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good morning. swerlting. ' good morning. sweltering record setting heat across the area. st 100 degrees. that heat fueling an unexpected tornado in michigan that killed one person and injured dozens of others. this morning, the full forecast. breaking overnight. growing alliance. president biden and south korea this morning, meeting with the country's new president, the
world leaders discussing neighboring north korea's nuclear threat. president biden saying he'd be open with to meeting with a kim jong-un. operation fly formula, those first bottles of much-needed baby formula expected to be on u.s. soil as early as tomorrow, the formula can't come soon enough for anxious parents growing more desperate to feed their babies in the midst of a worsening nationwide shortage. >> look at this. look at all this. look at the shelves. >> when this first round will be on store shelves. monkeypox concerns. worldwide health officials on high alert with the illness reaching a dozen countries including the u.s. what you need to know about the rare virus.
all that, plus stock market slide, the s&p 500 briefly entering bear market territory on friday after another wild week on wall street. as prices skyrocketen everything, we'll help you save on your summer vacation. on may 21st, 2022. >> announcer: "today" with peter alexander and kristen welker. welcome to "today" and thank you so much for joining us on this saturday morning. joe fryer is here in studio while peter is traveling with the president in south korea. joe, it's good to have you here. peter left. he left this scorching heat we're having. >> no kidding. it's a little bit cooler where
peter is. we're going to be testing our air-conditioners today. the last stronghold, mariupol, in ukraine, apparently under russian control, we'll get the very latest in a live report. golfing great tiger woods looking to make his move at the pga championship this weekend. he made the cut after rebounding in the second round on friday. we want to begin with our top story, where we started, the record heat expected to impact more than 35 million people. scorching temperatures. >> that same heat dome played a role in a rare tornado that ripped through michigan on friday. in the small town of gaylord. for more on what to expect today, we're on the streets on
the d.c. >> reporter: good morning. it's a sticky and humid start. you know you're in a hot and oppressive day. let's go ahead and take a look right now at the heat that's moving through parts of the northeast, so you can see it's shifted from the west to the east, it's our turn now as far as heat advisories. we're seeing unprecedented advisories being issued by national weather service offices across the northeast, 36 million people will be impacted today. we're talking about heat index values to the triple digits. we're going for a high of 96 in d.c. 97 in philadelphia. look at what it's going to feel like in philadelphia, 100 degrees. areas like boston, in the 80s. if you don't hit the 90s today you'll than likely be hitting them tomorrow. 95 degrees in hartford. con card, feeling like 98 for
your saturday afternoon. with that tornado, that heat really helps to fuel the storms, today we have 35 million people at risk, all the way from texas into greenville, maine, 2,000-mile stretch there, we could see tornadoes possible and hail. we'll see a severe threat tomorrow. i was thinking about how cool it was at the top of the week, this quick switch is going to be a shock to the system, i can't stress enough staying hydrated and staying cool. meanwhile, we want to turn to our top story in seoul, where president biden is attending a state dinner with south korea's leader. earlier today the two discussing relations with the neighboring countries, china and north korea. peter is traveling with the president. in seoul this morning. this is president biden's first trip to asia and there have
already been plenty of headlines. >> reporter: the state dinner as you noted taking place right now, punctuating this day of diplomacy, focusing on the nuclear threat from north korea. president biden and south korea's president said their shared goal remains the complete denuclearization of north korea, the president offered an on live branch of sort. president biden laying a wreath at south korea's national cemetery, paying tribute to those fallen soldiers. his trip here comes as u.s. intelligence warns that north korea may be preparing to conduct a missile test. today consulting with south korea's newly inaugurated president. offering aid amid a covid crisis.
