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moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. governor gavin newsom is tested positive for covid one of thousands of people catching the virus during a recent spike in cases doctors are saying you shouldn't be worried though. good morning everybody. it's sunday, may 29th. i'm liz kroits. thanks for joining us on this holiday weekend. let's start with a quick look at the weather with meteorologist lisa arjun. good morning, lisa. hey, liz. good morning to beautiful start to the day with clear sky and come wins that's going to change a little bit though. you can see the fog being swept
away from the coast there live dop. seven and looking out towards from our emeryville camera. oh boy, isn't that pretty where you can see the sun coming up 52 in san francisco, santa clara half moon bay 51 mountain view 53 in oakland east bay hills camera top vollmer peak with the sunshine 550 was the official sunrise 46 in napa is 52 in santa rosa with 54 concord and livermore 8 degrees colder this morning in napa two to five degrees chillier from the east bay and a and that is due to some northerly winds and clear sky, but the upper level winds here are quite gusty and we'll look for the onshore winds to bring us a pretty seasonal day today. although it's going to feel pretty cool with the coast where there's winds are going to be gusty. so upper 70s upper 60s inland and bayshore today plenty of sunshine. windy coast. all right, lisa. thank you governor gavin newsome as we mentioned is tested positive for covid. he has mild symptoms. he is just the latest high
profile case has directions again are on the rise. so could we see yet another spike as people get together for the unofficial start of summer this weekend abc 7 news reporter tim john spoke to some infectious disease specialists. amid a surgeon new coronavirus cases locally governor gavin newsom among the latest of those infected on saturday his office released a statement saying he was experiencing miles symptoms and would stay in isolation until at least thursday. not a surprise dr. peter chinhong is an infectious disease specialist. he says he had spets newsome who has been vaccinated and boosted twice to be fine right now. we have a lot more tools. we know what the vaccines are good for the bay area has seen a infections over recent weeks experts had the peak to happen. time in early june but despite the uptick in cases in our area doctors say we haven't seen a rise in hospitalizations. we are seeing the most profound decoupling that we ever have between cases and
hospitalizations dr. monica. gandhi is a professor of medicine at ucsf and has studied infectious diseases for years. she believes that while covid is here to stay we now have the appropriate tools to fight it. gandhi says in highly vaccinated regions like the bay area the risk of serious disease is dreamly low. i'm not worried about people gathering for memorial day at this phase of the pandemic at all. so while the numbers can't seem frightening dr. chin hong says it's important to put them into context. no one should be fearful if they're up to date on vaccines in san francisco tim johns abc 7 news. and newsome is positive test comes one day after he met with the prime minister of new zealand yasinta ardern. she was in san francisco to announce a climate change partnership at golden gate park order and already had the virus earlier this month and if you have any questions on increasing covid cases mass mandates or the latest on booster shots, just head to our website. our team is ready to answer them at abc 7 news.com/coronavirus.
president joe biden and the first lady will travel to uvalde texas today. they plan on meeting this tuesday with the families of victims survivors and first responders of the shooting massacre the shooting at rob elementary school took the lives of 19 children and two teachers abc news reporter christine. sloan has the latest today president biden and first lady dr. jill biden will travel to uvalde texas as the community continues to grieve the 21 lives lost in a horrific school shooting memorials continue to grow as the recovery continues for those hurt in the attack among them noah orona video shows him at an awards ceremony at rob elementary before the shooting. he was later shot. the bullet went through his black and out his shoulder his parents. say he played dead while waiting more than an hour for help. he saw his teacher get shot in and land on top of one of his class.
