back from the sore knee to steph turns, fire, money. curry had 16 points in the first quarter feeding damion jones here with authority. jones will start at center of the opener. kurt in play after the first quarter has an illness. exwarrior javale mcgee process. he hits it. with lebron in l.a.s in a big rivalry. kramd and james, they're only joking messing around. lakers win a battle of reserves 119-105. warriors host okc dommer brewers game one of the nlb championship series. a local burger joint promised free burgers in the brewers won. gavean 150,000 last time that happened. smile and say cheeseburgerer cheeseburgerer. clayton kershaw was serving them up like cheese berg burgers. you know it wasn't his nights when i gave up the pitch a hit
to the pitcher. he went through gave up five runs six hits dodgers badge battle downing down 6-4 in the ninth. chris taylor with a driving. lorenz of kane i zot i ain't got it jauks peterson scores. corey kanablp brewers win leave the series. the raiders play in london the first time since derick kari rook season in 2014. coach dennis allen was fired as soon as the plane touched down in the bay area. kari, relies on previous international experiences to get the most out of this week. >> you don't know until you know kind of thing. being able to rely back on what we did my rookie here and you know the two trips down to mexico, obviously that helps as well. >> what a great experience this is. i'm excited to showcase our football team with the seahawks and hopefully the people here in
london have a nice time. >> we'll see if the raiders can get with a win. 49ers play packers on monday night football on abc 7. have a great weekend everybody. i'm alreadiry beil. >> announcer: now the accuweather forecast with lisa argen. hi, everyone. 7:16, the official sunrise and the sfru from tam doesn't show fog but there is some and that play as role in the temperatures today. so we are certainly warm yesterday. today we interrupt the warming trend a bit as that on shore flow will bring temperatures down along the coast even in san francisco here is a look at santa cruz where it looked nice out there this morning. numbers in livermore 82 degrees. tomorrow warmer at 84 and notice throughout the week ahead we are still in the low 80s. and when we cool down it's really not that cool. just at around 80 degrees. we stay warm. the offshore winds the next couple days and another view of santa cruz 52. later on today, 74 at the boech are beach what a gorgeous view this morning. yesterday as 85.
today with that on shore push allowing for fog and slightly cooler numbers, certainly at the coast, although inland i should say upper echlgs elevations the flow is offshore. temperatures are warmer in the upper echlgss above 1,000 feet. this is the east bay hills camera. oakland 56, mountain view. san jose 45. morganen hill high pressure half moon at 49. and the from the exploratorium karm with clear with 46. cool. 45 in napa. mid-50s in conkor. this is sutro. and we have the low clouds and the fog returning to part of the coat and san francisco today. breezy, partly cloudy and cooler. yesterday 78 in the city. average high is. today focaing 68. so fog is back. you can see it this morning. slightly cooler and breezier and looking at the warmup tomorrow. fire weather watch from the
weather service midnight through sunday afternoon into monday with the elevated fire danger. and we will see the winds gusty in the hills. so check it out. the wind gusts beginning midnight tonight. starting in cal stog eu a and cloverdale. look out of the northeast and colors come into play. the strong winds from calistoga to clever dale through 11:00 tomorrow morning and in the east bay as well. 20 to 25 miles an hour gusts out of the northeast. at 3:00 tomorrow tomorrow ank. breezy and warm. but by the time we get to sunday, check out the winds. 30 to 40 miles an hour sonoma to napa. dry and gusty offshore winds opinion. and the relative humidity plumb et cetera. right now at 20 to 60%. usually we get the highest reading dues are during the day. but the offshore winds dry out the atmosphere. and by midnight tonight we are at 79% in oakland but through the early morning hours and the winds shift, only 12% in
concord. 8% in napa. remember the 20 to 30 to 40 miles an hour gusts, not a good combination. 29% in elbowed, the relative humidity at 7:00 monday morning. through the afternoon it's dryer throughout the north bay hills. so certainly be careful out there. and we are talking about 80 today in the south bay. warm day here. 77 in sunnia veil. 75 in redwood city. breezy winds and some fog in the sunset. 64 today. cooler downtowns. it's 78 in sonoma. near east bay looking at 73 o 4 in oakland. 76 in union city. inland the low 80s. certainly warm there with 84 in brentwood and antioch. tonight the fog is back. and temperatures cool off should be good sleeping weather, if the 50s. the accuweather seven-day forecast allowing for the temperatures to stay warm inland today. but with the winds bringing in the sea broze we'll be in the 60s at the coast.
in they are part of the hood nl segment. the wild west comes to the baifr with the 72nd grand narnl rodeio he. livestock exhibition and horse show. the two week event kicks off at the cow palace process featuring the best of the best in the competitive rode yes. team roping bull riding and barrel racing. shop for new boots or a hat at the marketplace. tickets you li now on the cow palace website. san francisco spca celebrating 150 years of serving animals and throwing a party. the cuddle me festival is saturday from 10:00 to tloerk at the headquarters on alabama street. there will be a puppy dome and cat lounge. if you find a fury friend take advantage of free adoptions. a beer garden footed trucks and paint your pet workships add. it's free but register reg strapgs is encouraged. get into the fall spirit in weekend at the 2018 half moon bay hart and pumpkin festival.
check out the volkswagen size pumpkin and the picasso of camping will sculpt them. enjoy krat, food and drink and sbrrntment. the festival runs saturday and sunday from 9:00 to 5:00 admission free. from us and partners at hood nl we hope you have a great weekend. >> 6:57 is the time and a final weather check. sunday the warmer day for the pumpkin festival even fog out there today and tonight. 68 in san francisco. 83 in concord. cooler at the contest. the seven-day forecast a fire weather watch tonight through monday. the winds turned offshore and it's getting very warm, even warm at the coast. be careful out there. >> all right thank you lisa and thanks for joining us on abc 7 mornings. always a privilege to be able to deliver the news to you. i'm chris nguyen alongside lisa argen. news continues online.
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