>> not only north korea but china as well, and we're prepared to do that immediately, we've gotten no response. >> reporter: white house official telling nbc news, the u.s. offered vaccines to north korea, like the global distribution program called covax and provide them to china to give them to north korea. the president is not ruling out meeting with kim in the future. >> with regard whether i would meet with the leader of north korea it would depend on whether he was sincere and serious. >> reporter: the president's visit here also attended to show neighboring china the u.s.'s alliances remain strong, president biden hoping his relations here will help address the supply chain challenges and inflation back at home. touring a massive samsung
factory that will create 2,000 new jobs in texas. that will create critically needed semiconductors. part of an effort to relieve the shortages that have helped fuel skyrocketing prices as it relates to north korea, president biden's south korea counterpart said for military exercises. >> peter, i do want to follow up with you on some other news that i know you're tracking, a federal judge blocked the biden administration from lifting the title 42 the trump-era covid restrictions. what is white house saying? >> reporter: the white house
says it disagrees with that decision, the justice department already announced it's going to appeal the decision. it's important though because it delays opening the doors of migrants waiting more than two years to get into the country. politically the ruling may actually help the white house giving them more time to figure out how to deal with that expected surge of migrants. >> peter we appreciate you bringing us all the headlines. we'll see you again in a little bit. now to bracking news the effort to get much-needed baby formula, more than a million bottles are expected to land on u.s. soil from switzerland, a military operation, bringing some relief for desperate parents and their children.
we have more on what's being called "operation fly formula." maggie, good morning. >> reporter: this military plane transporting that baby formula is expected to land in indiana as you said tomorrow. the biden administration saying this is the plane the first of several shipments aimed at ending america's shortage. this morning, as oregon mom rations the last can, formula in zurich, switzerland, getting back to normal. >> that doesn't cut it. >> reporter: president biden this week launched operation fly formula from overseas with the help of defense production act. the first plane bound for indiana, 1.5 bottles worth. that serve a critical medical
purpose as they are for babies with cow's milk allergies. >> get it to the places that are most in need. >> reporter: need that's worse than average. 45% last week the highest level yet the shortage building over months with supply chain issues compounded by one manufacturer's recall. in massachusetts, desperation is boiling over. >> look at all this. look at the shelves. >> reporter: autumn took her anger to tiktok after a woman cleared shelf of formula before letting the new mom have a single can. back in oregon, she switched to josephine to solid foods early a challenge on the baby's stomach to preserve what little formula the family has left as they wait
for empty shelves to get restocked. >> we need to be moving mountains to make this happen. >> reporter: lot of people wondering down to the minute, this morning, still no exact eta when that plane will touched down in indiana. you can bet millions of families will be watching. >> absolutely. maggie, thank you so much. we want to turn now to the latest in ukraine, with russian forces claiming they have taken complete control of the steel plant in mariupol. we have the very latest from kharkiv, ukraine for us this morning. erin, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, kristen. russia continues its assault on the kharkiv region this morning, killing at least one civilian and wounding 20. as it claims its second major victory of this war.
