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right now on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, we're hearing from employees forced to take shelter following a student in -- shooting in an east bay mall. with the new year is now charges with the morning commute. how much you can expect to pay. we're seeing another surge in coronavirus cases in california. we'll have details on the state's plan to get kids back into the classroom safely. and good morning, happy new year. it's saturday, january 1st. thank you for starting the new year with us. i'm devin fehely. let's start with our meteorologist. >> starting out 2022 with temperatures for the most part in the low to mid-30s across the bay. look at the current. concord, 33. the number in livermore is 31. 31 in santa rosa. san jose is in the mid-30s. bottom line, grab the heavy jacket. bundle up. i can put a couple of other numbers on the screen and you can pick out your part of the bay. it's all of the same. the afternoon is going to be find.
we'll warm into the low 50s. it will be sunshine today. 50s will still be cool. we're going to be on the low side of 50s. we're going to look to next yok's chance of rain and also go into how long we're going to stay this cold in the mornings. back over to you. >> thank you. and it's happened again. another shooting at a crowded mall it happed in the east bay at concordival mall. someone opened fire at the mall and shot a man. kpix 5s around rowa na can, ano has more. >> okay, we're hiding in the back of the store. we locked everything down, but there was a shooting. >> reporter: michelle brigham got the call every mother fears. her daughter was working inside the mall when she heard a sound of gonefire. >> signed like a pop, an automatic. we were like what do we do? >>you jade bell ran to the door and locked it until shoppers came knocking, begging for help. >> i opened the door.
i was like get in, get in and there were multiple people flooding in through our doors. >> reporter: employees and shoppers hit until they got the all-clear from police. officers from the concord police department had to make sure there was not an act of shooter inside the mall. one man was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound to his stomach. that were relieved no one else was hurt. >> was shaken and calm and i am cpr shirtified. >> reporter: in the midst of chaos, there was calm as employees work together to ensure shoppers were safe. for those waiting outside for their loved ones, there was nothing but anxiety. >> she literally walked out and i was like -- you know, and i ran to my father. she's an adult and a child. my heart sank. >> reporter: andrea nakana, kpix 5. >> concord police are looking for the shooting suspects. they say, the wounded man was a good samaritan who was shot whole trying to help a robbery
victim. this morning, he is in stable condition. and this is a live look at oakland. the city is ready to put 2021 in the rearview mirror. they were plagued by crime and violence. oakland finished 2021 with the high of the homicide rate in 15 years. kpix 5s da len digs into the numbers and looks at what is about to change. >> reporter: when it comes to gun violence, this is a reminder that oakland is in a crisis. which one is -- represent as i homicide. so far this year, 134 killings. this is a snapshot from the last 15 years. the numbers taken from the city website and there are big increases the last few years, leading to 132 homicides in 2021. 2017 and 2018 saw the lowest
numbers. bothiarys with 75 homicides. 131 killings in 2012. in 2006, 148 people killed. let's break down the numbers geographically. police say the numbers are as of december 26th. lack merit, the center of the city. everything north of of the lake, rock lidge and pars of the oakland hills. 12 deaths and 46 shootings result in injuries and some had multiple vehicles. -- victims. downtown, west oakland. 17 people killed. at least 83 injuries. east oakland is the most dangerous part of town. 10 fohomicides. and at least 448 people shot. the deeper you go, the more shootings and killings. one more number. officers responded to 3300 shootings in oakland. think about it. 3300 shootings. what is more important than the numbers is how you feel. and many people say that they don't feel safe in oakland. why the increase in violence? officers say they see a lot
more guns in the streets. some people blame the early release of inmates. they also point to bail reform, releasing violent suspects on no cash bail. it turn things around, oakland is funding more police academies to fill vacancies. the police department is budgeted for 737 positions and right now, they're down to 692 officers. the city is nesting more money in operations cease fire. an intervention program providing high-risk individuals jobs and other alternatives to gun violence. in three weeks, the department will shift 48 officers to patrol in deep east oakland where most of the shootings on,cur. the hope is 2022 will be a much safer year. i'm da lin, kpix 5. increase to the 100 iron in addition to the 134 homicided investigated in 2021 by the oakland police department, there were five more homicides on oakland freeways falling
