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we see it here, it will continue to move off to the southeast. the heaviest rainfall and the highest winds right now right over san francisco and portions of the bay. so a closer look at what to expect as you head out the door this morning. right now, the heaviest rainfall again over the peninsula and portions of the north bay. we'll zoom in, santa rosa, petaluma, healdsburg they saw the front earlier this morning a couple of hours ago, this is what we were watching the heaviest rainfall now it's pushing southeast. here we are over san francisco. heavy rainfall, daly city, south san francisco, millbrae, san mateo, and heading east to san leandro. heavy rainfall there right now. and then the east bay oakland, berkeley, san leandro, hayward, san ramon, all seeing heavy rain, this is the front and really the heaviest rain right now passing through to the southeast. low snow levels down to around 3,000 feet even lower. take a look at this.
rain-snow mix line just above pollock pines and grass valley. i think it will continue to lower. in fact this winter storm warning in effect through tomorrow so showers will die down in the bay area overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning with the winter storm warning in effect for the sierra through tomorrow afternoon so travel delays are likely with gusty winds, snow, up to 10" around 3,000 feet. that's a lot at a low elevation showing you just how cold this air is. and then plenty of snow from a foot to 36" up above 7,000 feet. so fresh powder for all your skiers and snowboarders. travel delays likely today at sfo. anticipate a wet windy day to start the day with lingering showers and thunderstorms this afternoon because of that cold instable air mass that's in -- unstable air mass that's in place. elsewhere travel delays due to bad weather in chicago, houston. not bad for atlanta and new york but now what happens once you see delays at one airport hub, you get the domino effect. a quick look at the highs today. staying in the 50s pretty much
areawide. rain tapering to showers with the possibility of thunderstorms. more on that coming up just a bit. back to you guys. parts of the peninsula has already seen heavy downpours this morning. kpix 5's maria medina is live in half moon bay on high surf concerns and other worries of course with the showers. maria. >> reporter: yeah. i didn't want to disappoint you guys. the rain is now starting to really come down here. we have set up some lights so you can see just how much it's raining. it is also pretty windy out here in half moon bay, as well. but that is not all that we are here to talk about. there's also some high surf. the national weather service says they can expect to see waves up to 20 feet high here along the coast but i checked the surf report and there are spots expecting about 15 to 18 feet high today. and, of course, with people coming from out of town for the holiday weekend there's a warning to stay out of the water because of the large
waves. the good news is that as i move my hair, you can see it is windy and rainy out here, the good news is that the large waves according to the national weather service aren't expected anywhere near the coast but a little offshore but the water is cold, about 50 degrees. i also want to show you wondering why my hair is so dry, that's because my photographer is awesome. take a look at what he has done for me. [ laughter ] >> in order to stay dry out here wheel you were reporting on conditions -- >> whoa! [ laughter ] >> wow. >> -- he has a double umbrella. [ applause ] >> that's how you try to stay glamorous while reporting the weather. but trust me, it is raining here and it is windy. [ laughter ] live in half moon bay, maria medina, kpix 5. >> jim flanagan, man, you get the gold star and he is just really raising the bar for photographers. >> absolutely. >> maria will have to get him an extra big christmas gift tomorrow. bay area airports were already expected to be a bit of a zoo today and all this rain
won't help. kpix 5's lisa chan is live at sfo with more on what will be a very hectic travel day all over the u.s. lisa. >> reporter: first i have to show you i do not have an umbrella over me this morning. it is raining. it is wet. i just spoke to the duty manager here at sfo. and he did tell me that so far, good news, there are no delays. just six canceled flights. two of them were departing from sfo, one to l.a., one to las vegas. and then four were arriving here at sfo that were canceled. and those were two from palm springs, one from l.a., one from las vegas. now, a record number of people will be on the go today as they try to get to their holiday destinations. more than 6 million people are expected to fly but with gas prices low, most are expected to drive. aaa says 93 million people will be on the roads this holiday season. at l.a.x., the country's second
largest airport, 850 flights were delayed and more than 150 canceled over 48 hours. >> what are you going to do tonight? >> um, watch netflix and hopefully not get my bags stolen. >> reporter: 103 million americans will be traveling for the holidays. that's 1.5 million more than last year. now, here at sfo, they tell me everything is full and they are expecting 165,000 passengers to make their way in and out of the airport today. we are live at sfo this morning. lisa chan, kpix 5. so lisa is working with the photographer that i normally work with greg welch who has not jerry rigged an umbrella up there for her but, you know, that's what makes it so tough. >> he gets a pass this time. next time he has to set it up. [ laughter ] time now 6:05. >> no umbrella needed in here so i think we're lucky, too.
