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bui a b areais is "abc 7 mornings." good morning, everyone. i is, sunday, november 3rd i'm liz detrokroiz. >> another chilly morning with the clear sky and dry air mass. the current numbers you see the 2 in novato, 20s in hayward and concord. those are the dew points. the air treasure a little milder than that. everyone is mainly in the 40s out there. so 30s and 40s to start out with low to mid 70s throughout the day. that sun coming up at 6:37. moderate air quality today but check out that sunset, 5:08 tonight. hopefully you got that extra hour of sleep or probably still
enjoying that. we'll talk about if there's any changes in our seven-day outlook coming. sorrow, heart ache and remembering the good times, the loved ones of five killed in orinda are sharing theirries, c airbnb vow to make changes. the five people range from 19 to 29. these are their names provided by the contra costa sheriff's office. at least three others were injured at this party. video here posted on social media thursday night shows the home packed with people. the home had been rented out using the platform airbnb but the owners have told amanda del castillo -- media it was for a party. officers saw hundreds people running from the house. the associated press reports two guns were found at the scene. and the family of omar taylor jr. who was killed at the orinda party is speaking out to
abc 7 news. relatives are stunned by the violence. they say omar was there for one reason to entertain partygoers with music. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard sat down with the family. >> to get that phone call was devastating. >> reporter: laneisha epps never imagined the news would be so tragic. her stepson omar taylor jr., shot and killed at a halloween party in orinda. >> i personally feel like it is -- with such a careless act, it's such a traumatic experience that the family is taking on right now. >> reporter: taylor was there to deejay the party. >> music and deejaying and stuff that was his happiness. he had been in those type of environments and whatever before. i don't think he was going in thinking it was trouble or anything. >> reporter: amare taylor says his brother worked all the time as a deejay. the halloween party where about 100 people gathered another job to help support his young daughter. >> he was a good man, and if he was here right now, he would t
mon for h ro. >> r to t lifether omari, at c valley high played friday's game against de la sal. it's what omar would have wanted. >> he wanted to be successful in whatever he did and that was it. we wanted to care for everybody else and take care of his children's children children. that's what his plan was. >> reporter: at the house where the party was held we found nicole stagnaro and her son leaving flowers. >> i'm just trying to do something kind and i feel heless. what else can we do but support the family that have lost their loved ones and their children. >> that's the tragic part, everyone for halloween is just getting dressed up in a costume to have fun. >> yeah. >> and they think that they're going to go home. >> reporter: this family sending condolences to everyone touched by the tragedy. in orinda, cornell barnard abc 7 news.
rlatform in the wake of the orinda shooting. party houses will be banned on the site. in a statement on twitter airbnb ceo brian chesky said we are redoubling our efforts to combat unauthorized parties and get rid of abusive hosts and guest conduct that leads to the terrible events we saw in orinda. we must do better and we will. this is unacceptable. the company plans to expand manual screening of high risk reservations from a rapid response team and take immediate action against violators. here's the screen shot of the orinda homes listing page. airbnb says the listing banned parties and weapons. now the city of orinda may also be making changes to its short-term rental policy in the wake of this shooting. luz pena smoke-- spoke withhh mayor. >> reporter: halloween inside this home at 114 lucille way are
still vivid in many neighbors' minds. >> i don't feel safe knowing that someone could actually do this in our neighborhood. >> reporter: five people in their 20s lost their lives and police have not made any arrests. >> to be honest with you, i don't go out at night for the last few nights. i'm kind of scared. whoever did this, are they still around? >> reporter: we sat down with the mayor of orinda. >> did the city of orinda know of any previous parties that had taken place in that house? >> at this particular house my understanding is from our city manager and from our planning department that there was a complaint about parties earlier this year in february. >> reporter: the city provided records that say the owners of 114 lucille way registered their home as a short-term rental almost a year ago on november 21st, 2018. three months later the first complaint of a large party was registered. everything was resolved according to the mayor and then an e-mail was sent by a neighbor
at 9:35 p.m. halloween night when the fatal shooting happened. leaving the city now to make possible drastic changes. >> maybe the community wantso s where an owner is present at all times. >> reporter: flowers and notes were left outside the home to remember the victims. any with information can contact contra costa sheriff's department or the police department. they're gathering video and interviewing witnesses at this time. luz pena, abc 7 news. the shooting in orinda has shaken the community and the communities of the victims. if you or someone you love is struggling with grief or mental health we have resources on abc7news.com. look for the take action thumbnail to find your ally and get linked to professionals and groups that can help. now in the north bay, firefighters are gaining ground at the kincade fire.