under the jurisdiction was chp. a police chase in the east bay ended in the san francisco bay. yet started early friday morning. the driver lead officers into oakland. at one point, the chp said the car stopped and a passenger tried to hide a bag with a gun inside. the driver and passenger ditched the car. officers arrested the driver after chasing him on foot and found the passenger hiding for a half hour. the family is sharing a message of thanks after the search was called off. rory angelotta was reported missing after he doesn't show up for kinner with friends. he said, going to go skiing first. the deputies ended the search on thursday and said it was doubtful he can have survived the severe weather fabook state from the family expressing their gratitude for everyone
helping to search for him. over six days, the sheriff's office said over 13,000 personnel hours devoted to the search. drivers, a heads up. the chps maximum enforcement is in effect. they're working to catch impaired drivers and speeders and violators through sunday night. tolls are going up on seven bay area bridges. this applies to the base, san mateo, dun bartop, richmond and martinez. the money will go to a long list ofm pro ofments. and still, the hook doesn't affect the golden gate bridge. many workers in the bay area are starting the new year with a raise. san jose and silicon valley are increasing the minimum wage. san jose workers will see their hourly rate go up to $16.20 an hour. in mountain view and sunnyvale, the minimum wage bumps up to
17:10. and palo alto increases to 16:45 and others $6.40 an hour. and there were no new year's eves fireworks in san francisco. the city sought to discourage people from gathering in large groups during a covid spike. in oakland, the science and space center closed down until january 15th. the annual balloon drop did no the happen with many similar events scrapped, people around the bay area did their best to adjust. people lined town go into a one- stop party shop in san francisco looking for decorations to make the most of an evening at home. >> first, it was frustrating because, you know, i had planned with my friends. you have to adopt and -- dat and it will be nice and more you want mat with family. >> all of the plans got canceled. we had two parties that we invited to other parties show invited to and they all got canceled. >> others say they planned all along to keep it small and stay in to welcome the arrival of the new year.
a lot of people are being cautious and getting tested. this was the new year's over rush in san jose yesterday. cars lined up at the fairgrounds and the drove through testing site in east ridge mall. california's positivity rate again so to speaking. look at yesterday's numbers. nearly 16%. that is a 3% jump from thursday and more than a 9% jump from the same time last week. and in castro valley, the state school superintendent visited canyon middle school to help hand out free at-home covid test kits. the state is wanted happening out 6 million additional tests to students and staff as they get ready to go back to campus next week. and make sure that students are healthy before heading back to school on monday, here are the local events. the west contra costa unified district will distribute at home covd you test kitting. families can pick them up and on sunday, january 2nd, all parents need to do is go through the drove in between
10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. and it their child. go to our resource guide at www.kpix.com. and right now, the world is saying goodbye to america's golden girl. beloved actress about they white died yesterday at the age of 99. she was just a few weeks shy of her 100th birthday. her talents touched the world, including northern california. here's more. >> reporter: betty white loved the fe analover like i am. >>there is no in the entertainment industry who has done more to be an advocate for animals. >> reporter: sacramento zoo director jason jacobs remembers his friend as the gold know general who fought for good. >> she was a tireless ambassador and champion for animals. >> reporter: in 2009, white visited california's capitol city using her fame to help
fund the locao. >>henderstood the importance of videos with, saving species from extension and what they meant to children. people still talk about our supporters and members about when she came to sacramento. >> reporter: leaving a lasting impression as she has done for decades. >> she was one-of-a-kind. >> reporter: and fiercely funny. >> even a trip to the bank can be exciting. if you ware a ski mask. >> reporter: she was a television pioneer, hosting talk shows and starring in tv. >> i have three cats and they are all named after characters from the golden girls. i am a big betty white fan. >> reporter: this local comedienne inspired by betty white's ability like any good comedienne to break the rules. >> there is a lot of really positive things to come out of that show. things you shouldn't have been doing in the '80s. they were for gay rights and animal rights and they went on to tackle issues like homelessness and aids. >> reporter: in march, she will headline layoffs unlimited in
san francisco. judge show will be in my heart. >> reporter: taking the stage and thinking of white with joy j. she was a [ inaudible ] and had a career in show business. that is,a mazing and worth celebrating not getting sad over. the time now is 6:13. still ahead on kpix 5, and streaming on cbsn bay area, we have new new year's tradition. what those long lines of people are waiting for. plus, what east bay regional parks you need to be on guard at if you are taking your kids or pets to this weekend. and this is a live look outside before we head to break. we'll be right back.
