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ground with plans for an aerial assault at sunrise. meteorologist kari hall is tracking conditions and if there's any relief in the forecast . bracing for more patients. how local health clinics are preparing to care for and unprecedented amount of women seeking abortions . and trying to gain the upper hand on the monkeypox outbreak. the next move from the federal government to help states limit the spread of the virus . this is today in the bay streaming live on roku, amazon fire, apple tv, and online . good morning to you on this wednesday. i'm marcus washington. >> trend line . first, bay area fire departments on standby monitoring the out-of-control wildfire that is now burning in gold country. the rices fire is by in nevada county north of grass valley the yuba river. at this point one home is been destroyed.
500 acres have burned. 500 strikers are also threatened. contra costa county fire protection tells us some firefighters are on standby in the event conditions change. >> we've had multiple 100 plus acre fires in the last few weeks in contra costa county one we have not received a request for support at this time. >> the fire is believed to have started when a structure caught fire. the flames quickly spread and got out of control even though firefighters first arrived in about 10 minutes of the call. weather plays a factor in this. how are we looking? >> it's going to start to cool off but what we saw yesterday is a time lapse of the rices fire and the intense heat causes it to rise up and basically moves those embers downwind and can spread to mark spot fires. you can see how rough the terrain is and also a lot of vegetation under these trees. it's very dry and adding fuel to the fire as it develops and
moves quickly. unfortunately with the gusty wind we are expecting the next couple of days, that could carry it downwind. temperatures will start in the 60s but then head to the upper 80s so it will be very warm this afternoon and some of this gusts at 15 to 20 miles per hour . we will continue to monitor those conditions. has it looking for the morning commute? >> we are tracking this recovery for the upper east shore freeway. west 80 had a crash until 10 minutes ago. took less than 10 minutes to get back to full speed heading west on 80 off the carquinez bridge hercules is clear but still maintaining a smooth drive at speed all the way down to richmond and the berkeley curve. no problems out of antioch for the early drive on highway 4. we are looking at niles canyon just reopening on highway 84.
i am tracking a closure on a surface street in menlo park. we will get that coming up. bay area reproductive rights advocates are trying to move in front of what will be a flood of uncertainty now that roe v. wade is history. >> california will likely become a sanctuary for those seeking abortions from state that no longer allow it. we are live in san francisco and this is one of unresolved issues floating around right now. >> reporter: that's right. one of those issues is telemedicine abortion and doctors tell us interest has skyrocketed since friday's ruling and that is expected to continue as both sides navigate the fallout from friday's decision. telemedicine abortion is basically the right or the ability to get a drug combo to
take it home to terminate a pregnancy. medication abortions currently account for more than half of all abortions in the country. before the pandemic, patients had to receive those pills in person but because of covid the fda announced pills to be mailed to patients. the fda made that will permanent in december. at least 19 states restricted the use of telemedicine for pregnancy terminations and many same states have enacted partial or total bans on abortion. >> th exploded on ready with the supreme court decision overturning roe. we went from 3500 visits in each day previous to that decision to 209,000 on the day of the decision so a sharp increase. we are providing information we know people want. they want to know, how can i get my hands on these pills
because access through mainstream channels will be cut off, we believe in half the country. >> here in california governor newsom is reiterating his commitment to ensuring the state remains a sanctuary for those seeking abortions. take a look at these numbers from a ucla study. it shows 50% of out-of-state abortion care from arizona will travel to california. 25% from utah and texas will come to the state. 10% from states in the south or middle america. we can also expect my gatherings like the one that happened at last night's town hall in the city where abortion rights advocates say they are looking to put together a strategy of sorts in the coming days and weeks and months ahead. abortion rights of component say they're looking to build momentum from friday's ruling. ginger conejero saab, today in the bay. we want to take a live look at capitol hill. that's where the genua sixth committee received eye-opening revelations from a former white house aide. this came from an aid to the