southbound 680 before 780 a two can crash causing slowdowns with the right lane blocked so we'll let you know when that's cleared out of the way and then down to the altamont pass merry christmas, everybody! look at that! you are driving smoothly across the way along the altamont pass into the dublin interchange where traffic is pretty slow but not slow as usual. altamont pass to 680 will take you 14 minutes. now a look at the san mateo bridge from hayward to foster city, that's 880101, that's a quick 15 minutes. but we have some crashes to tell you about in both directions. starting with the eastbound side at the incline, it's a three-car crash blocking the right lane. and on the westbound side on the high-rise, it's a solo car crash blocking the right lane as well but not causing many slowdowns so that's the good news. northbound side of 880, here's a look at 238 from san leandro to the maze will take you 17 minutes. and then if you are headed into san francisco, a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza, you are driving smoothly through the toll there. those metering lights are not even on now.
the maze to downtown is a quick 11 minutes. but once you get into san francisco, also eastbound 80, before 7th street, there's some flooding to worry about so make sure if this is part of your commute that you're driving carefully. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. starting today parking restrictions are in effect at the golden gate bridge. the lots at the north and sound every south ends of the bridge will be closed daily between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. now through monday, january 2. this is a temporary holiday closure. you will have to take a tour bus or taxi to the welcome center and vis vista point outlooks. the u.n. security council postponed a vote condemning israeli settlements under pressure from israel and president-elect donald trump. trump publicly called for the resolution to be vetoed even though president obama was prepared to let it go through. after israel's government reached out to trump for help, he spoke about the matter with the president of egypt, the country sponsoring the
resolution. this morning, they massive manhunt for the suspect in the berlin attack is dead. we have more details. >> reporter: the manhunt for anis amri ended in milan italy 600 miles south of the berlin christmas market attack. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: the italian interior minister confirmed the 24-year-old fugitive died this morning in a shootout with authorities near the train station and not far from the airport. two policemen reportedly stopped amri, who was on foot. he took off running, pulled a pistol from his backpack, and shot one of the officers in the shoulder according to police. a second officer then shot amri dead. amri had earlier been spotted in berlin on cctv footage visiting this mosque, both before and after the attack. this dashcam video released yesterday shows the truck barreling into the market. authorities linked amri to the incident after his id and later his fingerprints were found inside the truck. originally from tunisia, amri
entered germany seeking asylum. his application was rejected and he was supposed to be deported this summer. amri was known to authorities as a possible terror threat and had been under surveillance since september. he was also put on a u.s. "no fly" list five months ago. since the attack mourners have left flowers at the site where 12 people were killed. dozens of others are still being treated for injuries. riley carlson for cbs news, london. now, italian media is reporting that amri had train tickets from france to turin and to milan in his backpack. they also say he was positively identified from his fingerprints. time check 6:09. a gas station attendant in a small northern california town is set on fire and left for dead. now police are desperate to find the man responsible. >> and why affordable housing advocates in one bay area town are furious with the city council! >> and we're tracking rain and wind and low snow levels this morning. how long will they last? details coming up. >> and how will all that affect
6:13. a live look at a wet windy sfo this morning. anticipate travel delays. we have details on that coming up. new this morning, a horrific tragedy hit the community in shasta county wednesday night around 7 p.m. police responded to reports of a fire at the rocky ledge shell station. when they got there, they found 54-year-old david wikileaks an employee wicks an employee at the station with severe burned. he died at the hospital. he had been set on fire by a suspect who got away on a bike. >> see him regularly coming