mates, i'm not sure who at this point for sure, but the other teacher was shielding that the children investigators say a teacher propped open a school door at 11:27, which the shooter used to enter the school at 11:33. he targeted classrooms 11 and 11. 12 two minutes later seven uvalde police officers are inside the school, but did not breach the classroom officials say school district police chief pete arredondo wrongly believed it was no longer an active shooter situation, but a barricaded subject, but from 1203 to 1247 students were dialing 911 from inside the classroom begging for help meantime 19 officers were in the hallway outside those classrooms. it wasn't until 12:50 that authorities used a key to enter the classroom and killed the shooter the district trained for this type of situation back in march practicing scenarios and
utilizing the state's extensive course manual which advises that first responders should not wait saying the best hope that innocent victims have is that officers immediately move into action adding a first responder unwilling to place the lives of the innocent above their own safety should are another career field the head of the texas rangers was pretty clear. these officers did not follow training. they received just two months ago christine, sloan abc news, new york. so sad and coming up on this week after his passionate senate floor plea urging his colleagues to pass gun reform following the massacre in uvalde senator. chris murphy is going to go one-on-one with john carl. you can watch that full interview on this week with george stephanopoulos at 8 this morning right here on abc 7. netflix has added a warning at the beginning of stranger things 4 after tuesday's mass shooting and you have all the texas netflix says it realizes that the timing of the release of this first episode could be troubling for some people the
opening scene of the new season shows millie bobby brown's character 11 in several children covered in blood producers say they filmed this episode more than a year ago. they are concerned that the disturbing images right now may catch some viewers by surprise. the vice president paid her respects yesterday to the victims in the buffalo supermarket mass shooting kamala harris delivered remarks at the funeral for ruth whitfield the oldest victim in the attack 10 people were killed in that incident which investigators say was racially motivated. what happened here in buffalo in texas in atlanta in orlando? what happened at the synagogues? and so this is a moment that requires all good people out. god loving people to stand up and say we will not stand for this enough is enough. harris met believed families
before the service and afterwards she made an unannounced visit to the tops supermarket site were flowers photographs and notes have been placed. new developments on the man wanted for the mass shooting on k street in sacramento and tula payton has been arrested in nevada by the las vegas police department and members of the fbi authorities found peyton only miles away from the las vegas strip. peyton will be taken to a nevada custodial fac. city and then he'll be transported to the sacramento county main jail in april six people were killed in 12 others were hurt outside of downtown sacramento nightclub. a long-standing memorial day tradition to place yesterday in san francisco boy scouts veterans and volunteers placed flags at more than 26,000 headstones at the san francisco national cemetery and the presidio a memorial day observance ceremony is scheduled on the ceremony at the cemetery on monday at 10:30. am it's been canceled the past two years due to covid and lisa
you can see how great it is out there. it's not the warmest memorial day weekend. we've had well our marine layer certainly at the coast and it is getting compressed there where we have sunshine away from the shoreline. the winds are going to pick up pretty shot here though with some sunshine and brighter than yesterday even windier than yesterday. so you thought it was breezy yesterday stay tuned for my accuweather 7-day forecast thank you lisa also ahead. we take a look at how homeowners in the north bay are preparing to take on a more defensive role in fighting wildfires and with a little over a week until the june election the june primary those and against the recall of san francisco district attorney tracy boudin make hard pushes to sway voters hear their messages coming up.
