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to be trusting everyone so easily. >> that's all for now. i'm lester holt. thanks for joining us. mpblts right now the fallout in last night's occupy oakland protest and why police say the protesters are putting the city at risk mpblts another bay area university on alert after disturbing reports of someone lurking in a shower chl we will have a live report there. how california's late primary could play a major role in the gop presidential nom nagts this year. the news starts right now.
since october, mayor says occupy protesters have cost the cash-strap theed city $5 million, 2 million of that in vandalism. nbc bay area is in oakland where police made 400 arrests last night and expect there could be more. kimberly? >> diana, until late this afternoon they were processing the people they arrested last night. 400, the most arrests made in a single night, at least in recent history. as oakland police were busy arresting occupy demonstrators who, they say broke in to the ymca on saturday night, officials say other protest thors broke in to city hall. >> there is a pretty good video where you can see a man with a crowbar, prying it between the door and hitting the emergency fire latch. that's why it is chained now and we will look at the security for the building.
>> children's art and other displays were damaged that the mayor says two flag were stolen, one reportedly burned by protesters. >> what justifies taking over a ymca, or vandalizing a historic, beloved building that is a symbol of oakland's resilience and history? nothing does. >> reporter: police estimate the crowd was 500 strong and say they made more than 400 arrests. at least three officer aess and two protesters were injured. police showed some of the items one officer alone confiscated from protesters. >> we have knives, cutting instruments. >> they showed us this shield enforced with wood. they say they used it. >> they have been more aggressive, more confrontational and more direct action of violence toward the police and the building. as a result of that we have the change our tactics in terms of being able to preserve life and property and make sure that people are not violating the
laws. >> reporter: during the clashes with occupiers, police say they received more than 1700 calls for service, which they say they responded to in in order of urgency. >> personnel dedicated to occupy reduces our ability to focus on public safety priorities. >> they are seeking stay away orders to keep protesters that have been arrested multiple times out of oakland. some call the tactics excessive and some plan to file lawsuits against the department. occupy says that police did not give the prop er order to disperse before making arrests. >> thank you for the update. a small group of people who say they support the occupy movement rallied in oakland today against the violence last night. >> violence should not be in oakland. if we are going to help people
we can't cross boundary and have violence and druk of property and people's rights. dr. king marched for nonviolence. >> a hand full of interfaith leaders gathered for a peace and economic justice rally saying occupy protesters need to focus on the core message about economic equality and say they are holding non-violent seminars similar to dr. king's teachings because of the amount of crime and violence going on in oakland. they say they want people to occupy with peace. also in oakland, a man wanted in connection with the stabbing death of his 15-year-old girlfriend was found dead at the port. the chronicle is reporting that he hanged himself. the alameda county corn nornor's office says it is investigated as a suicide. he is suspected of stabbing his girlfriend on friday night in san leandro.
the she was the mother of their 9-month-old daughter. police are asking female students to be on alert tonight because there are reports of someone lurking in dorm shower areas. nbc bay area is on campus with the latest on that. stephanie. >> reporter: diane, not just one report but four reports of this happening this month alone. this is also the second time in the last week we are hearing about local college students being targeted in their own dorms. >> i was like, what, oh, my goodness. this is horrible. >> reporter: this sophomore's home away from home is feeling less cozy. she lives in an upper classmen dorm that is targeted by a peeping tom. >> this was an issue of somebody sneaking their hand under the shower stall and some girl saw it and screamed and they ran away. >> reporter: students reported four incidents since january 8th, each happened during a
different time of the day but on the same room in the first floor where showers are open to men and women. it's not a surprise to students who tell us they share bathrooms, regardless of the sign posted on the door. >> sometimes the girls use the boy's restrooms and it's no big deal. everybody's living together any way. >> before this were you taking it in the gi's bathroom. >> yeah, i was. it is a sticky situation. a little nerve-racking. >> reporter: according to the stanford daily, students reported a similar peeping tom situation in the showers at a different storm graned in a da hall two years ago. a freshman off camera says you now need a key to get in those bathrooms that are gender pacific. it is not the only bay area campus where dorm safety has been an issue. on friday, michael escobar, a san jose student, was arrested. they say he barged in to unlocked dorm rooms and groped four students earlier that day. noting a pattern, she is changing hers.