here, he was always smiling and, um, we all have bad days and we all wake up on the wrong side of the bed but he always made you feel better. >> a "go fund me" account has been created for the wicks family. a judge decided to block the rent control measure passed by voters in mountain view that would have imposed a limit on rent hikes tied to the consumer price index capped at 5%. the temporary restraining order issued yesterday means landlords are now free to continue raising rents as they wish until it goes through the courts. housing advocates held a rally to voice their anger over the legal ruling. upset the city attorney didn't fight to request to block the new rules from taking effect. they are blaming the city council for that. in san jose today, parents will be picking up donated presents at sacred heart. gifts will be handed out to 6200 kids in santa clara county this year. doors open at 9 a.m. they have everything from
stuffed animals to art supplies, bikes and everything in between. it may be cold and rainy this morning in the bay area, but at least we're not dealing with this. this was in boise last night at the famous idaho potato bowl. it was so cold that ice formed on the field [chuckling] and basically turned the game between idaho and colorado state into one big blooper reel. people slid all over the place. temperature at kickoff was 22. like hockey! michelle griego's rams put up a valiant fight against the mighty vandals of idaho but came a little bit short losing 61-50 [chuckling]. >> why weren't they prepared for this? there's ways to get around that. >> skates on the football field. >> ratings. ratings. i always like a good fall. let's check traffic. >> let's do that. things are dicey but let's start with the good news. the altamont pass looking great if you are heading out of the tracy area along the way moving
at 62 miles per hour. but once you hit castro valley, we do have a new crash to tell you about. this is eastbound 580 before eden canyon road. it's a multi-vehicle crash possibly involving five to six cars and it's blocking three lanes currently as you can see causing some slowdowns in the area. and you're moving at just 40 miles per hour. now, to the south bay. how are things looking? we had a lot of rain coming down in the area but traffic is moving smoothly throughout. 101 northbound, 280 northbound and 87 northbound are all looking good. now, let's talk about mass transit. it is the holiday time. so we have to expect some changes on mass transit throughout the area. first, bart, pittsburg-bay point line has a schedule change. and that is 10- to 15-minute intervals instead of five- minute intervals during peak times through january 2. moving over now to ace train 3 and 5 are running, afternoon trains 4 and 6 are running but one, seven, eight and ten are canceled. larkspur ferry 8:45 this morning out of larkspur is canceled. 4 p.m. out of san francisco is canceled due to mechanical
problems and capitol corridor has a systemwide delay due to track problems between suisun and martinez. julie? >> thanks, roqui. and we are tracking rain on hi- def doppler. this fast-moving front right now stretching pretty much from sacramento to san francisco right along that 80 corridor. the heaviest rain to the south and the east of the front and then we are seeing -- i wouldn't say linger -- we're seeing showers back behind the front. we'll see lingering showers as the front moves south and east throughout the day. but here's a loop over the last couple of hours and you can see heavy rain in the bay area. if you are heading out on the roads this morning a little ponding. the good news it's a fast- moving front. bad news is we are seeing a lot of rain in a little amount of time and we could see localized ponding and flooding on the roads. right now heavy rainfall in richmond, in oakland, in san francisco. we are seeing some of the heaviest rain right now and then neat east bay lafayette,
san ramon, concord, antioch, all see moderate to heavy rainfall. up in the high country snow levels down to just above pollock pines and grass valley. i think they will continue to lower throughout the day into tomorrow. a winter storm warning in effect through saturday afternoon. snow levels down to around 3,000 feet. travel delays for the foothills and the sierra. rain in the bay area will taper off earlier but we'll continue to see snow flurries likely in the higher elevations through tomorrow. current temperatures outside, 45 in santa rosa right now. 51 in san jose. 45 in livermore at this hour. satellite perspective shows what's the trigger for all of this. this area of low pressure right now it is spinning this front our way. but notice also this popcorn- like cloud structure indicative of a cold air mass. that cold air is also unstable and will bring with it the possibility of thunderstorms later on this afternoon.