. welcome back, the time now is 6:16. good news forby area seafood lovers. a large crowd went to the pier to buy dungeness crab. pier 45 is doubling up as a seafood market. those catching crab are allowed to sell it next to the public thanks to a public program aimed to helping local fishermen for the pandemic. >> been here 2 1/2, three hours waiting. it's worth the wait. awesome guys to provide us the crab. it was great. really enjoyed it. >> with lines stretching up and down the what was, it could be -- the wharf, it could be a
new year's tradition. east bay regional parks is warning about toxic mushrooms getting ready to sprout. a recent rainstorm will lead to more fungi and are warning pet owners about the death cap and western destroying angel. both have been popping up in local parks and contain toxic chemicals that can cause kidney failure within 24 hours of consumption. and with temperatures dropping into the 30s overnight, homeless advocates said, they needed to take action and help out thousands who sleep on the streets or in their cars in san jose. volunteers from three nonprofit organizations including hello angels handed out hot cocoa and blankets, sleeping bags and food to the unhoused. the city opened two warming centers because of the cold snap. it's in the enough, say homeless advocates and that there is only room for 60 people. we have a cold morning on
our hands. the temperatures in the low 30s and there is a freeze warning to tell you about. the many thing i want to do is highlight the freeze know wa. you can see a 31 and 30 for peta lime a. the mid-30s. 31 in livermore and 33, concord. coming in for a closeup look. staying in effect until 9:00 this morning. we'll get a bit of a reprieve into the afternoon. the and we're look at highs into the low 50s for everybody and you may have to settle for the inland valleys in the east bay and around 50. and we'll so the numbers up in the north bay come up to about 50 for the daytime high as well and in terms of fog out there, we're not dolling with any. a few midlevel clouds for sure. nothing on the ground in terms
of any visibility issues and san jose, down to 6 miles and that is fine. the mornings will stay cold the next few days. and you will rebound quickly into next week. inland valleys, the numbers here climb into the mid- to upper 40s and into next week. temperatures rebounding to the bay. 50 by tuesday and the bigger picture view shows us the next system getting developed into the pacific. and watch that line of showers. sunday, monday, we have the next system here trying to bring us rain. we'll come in for a closer look at that and a better idea how likely that rain is going to get here. most is too far north and the showers fall apart on monday. now, and it's mainly monday morning, light showers into the
afternoon. and there is not a lot to that. that basically covers monday. there we are by the evening on monday. you can see the showers at that point. pretty much coming to an end. and if we put totals, that gives you an inch of rain. not a big rain maker and locally, that system ends up to far north to have real significant impacts here and that is the first one. a break on thursday and another chance on friday and what we looked at for monday's rain is the opening anotstd into friday ofext . none of those look significant. and we'll get back into the storm track. the clouds that we will get will warm up the morning lows. and we won't still be getting
into the low and mid-30s and it will feel better. yesterday, i did a lot of nothing and told someone it feet look a day to be on the coach -- couch and blanket. i know why now. it was so chilly. >> and staying that way through the weekend, too. heads up on that. >> all right, thank you. >> yup. all right, the college football championship is set. the scc's top dogs made up for their other conference members who i would say laid an egg this bowl season. plus, nearing game time and all signs are pointing foot 49ers know -- pointing to want more from your vitamin brand? get more with nature's bounty. from the first-ever triple action sleep supplement... to the only 24-hour vitamin c bou
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people laughing at you than x raying with you. the highlights will explain just how poorly this fellow's unfortunate tweet from wednesday aged. >> i immediately regret the decision. >> reporter: the bear was the scc. gem harbah looked ready to play. georgia up 7-0 and bring out the trick-eration early. the rare hat finds kenny mcintosh touchdown. that was the beginning for georgia and this got ugly. the second quarter, ten isson bennett throws it deep and connects with germaine burton. a 57-yard score. georgia led 27-3 at the half, fourth quarter now, be aboutet in the pocket -- bennett in the pocket and takes the ball up in time. there is james cook. takes it for a house call. georgia, 34. michigan, 11. bulldogs play the winner of the
next game. nick sabine and alabama. they have more championships than cincinnati has bowl wins the past decade. patrick mahomes in dallas to check out the cotton bowl. less than two minutes before half. the how long momentum shift in the game. young hits brookes for a long one. 44-yard t.d. 17-3, bamma at the break. i would say the tide dominated the trenches on both sides and ran for 300 one yards. the scoring through the air. the route was on, 24-6, bam a. bearcats armed 40 points per game. alabama is not, may be houston or smu. they were held to six. desmond ritter sacked six times. tied win, 27-6 and in advance to the title on january 10th. let's move to the 49ers. it was day three of jimmy garapolo watch. dealing with a torn ligament in his thumb he injured against tennessee last week. the had coach kyle shanahan said he is not ready to
announce the starting quarterback at the moment. all signs point to trey lance. lance spoke to the media yesterday which, is usually a pretty good indication that trey area is coming to lead by staid -- to leve stadium. >> it's about finding my role. jimmy is our starting quarterback. if he can go on sunday, i will continue to do my job and be prepared as i can case something happens to hep. and him playing a whole 3/4 of the game, that is not a lot of guys that could have done that. >> and war areas are hanging in denver. and his return is, quote, very close. the next home game for the warriors is monday against miami and we can see him then. that is i fantastic way to ring in the new year. the war areas are in utah with a new year's matchup taking on the jazz. and 49ers-texans will air
here on kpix 5 this sunday. happy new year, everyone. have a great rest of your day. coming up and streaming on cbsn bay area, oakland closed out one of the most violent years in two decades. we'll break down the numbers and look at what is about to change. next. plus, an all too familiar scene is playing out in colorado right now. we have the late of the this devastating wildfires that are whipping through the state. here's a live look outside in san jose. we're back in a mom.
