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moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. the war in ukraine with a surprise guest speaker nancy pelosi stepping into the war zone for an overnight meeting with ukraine president zelensky. good morning. it's sunday may 1st. i'm j r stone in for liz kreutz. let's first start with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist. lisa argent. morning to you. hi everyone starting out with some patchy fog along the san mateo coast. otherwise, it's a cooler start out there and as we look at live doppler 7, you can see our sweep on top of mount saint helena. otherwise we are clear and temperatures are cool in some of our valleys 49 castro valley 48 in berkeley with 52 in union city. we've got about 50 at the san
carlos airport and pacifica, but in the north bay four to six degrees colder compared to 24 hours ago and from our east bay hills camera vomer peak good visibility there by noontime 60s and 70s and that's going to be a warmer day, but still going to be breezy to windy at the shoreline cool there in the fifties, but as we get towards the afternoon, we're in the upper 70s to near 80 inland and we'll talk about abrupt cool down for your monday that's coming up in a few minutes jr. thank you so much lisa. we begin with the war in ukraine is the russian assault escalates this morning and a surprised unannounced visit to the middle of the war zone house speaker nancy pelosi of san francisco traveled to the ukrainian city of kiev capital city there on saturday this new videos sent from ukraine's president zelensky speaker. pelosi is the most senior us official to meet with ukraine's president since the war broke out more than two months ago.
to say thank you for your fight for freedom that we are a frontier freedom and that your fight is a fight for everyone and so our commitment is to be there for you. speaker pelosi was joined by four other congressional. lawmakers on thursday president biden asked congress for 33 billion dollars in additional funding aimed at supporting ukraine over the next all months this morning new video is now giving us a new picture of one of the country's hardest hit areas abc news reporter christine. sloan has what we're now learning about those fleeing and what president biden is saying about those covering the conflict on the front lines. across ukraine people continue to flee to safety at least half the residents in the eastern city of leman in the fiercely fought region of donuts have fled since the start of the war saturday around 20 people most
of elderly warding a minivan. so you the woman saying they are shelling all the time. the windows had been smashed in our house. the missiles are in the yards further south new satellite. images show the destruction of mariopal much of the city reduced to rubble ukrainian officials say about 100,000 residents. are immortal danger due to the attacks? unsanitary conditions? and a shortage of food and water victoria nikolayeva among those still in the besieged city peter mafakazur. we were hungry shells were hitting near the house. she says we were thinking this is it the end russian forces focusing on ukraine's east and south after failing to capture the capital city of keith, but kiev is not immune to attacks by russian forces a missile strike late, thursday killed prominent ukrainian journalists vera herrick at the white house. respondents dinner president
biden praising the ukrainians and the journalists covering the war. we've all seen the courage of the ukrainian people because of the courage of american reporters in this room and your colleagues across the world around the ground taking their lives in their own hands attacks are coming from both. see russia now claiming. they hit ukrainian power substations using caliber missiles fired from submarines in the black sea in his address saturday president zelensky calling the conflict a quote senseless war and added thousands more russian soldiers will be killed in the coming weeks christine, sloan abc news, new york. actress angelina jolie visited a boarding school in medical institution saturday in the western ukrainian city of laviv military officials there say, she talked with children who were hurt in a russian missile strike. jolie is a united nations special envoy member for refugees, but the un says this visit was a personal one.
coming up on this week the ukrainian ambassador to the us will be sitting down for an exclusive. one conversation on the very latest with the russian invasion. you can watch the full interview on this week with george stephanopoulos at 8am this morning morning right here on abc 7. we'll do this morning neighbors in san francisco kept up late into the night because of multiple sideshows ripping through the streets overnight video shared shows the first show right on the corner of harrison and main streets right near the bay bridge overpass witnesses. tell us it got going around 12:15 this morning with fireworks spray-painted graffiti and charred streets from all of the burnt rubber. they say the cars jammed nearby side roads. so police couldn't get to them another sideshow was reported later on in the balboa park neighborhood around 1 am witnesses said there were at least 500 people at that location. police have not said if any
arrests were made or if any cars were towed. this morning a family is devastated after a pickup truck plunges into the ocean and san mateo county a man from santa cruz county is one of two people who died in that crash at pescadero beach investigators believe the driver was heading west on pescadero creek road on friday when he apparently drove through the highway one intersection and a parking lot careening down a cliff and into the ocean abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard talked with the driver's sister. just you know, i don't know to see. see what what was left. i found his shoe elizabeth. anaya came to pescadero state beach to mourn her older brother ippolito the chp told her family. he was one of the victims found inside a toyota tacoma truck after it crashed into the water friday night around 8:45. he was new turn 40 this year.
