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better bay area. this is abc 7 mornings. good morning. it's saturday october 5th. i'm amanda del castillo in for kumasi erin. good morning, lisa. >> good morning to you. no fog at all and as we widen the perspective, wig dome of high pressure building in. you can see the well track well up into canada. we have a warming trended to today even warmer. no peak heat yet. down in campbell 48. looking at 50s. closer to the water 46. cool out there but there is a red flag warning in effect tonight right on through tomorrow morning. the winds out of the north are beginning to gust and see them up to 35 miles an hour relative
humidity dropping as low as 15%. mainly in the upper elevations above 1,000 feet of the north bay hills. we'll be watching it closely. today many locations in the 80s. even the coast should reach 70 degrees. and looking at mid-80s. so nice today we'll talk about how long the heat lasts coming up. >> developing news now pg&e is warning residents this year of foot hls and north bay about potential power shut office because of warm windy conditions. the new alert, the utility may turn off power today to more than 12,000 customers. pg&e says it's monitoring weather indebtedness in elderly op at the ham appear yolo nanna appear nevada and place are. it's encouraging you to sign up for alerts on the pg&e website. rescue crews called off the search for a women mo disappeared off the coast in san
francisco. near mile rock beach near the outer richmond. officials say a group of three friends went down to the beach to hang out. one decided to jump in the water and swim. according to the friends the t the tide pulled her in and they losht of her. >> you're taking a great risk getting into the water at night. it was literally at the point of twilight when she got in the wert. the sun had already gone down. and darkness pretty much ensued within about 10 minutes. >> the search stopped after about two hours. crews have not yet said if they're going to be back out to be look for her today. the best friend of the taxi driver killed in a head-on collision on highway 101 on thursday morning in san francisco said he is devastated man in disbelief. 42-year-old berkand ahmed was one of four people killed when a driver suspected of dui slammed into the cab. we r ad.eloved by colleagues,
>>t' so unfortunate we lost him. my heart is still -- i don't know i'm not -- i'm exhausted. and again, i don't event want to believe he is gone. but, life, what can you do? >> ahmed leaves behind a teenage daughter. they took a father daughter trip to south korea this spring and this is one of the hugs sthe shared. we have a link on our website to a gofundme page to help with funeral expenses. he wished to be buried next to his mother in bulgaria. the berkeley unified school district shows one its schools is major risk of damage of earthquake during elementary. it's in a known landslide zone. parents are now concerned and asking the district to retrofit the sc >> in in hilly tree hined street
in berkeley is oxford elementary be, a charming location but potentially dangerous. >> i'm very shocked. i'm shocked. >> according to a newly released geotechnical report commissioned by the berkeley school district this nearly 120-year-old school is at risk of major damage during an earthquake. the report shows the foundation of the school could move as much as 20 feet. parents at the school were worried by the finding. >> if you say it's an earthquakes and it's a risk that's a huge concern. >> the report shows the school is in a landslide zone, particularly at risk during the earthquake. >> pillar is on the pta and says the past few days the district has talked about retrofitting the school. >> with budgeting and things they've been bushing it. >> the district says the school rebuilt in 1964 is in compliance with state earthquake safety requirements and that this report reveals an elevated risk. in a message to parents the superintendent said the plan is to keep students at the current site for the remainder of the
school year but moving forward the school may be relocated to a nearby campus. >> what you want to to tell the school. >> like any dad or parent, be safe. >> i hope this is going to be the push that drives them to get this done. yeah, because that is -- that's scary. >> a scary situation. and parents did want to stress they love the school, but just want kids safe. there is no long-term plan at this point the district says they plan to report at the upcoming school board meeting on october 23rd. in berkeley liz kreutz abc news. also in the east bay, police hope releasing this new door bell video will help them track down suspects in a deadly shooting in richmond two people killed and another hurt around 4:00 yesterday afternoon near 32nd and esmond avenue. people believe the people in the
blue plerer may have information. people lichaj near a hot spot for car burglaries in san francisco taking matters in their hand. it's their contriution to building a bettor bay area. dion lim hoes how they try to fight the break-in. >> we have some vigilantes that are adamant about finding these people. >> you're looking at one of the most brazen car break-ins we have seen. the man in the video come back to smash the back window and grab whatever he can. >> i'm just choking up a little bit. >> if that weren't enough the man comes back not only a third time but a fourth. all in broad daylight in stung detail, caught on in security camera. >> this building it my ship and i'm protecting. >> i'm calling him the mayor of the city because he is watching and trying to protect the poor
tourists. >> not only does he report the crimes, neighbors who say they catch crimes like this in the act at least two or three times a week do something. >> i yell at my window to get i yell back go get your backs out of yar car they think i'm a crazy lady. >> you can call them the break in vigilantes. this man dennis sands not wanting to show his face for safety posts signs in various languages. while others draw pictures like this the universal language to warn to your pointist watch out for belonging some give garages. >> i give them my garage space and i park on the street. >> dennis and our neighbor helen actually takes people into their house to call their embassy get passports. >> while the number of perm property crimes in the city went down 10% from 2018. the d.a. acknowledge there is a lot of work to be done. help that can't come soon enough for residents. >> definitely gotten worse.