so for right now, we're dealing with the front of the the heaviest rain, the highest winds, passing through. behind it, lingering showers -- really widespread rain continuing through lunchtime today. it's later this afternoon that the showers become a bit more scattered in nature and we get the best possibility for those thunderstorms that daytime heating. advancing over into saturday, a couple of lingering showers possible for the first part of the day but overall, we'll be dry for the second half of your christmas eve and the first day of chanukah. continuing on into christmas morning, i think we could see some freezing temperatures overnight saturday into sunday especially in some of our inland valleys so make sure the kids bundle up. we have dry conditions for your christmas. but cold is the story for this holiday weekend. rain forecast showing just how much we might see over the next 24 hours. we could see up to an inch in the north bay, 1.5" in the highest elevations of the santa cruz mountains, quarter to half inch in the south bay and up to three-quarters inch in the east bay. what to expect? breaking it down.
a wet start with gusty winds this morning. afternoon showers with possible thunderstorms, and then mainly dry but chilly this weekend. certainly during those overnight hours. good news if you are heading up to the slopes for this holiday weekend. plenty of new snow heading your way anywhere from one to three feet at the highest elevations so kirkwood with fresh powder for you. north star has 18 to 36" already and squaw valley going to see some fresh powder for you, as well. sunrise today 7:23. sunset 4:56. a look at those high temperatures shows not too high at all topping out only in the 50s today. so again rain and wind today, winter storm warning in effect through tomorrow. and the extended forecast shows that we do start to dry out saturday and sunday but it will be chilly staying dry through next week. now over to sports. well, coming up in sports, college hoops both stanford and usf in action with one of the teams trying to pull off an upset and for the warriors, draymond green was missing in action as the team starts its
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draymond green has left the warriors to return home to the bay area. he flew back on wednesday night for a very good reason. the reason is the birth of his son draymond junior. congratulations to the entire family. golden state trailed the nets by 16 at the half in the game but in the third kevin durant draws the foul and throws one down on brook lopez. later in the quarter, now tied at 70. klay thompson knocks down the three giving golden state the lead. they out score brook 39-19 in the third. in the fourth, the warriors just pull away off the turnover. steph curry dishes it to shaun
livingston for the dunk making it 101-91. golden state outscored the nets 68-36 in the second half to win 117-101. stanford hosting idaho down on the farm last night. the cardinal trail by 11 in the second half but with under 8 to go, stanford' binge inches nails one of the 7 at least to give the cardinal a lead. kyle smith facing utah in the first round of the diamond head classic in hawaii dons up by 2. write man hits the three to make it a five-point game. the dons knock down 16 threes in the game and they upset the utes 89-86 moving to 9-2 on the season. and the warriors right back in action today against the detroit pistons. have a great day. it is 6:25. san francisco's police union taking drastic measures to prevent a new "use of force" policy from taking effect.
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hour along the way but there's a crash in castro valley. good morning, it's friday, december 23. i'm >> i'm anne makovec in for michelle. >> it's about 6:30. the bay area is getting soaked right now as we head into the holiday weekend. this is a live look outside right now. looking at the pyramid. you can see some condensation on the lens. we'll let you know how it's affecting one of the busiest travel days of the year. but first, julie watts has been tracking the storm all morning long. >> and the storm has been moving quickly through the bay area this morning. to the southeast, you can see the front right here actually stretching from sacramento to san francisco pretty much right along the 80 corridor. it will continue to push to the south and notice still plenty of rain behind. it the heaviest rain though in front of that front along with some of the highest winds. we'll go ahead and take a closer look at where some of the heaviest rain is falling right now. really from san francisco southeast so really getting hammered there. the north bay did see some of the heaviest rain earlier today and still seeing pockets of heavy to moderate showers