this morning, russia claims to have taken complete control of the steel plant in mariupol. with the last ukrainian forces having surrendered to russian forces. president zelenskyy said the remaining soldiers have been given permission to save their lives and leave. it's unclear how or when they'll return home. this as russian forces advanced in the donbas transforming what was once the country's industrial heartland into a living hell as ukrainian officials ordered the entire region of luhansk. >> in the donbas region, almost every day there are hamlets,
towns and villages that are changing hands. the russians are still well behind of where we wanted them to be. >> reporter: in kharkiv, ukraine collect the bodies of russian soldiers. still their assault on kharkiv continues, striking this cultural center in another town in the region, injuring at least seven, including an 11-year-old child. overnight, bombing a market near the center of town. ominous signs that the russians remain on the doorstep of ukraine's second largest city. this morning, we tried to visit that market to see the aftermath of that attack for ourselves but as we approached we heard the sounds of round explosions and were forced to turn around. reports of heavy shelling in the suburbs of kharkiv. officials telling us those
america-supply hshg owitzers have moved into place and they're working to take them out. meanwhile this morning, we're hearing that president biden has signed that $40 billion massive aid package for ukraine into law. guys? >> critical aid that can't get there soon enough. erin thank you for your remarkable reporting. now to another wild week on wall street where the s&p 500 briefly entering bear market territory on friday, then bouncing back slightly in the final moments before the closing bell, prompting fears the economy could get even worse. we get the latest from nbc's tom costello. >> reporter: facing the growing possibility of a recession, the stock market. >> reporter: the s&p 500 climbed back after heavy selling. the dow was down 600 points then
rallied but still lost ground for eight consecutive weeks, the first time that's happened since 1923. the retailers getting hit hard year to date, dollar general, target, home depot and ross. to hotels and restaurants, inflation is forcing families to make tough choices. >> i have three kids and see what i'm going to do with them for recreation. >> reporter: now treasury secretary janet yellen is warning there's a real risk of something even more concerning -- stagflation. >> namely depressing output and spending. >> reporter: it's a stagnant economy while unemployment and consumer prices continue to rise, something the u.s. last
saw in the '70s and early '80s. >> consumer prices were up again last month. >> reporter: experts are concerned. >> there's a real rick we could have a problem with stagflation in the months and the years ahead. >> reporter: with family budgets under extreme pressure concern that the economy is in jeopardy. the stock market slide a concern to anybody who has money in the market. sitting where it was last february, it will depend on whether the treasury can get the inflation under control. a look at the weather. >> the humidity that's really getting us, but 21 states today could break records throughout the east coast, from the southeast to the northeast,
we're looking at dangerous, sweltering heat, temperatures in the 90s. areas back west, denver, saw a 50-degree temperature drop between thursday and friday. as a result, they got snowfall and today additional snowfall totals could range anywhere from 4 to 6 inches. now for the rest of the country we're tracking the heat and the threat for severe we are waking up to 50s. some fog as well. warnings have been allowed to expire. about 8:00 a.m. we will have unshine, 59. we will pump up to the upper 70s. about 76 in san jose. if you are hanging out in san francisco, 51 right now. it will reach the 60s if you
church for the first funerals of the victims. the 18-year-old akuszed in the shooting remains behind bars charged with murder. voters across the country cast their ballots in primary races on tuesday. pennsylvania, still too close to call for the senate republican primary between dr. oz and former hedge fund ceo david mccormick. pro-trump congressman madison cawthorn lost his re-election bid. u.s. soccer has reached a historic settlement. equal pay for its men's and women's national teams. >> it's tough to get so, so excited about something that we
should have has all along. >> i think this will have international ramifications in sports in general and hopefully into the business world as well. the truth is out there? defense officials testified before congress about ufos or unidentified aerial phenomena. >> they've told us some of the objects were capable of instant acceleration. estimated speed of well over 13,000 miles an hour. some of the week's wildest moments caught on camera. this driver in georgia accidentally turned on train tracks, she got in time before a train slammed into it. animal control caught the
gator before it got inside, authorities said it has safely been released back. one home run ball from the astros and another in the same inning. the murderer is in this room. >> finally murder in studio 1, a whodunit play faturing some of our own. >> all had reason to kill. >> the murderer of cornelius. >> a stellar performance all around. we're joined live by one of the suspects, professor. >> peter you did such a good job and it looked like so much fun, what was it like to participate in it?