>> i know don't always keep my door locked and i probably should. >> reporter: the alleged victims of the first three peeping tom incidents didn't tell authorities at first. it wasn't until the fourth student contacted police that the other three stepped forward. the police always encourage people to tell them as soon as possible giving them the best chance to help. live at stanford, nbc bay area news. thank you, stephanie. with two days until the florida primary the poll s show mitt romney increasing his lead over newt gingrich. leading by 15 points in that state. two familiar and controversial republicans came out this weekend for newt gingrich. pete er alexander has the latest. with strong poll numbers showing him in the driver's seat mitt romney didn't let off the gas at the largest rally of his campaign taking another swipe at
newt gingrich. >> he is finding excuses everywhere he can. he is on tv going station to the station complaining about what he thinks are the reasons he's had difficulties here in florida. we have a president who has a lot of excuses and the excuses are over. it is time to produce. >> reporter: this morning, gingrich, once again, challenged romney's honesty. >> this is a smart man. you point out he was well coached. he came in to the debate prepared to say things that are false. >> gingrich toughened his stance. no longer attacking romney as a massachusetts moderate but as a liberal. >> i think it will be very, very clear, increasingly clear the next few weeks the party is not going to nominate somebody who is pro abortion, pro gun control, pro tax increase liberal. >> newt gingrich got a boost from palin this weekend who called on voters to defiantly play the role of spoiler and herman cain endorsed gingrich on
saturday night. >> speaker gingrich is not afraid of bold ideas. i also know that speaker gingrich is running for president and going through this sausage grinder i know what this sausage grinder is all about. >> after campaigning this weekend in maine, ron paul today argued he's the best candidate to represent frustrated voters. >> somebody like newt gingrich who has been in politics all these year and an insider and claim he is leading the tea party movement. to me that is a little strange. >> reporter: this morning the romney campaign tout theed the endorsement of the state's largest newspaper, "the miami herald" that wrote mr. gingrich might be the feistier candidate but if republicans care about electability in november mr. romney is the better choice. santorum's oldest daughter took her father's place. he left to be with his daughter
bella who suffers from a rare life-threatening genetic disorder and was hospitalized this weekend. >> he will be back as soon as he can. first family comes first, being a dad and husband right now. >> nbc news, new york. typically the republican presidential nominee is decided well before california's june 5th primary. it turns out california conservatives could have an influence after all. the mercury news is reporting that in one scenario, newt gingrich and mitt romney could keep pace with each other long enough for california to weigh in. a new candidate could enter the race meaning it could come down to the final primaries. california has 172 delegates compared to 50 for florida. in all 2200 delegates are up for grabs. the candidate needs a majority to win the nomination at the national convention and that is in august. still ahead at 11:00, a public park saved by private donations. it is a trend that is more and more common since the recession.