passing through santa rosa, yountville, heading down to vallejo, novato, fairfax. we are definitely seeing, though, heavy rainfall now, in fact i wouldn't be surprised if you saw some flooded roadways, some ponding on the roads this morning, in and around san francisco, daly city, south san francisco. now the heavy rainfall pushing off to the easterlyier today. light rainfall heavy from berkeley, oakland, san leandro, hayward, san ramon, walnut creek, further east up to the high country. this is the big story for travel today. take a look at this. low snow levels. the rain-snow mix line just above pollack pines and grass valley. likely going to continue to sink farther to the west as we make our way throughout the morning. so certainly a winter storm warning in effect not only today but continuing tomorrow. showers will taper off for us tomorrow. but snow will linger in the sierra. gusty winds travel delays likely snow down to around
3,000 feet. plenty of snow up about 3 feet up at the higher elevations so good news for the ski resorts. anticipate travel delays at the airports, as well. wet and windy to start our day at sfo. likely seeing delays throughout the day there and also really around the country. a couple of our hubs, chicago, houston, going to see inclement weather today could help to cause travel delays at other hubs, as well. afternoon highs in the bay not too warm. in fact we'll see temperatures staying in the 50s today. so certainly on the cool side. that cold air mass could spark some showers later today, as well. so we will keep an eye on that throughout the day for you. we do have places we are drying as we head into the holiday weekend. i'll time out the rain with futurecast coming up. in the meantime parts of the peninsula have already seen thick sheets of rain this morning. kpix 5's maria medina is live in half moon bay on high surf
and other rain worries. >> reporter: good morning. it's starting to come down for hours. it's gusty out here. but that's not the only reason why we are standing out here in half moon bay. we're talking high surf. the national weather service sis it expects waves up to 20 feet. and for all you surfers out there including kenny choi, check the surf report along areas out here and we are expecting waves up to 18 feet high. so good news for surfers, but for all of you out-of-towners not familiar with our beaches, there is a warning to stay out of the water or to watch out for those large waves. the good news is that those large waves aren't expected anywhere near the coast. they are going to be breaking offshore like at mavericks not far from here. but the water is going to be cold. about 50 degrees. and we have set up some lights for you so you can see just how much it's raining out here. we have been here for hours and i can tell you that the rain
has not let up, that it's continued and that it's heavy at this hour. so if you are heading out there, if you have to, please be careful. live in half moon bay, maria medina, kpix 5. let's take a live look now at sfo. a lot of folks headed there today. it's going to be a very busy travel day. the rainy weather certainly is not going to help things. >> kpix 5's lisa chan is live at the airport with more on how things are going out there this morning. lisa. >> reporter: that's right. good morning. well, the duty manager here at sfo just told me they are going to start a delay program that starts at 7 a.m. this morning and it will run until midnight. this means the faa is going to slow down the arrival rate of planes due to the wind and the rain and then this will affect departure times. [ pause ] [ no narration ]
>> reporter: -- five-minute delays. lots of people are on the move today. 103million americans are traveling for the holiday. that's 1.5 million more than last year. now at l.a.x., construction and rain backed up the country's second largest airport. in 48 hours, 150 flights were canceled. and more than 850 were delayed. >> how long you been at l.a.x.? >> 24 hours today. >> reporter: now, aaa says most people will actually be driving this holiday season. 93million people are expected to be on the roads. now, back out here at sfo, only 7 flights canceled so far this morning. and so far, no delays but as we said as the day continues, the duty manager says to expect about a 2.5-hour delay. we are live at sfo, lisa chan, kpix 5. >> i just gasped. that's awful! >> on one of the busiest travel days of the year.