>> preventing heart break in neighborhood's way of building a better bay area. we should point out san francisco police tell me they don't recommend yelling at someone who is breaking into someone else's car out of fears of retaliation but they do recommend if you have surveillance video or cell phone video to give it to them baupss in that is the best way to catch the people breaking into vehicles? san francisco i'm dion lim, abc 7. >> we want to hear your ideas about building a better bay area. share them by joining our better bay area group on facebook. happening today, day two of the 2019 hardly strictly bluegrass festival. we already saw thus thousands jamming out at golden gate park. this year has new security measures. there are new gates set up with a checkpoints to search any non-transparent backpack or bag. most people understand it's necessary >> that it needs to be this way.
but after what happened in the bill roy, i understand. >> the clear backpack it's the newest thing. >> more than 800,000 people are expected to attend hardly strictly which goes until tomorrow. and the same level of security is expected at fleet week which gets under way tomorrow in san francisco. of thousands of people to check out the ships and the aerial shows. city officials remind people to be prepared for crowds, particularly on the water front. all right. well what's the weather likely is a. >> we have our typical october weather. offshore wind bodily harm warm and dry here is a look from the east bay hills camera. in the 40s in livermore. 55 in concord. 45 in santa rosa. getting warmer. and we'll be warm all weekend long. the heat peaks on monday.
i have the details next with the accuweather seven-day forecast. >> thanks walks lisa. also next on abc 7 mornings, republicans now picking sides in president trump's impeachment inquiry which top ranking gop lawmakers are in and which out in supporting the commander in chief? plus science or science fiction how one man used a robot suit of sorts t
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potential 2020 opponent joe biden have nothing to do with politics. >> i don't care about biden's campaign. but i do care about corruption. >> yet today the trump re-election campaign told abc news it's spending $1 million this weekend on adds attacking biden and his son hunter on the very issues the president is asking ukraine and china to investigate. >> if you have foreign leaders for any corruption investigation that don't involve political opponent are there other cases. >> we would have to look- >> today senator mitt romney put out a blistering statement saying when the only american citizen president trump singles out for the china investigation is his political opponent in the midst of the democratic nomination process it's strains cred uland it's anything other than politically motivated. he called the outreach to china and ukraine wrong and appalling. the only other republican senator to who ventured to
criticize the president, ben sas of nebraska putting out a terse statement saying, quote americans don't look to chinese comemys for the truth. contrast with florida marko rubio. >> do you think it's okay to ask china. >> i don't know if that's a real request or him needling the press knowing you'll get outraged by it. >> a constituent in iowa begged joanny ernst to say something about the president's action. >> where is the line? when are you guying going to say enough? and staup up and say, you know i'm not backing any of this. >> okay. so president trump. if -- i can say yeah, nay, whatever. the president is going to say what the president is going to do. >> and i understand it's a non-answer and i understand. i get it. i know what you're saying. >> i can't speak for him. i can't speak for him. >> i know you can't speak for him but you can speak for yourself. >> the president made a surprise
appearance on a republican conference call with all the republican members of the house i'm told that he said that he has nothing to hide, done nothing wrong and that he portrayed the impeachment effort as an effort to undo the 2006 election by democrats. jonathan karl, abc. nups. >> the verse cannabis lounge in nevada open opens today. the state ingredient opened the green light onned cannabis. but this is subject to tribal authority. in las vegas where waiters will offer smoking and vapizing option was edibles. new wu may be the only lounge in the state for the next few years. because the governor signed a bill creating a two-year hold on lounge licensing to allow for research. it's a step of science fiction but it was every bit of reality in france when a paralyzed man walked using a an exo skelton. >> chris reyes explains how is it works and why some in the
