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good morning, it's saturday, may 14. let's start with a look at the weather with lisa arjun. lisa: we have some fog, a compressed marine layer, but temperatures are uniform in the 50's. live doppler 7 with fog on the coast. 52 degrees here in santa cruz. how about 80 degrees for the high today, 53 downtown as well as oakland with 57, half moon bay, and san francisco should warm to around 70 degrees. the average high there is 64. it is a warmer start, so we will warm up weekly today. look at the golden gate bridge, lots of fog there, so curbing the warming at the coast, only about 60 with low 70's by noon time around the bay. look what happens by 4:00. 78 in oakland, approaching 90 inland. the fog is back in earnest
tonight, and that will cool everyone off for your sunday. we will talk about it in detail in a few minutes. liz? liz: lisa, thank you. the warriors are back in the western conference finals for the first time in eight years. they closed out the memphis grizzlies in their playoff series. fourth qrt. got the dubs pulled away for 110-96 victory. >> to miss the playoffs last year -- i was sitting in cabo last year watching the playoffs. don't get me wrong, i love cabo, i love being in that place watching, but it was brutal. to make it back here after the last two years we have had and the dynasty over talks and all that nonsense, this one feels good. >> especially from the perspective of games, the injuries i've had to now, being able to compete at the highest
level and being on the final four teams -- it's a feeling that's hard to describe, honestly. it's truly amazing and inspires me to keep going, because i think we still have great basketball ahead of us. liz: tomorrow night, the warriors find out who they will play in the conference finals. if the suns beat the dallas mavericks, the dubs will open sunday night in phoenix. if the mavs win, game one will be sunday night at chase center. [applause] liz: warriors fans all pumped up there in the last quarter, not a single fan was seen sitting inside the chase center,he>> at 60 points, it's nice to see the win. >> i'm not going to lie, i was
nervous about the game, but they have it in their dna. >> now it's on to the next. >> fourth quarter, close-out game -- >> i was up in my seat every time they made a shot. >> [inaudible] >> yeah. i just needed them to win this. liz: last night was the third game without head coach steve care, he is still out with covid. if you want to show support for the warriors, head our abc7news bay area facebook page. thousands of people are expected to march across the country for abortion rights today. women's march sf is reading in march for reproductive justice event. this is video from previous marches. today's event will start at grove and hyde street at 11:00 this morning. it plans to head down market street towards the ferry building. abc 7 will be following the march as it happens and you can
geturhe website, abc7news.com, or the streaming app. nearly 400 events are planned from coast to coast today. abc news reporter justin finch is in d.c. with a look at the hands off my body protest. justin: for more than a week, tensions flaring from coast to coast as antiabortion and abortion rights demonstrators take to the streets, even to some supreme court justices' doorsteps. the bands off our bodies protest happening in front of the u.s. supreme court today, heavily secured with non-scalable fencing. >> americans are marching and making their voices heard. public sentiment is everything. justin: nancy pelosi and other democrats expressing anger about the leaked draft opinion.
a measure was voted down wednesday by joe manchin, lisa murkowski and -- yesterday. >> the to pro-choice republicans who said they voted against it because our bill goes too far. that's not true. justin: 26 states could move to quickly restrict or outright ban access to abortion, including arkansas, which would only make an exception if a woman's health was at risk. >> i think it's what our constitution is designed from the beginning, return that authority to the states. justin: the protest counts more than 370 sister demonstrations happening in cities across the country. organizers declaring may 14 the national day of action. justin finch, abc news, washington. liz: oakley police are examining
a key piece of evidence in the disappearance of alexis gabe, the 24-year-old woman last seen in late january. police say they found her cell phone case in antioch. family and friends confirm this is hers. investigators suspect the man in this surveillance video got rid of the phone case as he was walking away from her car on the day of her disappearance. if you recognize him, contact oakland police. there is a $10,000 reward to find alexis gabe's location. she was last seen in antioch january 26. her car was found the next day with the keys still inside. two family members are under arrest and the death of a three-year-old in san jose. prosecutors say she died after an exorcism attempt. the mother is also facing allegations of child abuse.