cal fire says it's 74% contained. there is no change in the amount of acreage burned. it stands at more than 77,000 acres. 175 homes have been destroyed . mountain mike's pizza and redwood credit union in santa rosa gave out free pizza to evacuees and first responders all part of giving back to a community that's really been through so much. abc 7 news reporter lisa ameen ga lee shan has more. >> you're here because you've been evacuated, have no power, no gas, you're here for some kind of reason and everybody is welcome. >> reporter: support is coming in the form of pizza at mountain mike's on cleveland avenue in santa rosa the doors are open and the pizza is free to those who have been through a lot these past few days. >> we are giving free lunch buffet for the evacuees and fire department because they did a lot for us, and we want to give back to them. >> reporter: 10 out of 13 mountain mike's locations in the
north bay were closed because of the kincade fire. this location alone was evacuated for three days. >> we were out within 40 minutes when they came to the door. >> reporter: first responders saved mary and her family. >> i loaded my mom, my daughter, our three dogs and two cats all in my vehicle and drove. >> reporter: they all sit together breaking bread. >> it's nice to see everyone happy and smiling and glad they're back in their homes and that makes us feel special. it makes us feel like we've done our job right. >> reporter: it hasn't been easy for first responders. this private contracting firefighting crew has been in sonoma county for eight days. >> sleeping in our tents, getting dirty every day trying to make sure the town feels safe. >> reporter: getting this recognition is meaningful. >> we appreciate it, people showing us gratitude makes us feel good. >> reporter: in santa rosa, lisa amin gulezian, abc 7 news. >> there are ways to help people
affected by the kincade fire and the pg&e outages. more information on abc7news.com. happening today, speaking of the town of windsor in sonoma county is thanking first responders for their work in the kincade fire. people will gather at town green at 11:00 this morning to take a thank you photo for those who traveled to help protect and save lives and property. together with sonoma county firefighters, they helped save windsor. everyone is welcome and encouraged to bring their own thank you signs for the picture. just amazing being up there in the north bay and seeing how many signs there. thank you firefighters, thank you first responders, it's heartwarming. >> hard to belve iwaa week ago. we a looking at another chilly morning. in fact, we have a stagnant dry air mass with a clear sky. the light winds. how about 35 by the delta. it is 54 in san francisco, but 39 half moon bay. another day with some wide temperature swings and well above normal readings by about 3:00 this afternoon. we'll talk about it with my
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outstanding felony warrant. about ten acres of land burned and nobody was hurt. a fire burned at a homeless encampment in oakland on high street. the city calls the camp a fire hazard. there was another fire there last week that burned two rvs and some wooden structures. the city is planning to close the encampment by the end of the year. the recreational dungeness crab season is open but it may be a while before you see any local crab for sale at the store. the california department of fish and wildlife says crab finishing south of the mendocino sonoma county line poses a risk to whales that can get tangled up in crab fishing gear. officials say they are delaying the opening of the commercial season from november 15th to november 23rd. the department warns there could be additional delays due to home health risks or poor crab quality. popeye's chicken sandwich is making a return and the chain
says they will be ready. bloomberg reports the chain is hiring more staff to deal with the rush that they expect. you may remember the original debut was so popular that popeye's sold out. people rushed to get their hands on one, setting off the social media war. one person even tried selling a sandwich for $7,000 on ebay. crazy. maybe fast food isn't your thing or you're vegan, we have another option you might be interested in by a bay area company. vegan delivery company atlas monroe makes plant-based fried chicken sandwiches. ceo deborah torres was in studio last week on abc 7 news at 4:00. and tells us she was inspired after adopting a healthier lifestyle because of her dad. >> my father was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. my whole family and i we went on a raw vegan and organic diet for 90 days. >> that sounds stuff. we got hang gri and we started like going to work in the
kitchen making raw lasagna, raw tacos, raw burgers all that kind of stuff. we took walks with him every day as well and at the end of the 90 days he was completely healed. >> wow. >> amazing. >> ms awesome. we returned to eating cooked foods but stayed vegan and started making other delicious things like fried chicken and now you see atlas monroe today. >> wow. and volunteers were out in east oakland -- excuse me i'm told the company appeared on abc's show "shark tank" and they turned down a $1 million deal made the sharks. sounds like they're doing all right on their own right now. that's awesome. volunteers were out in east oakland planting trees and as you can see oakland a's mascot stomper was there to help. it's part of an effort by alameda county to prevent illegal dumping along railroad avenue and also to help beautify the neighborhood and improve air quality and transform east oakland. >> a night of candles, painted faces and dancing. ♪
