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betty incident. wave is breaking but also good morning. bringing the storms. it's monday, july 22nd. you see clearwater beach, florida, a lightning strike had you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather eight people injured, one in forecast. >> here is meteorologist mike nicco. >> good morning. let's take a look at what's going on. critical condition. gray along the coast. also a gma exclusive. one-on-one with scarlett a little mist at half moon bay, fog pushing into places like johansson. marvel announcing a stand-alone black widow movie. she's revealing special things petaluma. here on gma. notice the lock of clouds from mt. tam and how slow they are in a health alert. a lower screening age for the sky. marine air compressed which colorectal cancer. means fast sunshine and a warming trend for parts of the dr. ashton will be here to bay and especially inland. discuss. the end is here for the start at 54 to 63. bachelorette. we have a first look behind the even that's warmer than yesterday. we stay in the 60s at the coast scenes you don't want to miss. all coming up on gma. until 7:00. >> should be good. 74 to 85, mostly sunny around thanks, ginger. our bay and inland neighborhoods a health alert about anxiety by noon. and stress. why eating more could be a key 80 to 91 by 4:00. to reducing stress. >> i can get on board with that. 74 to 81 at 7:00. also a massive settlement in how about the commute? >> not looking so good in the the eke fax security breach. new details about the settlement ahard area. back to our sig alert on northbound 880 in the area just set this morning. as you get your day into gear, a
of tennyson. live look outside. a nice look from our roof it sounds like all lanes are blocked. initially it sounded like the camera, the embarcadero not too three middle lanes were blocked. busy. the bay bridge has traffic flowing into san francisco. we'll be right back. a solo vehicle crash and vehicle fire, we're sernding sky 7 to the scene. major delays on the northbound side of 880. i would definitely stick to mission boulevard instead and then we've got onlooker delay on the southbound side. much more on that coming up in just a few minutes. in the east bay, oakland's mayor says her office is looking into a report federal immigration agents used the city's airport to deport tens of thousands of people. >> i.c.e. chartered 1,000 flights over eight years. amy hollyfield is live at the airport this morning. amy. >> reporter: the report says 27,000 people were deported through this airport over anporo eight-year oacity a apoomnt on
whethe tnew abou. weale a the we're reminded wha complicated issue this is. the mayor says she will investigate this since this was happening in a sanctuary city. >> yes, there should be an after qualifying purchases when you apply and are approved investigation. for the hawaiian airlines world elite ma if it was against what the policy is for oakland, it should be. >> i'm an immigrant. plus, you earn miles on everyday purchases. i came here 37 years ago and i have opportunities that a lot of my fellow countrymen don't. get closer to the travels and moments you'll remember forever i came here legally but i with this special offer. understand the fight of those who didn't. need another reason? enjoy an introductory no annual fee. >> reporter: an i.c.e. spokesperson told the bay area news group they have stopped the to apply, visit hawaiianairlines.com practice, they haven't chartered a flight out of oakland since october of last year. the city is looking to see whether the city's policy to not cooperate with i.c.e. was violated. live in news. developing news in san francisco, police arrested a woman following a deadly crash that killed a man and left his wife in critical condition.