mark meadows. cassidy hutchinson took the stand yesterday and talked about a rally that took place before the capitol siege pick she said then-president trump asked for the screening machines to be removed so crowd members carrying weapons could attend. after giving the speech, she said trump raged at his secret service driver and his own aid. that's because he wanted to head back to the capitol. >> to which bobby responded, sir, we have to go back to the west wing. the president reached up toward the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel. mr. engel grabbed his arm and said, sir, you need to take your hand off the steering wheel. we are going back to the west wing. we are not going to the capitol. mr. trump then used his free hand to lunch toward bobby engel
and when mr. aaron nutter recounted the story to me he motioned toward his clavicles. >> the former president has since responded to the testimony and called her a , quote, total phony and bleaker. new this morning new help in the fight to halt the monkeypox outbreak. the u.s. department of health and human services is set to release 1.5 million vaccines by the end of the year. 50,000 doses will go to areas where transmission rates are high. the first 240,000 are said to be distributed in the coming weeks. california has the highest number of reported cases with 66 infections. moving about in the push to bring more affordable housing to the bay area. hundreds of new units will be coming to the south bay. >> bob redell is live. how many homes are we talking about? >> reporter: good morning. santa clara county board of supervisors approved three new projects that would build 1000 units of affordable housing in
the south bay, specifically for families. a third of which would be built in morgan hill, san jose and sunnyvale for families with children, people with special needs and low income workers like people who work and record culture. the program would be funded using $29 million from the 2016 affordable bond and affordable housing bond and the state no place like home project. it looks like voters in san francisco will have their say on affordable housing this fall . later this morning affordable housing advocates are supposed to be submitting 52,000 signatures to city hall to place the affordable homes now measure on the november ballot. bob redell, today in the bay. california's housing crisis is the focus of our investigative series. overpriced, overwhelms, over it. you can stream it now on roku,
amazon fire, apple tv, and online. how about a live look outside on this wednesday morning. don't read the words on the screen but that is san francisco. a foggy start to this wednesday morning. kari has a look at that and a cool down coming our way. >> it will be pogie and san francisco much of the day. the winds will pick up and that will bring in cooler air for inland areas like walnut creek. look at this trend. misses different compared to the past week or so. upper 50s in the morning with a few clouds. as it clears out we won't have a significant warm up, only reaching into the upper 70s and low 80s. 78 degrees for the high in san jose while oakland will reach 71 you can wear something that will help keep you more comfortable with those temperatures. we will talk more about that coming up . where can we find lower gas prices? >> we are looking around the
bay. nothing like michigan if you were with us a few minutes ago. we are looking at under six dollars. in richmond it's $5.65 on harbor way. milpitas and south san francisco both at $5.89. milpitas is on south main. san francisco is on cowan. some options below six dollars. let's look at the roadways and overall we have a smooth drive with green senses for almost all the freeways except the altamont pass. 238 had some slowing but things are starting to clear. things are fully closed at southbound el camino. police investigation around the 400 block near menlo high school near glenwood avenue. use middlefield to get you past the area and back onto el camino southbound. after that everything is fine into and through the south bay. coming up on today in the bay. today is the iphone birthday. we will celebrate a little bit.
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south bay and we will see cooler temperatures as a breezy and cool ocean breeze picks up today as temperatures go from low 60s to upper 70s. . more on the forecast coming up in a few minutes. a live look at 880 through oakland. i found a reason why there's some slowing. maybe a disabled vehicle on 238. looks like it's a crash. more details for folks heading out of castro valley coming up. very happy wednesday to you. tesla has begun its planned layoffs cutting 200 workers in san mateo who were part of the company's automated driving efforts. ceo elon musk has talked about laying off 10% of the workforce to cut costs. he describes tesla's new overseas factories as, quote, money furnaces . tiktok is back in that is
with one of the commissioners of the ftc morning apple and google their app violates store rules. brendan carr once the app off the app store. if they don't, he wants an explanation. he is warning tiktok is not just another video app. that's the sheep's clothing. it harvests swaths of sensitive data. new reports show is being accessed in beijing. tiktok denies the allegations and says it moves to ease fears with working with the chinese government you may recall the trump administration wanted to ban tiktok but the effort is out with no real explanation. in other news, happy birthday iphone. >> and we are calling it iphone. today, today apple is going to reinvent the phone. >> and they did. it was on this day 15 years ago steve jobs unveiled the iphone.