so much fun. this is dia de los muertos day of the dead, an ancient celebration that began in central mexico but reinvented in san francisco's mission district over the weekend. a day to remember loved ones who passed away but live on in memory and last night people walked through the mission holding candles. many painted their faces with a ghostly white makeup. so much fun and obviously that was made even more popular by cocoa the disney movie and a check now of the weather with lisa. a little chilly yesterday, wasn't it? >> it was certainly to get started but, you know, by the afternoon, temperatures from 5 to 10 degrees above average. 70s in san francisco and 70s along the coast. here's a look at our air quality. good along the south central bay but from today, tomorrow into tuesday we are looking at moderate air quality. it's not a spare the air alert but an advisory if you're in the far north bay.
haziy conditions from time to time. we are starting out with the clear sky and temperatures in to pleasanton and san ramon. closer to the bay, san carlos 53, san francisco 54 with numbers in the 40s in san jose, 38 in napa, and santa rosa. so if we go up in height above 1,000 feet, relative humidity still really dry out there so even no we're getting a weak sea breeze throughout the afternoon, looking at about 17% relative humidity around mt. diablo. atlas peek, above half moon bay 22%. the 10% core dough za ridge, we're not going to get any big changes until we see some rain come in here and unfortunately it doesn't look like that's going to happen as we look at our forecast highlights, clear and cold this morning with mild and sunny days throughout the week. that's bringing us above average but the dry pattern looks like it's going to continue, at least
for the first ten days or so of november. so as we look at the potential for rain not only in the bay area, but the north coast, southern california, here we have it. just absolutely nothing the next seven days. we'll continue to see the cold mornings, though, and probably we've got the heat cranked on. through the early part of the week still some 80s here. this is tuesday. we've got about 80 in antioch and livermore, still 70s around oakland, san francisco, let's take you into wednesday. coming down a couple degrees. can't really tell, right, the difference. we still have the yellows inland, some of the greens closer to the coast. and as we go into thursday, yeah, very, very little change. so i would call this a stagnant weather pattern underneath a big dome of high pressure that is not getting out of here any time soon. so as we transition into your sunday, once again, we've got numbers pretty much in the 70s although san francisco, half moon bay, with that little weak
sea breeze mid and upper 60s for you today. 71 in oakland, 70 palo alto, look for 78 in napa and then tonight certainly the cool spots once again in the north bay with the 30s, upper 30s livermore, 39 in morgan hill and the accuweather seven-day forecast, lots of sunshine with 60s, 70s, and maybe near 80 out by the delta. you download our accuweather app and try to make out the changes. we've got the cold mornings in some areas, some patchy frost, mild afternoon, and temperatures above normal. so you can by the middle of the week when we cool down a bit and add in a little bit of extra cloud cover, not really much change out there. and this has happened before. it really isn't representative of what kind of winter we're going to have but for now it's dry. >> what a difference a weeks makes, right. >> yeah. >> that's what's crazy to see too. thanks. the abc 7 family passed and present got together to say goodbye to a family member. dozens filled then san francisc
to remember videographer lorne morrison who passed away in august. here's abc 7 news anchor eric thomas. >> we want to spend a few minutes just reflecting and remembering our beloved colleague. >> reporter: the turnout was impressive, whether you were in the midst of it or gazing down from a heavenly paradise. lorne morrison was a fixture in the photography department at abc 7 for 38 years until cancer took his wisdom, wit and integritity from us. some of the people who knew and loved him best got together to swap stories and memories, remember dr. dean adele. >> lorne would be so happy to see how well, he was appreciated and understood. >> reporter: the list of people who came to speak about their respect for lorne was equally impressive. >> there were so many people i think that are better off having known lorne and i consider myself at the top of the list. >> there was never an occasion when the coverage you know would be other than honest and
