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eve. voters across the bay area listening as candidates make their final push push -- push. who wants to be a billionaire? what you need to know ahead of tonight's record jackpot. kumasi: you need to get ready for a rainy week. heavy downpours throughout the bay area. drew is tracking the forecast as we reggie: start a new week. reggie:good morning to you. welcome to monday, november 7. drew: good morning, guys. we are at fort baker, live, showing you what is happening in the elements right now. heavier rain moved through earlier this morning, picking up to about .25 inches of rain. live doppler 7 right now showing you what weather is in the south. this is the first of several cold fronts we are tracking over
the next couple of days. showers from gilroy to hollister. some snow coming to tahoe over the next couple of days. snow levels are down to about 4000 feet this morning. right now, waking up to the 40's and 50's. take the heavy jacket with you. you will need it from time to time today. we will have the best tunes of showers this morning of the bay. it is not raining the entire day, but on and off for the next 24 hours. sunsetted shortly after 5 p.m. we will look at the storm impacts scale and go hour-by-hour, coming up. reggie: window waiver final votes in the election, and control of congress is hanging in the balance. jobina: we are hearing what voters will decide this week that will impact the nation for decades to come. that is one reason democrats and
republicans were on the ground in critical states like georgia and arizona over the weekend. in pennsylvania, three presidents were on the campaign trail. president obama and president biden both worked together. >> truth and facts and logic and reason, and basic decency are on the ballot. democracy itself is on the ballot. kumasi: it is a close race for an open senate seat in pennsylvania. former president donald trump rallied with oz, teasing his own entry into the 2024 race. democrats and republicans are on the ground in the final hours of the election. many people have already voted early here. 40 million people have cast their ballots, surpassing early voting members from 2018 for the midterm in that election. reggie: three candidates in the
oakland mayoral race will host a rally to get residents to complete and turn in their ballots. they are just three of 10 candidates racing to replace the outgoing mayor. that really starts at noon. kumasi: dozens of voting centers are cross -- are open across the bay area. this is a scene at city hall, with voter guides, volunteers, election workers there to help you cast your ballot. polls will be open tomorrow 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. if you get in the line by then, stay in line, because you have the right to vote. california law allows you to take up to two hours off of work without losing any pay. reggie: tomorrow, we will be livestreaming all results after the polls close. that is for three hours straight from 8:00 to 11 p.m. you can watch that with our abc 7 bay area news app on your smartphone or tv, and on channel seven on the air on satellite or cable. at 5:00, we go live to national
elections. abc 7 news 11:00 p.m., we will have a full recap of local results. kumasi: new questions this morning about elon musk's commitment to free speech after he threatened to suspend accounts that mimic his own. several celebrities changed their accounts to impersonate him over the weekend, criticizing his plan to charge eight dollars per month for verification. that plan has since been delayed. previously, he argued no user should pace -- should face permanent suspension. jack dorsey apologized to those who will be laid off. twitter is asking some workers to return. according to bloomberg, summer are laid off by mistake. reggie: facebook's parent company is preparing for its own large-scale layoffs.
