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i am terry crews. good night, america! yeah! . it's all systems go right now at 11. nasa making the final preparations for tomorrow's launch. what's at stake tonight and the weather concerns that could potentially stall the mission. and a fire in oregon is creating hazy skies in the bay area. we are tracking the flames and the impact it's having on the air quality. and in the climate in crisis series an alarming situation in san francisco bay. dead sea life washing up on local shores. the answers scientists are
finding so far. the news at 11 starts now. thank you for joining us. >> history in the making at kennedy space center. we are hours away from the artem is1 launching in to space. let's look at the launch pad. this mission is the first step in nasa's return to the moon. it's a test flight. there won't be anyone on board. it is a critical step to returning americans to the moon. one of the bigst factors for the launch, the weather. >> tonight the threat of violent morning thunderstorms is hanging over the plans to launch early monday. this after a series of lightning strikes hit towers near the launch pad on saturday. nasa said none of them caused damage to the rocket named after the twin sister of the greek god apollo. artemis is even more powerful than the saturn 5 rocket that
carried astronauts to the moon. it can create 8.8 million pounds of thrust on liftoff. lifting the orion to a 42 day uncrewed orbit around the moon. >> this mission goes with a lot of hopes and dreams of a lot of people. we now are the artemis generation. if all goes well astronauts could be on board in 2024 and then a moon landing in 2025 or later. orion will eventually dock with a new space station called gateway around the moon. if will let us fly crews from earth to gateway. >> the parts are coming together at this station in houston. those astronauts on the station will use a lander to go to a moon base for six day stays. >> when they come on board the goal isn't to stay here the whole time. it's to get prepared to get in the lander and go down to the
surface of the moon and spend time there. >> this is like base camp. it's circling the moon. >> exactly. >> just like apollos orion will return to earth but hotter and faster. >> tonight all eyes are on the morning forecast. right now nasa said there's a 60% chance of liftoff at 5:33 when the lawn of window opens. the chances of launch slip by the minute the later it gets. we are watching the weather in florida and will have the update later in the newscast. the vice president arrived in orlando ahead of tomorrow's launch. early their month she was at the oakland space and science center talking about the plan to foster a competitive united states commercial space sector. she chairs the national space council and tomorrow will tour the artemis2 and 3 and will speak about the importance of the program which will send the first woman and the first
person of color to the moon. >> crystal clear picture. we will speak to an expert to hear about the role they played in this mission and what we is most excited about. >> loving all the different angles. we are following the mission from launch to landing. it's set to liftoff around 5:30 tomorrow morning. we will have coverage on today in the bay beginning at 4:30 a.m. take a look at this. a large fish die off happening now in san francisco bay. we are talking about thousands of fish dead, environmental groups say it's because of an unprecedented algae bloom in the bay right now. >> from here to here. >> that's how far the algae bloom has spread across the entire satisfy bay. that's according to the senior
scientist with nonprofit base keeper who said the first reports came in july of the red tea colored water tied to the algae. >> this is an unprecedented bloom covering most of san francisco bay. >> he said that it's unprecedented because the bay has avoided a bloom like this until now. since last week bay keeper has been getting reports of dead fish which they suspect are being killed by the algae. >> over the past few days the number of dead fish and the locations of those dead fish have grown. >> the past few days people have been snapping photographs of dead fish. we saw these fish in alameda. >> seen the algae. black and brown color, kind of red. >> others noticed changes in the water. >> had to walk about three -- yeah. >> as we walked we came across