the girls's father and grandfather were arrested -- girls uncle and grandfather were arrested on wednesday, and the uncle of the girl took her to a church to get the "demonic spirit" out of the child. they thought she was possessed by a demon because she cried multiple times throughout the night. her grandfather is a pastor at the church. during the alleged exorcism, she was tortured and held against her will for 12 hours. days before her arrest, the mother spoke about her daughter's death in a youtube video. >> one thing i am not going to do is lie about how she passed away. she passed away and the people that know, i am being 100%. liz: all three suspects are expected to appear before a judge on june 13. they could face 25 years to life in prison. teachers are being credited with helping to save people from an apartment fire in san francisco. seven people were hurt, to
critically, when it broke out yesterday. one was taken to a burn treatment center. cellphone video shows the fire spreading quickly through the apartment complex on ellis street. firefighters say it started on the ground floor and spread out through the building. before firefighters arrived, teachers from nearby rosa parks elementary saw the smoke and rushed over to help. >> they were screaming and knocking and calling and trying to get us out. when the doors opened, they went in and rescued the elderly people. they were fantastic. >> we are teachers, so we care about other people. i hope anybody else would do the same thing. liz: 18 people were displaced in what cruz described as a fast-moving fire. in morgan hill's, several people are displaced after a fire damaged and apartment complex there and multiple cars. the fire broke out around 6:00 last night. all residents were able to get out and there are no reports of
anyone getting hurt. firefighters rescued a large lizard, which has been reunited with its owner. it's not clear what caused this fire. to a somber covid milestone in california, the state has surpassed 90,000 deaths from the virus, more than any other state. the white house is planning to ration covid vaccines if congress cannot pass a new covid spending bill. the fda is expected to continue its review of vaccines for children under five. bay area public health officials are once again calling on all of us to start masking up indoors. the plea to put on a mask comes as covid cases sore. tara campbell tells us the question now, will we see a mandate? tara: mask up is the message from the majority of the bay area's public health departments. >> four times higher cases than we were seeing in april, more
virus in our sue ayers and wastewater. tara: dr. matt willis is making an official recommendation friday for people to put on their masks indoors, citing a surge in covid cases fueled by the highly contagious omicron subvariants. the bay area now has the highest infection rates in the state. >> when we are out and about in the community, our risk to being exposed is higher than it has been over the past few weeks, and that was the reason for issuing this recommendation when people are in indoor public settings, they cover their faces. tara: stopping short of mandating masks, and the golden gate restaurant association hope it stays that way. >> i think most people feel at this point, particularly given the vaccination numbers in san francisco, perhaps it is not necessary. tara: the majority of restaurants have dropped their mask requirements for people eating indoors. >> if a mandate did happen,
restaurants would support it. we have been very good about following regulations. >> i do not see us resorting to mandates currently, but the thing that i would be looking at is what is happening in the half those. tara: if cases keep going up, dr. patel worries hospitalizations are inevitable. >> we start to get an increase in cases, a smaller percentage of people wind up being hospitalized, hospitalizations will still go up. tara: and that's, he says, when the real concern kicks in. >> adds a strain on our health care system, because we have not fixed that. we saw major supply issue when it comes to our hospitals, and we are keeping an eye on that. liz: lisa, let's get a check outside this morning. beautiful. lisa: the sun up 10 minutes ago, and san francisco should hit 70 degrees. at the coast, a different story. a wide range today, 35 degrees spread. we will talk about that the rest
liz: welcome back. here is a live look outside this morning. you can see the fog seeping over the bay. seven people are under arrest following the seizure of more than 30 cars and motorcycles. illegal drugs, guns, stolen goods and $30,000 in cash. san mateo county sheriffs office says it was an investigation into a crime syndicate operating in san mateo and san francisco counties. some of the suspects moved into a deceased person's home and turned it into a stash house.