>> this is the 22-year-old suspect. police say she was driving a rented tesla when she ran a red light yesterday afternoon. a mini cooper broad-sided the tesla. the tesla spun out and hit the pedestrian in the crosswalk. police have obtained the memory chip from the tesla. tonomous mode or if she was in control of the vehicle. that will be later determined by the data that's inside the tesla. but speed was a factor. it's unknown -- it's a rental vehicle, and she took it to its limits or what occurred. >> investigators believe the tesla was going 45 miles an hour in a 25-mile-an-hour zone. the victims are identified as a couple from clovis in fresno county. they were in san francisco for an anniversary trip. abc 7 news reporter jobina fortson will have much more on this developing story coming up in our next half hour. concord police want to find the driver of this dark-colored pickup. a biker was trying to pass a car
near concord boulevard just after midnight yesterday. coming up on 6:24. the truck hit the biker after he i want to show you tuesday. was thrown from his motorcycle. 62 at half moon bay to 97 in neighbors shared surveillance video with abc 7 news. one heard the crash and ran out antioch. it gets even warmer wednesday. to try to help. wednesday and thursday will be >> i could see the other person some of our warmest temperatures, flirting with 10s was in the middle of the road around fairfield, antioch, clear not moving. people were trying to direct lake, cloverdale. traffic around and make sure mid 90s around san jose. nothing else hit him. >> the driver of the car that the motorcyclist ran into did 60s and 70s around the coast and the bay, even thursday when the stop and is cooperating with heat continues inland. authorities. in fremont a fire at the puerto rico is preparing for tesla research facility on cato road is out. what could be the largest firefighters at the scene posted protest scene. this photo on twitter last hundreds are expected to rally night. they say a small machine caught fire, but luckily no one was for the resignation of gaf nori hurt. in san francisco investigators are trying to car dough rossello over leaked figure out what sparked this fire at john mclaren park. chats. protesters have vowed to shut according to the chronicle it y rsello announced heun fore- b was the third fire in eight days. this is video from the citizen app. after 50 firefighters battled for 150 million americans
the blaze. they were able to stop the grass fire before it thenned any buildings. no one was hurt. nine people were hurt after affected by the equifax data a pickup truck hit a mountain breach. if a judge approves the lion and veered and hit an suv. settlement, it will resolve four of the people hurt have lawsuits with the f f f serious injuries including two who were not wearing their seatbelts. according to the santa rosa commission, consumer financial protection bureau. hackers gained access to the "press democrat," three of the victims were teens. systems that exposed social security numbers and other hundreds of east bay personal information. listen to this if you're neighbors turned an incident heading to central america this into a better way to build a summer. costa rica issued a nationwide better bay area. last year a white woman was warning about contaminated caught on video calling police alcohol, responsible for at least 19 deaths in the country. on two black men barbecuing by officials say the deaths lake merritt in an area where happened within the last few it's not allowed. weeks. the major problem is you can't yesterday's event was called tell a difference between a fake product and legitimate brands. barbecuing while black aimed at bringing the community together six brands are involved. and fostering a positive instead of having real alcohol, the bottles are filled with atmosphere. a man who helped organize it methanol which can cause headaches, seizures, kidney recalls his interaction with the failure and even death. woman who called police. eat more to stress less. >> the lady camein
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♪ try my $4.99 barbeque bacon double cheeseburger combo. welcome back on this monday morning. about ten minutes after 6:00. mid to upper 50s along the peninsula. same along the east bay shore, 62 to 67 san jose to los gatos. 60 in concord. low to mid 50s in the north bay. dense fog and sea breeze west at 14 miles per hour which is going to keep most neighborhoods pretty quiet as far as the strong temperatures except for inland. strong sunshine if you're out
and about. spotty sunshine at the beaches. small craft advisory starts at 2:00 and goes to k9d east of the golden gate and north of the bay right now at 6:30, up in bridge. gusting up to 25, 30 miles per flames. chp officers find a car on fire hour. in the north bay, fog by 9:00. in the east bay overnight. now they're wondering what happened to the driver. hanging out in the low to mid 80s with sunshine this afternoon. east bay, increasing sunshine >> reporter: i'm jobina fortson after 7:00 and temperatures live in san francisco following reaching 80 this afternoon. a devastating crash that killed one man and sent his wife to the for san francisco, we'll see increasing sunshine after 9:00 hospital. the person behind the wheel was driving a tesla. and low to mid 60s. growing tensions with iran here is alexis with traffic. after the country seized a >> good morning, mike. british tanker for violating maritime law. have a nice update for the how the u.s. is responding this morning. supporters get creative to situation in the east bay. taking you back to hayward, northbound 880 before tennison. save an east bay part dedicated to the arts. we had all lanes blocked due to good morning. it's monday, july 22nd. a car fire. we've canceled that. happy to be hanging out with you all lanes have opened up. f joi tha in everything off on the shoulder at this point. all lanes back open. ar at,like, 30. as we zoom out, seven miles an hour on the approach. 16 miles an hour on the >> saw you earlier on the southbound side, looking at weekend. hope that didn't throw you off.