five dead fish, all about this big and local boarders said they washed up just a couple days ago. the team at bay keeper believes treated wastewater that's dumped into the bay helps algae grow. >> it is important that we get this under control as quickly as possible. >> he believes this bloom will fade as the year goes on but for the time being. >> we are advising avoiding prolonged contact with it for people and pets. >> in foster city. and new video from half moon bay. a dead whale washed on shore at manhattan beach today. it was first reported floating off shore around 3:00. they are working to learn the cause of death. they said if it happens this week depends on the tides. tonight a wildfire burning
in southwest oregon impacting the air quality in the bay area. smoke from the fire is drifting our way. that's triggered an air quality advisory that's been extended through tomorrow. lightning sparked the fire nearly two weeks ago. one firefighter has died fighting the flames. more than 8,000 acres have burned. rob is tracking the smoke and how long it'll impact the bay area. >> the 1, 2, punch for tomorrow. the low clouds, surging inland and more smoke coming in from off shore. right now hazy skies around san jose. low to moderate levels of smoke pollution with the on shore winds and as you heard those fires burning off in southwest oregon, also northwest california. that smoke moving to the south and then the on shore wind pushing it across the bay area. moderate levels of smoke pollution. likely around the bay area for tomorrow. may see it again on tuesday before the skies start to clear. get ready for a significant
warm up as highs for next weekend could soar past the 90s and into 100 degrees temperatures. we are likely talking about heat advisories or excessive heat watches. and when we aren't on the air you can use the free app. we will send you breaking news and weather alerts to help you keep up with what is happening. the man accused of starting the fire that destroyed a home depot is due back in court. he is scheduled for a plea hearing on tuesday afternoon. he is facing charges of grand theft and petty theft as well as arson. he set the fire at the store on blossom hill in april when it was full of customers and workers. estimated damages are well in
to the millions. he could spend 14 years to life in prison. also this week san jose is set to start clearing the homeless camp near the airport. that starts on thursday. those who live at the 40-acre area near the airport have been on notice for months they need to move. the city council had set a june 30th deadline but pushed it back to the end of september. if san jose doesn't remove the dozens of people who remain at the site they risk losing millions of dollars in funding the faa. the city has cleared 72 cams in the last year as part of a new effort to keep camps away from schools and other public places. bart service is back up and running in san francisco after a deadly stabbing. it happened just before 2:00 this afternoon above the station. police say surveillance cameras show the two men arguing before one stabbed the other. the attacker fled. police are trying to track that man down. the station was closed for
several hours while officers investigated. we are learning more tonight about a stabbing in san jose that left a teen dead. police now say a second person was also stabbed. it happened early yesterday not far from lake cunningham. police say that they found a 16- year-old and man who had been stabbed. the man is expected to survive. no word on a suspect or motive. a new contract for cal fire crews is in the works with pay hikes and other benefits. the union has been pushing toward for years. the new contract includes three small raises over the next year, shorter shifts and a monthly stipend to help cover health insurance. the idea is to help get firefighter pay on par with other firefighting services. right now they are the lowest paid in the state. the job is demanding, disruptive and comes with risks like injury or ptsd. >> the commitment from the administration and the
department to start reducing the work hours that cal fire does. we work a 72 hour shift. the longest in the fire department around the country. >> that contract now has to be approved by union members and state lawmakers. if passed the agreement could increase state spending by $126 million a year into 2024. coming up leaders in ukraine are fearing the worst as concerns of a nuclear disaster inch closer to reality. the drastic actions they taking to guard against the potential disaster. and it's a growing trend for some big chains across the country. the historic vote at a chipotle restaurant. restaurant. we are back in 60 seconds. what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26? not one dime to get people off the streets and into housing 27 generates hundreds of million to help solve homelessness. the choice is clear yes on prop 27.