stability community are only cautiously optimistic. >> this 28-year-old man with his brain waves is controlling this exo skelton giving him the ability to watch. just like the patient this william is a quadriplegic. she says it's the first time a technology like this could apply to her. >> it's important it's inclusive of me. >> scientists in france worked on the machine two years. recording devices were implanted in the patient's brain. he trained it to understand his thoughts. it's his brain signals allowing him to do this. >> it's a game changer helps with bowel and bladder, helps with your posture. it helps with your circulation. there is so many things. not just that but a little bit of freedom. >> researchers may call this a breakthrough but warn the machine won't be widely available or affordable yet. that's a concern for this woman.
but as a policy advocate for people with disabilities she has reservations about the message. >> we want to be careful and stay away from ablism and being ablistic. that's one of the things that i even had kind of a problem with. i don't want people to think that we need to create these things just so people can walk. your value is as you as a human being with attributes that nobody else has. >> in san mateo kris reyes for abc 7 news. there is a new top gourd in the state of massachusetts. a man in connecticut hauled the pumpkin to the fair yesterday weighing in at 2294 pounds thp. they say the secret is the seeds appear daily nurturing. here in the bay area the weigh off will be on october 14th. the last year winning pumpkin weighed just shy of 2,200 pounds. meteorologist lisa argen is tracking the forecast for us. and lisa, they say that to build or to grow a pumpkin it's
usually between 50 and 70 degrees. is it like that for us. >> well it could also be turning into a squash that oprtities to look at some pretty gusty winds. this first coming up today is a moderate offshore flow. you can see live doppler 7 showing the storm track well north. and high pressure carving out a big ridge building closer to the coast of california. initiating the normal winds. 50 in oakland. 57 in san francisco. lacking at 44 in mount view. process overnight, yeah, cooling off nicely. as warm as we get at least we have the longer nights and shouldn't be too taxing the next couple days. the warm et day should be into monday. here is the live look from sutro tower, good visibility looking at fire danger increasing tonight through tomorrow morning. the warmer weather through the weekend and then the heat peaks for some of you on sunday.
others on monday. . it is all about the wind. looking at the upper elevations gusting to near 30 miles an hour around mount diablo. look at the direction, straight out of the north, does nothing really dry out the atmosphere. as we start in at 9:00 you'll notice that the winds at the surface not particularly gusty. it's in the upper elevations stopping this late tonight we begin to see the winds, lake, napa county increase out of north and northeast. and that will continue. into sunday morning. so those higher elevations around marine county, even the deebl of range watching that closely as the relative humidity hub dropping to 20% out there throughout the afternoon. right on through the weekend. keep that in mine. it will abness afternoon today. here a look at monday as temperatures climb into the 90s. one of the warmer days here. 80s around the bay. 70s -- actually 70 is average for san francisco. today the first day where numbers are above average into
tuesday. we begin a slight cooldown. look what happens into wednesday. wednesday we're still in the 80s and this is actually when the next offshore event could happen m some wmther for theecd coming work week. highs in the upper 70s in elbowed. above average. 83 in napa. 82 in fremont. low 80s in san jose. and if you are look being at the overnight temperatures nice and cool tonight with 50s out there. the clear sky, no fog at all due to the high pressure ridge. the accuweather forecast. 70s around the coast. 80s around the by. mid-80s inland. and morp warmth tomorrow into monday. download the app and as we look at the slight cooling trend, i may have to tweak the second half of the work week because of the new forecast models behinding at a offshore typica. wree vigilant this time of here thanks so much. >> thanks, lisa. huge college football games on abc 7 highlighted by saturday