the layoffs could happen as soon as wednesday. they are expected to affect thousands of employees, but it is unclear what percentage of votes overall workforce. it would be the company's first large-scale layoffs in its 18 year history. the stock has fallen more than 70% this year. in today's "gma first look," tonight's powerball a whopping $1.9 billion. >> in this morning's "gma first look," who wants to be a billionaire? >> i think it is everybody's dream to even when just $1 million. but $1 billion, almost $2 million? >> it can be years for just two dollars and a lot of luck. 41 consecutive drawing since the last huge winner took home nearly $700 million in california. as the crest prize goes up, your odds stay the same, a staggering one in 300 million. you have to better chance of
being struck by lightning a bit by a shark. >> we want to foster an environment with responsible gaming. please don't spend money that you would not otherwise spend on games. >> we will have much more in this record breaking jackpot coming up at 7 a.m., with your "gma first look." kumasi: we are on storm watch this morning, as rain continues to fall across the bay area. this is what it looked like just hours ago in vallejo. you can see how wet and windy it is out there. abc 7 news reporter lena howland live this morning with how residents are reporting -- are preparing. lena: beaches across the northern coast are bracing for the possibility of high surf. in lynn, bracing for widespread rain and a good chance of thunderstorms. there's a look at the weather overnight in contra costa county. just after midnight, rain really
coming down, sometimes even raining sideways, also bringing in pretty intense wind. this filled streets with standing water, while most of us were sleeping, before quickly moving east. marin county and f.a.r. battalion chiefs is cautiously optimistic this will close the book on a dry fire season. >> we're looking at rain coming sunday night, monday night come into tuesday. any additional rainfall we get is going to help really put an end to fire season, hopefully, for us and will in california. lena: we were also up in mill valley yesterday, or we saw people getting ready with everything from foods and parts, to stuff that stops leaks. a hardware store told us they are expecting to sell out as soon as the first raindrops fall. a good reminder for anybody out hitting the roads today, even if it is not raining where you are at, it might be a little bit
later on today. make sure you have got your lights on, a little bit of extra following distance, and also make sure you have a little bit of extra travel time to get to where you need to go. kumasi: thank you. you can check the forecast and see live doppler 7 any time with the abc 7 bay area streaming tv app. this is all available in the weather on demand section. just download now. drew: time now is 5:08 a.m. we are tracking a bit available. -- a bit of lola. the heaviest rain is falling around gilroy. right now, seeing some breaks in cloud cover. don't worry, there's more rain coming today and tomorrow. it's a level 1 on the abc 7 storm impact scale. showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast.
heaviest rain and strongest winds will occur late tonight and early morning hours on tuesday. gusty winds could be in excess of 40 mph. here is future weather. as we go hour-by-hour this morning, the best chance of finding showers will lie in the north bay. heavier downpours around santa rosa. into the afternoon, showers remain scattered a brief break later this evening, then watch what happens. i midnight tonight, here comes our next cold front. this brings heavy rain and very strong winds early tomorrow morning. today through wednesday morning, we had a very good shot for most of us seeing .5 inches to 1.5 inches of rain, possibly more, depending on where those downpours set up. the next three days, unsettled. we like to see this weather pattern. each day, it is a level 1 on the storm impact scale. tomorrow morning is a stormy morning for election day. wednesday, the morning will feature rain, but we will start to dry out. we will show you that extended
forecast in a couple minutes. jobina: looking good out there. good morning, everyone. we are beginning with a crash we are following in the south bay. it is a rollover situation. this tends to happen when we have slick conditions. northbound 17, this is right in the lexington hills camera.in b. looking life at the san rafael bridge, wet payment in the area. conditions. headlights are traveling westboun f this is our busiest core at the moment. that would be tracy to dublin, 45 minutes for the ride. we are anticipating this will increase, especially with the weather. injected concord, 18 minutes. reggie: checking up on your 401(k). what experts are saying you should be looking out for, with regards to retirement plan. kumasi: cruising around san
it's how it brings us together. kumasi: today, oakland police will give more information about the discovery of the remains of the missing woman. police say it and commodore county resident found part of the woman's remains late last week. the 24-year-old has been missing since january, when police believe her ex-boyfriend killed her. her family is organizing a candlelight vigil to celebrate her life. they are requesting privacy during this time. reggie: this morning, we are hearing from bay area center feinstein. she says she is "deeply disappointed in quote by the disinformation by prominent people on the other cited the aisle regarding the brutal attack against paul pelosi. the senator also added leaders