he has three nieces. a mom it my sister. i'm just playing right now elizabeth fears the other victim found inside the truck may be her brother's girlfriend's young daughter, but the girlfriend is still missing information that leads us to believe that third party may have been in the vehicle the time of the crash. so we're working with the coast guard you try to locate that third party. the coast guard says that search was called off saturday morning after a third person could not be located. the chp says the truck ran that stop. here at pescadero creek road, it crossed highway 1 into the beach parking lot and kept on going into the water. a broken pose and torn landscaping marks the spot where the truck plunged 30 feet into the water neighbor robbed talbot says it's a dangerous stretch of road. this is like the six or seven time in recent memory in the last 30 40 years that people are on pescular road and they just think the roads going and
they're expecting maybe big signals and there aren't any the ch, he says the crash is under investigation. he was in this area he was her brother ippolito was near the beach friday but is struggling to understand how it ended in tragedy coming over here trying to find answers all the san mateo county coast cornell bernard abc 7 news. new developments this morning in the ongoing strike of stanford nurses. the two dueling sides have reached a tentative agreement 5,000 nurses at the hospital and lucille packard children's hospital first hit the picket lines on monday union says the agreement made friday night includes a 7% wage increase this year along with another 5% next april. an additional week of vacation union membership will vote sometime today on whether to approve the agreement results are expected monday stanford healthcare tweeted a statement about the agreement saying in
part throughout the negotiations the parties continued to work in good faith and have now accomplished our shared goal of agreeing on contract terms that we can be proud of happening today hundreds of marchers will take to the streets of san francisco and in cities around the country for may day may 1st. also known as international workers day. it's held worker marches and rallies for decades. this is video from one. here organizers say this year's events are especially important with the ongoing issues of income inequality racial injustice and covid-19 the march in san francisco kicks off at 10 am along san francisco's embarcadero a march and rally is also planned in san jose at 10 am going from roosevelt park. to city hall well happening today the second round showdown begins golden state warriors going up against the memphis grizzlies and the nba playoffs
the proven veterans of the warriors have a tough o at the bright young talent of the grizzlies golden state last played on wednesday winning their first round series against the denver nuggets this time of year little extra rest never hurts four days is kind of ideal really so you you theory you get to keep your rhy. what you have little time to prepare we had a good practice today, and now we'll fly out. so we feel we've had you know really ideal kind of prep time going into game one playoffs. it brings the opportunity where just who's gonna be the better team in this particular series and we're excited about the opportunity obviously start on the road going into a hostile environment. hopefully get off to a good the warriors start these western conference semifinals on the road because the grizzlies had a better regular season record while the game will be in memphis. chase center is throwing a free watch party. it thrives city starting at 11. am the game will air on the 3100
square foot outdoor video board. they're also be a host of activities including live entertainment pictures and a kids zone go dubs. you can catch the game. here between the warriors and grizzlies right here on abc 7 coverage starts at 12:30 this afternoon immediately followed by after the game meteorologist lisa argent here now the little more on what's coming up in weather. yeah. we have a warmer day today. except if you're at our beaches is still going to be kind of gusty there alive. look outside. nice view here temperature right around 50 san francisco. we could see near 80 inland but in between very comfortable have the details next. also i had catering crime after suffering and surviving the pandemic of bay area catering company is struck by thieves, but the truck mysteriously returns just hours later. we are great neighbors the north beach and chinatown. it's a neighborhood noodle