and graffiti was found in palo alto in a middle school bathroom that is now being invested as a hate crime. kkk was written on bathroom walls and toilet dispensers on two different days this week. police believe the same person is likely responsible. the same thing happened at palo alto elementary school in january. no arrests have been made in either case. and there is a new evidence in the case of security officer killed during a --. investigators believe the suspect was the one who opened fire on the officer in downtown oakland last year. two others have also been arrested. a historic day for oakland. the city's police department can move towards ending almost two decades federal oversight. this started in 2000, when four officers known as the
riders were accused of brutalizing people in four neighborhoods. the judge now says the city is nearly in full compliance. civil rights attorney john burris was one of the original attorneys on this case. >> the big issue, to me, is people being stopped unnecessarily, so those people will not know. there was a time they would get stopped. there was a time not only when they get stopped, they would be searched, handcuffed for reasons that were unnecessary and unrelated. liz: the department is now on probation for a year to see if they can sustain the reforms. the solar system is putting on a spectacular show this weekend. tomorrow night, we will be cope -- treated to a colorful lunar eclipse. just as the moon is rising, this will start to pass through the earth's shadow. the moon will be turned a
reddish copper color. >> what you are seeing when that happens is the projection of every sunrise and sunset from the earth onto the surface of the moon. those photons from the sun are coming, getting to the earth's atmosphere like a prize -- like a prism. so reflecting to the earth's surface, bouncing back off the moon into your eye. liz: the best moment to watch will be 9:30 tomorrow night. the moon will stay a reddish color for an hour and a half. lisa, i think a lot of people will be excited to go outside and see this. lisa: what you have to be away from the city lights and marine layer, which will not go too far . as we get into sunday, it comes into play throughout the day. here's a look at live doppler 7, where the clouds are stacked along the coast. from our exploratorium view, nice and sunny here, where temperatures are above average today. 52 in the city, 53 in oakland
with 54 in san jose, santa clara and half moon bay. the sun was up at 6:00 and there is the marine layer as lookout from emeryville back towards san francisco. 49 in san francisco, 48 in petaluma, 55 in concord. the marine layer is compressed and will continue to stay that way before it retreats to the san mateo coast. right now, in the mid-50's, santa cruz, 80 degrees down at the beach. it will be cooler at our local beaches with an afternoon sea breeze. fog along the coast will retreat and we see some patchy fog and son at the shoreline, looking for the warming trend today. it warmed up yesterday, so today is the warmest day we will see in the next several days. the breezy and cooler sunday on the way. here's a look at the cloud deck. it is banked up along the coast, the low clouds, and a sunny
afternoon, then the high clouds come the plan we look at some mist and drizzle, temperatures back in the 50's. that should feel good for the runners and a cooler day thanks to the sea breeze today. it localized up to 20 miles per hour, bter than that through the afternoon, dusty around point raise, and the wind will be calm her overnight, but this is what aides and our big cooldown for sunday, with those winds cranking through the afternoon, up to 30 miles per hour throughout the delta. those 90's are confined to our inland valleys today, anywhere from santa rosa to napa. the breezy wins here at the coast, but all above average for san francisco and oakland today, 85, san jose, should be in the 70's. we are talking about the eclipse tomorrow night, where we look at the sun setting at 8:12. 8:30 to 9:53, looking at
totality. it's ending before 11:00. if you can get away from the coast and city lights, you should be able to check that out. a very cool thing to look forward to tomorrow. accuweather forecast, the coolest day today out of the next seven. we have a cooling sea breeze on monday, warming on tuesday and wednesday and breezy and cooler with typical springlike weather throughout much of the work week, so a calm her work week next week then we had last week with those chilly days, but a big heat up today, liz. liz: good to know. i like that warm weather. up next, stuck in an elevator overdue for a safety inspection.