. welcome back. the time now is 6:30. thank you for joining us. i'm devin fehely. let's start with a quick check of the weather with meteorologist darren peck. >> cold this morning and had this season. it would be foolish to say. the coldest day of the year and that is true as well. happy new year. we're in e low 30s out there. 33 in concord. 31, livermore and 31 in santa rosa. so, if you put another couple of numbers here, we're in the same boat. it's cold enough here in the north bay. there is a is a freeze warning staying in affect until 9:00 a.m. and that is how you message it strongly here for the north bay. be aware it's cold enough up there. sensitive plans andness lated pipes and make sure you don't
slip on any surfaces when you step outside this morning. any water overnight would have frozen on the sidewalk. okay, and day time highs today in the low 50s. going to be a beautiful afternoon. we're staying cold like this the next few days and how long it lasts. there is more rain in the forecast the next week. back to you. >> thank you. and this is a leave look at oakland this morning. on a live look at oakland this morning. the city is understandably eager to put 2021 in the rearview mirror. oakland finished 2021 with the highest homicide rate in 15 years. kpix 5s da lin digs into the numbers and spotlights some of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the city. >> reporter: when it comes to gun violence, this is a visual reminder that oakland is in a crisis. each one of those crosses in front of september columbus catholic church represents a homicide. so far this year, 134 killings. this is a snapshot of the
totals the last 15 years. the numbers taken from the city website and there are big increases, leading to 134 homicides in 2021. and 2017 and 2018 saw some of the lowest numbers and bogiaries with 75 homicides. 131 killing in 2012. and in 138 people killed. let's break down the numbers geographically. the numbers are as of stomach 12th , lake merritt, center of the city, everything north of the lake, rock ridge and parts of the oakland hills. traditionally, these are very heavy areas. 12 deaths and 46 shootings resulting in injuries. some shooting his multiple victims. downtown, west oakland, 17 led ast east oakland res the part of to 105 homicides. at least 448 people shot. the deeper east you go, the
more shootings and killings. one more number. officers responded to about 3300 shootings in oakland. think about it. 3300 shootings. what is more important is how you feel and many don't feel safe in oakland. why the increase in violence? officers see a lot more guns on the streets. some people blame the early release of inmates. they also point to bail reform, releasing violent suspects on no cash bail. to it were things around, oakland is funding more police academies to fill vacancies. the police department is budgeted for 737 positions and right now, they're down to 692 officers. the city is resting more money in operation seas fire and an intervention program that provides jobs and other alternatives to gun violence. in three weeks, the department will shift 46 officers to where most of the shootings on,cur. the hope is that 2022 will be a
safer year. i'm da lin, kpix 5. in addition to the 134 homicides investigated by the oakland police department in 2021, there are also five more homicides on oakland fries and they fall under the chp's jurisdiction. it happened again. and there is another shooting at a mall. it happened ithst bay of the concord sunival mall. before 4:00 on friday, someone opened fire in that mall and shot a man. kpix 5s andrea nakano spoke with employees who heard the gun fire in the crowded shopping center. >> she was okay. and we're hiding in the back of the stor. >> reporter: the daughter was working inside when she heard the sound of gun fire. >> and heard a pop. >> reporter: shoppers came
knocking begging for help. >> and you opened the door. >> reporter: employees and shoppers hid until they got the all-clear from police. officers had to make sure there was not an active shooter inside the mall. one man was taken to the hospital with a gun shot wound to the stomach. those inside were relieveed that noneel was hurt. was making sure the chdr >>it lmploys worked together to ensure shoppers were safe. for those waiting outside for their loved ones, there was nothing but anxiety. >> she literally walked out and i was like, you know, i ran to my daughter. i mean she's an adult, but she's still my child. it's just like my heart rorter concord, kpix 5. concord police are looking for the shooting suspects. the wounded man was a good