we will show you what it means for the largest skateboarding park. and above super bowl village, the first, most popular event in indianapolis right now. check that out. we'll show you. >> pretty wild ride there. weather about to see a change as we get back to the workweek. you can see the doppler radar showing you some showers off to the north. so how much rain or sierra snow can we expect as we head in to n a fe ndnumi w s.teast is coming up in few minutes. as
krass california's largest skate park was saved from closure. it would have been left as a free for all, privatized or padlocked had it not been for the parents fund-raising. the 68,000 square foot maze of a park was built in 2008 mostly with city funds. last summer's budget crisis left enough money to keep it open until september. since then, parents raised $30,000 which is enough to keep it open until the end of the year. it draws 40,000 visitors a year, most of them teenagers. we are one week away from the suture bowl which airs here on nbc bay area. a the teams make their way to indianapolis you may not know this super bowl is making history. jay gray has a look at that and a popular new attraction that lets you get a bird yees eye view of super bowl village. >> reporter: the game may be a week away but the party has already started in indianapolis. >> this is the biggest stage it
has been on. >> and so far things seem to be zipping along. this 800-foot zip line is one of the unique attractions in this year's super bowl village which includes 550,000 square feet of football fun in the nfl experience. >> it's better than what we expected. there's more stuff to do here, not just for adults but kids as well which is nice. >> reporter: it's the first time the big game has been played in the midwest. >> only three hours from chicago and lexington. not that big of a deal to come in and enjoy the weekend. >> reporter: this weekend, thousands have. >> i have never been anywhere close to the super bowl. it is cool. enjoyed it. >> reporter: it's fun and games for 150,000 fans expected in indianapolis, but there are a couple of groups coming to town for work next weekend. the patriots left new england after a rowdy sendoff this
afternoon. >> we're going down there and going for one reason. we're going to give it our best and hopefully we have a lot more people in our party next weekend. >> reporter: the giants will make the trip tomorrow. >> it feels great. it's hard to find all of the right words to describe it. this is the culmination of a lot of people's careers. when you get a chance to get to a super bowl you have to enjoy it. >> a good time that is already started a week before kickoff. jay gray, nbc news. >> i have to say much more good time so to speak if the 49ers were in it, don't you think, rob. it is like, oh, yeah but it is not what it should be. >> it could have been the perfect game and now it is almost perfect game. it is not quite as chilly. some clouds and a sea breeze picking up. temperatures right now 53 in san francisco. 40s around the north bay, up around santa rosa and napa not
too bad. upper 30s tomorrow morning but the cloud cover and winds coming off the ocean is bringing in warm moisture and suring the temperatures will be in the 40s as you wake up tomorrow morning. the winds in to fairfield right now, southwest winds up to ten miles an hour. as the winds pick up and a slight chance of a few sprinkles or light showers, air quality looking at least for now pretty good as we get in to monday. looking at good to moderate air quality around the bay area. doppler radar mainly dry except to the north of sacramento. this is what is left of a line of showers that was actually impress ive as it crossed eureka. it fell apart. on the north bay coastline we will take glou to gurnville. you can see a little light rain there. this line will pass through sonoma county in to marin county, probably after midnight tonight. that will give us a chance of showers. look at how the line, which looked impressive is weakening as it slides to the south.
we have the jet stream which is too far to the north, but still close enough by that it will toss some clouds our way and increase the low-level moisture which could give us drizzle at times, especially on the coast and a chance of showers for the north bay. this will be a two-day event. the middle of the week watch what happens here thursday and friday. high pressure builds in, once again. drying conditions, warming temperatures. 60s and 70s are possible as we get to the end of the week with. hour by hour for your forecast tomorrow, could see drizzle on the coast but the rainfall projections have dialed back. these are the updated computer models showing you that there will be some opportunity for some lighter rain but nothing getting those rain gauges flying an the bay area. for the sierra now the snow totals pulled back as well. maybe some flurries north of 80. looks dry in the sierra. for tomorrow morning, temperatures in the 40s.me so drizzle in a few spots and best bet of showers in the north
bay. temperatures tomorrow a little cooler. you will see low to mid-60s around the south bay. east bay, tri valley highs in the low 60s. the main affect of the pattern is cooler temperatures, upper 50s to low 60s. the first half of the three day forecast shows sprinkles tuesday, wednesday and thursday. everything changes. inland temperatures, 70s. >> 70s. >> same dry patten and looks like next weekend for the super bowl sunday plans looks good. highs in the 60s. would have been better with the niners. >> a whole lot better. coming up, when you thought that facebook was the rage for teenagers. some young people are turning elsewhere in the interest of privacy from their parents plus, the largest study of its kind on heart health is out. the biggest surprise is the danger for 40 somethings. we'll explain that. he
people ages 12 to 17 have taken a liking to the site which allows users to post their thoughts in 140 characters or fewer. that is a double a year ago. one reason is people can control who sees your tweets more easily than on facebook. in other words, teenagers can keep their tweets private from their parents. a user can tweet to a select group of followers and have multiple accounts and down have to use a real name making it tougher for parents to follow and track. i will take note of that. now for a look at what is coming up in sports let's check in with damian andrews of comcast sportsnet. hello. >> on the way in sports it's the best of the best the nfl and the nhl. and one team's already at the super bowl. we are staying here in the bay for basketball rivalry renewed. that's next. [ male announcer ] citibank's new app for ipad
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the basketball season reached the half way point with cal and stanford sitting pretty. the golden bears are 4-0 at home. stanford would love nothing better than to crash the party and take it to the action. first half. cal up 7. jorge going to do some things. a long pass to allen who was angry with that jam. time winding down in the half. stanford on the move. man passes and that is a buzzer beater. stanford up at the half. second half, cal up 6. the floater in the lane and he had a game high 18 and then down low to robert for the dunk and
69-59 cal goes on to win. not the first touchdown in indianapolis this week but the first patriots landed in indianapolis for super bowl xlvi. a trip to the super bowl which you can see next sunday here on nbc bay area is serious business, especially after losing to the giants back in 2008. >> we had a good week of practice. a couple of really good days of preparation trying to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the giants' defense. we played them a while ago. i think they have changed a bit. they are certainly playing as well as aone we played all year. so we have our work out cut out for us. >> the pro bowl in hawaii. raiders and 49ers well respected but the star of the someday brandon marshall. six receptions, four touchdowns.