>> appreciate you being here. heavy residual delays. we have a problem getting out of kumasi, by the way. the central valley, westbound we'll talk more about you and 580 before grant line road. being new to the team and all that fun stuff. i want to jump in to what people three-car crash. nine miles an hour, five miles need to know before they head an hour, tough getting out of out the door. you can see thick fog around the tracy area right now. for decades the pig scramble petaluma, penngrove and rohnert has been a popular activity at park. we have thick fog along the the sonoma county fair. >> things are changing. coast from montara toords half when the fair kicks off on moon bay. that's going to hang around the august 1st, the pig scramble next couple hours. will be gone and replaced with a visibility down to a mile, even an eighth of a mile. watermelon obstacle course. children have been running after looking at the exploratorium, hogs at the fair for the last 20 look at the lack of clouds, kind years. the activity has come under scrutiny by animal welfare of broken and the heat wave that ensues. 60s at the coast, 80s around the groups. bay and 90s inland for your the berkeley raised group direct 12-hour planner. action everywhere says pig over to lexus for the commute. scramble is a form of animal we have one new issue in the east bay. let's take you on the traffic abuse. >> things are moving in the right direction where we're not maps. this is in the pleasant hill area. sounds like we've got a new sig ab bruising animals and teaching alert issued, southbound 242 our children wholesome ways to north of the 680 split. entertain themselves. lanes two and three are closed >> the ceo of the fairay the due to a brush fire in the area. decision was made to try to boost attendance. sounds like those flames are pretty close to the freeway. counterfeit alcohol is blamed for more than a dozen emergency crews are there and
obviously you can expect some deaths in costa rica. delays through that stretch as the warning being issued as well. we also still have residual summer vacation season is in delays through the hayward area full swing. due to an earlier sig alert, prince george celebrating his sixth birthday today. northbound 880 before tennyson road. that vehicle did catch fire. as we head to break, a live look outside. it was blocking all lanes on the we've got a nice day ahead. northbound side a short time you can see salesforce tower ago. everything is clear. heavy northbound and southbound. peeking above the clouds. new this morning, chp ev officers came across this lexus on fire in contra costa county. firefighters were on the scene around 1:30 this morning. the car burned on mckeown road beneath the highway 4 overpass. the driver was nowhere in site. the overpass was not damaged. a husband is dead and his wife is in the hospital after their anniversary visit to san francisco turned tragic. >> police say a tesla driver ran a red light and then plowed into them. abc 7 news reporter jobina fortson is live at san francisco police headquarters with details. >> reporter: good morning. police have haven't identified the driver. we do know she's 22 years old
and from either san francisco or vallejo. we had a crew there as she was escorted into a police cruiser yesterday. she was booked for running through that red light and also for involuntary vehicular manslaughter. the crash happened yesterday afternoon after the driver of the rented tesla blew through a red light on taylor street at o'farrell in the tender loyal. the tesla broad-sided a mini cooper and hit a married couple who were walking in the crosswalk. the husband, 39-year-old benjamin dean was killed. his wife was taken to the hospital in critical condition. the couple is from clovis in the central valley. according to the woif's facebook page, the two were in san fancisco celebrating their anniversary. >> we do not know if it was in autonomous mode or if she was in control of the vehicle. that will later d inside the tesla, but speed was a factor. it's unknown -- it's a rental vehicle and she took it to its limits or what occurred.