on the others thought of the aisle have a responsibility to denounce these lies and put an end to them. paul pelosi was released from the hospital on thursday. his wife, house speaker nancy pelosi, says he is under doctor's care. the suspected attacker has his next court hearing scheduled for december 14. kumasi: now to the economy and the thing many of us have been avoiding looking at recently, our 401(k) retirement plans. abc news reporter alexis christopherson takes a look at what we should be looking at right now. reporter: with the stock market down significantly this year, and inflation at levels we haven't seen in decades, americans are worried about their retirement accounts. an editor at large at cnet money says it is important to check your account, but not too frequently. >> if you feel your -- if you feel nervous checking your portfolio, don't do it all the time. i think once in a while, periodically, once a recorder, and especially now is a good
time, as we get close to the end of the year. reporter: uncertainty in the market shouldn't force you to quick decisions with what to do with your money. >> don't make changes because you're watching tv and watching stocks fall. just a member that that is par for the course, as we are investing for decades toward retirement. the good news is that there are more positive days in the market down there are negative days over the long run. reporter: if you do want to make changes, get some help. >> don't go to loan. work with someone who is an expert, who is certified, who is experienced, who can really guide you toward this change that you potentially want to make. reporter: she says there's free help available if you have a 401(k) account. >> there is an 800 number or a website attached to that portfolio. they will have resources for their plan participants, free resources. if you need to talk to somebody to just get a better
understanding of what's going on your portfolio. kumasi: a driverless car company is planning to expand its services around san francisco. the taxi service will out into the mission, marina, and were city appeared however, key neighborhoods are still unavailable. that includes initial districts, parts of nob hill, and others. currently, the taxis are only available to order after 10 p.m. because of lighter traffic. that helps with their performance. it tastes like thanksgiving, but it is all ice cream. reggie: a sweet and savory holiday feast flavor. they showed pictures on instagram. they say this is there five course thanksgiving menu, as told through ice cream. they have parker house rolls with salted butter cream, caramelized turkey and cranberry sauce, roasted peach and sage cornbread stuffing. there also punk -- sorry, it is
pumpkin. kumasi: i know. reggie: and gingersnap pie. also, moms mango pie. really? you can get all five flavors for $85. they have bay area locations in san francisco, palo alto, santa clara, and san ramon. kumasi: also, it is dressing, not stuffing, right? reggie: well, yeah. there is a technical difference. the stuffing is in the bird and dressing is separate. no one should beast -- no one should be doing stuffing at all. that is salmonella. [laughter] it will ruin your night and the next day. kumasi: women alone. [laughter] reggie: hi, drew. drew: moms mango pie. i have never in my life heard of that. reggie: they are great.
i have had these flavors before and they're are fun, but someone at headquarters said, lets slip that in row quick. drew: my moments to be famous, she has to have her mango pie. kumasi: [laughter] drew: so weird. good morning, everybody. we are tracking a cold and wet morning out there. we will have scattered showers throughout the day. heavier rain earlier this morning that brought a quarter of an inch. here is live doppler 7. the exploratorium camera showing you some partly cloudy skies. here's how the forecast shake set. periods of rain this morning. showers and any light rain will taper off starting wednesday afternoon. future weather, let's go hour-by-hour. take your umbrella with you. we have scattered showers in the north this morning. in the afternoon, i think anybody is fair game for a shower to pop up before we track
another cold front approaching late tonight, bringing strong winds and a brief bout of heavier showers. today, a partly sunny day. temperatures in the upper 50's to lower 60's. tonight, we have another cold front right around midnight tonight. gusty winds, temperatures generally in the 40's. we have a winter storm warning in effect for the sierra until 4 a.m. wednesday. one foot to four feet of snow. winds could gust as high as 100 mph. travel will be downright impossible. that snow level is dropping to about 4000 feet. here is the accuweather 7 a forecast. the next three days, we do stay unsettled. by wednesday evening, drying out. thursday and friday for the holiday, looking great. over the weekend, a chance of an isolated showers. not putting a number on it. not too widespread, but it
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day after day, for 40 days. won't overwhelm. won't fade away. febreze car. love it or get your money back. kumasi: here are the seven things you need to know this morning, starting with the drew. drew: number one, we are tracking scattered showers throughout the day today. it is a level one light storm on the storm impact scale. you can see throughout the day, it is not a total wash up. take the a merlot with you because you will need a from time to time. temperatures in the 50's and low 60's this afternoon. jobina: due to this weather, also experiencing issues on the roadways. an overturned vehicle reported in lexington hills at redwood estate spewed you can see the slowdown on the mat. kumasi: a hive -- a high surf advisory in the bay area beaches until tomorrow. ways could reach as high as 20 feet. reggie: condolences pouring in for nick carter. the 34-year-old dead -- the