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new york to tell us what's coming up on good morning america. >> up next, the nationwide baby formula shortage. what the biden administration is doing to help parents as congress investigates the supply chain crunch. and one doctor's advice on what to do and what to avoid while trying to the pure baby healthy. plus, supreme court justice clarence thomas speaking out about the supreme court's draft opinion. protests planned across the country today, leaving many states on high security alert as tens of thousands of people are expected to gather and support on both sides of abortion rights. the latest, coming up. and apple ceo tim cook an unforgettable commencement speech to graduates of a university. the tweet and apple film that inspired his invitation after a momentous year for the deaf community. it's all ahead on gma. liz: now to an update on the story about a woman who got stuck in an elevator that was
overdue for a state safety inspection. an inspector found enough issues to the elevator and it had to be taken out of service. melanie woodrow has the update and new video of another group of people stuck in an elevator -- it was overdue for an inspection at a popular concert venue. melanie: it took request in 2020 will -- 2021 and 20 22 for the department of industrial relations to dispatch someone to inspect the elevator someone recently got stuck on for an hour. >> i called for help, i screamed. melanie: the elevator was last inspected in june 2019. after a backlog of elevator state safety inspections were discovered, the i team is told that four issues were found with the elevator, which warranted its removal from
service. the elevator was red tagged until corrections could be made. >> shame on you, because this could have been prevented. melanie: cal osha acknowledges the need for more elevator inspectors. this man and his girlfriend got stuck on an elevator after a concert in february this year. >> we are stuck in here after this concert. >> according to a permit inside the elevator at the time, it had last been inspected march 2016. >> there was a pregnant lady on the elevator with us. me and my girlfriend both suffer from anxiety, melanie: the permit was supplied for the elevator, saying it had last been inspected in 2020. this letter was sent in february, three days after rodriguez got stuck, saying the permit is valid until it can be
dispatched. elevators are required to be properly serviced and maintained by the building owner and the maintenance company, even when operating with expired permits. >> they were reaching out to a local tech in the area on sunday night at 10:45, which seemed fairly impossible. melanie: the group was rescued about an hour later. melanie woodrow, abc7news. liz: if you would like to see a story investigated, contact the i team. go to abc7news.com/iteam, or call 1-8 88-40-i team. a virtual program as well as an in-person one at the hyatt regency last night -- we will tell you about that, coming up. lisa: and beta breakers returns.
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building a better bay area moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. right now on abc 7 mornings the nationwide formula shortage causing anxiety for families with infants how the biden administration is trying to fix the issue plus the local mom working hard to help others and the governor unveiling his new budget proposal the plan to put money back into the pockets of california's. good morning again everyone. thanks for joining us here on this saturday morning. let's start with another look at the weather with lisa sarge and hey lisa. hey, liz. good morning. it is beautiful out there on top of mount tam. seven degrees with the north
wind up to 23 miles an hour. so it is warming up quickly today. there's a view of the compressed marine layer. it is going to line up along the coast and it's going to be breezy so we'll have that wide range of temperatures 53 in oakland 52 downtown with 54 in san jose 50 with very foggy conditions at the coast. you can see the low cloud deck breaking up in emeryville 49 santa rosa. it is 55 in concord and look at the warmer start 8 degrees. ore.er, napa 5 degrees warmer i so a light breeze today to start out then the sea breeze kicks in and as we get towards one two o'clock boy the heat is on from mid 80s to 90 inland upper 70s along the bay shore even a few 80s around redwood city today and then the fog comes back overnight. so it's going to be a cooler sunday, mbe eclipsing some of that eclipse viewing for your sunday night. we'll talk about that in the week ahead coming up liz. all right, lisa. thank you. families across the country are facing a lot of anxiety this
morning about how they're going to feed their babies. the white house is working on the formula shortage crisis trying to speed up supply, but it could take a few weeks. here's abc news reporter ty hernandez, despite millions of anxious parents stalking empty store shelves looking for baby formula the fda insists. the stock is stabilizing president biden at the white house. to offer reassurance. this is nothing more urgent. we're working on then that right now and i think we're going to be making some significant progress very shortly this crisis. has been the cause pandemic related supply issues and a massive recall of abbott brand baby formula after it was linked to the death of two infants jordan coleman of california relies on a special medical formula for her son jordan that's only produced in abbott. she's now rationing to stop. running out. i'm just crossing down to the day where we're not going to have anything abbott now says they could restart production in two weeks. once the fda gives them the
go-ahead. 50 conditions at abbott's facility in the meantime the white house says they're stepping in offering families that rely only on government assistance more flexibility to purchase any brand of formula that is available. all taking steps to import more formula and cracking down on price gouging president. biden asked why he didn't take these steps sooner if we'd been better mind readers. i guess we could have but we moved as quickly as a problem became apparent to us. his administration says the defense production act for formula is still under consideration the challenge that i mentioned before with baby. formula is that you know, it's it's complex and you can't just say to a manufacturing facility that makes cereal you need make baby formula now it remains under consideration, but no decision has been made yet ty hernandez abc news, new york and here in the bay area we found a mom in san jose who is helping friends. carissa brune has made her full-time job to find baby