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welcome back. as we reported earlier most of the mandatory evacuations from the kincade fire are downgraded or lifted completely. now it's time to bring your home back to normalcy. 7 on your side michael finney has good advice for when you get home. >> there is a lot they will have to do. if your neighborhood had a power outage start by checking with your neighbors to be sure they do not need your help. you will remember to reset digital timers, clocks and alarms but need to reset your network reuters. alarm systems and garage doors. you may need to restart your heating and air conditioning system too and that gets complicated or can. you need to check your owners manual or call in a professional. if your home was in or near a wildfire zone look for hot embers around your house, especially on the roof, under decks and in scrawl spaces. there could be water damage from fire fighting. you need to keep an eye out for
mold now. check for utility poles that might have been weakened. i just spoke with lloyd drake, he warns agains opening your >> so when you first enter your home, don't open your refrigerator to check. that's a bad idea. right? >> going in, and if you had no power and the refrigerator has been off, the last thing you want to do is open up that refrigerator and have the odor of the rotting food come out into the room. it's very hard to get rid of. it's actually a little bit harder than the soot. you can determine that right away. you can open for like half a second and then you'll know right away if it's rotted. if it is then you need to -- the next time you open it up, dumping all of the contents out of there and getting it out of the house as soon as possible. >> a couple other tips from
emily rush, run your car's air conditioner on recirculated so not to bring any smoky air into your car. inside your home, you'll want to change the air filters on your hvac system or air filter system. i want to hear from you, my 7 on your side hotline is open monday through friday 10:00 to 2:00, 415-954-8151 and reach me on my facebook pa facebook page and abc7news.com. i'm michael finney. >> it can take a long time to get the smoke smell out of your car. isn't it hard to believe it's november and get this macy's unveiled a few of their thanksgiving day parade balloons during a test flight. here's a look at video provided by macy's. the newest version of peanut's snoopy, flying ham mobile carrying sam and guy from dr. seuss' green eggs and mam, sponge bob and slug gary and
timely for california, smokey the bear. that's a cute one. this year there are several big anniversaries to celebrate. >> we havep. >> -- snoopy to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing andy have smokey the bear, celebrati celebrating his 75th anniversary. >> the management team has had to test out each and every balloon, mickey made his debut in 1934. snoopy will always be my favorite. still to common "abc 7 mornings," new video shows a man frantically trying to get his neighbor to evacuate during a wildfire in southern california this week. the neighbor's response coming up. an oakland street wear designer gaining attention of celebrities around the world. more importantly making a difference for some kids right here in the bay area.
news to build a better bay area this is "abc 7 mornings." >> good morning. we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> hey, liz. very dry air mass once again and with that temperatures have been allowed to drop into the 30s in some of our protected locations. check it out, it's cold rosa and knnovato, 43 in gilroy. and our air quality well so far we are looking at moderate conditions up in the north bay. taking you through san francisco, oakland, fremont and san jose mostly moderate as well. through the afternoon the dry air mass warms quickly. 1:00 we're in the upper 60s to low to mid 70s and then by about
4:00, we're still holding on to those mid 70s. cooler at the coast, a slight onshore push. another chilly one tonight. can we break out of this pattern? i'll let you know coming up as we look at the accuweather seven-day forecast in a few minutes. >> thanks. the presidential candidates are on the campaign trail in iowa hoping to connect with voters in the early caucus state. rachel scott takes a look at some of the democrats hoping to win their party's nomination. >> reporter: with the iowa caucuses three months away the candidates are making their case to voters. >> we can have medicare for all without raising taxes one cent on middle-class families. >> reporter: health care continues to be an issue that divides the democrats. >> the only way we're going to provide comprehensive, universal health care in this country, the only way we're going to ugosts is to move to a made care for all single payer
system. >> reporter: cory booker is pushing a different method one of unity, saying americans need to unite. >> it is time we get back to sense of common cause, common purpose and understand we are not each other's enemy that the enemy is our division. >> reporter: former vice president joe biden has been an early frontrunner since launching his campaign. >> i feel confident about where we are. i think we'll do here. >> reporter: south bend mayor pete buttigieg has seen a surge in the polls. >> our vision is connecting with iowans. the idea of not just making sure that we defeat president trump, but making sure we're ready for what comes next and actually having a plan for how to bring the country together even while we're pursuing bold policy actions. >> reporter: senator kamala harris sees this as a fight for the country. >> it's a fight for our system of justice, it's a fight for our democracy. >> reporter: harris has lost momentum and cut staff and closed some campaign offices in order to focusen the early caucus states. rachel scott, des moines.