so you can have more success tomorrow. matriarch of the grammy winning group. the judds has died her daughters, winona and ashley judged and announced her death yesterday saying quote. we lost our mother to the dise. of mental illness the judge were to be inducted into the country music hall of fame today. they had just announced an arena tour to begin in the fall the mother-daughter performers of scored 14 number one songs in a care. care that has spanned nearly three decades. naomi judd was 76 to the north bay after barely surviving the pandemic a a catering company had its only delivery truck stolen this week only to be found with missing parts. 87 news reporter tim johns spoke to the owner who says with their busiest time of year just around
the corner. they're now wondering what they'll do next. for the past 26 years terry everly has run her catering company kita morin out of this small storefront in san rafael since 1996. she and her company have survived many ups and downs, but earlier this week. they were dealt another blow my chef came into the kitchen on thursday morning and did not see the van in the parking lot where we always park. at some point between the close of wednesday and opening on thursday someone stole everly's only delivery van a vehicle that one of her employees found several hours later a couple of blocks. the road on this hill where it's still stuck realize that they took the catalytic converter catalytic converter thefts have skyrocketed in recent years around the bay area. and across the nation a trend that can cost victimized car owners thousands of dollars to get their vehicles fixed money ever. we says she just doesn't have do i want to put $5,000 into a
twenty six year old van and fix it up. maybe i i don't know and with her. this finally starting to get back on its feet after nearly two years of pandemic related restrictions, but we says she's unsure. of what she'll do next this vehicle is val. it may not have a book value, but it's really valuable to us to get our equipment to and from events. really says she has filed a police report with san rafael pd and says despite the challenges in front of her shall survive one way or another understand. we're all going through hard times and you know, we've got to do what we can do to survive and do but gosh to do things to small businesses that are just coming back. it's really a below it really really is in san rafael tim johns abc 7 news. happening today in the south bay the first kanye san jose of spring will be held the event is part of a citywide program to get people outside to enjoy parks and outdoor spaces following covid-19 closures.
nearly five miles of san jose streets will be closed to cars allowing people to walk bike or skate through neighborhoods cities parks and rec department is planning another event later this spring it begins at 10 am today our mission here at abc 7 news is to build a better bay area through this pandemic by bringing communities and cultures closer together this weekend to san francisco festival is back after a 12 year hiatus abc 7 news anchor de i'm covered that it wasn't just a way for two neighborhoods to showcase good food. it was a show of solidarity and rebirth after several tough years. this is look so fascinating. it was professedf asi-arican pac islander mthw're a 30 rta
ca tether. th specialties, this is our gemelli pasta. it's with fresh. pesto that we make. it's an agave pesto with toasted pine nuts a little bit of dur. tomatoes are imported from italy and then of course shape parmigiano-reggiano over the top. this is one of my favorites. it was a way for the community to learn something new like dumpling making and try new cuisines. it's really fine because i probably wouldn't have gone to all these different restaurants. otherwise the festival supported by the office of economic workforce development and the chinatown community development center among others was proof both neighborhoods were back in business. a tough few years businesses are just trying to get back up on their feet. so we thought it'd be really important to have an event for a chinatown and north beach to encourage people to come back like we're open we're here and we're so excited we neighbors the north beach and chinatown so all of us should be united and bring more people back doodle fest was last held in 2010 back then neighborhoods competed against each other for which dish would rainut
dodto botcounities. pushforter dsrganizerd abc 7 news that the tickets to is noodlefest sold out in less than two days. they're planning to hold the event again next year join right now by meteorologist lisa archin. it appears you are supporting your warriors with your blue on so maybe warriors and noodles today. i like that. i like the sound of that. why not noodles any day right? good morning. everyone loved doppler seven showing you a system to the east of us and that's gonna initiate a drying wind to warm us up a little bit today, but we're still going to have that sea breeze. so yesterday it was quite gusty out there in spots. but today the winds will be typical along the coast and a bit of a breeze right now 47 in walnut creek lots of 50s out there from concord to livermore, san carlos and right on the coast.