>> reporter: investigators don't believe drugs or alcohol were involved in the crash. reporting live from san francisco police headquarters this morning, jobina fortson, abc 7 news. san francisco's long delayed central subway project is in danger of running out of money. this is according to an independent federal monitor's report obtained by the examiner. the mta could spend its last federal dollar on the project. that means the city will need to come up with the rest of the money to pay for it. trains were supposed to run to a new chinatown station in 2017. the monitor says that might not happen until mid 2020. traffic is back to normal after san francisco's macarthur tunnel. the tunnel was filled with thick black smoke yesterday afternoon due to a car fire. traffic came to a stop along doyle drive and park presidio. president trump is ordering more troops be deployed to the
middle east as tensions rise with iran. the latest conflict involves the in the east bay at least one uk. local leader has voiced iran has released dramatic new video shows the momenting before objection to a facebook post iranian soldiers seized a british oil tankerment you're from a deli owner, it promised a flee side dish if you say "sent about to hear a recording of the back and forth between the crews. >> if you obey, you will be safe. her back. >> this is british warship the remark refers to tweets president trump made targeting foxtrot 236. four democratic women in >> you are ordered, change your congress who call themselves the course to 360, 360 degrees squad. the chronicle says clayton's mayor posted on facebook she's, immediately. quote, very saddened by the >> british officials say iran is remarks of the owner. retaliating after the uk seized british airways is an iranian tanker earlier this suspending flights to cairo because of security concerns. month. the airline didn't go into secretary of state mike pompeo says the u.s. is open to detail. negotiating with iran. democrats and republicans they simply said the cancellations are a precaution, are pledging to ask tough so the airline can further questions of special counsel robert mueller when he testifies assess whether it's safe to fly before two house committees on to cairo. wednesday. judiciary claire managerry nadler says there's substantial the uk has also issued a similar evidence in the mueller report warning. israeli work crews have started to demolish dozens of that president trump is guilty
palestinian homes in a of impeachable offenses. neighborhood in east jerusalem. >> we think it's very important for the american people to hear the work began overnight, it caps a years' long legal battle directly what the facts are. this is a president who violated over the buildings located the law six ways from sunday. between the city and the occupied west bank. >> house democrats, though, are israel says the buildings are illegal, built too close to its deeply divided over impeachment. mueller says he doesn't intend west bank separation barrier. residents say they have nowhere to go and getting permits to to speak beyond the findings of build is impossible. the report on the russia the united nations estimates there are about 20 people who will be displaced. investigation. happy birthday to prij abc news plans to air a special report to covering the hearings george. >> the royal family celebrating on wednesday. the first report set to begin the future king's sixth birthday about 5:30 in the morning. today. george stephanopoulos will kensington palace released these anchor. in the peninsula redwood new pictures. city will consider restrictions in two of the photos you can see on so-called granny units. george wearing an english soccer many are being build above gaf jersey. the third photo is from a family rajs. "the mercury news" reports some vacation. george is third in line for the neighbors have complained they're losing privacy. throne behind his grandfather the redwood city council ispe t and his father. >> looks like the tooth fairy has come to visit. discourage construction of badly >> the royal tooth fairy. needed housing.
>> i wonder how much she abc 7 is committed to sleeves. building a better bay area. >> exactly. >> like 25 pounds or something "the los angeles times" reports like that. >> get a little extra. california is looking at new >> that's like 1,000% more than york's right to shelter policy as a possible solution to the growing homeless crisis. i go. that policy requires cities and >> we'll have to figure that out. counties to build shelters to you'll have to soon. >> mine is not bringing that house any homeless person that much, i know that. good morning. asks to come inside. it's 6:17. good morning, kumasi. critics question whether the state could really enforce a nice to have you with us. policy like that. the emergency repairs on the you can see the finger of fog richmond-san rafael bridge have rolling through the san bruno wrapped up, but they have delayed another project. gap. right now no delays reported. crews had to shore up the expansion joints after concrete quick sunshine, warming fell onto the lower deck on at continues that you had least two occasions earlier this yesterday. clear inland, but bay and coast year. a bike and pedestrian lane was fog the next couple mornings. scheduled to be ready this several days of inland heat. summer. the bridge repairs have pushed all seven days of my accuweather back the project to this fall. forecast feature at least 90. another wrinkle, a water main near the toll plaza needs to be first i want to show you the reason why. relocated. high pressure sitting on top of that project has been pushed us. look at the lack of cloud cover. back to the end of this month. this morning india is we have some along the east celebrating a successful space bayshore, fog near taoos gone, laun launch.
>> three, two, one, zero. the coast we'll see pockets of sunshine. >> chandrayaan 2 is heading for let's check out the temperatures. the moon's south pole. it's expected to get there in early september. south bay 82 in milpitas. a rover will search for water temperatures in the mid to upper and minerals on the moon's surface. the launch has been delayed 70s. 82 in redwood city the warm several times. the spacecraft was initially spot. 62 to 63 most neighborhoods scheduled to take off a week along the coast. upper 60s for downtown, south ago. happening today, giants fans san francisco. going to the game against the a little breezy in the north bay cubs at oracle park can get a free haircut. >> super cuts will welcome fans beaches. about 20 degrees warmer with mid to upper 80s in the north bay to its pop-up salon at willie valleys. along the east bayshore we'll mays plaza before the 6:45 game. have mid to upper 70s in most neighborhoods. super cuts is the official hair we do have richmond at 71, union salon of major league baseball. city, newark, fremont, castro all right, you guys. tom brady posted this video valley in the 80s. showing him jumping off a cliff good news, at night we'll drop down into the first and 60s. with his daughter. now he's getting q that's why we don't have heat backlash about it. advisories even with mid to here is the question. upper 90s in our inland is it family fun or is it too neighborhoods. low 80s around the bay. dangerous? tell us what you think. there's your free air conditioning at the coast. go to abc7news.com/vote. mid 60s. good morning, mike. from packed b.a.r.t. trains we're improving quite a built to jammed freeways.