what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26 is a money grab that doesn't guarantee a cent for non-gaming tribes. 27 requires 15% of all state revenues go to non-gaming tribes. the choice is clear. yes, on 27. works at a chipotle have made history. workers in michigan voted overwhelmingly to form a union
with the international brotherhood of teamsters. it's to increase wages and gain respect from management. an exive said the company is disappointed the employees chose to have a third party speak on their behalf. they permanently closed a restaurant in maine that filed to form a union in june. a big show of support for ukraine in the bay area. hundreds turned out to celebrate ukrainian independence day in golden gate park. >> today's event featured dancing, song, food and support for the country and it's culture. it's officially august 24th, that's when they split from the soviet union in 1991. tonight shelling near a nuclear power plant continues. the frequent attacks are forcing officials there to take action to guard against a
nuclear disaster. >> for three straight days there's been shelling at or near the largest nuclear power plant in europe. tonight authorities are preparing for the worst. officials dusting off evacuation plans and giving out iodine tablets if radiation leaks. this woman was told adults should take one tablet, her child half a tablet. >> what we know from past nuclear accides such as chernobyle is that being prepared helps those consequences. >> the head of the regional government said if disaster strikes people would be taken to central and west ukraine. he said the first wave of evacuation is for people with in about 30 miles of the leak. tonight the un's nuclear agency is aiming to send inspectors in the next few days to assess damage and safety systems. that mission already delayed
for days. meantime russian backed separatists saying they are ready to return the remains of an american killed fighting alongside ukraine. the death as the war hardens into a stalemate six months in while the cost for allies grow. the head of the ukraine national security and defense counsel saying ukraine can win but not in foreign support peters out. he said we are worried that some countries will exchange democracy for money. nbc news, kyiv. happening tomorrow a man accused of raping and killing a teenager 40 years ago is set to appear before a judge. the 15-year-old was found dead after being stabbed dozens of times near a bus stop. prosecutors say that the now 75- year-old gary ramirez sexually assaulted her and murdered her and spent years living in
hawaii. a detective used a website to help determine that ramirez is likely the killer. he was arrested last month and sent to the south bay. if convicted he could face life without parole. moving you forward tonight. bart's big south bay extension showed a break around the 4-24. in a meeting friday design and construction officials said that tunnel boring and other heavy construction likely to start with in two years. the bart extension will add four new stations in the south bay. one will be in little portugal. another downtown san jose. cal fire crews put a quick stop to a small fire on the peninsula today. this is at the highway 92 and 280 interchange. fortunately they contained to less than an acre. no word on what sparked that fire. it is a beautiful night. we mentioned that fire for two reasons.
if you saw the smoke you wondered what was going on and that's it. we are still -- we are just coming up on the intense part of the fire season. september and october. >> yeah. >> the end of summer. the dry conditions and then the off shore wind. >> now this week it'll be the heat. we will see temperatures soaring in to the 90s and above 100 inland. despite the fact that the week will start very mild like we have had this weekend. right now 59 degrees in san francisco. patchy fog, maybe drizzle again for the morning and enjoy the cool air while it lasts. inland east bay. comfortable sleeping weather for now but i think low temperatures by next weekend could be in the upper 60s. 61 degrees right now in dublin. 64 degrees and the reason for the haze is wildfire smoke which has been dropping down the east, being pushed inland by the sea breeze which is bringing in smoke and low clouds for the morning. you can see it there. the upper level low just off
shore. the unhealthy levels for near surface smoke up in northwestern california and southwest oregon. we have the low clouds and the drizzle. similar trend. clouds on the coast but a change for the afternoon for inland areas across the north bay. you may see a few high clouds. that upper low that's bringing us a little bit of the smoke. probably not enough midlevel moisture to warrant any real shower chances and there you see the low clouds in to tuesday morning. our temperature trend at least to start the week is a familiar one. it is similar to what we had this weekend. by lunchtime temperatures climbing to the 70s. highs tomorrow a little warmer out toward livermore and fairfield. starting to see upper 80s.