or a pacifica 41 in los gatos, so it is a cooler start as the winds are calm. we're looking at temperatures anywhere from two to six degrees cooler, but we'll reverse that trend and look for highs today. climbing through the 70s in many inland valley locations. nice view from our sutro tower camera sunny breezy slightly warmer today and gusty winds will reverse that trend tomorrow temperatures will be dropping for a pretty cool day on monday and then winds will go offshore tuesday and wednesday for a quick warm-up. we could see numbers near 90 on wednesday that looks to be the warmest day of the week. so 10 o'clock winds are pretty light except along the coast or beginning to build three. stock 15 to 25 mile an hour winds for most of us, but at the coast the gus stronger and then into the evening hours, they'll dial back. look what happens on monday. we're starting out breezy and then it gets pretty windy throughout the afternoon. this is another system that's going to miss us to the north,
but look at those winds over 40 miles an hour. a coast keeping it breezy and temperatures dropping for your monday house today though in the 70s in san jose so nice looking day for you 72 in sunnyvale. mostly sunny skies here numbers up a few degrees from those upper 60s yesterday on the peninsula 71 san mateo look for about 70 mountain view 71 in los altos and on the coast again numbers run around 60 breezy winds 65 downtowns 65 downtown h should be in the low 70s in the north bay. so we're a little bit warmer than that with 75 in novato near 80 calistoga getting into the yellows here and some of the oranges indicating the warmer air pushing through but as we get towards our east bay pleasant with 72 in hayward 71 in san leandro berkeley about 70 today, so a few degrees warmer for you and you head inland and you'll notice a few 80s here out towards antioch and pittsburgh fairfield 8476 in the san ramon. valley and as we look at the
accuweather 7-day forecast notice as we get into your monday the winds kick up that's gonna allow for the numbers to come down at least six degrees or so from the bay to our inland valleys and it never was that warm anyway at the coast but even cooler there tuesday and wednesday that offshore flow quickly warms us up upper elevations north and east bay hills little gusty at times and then that sharp cool down on thursday over the weekend. we're back to more more average temperatures with our onshore. so it's been kind of quiet except for that breeze dictating the ups and downs throughout the next several days, but pretty nice out there chair. yeah, at least so that breeze blasted me last night and you even warned me about it too. oh, well, what's that time of year? exactly. thank you so much. well, it's the top 10 showdown on american idol tonight on abc 7 for any contestant making it this point. it's hard enough. but for one contestant, it's a small challenge compared to his past life struggles that story next.
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got talent the teenager had already faced the challenge that would have intimidated just about anyone. i was born i was diagnosed with a very rare rental disorder called libra's congenital amaurosis and that's caused by a gene that's missing in your eye at the age of 12. he was rapidly going completely blind. that's something that that messed me up for a little while. what do you know and his family took a chance on an experimental form of gene therapy that restored his sight in fact been proved so successful. he testified about its effectiveness to government regulators. they wanted to share the experience that they wanted to hear the stories. they wanted to hear what it was like going from nothing to seeing all these new incredible things for the first time. and it's been a blessing. so now others faced with his rare condition won't have to go blind that shows as though that built me up with my confidence to do what i'm doing today. i'm sandy kenyon abc 7 news. you can watch all the drama of
american idol right here on abc 7 tonight at 5:00 and stay with us for abc 7 news after the show still to come on abc 7 morning. into the battle zone hearing from the san francisco nurse helping on the front lines in ukraine ever since the war broke out plus a return to tradition jokes flying from the first white house correspondence dinner in six years and president biden stepped up with his best set of jokes.