it was only available to at&t customers and had a 2g connection at a time when most people are using 3g. it cost $600 and back then no one bought a phone for $600. it sold poorly enough that apple cut the price by $200. in his the other thing you don't remember. for the first three years of the iphone there was no app store. you used the two or three apps it came with and that was it. >> we had the little flip phones before that. >> the motorola razor. >> with the keyboard. not the blackberry -- i don't know. >> are those big heavy thick ones like i had. my friends called it a computer. >> they've come a long way. 5:16. if you find yourself in san francisco, your next rideshare may not have a driver. crews launching a self driving taxi are actual fares. the company provided us this
video of its vehicles. the cars still had a human operator on board but not anymore picks so far driverless rides are only allowed overnight. trending this morning, what would you do for a cup of coffee? for you, nothing. me? >> how about telling your deepest secret to get your next fix? >> i accidentally set a random stranger, a woman's huron fire at a bar. i was doing a trick with a matchbook and i guess she had a lot of hairspray. >> totally flammable. >> she went up. >> new yorkers told their secrets to a viral influencer, emma chamberlain. she said she was shocked to hear some of the confessions who said she took random advice from someone on tiktok where she wrote the name of a man she liked and put it in a jar of
maple syrup and put it under her bed. that would be the man who would be stuck on her. you learn more about that woman than just a random secret. >> did she get the guy? >> i don't know. to be continued. >> she got ants. >> that's what she got. >> a sticky situation. >> that, indeed . getting you started with this wednesday. it's hump day and kari has been talking about these cooler temperatures . today is a big appearance. >> it really is hump day because we are going downhill into the holiday weekend and temperature-wise take a look at pittsburg with temperatures in the mid 60s right now. a little bit of a gusty wind coming to the delta . more than a gusty wind. we will see more of this throughout the day has temperatures stay on the cool side. only at 76 degrees at lunchtime.
if you are taking your lunch outside, hold onto everything because it will still be windy. and in fremont and dublin we are heading to 77. 66 in san francisco and a chilly day and half moon bay with a high of 62. novato will see 81 tomorrow it gets cooler . for a lot of these inland spots that have been so hot these past few days with the fog near the coast and a gusty wind transporting that cool air inland summit liberal mark will reach 81. but look at friday. most of us will stay in the 70s with some 60s by the end of the and coastline. it's a big drop in temperatures compared to what we've had recently as high pressure moves away and we will see a stronger, cool ocean breeze picking up coming into the holiday weekend. let me show you napa. it's been the upper 80s and low 90s. today in the mid-80s and then low 80s but the start of the weekend. then by sunday that will be the coolest day. we will only top out at 77 degrees and on the fourth of
july, 78. it will also be windy so if you do plan to light wire works, keep in mind you will have a bigger risk, as well as the extremely dry vegetation. it's recommended you don't light anything on your own. leave it to the pros. temperatures will reach into the low 80s today and tomorrow are for some of our warmest spots inland. but then we looking at 70s through next tuesday. san francisco will keep it foggy at times with mist and drizzle. keep that jacket pick we will only reach 64 on saturday. mike, you are watching issues earlier but it seems like things have calmed down. >> pretty much. the major freeway was the east shore freeway that you were talking about. that crash did clear involving the big rig and so did the backup know we have a backup. we have typical build on highway 84 through the altamont pass. those are the stretches that stick out. the red sensors. now we see some develop on north 238 coming off the castro
valley y. this is slowing you down. there are reports of a disabled vehicle, possibly either north 238 on north 880. seth emerge and it's affecting north 238 specifically which is more slowing north through san lorenzo and out of hayward. that's one area we're watching that will affect folks heading toward the san mateo bridge we are heading toward the bay bridge, everything is fine. heading south to the san mateo bridge, a live look out there and with c traffic is not a problem. a little bit of a haze in the air but it's not a problem and the sign on the right shows no warnings or messages. everything is cool. back over to you. >> we strive to stay as cool as you, mike. 5:31 if you were planning to cook this weekend listen up. >> a big barbecue. >> what you need to keep in mind if you are planning a barbecue spread . and marcus and i have a lot
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grilling and there are some food safety tips to keep in mind. the cdc estimates that foodborne illness results and roughly 48 million people getting sick. the usda experts say you should make sure you clean your grill. some people don't. clean the grill. and make sure you separate your meats from other ready-to-eat foods as you want to prevent cross contamination. >> don't put the chicken with the potato salad. >> or the onions. you should also make sure you keep in mind used-by dates on those products. >> purchase things before the date but once you have then keep in mind different home storage guidelines such as using ground meat within one or two days and brought poultry within one or two days and cold cuts of beef come up for, deal or lamb like steaks or chops within a four or five days after you purchase them.