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we can't wait. here is a live look outside this morning looking out over the golden gate bridge much. or this morning than just a beautiful view. from the sutro tower cam a fire wiped out a house in oakley on saturday and one of the residents had to jump out of a window to escape the flames firefighters ran into all sorts of obstacles and to set up a relay system to get water onto the fire. the house is just across from bethel island. abc sepa news reporter tara campbell found out if this fire happened a few days later the outcome might have been much different. flames ripping through and destroying a family home just the vocally is contra costa fire called to the home around 5:30 saturday morning the first arriving cruise heavy fire from the first and second floor on the front side and the
neighboring side brooke logan making the jump from that second floor escaping as the only home she's ever known went up in flames. she lives here with her parents and fiancee. unfortune that was it. i looked down the window saw the fire fully engulfed on this side right here on the side of the house and that's when i panic got up jumped out and went and got on the phone villa roper lives next door and made the call to the fire department. i was worried about them worried about my worry about them and the people in the house and less than a mile away. this new fire station is set to open on june 1st and officials say it will make all the difference in fighting fires in this area the biggest challenges that we do not have a continuous water supply. we have to use water tenders to shuttle water back and forth and the distance that the units have to travel to get out here is
significant as well and those living nearby say it to relief to know soon help. we'll be a much closer call away. eight, they're gonna be opening in june june 1st, i think is what we've been told so it'd be a good thing we do we didn't have anything out here for years. so it would be a helper so that station 55 they would have got a good stop but that sight to see it's a good friend of mine as for brooke. she's just glad everybody got out safe and is hoping to build back their home officials say the cause of the fire is under investigation and at point it looks accidental tera campbell abc 7 news in the east bay of brush fire ignited yesterday in contra costa county. it's located just north of bay point near willow pass road crew say a set of train tracks acted as a barrier starting a separating a neighborhood in bay point from the fire. it started yesterday around nine in the morning and it continues to burn in a marsh area at last
check. the fire was at 20 acres and cruise told us winds are pushing the flames. an event in the north page took a new approach to dealing with wildfire safety abc 7 quarter cornell bernard was at a wildfire prevention festival where the focus was on taking action to keep home safe. a band brought some good vibes during this free concert at marin civic center park, but music is only part of what's happening here is really the number one. the amber stomp festival a unique way to remind people that fire season is here with lots of expert advice on protecting property from wildfires the gutters as well. just keeping all combusting anything debris from gathering for making home ember resistant to creating a fire smart yard with defensible space. so let's say from zero. five feet from your house the perimeter. it's called zone zero and that's the zone that we don't want any
vegetation. this is probably one of the most at risk communities in the nation for regarding wildfires a reality check from central marin fire battalion. chief todd lando. he says his drought conditions worsen the odds of a major wildfire increased by the week take this generation. we've sort of forgotten how at risk we are because we've been successful for this date fighting the fires, but that that luck is going to run out. organizers say it's a wake-up call for families to be fire safe at home and have a plan in case of evacuation. we need an effort from the front fires to the pan that means doing each of us doing our part to make our our community safer fires. always a worry the lang family says it's important to be prepared with it being so dry and we haven't had rain in a long time. i guess. it's just super important to know what to do. and what what options there are out there. and marin county cornell bernard abc 7 news dueling rallies this weekend for and against the recall of san francisco
district. attorney jason boudin supporters of the recall rallied in chinatown's portsmouth square on saturday. urging voters to support measure age some of them included family of crime victims in the city participants there say boudini is not doing his job. he doesn't understand his duty as a district attorney and therefore we're here to let people know that we will not stand for that and we need to recall him as soon as possible. crosstown the district attorney and his supporters defended his record. they held a rally urging voters to reject measure age. the pro recall folks are scapegoating and they are fear-mongering exploiting very real frustration and anxiety that we all share over how the last two years have gone and they're lying and suggesting that recalling me is going to solve those problems. election day is on june 7th, but early voting is well underway right now in san francisco. okay, voting in person is now available in santa clara county for the june 7th primary we're talking about vote center hours