here. pressure on bay area looking live at the san mateo transportation is mounting. bridge, westbound 92 okay. a plan in the works to ease the you could see a little bit of a strain comes with a huge price tag. delay get together this point on first, we are never more 880. we have residual delays in than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. either direction from an earlier here is meteorologist mike nicco. sig alert in the hayward area. >> thank you, kumasi. we had one just below state here is a look ot our route 92 that was a vehicle temperatures. we have cloud cover in many of fire. that has fully cleared. the areas that are cooler. a quick check of drive times. in the east bay and the south westbound 80 highway 4 to the bay there's no clouds and we're actually warmer. maze still in the green at 22 a little reversal from the minutes. bay bridge metering lights are normal pattern. that's why it's going to be so on for exactly an hour. abnormally warm this afternoon flipped on at 5:19. like the south bay where we're once you make it through the in the upper 50s to low 60s this toll plaza, the rest of the way into san francisco should take about 11 minutes. morning. also looking good on southbound we've got low to mid 60s in the east bay valleys. 101 san francisco to sfo in the everybody else in the mid to green at ten minutes. "good morning america" is coming up at 7:00 here on abc 7. upper 50s. a little finger of fog right >> ginger zee is live from new there at sfo. no harm, no foul. we have foggy spots. york with a look at what's watch out the closer you are to ahead. hey, ginger. the coast and along 101 in the >> good morning to both of you. north bay. good morning to everyone there cool this morning but hot when in the bay area. you return to your inland in new york a d.c., the heat neighborhoods this afternoon. on the bay, a small craft advisory north of the bay bridge and east of the golden gate
bridge through the delta from 2:00 to 9:00. so east to west breeze hitting the carquinezee durg the aer ok at all the sunshine on the peninsula from 9:00 on as we reach 80 this afternoon. in the south bay we start with sunshine and stay with sunshine. we jump from low 60s to mid to upper 80s. here is alexis. good morning, mike. taking you back to the sig alert in the east bay. this is on the concord/pleasant hill line. southbound 242 before the southbound 680 connector, we have lanes blocked. this is due to a brush fire in the area. it sounds like we've got the two right lanes closed due to the brush fire and the flames are close to the freeway. fire crews are there and working to get this tapped out. hopefully that will happen soon. definitely heavy through that concord stretch back up to highway 4. a quick check outside, san jose 280, a little sun glare right
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to yosemite and possibly tahoe by the end of the weekend. temperatures nearing 100 in the central valley. 68 in monterey. in lake tahoe, a comfortable 52 degrees. best chance of thunderstorms friday. then the air gets hotter but a little dryer with mid 90s through sunday -- saturday into sunday. a couple of things to think about, when we go through our heat wave, the difference between heat exhaustion,perspir. heat stroke, you're not perspiring and need to go to the hospital immediately. new at 6:00 a.m., incredible video of a rollover crash and rescue in illinois. our sister station had its helicopter in the air when it captured a truck speeding out control, and look at that, flipping over. this is just outside chicago. check out what happens next. a group of good samaritans including an off-duty paramedic were there to help. they got out of the cars and flipped the pickup on its side..