coming up on "this week" george stephanopoulos goes one on one with democratic presidential candidate mayor pete buttigieg. you can watch the full interview on this week with george stephanopoulos at 8:00 right here on abc 7. a mandatory evacuation order has been issued when a southern california man noticed a neighbor had not gotten out. >> henry. get out. >> this footage was captured by marcy's doorbell camera. you can see that neighbor frantically knocking on the door. the hillside fire was closing in on their neighborhood. she says her nay boar had four young kids under 6. she saw how close the fire had come and got her family out quickly. six nearby homes were destroyed. she says firefighters saved her. we should keep that in mind
during the wildfires. the 49th new york city marathon is set to start in a little over an hour on the east coast. this is a live look at the route right now. this is considered the largest than 50,000 runners from more than 125 counties -- countries and all 50 states. for others it's a spectator sport. new york police are prepared for the crowds and promise a hugely successful race. >> there will be thousands of cops working this sunday, most of them will be in uniform and highly visible posts but as always, we'll have a team of officers who you won't see keeping people safe. >> some of the celebrities running include former bachelorette andy dorfman, amy robach and former giants running back tiki barber. by day known as an oakland street wear fashion designer with people donning his sneakers, but over the weekend he has a project with a positive
impact on kids around the bay. we have ♪ >> this one is your sneaker. >> that's the first shoe i designed. >> reporter: footwear designer devin carter's sneakers have blown up gaining the attention of celebrities and people all over the world. >> power of social media. >> if it wasn't for social media i wouldn't as popular as i am. >> reporter: upstairs on the weekend he's teaching kids how to sew. >> schools don't have arts and crafts programs so we have a lot of black and brown kids that don't have an outlet. >> reporter: the students are doing everything. bleaching shirts, distressing fabrics. >> like a v-cut and then you cut this. >> rorr: felt kee were washington amongst the students
of fashion. >> when i was younger my mom sewed and i never learned how to sew. i taught myself later in life because i thought it was for girls. we're going to go to zigzag. >> reporter: that stitch is a bit like carter's patch. he dabbled in customizing sneakers in college but it eventually fizzled. he joined the u.s. coast guard and ended up in the bay area and then -- >> i went to the fashion institute for design and merchandising in san francisco. >> from the military to fashion school. >> literally. like i -- this is a crazy story people don't really know. >> reporter: his students thankful for his service and a career change. >> the class, it's cool. it's a lot of cool spirits in here. everybody is creative. >> what are you wearing today? >> i'm learning how to control my foot on the pedal. last time i stomped on up and messed up the whole thing. >> reporter: carter is the definition of self-made, designs his own samples, his shoes found only in his store and he says this work is about passing on
his blessing. >> congratulations, devlin carter you are an abc 7 star with the work you're doing with these students. keep them sewing because it's awesome. if you know someone visit our website abc7news.com. reporting in the studio, abc 7 news. >> i love that. that is awesome. devlin carter is always welcoming new students. visit our website as well. still ahead on "abc 7 mornings," soon you will be able to sing along under the sea. we'll have a preview of "the little mermaid live." here is a live look from our roof camera out over the embarcadero. the time is 5:37. 54 degrees in san francisco. lisa argen will have your forecast in
welcome back. a live look of the san mateo bring. it's a chilly morning. chilly the past few days. let's talk about something happening locally today. thousands of runners will hit the streets of san francisco for the annual golden gate bridge half marathon and 5k. a live look from our golden gate bridge camera. the race starts at 7:00 this morning. just over an hour from now. runners will start on vanness between fort mason and aquatic park. they will end at beach street. if you're driving in the city be aware there are street closures. i think i saw they asked people to be done in three hours so it doesn't go too long into the day with streets. >>ome on. icoldut there.