marshall earned mvp honors. afc wins. nhl all-star game this afternoon in ottawa. logan and mcclellan on the bench. he would get in on the action with an assist. the goal is part of 21 total scored in the contest. final 12-9. the boys of summer are ready to play. it is 20 days and counting until spring training for the a's. with all of the new faces the a's open the arena to introduce themselves at fan fest and while the getting to know you period was fun one of the main topics is the a's possible relocation to san jose. >> i would say that the only site that's available to us, based on our analysis and i don't know where baseball is, but i think we would have heard something had they discovered we can do this or that.
we haven't heard anything, is that downtown site in san jose. >> sunday afternoon at hp pavilion as seen here on nbc bay area. abbott won the third national skating championship. the 26-year-old held on for the lead and took in friday's short program to defeat his training partner. that's going to do it from the xfinity sports desk. back to you. >> thank you. thank you for watching nbc bay area news at 11:00. stick around for more local news after the break. we will have a live report on the aftermath of oakland's latest clash with police. the damage spread from the ymca to city hall. and stanford university is warning women about someone lurking in shower rooms. we will have reaction from studentskl students ahead and t
santa clara county has taken a bold step declaring aen ecstasy epidemic and producing a documentary showing young people denouncing the drug. i'm suzanne shaw. the drug ecstasy isn't new. what's new is that abuse is up among younger users, as young as 12. it's cheap and though kids may say it is harmless it is often cut with narcotics and meth and linked to depression, brain damage and death the. that's why nbc bay area commends santa clara county for taking the initiative reaching 100,000 public school students through a film of their peers who tell the truth about the so-called feel-good drug. it's a smart approach and one we think other bay area counties should try to address the drug problems in their schools.
the links are on-line at nbceditorials.com. good evening. i'm diane dwyer. welcome back to this special edition of bay area news at 11: 0. officials say they are trying to understand why occupy protesters seem to be getting more violent and more cost lich since october, mayor says occupy protesters have cost the cash-strapped city $5 million. nbc bay area, police say they made 400 arrests last night and say there could be more. kimberly?
>> until this afternoon, police say they were still processing the people who they arrested last night. 400, the most arrested in a single night, at least in recent history. as oakland police were busy arresting occupy demonstrators who they say broke in though yam ymca on saturday night, officials say other protesters broke the to city hall. >> there's a pretty good video where you can see a man with a crowbar prying it between the door and hitting the emergency fire latch. so that is why it is chained now and we will relook at the security for the whole building. >> children's art and other displays were damaged and the mayor says two flags were stolen, one reportedly burned by protesters. >> what justifies taking over a ymca? what justifies vandalizing a historic, beloved building that is a symbol of oakland's resilience and history. nothing, i think nothing does. >> reporter: police estimate the crowd was 500 strong and say they made more than 400 arrests.