in the east bay oakland's mayor says her office is looking into a report that federal immigration agents used the city's airport to deport tens of thousands of people. >> i.c.e. reportedly chartered about 1,000 flights over eight years. abc 7 reporter amy hollyfield is live at the airport. >> reporter: we're getting a variety of reactions here at the oakland airport this morning. the mayor of oakland is very upset, saying this is a sanctuary city, and this airport is located in her city. so she wants an investigation. according to our media partner, about 27,000 people were deported through this airport over an eight-year period. doesn't think the mayor should be reporting this. here is someone else we just talked to. >> we're a country of immigrants. i don't get why we should be using our airport, our taxpayer
funded airport to ship out immigrants. >> reporter: an i.c.e. spokesperson told the bay area news group they have stopped the practice, haven't chartered a flight out of oakland since october of last year. this city is working to see whether the city's policy to not cooperate with ice operations was violated. live in oakland, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. one of the challenges in bet building a better bay area is transportation. up to ten million people could be living in the bay area by 2040. with them, the need to find solutions to our traffic. local officials want to put a $100 billion transportation measure on the november 2020 ballot. the chronicle says that would raise the money through an increase in sales tax over 40 years. it would fund projects like a caltran extension into the transbay transit center and possible second transbay rail crossing. a new study suggests people
should be getting screened for colorectal cancer earlier in life. right now the age is 50. an article in the journal of cancer says it should be lowered to 45. dr. jennifer ashton is talking about the study this morning on "good morning america." she says 12 pers of new diagnos diagnoses involve adults under the age of 50. >> we're talking about for the average risk person, there are some people that should be screened early. no doubt about it. >> people with a history of colorectal cancer or some of the issue you see on your screen should be checked early. dr. ashton will explain how to decrease your risk. johnson & johnson heads to court today. the company still facing legal troubles over the safety of its baby powder. johnson & johnson is fighting more than 14,000 claims alleging
its talcum powder products cause cancer. neutragena is recalling a popular acne treatment product. the company is no longer selling the light therapy acne mask online. it's also being pulled from store shelves. neutragena says there's a theoretical risk of eye injuries. the mask uses blue light therapy to treat bacteria and red light therapy to reduce inflammation. neutragena says the recall is out of an abundance of caution. now your morning money report. >> bloomberg reports tinder released a new payment process that allows users to skip the google play store and make direct payments to tinder. people who choose to make direct payments lose the option to switch back to paying via google play. google takes 30% of all transactions through the play store. apple may be bringing back the old school rainbow logo. this logo was used on all apple
products before 1998. it's going to appear on new products this fall. apple is expected to unveil the next iphone in september. a king-sized debut for "the lion king" kicked off a big weekend for disney at the box office. >> simba and company roared past projections and earned $185 million, the ninth biggest opening for a movie and a record for the month of july. another disney movie "ave. van jers end game" moved past "avatar" to become the highest grossing movie all time. disney is the parent company of abc 7 news. "the lion king" was followed by spiderman far from home, toy store 4, crawl and yesterday. a cliff jump is sparking a lot of reaction this morning. you know super bowl champ and bay area native tom brady, he's being accused of bad parenting for jumping off a cliff with his daughter. >> we want to know what you think about it.
our poll is open right now. the results at the bottom of your screen. too dangerous, 64%. we still want to know what you think about it. you can vote by going to abc7news.com/vote. >> here is the reason we're asking. tom brady posted this video on instagram. there you go. it shows him leaping off a cliff with 6-year-old daughter vivian. if viv yeah is going to be an olympic champion, it probably won't be in synchronized diving. daddy always gives her a ten. his followers were quick to chime in saying brady was being responsible. golden state warriors star steph curry commented with laughing emoji. sounds like he thought it was okay. was it bad parenting or family fun? a few more votes in. 66%, still too dangerous, family
fun 35%. >> i'm definitely a worrier. i'm more the protective parent. i would go with too dangerous. >> i'm with you. i'm one of those people, i don't know what's in the ese things g mind. i'm like, you go and i will support you from the sideline. >> mike, as a dad, you're maybe a little more daring. >> i'm all for it. it looked bad because it looked like he pulled her because she didn't jump at the same time. she hit the water wrong, too. if she wanted to do it and he had to help her, then it was her decision. >> i guess it's better he's up there with her. >> of course. i guess i couldat. >> personally, i would have dove. let's take a look at what's going on outside. this is a beautiful shot from mt. tam. 73 degrees.