>> awful! 2.5-hour delays and she said some 7:00 until midnight so certainly if you know anybody who is planning to fly out of sfo today, have them check their flights ahead of time because it is way better to wait at home or at your hotel than to be stuck at the airport. it's going to be a mess. >> we'll keep a close eye on this, as well, throughout the day. let's check traffic now. 6:36. thank you. some delays on your runways, but not many delays on the roads. so let's take a look at the bay area morning commute. starting with the altamont pass, this has been a treat all morning long. we are just now seeing some slowdowns as you hit north flynn road at 47 miles per hour. but then again, that's definitely not as bad for you morning commuters along the pass. now, headed to castro valley, we have a crash to tell you about. this is our major crash of the morning. eastbound 580 before eden canyon road, it's a multi- vehicle crash involving five to six cars and it's blocking the three right lanes that backup already to lake herman road and you're moving at just 10 miles per hour. so this is a pretty bad commute
here. avoid the area if you can. moving to the san mateo bridge from hayward to foster city, this commute is now up to 26 minutes between 880 and 101. and those roads are wet so you want to be careful driving and a look at the nimitz freeway in both directions on northbound 880 from 238 in san leandro to the maze, that will take you 19 minutes. and if you are heading into downtown san francisco, a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza with a lot of rain coming down on it right now, the maze to downtown will just take you 9 minutes. so that's the good news. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. new this morning we are hearing from the family inside their home when it went up in flames at 10 p.m. last night on al ham practice lane in the oakland hills area. the man who lives there says that he was watching tv when his daughter started screaming to get out. >> so i went out the front and checked what was going on and it's all flames coming out from underneath the garage. and i guess it went up pretty quickly because by the time i turned around to go back inside, i couldn't see her outside, the whole front door
was filled with smoke. >> there is damage to the house and garage and the cause is under investigation. a 15-year-old football player is back in custody after the contra costa county district attorney filed felony sexual assault charges against him. the student attends de la salle high in concord. police say he sexually assaulted a student from nearby carondelet high school after a varsity football game on november 18. he was arrested and then released from custody as investigators built their case. since the suspect is just 15, the case is now being referred to juvenile court. san francisco's police union is suing to prevent the department from adopting new rules on use of force. a new policy approved by the police commission prohibits officers from shooting at moving cars. the union claims that city negotiators verbally agreed to allow officers to open fire in exceptional circumstances like terrorist attacks but refuse to put it in writing.
the police commission's refusal to continue talks since october is an unfair labor practice, the union says. >> we agreed on about 99% of the policy including very restrictive prohibitions on firing at suspects in moving vehicles. but we also agreed that there should be exceptional and extreme circumstances in there where an officer can deviate from the policy in those circumstances. >> members of the police commission say that they have done enough negotiating and they can legally move forward without the poa on board. >> to get to the point where we agreed on 99% was wonderful. >> halloran says that the union will file for a restraining order today to prevent the new policy from taking effect until there is a final resolution to the dispute. ♪[ music ] it's 20 minutes before 7:00 and bay area police investigating yet another shooting on a local freeway.
good morning. welcome back. time now 6:43. we're tracking this storm on hi- def doppler. you can see the front from sacramento to san francisco this morning. as we put in in motion, you can see as its made its way through heavy rain throughout the bay area continuing turning to snow at low elevations down around 3,000 feet. right now we can zoom into san francisco. plenty of heavy rainfall around the bay. we'll talk with this means for the rest of your day and your holiday weekend coming up. time now for a look of what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." anthony mason joins us from new
york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, kenny. coming up, we're gathering new information on the breaking news. the berlin christmas market attack suspect killed in a shootout. plus, holly williams talks with the young syrian girl who used social media to document the war. her hopes for the future now that she escaped aleppo. also, cardinal timothy dolan is in studio 57. his case for hope this christmas. and the holiday tradition charlie rose's rendition of t'was the night before christmas. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. >> thank you. >> the perfect voice for that. >> you cannot miss that. we have new details meantime on a multi-billion- dollar settlement. >> plus, donald trump hinting on social media about a big
contract. kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks reports. good morning. and the federal government stockings are going to be filled with cash after the department of justice struck two big deals related to the mortgage-backed securities scandal from eight years ago. this involves a couple of things, deutsche bank and credit suisse. deutsche bank will settle for $7.2 billion. credit suisse for $5.3 billion. that sent shares of both banks heading higher despite those big penalties because each faced even bigger penalties. deutsch was looking at $14 billion penalty. that raised speculation that it would have needed a government bailout in order to survive that. president-elect donald trump does like tweeting about defense contracts. and once again he is sending shares of lockheed market down. he tweeted that because of the high cost of the f-35 fighter jet program, he has personally asked boeing to price out the f- 18 super hornet as a potential replacement. trump has gone after the f-35
before. based on its high costs. the defense department says the costs are now under control and that the f-35 is necessary for future u.s. security. stock market is open for business today. but it's pretty quiet right now. a lot of traders already off for the holidays. and we're also pretty off to a flat start after being lower the past two days. let's check the big board. dow down by 5. just a little further away from 20,000. nasdaq down about 1 point, s&p slightly down. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs radio. developing news now. another shooting along 580. police are looking for any suspects. it happened at 7 p.m. last night near harrison street exit in oakland. two people were shot riding in the same car and they were both rushed to the hospital. the the cause is under investigation. this is the third shooting on 580 in less than a month.