>> i was playing the professor, the brainy scientist, it was so fun not just to be with everybody but for a moment to pretend you were off-broadway to see all of our friends, i spend most of my time in d.c. but to be together with them behind the scenes, savannah, hoda, had so much fun. >> it looks like a blast. peter for all of us who know and love you, your second career is going to be as a broadway star, this is just perfect for you. you can watch the entire play on today.com. peter, great to see you. t> still
good morning. may 21st. i'm kira clapper. parents looking for baby formula may have relief. the first formula from europe is expected this weekend. new data shows the national out of stock average rose to 45% the highest level yet. bay area health leaders are offering advice when it comes to dealing with the formula
shortage. if you can nurse if possible, talk about substituting brands. avoid making your own formula. avoid watering it down or using expired formula. apply for government assistance programs like wick. health leaders will monitor the shortage and provide updates as new information becomes available. happening today, dozens of people are expected to gather in san jose for a march for babies. the event aims to highlight the equity gap among pregnant women in california. organizers say the preterm birth rate among black women is 44% higher than the rate among all other women. they hope to raise funds to help close the gap. it is at 9:00 this morning in san jose. let's check in for the micro forecast. good morning. a lovely saturday. temperatures will warm up a
bit. you can see how clear the skies are over the bay area. now, one thing you will notice is the temperatures are in the 50s. high elevation areas in the north bay are seeing breezy to windy conditions at times. temperatures about 9:00, 10:00 in the mid- to upper-60s and by 11:00, 12:00, 70s. interior valleys the possibility of 80s heading into the warmer weekend. san francisco 51. winds are light from the west about 5 miles per hour. between 10:00 and 11:00. we bump up to the 60s. expect to open out in the 60s, 70s throughout the bay. palo alto hits the 70s about 11:00 a.m. beautiful day. >> looks beautiful, thanks. coming up this morning, san francisco archbishop and nancy
meeting with south korea's president discussing how to best address the north korean nuclear threat and making some news saying the u.s. has offered covid relief including vaccines to north korea through existing distribution programs. the white house official telling me the most recent offer actually came just last week, the u.s. i'm told also offered to give the vaccines to china to pass along to north korea. president biden is not ruling out a future meeting with kim jong-un saying he would be open to it if the north korean dictator is serious and sincere. also this morning, rudy giuliani has met with the house committee investigating the january 6th attack on the u.s. capitol according to two sources familiar with the matter. one of the sources said that he testified virtually for more than nine hours on friday.
he was originally subpoenaed back in january for his efforts to overturn the 2020 election and prompting claims of election fraud. and tiger woods is moving on the next round of the pga championship. the golf star pulled off a gritty comeback on friday to make the cut by one shot after battling pain in his leg and falling behind in the first round, this is woods' second official event since suffering that devastating leg injury last year, he previously made the cut at the masters in april, woods is now 12 shots behind the leader. heading into round three today. among those who didn't make it to the next round, masters champion scottie shefler. concern is growing around the world over monkeypox, with at least one case confirmed here in the u.s. the rare virus has been reported in at least 12 western countries. and health officials are scrambling to find out why the outbreak is happening now.
we're in buffalo, new york, near the border with canada which is also investigating several cases. emily, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, joe. monkeypox rarely makes its way from africa to other continents. health experts can't explain why even as cases reach here in the u.s. and just across the border there, in canada. this morning, there's an unusual virus stirring up concerns among health officials worldwide and it's not covid. >> we're obviously monitoring the situation very, very closely. >> reporter: monkeypox a rare viral illness that causes fever, fatigue and rashes has reached at least a dozen countries. a presumed positive case in new york that's out for testing at the cdc. health experts say it's the worst outbreak in the western hemisphere since 2003.
>> a new viral outbreak here in country. >> reporter: those patients in contact with infected prairie dogs. >> what's unusual is most of these people haven't traveled to africa nor have they been -- >> reporter: the world health organization deploying an incident response team to the uk. researchers are working to understand why cases have been reported among men who have had sex with men. >> the thing that makes covid-19 so contagious and so unique is that the virus was airborne, but with monkeypox that's not true, you actually do need to be in very close contact with the person who's infected to get infected yourself. >> reporter: overall numbers remain low and experts say this
is time for awareness not alarm. and severe cases of monkeypox are more mon in immune-compromised people and young children. most patients recover in just a few weeks. >> lots of questions about this. thank you for answering some of them. samara is back with another check on the forecast. you're tracking some storms. >> reporter: that's right, the heat is helping to fuel these storms, we're getting the whole summertime buffet with the heat, humidity and the severe weather moving through parts of the country right now. a system showing a time stamp of 7:00 p.m., you can see the storms stretching from memphis to cincinnati for your saturday. you'll be in for some strong to severe storms. from san antonio right through indianapolis, cleveland and into buffalo, 35 million people are at risk.