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from last night's white house correspondence dinner, but once the got rolling the clapping. turn to laughter from there. good morning. we'll get to all those stories and more in a moment. let's first start this half hour with a look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa arjun. alright, welcome to may everyone. we're starting out with slightly cooler temperatures ending with warmer readings except at the shoreline today. where once again we'll have that breeze and temperatures near 60 47 in walnut creek as well as martinez and pleasant hill it is 49 downtown with 43 in santa rosa. so we're waking up anywhere from two to seven. cooler to start out, but by nine o'clock. we'll see a couple of 60s out towards san ramon and oakland 61 in santa rosa one o'clock upper 60s in oakland. so we're going to surpass yesterday's highs on the peninsula and our inland valleys the fog comes back though late in the day. so that means it's another cool day from half moon bay to pacifica. we'll talk about even cooler start to the work week and then
a quick warm-up all with my seven-day outlook in a few minutes chair. thank you so much much now to the russian invasion of rain entering day 67 this morning house speaker nancy. pelosi is finishing a surprise face-to-face meeting with ukrainian president. zelensky new video shared by the ukrainian leader showed pelosi in kiev with a congressional delegation. they included jason crow of colorado jim mcgovern of massachusetts and adam schiff of southern california pelosi. speaking later said quote our commitment to be there for ukraine until the fight is done. meantime this morning hundreds of civilians and soldiers are sheltering in a steel plant in the ukrainian city of mariopol. it's the last remaining holdout out for ukrainians in the bombed out. a new satellite images show neighborhood after neighborhood bombarded into ruins by russian attacks. russia is now intensifying its assault in the east and south of ukraine this after failing to
take the capital kiev after a major effort there now to a story we brought you early on in the russian invasion a san francisco nurse making his way into the front lines of the war. abc 7 news reporter tara campbell has been keeping up. with them has more on what he's experienced. a nurse from san francisco a lot of lacerations a lot of minor concussions. we'd people come to us bleeding. so we'd clean them up then is otoshi is a long time volunteer with the american red cross serving alongside his ukrainian counterparts and he's traveling into some of the hardest hit towns in eastern ukraine including butcher and european. we had to wear body armor and helmets because there was still
the risk of minds and also booby traps and while witnessing the horrors first hand he says in some ways. feel spared with exception of one body which was believed to be booby trap. i didn't see the horrific images that the rest of the world saw helping in the aftermath treating the wounded trans people to hospitals and getting the elderly to safety we track down their relatives and we would take a grandmother of a babushka into key for example, in fact, i believe there's an image that shows us with one of the babushka's in the back of our vehicle. traveling to kiev to be reunited with her daughter the window would frost up but she'd always like wipe it with her arm in order to hey, where am i going? am i really going to safety? and despite being in ukraine on his own dime. dennis says he doesn't have plans on returning to san
francisco anytime soon. the widower says he's fortunate to have the finances to keep going. i would like to be here for the it's going to be a long long time before we get any semblance of normality here. and as far as the mental toll of the mission, dennis says he finds some peace in the people's hope this whole i think it's keeping them going and i think that will stick with me tara campbell abc 7 news. on the peninsula the generosity of the bay area was on full display to help the people of ukraine members of the foster city lions club collected donations for refugees at saturday's farmers market, the club has already raised $50,000. well beyond the goal of 25,000 money will be used by food clothing medicine and other essentials for refugees one member has a family in ukraine every dollar count every prey
accounts every good word count every support counts every good thought counts. you can donate to the foster city lions club through their website. for other ways to help the people in ukraine. we've put together a full list of verified groups and nonprofits sending donations and supplies to refugees its on our website. c7news.com/take action back tradition in washington dc the white house correspondence dinner resumes saturday night with laughter celebrities in the usual jokes. it is my great honor to be speaking tonight at the nation's most distinguished super spread events. late night personality trevor noah hosted the event. it's the first one to be held since the start of the pandemic. president biden is the first commander-in-chief to attend the dinner since 2016 his predecessor donald trump boycotted the event president biden took the stage with lots of swipes and a bunch of
one-liners. this is the first time. president attended this dinner in six years it's understandable. we had a horrible plague. followed by two years of covid everyone who attended the dinner had to test negative for covid-19 before the event some sat the dinner out because of the rise in cases including dr. anthony fauci. we'll still head on abc 7 mornings let it snow the lake tahoe ski resort now staying open through. field day weekend plus glasses giving power the artificial intelligence now combining with google glasses granting countless people some all new independence. and you are looking live at san