night football. number 25 michigan state battles fourth ranked ohio state in columbus. espn college game guy analysts rece and kirk have a preview. >> great slate of stars on abc saturday. oklahoma and texas play next week. both having to avoid the look ahead this week. starting with jaylen hurd on a and the sooner starting with overmatched kansas. >> we were all kited at jaylen coming from alabama. he was excited. but i don't know if he anticipated this kind of start the first five weeks of the season. right now executing at a level that believe it or not is probably better than we saw from kyler murray. i expect that to continue. big numbers. yopg ou shows any focus or lack of focus where they peek ahead to the game you're referring to to. i think ou wins handily. >> the coach used to be a thorn in oklahoma's side not saturday. a texas loss to west virginia. on the road to morgantown. they have a history of not being
at the peak before oklahoma. >> we were talking before we came on you feel confidently that texas can take care of business as much to do with a lack of fire power right now from west virginia. i think this is an important gim for texas. i want a chance for them to get healthy in the secondary. a fewdy withes resting hoping to get them back next week. i'm personally any time you go to morgantown, i don't care who is on the roster it's a bit challenging and texas will have to overcome that. >> primetime michign state and ohio state i have the buck eyes number within on the ap ballot great matchup. >> i agree. we talked about that last week you'd have to say ohio state. little different at the line of scrimmage. that's the thing i'm excited to see. ohio state offensive lines not just fields and dobens, the receivers. line is a big story. a big challenge against michigan state. >> ohio state has been so complete and impressive. we'll see if if continuing. kirk and chris will have the call on abc in primetime.
this morning, sixteen from the peeft are east bay in london to take part in a moldle technology program teaching fellow youngster process united airlines gave them the hidden genius project, a soweto send off yesterday morning at san francisco swrngs airport. the program trains black males in technology, entrepreneurship and leadership. one of those taking part says the program is helped importanc technologically literate. >> as far as technology i know
like three of the the major. hms a little bit of jaff an script. that's a little something but with that knowlege i can go good places look at me i'm 18 about to fly londen >> another group of deans from the project will lead a workship in johannesburg south africa. another scripture in the front of the los angeles library has been found 50 years later. the well of the describes was part of the library when it opened in 1926 but went missing in 1969. a single reference of the well in a book led journalists to dig for answers. one received an email from an antiques deal ner arizona who said he had a portion of the well. it's unclear how it made its way there but returned home yesterday. officials are hopeful to recover the hekd half soon. and soon you'll be able to bring the force with you in the kitchen. french cookware company lucrosse
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for the resist first time in a while today above average. in san mateo 49. an in daly steph. college koomg off last night with 40s in the east bay. 45 in santa rosa but a red plague warning into effect later on today into tomorrow morning. the gusty winds above 1,000 feet blowing up to 35 miles an hour. decreasing relative humidity, continue to dry out the atmosphere and possibly start fires. so we will watch that peak heat arrives monday. look at the siksds and how brit the map gets in the yellows and oranges meaning warmth in the 80s inland. amanda. >> thanks so much, lisa. san francisco mayor london borrowed appointed suzy loftus as the city as top prosecutor. in comes after district attorney george gascon resigned thursday. the decision is controversial. because loftus has been running for that office for more than a year. with only a month before the elections some say in gives her
unfair advantage over other candidates. abc 7 news reporter leon melendez explains. >> she is my choice to appoint as the next district attorney for the city and county of san francisco. [ applause ] >> making that announcement became somewhat of a challenge for the mayor and loftus herself. first, protesters gathered at the location in chinatown where london breed was supposed to deliver her message. the event was postponed several minutes. then once protesters spotted loftus they chased her around chinatown. lost sus a controversial figure because she once led the police commission during the tumultuous times in the city. but despite multiple interruptions she was finally surrounded appointed by her daughters. >> i have to tell you on my way over here i got to have a beautiful walk through chinatown. is there anyone whose trust i have yet to earn i will work every day to earn your trust.