>> and she said make sure you use a thermometer to make sure your meat is fully cooked. >> they have some that connect with an app. >> a friend of mine has that. >> just remember to take it out before you eat. >> do you call it a barbecue or a cookout? >> i call it a barbecue. we were talking about this yesterday. i don't know if it's a california thing. were having a barbecue. >> we have a barbecue. but if you have a cookout, that it's just a cookout. anyway. call it what you want. just eat up . if you're looking for something to do this fourth of july weekend, we've got you covered. go to nbcbayarea.com and you can see the event god of everything happening across the bay area . coming up next. top stories including overnight a bus hits a pedestrian overnight in menlo park there is an investigation now underway.
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and update where containment stance this morning. all parents have questions. they have concerns. they want to make the best choices for the children but they need accurate information to do that. >> moving your bo wood on the covid vaccine for kids. what parents need to know before you make that important decision. we talked with an expert to answer your questions. on the chopping block. open leaders are said to vote on another possible amount of school closures. so this could impact families across the city . this is today in the bay streaming live on roku, amazon fire, apple tv, and online . good wednesday morning. 5:30. thank you for starting your day with us. i'm laura garcia. >> i'm marcus washington. first, this is that out-of- control wildfire burning in gold country. the rices fire is burning at nevada county north of grass valley near the yuma river. this is new video of the front lines of the fire.
look how thick the smoke is. at this point at least one home has been destroyed by the fire. more than 500 acres have burned so far and at least 500 structures are still threatened. the fire is believed to have started with a structure wonnacott on fire the flames quickly spread and got out of control even though the first firefighters arrived within 10 minutes of the call.>>ery conce it's been so hot and dry but we are getting a cool down now. >> we are getting a cool down but let's talk about the conditions around the fire. this is a look at the time lapse yesterday afternoon and we can see because of the hot weather and rising air, that carries the ashen embers downwind. you can see the trees really waving with the gusty wind in the time lapse. and we see that dry vegetation. as we go into today, it looks like we will have calmed the wind and cooler temperatures to start, but that will lead to another warm day as the wind
increases and we could possibly see costs close to 20 miles per hour. we will watch that today. in the bay area we will see a cool down with highs reaching into the 70s and low 80s. this is a big change in the hot weather we've seen in inland valleys recently. you have more on this and a look at the holiday forecast coming up in a few minutes. 5:32 and overnight an accident has closed part of el camino real and menlo park between linwood and encino avenue. police say send latino transit county bus struck a pedestrian. we did not have an update on their condition. please expect the closure to last until it based 6:00 a.m. or longer. a san francisco man is in custody accusing a deadly stabbing during crime spree which started in the bay area.
authorities arrested isaiah harley shortly after he stabbing the coat a truck driver at a fresno county truck stop on saturday morning. deputies called it a random attack. they say it was the last in a string of crimes starting with the carjacking friday in oakland and later a robbery at a store in lost hills and a separate carjacking in bakersfield. today it's an important day for families in oakland. parents will learn if more school closures are coming to the district bowing to follow through on its plans despite pressure from parents and teachers. kris sanchez joining us now and what is expected to happen here? >> reporter: we know parents are really hoping they oakland unified school board will change its position on some of the school closures and parents have gone so far as to create a resolution of their own they want the board to vote on. back in february you might remember the ousd school board voted to close parker k-8 and cumin 80 day school this year
but next year they voted to close brookfield, monk, grass valley, horace mann elementary schools and komatsu discovery academy. two more schools would only serve students up to fifth grade instead of eighth grade and rise cumin 80 schools would merge with new highlands academy. and protest some parents and activists moved into the parker school campus and started running and unsanctioned summer camp with activities and meals for children in that community. in a statement oakland unified demanded the group move out because they were not meeting district standards for safety and supervision and background checks. despite the pressure on the school board since february the majority of the school board has maintained their position on those closures and other votes since then. they oakland school board will also have to talk about and finalize the budget. it's a $700 million budget but they are working with $40
million in cuts. it's understandable why they may need to address some school closures and it's understandable for the community may not want them. we will continue to cover this. back to you experiment a cost so much money when enrollment is down but the importance of those schools to those kids, it's a tough one. thank you. moving you forward 2 1/2 years into the pandemic and vaccine for children as young as six months are available but there is hesitancy among parents as they ponder that decision if they will take the next step with their kids. i spoke with dr. szilogyi about the key benefits for kids. >> i tell them that the vaccines are safe and effective and the best way to protect their children from severe disease and hospitalization -- and i direct them to reliable outlets for information and
there are a variety. there is healthychildren.org at the american academy of pediatrics. getvaccineanswers.org. and i also direct parents of younger children to sesame street youtube. there is a wonderful little video about elmo and his dad because all parents have questions. they have concerns. they want to make the best choices for their children what they need accurate information to do that. >> and it gives you an advantage or an opportunity, i guess, to introduce what will happen to the kids, as well. for adults that did receive the vaccines come some of us had some side effects that went along with it. are there any differences in some of these side effects they may see in younger children? >> they are really very similar and i think parents are used to their children may be having some minor side effects after their routine childhood immunizations. that is to be expected.