we just got this information in, stretching from arkansas to illinois, they may elevate that risk. as far as temperatures go, it's holt. 97 in philadelphia, feeling like 100 this afternoon. out toward state college, 90 degrees that way. here 's the thing, we're going to see these temperatures tumble by monday, it's going to be a quick shift from the 90s to 60s we are waking up to clear skies with mild temperatures over the bay area. a look here, you can see how clear the conditions are. expect to see a warm up this afternoon with temperatures ranging in the 60s around the peninsula and the coast and 70s and 80s in the interior. san jose, 55 degrees. we will be up to the 60s by 10:00 a.m., eventually to the
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saturday, may 21st. i'm kira clapper. a 7-year-old was hit on his bike and killed. it happened in fremont. our video of the scene shows the nissan came to a stop on the front lawn of a home. the boy was wearing a helmet when he was hit but later died at the hospital. we briefly spoke to that boy's family. >> that really is like -- love me a lot. we had a bonding feature. >> police say the driver did stay at the scene and did cooperate with officers. no word on whether they will face charges. also in fremont, police and firefighters were caught in a stand off that lasted about seven hours yesterday. firefighters responding to an apartment fire couldn't get inside to fight the fire because the man inside said he had a gun. fortunately the fire didn't spread. police responded for backup and had a struggle with the man.
they say he suffered a medical emergency and was sent to the hospital. no update on his condition. we will turn to the weather and check in. >> get ready for a beautiful day ahead. we will see warmer temperatures. as we warm up, a lot of sunshine this afternoon. we are starting out with clear conditions overall. temps in the 50s and i want to give you your hour-by-hour forecast. san jose is waking up to 53 degrees. by 9:00, 10:00 a.m. we bump up by 10 into the upper 60s. by your lunch hour, 11:00, 12:00, 1:00, in the upper 70s. expect a couple of 80s through the interior valleys. san francisco heading to the city, light winds from the west- northwest about 7 miles per hour. 51 degrees. if you notice at 11:00, 12:00,
mid-60s. we are expecting another beautiful forecast with sunshine even around the coastline. marine layer around the moneterey area. palo alto into the 70s. >> we will see you for the rest of the forecast at 7:00. also coming up at 7:00 on today in the bay, a busy night for bay area sports and a golden night for the warriors. we have the highlights from the game you don't want to miss. we will have that and the other top stories at 7:00. hope to see you then. right now back to the today show.
good morning. sweltering. record-setting heat expected across much of the northeast today with a rare may heat advisory in effect for 36 million people. philadelphia and the nation's capital expected to feel like almost 100 degrees. that heat fueling an unexpected tornado in michigan that killed one person and injured dozens of others. this morning, we'll have the full forecast. operation fly formula, those first bottles of much-needed baby formula expected to be on u.s. soil as early as tomorrow,
the formula can't come soon enough for anxious parents growing more desperate to feed their babies in the midst of a worsening nationwide shortage. when this first round will be on store shelves. and show them the money the growing debate over individual licensing deals in college sports with one of the ncaa most prominent coaches speaking his mind on name, image and likeness. why nick saban is apologizing to a fellow coach but standing by his comments, today, saturday, may 21st, 2022. on tv in the window of the "today" show. >> we're from texas celebrating
our half century birthday on the "today" show. great to see those celebrations. i love that wide-rimmed hat. good morning and welcome back to "today" on a saturday morning. joe fryer is here while peter is traveling with president biden in south korea. while you were sleeping he was hard at work. he'll bring us the very latest from there in just a moment. joe, good to have you here. >> i'm debating ice cream for breakfast this morning. >> no debate, it's settled. ice cream and lots of water. that's where we do begin with record heat across the eastern part of the country expected to impact more than 35 million people. >> that same heat dome played a role in a rare tornado that ripped through michigan on friday. one death and dozens of injuries. in small town of gaylord.