34-year-old was found dead over the weekend. kumasi: facebooks pair company is the next tech company to announce layoffs. the report the lives could happen as soon as wednesday and what affect thousands of people. reggie: number six, twitter is delaying the launch of the eight dollar per month verification subscription. there are reports this morning some laid-off workers are already being asked to come back. they may have been let go by mistake. kumasi: number seven, dozens of owning centers are now open across the voting center -- the bay area for early voting. pose will be open tomorrow 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. less than three weeks until thanksgiving. macy's is testing their balloons for the thanksgiving day parade. this year, the lineup includes bluey from the popular animated series, minions, and snoopy. a marching band from fresno will be taking part in the parade
this year. the parade dates back to 19 24. if you are craving something sweet, hostess is revealing its seasonal sex to sell red holidays. reggie: it is launching four different treats, including holiday how hose. you can also get mint flavored twinkies. they are also bringing back another fan favorite. hot cocoa and marginal flavored doughnuts. they will be available for a limited time at gas stations and convenience stores. wherever -- where else would you buy these? kumasi: not in my house. just call somebody. get a pie. do you have a friend who could cook? maybe you should try to cook. reggie: give it a shot. anyway, there was a great turnout for our great event, offer a great cause. or than 2000 people came to this
weekends "walked in alzheimer's" in san francisco. i was there as an mc. >> where raising money for an organization that i truly believe in our lifetime is going to end alzheimer's. reggie: do you like my little outfit? kumasi: i like it. reggie: it says grand champion. kumasi: elite. reggie: elite. [laughter] the simple fact is, more than 6 million americans have alzheimer's and we have yet to have someone survive it. i am determined that we will get to a point in our lifetime or there will no longer be the case. this walk raised nearly $870,000. as always, abc7news is a proud sponsor of the event. i want to personally think anyone who watches this program who donated to our team. i started last week just trying to get above the $500 mark,
helping to raise $1000. i would have been really pleased. i raised more than $6,200. and i got even more donations yesterday. i haven't even looked at that tally yet. i was just extremely touched by everyone who did this for folks who are living with alzheimer's and people who support those who are living with alzheimer's. this is going to make a huge difference. there are really a lot of great scientific advances that have been made over this past year. i am hopeful. kumasi: this is amazing. i remember when we were sitting here and you said you had $400. i was like, we need to get it up, raise it up. and people responded. reggie: u.s. to -- you pushed me. kumasi: you asked if we should raise the limit and we did. people will give more than that. companies will make -- will match donations. like disney matched mine for the 10k.
10k. reggie: i'm something for for everyone who supported this year. san jose sharks in the olympics. kumasi: let's take a look outside. outside. this is they would this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31.
this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31. announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. reggie: now at 5:30, when they until election day. there's a lot of disinformation on social media. cyber security experts are saying to look out for. kumasi: how you can take part in the annual tradition. reggie: the base presence in the black panther sequel. the two artists that have a song together. kumasi: the dangerous conditions officials are warning about today. good morning, everybody. it is monday, november 7. reggie: first, a check on the
weather. drew: that high surf advisory means waves up to 20 feet are possible along the coastline today. we are tracking stormy weather. here is live doppler seven right now, showing the rain falling around gilroy. much of the wet weather right now is in the south bay. we have snow falling around tahoe. and winter storm warning is in effect until wednesday morning. still levels down to 4000 feet. we are inspecting one fit -- one foot to four feet of fresh powder. take a heavier jacket with you today, the gloves, the hat. maybe the umbrella as well. will not need it the entire day, but from time to time. sfo showing you wet roadways. scattered showers start the day. we will find temperatures in the 50's and 60's. our by our future weather coming up. kumasi: if you are heading to the beach today, you need to beware of high water. a surf advisory is in effect today and tomorrow because waves could break anywhere from 15
feet to 20 feet. the water was dangerous even before the advisory began. two people had to be rescued yesterday and one of them died. one man at the beach jumped into action when he saw the swimmers struggling in the water. >> i jumped in, swim out there. by the time i got to one of the guys, i noticed the other one was floating upside down. kumasi: the other swimmer had to be taken to a local hospital. this morning, their condition is not known. reggie: pg&e says they are prepared for any outages that might happen over the next four days. heavy rain hit parts of the bay area overnight. here's a look in martinez overnight. people taking no chances as they prepare for several more days of this. abc 7 news reporter lena hellenism san francisco with how people are bracing for the storm. lena: with a new storm front moving in late last night and into the day-to-day, now moving into tomorrow, we can expect