time now 6:46. let's check traffic with roqui. we're going to san francisco first but then we have a problem on 580. so let's take a look at san francisco traffic moving the maze to downtown 9 minutes because the metering lights are not on. that's how light traffic is. you see the rain coming down so drive safely this morning as you head out the door. now, into san francisco, southbound 280 before monterey boulevard this is an overturned car blocking the 3 left lanes so only traffic -- the traffic is moving only through the right lane right now. chp tries to get the stuck driver out of the car safely. and as you can see, cars are moving at just 8 miles per hour. so very slow conditions in the area if it is a part of your morning commute. avoid it if you can. moving now to the altamont pass, traffic looking good actually coming off 205 at 57 miles per hour. and then 47 once you hit north flynn road. frees up through livermore more but the counter-commute
direction of 580, in castro valley you have a multi-vehicle crash with five to six cars before eden canyon roadblocking the three right lanes and the backup is to redwood road. traffic is moving at just 12 miles per hour. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. we are tracking this fast- moving front quickly moving southeast throughout the bay. in fact, right now, south of the 80 corridor from sacramento to san francisco. if we loop the radar over the last couple of hours you can see it brought heavy rainfall through the north bay now starting to taper off will taper off. we'll continue to see showers behind the front and still seeing heavy rain for the south bay and all parts south of the 80 corridor right now. a closer look at where some of the heaviest rain is falling as we speak. really lafayette, concord, san ramon, you are getting pounded. oakland just moving past you but you will continue to see some moderate showers over the next couple of hours. a look at the high country shows the other big weather story especially with travel
plans that are taking you east, we are seeing low snow levels down around pollock pines and grass valley this morning where the rain-snow mix line, just above those two locations. 80 and 50 certainly going to need chains today. expect travel delays in the foothills and higher elevations. we are off to a warmer start this morning thanks primarily to the cloud cover. 45 for santa rosa. we saw temperatures 30 there yesterday. san jose 51. 45 in livermore at this hour. satellite perspective shows what's going on. we have this area of low pressure responsible for the system today. it's spinning off that front which we are enjoying right now. later today though notice this popcorn-like cloud structure. this is indicative of cold air, cold, unstable air mass leading to the possibility of thunderstorms today. the front is passing through now over the southern half of the bay area. but showers will continue behind it. as we advance on into the afternoon hours, still going to see widespread rainfall and
then later this afternoon, a possibility of some thunderstorms as well against thanks to that unstable air mass. showers tapering off overnight into saturday morning and then it's cold and relatively clear overnight saturday into sunday. so if you are waking up sunday morning and opening christmas presents you might want to bundle the kids up. it's going to be cold christmas morning. dry saturday and sunday but cold. how much rain will we see? an inch in the north bay. most of the rain is through the north bay but depending on how much rain we get later on today with scattered showers and thunderstorms, we could see some pretty impressive rain totals. three-quarters inch possible for the peninsula. 1.5" possible for the santa cruz mountains, half in. for the south bay and three- quarters for the east bay and those are the upper limits of how much rain we might see. so a lot of rain passing through this morning and that's going to be most of it and lingering showers after the wet
start with gusty winds later today. thunderstorms possible for this afternoon. mainly dry this weekend. we are staying chilly. and we will get plenty of new powder for our tahoe ski resorts. kirkwood up to 54" already and we are going another couple of feet for north star. three feet possible for squaw valley. certainly going to improve ski conditions for us this weekend. sunrise 7:23 this morning and sunset at 4:56. a look at your high temperatures around the bay today not very high actually. only topping out in the low 50s for a high temperature today. a reminder that we have a winter storm warning through tomorrow afternoon. showers tapering off and lingering snow flurries in the high sierra and travel delays likely. the extended forecast shows showers tapering off so a dry but cold holiday weekend. and then we look dry through early next week. we'll be right back. ,, ,, ,,,,
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ked down anis five things to know at the :55. the suspect in the christmas market attack in berlin is dead. authorities tracked down anis amri in milan, italy today. he was killed in a shootout with police. german officials say his fingerprints were found inside the truck that plowed into a crowd monday killing 12 people. the u.n. security council has postponed a vote condemning israeli settlements under pressure from israel and president-elect donald trump. in an unprecedented move mr. trump publicly called for the resolution to be vetoed even though president obama was prepared to let it go through. police are looking for suspects in yet another shooting along 580. two people were shot around 7 p.m. last night in the eastbound lanes of harrison street in oakland. officials were highway patrol say that both victims were
riding in the same car. today the san francisco police officers association is expected to file a restraining order to block the new "use of force" policy from taking effect. the police commission approved the policy earlier this week and the union is upset over the ban on shooting at moving cars. investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire in the oakland hills. a family of four was inside the home on alhambra lane when it lit up in flames around 10 p.m. last night. there is damage to the house and garage and two torched cars. >> reporter: i'm lisa chan live at sfo where they are starting a delay program at 7 a.m. this morning. it will continue until midnight. this means you can expect an average of about a 2.5-hour delay today because of the wind and rain. the faa is slowing down the arrival rate of planes and this will then affect departures. a record number of people will be on the go today, more than 6 million people expected to fly.