and the side effects are really the same after the coronavirus vaccine. a child may have no symptoms at all or may have a little bit of irritability or fussiness, redness and swelling at the injection site, or even a low- grade fever for a day or two. and some children may even have a high fever for a day or two. but those symptoms are self- limited. they are expected and are not atypical of what we expect from any immunization. >> is it safe for children get the covid vaccine at the same time as other vaccines or a flu shot? >> yes. and older children have been receiving vaccines along with their covid vaccine, or at least some of the time. they, of course, don't get as many vaccines as the younger children do. but, yes, they have been given this way and they are safe experiment you
can find more information about covid-19 vaccines for kids on our website we have a link with more on how you can book those appointments all at nbcbayarea.com. we went to get a look at the forecast for you because we are expecting cooler temperatures today. meteorologist kari hall has a look at what we can expect. >> i'm ready for the cooler air. let's get a look at san rafael where it's chilly. eight degrees as you head out the door. rabe heavier jacket and you will want some light long sleeves for the rest of the morning into the afternoon as we make it into the upper 60s and low 70s. san francisco reaching 66 today. 71 in oakland. dublin, 77. this is a big cooldown compared to recently. the south county is warm with some 80s. 88 in fairfield but we will see a more significant cool down
heading into the weekend. we will talk more about that in a few minutes . mike, how's it looking up at the commute? >> starting to see some slower spots. some are predictable and some are surprises. in the south be, predictable slowing on 101 but this will be a surprise for folks unless you caught the report at the start of this show. southbound el camino real is closed . there is a crash. use middlefield to get by through the area. that is an easy reroute because middlefield is also a major route. we may have that clearing bank 6:00. meanwhile northbound 238, a disabled vehicle at the junction with 88 zero causing both freeways to slow down. that's just been cleared but chp still has it so i will track that portion of slowing out of castro valley or into oakland. later today, at midday, the giants will play at oracle park at 12:45. it will affect traffic around lunch or a little before the lunch hour.
but it will be folks getting out of the game toward the bay bridge when some folks may be leaving work and heading to work, slowing out of vallejo for westbound 37. 5:39. next on today in the bay, disturbing details are emerging on an apparent human smuggling plot that left dozens dead . vice president kamala harris coming to the bay area. what we know about her upcoming visit. do you have what it takes to be a superhero? it turns out many people say they do. the one key factor many say is just missing.