more moisture, and we found many people across the bay area celebrating this added moisture. take a lookthi he' lk at what things look like over in contra costa county just after midnight. we saw the rain really coming down, sometimes even raining sideways. we also saw heavy rain rolling across martinez and throughout the bay area. people at mill valley were getting storm ready, too, with everything from boots to tarps, to the stuff that stops leaks. a building supply hardware store says they are expecting to sell out as soon as the first raindrops fall. >> all the flashing, all the tarps, shop fax will go because it will be an oops moment. you have a leak and have to clean it up, get the water off the floor. >> i do hope it comes and i don't even mind if it floods, because it is rain. [laughter]
hopefully, we can just hope with watering the plants. lena: marin county fire chief is optimistic this storm will close the books on our dry fire season. even if it is not raining this morning when you leave for work or school, this is still a very good reminder, as it could be raining once you leave from work or school, so make sure you have your lights on, allow for a little extra travel distance, and also make sure you have some extra travel time as well to get to where you need to go with this possible rain. reggie: thank you. as this winter weather moves in, you can follow when it will be heading where you live. our website and the abc 7 app includes i've doppler seven and our exclusive storm impact scale, so you can know what to expect. kumasi: your voice, your vote. tomorrow is election day and millions of people will be heading to the polls to cast their ballots. there is serious concern this morning that the information many people are using to make
their decisions isn't right. jobina is at the live desk with what you can do to avoid misinformation and disinformation. jobina: this is extremely high stakes for both parties, with controlled the house and senate hanging in the balance. that has prompted an onslaught of mints information campaigns. cybersecurity experts at san jose state university says that what we are facing today is a phenomenon called "the truth decay." too much scrolling and not enough fact checking is threatening our country's democracy. >> any news about any election may be emotional. usually, that is the main purpose for the misinformation and disinformation, to talk to your emotions. jobina: he says will have a responsibility to verify sources. he is also calling into question elon musk's attempt to monetize the blue check that signifies a
person is verified on twitter. if everyone is verified, nobody is verified. musk says his mission is to make twitter an excellent source of information. reggie: there are some lesser-known measures on the ballot. in oakley, residents can vote on whether to change the language in the city charter to use gender inclusive and gender-neutral language. abc7news reporter gloria rodrigues in the newsroom with more on that. gloria: measure our would remove gender specific language. the measure would change words like "fireman" to "fireitcharte. thissromoman, not bark -- non-binary, firefighter department.
meredith is a firefighter in oakland and says that hearing the word "fireman" automatically negates a lot of people with that word. more inclusivity, more people want to be part of the organization and career. >> i think lane which is very important, especially in terms of inclusivity and by varsity. part of what we have been doing in oakland, and with the town firefighter group, it is exposing people to female identified folks and non-binary folks to the job of firefighter. changing the language from "fireman" to "firefighter" owners who we want to come in and also that people who are doing the job now. it is been quite a while that hasn't been just men doing the job. >> words matter. they really do. they can hurt or heal. our goal is definitely an open
fire department to be all-inclusive. i am really excited to hear about this. this is great. gloria: this was adopted in 2020, requiring gender inclusive language. it does not assume a specific gender. that would include when it comes to city laws, policies, and communications. if approve the amendments, the city charter with change accordingly. there does not seem to be much opposition to this measure. kumasi: you are invited. the former san francisco mayor wants to see you at his free election day lunch. this is a long-standing tradition. it happens every election day. it is open everybody. several candidates say they will be attending the lunch tomorrow. >> they come from all walks of life. republicans, immigrants, trunk,
biting, all the respective categories. kumasi: hundreds of san franciscans are expected to fill the three floors. it is an opportunity for everybody to get reenergized to get out and vote before the clock starts in :00 tomorrow night. if you haven't voted already, abc 7 is making it easy to get to know every issue on your ballot. it shows the arguments for and against each measure, seek and make your vote count. concerns about bird flu, while wildlife experts are saying it is reggie: the special event today to benefit a local food bank. first, checking in outside with meteorologist drew tuma. drew: good morning. we are live at fort baker this morning, showing you the wet weather this morning and