formula for her son and shares it with others brune is not able to breastfeed so she doesn't have formula if she doesn't have it. she says her baby is not going to eat one option has been contacting strangers on social media and paying them through venmo. i'm having formula shipped from from oklahoma from, kentucky. from sacramento. i recently looked into buying from canada. some people are able to turn to the mother's milk bank in san jose that nonprofit accepts donations and then offers the milk to infants and need but most of the recipients are preemies in neonatal care units. we're learning new details about governor newsom's revived revised budget proposal and it includes several big plans for how to best spend a record 97 and a half billion dollar surplus his plan includes 128 billion spending from
transitional kindergarten through high school and that works out to a little less than 23,000 per student. another 23 billion dollars will be placed in the state's rainy day fund to draw from the next time the economy slows 18 billion dollars would provide financial relief for californians hardest hit by inflation and two and a half billion for housing include 500 million to fund the conversion of vacant malls and storefronts into homes. give all these extraordinary moths all that open space and just the parking lots themselves that are now open and vacant and of course these remarkable, you know vestiges to a world that is radically changing the old shopping mall. and so we want to look to see what we can do in terms of converting them as many office buildings as well at the housings. the governor is also proposing spending even more on climate-driven problems, like wildfires and drought. it's an additional nine and a half billion dollars to funding proposed in january for a total
of 32 billion. people will start moving into a new homeless shelter next week named in honor of late jeopardy host alex trebek the ribbon cutting for the drebeck center was just held in the northridge area of los angeles for decades. the building was a roller skating rink trebeck's family donated a half a million. hours to help a nonprofit purchase said and convert it into a center with more than a hundred beds. somehow some way. i know alex is aware of this center. i know he had a strong conviction and a determination. in his own way to make it work. the first residents move in starting on tuesday. a blueprint for joy, that was the theme of the makowish greater bay area gala in san francisco. there was a virtual program as well as an in-person one at the hyatt regency last night abc 7 news anchor de amidates served as the mc and money rays will fund life-changing wishes for
critically ill children last year's event raised enough to grant more than 44 wishes last night's school was 550,000 that would mean 55 wishes. the east bay and a claimed cambodian restaurant is in oakland is closing in stores in the fruitvale neighborhood according to the chronicle neum bhai is moving to a new location because it's current location. is up or it's current lease is up last night was the final night of service there the restaurant brought cambodian culture and c the area withs learinated chopsderw. this event celebrates the flavors of african-americans as well as african and caribbean cuisines. it started in 18 and it features more than 50 area restaurants this year the event runs through next sunday, may 22nd. and still ahead on abc 7 mornings. it's believed to be the largest floating solar farm in. tree and it's located in the heart of wine country. we'll tell you how it works and
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here's a live look outside at the san francisco skyline their time right now. 6:39 san francisco's biggest street party is back this weekend beta breakers is happening tomorrow after a two-year hiatus during the s of runners ande draws tens of revelers many dressing colorful costumes the event begins tomorrow morning at the embarcadero, and it at ocean beach near golden gate park. you can expect a lot of rolling. closures along the 12 kilometer route and while the race is back in person. there are participants that can still take part virtually, but if you're headed to the beta breakers, you might want to consider taking public transit bart and caltrain are both adding extra trains bart says it's adding four trains from
millbrae pleasant hill dublin in el cerrito with limited stops. the trains will arrive at the embarcadero station near the starting line around 7:00 tomorrow morning. caltrain is two extra northbound trains with limited stops, and many area families will be celebrating their college graduates today in person commencement. ceremonies are making a comeback after a two-year hiatus because of the pandemic cal state east bay and hayward is holding another ceremony this morning at 8:30. these are pictures from earlier this week so many smiling faces other schools holding bay area graduations today include uc berkeley and mills college. it will be that school's final commencement before it merges with northeastern university, san jose state university and san francisco state university will hold in-person graduation ceremonies in a few weeks. and lisa your daughter's gonna be one of those graduating this year, very exciting. congrats to her. yeah. congratulations to all the graduates some of them already have experienced that throughout early may but yeah continues
through even june and as we look outside right now, you can see a bit of the marine layer in the distance very foggy half moon bay today temperatures climbing despite the fog. we'll see a pleasant day in the city, but everything changes for the second half of your weekend stay tuned my accuweather 74 forecast is next. all right. thank you. also next game six clay returns as the warriors close out the memphis grizzlies chris alvarez won the highlights and the post-game reaction coming up in sports.