i will work every day to build safety that is not predicated on zip code. >> while many agree she is qualified for thee supervisors are critical of the appointment. the election is on november 5th, a month away. >> i think it's an unfortunate decision that is really meant to sway election behavior in the last days of an election. >> ironically mayor breed herself encountered a similar situation following the death of ed lee, as then board president breed stepped into the position of acting mayor while statement running for office. but a month later, january 2018 she was frechld her job by her colleagues on the board because they saw that as a political advantage. supervisor mark pharrell was voted in as acting mayor. breed had no apologies. >> we don't leave the office open because the election is coming up, especially one of the most important offices in our city. >> even though the election is on november 5th, in reality the
person who wins wouldn't actually take office until january. so the mayor told reporters she didn't want that seat vacant that long. mayor breed also said when she heard that gascon was resigning she couldn't help but get excited about the future of san francisco, sort of a criticism of gascon's work. in the newsroom, leon melendez, abc. >> looking live at san francisco international airport which will add a new non-stop flight next year. the first time ever beginning in june you will be able to fly direct from sfo offered op alitalia. italy less largest peril. it hasn't offered out of sfo since fwun when he it offered flights to milan. >> lax is banning uber lyft and
taxi will have pick up passengers at a designated area. lax is the latest major airport to do this. both sfo and sacramento international airport ban curbside pick ups by ride share drivers. lyft is offering new rewards to roifrs, including a new pay structure. some of the perks include cash bonuses after a certain number of rides, up to 5% cash back on gas and credit to take lyft rides. a bill just became law to reclassify ride share drivers as employees instead of independent contractors. but it won't go into effect until january. george washington high school is being sued over a decision to cover the controversial mural lining its walls. the high school lum nigh association filed the lawsuit in san francisco superior court yesterday they want the mural preserved arguing that it depicts history that should be remembered. critics say the mural shows the oppression of native americans and african-americans. the school board and community members voted to cover the new
deal era wsh i should say mural with what impanels in august. now in the east bay. oklahoma a's fans are of the invited to to a townhall about the stadium proposal at howard terminal. the group oakland united demand that the a's negotiate a strong community benefits agreement that guarantees good jobs and affordable homes before the project moves forward. many in the community fear the project will lead to jent tri fieks aen the project. it starpts at taylor memorial church at 10:30 this morning in oakland. kohls hosting a job fair getting ready for holidays. all stores in the bay area taking part in a hierpg day event from 10:00 until 4:00 this afternoon. if interested go to any store, apply and interview today. the company viccing to hire 5,000 seasonal positions across the country. gap and its sister brands including old navy and banana republic are also looking to hire seasonal employees for the
holidays. the company is holding a one-day hiring event in stores across the country from 10:00 until 10:00. jobs include sales associates inside stores and positions at distribution centers. san quentin is one of the oldest and most notorious prisons in california. also a place to teach soon to be released inmates the tools they need on the outside, including cooking. >> i love the cooking, the grilling. i love the eating. most importantly, the eating. >> i never once on the streets thought about cooking. now it's like a passion for ♪ ♪ >> give that a vigorous mix ron see what it tastes like. >> before i came here i didn't care if i lived or died. now i'm getting back in touch with my feelings and my
emotions, you know. there is opportunities here that will open you up to different things. i never -- i never once on the streets thought about cooking. now it's like a i grie are grew up in a dysfunctional family, using drugs was part of dwroeg up. and i also grew up with a bunch of bad information on life, kind of like doing my own thing, not obeying the law and because of that i wound up in jail. i want to believe -- i don't want to believe that i won't see see my mom again. that was my hardest thing. she was the only one who never turned her, on me. well a banana pudding topped with walnut with a sauce with a slice of strawberry.
with a cookie shell. i love the banana pudding. i can make as much as i want and eat as much as i want. this class alone gives knee 10 days off the quicker. >> if you pay for are your debt to society you should go back to square one and be sort of any respected citizen. shouldn't stay with you once you are gone. you know, we have -- prison is rehabilitation. you did your time. and if you do things to better yourself like a ged or college diploma or a certificate through this program or something similar, why wouldn't you believe that that person is capable of doing things on the other side? >> all right, banana pudding. phillip. >> i have something that i want to do the rest of my life. i found a passion i wouldn't mind getting up going to work to cook every day.