happening throughout the day today and even tomorrow. live doppler 7, showing one of several cold fronts moving through. it is exiting the south bay, but more showers on the way. there is one front you see moving through the bay area. more rain to our north is going to spin through here today and tomorrow as well. on the exclusive abc 7 storm impact scales, level 1 one today and tomorrow. the heaviest rain and storm's winds will occur late tonight and early tomorrow morning. winds could gust over 40 mph. take an umbrella with you. you will need it from time to time. we track scattered showers in the north this morning. i think by the afternoon, anyone is fair game for showers. tracking another cold front moving through here close to midnight. that is when we expect heavy rain and gusty winds. this is healthy rain. .5 inches to 1.5 inches in many
spots come up with this series of fronts moving through. we remain unsettled the next three days. tomorrow is a stormy morning. it is also chilly in the 50's. by wednesday afternoon, we begin to dry out. let's get a check of traffic with jobina. jobina: it is slick and we have a number of problems to get to. going to start in the south bay. we have an overturned vehicle blocking all lanes temporarily. that is why you see this long purple line on northbound 17 at redwood estates. just be aware you cannot get through. chp is not even diverting people around at the moment. we will continue to watch out for that and see the end up issuing a sig alert. northbound 680, with another spin up. that's not great news. we have a stalled big rig on the upper deck of the bay bridge. be aware you will run into some minor delays there. looking live at the golden gate bridge, slick pavement in this area. not too far from where drew is
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kumasi: this morning, we are learning more about the death of singer aaron carter. he was found dead in his los angeles home of the weekend. last night, his brother, backstreet boys nick carter, pay tribute during the performance in london. reporter: an emotional tribute last night at this backstreet boys concert in london for the younger brother of singer nick carter, seen on stage holding back tears and receiving hugs. >> we have heavy hearts, because
we lost one of our family members yesterday. reporter: nick carter posting on instagram sunday, "my heart is broken. even though my brother and i have had a complicated relationship, my love for him has never faded." he added, "addiction and mental illness is the real villain here." aaron carter was found dead in his home on saturday. he got his start at just nine years old, opening for his brothers great. not long after, aaron's second studio album went triple platinum. that led to several acting roles, including on "sabrina: the teenage witch" and "lizzie mcguire." the sheriff's department revealed how carter was found saturday in a bathtub. >> information since the house center found a male in the uppers -- upstairs bathtub, unresponsive. they were instructed to start
cpr on the mail. reporter: anthony says he tried to help. >> the housesitter or maid came to the door and was screaming, " he's dead, he's dead." we wanted to help. i told my wife. reporter: he was engaged his girlfriend and they had an 11-month-old son. >> he said he would go to rehab, if that's what you want me to do. reporter: the medical examiner will now determine aaron carter's exact cause of death. reggie: eight dave -- a deadly bird flu is spreading through the bay area. the virus has no cure. it is highly contagious and impacts species ranging from poultry to rectors. if it continues to spread, millions of bay area birds could die. there are economic consequent is, too. bay area farmers are already losing thousands of their turkeys if you notice a bird that appears to be sick, call your local wildlife hospital
before you approach it. kumasi: third time's the charm. that is what the oscars is hoping for next year's award show. the -- they just announced jimmy kimmel will host. he says, "i'm grateful to the academy for asking me so quickly after everyone good said no." the 95th oscars heirs live right here on abc 7. reggie: so burning the 20 the anniversary today. it opened on the state. centeno is hosting an event where you can taste local wines, cocktails, and bytes from the areas. there will also be live entertainment and you can get a swag bag. tickets cost $50 in proceeds go to second harvest of silicon valley. " black panther: on a forever" is coming to theaters this week. kumasi: where no learning that
music by a local artist is being debuted in the film. >> ♪ kumasi: all right. this song features a legendary bay area rapper. this is a song on the new "black panther" soundtrack. we already told you about music from rihanna is in the movie. it is just nice that we have a strong bay area presence in the film. the movie is out thursday night. disney is a parent company of both marvel and abc 7, and i'm going to watch it in oakland for the premier thursday. reggie: yes. i wonder if any of those folks will be there. i bet they will. kumasi: if they are there, you will know. i will find them. [laughter] reggie: good. i have no doubt, drew. drew: kumasi always manifests
the best celebrities. and you have to follow her instagram. her stories when she goes to premieres like this are wild. she has the best behind-the-scenes footage, behind-the-scenes photos. she is always dressed the best. kumasi: thank you, friend. height me up. [laughter] drew: i got you. you know what? at least the rain will be out of here. he will be totally dry out thursday, so no worries there. live doppler 7 now. rounds of rain the next couple of days. november is unsettled. a storm season is certainly with us the next couple of days. live doppler 7 showing you breaks. some showers around, but for the most part, a lot of wet pavement on the roadways. sfo, the roadways are wet this morning. the window for heaviest rain and wind is right around midnight tonight. on of us are sleeping.