are nine to five every day locations will also be open on memorial day tomorrow in san francisco. this is the first weekend that the city hall voting center is open. it will be open next weekend as well san francisco city hall voting center is open from every weekday from 8 am to 5 pm in both santa clara county and san francisco voting centers are open from 7 am to 8 pm on election day and in person voting centers also open this week in san mateo. eight the chief elections officer tweeted that the san carlos library is among nine locations open for voters. he does suggest people vote early vote centers are open every day. okay, lisa pretty views this morning as we look outside. yeah, nice and sunny. the fog will be gone today, but coming back patchy right along the coast and that's going to keep the temperatures cool. it's only 59 yesterday half moon bay and this morning we do have some fog as you get further south along the san mateo coast
also along the central coast, but otherwise a lot of sun on the way, but unfortunately not only the sea breeze but the wind gusts will be back. there's a look at that fog being swept from north to south from live doppler 7. there was a weather system yesterday that brought us a few areas of mist and drizzle also the sierra nevada getting into the act and could see something else next weekend not out of the question as we look at. this view nice right from montana temperatures in the low 50s from san francisco to santa clara and half moon bay. it is 51 in mountain view, san jose is 55 sutro tower shows how nice and quiet it is out there the winds of the surface are pretty calm getting breezy in spots, but it's the upper elevations where we're seeing more of the gusty north winds, but later on today a bit of a chop out there for sure around the bay due to that win 52 santa rosa 5. a conquered livermore with
mid-40s, napa and fairfield. so it is a little cool out there 24 hours ago. we were warmer and were anywhere from two to four degrees cooler with eight degrees of cooling and napa and there is a bit of a breeze out there. not much right now, but it'll continue to increase you can see up in the north bay near santa rosa wind gusts of 31 miles an hour and those winds coming in faster 50 right now santa cruz in that pretty temperatures in the low 70s today. so clear this morning sunny and breezy to windy today if you're at the coast then near average temperatures tomorrow and today we'll be around average looking at the warming trend through wednesday, and then things really do change. here's a look at two o'clock where the winds are already quite gusty 20 to 40 miles an hour, especially along the marin county coast, but down through san mateo and then the breeze through the delta over into the east bay overnight still a little wind out there. so temperatures will be in and around agrees tonight and then looking at your 10 11 o'clock
windflow just increasing throughout the day again tomorrow. so today and tomorrow really no changes in terms of the wind. it'll be breezy to windy. so that'll kind of offset some of that warming memorial day low 80s inland low 70s bayside 60s at the coast. here's our warm-up upper 80s inland tuesday mid 70s along the bay shore staying in the 60s at the coast wednesday. we're just as mild and ask for today. 71 in oakland look for the peninsula numbers to be in the upper 60s with that seabreeze 75 and morgan hill 81 fairfield 77 in napa and then our fire weather watch out towards the delta come tomorrow and tuesday with relative humidity dropping to around 10% the accuweather seven-day forecast upper 70s today, but the winds today tomorrow slightly warming into the holiday and then 90s inland tuesday, wednesday upper 70's bayside cooler, thursday and friday next. and much cooler this. all right lisa. thank you if you are thinking of
taking bart this weekend just be aware of your route. all day closures are in effect right now for part of the orange and green line the lines between south hayward and union city are shut down for track replacement work through memorial day free bus shuttle service is going to connect the two stations for you this weekend. and just ahead a mental health crisis in one community is alarming some experts. we are breaking down the stigma surrounding mental health. and we come back. ♪ ♪ whether someone is across the neighborhood, across the street, or across the room, you have the power to make them feel right at home. ritz. a taste of welcome.
you have the power to make them feel right at home. now from new york to tell us what's coming up at 7:00 on good morning america. good morning coming up on gma outrage increasing his new details emerged about the school massacre and uvalde, texas and where the police response went wrong this as the memorials continue to grow and the president and first lady visit
the grieving city today plus a georgia voting disaster leaving two dead and three missing after two boats collided on saturday what we know this morning on what caused the accident and with so many on the water this memorial day weekend reminders of boat safety and on a much lighter. this morning. we sat down with the creators of the disney plus series the man delorean ahead of the hit shows third season the they went to to safe. any secrets from going public. it's all ahead here on gma. all right, and we are going to talk now about other new details that are emerging in uvalde, texas and also the questions around mental health. may is mental health awareness month and it's also asian american pacific islander heritage month this morning. we're looking at what some experts are calling a mental health crisis in the aapi community abc news reporter, rena roy explains why seeking help can often be stigmatized and what some are doing to change that? growing up in a south asian home
dr. dimple patel of chicago says she never knew much about therapy or mental health. i didn't understand what the passion looks like or what anxiety looks like because mental health was never really talked about like, oh you're fine, but she realized she was struggling after a car accident forced the then 21 year old to take a step back from her. courses and stay home to recover didn't know that i was experiencing anxiety. i wasn't eating i wasn't sleeping. my heart was constantly racing so she's secretly started seeing a therapist. so afraid of being judged what other people are going to say speaking openly about mental health can often be considered taboo in the asian-american community sigma is definitely a really big issue some of that has to do with cultural values and priv. see and mental illness bringing sort of shame to oneself in one's family. another big contributor the model minority stereotype. this stereotype portrays