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tip off at 6:00. all right, lisa, socks, hats, all that have are we needing gloves. >> maybe at night. right now it's the 45 degrees half moon bay. seshl cooling off nicely overnight with 40s and 50s. but we are in the middle or beginning a warming trend. yesterday warmer but still below average. today above average. 50 in oakland. 57 in san francisco. so we're looking at temperatures well into the 80s in many neighborhoods. 90s maybe. stay tuned. my accuweather seven-day forecast next. >> thank you. just maid on mornings, san jose sharks with a historically bad opener hitting the ice at home but not before punches were thrown. anchor larry beil shows you t fixfinity internet and mobile, each for $30 a month.
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hopes to to rubbed rebound from last week's disappointing. the golden bears takes on organ at austin stadium. kickoff at 5:00 p.m. stanford bangs battles washington down on the farm. kickoff pat 7:30 p.m. at stand fd sfaumd. if you are not going to the game you can watch it on the sister nikkei. espn. also tonight the sharks will try to get their first win of the season. san jose faces the anaheim ducks at 7:00 p.m. at the honda center. last night the sharks dropped the home opener against the golden knights. larry beil has the details in this morning's sports. good morning, everybody this was the not the start the sharks had in mind poepg a new season two games against vegas two lasses hope home ner the tank in the first sign of trouble is when the mic does not work more the national anxious emmit testing one tu, hello. first period sharks turn it over william carr jonasla up.
sharks gave up two short-andreaed goals. power play turned it over in the zone braden mcnabb. three-0 vegas. thomas nosek the first of his two goals on the night here. the sharks eventually did score to break the ice in the third. then 50 cuffs frustration fighting. i'm going to purge you in the face. team teal slapped 5-1. 0 hon 3 the coach actually apologized to fans. >> they waited a long time to watch us play. so very, very disappointing. i'm disappointed for them to show up and waste their time and money to watch that. >> doesn't matter who we play starting 0- is not acceptable for the group. i think we know that. and you know, the guys in here we know that we have to be better. >> also in designate doing the mack rihanna. watching san jose state and new mexico. a sparty party. nick nash nine yards untouched in the end zone. the 6-03 then a 93 yard drive
capped by the drive to b humphrey. alert. love throes for 40 a to bailey gagters. look out, rough. longest pass play for sparty in five years. and they roll. 32-21. now 3-2. the baseball play fs pops gnats be dodgers pain in l.a. pmt yet another rough outing for dayton cheer kershaw. base hit knocks in a run. nationals build a 3-0 lead. the mighty dodge are bats no match for the smoke that stephee strauss burg throws. dodger struck out 17 times in a 4-2 preponderate series even at a game apiece. the warriors preisn't, first game against the laker tonight. so many new faces, so much teaching going on in practice. >> a lot more teaching.
for us guys who has been here for a while. so it's a difficult some of these practices. but it's -- you know, that's the reality of it. you know, we knew that coming in. >> draymond sounding a little tired. really early. before the season started that's a rap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. a check now of the bay area forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. good morning, lisa. good morning, amanda. certainly beautiful yesterday. the warmup began as we wiped away that fog. it's been cool the past several days. and that is changing as we look live outside from our sutro tower camera. nays and clear out there. visibility is good. we won't be seeing any fog. we'll be looking at maybe high clouds tomorrow. but other than that the weekend is here. it's the first weekend of october. and we're looking at very warm weather. we've got the autumn warmth today with upper 80s inland. low 80s around the bay and 70 at
beaches. and then by tomorrow, some 90s inland. mid-80s around the bay and plenty of 70s from half moon bay to pacifica. you know it's hot and we have 70s at beach. the good thing is that our nights are longer and we will continue to cool off at night. emeryville there and right now live doppler 7 scant in the way of cloud cover and that continues for the next several days. in fact the week ahead, here is high pressure as it builds pushing the storm track north and shouldn'ting that cool ocean sea breeze the next several days. in fact we're light offshore today. the winds, but we will have a sea breeze immediately right at the coastline. if you are headed to the beach it should feel good. 49 palo alto. 45 maf moon bay. 42 in napa. and another look outside from our roof camera. so the fire danger elevated tonight and tomorrow. getting breezy above 1,000 feet.