>> 80 in san jose, what willpower up a very different looking seven day forecast, starting to see at the bottom of the screen ask a strong ridge of high pressure. this ridge starts to amplify into saturday and right in the middle of labor day weekend forecast. that's when the temperatures will start to climb. right now it looks like as early as friday, mid-90s inland and then as we head toward saturday, watch the bay side temperatures. this is very important. 70s and 80s bay side. near 100 degrees concord and fairfield. near 100 degrees near livermore and to morgan hill. bay side for now. still seeing in the 70s and 80s. we will have to watch that closely for areas, especially those that don't have air conditioning. that's manageable. we see more 90s popping up bay side that could lead to issues. right now plan on heat advise is for the inland east bay and areas south of san jose. starting friday i think maybe all the way beyond labor day.
look at ten day outlook. concord well above 100. napa may be a travel plan for labor day weekend. things looking hot. san francisco for now staying in the mid to upper 70s for this weekend. you see that trend heading in to the holiday weekend. numbers starting to go up. we talk about fire danger. even without strong winds, warm nights, hot days, especially around the hills, really going to start to dry out. we will have to watch the temperatures closely. especially the inland east bay valleys. >> thank you. if you have a roku you can watch the news when you want. select the live tv tile on your home screen, scroll down to channel 133 and now you can watch the local news that moves you forward on your schedule. still ahead it just sold for a price that's out of the park. how much this mint condition mickey mantle card is worth.
lova acceptance fill south bay streets. the pride parade returned to san jose. we had one of the floats. helped spread the love. people are so happy to have the parade back. may not be as big as the san francisco party in june but many told us even smaller events are good to spread a message of inclusian. ? hundreds also dressed up for
this ycon convention. it celebrates everything pop culture, tech, and geek. that's a lot. we saw a ton of costumes and you can see them here. a lot of make up. that's a lot of make up on that guy. san jose convention attendees said they love seeing imagination come to life. >> everybody has been so friendly. go to a lot of events and sometimes you don't talk to a lot of people. here everybody wants to talk to you. how many have told you today how cool you look? how many? a lot, right? >> he does look cool. one kid got to go back to the future. former myth busters host adam savage is behind the convention. no marty mcfly. how much is a mint condition mickey mantle
baseball card worth? one determined buyer said $12.6 million. bought it for 12.6. the amount blasted in the record books. the market has been heating up. a few months ago a buyer paid 9.3 million for the jersey worn from a 1986 soccer world cup. mickey mantle didn't make $12,348. it was a lot less. >> yeah. >> what do you do with those? you can't touch them or you ruin it. yeah. the value. >> want to put this out there. a perfect willie mace card should be worth more. that's my opinion. >> you have one? >> he probably. >> it's for sale now. give me a call. >> he wouldn't be here. 20 year anniversary of the a's franchise record 20 game
winning streak. talking about the a's. they made a movie about that 2002 team called money ball. not everybody was happy how they were shown in that film. the former manager's thoughts on the movie. in order for small businesses to thrive, they need to be smart. efficient. agile. and that's never been more important than it is right now. so for a limited time, comcast business is introducing small business savings. call now to get powerful internet for just 39 dollars a month. with no contract. and a money back guarantee. all on the largest, fastest reliable network. from the company that powers more businesses than anyone else. call and start saving today. comcast business. powering possibilities.
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he singles to left. he was thrown out at 2nd but the run scores so the a's are up 2-0 after the first. then in the 3rd, garcia again at the plate. he comes through with an rbi single. the a's score a pair of runs in the inning. they beat new york 4-1. they flip their four game series against the yankees. >> this team showed their fight. you know its been there all year which is a test member to that group. they take pride in their defense. i can tell you that. we will be back out there on tuesday, working to get better. before the game the a's honored their 2002 team. today is the 20 year anniversary of their franchise record 20 game winning streak. hollywood made a movie about the team called money ball. it's about the streak.