good wednesday morning. 5:43. as you are driving in from the north bay into san francisco, the fog is just about the roadway so it looks like visibility is pretty clear in these clouds will linger through the day with san francisco temperatures in the 50s through much of the morning. a cool day as we continue with more fog and gusty wind. we will talk more about this for inland areas coming up. and we are looking at oakland where traffic is moving smoothly past the coliseum. getting there out of castro valley we are still showing his
lower drive from north to 38 and the nib it's coming out of hayward. we'll talk about what may be going on there coming up. 5:43. and in san antonio, texas i'm trying to get to the bottom of that human tragedy were dozens of migrants died in an apparent human smuggling plot. >> 11 more people survive. morgan chesky picks up the story from outside the hospital where some people are now fighting for their lives. >> reporter: good morning. it's a tough day for the people recovering inside the san antonio hospital. some of them are being treated for heat -related illnesses. others remain in critical condition today. federal investigators have taken over the case, which is, essentially, called one of the worst human smuggling operations in united states history. 51 people are dead, 11 are still recovering and san antonio-area hospitals. the trailer where all of these
people were packed inside has been taken by federal investigators and scoured for evidence in hopes of learning more about where it came from, how long it was there, et cetera. we do know that three individuals have been detained with potential ties to this alleged smuggling plot. two are mexican nationals that according to documents were located when they took the license plate from this semitruck and traced it to a san antonio-area home him and found two men come about to overstay their visas and both in possession of multiple illegal firearms according to a mexican consulate official, the third individual is an american citizen who is in a san antonio- area hospital. authorities are remaining relatively tightlipped about this ongoing investigation that as it stands right now, 51 people are dead and 11 are still fighting to stay alive. back to you. the mix such a tragic story. today, r&b singer and now
convicted sexual predator r. kelly is set to be sentenced. prosecutors are arguing really deserves at least 25 years behind bars for sexually abusing women and girls. jurors in the new york city last year convicted him of racketeering, sex trafficking and several other counts his lawyers say he should get a maximum of 17 years under the federal sentencing guidelines. in the meantime in the bay area today, vice president kamala harris will make a stop in details have not been released she last visited in april. tune in to nbc bay area news tonight for coverage of loents relationship with europeand the neck members of nato. >> and we can thank vladimir putin for all of that. finland and sweden have the go- ahead from turkey to join nato.
you have to get a yes vote from every nato country and turkey had been standing in the way until now. findling means that putin has a huge border touching nato territory with our forces much closer. speaking of closer, poland has been a long time nato ally but now the u.s. fifth army will be permanently stationed there. up until now we generally kept our forces more to the west especially in germany. all of this coming about because of russia's invasion of ukraine. president biden is in spain at the nato summit. earlier this year the united states added 20,000 new troops to european forces bring the total to 100,000. the whole world watching and talking about the testimony from trump white house insider cassidy hutchinson who told the house select committee the trump white house was well aware of the potential for violence before january 6th and
that president trump was very much aware many in the crowd were armed when he urged them to march on the capitol, and the top white house lawyer was warning them they were likely committing crimes. >> he said something to the effect of please make sure we don't go up to the capitol, cassidy. keep in touch with me. we are going to get charge with every crime imaginable if we make that movement happen. >> if you missed it, go back and watch it on youtube or any service if you still want, mick mulvaney sum that up pretty well. one through three on his list are likely crimes that would put you in jail. encouraging a crowd you know his arm to go to the capitol and very solid evidence trump are people on his team threaten congressional witnesses. if you have forgotten who mick mulvaney is, he has donald trump's armor chief of staff. republican through and through and a member of both of the tea party and the freedom caucus. we will watch president biden meeting with nato today and we will tweet about it.
tomorrow, a critical but will take place on the oakland a's plan stadium for howard terminal. today, opponents are rallying at city hall. tomorrow san francisco bay commissioners will approve or deny plans to convert part of the port into land for the new stadium. if the igin on use of public funds for the stadium. the rally will be at 10:30 this morning . trending this morning, sometimes people need motivation to get up and get going and get workout time in the gym. >> a survey reveals many people may be channeling their inner chris hemsworth are gal gadot to make that happen so given the right training resources, 57% of americans work out say they think they have the right action moves to motivate them to hit the gym. nutritional supplement company conducted a survey.
about 1 and 5 say they always need something to take their mind off their workout. most say that it's typically music but some also return to audiobooks and video games. >> you work out a lot. what is your motivation? >> my trainer. i have to go. seriously. i try to work out and i do enjoy it but when i was doing it on my own i would say i'll do it later or do it later in the day. but my trainer is like, you missed it. that's my motivation. some people just get up and do it. >> get up and get out the door. it's hard for us. i try to work out before the show but you're up at 1:00 in the morning and that's just a little ridiculous. >> sometimes the weather we have is good. even take a while. walking can be a good workout. >> it's cooler today and that deters a lot of people in the inland valleys from going when it's 100 degrees.