samara has more. >> reporter: good morning, in our nation's capital, we're already at 80 degrees during the 8:00 hour, you know parts of the northeast will actually be hotter than texas and miami today, it's going to be quite the summertime feel in may. here's a look right now how that heat has transitioned from the west to the east, up toward the northeast, in new england, hot pink on the map, temperatures are going to be headed into the 90s this afternoon. prompting tons of heated a riseries. 36 million people impacted. i want to say how unprecedented it is to see a heat advisory for this region during this time of year. let's talk numbers, high temperatures, today in d.c., 96 degrees. philadelphia, while it may be 97 it may feel like 100 walking out the door. boston, today, feeling like the mid 80s even hotter tomorrow.
if you don't hit the 90s today, not to worry, you'll get a taste of that for your sunday. now, this heat is fueling those storms. as a result we're seeing this severe threat elevated. 35 million people are at risk stretching from texas all the way up into maine today. please be careful this afternoon. stay hydrated out there. it's a hot one already. >> i believe you called it a buffet of summer weather a little bit earlier. now we want to turn to seoul where president biden is attending a state dinner with south korea's leader, earlier today the two discussing relations with neighboring countries china and north korea. peter is traveling with the president. he's in seoul. you were at that press conference where president biden made some headlines there. >> reporter: yeah, that's exactly right, this is his first
trip to asia as president. that dinner caps a full day for the president which included a face to face with the new president of south korea. president biden even offered humanitarian help to north korea as that country is ravaged by covid. president biden laying a wreath at south korea's national cemetery, paying tribute to those fallen soldiers. his trip here comes as u.s. intelligence warns that north korea may be preparing to conduct a nuclear test or launch a long-range missile while the president is in the region. today consulting with south korea's newly inaugurated president. offering aid amid a covid crisis. that's furthered crippled the nation. >> not only north korea but china as well, and we're prepared to do that immediately,
we've gotten no response. >> reporter: a white house official telling nbc news, the u.s. offered vaccines to north korea as recently as last week through existing programs, like the global distribution program called covax and even offerings to provide them to china to give them to north korea. the president is not ruling out meeting with kim in the future. >> with regard whether i would meet with the leader of north korea it would be dependent on whether he was sincere and serious. >> reporter: the president's visit here also attended to show neighboring china the u.s.'s alliances remain strong, president biden hoping his relationships here will help address the supply chain challenges and inflation back at home. touring a massive samsung factory, the model for a $17 billion texas plant that will create 3,000 new jobs to create
critically needed semiconductors. part of an effort to relieve the shortages that have helped fuel skyrocketing prices. >> peter, pretty remarkable to hear president biden not ruling out the possibility of meeting with kim jong-un. lot more on the horizon, what's ahead? >> reporter: he's got several days left. tomorrow, he'll visit u.s. troops stationed in this region, he's also expected to announce that hyundai expect to spend $5 billion to build its first factory in the u.s. for electric vehicles. >> kristen and joe. >> a high-stakes summit a marathon for you. all right, peter, we'll check back in with you. turning now to some breaking
news in the effort to get baby formula back on shelves, 1.5 million bottles of formula are set to arrive in the u.s. tomorrow from switzerland. a military operation called operation fly formula. the cargo landing in indiana will be the first of overseas shipments in ending the dangerous baby formula shortage. >> for those parents it can't come soon enough. house speaker nancy pelosi will no longer be able to receive communion in her hometown of san francisco. he's banning pelosi from the holy sacrament for her support of abortion rights. , we want to take a turn now, it's time for a boost. i'm ready, joe. >> we need a boost. we can agree sometimes the best
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endorsement deals. alabama football has been a dominant force for decades with nick saban arguably the sport's biggest name, when he started sounding on at name, image, likeness. >> our job isn't to buy you to come here. >> reporter: jimbo fisher who worked for him at lsu. >> we were second in recruiting last year and a&m was first. a&m bought every player. we didn't buy one player. >> reporter: he slammed saban right now. >> it's despicable that someone can say something about somebody and more importantly 17-year-old kids. >> reporter: challenging the man with seven national championships. >> some people think they're god. we built him to be the czar of
football. >> reporter: saban has taken flak recently for exploiting loopholes. >> when saban first came to alabama he 100% pushed the boundaries of the rules to be able to essentially get the players he didn't want out of alabama and get more talented players in as fast as possible. >> reporter: the s.e.c. saying a hallmark of its conference is intense competition within an environment of collaboration. issuing a public reprimand to both coaches. saban apologizing later in the week. >> i should have never really singled anybody out. that was a mistake. >> reporter: usa today the new rules for players earning money may be stirring some cage rattling. >> interpreting what he was doing encouraging alabama boosters to say, hey look at what alabama's doing.