former manager art howell wasn't a big fan of how he was shown in the movie. >> i was disappointed in how they portrayed me. there was a lot of questionable thing that were in it. it was a good movie for the fan that watched. as far as me it was totally wrong. the giants are on the road but maybe they need home cooking. they are headed back to the bay after getting swept in minnesota. it's the 7th time this season they have been swept. down 3-2 in the 5th. brandon crawford lines a single to right. after that was all twins. bottom half of the frame. jake hays rbi double highlights a 5 run 5th inning for minnesota. a highlight for san francisco. scott alexander made his giants
debut. he pitched a 1-2-3, 6th inning. they went two and 6 in the road trip and they remain 7.5 games back in that final wild card spot. >> not good enough. not up to anyone in this clubhouse's standards. you know i think we have to come back home and keep our heads down, keep working every day and understand that there is still time and really fight and scratch and claw to stay in this thing. >> there is still hope. all right. to the links in the final round of the tour championship. rory started six shots back but when this birdie falls on the par3-15. look at that. he grabs a share of the lead. scotty with bogi, san francisco and then on 18rory taps in for par and the victory by one shot at 21 under par. he win its the tour
championship and captures the fedex cup title for the 3rd time. his bonus check a cool $18 million. back to your giants. 7.5 games back of san diego. holds the 3rd spot in the wild card. the padres are coming to down. a big three game series. this series could determine it. you heard kaplar say they still have time. it is time to get going if they are going to do it. >> there's hope. >> there's hope. >> positive. >> try to keep hope alive. thank you. coming up a different approach to getting humans back to the moon. we are counting down to tomorrow's artemis launch and hearing a researcher here in the bay area playing a big role in the mission.
we are hours away from our historic launch. nasa is bringing in a new era of space exploration and taking a huge step toward returning to the moon after 50 years. take a live look at the artemis rocket on the launch pad, kennedy space center in florida. tomorrow's launch is just a test flight. there won't be anyone on board. a critical step in getting back to the moon and beyond. joining me now is jeremy from nasa. thank you so much for being with us here this evening. i go back to 1969. july, we landed on the moon. we got, you know, neil
armstrong was there. here we are and we are really taking a different approach. what is going on? the difference between that one and this one. >> yeah. that's a great question. so, our goal this time around with the artemis program is to establish a consistent human presence on the moon and then reaching forward to start getting our way into exploring the solar system. we will be looking at ways to establish lunar bases, to learn how to live off planet and how to really start to extract resources from what we flow is there on the moon today. >> and this is also tying in. we are not just looking at the moon. we are thinking about mars as well. >> that's right. yes. we have hard, solid evidence that there are resources on the moon in the poles in the form of ice water that we can then develop more technology to convert into fuel for space craft, rockets, that can extend into mars.
it really is kind of like a stepping stone on our way to mars. >> and your role is thermal protection system manager, with the heat we are talking about on this. tell us about your job and how critical it is to the mission. >> yeah. i mean it's a team effort. i'm the deputy manager for the orion space craft. when orion comes back from the moon to earth it'll hit the atmosphere at about 25,000 miles an hour. coming in that fast the out side of the vehicle gets very hot. our heat shield will reach surface temperatures of up to 5,000 degrees and our thermal protect system is designed to keep the space craft and the astronauts inside safe and comfortable despite the heat going on around them. >> tell me about you -- what are you most excited about? you want the readings and you
need that kind of information. what are you most excited about with regard to this mission? >> its been a long time coming for me. i have been working on this program for over 10 years. there's a lot that's gone into it. i am excited about seeing our system finally work the way we have designed it to coming back from the moon. it's great to be part of a program whose mission is to not only return humans to the moon but return to the moon with the first woman and the first person of color and for me that is just a humbling experience that i'm so blessed to be part of. >> that's a great point. the inclusiveness that we are seeing on this mission t wasn't there in the 60s. >> yeah. its been too long -- to be taken on and i'm glad we are finally doing it now. >> we will find out tomorrow morning, 5:30 a lot of people who are watching will be