a little warm if you're going tore a hike. notice the lack of clouds. building sunshine and warmth except for where the sea breeze keeps us cool at the coast and around the bay. triple digits are possible inland during parts of this week. look at the high pressure over the four corners. hazy, hot and humid monsoon coming up towards us. we're going to get a little bit of that. we'll get the heat for sure, maybe not the humidity. definitely going to get the heat inland. it's going to last all week. here is the beginning of it. low to upper 80s in the south bay, 82 in milpitas. 74 in santa cruz. mid to upper 70s, most of the peninsula, 82 in redwood city the warm spot. 62 to 63 for most of us along the coast. warmer along the bay side. still pretty nice in the north bay, 80s to mid 90s,
comfortable along the east bayshore. we have 71 in richmond, castro valley in the low 80s. here is the key to the forecast, after i show you tonight's game, 6:45 first pitch, 62 at oracle, dropping down to 58. the key to the forecast, look at the overnight temperatures, mid 50s to mid 60s. even if we touch triple digits, it will cool off nicely in the overnight hours. that's why there's no heat advisory. you can see the pattern pretty much locked in all week. alexis. thank you, mike. back to our situation in the concord area, southbound 242, sig alert has been canceled just before you get to the 680 split. all lanes are back open. this was actually a brush fire on the side of the freeway. we had two right lanes blocked for fire crews to respond to that. sounds like the flames were pretty close to the road, but that has been tapped out. all lanes back open. about a 25-minute delay on that approach for highway 4. some spilled over onto highway 4
as well. they're in recovery mode at the moment. a couple other slow spots, we'll talk about those in just a moment. there's an effort under weigh to save an east bay haven for artists and creative minds. abc 7 news was live in up town oakland at the octopus literary salon, trying to raise $150,000 to keep it open. the billing at 21st and webster was recently sold to a new owner. >> my rent will more than double in april of 2020. >> can you afford that? >> absolutely not. i'm scrambling. i'm barely making this rent. it's just going to be an astronomical rent. i don't know who would be able to pay that for this kind of space. >> owners have also launched a gofundme page. a just discovered shark species in the gulf of mexico emits light. >> check this out. this is the american pocket sark. they have a pocket organ near their front fins that scientists
say squirts glowing clouds into the ocean. only two ever captured, one caught in the gulf of mexico in february of 2010 and the other in 1979 in the eastern pacific. >> of all the sharks you can run into, i think that would be a little cute one that glows. coming up next, the 7 things you need to know before you go. >> first, our instagram picture of the day. >> lake tahoe. >> that is gorgeous. >> looks like another stop i need to make. it looks really beautiful. if you haven't yet, make sure you follow us
time is 6:58. whether you're just joining us or heading out the door, here are the 7 things you need to know before you go. number one, san francisco police are investigating a deadly crash. they say a driver of a tesla ran a red light and plowed into two tourists. the couple was in the city celebrating their anniversary. the husband died. his wife is in critical condition. number two, oakland mayor libby schaaf has promised to investigate claims that i.c.e. flew deportees out of the sfo airport. number three, a live look at the supreme court where late justice john paul stevens is y lying in repose. number four, this morning we're seeing dramatic new video showing the moments right before masked iranian commandos seized
a british oil tanker. britain could reveal what response it will take today. number five, a heat wave that began yesterday. it's going to spread and get even hotter throughout the week. seven to eight days worth 90 to 100-degree temperatures. number six, we have another brush fire this morning, westbound 580 before grand line road. sounds like this started off as a collision that may have sparked the fire. we have one lane blocked. so definitely seeing delays in the area. also hearing that a fire truck responding to the scene may have flipped over. everyone is okay. number seven, disney's lion king stampeded to an estimated $185 million debut, making it the ninth biggest of all time. the live action remake set a box office record for the month of july. disney is the parent company of abc 7 news. okay. so we took a quick poll. none of us have seen it yesterday. >> i'm ready. >> we're hearing you might want to bring the tissues. >> i like a good cry.
>> is that why reggie is not here today. >> we'll be back in 25 minutes. good morning, america.utes. we hope you had a great weekend. we know it was a hot one but finally a cooldown and some relief. summer storm warning. as the heat wave breaks, flash flooding and lightning causing chaos from indianapolis to florida. eight injured in a lightning strike on the beach. and overnight, nearly 400,000 without power from michigan to new york. now ten states on alert. ginger is here with the latest. breaking news, iran claims they've captured spies working for the cia as dramatic new video shows mass iranian commandos seizing a british oil tanker with 23 people on board. not backing down, the governor of puerto rico now refusing to resign as more than a million people get ready for a massive protest this morning.
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