north, northeast. and looking at warm weather not only tomorrow but peaking monday and a slight cooling getting under way. let's talk about where we should be this time of year. first column is average in san francisco. 70, 74 today. 72 in oakland. warmer there by 7 degrees. sand rafael in the 80s. also in the mid-80s in concord. two to four degrees warm frere inland east bay to peninsula. in san jose 83. a warm amp for you. tonight the winds beginning to kick up in the upper elevations of lake mendocino. napa and marin counties. be advised of that. if you are headed out tomorrow morning the winds gusty as well. out of the north-northeast. that will drive things out. appear the humidity highest in the morning. we won't recover in sunday or monday morning. with each day we build heat, dry out the atmosphere and it's the time of year we have to be careful out there. 83 santa clara. 85 in morgan hill. on the peninsula in the 80s.
you have a warm day today from redwood city to palo alto. san francisco, baufl at 74 degrees. north by look for 84. insomnia o vallejo 85. 82 in freedom fremont. heading inland mid-80s for you. a beautiful day today getting kind of warm out there. and your hardly strictly bluegrass festival in the 70s. that's what you would expect for october and that's what we have. certainly be careful out there. the accuweather seven-day forecast, nice day today. getting warmer with our high fire danger tonight into tomorrow. and the 90s will still be with us inland on monday. you download the accuweather app and we should trend cooler. you,lisa. seell rht whnk a new art exhibit is now open in san francisco. but rather than just entertain it's designed to correct wrong. abc 7 news anchor dan ashley has the details. >> at first glance some of the black and white photos in the
continuous thread exhibit appear to be a walk back in history. but in reality they're modern artworks meant to correct it. first, it helps to understand that the new kpebt at the san francisco art commission main gallery was inspired in part by a controversial sculpture, the work called early days with depiction of a native american lying at the feet of a missionary was removed from the civic krerpt. to offer a different view kurters decided to profile modern native americans in the bay area. >> i really wanted to feature who the indian community, the the native community is here. >> three photographers captured dozens of subjects. one brit bradley used a 19th ts the sctsen phs more an yo. >> injury part of that was about shifting narratives. indian people are relevant gaited to the turn of the century and we are vanishing
indians. in artist approach tries to take the process and reclaim it. >> we call it the strong hearted women. >> other photos capture president vibrant contributions of indigenous people from the women running the senative american health center to members of two spirits network who advocate for lgbtq people in native american communities across the country. >> and it's helped to bring them together. >> and interactive exhibits brings the name of native americans alive in the moving projection but the lasting theme might be justice captured by the scores of native americans sitting for por traits at the empty base that swuns supported early days. in san francisco, dan ashley, abc 7 news. the continuous thread exhibit runs through december 14th at the san francisco arts commission gallery. it's free to theolwi little the big race in san jose you have to stick around to find out about.
cht runners are getting ready for the rock 'n' roll half marathon in san jose. today there will be a health and fitness expo, the 5 k and kids rock race. it features the running colleges fitsness apparel and nutritional information running from 9:00 to 5:00 today at the san jose convention center. the 5 k starpts at 7:30 this morning. the kids race at 9:00. the half marathon and 10 k held oem tomorrow. next on abc mornings at 6:00 a.m. pg&e prompting another power shutdown because of the heat. it could mean lights out for some. how will it impact you? plus elementary students going to school not knowing about the severe danger beneath them. the race to retr
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kumasi aaron. let's look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen good morning. good morning, amanda. fog free conditions typical for this time of year. first weekend of october and trending warmer as high pressure builds closer to the coast, bringing a north northeast flow. upper elevations the winds are gusty. we do have elevated fire risk throughout the weekend. right now looking at the cool numbers in the north bay. mid-40s there. 45 towards san ramon. 55 in hayward. a red flag warning into effect at 8:00 tonight through 10:00 tomorrow. above 1,000 feet. mainly for the north bay hills. but with the warmth building each day and those winds trending slightly offshore, all of the bay area certainly should be vigilant.
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