getting up then. jeremy, thank you so much for taking the time to join us here this evening. >> okay. we are just about six hours from the launch window opening. here is another live look at the launch pad. different angle now. we are seeing all sides of artemis. this is at the kennedy space center in florida. as we said earlier the weather will play a key role in whether the launch will happen. rob is keeping a close eye on it and has a quick check of the weather and a closer look at the technology helping power this launch. you saw the live look at the fuel tank for armetis. we did have a one hour delay due to thunderstorms. those have moved out. with that delay teams trying to get caught up as they approach the next launch hold coming up before launch much if automatic things come together with artemi1 the launch may remind you as the first stage of this
rocket has -- the twin solid rocket boosters on both sides and you saw the external tank with the orange insulation. what are different are the four engines and what makes this different than the space shuttle is that the second stage. that white houses us to move out of earth's orbit and that will be part of the orion with the four solar panel that will unfold into low and high orbits around the moon and if all this comes together and gets underway tomorrow we are looking at a 42 day mission with those lunar orbits and as you heard with our friends that all important heat shield test as the orion comes back at 24,500 miles an hour back into the atmosphere. a lot faster than a low earth orbit so they will watch that closely. a lot of technology from the
shuttle era combining the next generation getting us back to the moon. >> thank you. >> artemis set to liftoff around 5:30. they are trying to make up for a little lost time. we will have complete coverage of the launch on today in the bay beginning at 4:30 tomorrow morning. it's one of the most expensive mistakes in san francisco and they are still trying to fixt a new building permit for the leaning sinking millennial tower. the reporting on the luxury shower. construction crews behind me are digging on this side of the northwest side of the building. they have installed 18 piles to bedrock and the city said that's enough. >> those 18 piles go down to bedrock to anchor the high-
rise. they believe it should stop it from tilting and sinking but each time they started to dig to install the pile itself caused the building to lean and sink more so a 5th official eventually stopped the plan to install 52 support piles and submitted a new one that he relies on just the 18 already in the ground. the plan is now to extend the foundation and attach a corner of the building to some of the 18 piles. that requires even more digging. crews are busy digging. 25 feet down on the northwest side of the building. >> the load transfer from the existing foundation to the new piles is very complex. >> a veteran engineer said by design the piles aren't supposed to be rigid but more like adjustable cushions and he worry that with only 18 the
piles won't function as well as if there were 52. >> you don't stop continuing settlement. so that's a basic flaw in the design. >> now that the city has approved the plan the work done at the corner of the iting tower should be done by the end of the year and they stand by their assertion that the 18 support piles are enough to stop the sinking. >> he has been covering the story from day 1 and he continues to break new information on it. you can watch all of the previous reports on the website. just go to nbc bay area.com and search millennial tower. up next what started as picking up one piece of trash has blossomed in to an organization that is helping clean up san francisco. the story that will make you bay area proud. next.
means more people get the assistance that they nee they get someone to partner in such a way to see transformation come to them. yes on prop 27, because there's no place like home. - you okay? - there's a flex alert today to see transformation come to them. so i'm mentally preparing for the power outage. oh, well we can help stop one because we are going to reduce our energy use from 4-9pm. what now? i stepped on a plug. oh that's my bad! unplugging. when it comes to preventing outages the power is ours. it started with a father and his two daughters walking in their san francisco neighborhood during the pandemic. >> sparked a mission that they are building on daily and it's helping make the city beautiful. here is tonight's bay area proud. >> he was like a lot of parents of little kids, running out of things to keep them occupied. now he was also like a lot of san francisco residents, noticing how much trash there was on city streets.