we will have showers taper in tomorrow afternoon. today, we will have waves breaking up to 20 feet. that is dangerous, hazardous surf. as we go hour-by-hour this morning, rain drops mainly in the north bay for the next couple of hours. into the afternoon, everyone has a good chance of seeing a pop-up shower. it is chilly today, with temperatures in the 50's. we will watch our next cold front moving on shore late tonight and early tomorrow morning. highs today, dress in layers. we are mainly in the upper 50's and lower 60's, with scattered showers. a level 1 on the exclusive abc 7 storm impact scale. a stormy night, rain and wind. if is trash night, try to wake out -- try to wait to take out the cans until tomorrow morning, because we will have winds gusting 40 mph in spots. early tomorrow morning, winds will raced out of the south.
a winter storm warning and effect for the sierra. look at this through 4 a.m. wednesday. the next 48 hours, heavy snow, one foot to four feet. this is difficult, if not impossible travel. i would hold off before you try to go up to tahoe until later this week. unsettled the next couple of days. we will drought wednesday afternoon. thursday and friday looking nice. chance of an isolated showers of the weekend. reggie: i feel i have to correct something, just for my own peace of mind. i said a few minutes ago that santana row is celebrating its 20 the anniversary. it opened up in 2002, because that is how mathworks, not 2007. kumasi: carry the one. [laughter] reggie: reading that like a dumb dumb. i'm not a math magician.
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kumasi: if you're hoping to get the latest iphone, you might have to wait a wall. apple says covered restrictions overseas are affecting its factory in china. the company says it is expecting lower shipments of the iphone 14. this comes as iphone is reportedly making moves to simla fight siri. you will be able to just say
"siri." they're working on this change for months and hope to roll it out soon. an annual tradition has made a comeback after a pandemic pause. the sharks hosted a star-studded scrimmage in northern california. several members participated in a friendly game of hockey. e shks foundatnseys a00 for the special olym if youant e year, moon, te to s up early -- stay up late or get up early, depending on how you look at it. it will peak just before 3 a.m. a viewing party will be hosted. astronomers will be on hand to answer questions and talk about the moon. the next total lunar eclipse won't happen until 2025. drew: i'm not trying to be
eeyore, you guys, but you're probably not going to be able to see it. i know, i know. it is one of the coolest things all year. unfortunately, mother nature is not cooperating with us tonight. what we have is a break in some of the wet weather this morning. do not be alarmed. more rain is on the way. probably waking up to wet pavement. that is a big issue right now. we have some drizzle that is about to move on shore. you can see that as we zoom in and around south city. here's a look at the exploratorium camera right now. partly cloudy skies. here is how your day shapes up. scattered showers start the day. it is not raining the entire time, but it is a level 1 on the level -- on the storm impact skill. we are highlighting late tonight and into early tomorrow morning. when that eclipse is happening, that is when we will have to
heaviest rain and strongest wind. we are talking wind gusts in excess of 40 mph. total rainfall, .5 inches to 1.5 inches. keep your umbrella handy until monday morning. kumasi: due at 6:00, free access to transit across the bay area is expanding. any pilot program by just using your card. reggie: a battle for congress and key campaigns are making one last push before election day. keeping an eye on races all across the country. kumasi: we are also on storm watch. rain and wind across the bay area overnight. tracking conditions you can expect as you head out t
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yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31. >> building a better bay area. moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. kumasi: countdown to election day. voting centers open for people across the bay area looking to cast their ballots early as candidates make their final push to get your vote. reggie: trouble in tech. first twitter and now meta looking to lay off thousands of workers. kumasi: we are on storm watch. we have seen heavy downpours across the bay area overnight. you might need an umbrella for some boots as you head out the door. drew is tracking everything and how long this wet weather is going to last. reggie: welcome to monday, november 7. kumasi: we will check our