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holders another exclusive cub club club members will get the first crack at single game tickets for the western conference finals tickets. go on sale to the general public tomorrow last night the dubs closed out the grizzlies in game six of their series. here's abc 7 sports anchor chris alvarez with the highlights in this morning sports. good morning. the mission was clear for the warriors on friday night beat the grizzlies in game 6 and earn some much-needed rest before the western conference finals lose. it's game seven in memphis on monday gold blooded back folks clay hit his first three triples and scored 11 in the first quarter and he was heating up clay had 17 at the half and watch this three in the emotion 941 days of rehab? oh it was worth. it grizzlies though. hung tuck dylan brooks. he scored 30 for memphis back and forth we go into the third and into the fourth dub. up just one at the end of three stephan curry struggle until the fourth quarter and he came alive
triple bang. that's good dubs up six. fired up curry again looking like steph go up 10, which is four minutes to go and kevon looney had 22 rebounds. you heard me right? it's time for the most in golden state history get it to clay. the triple is true. he had eight triples tied for a game high 30 and chase center was going crazy time for step to put the grizzlies to sleep beats the shot clock buzzer. he scored 29 the dubs finish on a 21-3 run to ice the and the series warriors win 110-96 advancing to the western conference finals for the sixth time in the last eight seasons. thanks and large part to game six clay. i just try to focus on the president and today, you know, i was thinking about the last couple years and what this team has been through when i personally been through and to have a closeout another closeout game at chase center it gave me butterflies. i was nervous all day, but i was just had so much fun tonight and i'm proud of this team for being so resilient you guys been around here a while, you know clay with game 6 what a time to
step up tonight. giants reliever dominantly owned ready for some football giants begin in three-game set set with st. louis 17 weeks until the kick things off by the way, top three one all might get strep. ski the left center harrison bader. nice tribe can't make the play two runs scored three one giants top the a 4-1 giants evan longoria back off the il early this week first knock of the season is a two-run double part of a five-running giants win it eight to two dance it up a storm coliseum. it's the a's and the angels love the moves top five angels up one nothing andrew velazquez deep off dalton jeffries two. nothing halos jeffries six innings touring runs, but the only manage two hits and they lose to nothing. that is your look at sports. let's send things back to you. and let's go check out the forecast now lisa a lot of people really excited about that game last night. i know everyone was watching last night lane to the night. yeah and excited about the big
warm-up today, maybe and the cooler on tomorrow if you don't like the heat as we look at live doppler 7, there's fog that is certainly creating some problems right along the shoreline from sutro though. what a nice view look at that compressed marine layer, so we are certainly allowing for the big temperature spread today from about or even less than that at the coast when that seabreeze kicks in to perhaps near 90 inland. it is 53 in. oakland 52 in san francisco is san jose at 54 and as we look out towards emeryville, there's a look at a sunny. start out there going to be a nice afternoon much warmer than yesterday. although you felt that warm up yesterday 48 napa 15 petaluma with mid 50s in concord and santa cruz right now. lots of sun. it's gonna be warm day here about 80 degrees at the beach and as we look at that fog this morning along the coast it'll provide that cooling effect from half moon bay to montara even around stinson. it'll be pleasant but not warm
and looking at that warming trend as we get through the june temperatures about 10 to 15 degrees above average and then the breezy and cooler day on your sunday and monday looks like to be even cooler. here's a look at that trend the next seven days in san jose should see about 73 today going for about 85 and then 10 degrees cooler tomorrow monday about 71 and then we'll see that warm up again as we get towards tuesday wednesday, but overall great running weather for your sunday if you're headed towards san go for beta breakers with the cloud cover six to eight o'clock. just low to mid 50s and then as we get into more sun, it's still going to be quite comfortable with about 60 degrees noon time today in the south bay. it's a warm one from 88 in gilroy santa clara in the low 80s, you know, it's a warm day when you get towards the upper 70s to low 80s on the peninsula hereer s breeze redwood city 81, san mateo 76, but look at the coast here daily
city 61 city heading in t nth bay will be from w tre ve sausatoen calisto. into the east bay looking at 76 san leandro with union city 79 upper 70s in hercules inland boy, it's gonna be hot from mid 80s to about 90 here 85 in san ramon look at 88 in conquered and as we head towards antioch, even some low 90s there possible the accuweather seven day forecast. well, we're looking at that cooler day on sunday even cooler for monday dropping back off into the 60s and 70s for the warmest locations, tuesday, wednesday a little bit of warming and then as we get into the end of the week, it's cooler. so a pretty quiet week except for today when you might be sweaty in the afternoon there liz alright good to know lisa.