asian-americans as effortlessly successful as aapi we can internalize that stereotype and start to believe that we need to be perfect. patel's mother battled that stigma herself and never got the help. she needed dying by suicide in 2011 41% of asian americans are currently experiencing anxiety or depression symptoms and 62% of those diagnosed with mental health conditions need help accessing services. api right now are hurting. we are experiencing three crises at once the mental health pandemic that's happening right now, but also the rising tide of anti-asian hate crimes as well as sort of long-standing problems in the mental health system that don't need aapi where they're at. dr. jeffrey. liu says, there's a lack of translators in cross-cultural training in the mental health industry patel now doing her part to help bring more representation to the community as a therapist and advocate herself. that's why i shared smy story my
mom so i can raise that awareness of things like this do happen and we need to talk about it. it's okay to ask for help reena roy abc news, new york. and to find an ally to help care for your mental health or someone you love you can check out some local resources by going to abc7news.com/take action. so to come on abc 7 mornings, we have the latest on the war in ukra the critical phase of their offensive in the city of odessa plus emergency shipments and declarations may not be enough. we are seeing signs that the baby formula is is getting worse. in every moment there's an opportunity the numbers truly don't. to find a path forward to move ahead to build something better issues of race and social justice are a key part of building a better bay area at abc 7. it's our commitment to meet. the oakland city council is meeting right now with tough questions. is it worse now real solutions? we will all be okay for you for all of us.
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♪ agmrenovations.com ♪ moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. everyone. thanks again for joining us here at 6:30 and let's start this half hour with another check of our weekend forecast lisa liz. it's nice and clear out there the winds little gusty in spots that's going to increase throughout the day today. so breezy to windy out there, but right now a lot of sunshine pretty shot here from emeryville. temperatures in low 50s downtown santa clara half moon bay 51 mountain view, san jose is 54 the golden gate bridge how nice that looks it's going to get a little rough out on the bay today with that wind 52, santa rosa 46, napa fairfield and 54 concord and livermore wind gusts to 31 santa rosa. you can see it's breezy down by
half moon bay. the fog is cleared there and the winds increasing throughout the afternoon. so two to about eight degrees cooler ses get started for your sunday. and then through about nine o'clock fifties sixties not windy yet. it's going to be after the noon hour when the winds get faster 60s and 70s through noon and then by three four clock, we're in the upper uer 60slong the bay ind aun average today, but the coast is cool and breezy liz. all right lisa. thank you to the war in ukraine. russia is now gaining ground in the east taking control of key areas meantime every and even more can help could be on the way a us official says ukraine's request for longer range weapons systems. may soon be granted abc news reporter tom sufi burridge reports for the first time from odessa where that aid is desperately needed. the russians now threatening to encircle the key city of severed
donetsk thousands of civilians and ukrainian troops still inside. putin's offensive in the east moving into a critical phase a us official telling abc news the us will likely supply longer-range rocket systems to ukrainian troops, which they hope could help turn the tide in the battle dorm with stratumos president zelenski saying ukraine will fight for every inch of land taken by putin in the last three months and with ukrainian troops on high alerting the south european leaders talking to putin urging a ceasefire and an end to russia's blockade of the black sea abc news. gaining rare access inside the grain terminal in the port city of odessa. normally this place would be operating 24/7 grain flowing through here out towards the ships but inside here a sorry site. just a few handfuls. dusty grain ukrainian food, which is stuck in the ports normally feeds 400 million
people around the world. so food prices are soaring the un calling it a catastrophe. tom sufi burridge abc news in odessa back here at home. we're looking outside right now at sfo. it's turning out to be a bumpy ride for many people traveling by air this memorial day weekend yesterday another 1500 flights were canceled across the country 2300 were canceled friday bad weather and air traffic control problems are to blame travel experts say flying this summer is going to be tricky and expensive staffing problems record high fuel prices and intense demand for flights could lead to higher fares and fewer flights. delta says it is trimming. our flight schedules by about a hundred departures day late and with everything getting more and more expensive millions americans though are still going to hit the roads and the skies this weekend abc news reporter ellen lopez says almost everything you do this memorial day weekend will cost you more than normal. millions hitting the roads and