at least three officer and two protesters were injured. police showed us some of the items one officer confiscated from the protesters. >> we have knives, cutting instruments. >> reporter: they showed us a metal shield enforced with wood. police say plo testers were using it as they moved to the line of officers. >> these marchers have become more aggressive, more confrontational, more direct action of violence forward the police, toward the building and as a result of that, we have to change our tactics in terms of being able to preserve life and property and make sure that people are not violating the laws. >> reporter: during the clashes with occupiers, police say they received more than 1700 calls for service, which they say they responded to in order of urgency. >> personnel and resources dedicated to occupy reduces our ability to focus on public safety priorities. >> reporter: city officials and police say they are seeking stay-away orders to keep occupiers that have been arrested multiple times out of
oakland. protesters called the police officers' actions last night excessive. some say they plan to file lawsuits against the department. occupy oakland claims it did not -- or that police did not give them the proper order to disperse before making arrests. live in oak land, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. a small group of people who say they support the occupy movement rallied in oakland today against the violence last night and against the protesters who vandalized property. >> violence should not be in oakland. if we are going to be occupying a boundary to help people, we can't cross those boundaries and have violence and destruction of property and people's rights. dr. king marched for nonviolence. >> a handful of interfaith leaders gathered for what they called a peace and economic justice rally saying that occupy protesters need to stay focused
on the core message about economic reality and they say they are holding non-violent seminars similar to dr. king's teachings because of the amount of crime and violence going on in oakland. they say they want people to the occupy with peace. also in oakland, a man wanted in connection with the stabbing death of his 15-year-old girlfriend was found dead at the port. the chronicle is reporting 19-year-old henry leone hanged himself. the coroner's office says it is being investigated as a suicide. he is suspected of fatally stabbing his girlfriend friday night in san leandro. she was his girlfriend and the mother of their 9-month-old daughter. police at stanford university put out an alert to students because there are reports of someone lurking in dorm shower areas. nbc bay area has the latest on that. stephanie? >> not just one but four reports
of this happening this month alone. this is the second time in the last week we are learning of local college students getting targeted in their own dorms. >> i was like, what, oh, my goodness. this is horrible. >> reporter: stanford sophomore's home away from home is less cozy. she lives in an upper classmen dorm that's been targeted by a peeping tom. >> there was an issue of someone sneaking their hand under the shower stall to take a picture and some girl sauf it and screamed and they ran away. >> reporter: students reported four incidents since january 8th. each happened during a different time of the day but in the same room on the first floor where showers are open to men and women. it's not a surprise to students who tell us they share bathrooms, regardless of the sign posted on the door. >> sometimes the girls use the boys restrooms, and it's no big deal. everybody's living together any way. >> before this, were you taking it in the goi's bathroom?
>> yeah, i was. it's a sticky situation a little nerve wracking. >> reporter: according to the "stanford daily" students reported aimilar situation at a different storm two years ago. a freshman off camera says you now need a key to get to those bathrooms which are gender specific. stanford is not the only bay area campus where dorm safety has become an issue. on friday, police arrested 21-year-old michael escobar, a san jose state student. they say he barged in to unlocked dorm rooms and groped four female students earlier that day. noting a pattern, she is changing hers. >> i know i don't always keep my door locked and i probably should. >> three students who reported the peeping tom incident didn't step forward until the fourth student called police. that is similar to what happened with the san jose state student. police encouraging people to always tell them as soon as possible to give them the best
chance of helping. live at stanford, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. with two days until the florida primary, the polls show mitt romney increasing his lead over newt gingrich leading now by 15 points, but now, sail sarah palin is trying to step back in the spotlight, sort of. peter alexander explains. ♪ with strong poll numbers showing him in the driver's seat mitt romney didn't let off the gas at the largest rally of his campaign taking another swipe at newt gingrich. >> he's now finding excuse everywhere he can. he is on tv going station to station complaining of what he thinks is the reason he's had difficulty here in florida. we have a president who has a lot of excuses and the excuses are over. it's time to produce. >> gingrich challenged romney's honesty. >> this is a smart man. you point out he was well coached. he came in to the debate prepared to say things are