thank you a city tucked along the lush v. of sonoma county's wide country is harvesting something else these days clean energy taking care of our environment is part of building a better bay area abc 7 news meteorologist, mike. nico shows us the innovative project. it's already having a significant impact on healdsburg's power supply. hurst along the russianer the town of healdsburg is mostly known for great wine and is doing more than ripening grapes. it's producing power and an unusual setting. it didn't sound to be the largest. it just turned out that when we largest utility director terry crowley and wastewater manager rob skates enough what's believed to be the largest floating solar farm in the country more than 10,000 panels anchored on the surface of two ponds at the city's wastewater treatment facility and while they're floating the panels are
also supplying roughly 8% of the city's electrical needs and combined with renewable energy produced at a nearby geothermal site the project can earn healdsburg the title of the wine countries sustainable city. so we're when we combine it with our geothermal resources. we're looking at close to 50% renewable. it's innovation that sprung in part from necessity. rob skate says the shade provided by the panels cuts down on algae growing in the treated water that's used to irrigate surrounding vineyards. yeah, it made a little the water definitely better. sola system are catching on ine luck is getting set to cover a local irrigation canal with solar panels for similar reasons cutting algae and evaporation and generating power from publicly owned right-of-ways. the idea is especially appealing in areas like sonoma county
where land prices have skyrocketed, you know, it's it's a local project that probably otherwise wouldn't be made because the land here's too expensive to install solar on it and while it doesn't float on cavernay, the solar installation is providing cost effect. energy and clean irrigation water to one of the most popular wine producing areas in the world with the promise of more to come. mike nico, abc7 news and healdsburg is planning to add power from a different solar site in the near future upping the use of renewable solar power to as much as 15% of the city's total. this is a live look an image. now. the bay area's favorite falcon family at cal. just last week annie became a mom again two of her eggs hatched producing two healthy chicks on abc 7 at 7. we talked with cal falcon expert dr. sean peterson about how the baby birds are doing. but this age one of the most dangerous things for a chick is getting too cold. and so they really do kind of
cuddle together to keep each other warm and keep themselves safe. so this is yeah totally what they do. for a little bit i think in about another week or so. they'll start moving around a lot more but for the next few days, we're going to just see lots of little fluffy pile of two chicks. we'll find out the sex of the two baby chicks in about two weeks. there will also be a naming contest. they're so cute. all right, next ride the rise at the local county fair the event that's back this weekend for the first time since the pandemic. are you looking to renovate your kitchen or bathroom? i'm mike holmes here with ivan from agm renovations thanks mike! too often, homeowners hire the wrong contractor. ivan, i see this all the time. delays, shortcuts, hidden fees -
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galaxy cosmic rewind mickey visited.com founder gav. oil told us all about it. i see this the best disney attraction in 10 years. it's a storytelling roller coaster brings in the fun music of guardians of the galaxy. things of that it's one of the largest fully enclosed coasters in the world and officially opens may 27th. disney is the parent company of abc 7. and you can ride the rise of the contra costa county fair this weekend. it's back in antioch for the first time since the pandemic. along with the rides you're going to find food booths and performances all weekend long organizers. say staffing has been a challenge there weren't able to find as many workers as they've had in the past. so long lines may a little be long lines, maybe a little bit longer than normal the fair opens at noon today and tomorrow, but it should be really nice weather. it's gonna feel like summer lisa. yes. in fact, it's gonna get pretty hot in the east bay today, but closer to the bay not so much. it'll be comfortable. you can see the the fog there
from the san mateo. will have low 60s half moon bay very foggy right now. how about 70 today in the city advert? 64 78 across the bay in oakland with upper 80s to near 90 inland 88 santa rosa 85 in san jose. it's cooler tomorrow as we get the sea breeze cranking up and then monday should be the coolest day. we'll recover a bit tuesday and wednesday, but as we get towards the end of the week, it's going to be mild spring weather for all of us. all right good to know lisa. thank you. and thank you all for joining us here on abc 7 mornings. i'm liz kroits along with lisa arjen abc 7 news continues at 9am. we hope to see have a great day.
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