4 deges. the he per 40s. so yes, we're g tbay. but 70s were widespread yesterday. maybe a few degrees of cooling today. stay tuned, i've got a look at the week ahead in a few minutes. also next, a shorthanded warrior shows fight with an inspired effort against the hornets. was it enough to get the team's first win? first win? chris alvarez has the ♪ sup. wh- whacha doing? i'm watching food. try my $3 cheddar bacon loaded curly fries. get 'em delivered with doordash. i just add a spoonful to my marinades... ...to stir frys... ...sauces. just whisk it in... ...brush it on... sauté it. it adds a "cooked all day taste"
rrel. and it's only at cracker barrel. ♪ ♪ try my $3 steak and parm loaded curly fries. get 'em delivered with doordash. welcome back. a live look from our roof camera over the bay bridge. looks so beautiful there. lights on. time right now is 5:43. still 54 degrees here in the city. all right. ever dreamed of being a professional football player? well, now might be your chance. today the oakland panthers
indoor football team is holding its first ever tryout. former raiders running back marshawn lynch is a coowner and plans to be there. tryouts will be held at 9:00 a.m. and noon at oakland tech high's football stadium. the team will play at the former oracle arena starting in march. and speaking of sports the raiders are back home, hoping to snap a two-game skid. the silver and black face the detroit lions at ring central coliseum. kickoff is at 1:05. tomorrow night the injury plagued warriors will take on the portland trail blazers at chase center. still looking for their first win at home. last night golden state came up short against the charlotte hornets. here's chris alvarez with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> reporter: well, this isn't the warriors lineup anybody expected to see when the season began. injuries have depleted them and saturday night golden state only suited up nine players. d'angelo russell out, sore ankle, draymond green, torn ligaments in his finger, eric pascal gets the ball from
marquess chris, throws it in for two. another look. that was nice. warriors up 2. bj washington flies into the lane and tloez it down, two handed jam. final seconds of the first, jordan pool, shake, bake and bank off the window and in and the shot clock expired. they're battling spellman, the block on one end and bowman, in transition, lays it up and in. 50-43 late in the second. willy cully stein. it's that easy when that tall. the 7 footer makes it look easy. warriors up 1. final minutes, terry roser, the contact and connect. he had 20 points on the night. dubs down 1. the ball with 25 seconds to go. drama late. chase center, damion lee can't get the ball in bounces the turnover, the hornets win 93-87.
>> that's a tough one. that's a tough one. our gis played fantastic basketball and fought like crazy and then their coach decided to screw things up at the end. i take responsibility for that one. >> it's a long season. i feel like we took a good step in the right direction as a team and just playing hard and even though everybody is out, i mean just having fun. i mean let's not take the fun out of the game. >> sharks hosting the canuckss, tough loss friday. another tough loss saturday. first period elias petterson, the puck, made it 2-0, vancouver is wins 5-2. san jose 4-10-1. san jose state hosting boise state, mc hammer on the sidelines. going 4 and 4 on third down. love takes it in himself. love that. 14-0, spartans. second quarter, hank backmeyer picked off by brandon izele. that leads to more points. 16 yards to isiah hamilton.