don't touch my piano. beautiful shot of the golden gate bridge as the sun comes up this morning beautiful day to get outside or stay inside and watch the golden state warriors at 12:30 on abc 7 this afternoon. it is a golden state sunday. well a comedy show at chase center plan for next weekend has been rescheduled. to the warriors playoff game at chase center now being on may 7th officials say the funny is funny world tour by comedian joe coy will be moved up to this thursday all tickets from the original date will still be valid for entry. well some of the biggest names in country music are performing this weekend in southern
california after a two-year hiatus due to covid the stagecoach country music festival enters its last day today at the empire polo club in palm springs area headliners include thomas rhett, carrie underwood and luke combs proof of vaccination. testing or masking is not required to attend the event. good news for skiers and snowboarders palisades tahoe is staying open through memorial day weekend the olympic valley resort formerly known as squaw valley saw seven feet of snow in the month of april. it is extending the current season to stay open fridays saturdays and sundays through may 30th. palisades tahoe says, this is one of the fungus winter seasons and the region here's lisa with more on weather. alright well with overnight lows around freezing in the the mountains. yeah, why not right? everyone a live look outside sun coming up in another 30 minutes or so. it's a little bit cooler out there right now, but temperatures above average in many locations briefly before we
talk about another cool down coming up. looking forward to it a different kind of splash hit seen yesterday. there goes the beer and there goes the nachos too plus a preview of the big game today for the dubs sports is ne my name is douglas. i'm a writer/director and i'm still working. in the kind of work that i do, you are surrounded by people who are all younger than you. i had to get help somewhere along the line
you are looking live at san francisco this morning, you know, we could sit on this shot all day it is that gorgeous here in the city by the bay. waitwait for all the different happenings today too with american idol and the golden state warriors speaking of sports. alex. cobb is set to return from the injured list to start for the giants and the series finale against the nationals first pitch is at one at oracle park and the a's will try to avoid being swept by the cleveland guardians first pitch there 107 and at the oakland coliseum this afternoon warriors opened their playoff series against the memphis grizzlies at fedex forum tip off at 12.
do this afternoon right here on abc 7 followed by toyota after the game dubs will be making their seventh p in the conference. finals in the last 10 years. here's abc 7 sports anchor chris alvarez with a preview in this morning sports good morning, the warriors hit the practice floor saturday before. hop in a flight to memphis. they get ready for game one of the western conference semifinals later today 12:30 tip off right here on abc 7 followed by game similar to the nuggets the warriors dropped three of four to the grizzlies in the regular season. memphis won 56 games compared to golden state's 53. so the grizzlies open with home court advantage to begin this series, but the dubs don't mind opening in a hostile environment. well, we'd rather be at home, but we're not so, you know, we we look at this as a chance to get out quick start we've had a couple of days to prepare now and we'll be ready to go. it's all about game one. just coming out with a good effort you want to win that game
and like you said still home quarter vans right away and change the tone of the series from the start. no need to change a channel your afternoon plans have been made warriors grizzlies game one on abc 7 immediately followed by after the game with larry carey and a donald giants host the nationals this baby still upset about the giants 10-run loss on friday. it's okay youngster bottom three giants down two nothing two out rally time tyro strada finds the gap in ei double ties the game top to six now four three giants jason fosler leading off the sixth with a splash homer to write part of a forerun inning to break it open for the giants top the ninth now liner to left darren ruff. what a plate in the game giants win 9-3. to take five or six in the season series later today a's and guardians this guy going for a foul ball doesn't make the catch and he loses the beer and it goes right there on that. lady presumably his significant
other bottom five a's down one. nothing sheldon noisy making noise second of the year ties things up. over the night still tied two on two out cleveland's richie palacios deep drive to center christian pot. che can't make the play guardians take a 3-1 lead and the a's fall by that score. they'll look to avoid the sweep later today nfl draft finished up on saturday the niners made several picks including very last pick in the draft, which actually a badge of honor called mr. irrelevant. he gets a bunch of parties thrown in his honor and the niners took a guy who's actually pretty good iowa state quarterback brock purdy who owns every psycho and passing record nearly. no mr. irrelevant though has ever thrown a pass in the nfl gm john lynch on that picks that quote. he's relevant to us. purdy says he'll have fun with it, but he's got goals from the outside looking in. yeah, i guess it's a funny thing and i'll embrace the role and have some fun with it for sure. but at the end of the day, you know, i'm trying to go and help a team win a super bowl. so that's from my mindsets at with it.