most are expected to drive. aaa says 93 million people will be on the roads this holiday season. at l.a.x., the country's second largest airport, 850 flights were delayed and more than 150 canceled over 48 hours. >> what are are you going to do tonight? >> um, watch netflix and hopefully not get my bag stolen. >> reporter: overall, 103 million americans will be traveling for the holiday. that's 1.5 million more than last year. now here, at sfo, 165,000 passengers are expected to make their way in and out of sfo today. so far, only 7 flights have been canceled and no delays yet. but as the day progresses, the duty manager here at sfo says you can expect an average of about a 2.5-hour delay. we are live at sfo this morning. lisa chan, kpix 5. ♪[ music ] thank you, lisa. it is 6:57. let's take a look at your morning commute this morning. starting with mass transit, make sure before you head out you check your hovel schedules
because bart, ace train and larkspur ferries are being affected this morning. now, for capitol corridor all systemwide delays for an hour or more due to a problem out of the suisun-martinez area. to your roads, a problem in san francisco. southbound 280 before monterey boulevard it's an overturned car blocking the two left lanes chp reports now so only the right lane is open. and chp is trying to get the stuck driver out of the car safely. so avoid the area. eastbound 580 before eden canyon road and castro valley is slow. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. we are tracking this fast- moving cold front sliding southeast through the bay area and you can see the heaviest rain right now south of the 80 corridor. we are seeing heavy rainfall through livermore, the tri- valley, still seeing moderate rainfall though through the rest of the bay behind the front. san ramon, tassajara, pleasanton, livermore, seeing heavy rain and as well as oakland, san leandro, hayward. up to the high sierra low snow levels down around pollock
pines and grass valley, just above right now. we do have a winter storm warning in effect through saturday. rain will taper off here by saturday morning. but they will have snow into the afternoon. expect delays and low snow levels around 3,000 feet. so the rain tapering off to showers later off this afternoon in the bay area. temperatures staying cool topping out in the 50s. this weekend dry for the holiday weekend. cold, wouldn't be surprised to see freezing temperatures overnight saturday into sunday. looking dry next week. it's a classic christmas tradition to find the worse sweater you can and pets are crashing these ugly sweater parties, too. animal organizations are throwing fundraisers where pet owners dress up their dogs and cats. [ kenny coughing ] >> in glittery disasters. in one event people paid $20 for people to see the animals wear these clothes.
it helps with donations and adoptions. >> aww. a swea to anybody who tsa tty firstname.lastname@example.org good morning to our viewers in the west. it's friday, december 23rd, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." breaking news, the manhunt for the chief suspect in the berlin truck attack ends in a deadly shoot-out. italian police in milan kill anis amri. a record number of holiday travelers clog airports and highways. but rough weather could complicate the trip for millions. cardinalolan is in studio 57 on where to find hope this christmas. plus charlie rose presents a holiday classic 'twas the night before christmas. >> we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. italian pe