24-17, spartans upset alert on. boise state gets 14 in the third. chase cord runs it on in. the broncos take their first lead at 31-27. packer, helping his team regain the lead. his second score of the game. 34-31. san jose state. the broncos regain the lead. andrew van burren will ice it, 32 yards to the house. boise state wins 52-42. raiders back home will play the lions at the coliseum. we'll see you later. o cf1 o >> a rough start for the warrior this season. >> hey, liz. wish i could mix it up, but we are still in this dry pattern where we are going to have a little bit of an onshore push today in san francisco. but not much. maybe about five to ten miles an hour and that may bring our temperatures down a few degrees. we've had widespread 70s from half moon bay to san francisco and things are going to be
changing just sutley. as we look at our morning temperatures right now, we're cold. typically cold from upper 30s santa rosa, novato, 30s livermore to oakland, 42 gilroy, san jose is at 45 and then overnight tonight again remember we have the early sunset at 5:10 but overnight towards your mond morning dropping back into the upper 30s, san jose with mid 40s and we are stuck with this dry air mass and this ridge of high pressure that is keeping the storm track well to the north and allowing not only california to be dry, but oregon and seattle as well. here's a live look outside from the exploratorium camera. it's quiet and chilly but in the city 54 degrees. mild in san francisco where elsewhere we have dropped into thety quickly upper elevations, the relative humidity still quite dry in the teens and as we look at our air quality moderate
air quality throughout the day. up in the north bay, just say south of heels burg, a little hazy, towards the deltand oakland, san francisco, over into freemont and san jose, livermore you might notice the different light cast to the sun today but as we look at walnut creek it is nice and clear with that sun coming up at about 6:30. yeah. looking at that earlier sunrise out there. clear and cold this morning. mild and sunny throughout the week ahead. we may shave off a few degrees as we go through the middle of the work week. the first half of the work week looking at a slight sea breeze out there, but all in all, that dry pattern continues and we'll be looking at no rain in the forecast. going out to oakland today what a beautiful day. tailgating, temperatures in the low 70s. 1:00, sunshine throughout the afternoon and 75 degrees by about 4:00. remember that sun setting after 5:00. let's take a look at the south
bay then, 76 today in san jose, 75 santa clara, number on the peninsula from the upper 60s in redwood city to about 68 in millbrae, 70 palo alto and mountaintoda in the sunset distt and up in the north bay, widespread upper 70s from calistoga to santa the east bay look for 71, 73, head inland around concord and pleasanton and walnut creek should be in the mid 70s. the accuweather seven-day forecast, a string of sunny and mild afternoons but the overnight lows chilly, 30s, 40s and 50s so the accuweather seven-day forecast, can't find any rain but if you do download our accuweather app you know some of the protected valleys get really cold. probably turning your heat on this for time of year. by the afternoon, getting in some of the better air perhaps, but it is still air advisory, you know, to advise today, not a spare the air alert, the air quality advisory.
not exactly pristine, but still nice, sunny and mild. >> good to know. i think it's going to be change for everyone at 5:00. the sea in just two days, "the little mermaid" live will air right here on abc 7. the cast for the live stage production made-for-tv includes alili, john, and queen latifah. sandy from our sister station in new york has a preview. >> "the little mermaid" live is truly a unique experience. >> reporter: at the center of the broadcast is a teenager. but aerial is backed up by an army, off screen and on. >> i look like sebastian already, man. >> reporter: not sure the performer known as shaggy looks like a crab from jamaica but he was born there and his experience performing live is vital for this version of "the little mermaid." >> i've done, you know, these
kind of live situations so i don't know if there's a nervousness or craziness, but i'm not feeling it right now. i'm really happy, really excited, glad to bring the character back in to the caribbean feel to it and all of that. >> part animated film, part live spectacle. >> reporter: the role of ursula is played by queen latifah. >> the movie is going to be playing but then there are these musical numbers that go live. >> you'll see the characters pop out and come to life. >> reporter: the cast has been in las vegas to practice going back and forth. ♪ under the sea ♪ under the sea >> reporter: between the film and live performance. >> i mean there are hundreds of pup tears and dancer and aerialists. ♪ unfortunate souls >> reporter: that sounded complicated to kelly and ryan when latifah went live with them but all agreed the costumes are cool.
>> the latx number and my tentacles. don't get me started on my tentacles. >> reporter: sandy kenyon, abc news new york. >> i cannot think of a better casting than queen latifah for ursula. airs tuesday at 8:00 only on abc 7. disney is the parent company of abc 7. all right. next, it's the oscars of science. the celebrities who will be in the bay area to honor innovators today.
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at nasa aims research center in mountain view. it celebrates achievingments in physics, life sciences and math. ew barrymore, james corden and edward norton. the red carpet arrivals begin at 3:30. next, remembering the lives of the five people killed at a party in orinda. what changes leaders vow to make this week. how a north bay restaurant is giving back to first responders and evacuees of the kincade fire.
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prevagen. healthier brain. better life. good morning, everyone. hope you're having a great sunday. it is november 3rd. i'm liz kruetz. a look at the weather here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> live doppler 7, clear sky, we're looking at the earl sunrise 6:37. it is in the 40s in san josehe bay. here's a look from our roof camera where san francisco is the mildest in the 50s. look at all those 30s from santa rosa to petaluma, napa, also in livermore this morning, and, of course, fairfield at 35 degrees. finally from our east bay hills camera that is mount diablo.