false. >> reporter: later calling him the legitimate heir to the reagan movement, gingrich stuff toughened his stance. attacking romney as a liberal. >> i think it will be increasingly clear the next few weeks the party is not going to nominate somebody who is pro abortion, pro gun control, pro tax increase liberal. >> reporter: gingrich's confrontation with the republican establishment got a boost from sarah palin this weekend. and herman cain who fired up the tea party with his 9-9-9 tax po posal endorsed gingrich on saturday night. >> speaker gingrich is not afraid of bold ideas. and i also know that speaker gingrich is running for president and going through this sausage grinder. i know what this sausage grinder is all about. >> reporter: after campaigning this weekend in maine, ron paul today argued he's the best
candidate to represent frustrated voters. >> somebody like newt gingrich who has been in politics all of these years and insider and claim he's leading the tea party movement. to me that is a little strange. >> reporter: this morning the romney campaign touted the endorsement of the miami herald that wrote mr. gingrich might be the feistier candidate but if republicans care about electa e electableability in november mr. romney is the better choice. rick santorum's oldest daughter took his place while he went to be with his daughter bella who suffers from a rare life-threatening disorder and was hospitalized this weekend. >> he will be back as soon as he can. family comes first and being a dad and husband right now. >> peter alexander, nbc news, new york. the republican presidential nomination is typically settled before the california june 5th primary but it turns out california conservatives could have an influence this year after all. the mercury news is reporting in
one scenario newt gingrich and mitt romney dowd keep pace with each other long enough for californians to weigh in. an entirely new candidate could enter the race and mean it would i come down to the final primaries. california has 172 delegates compared to 50 for florida. in all about 2200 delegates are up for grabs and a candidate eventually needs a majority to win the nomination at the national convention which is in august. coming up next. >> tells us even healthy appearing young individuals have a substantial risk for cardiovascular disease if these risk factors are present. >> the biggest study on heart health ever and there's a warning for people under 50. i'm here in the nbc bay area weather center where we are tracking what's on the radar. it has been rain to the north. how much of it will hold together in time for your monday morning commute? we will answer thathe full work with the full rkweek forecast whwhen we come back.
california's largest skateboard park is in san jose and it was saved from closure thanks to community help. lake dunning ham regional skate park would have been left as an unstaffed free for all privatized or padlocked had it not been for the parents fund-raising. the 68,000 square foot maze of a park was built in 2008, mostly with city funds but last summer's budget crisis left enough money to keep it open until september. since then parents raised $30,000, which is enough to keep it open until the end of the year. the skate park draws 40,000 visitors a year. the largest study of its kind on the health of your heart has some surprising findings. researchers combined more than 50 years of data the, covering more than a quarter million americans and they learned that the choices you make early on in life have a greater impact than
first thought. here's more from chief science correspondent robert bazell. >> at age 67, jim is a typical patient who gets regular checkups of his heart. because of a busy family and work life. he didn't begin the checkups until in the 50s. >> ten years ago my internist listening to stuff and taking blood tests put me on cholesterol medication and blood pressure medication. >> reporter: a ground-breaking news study from northwestern university shows how critical it is to start paying attention to heart health much earlier. almost everyone knows that smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes are the major risk factors for heart disease, but a study revealed how extremely important they are. even at a relatively young age. for example, a 45-year-old man who has none of the risk factors has a 1.7% lifetime chance of
having a heart attack. if he has two or more risk factors that number sdwrumps to 42%. for a 45-year-old woman the numbers are 1.6% with no risk factor and 21 poen 5% with two already or more. >> the study is so important because it tells us that even healthy-appearing young individuals have a substantial lifetime risk for cardiovascular disease if these risk factors are present. >> the study shows it is important to stay healthy. it found having no risk factors lowered dangers substantially at ages 65, 55, and 75 as well. the biggest surprise was the danger if they are 4 a-year-olds. >> it can make a huge difference in their 70s and 80s. >> jim's risks are well under control. >> i'm enjoying life and looking forward to it. >> the study proves the sooner treatment starts the better the chances of avoiding heart