pretty cool warriors and grizzlies on abc 7 it's the place to be send it back to you. thank you so much chris meteorologist lisa argent here in her warrior's blue lisa. i'm calling it a warriors by six if you want to make a prediction. by six yes by six. okay, i'm gonna go buy 12. oh, all right. good morning. everybody. check out live doppler 7 where we have the system to the east of us that's gonna allow for those northerly winds in the upper elevations to warm us up quicker, and we're already seeing some of of those guests around mount diablo and mount tam as we look at conquered this morning. it's 50 49 in dublin closer to the bay. we've got 45. in oakland as well as novato with 40 in napa 50 in pacifica and our winds you could see we just had a reading mount diablo at 40 miles an hour. you can see the color right there that indicates a more of a gust in 20 mile an hour mount hood as well as mount tamalpais. so as we look at the numbers
here, yeah feels a little cooler out there in the north bay. that's kind of how we like it right overnight hours things drop off the winds the temperatures and waking up to this view from our sutro tower camera. gorgeous shot. 613 is our sunrise the sun sets at 8 o'clock sunny breezy slightly warmer today, so the winds won't be quite as gusty but we'll have a breeze out there and then we'll get into more of a wind. as monday allows for a another system to drop to the south and we're going to see those winds blowing stronger. some are like warm up. the winds go offshore tuesday and wednesday. here's a look at what you can expect for monday notice. no 80s in the picture just 60s, maybe some low 70s in the 50s are back with those stronger winds as they come in onshore for monday tuesday. look what happens. it's abrupt warm-up. we're in the mid 80s inland already in the 70s over in oakland. so just a bit of friendship and will be near 90 as we get towards wednesday of the warmest day the week here and looking at
the city pleasant in the 60s and finally some lighter winds at the coast. then we'll kind of reverse that trend as we get into the weekend with more average temperatures. so in the city today, it's another cool one, but pleasant to low 60s there with that breeze kicking up throughout the afternoon as the giants are with us again, hopefully getting into that sweep for this afternoon 71 in fremont as well as oakland palo alto 70 today. you were in the 60s yesterday along the peninsula about 71 for you and redwood city in belmont 79 in santa rosa looking at upper 70s in livermore and the accuweather's seven-day forecast. we're looking at. less wind today so low 70s bayside low 80s inland by monday. we're cooler and tuesday and wednesday brief summertime feel as temperatures climb through the 80s to 90 even along the bay it will be mild and those 60s at the coast temporarily before we
get back into that cooler pattern over the weekend. so yes spring always gives us the winds and those weak systems that kind of miss us. that's exactly what's happening with a couple days ahead. yeah lisa wind improvement even for just a day i think as a thumbs up from everybody. oh, yeah agreed. thank you so much. remember those google glasses from a handful of years ago. they were once built as the next big thing in tech but ended up never going very far today that technology is being used again this time. it's helping the visually impaired sea abc 7 news reporter david louis explains how it works. go ahead and just pull them over your ear like normal glasses mirage group. dye is hoping these special glasses are going to be a life changer after starting to lose vision in his 20s from a progressive disorder. he had to stop driving and working in finance if there's some technology out there if there's some way that can help me in my daily life. i will do what it takes to regain my independence to still live a normal life a dutch firm
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the war in ukraine with a surprise guest speaker nancy pelosi stepping into the war zone for an overnight meeting with ukraine president zelensky. good morning. it's sunday may 1st. i'm j r stone in for liz kreutz. let's first start with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa arjun. alrighty, good morning to you. it's a quiet start to may temperatures a little bit cooler out there, but a nice start to the day with the sun coming up underneath that mostly clear condition. there's a look at live doppler 7 where a system is sliding to the east of us and that's going to help warm us up quicker. there's santa cruz 45 degrees right now temperatures will be in and around 70 degrees there later today 45 in mountain view. it's 49 downtown 46 in oakland with 42 in santa clara exploratorium camera, you can see how clear it is low 40s, santa rosa 50. conquered and it's cooler mainly around napa mountain view and oakland this morning. there's the bridge no wind to speak of and as we get