>> the ncaa has said n.i.l. isn't supposed to be used in recruiting. as for nick saban he just lost a national championship to a former assistant and now a top recruiting as well, you can understand why he might be a little bit salty over all of this. back to you guys. >> you understand why the sports world is buzzing about this, too. sam brock, thank you so much for that report. if samara hasn't melted we're going to get another weather report. >> an interesting fact, heat is the number one weather-related killer in the u.s. so it's rally important we're staying hydrated this weekend as this heat surges across much of the northeast. temperatures today in the 90s. records possible in 21 states, feel-like temperatures even higher, feeling like the
triple-digits today in philadelphia. that heat follows us right into your sunday we're also tracking the threat of get ready for a warm weekend ahead. we have the sunshine peeking through. in the bay area, if you are out and about in the south bay 50s in the forecast. the temperature trend will bump to the upper 60s by 10:00. then 12:00, 1:00, upper 70s. expect 80s through the interior valley. hanging out in san francisco and the coastline, 60s today. that's the forecast in your neighborhood. joe, kristen, i think i'm going to take you guys up for that ice cream for breakfast offer. all right, still ahead, what
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this saturday morning. i'm kira clapper. parents looking for baby formula may get relief. according to the white house, the first flight is expected this weekend. it will be the equivalent of 1 1/2 million eight ounce bottles of formula from necessarily. new data shows the national out of stock average rose to 45% last week, the highest level yet. bay area health leaders are offering new advice when it comes to dealing with the baby formula shortage. talk to your child's doctor about substituting brands. avoid making your own, watering it down or using expired formula. apply to government assistance programs such as wick. leaders will continue to monitor the shortage and provide updates as new information is available. happening today, dozens are expected to gather in san jose for a march for babies. the event aims to help the hiring gap between pregnant
woman machine in california. the preterm birth rate among black women is 44% higher than the rate amongst all other women. they hope to raise funds to close the gap. the march is at 9:00 this morning at san jose history park. hey, kira. it will be nice. we have such great clear skies and the temperatures will be warmer, especially for inland areas. around the coastline, it's cooler. we have gusty winds mainly in the higher elevation areas of the north bay. live look in downtown san jose, you can see the sunshine and if you are wondering about the temperatures, heading out the door we have a couple of 40s and 50s on the map. fremont 49. san jose 53. morgan hill 47. what is the hourly temperature forecast looking like? about 10:00 a.m. we start to see 70s on the map
in areas like san jose, 70. tracy you warm up quickly to about 75 degrees. expect 80s as well. san jose will see low 80s for today. a high of about 81, 82. dublin 77. san jose upper 60s. >> thanks. coming up this morning on today, a feud ignites between san francisco archbishop and nancy pelosi. what the archbishop is refusing to do because of pelosi's stance on abortion.
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