taken to the skies for the memorial day weekend in numbers not sync since before the pandemic people. just want to get out and go the unofficial start to the summer in full swing despite skyrock getting prices fuel now hitting a 10-year high averaging $4.60 a gallon right now over $100 to fill up the tank. obviously, we we it's in the back of our head. you know how much we're gonna spend but you know, we got a we gotta enjoy life triple a estimates nearly 35 million are expected to get behind the wheel airfares also soaring up a whopping 33% in april from a year ago. calvin furrier says, he paid 60% more for his plane ticket to atlanta the last time he visited over to my past weeks. i've been putting aside more money. have been looking online every day. hopefully you catch the best flight on friday. tsa says it's screened nearly
2.4 million passengers across the country this year's inflation. also an uninvited guest to the picnic table with the biggest payout on protein chicken costing 30 cents more per pound ground beef over 80 cents. was elwyn lopez reporting the memorial day weekend kicks off summer travel season for most americans overseas more tourism options are opening up. japan is ready to welcome back american tourists after being shut down for two years due to the pandemic starting june 10th people who booked guided package tours will be allowed to travel in the country visitors from the us will not have to show proof of vaccination or need to isolate or test upon arrival. pride month is taking shape on twin peaks in san francisco. we have video from last year's triangle. the annual giant pink triangle is being worked on today with volunteers working on the streamers and borders of the triangle. the pink triangle was a symbol to identify homosexual prisoners and nazi germany.
the triangles founder calls it a giant in your face educational tool. it's going to be on display for the entire month of june nabc 7 is a proud sponsor of the san francisco pride parade. will be able to watch it live right here this year on abc 7. the parade is scheduled for sunday, june 26th. you can check out all of our coverage during pride month and year-round at abc 7 news.com/pride. san diego law enforcement says they are going to participate in that cities lgbtq pride parade on july 16th, but instead of their uniforms participants will march while wearing polo shirts pride parade organizers in san diego say that's the agreement that they reach with law enforcement. duty uniforms and no visible guns. that's the decision that they made after the killing of george floyd in 2020 san francisco police sheriff and fire along with mayor london breed has said that they will boycott this year's san francisco pride parade because of this issue organizers of the san francisco.
event have banned uniform law enforcement from marching in the june 26th event. although they have said that they can wear shirts or polo shirts with sfpd logos if they choose. okay now to the latest on the nationwide baby formula shortage, the problem seems to be getting worse 70% of formula suppliers now say that they are out of stock the fda says millions more cans of formula will soon be flown to the us from australia and the uk for local public health officials across the country more help can comes soon enough just yesterday. i got about 20 calls from others. i mean that was just yesterday. the bind administration is once again invoked that defense production act for a third time in an effort to ramp up supply. and ikea is adding a surprising new product line and some of its stores across california. it's a new line of solar products that are going to enable ikea customers to generate and store their own renewable energy. these panels will be made available to members of ikea's
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here is the live look out side over the bay bridge morning looking out at the sky. time right now 6:41 that's of you from our emeryville camera one of san francisco's most colorful and most musical street events is back. little samba that's returning the carnival is returning. weekend the 44th one after a pandemic hiatus the two-day free
festival features live music dancing and arts and crafts carnival returns with quite a few changes including a healthy dose of prevention and protection from covid. we have a total of six different stations where you can get covid tested. you can get rapid covid test to go home and you can get the vaccine and boosters. so we really want to encourage people to so, you know, stay vaccinated they healthy prevent any more of the spread. other new attractions this year a community-led cannabis garden attack and gaming pavilion and lgbtq dedicated stage carnival takes place on harrison street from 16th to 24th street in san francisco. today's starts with the grand parade at 9:30 in the morning. it goes until 6 pm. part of building a better bay area includes addressing issues of race and social justice this aapi heritage month abc 7 news reporter dion lamb was invited to speak about her reporting on anti-asian violence for the nonprofit society of a hearts delight in san jose. the audience included members of
the chinese immigrant community representatives from south bay supervisors offices and assembly member evans low office for an attendance the event was made part possible in part through santa clara county's division of equity and social justice grant alright lisa another check outside nice and sunny out there and the winds are light here. we have a few gusts around the bay area, but they'll come into play for everyone and in santa cruz 51 degrees going for high in the 70s again today beautiful day out there except if you're at the coast a little blustery, we'll talk about it in detail and the warm up that's on the way next. thank you lisa. also next turning up the heat how miami is using draymond green's comments as motivation. freeze against the celtics chris alvarez will have the details coming up in sports.