it's hard to work out at that time so we will have more comfortable weather today. look at fremont starting out with a clear sky and temperatures in the mid-50s. through today we had for the mid 60s at 10:00 and upper 60s at lunch time. maybe get in a quick walk at lunch temperatures will head up to 78 in san jose. 88 in fairfield. those temperatures are cooler than recently as we are looking at a high of 84 in santa rosa. tomorrow our highs will reach into the low 80s in the north bay but mostly upper 70s and we see mid-70s in the tri-valley. 81, livermore. san jose, 77. and we continue that cooling trend into friday with gusty wind picking up and we only see 60s and 70s for most of us. the intense heat and high pressure is moving away. we will see cooler air coming in as a storm system and an area of low pressure brings in a
stronger ocean breeze and rain to the pacific northwest will move closer to the bay area and we will see temperatures in morgan hill going from the upper 80s into low 80s tomorrow and friday and the weekend we only see highs in the upper 70s. we will see a break from the heat for a while but look at the end of next weekend into the weekend. it's going to be much hotter. enjoy this holiday weekend. make time to get outside. some of our warmest temperatures reach into the mid- 70s with breezy wind in san francisco will be chilly as that dog lingers and we see peeks of sunshine. we are looking at highs in the mid 60s through the weekend into early next week. anything going on for the commute? >> you talk about peaks of this 'n that pick let's look at the bay bridge. there are some low clouds driving across. we do have a report of something going on on west 80 into san francisco at
fremont. let's look at the map. circled that area into san francisco. no slowing there. the metering lights should be turned on any second at the bay bridge because there slowing at the incline and general slowing on 37 and 4. i am concerned about potential slowing into san francisco for activity near the fremont pick this activity has been a problem. there were two separate incidents. northbound 238 and incident off the castro valley y and the traffic break and that's where the sensors have stopped registering. north 880, a separate incident on north 880 approaching washington toward 238. both issues out of castro valley and hayward heading toward oakland that is continued slowing for that one section of the east bay. the rest of the east bay operates at lighter than we often see because it is a summer pattern. san jose in the south bay slowing on north 101 california attorney general ron bonta said hate crimes in
the state are the highest on record since 9/11. close to 1800 were reported last year and according to a report by the state department of justice, that's nearly a 33% jump from 2020. officials say hate crimes targeting black people remain the most prevalent in california. could it be a ufo? mysterious lights over the skies of san diego are catching attention. do you think? still ahead on today in the bay, we have answers. and trying to gain the upper hand on the monkeypox outbreak. the next move from the federal government to help states limit the spread. and a reminder, fourth of july tradition is back. we're talking about nbc's macy's fourth of july fireworks spectacular. you can watch the live event here on tran starting at 8:00 and again at 10:00 p.m. come and you can stream it on peacock. more news is coming up. you are watching today in the
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police this morning say they solve the mystery they say is actually flares used in a military exercise. our sister station in san diego reached out to military officials but have not received a response. in southern california, blink-182 drummer travis barker is now in the hospital. he was seen yesterday being field on a stretcher from an ambulance with his wife, kourtney kardashian by his side. barker has had health issues in the past including being hospitalized for blood clots. he did send out an anonymous tweet earlier in the day saying, god save me. but that is also the title of a recent song released by machine gun kelly. there is no update yet on his condition . and trending this morning, despite a recent legal victory against his ex-wife, johnny depp has no plans to return to the pirates of the caribbean franchise. his pr team is denying rumors he may be set to reprise his role as captain
jack sparrow picked the actor pretrade the care for their and all five films. producer jerry bruckheimer tells a british newspaper the future of his role in the pirate series is yet to be determined. he is so good in that role . 5:58. the second round of wimbledon is underway this morning but serena williams return after a year-long absence is over. >> reporter: she lost yesterday after becoming within two points of victory but she could not finish the job against her opponent, harmony tan of france. tan one in the third set tiebreaker. when asked if it was a final women to match of her decorated career come a williams said that was a question she can't answer. the player wrote that was insane and intense, not the result i came for but, my goodness, i enjoyed that. i hope you did as well. onward and up. >> good attitude. quickly approaching 6:00. a fast-moving wildfire in
the sierra foothills has crews working to contain it on the ground with plans for air assault as the sun rises. meteorologist kari hall is tracking those conditions and if there's any relief in the forecast. it's infuriating. it's absolutely infuriating. >> bracing for my patients. how local health clinics are preparing to care for an unprecedented amount of women seeking abortions as states start to restrict access . helping you make it in the bay the new affordable housing opportunities coming to one topic unity and the effort to get the issue on the november ballot. this is today in the bay streaming live on roku, amazon fire, apple tv, and online. good wednesday morning. thank you for allowing us to be part of your morning. i'm marcus washington. >> i'm laura garcia . bay area fire departments are on standby monitoring this out-of-control wired fire burning in gold country.