well, those two things have led vince on one big mission. >> how are you? >> good. >> in the mission district warehouse on a sunday morning, vince is leading by example. >> making sure i look decent. >> in order to get san francisco to do something they have likely never done before vince is willing to do something that he has never done before. >> never dressed up as a jedi. >> on this day he invited fans to help make their corner of the galaxy cleaner. >> trash in san francisco is not unique. >> its part of a campaign he started called refuse ref fuse. his message, if you love your city, then prove it. >> we say we love san francisco. we live here, but it's got to be more than i pay my taxes, right? >> it started he said during the pandemic looking for outdoor, socially distanced activities for him and his
children. so they started picking up litter on their block every week. one day a neighbor called out asking if he could join them. >> we just exchanged numbers and then he came out picking up trash alongside me and my kids. i was like okay there is something here. >> there was. a lot more there. they have since led 600 clean ups all over the city, gathering more than 150,000- gallons of trash. >> places that remain clean tend to stay clean longern as well. >> along the way he realized he was connecting with his community and his city and that even more than the clean streets is what he really wants to share with others. picking up litter and just the easiest way to get people involved. >> picking up the trash is not as important as it the issue as -- homelessness, addiction, mental health, education, public safety, but those things are so big and so many things
and it's such a complicated system i don't know what i can do to address that but trash on the street? i can do that? it's so tangible. >> and attractive message leading to a more attractive city. >> if you know someone who is doing something extraordinary email us at bay area proud at nbc barry.com. you can tag us on facebook, exgram and twitter. let's talk about's heat wave. i guess you call it a heat wave? >> yeah. at least five days or more of that coming up. >> and you only need three. >> yeah. it's high impact. labor day weekend. we are rolling into september. just like that in the seven day forecast. just in time for september. temperatures are going to climb
up. right now, not bad. 59 degrees san francisco. looking at some patchy low clouds, cool, free ocean air conditioning for a couple of days. 64 in san jose. more hazy skies tomorrow. wildfire smoke coming down the coast, brought in by the on shore wind will lead to the hazy conditions and low to moderate levels of smoke pollution around the bay area. you can see the unhealthy air more up toward oregon and the northwest coast as we head through the day tomorrow. notice the low clouds inland. drizzle at times. monday's forecast, very similar to what we just saw this weekend. morning temperatures on the cool side. lunchtime temperatures nice. those hazy conditions from some of that wildfire smoke. 70s inland around noon and highs for at least tomorrow. really don't have any signs of 90s yet. mid to upper 80s.
60s to 70s around oakland. one check of that -- look at that. seven day forecast. hard not to get distracted. we have a strong ridge of high pressure here. taking shape. we talked about is this a heat wave? by definition of starting on thursday, lasting through the holiday weekend with the peak temperatures likely coming labor day on monday. the progression of the heat. mid to upper 90s, the inland east bay valleys, upper 80s around san jose. 70s and 80s bay side. you will notice the warming trend as we head toward sunday and numbers in to solano, may warrant a heat advisory. now, maybe some travel destinations for your labor day weekend plans and look at san jose. climbing to 98 degrees. look at livermore now. numbers from saturday through tuesday. that could be four days over
100 degrees if that trend holds hottest day there. labor day here we hope is a trend that will trend -- warmer and hot around downtown. the trend bay side is still 70s and 80s. that will be critical when it comes to how big of an impact. the population, the inland east bay. around bay side locations, east bay to san francisco and peninsula looks like 70s and 80s. at we drive 50 minutes inland you will find 90s to up to 106 degrees as you just saw around livermore for the labor day on monday. we will watch that closely. >> all right. thank you for that. coming up, movie ticket prices lower than they have been in decades. the special offer to get $3 tickets to a show. $3. it's for one day only.
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one last look at artemis ahead of the big launch. the world is watching. this launch could bring us one step closer to seeing astronauts on the moon. artmis set to lift off around 5:30. we have complete coverage on the launch on today in the bay starting at 4:30 in the morning. >> that's a beautiful shot. we were just talking about how there has been so many different camera shots. >> another one. >> you have all the angles you want to see it blast off. >> will it be 5:30? >> that's the launch window. the storms caused a delay on fueling but they are watching up so stay tuned. weather still looking favorable. >> exciting moment. >> thank you very much for >> thank you very much for joining here at city of refuge, we house up to 26 families.
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