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be traveling this weekend here at sfo. maybe some people going to stay home and watch the game tonight. see who the warriors are gonna play in the nba finals. so let's talk about sports this morning. the giants will try to avoid being swept by the team with the worst record in baseball. san francisco plays the reds in a rare 8:35 am first pitch at great american ballpark in cincinnati and afternoon, the a's will try to avoid being swept by the rangers in a four-game weekend. home series first pitch is at 107 at the oakland coliseum and later today. the warriors will be available to talk to the media to talk about the upcoming nba finals still waiting to find out who they're going to take on. here's abc 7 sports anchor chris alvarez with the details in this morning sports. good morning, as you can see behind me the warriors still waiting for their opponent in the nba finals miami beat boston and game six forcing a winner-take-on game 7 of the eastern conference finals tonight in miami. you would have thought the heat had enough motivation facing elimination, but apparently draymond green provided more by
saying the warriors would face boston in the finals have a look at this message, right? you're asking me who i want to play. i'm gonna tell you i think we're gonna play gonna play we're gonna play boston. we're gonna play. thank you not as long just coming over he is so fired up. he wants a message to be relayed. he said tell draymond green. thank you. draymond. green said we're going to play the boston celtics madonna haslem walk over and says, thank you for the inspiration. hey, tell draymond. i said, i appreciate it. you got it. i let him know. know. i don't have his number. we will see later tonight red zelfielder. tommy pham has been suspended three games for slapping giants outfielder. jock peterson during a pregame altercation. friday peterson says, it was over a fantasy football dispute fam says at stem from some. disrespectful text messages mike estrensky's wife new baby and family at this series starter alex wood almost out of the first inning until kyle farmer other ideas three nothing reds on this blast to left center. it was one strike away from
ending that frame top of the sixth giants down three one evan longoria got all of that one to the second deck his third homer in a week in the giants now down. just three two top of the night time run on second two on two out wilmer flores base hit in the right. joey fart heading home aristas are kino throws bart out by a lot and the giants lose on that play. three two, their second straight loss the team with the worst record in the major leagues a's rangers ice cream at the coliseum yummy. top of the fifth five one texas faces loaded for marcus simeon in the former a that's his first homer of the year. it's a grand slam rangers win. 11-4 oakland is 2 and 14 in their las 16 games at the coliseum ncaa softball super regionals. stanford needs a win against oregon state to force a winner. take all game three beaver strike first grace mesmer a two out two-run single, oregon state up to nothing. stanford's best chance comes in. the fit faces were loaded with
one out. now taylor gendelsberger strikes out to end the inning and stanford is shut out to nothing ending their season, oregon state advances to their second women's college world series. that is your look at. let's set it back to you. all right. lisa should be exciting game tonight. i'm i know a lot of people are going to be excited to see who they play who the warriors end up playing. yes, exciting and a long weekend that is exciting as well as we have another day to enjoy for the holiday and that happens to be the warmest day out of the three, but if you have some extended time off we're even warmer tuesday and wednesday. here's a look at live doppler 7 fog just being swept away in the past few hours a couple. reasons for that but as we look outside and enjoy the sunshine right here emeryville, we had it yesterday, but it was cool fewr today looking at emeryville well from emeryville down past the bay bridge there san francisco