disease in to old age. robert bazell, nbc news, new york. >> right now we want to check in with rob on the weather around the bay area and a bit of a change perhaps coming up tomorrow morning. >> more clouds at least and probably some drizzle, especially along the coast and in the north bay. another thing the clouds will do is keep overnight temperatures from getting in the 20s or 30s. still in the 50s outside. . not so bad. 51 san jose. 52 san francisco and fairfield. our weather headline taking you in to monday we will see a cloudy start for the north bay, a chance of a few light showers. otherwise sprinkles on the coast and cooler temperatures over the next couple of days. right now the radar is looking dry around the bay area. as we go to clear lake, a little light rain there. as we take you in to santa rosa, you can see to the north a few sprinkles along 101 around windsor earlier. this is what is left of a frontal system that may toss a few showers an the bay area. notice how it falls apart as it
drops to the south. this will drop in between midnight and 5:00 in the morning. perhaps enough lift to that moisture to give us showers an the north bay. the next two days, at least, the jet stream isn't going to be over the bay area. we are not talking big chances of rain but the low clouds and mist has the on-shore breezes push the moisture over the coastal hill tops. a chance of drip drizzle the next couple of mornings and upper 50s to low 60s. the opposite pattern on thursday and friday as high pressure builds in. like what we saw yesterday when we had off-shore winds and dry conditions. the air warms up and dries out. as it heads to the seashore. so 60s and 70s are possible for the bay area. toward friday could see mid-70s in the south bay. in the meantime here's the low cloud cover pushed inland by the sea breeze. east pay hills may be enough to give us a little drizzle. the future cast isn't tipping
any rain buckets in the bay area but you can see the areas in green showing what is drizzle along the coastal hill tops in the east bay. hour by hour, for tomorrow morning, mostly 40s. not so bad. lunchtime in the low 60s around san jose. not in the 70s like the last two afternoons but not bad. south san jose mid to upper 60s toward gilroy. 50s around san francisco and the north bay. the first half of the week talking between tomorrow and wednesday, slightly cooler. but look at the second half of the week with. thursday and friday, 60s and 70s to wrap up the week. feeling more like spring as we head to next weekend and no rain in sight. that jet stream is too far to the north and the story of our winter that big ridge of high pressure getting stronger later in the week. >> and it is february, january, february. weird. all right. thank you, rob. ahead, the skater who pulled off the highest score ever recorded at the u.s. figure skating championships in san
a rare bird could be ri released in the wild with. the wildlife rescue center is expected to free it within the next couple of days. i was found earlier this month suffering from a tear in one its wings. rescuers believe a larger bird may have attacked it. the center only treats two of these birds each year. the san francisco zoo celebrated the year of the dragon today with one of the most dragon-like residents in recognition of the chinese new year, the zoo's 4-year-old bearded dragon was the guest of honor. it has been part of the educational program since 2010. also today, although is late notice anyone who was born in the year of the dragon was allowed in for free. the u.s. figure skating championships crowned the men's
champion today and you saw it here. jeremy abbott won the third title with the highest score ever recorded at the championship. he also landed the only quadruple jump of the day. check it out. very, very nice. the championship was held in san jose at the hp pavilion. coming up next, a review of tonight's screen actors guild awards. actors in one film, in particular, won three big awards an we will show you which film m e .thcars give your loved ones what they really want!
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"the help." >> a drama set in the '60s won multiple honors at the screen actors guild awards on sunday night including best ensemble, equivalent of best picture. >> all of the actors on the stage gave up their ego and were able to just work and it's been such a joy. >> reporter: the help's viola davis took individual honors as best actress while octavia spencer won best supporting actress. both for their roles as maids who spoke up about racial injustice. >> it was really a privilege to work on a film that gave a voice to so many women who made it possible for me to be standing here tonight. >> jean desjardins. >> the french star beat out clooney and brad pitt? i never stopped dreaming. thank you very much. thank you for this dream. >> christopher plummer won his
first sag award, best supporting actor for "beginners". >> i can't tell you what fun i have had being a member of the world's second oldest profession. >> the sag awards are seen as a barometer of next month's academy awards. last year all four individual winners went on to win oscar. mark barger, nbc news. >> one month to go. >> yes. >> thank you for watching nbc bay area news at 11:00. don't forget to follow me on twitter for breaking news alerts and deals around the bay area.
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