52 in the city 51 mountain view santa clara is 52 as well as half moon bay. so look how pretty that is nice and quiet car sky, no win, but it picks up throughout the day in fact quite gusty winds could be anywhere. 40 to 50 miles an hour at the strongest at some of the coastal locations 52 santa rosa 46 in napa. it is 54 concord and livermore so it looks pretty mild out there with all the sun but it's actually cooler with anywhere of two to eight degrees cooling, especially in the north bay, but a lot of sun on the way that sun is strong, but the wind making it feel cooler wind gusts this hour 31 degrees santa rosa 31 miles an hour 20 miles an hour half moon. a calm elsewhere pretty view 51 degrees in santa cruz wins up to 20 miles an hour here at low to mid 70s for highs. so clear skies this morning sunny breezy to windy here at the shoreline near average temperatures today tomorrow and
then we'll go above average as we get into tuesday wednesday. enjoy it because definitely doing a 180 or could do a 180 by the end of the upcoming work week into next weekend upper 70s today for napa if are in bottle rock or enjoying that should be pretty nice. this is our inland east bay where temperatures will be climbing throughout the next several days into the mid 80s and then dropping off into the mid to low 70s next week. how about 7 today for you, santa clara and san jose 73 in sunnyvale on the peninsula, you know, you've got that seabreeze when you're in the upper 60s from millbrae about 70 palo alto a few degrees warmer yesterday before that wind had something to say about it's 61 in the sunset downtown near average in the mid 60s, but it's going to get quite gusty out there today for carnival this afternoon 74 in petaluma 75 vallejo on the east bay look at all the 70s from were to newark your
hercules 73 the win will keep it a big gusty especially through the delta and that's where those winds are going to shift and we do have a fire weather watch monday and tuesday. i want to show you what is expected into next weekend the storm track fades away. then it comes back look at that awfully close and then look at this. rainfall accumulation. can you believe this could see a little rain next sunday? it happens in june. we'll see the accuweather seven-day forecast looking at upper 70s inland 70s bayshore cool at the coast a little bit warmer at the coast on tuesday memorial day is pleasant, but still breezy to gusty calmer and warmer through midweek and then cooler. first weekend in june liz. all right lisa. thank you in the east bay people in oakland got their first. look at a rover. that's about to go on a water searching mission to the moon the viper rover full-size replica is now on display at chabot science center nasa provided this video. viper is a mobile robot that will go to the moon's south pole to get a close-up view of water
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million dollars astronomers say there may be a spectacular meteor show late tomorrow night or early tuesday morning. they say that there could be as many as 1,000 shooting stars lighting up the sky in an hour. it could be a complete dud astronomers are hoping it will be something extra special this year and that's because it's parent comment has been disintegrating which space.com says could result in. worldly light show some astronomers say the meteor storm if it occurs could even last an hour or two local astronomers. say your best chance to see the meteor shower in the bay. area will be at eight about tomorrow night around 10:00 pm and these photos look amazing if that's what we get lisa, but we'll have to ask you about that in just a second. all right meantime a new roller coaster at six flags discovery. kingdom is giving people a thrilling safari experience the park shared this video with us and says the new sidewinder. murray is a one-of-a-kind combination of family coaster and exhibit experience. it opens saturday and includes a
jungle like setting that features live encounters with snakes lizards and other reptiles the roller coaster takes people on sideway spins rapid drops and hairpin curves sidewinder. safari is the parks 11th roller coaster and lisa. i got really excited about that that potential thing we might see in the sky with all those comments. sorry, i got excited about it. wanted to ask you i guess the question is are we gonna have fog tomorrow night? do you think we'll be able to see it unlike the eclipse? yes. that was a bust unfortunately with the cloud 72 in richmond windy at the coast upper 50s the accuweather seven day forecast it's warmer, but it's windy both today and tomorrow then we are much warmer less. midweek much cooler the end of the week in july arrives on wednesday. all right, lisa. thank you. and thank you all for joining us here on abc 7 mornings. i'm liz greats along with lisa arjun abc 7 news continues at 9. am we hope to see you then gma's next followed by this week. have a great day.
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