samaritan who was shot while trying to help a robbery victim. this morning he is in stable condition. sno spent an east bay police chase ended in the san francisco bay. the chp said it started yesterday morning on ho494 nor marted in. they say, the driver led off -- near martinez. the chp said the car stopped and passenger tried to hide the bag with a gun inside. the officers arrested the driver after chasing him on foot and found the passenger hiding in the chilly bay waters for a half hour. a family of a missing skier is sharing a message of thanks after the search was called off. he was reported missing after he didn't show up to christmas dinner with friends. he told them he was going to go skiing at north star. the deputies ended the search and said it was doubtful he could have survived the severe weather conditns. ye f'ce r ev edch for rorysng
er sixdays, the ceover,000 onhours were devoted to that search and we're getting more video of the devastation in boulder county, colorado. it happened in a matter of hours. they were fueled by 105 miles an hour winds. they destroyed hundreds of homes and other buildings, tens of thousands of residents had to quickly leave their homes. the sheriff said as many as 1,000 homes could be gone. >> god help us. >> that was the terrified reaction of a colorado driver who narrowly avoided running into flames on the highway northwest of denver. he eventually had no choice but to turn around. >> i packed myself and my cat and just keep our fingers crossed. >> it was nothing left in the
area. i am grad that everyone got out. -- glad that everyone got out. >> unbelievable when you look at the devastation that we don't have a list of 100 missing persons. i am hoping that is a miracle. >> and people at the home depot in uicodohad a shopping ulatst seven people were it injured in the fires. so far, there are no reports of deaths. covid is putting up a continuing strain in the airline industry with thousands of flights canceled nationwide. the faa said that air traffic controllers shortages could cause more cancellations. and it's adding to headaches for people trying to get home from holiday travels. the bay area bridge foes are going up. this applies to the bay, san mateo, richmond, car kin ease, antioch and have an easternian bridges and will go toward a
long list of improvements. the toll hook doesn't affect drive or the golden gate bridge. many workers in the bay area are starting the new year with a raise. san jose and silicon valley cities are increasing the minimum wage. san jose workers will see the hourly rate go up to $16.20 an hour. and in mountain view and sunnyvale, the minimum wage to $17.10. palo alto, $1. cuin $6.4 ur. anr tributto bty llywoostar of the walk of fame. she was just a few weeks shy of her 100th birthday. as -- brought laughter to fans for decades. >> hi, how are you? >> i didn't sleep a wink all night. i feel wonderful. >> reporter: before she became a household name to "the marry tyler moore show," she was a
familiar face on tv, hosting parades and appearing in tv commercials. >> your man's valentine is sportsman to theories. >> reporter: and as a regular on game shows from "to tell the truth" to "the match game." >> i am the first one finished. >> you're the best -- . >> you were finished a long time ago. >> to her favorite. >> the short host on "password," allen ludden. >> reporter: the role of the mary tyler moore show made hear a star. it bam her trademark, a sweet little lady who says not so sweet things. >> yes in. >> could you do me a favor? >> well, maybe on my lunch hour. >> thank you for being a friend. >> reporter: in no one cove, white took on a new role playing the lovable, naive rose on "the golden girls." >> even a trip to the bank can be exciting. if you ware a ski mask. >> reporter: considered one of the most progressive tv shows of all time, the four older
single women living as housemate is in miami raked in awards and main taped a cult status for decades. >> who is that? >> it's me, blanche. >> reporter: as white got older, her popularity increased. >> you play like betty white out there. >> that is not what your girlfriend said. >> reporter: the 2010 super bowl ad for snickers was a hit it started a facebook campaign for her to host "saturday night live." >> betty white! >> reporter: a few months later, she got the gig. >> we love you! >> reporter: the appearance earned her a seventh emmy award. that same year, she starred in another sitcom at age 88. >> put them on, joy. you're the only one hour with man hands. >> reporter: and at age 96 -- . >> oh, my goodness. >> reporter: white received a standing ovation at the 7th emmy awards and she thanked her fans saying it was incredible shocked stay in a career so long and still have people put up with her.
. for many, the start of a new year is a time for new beginnings. kpix 5s kiet do brings us a story of one man's fresh start 15 years in the making. >> reporter: it's a cold, rainy night here at the palo alto transit center and the start of bus route 22. about 10 years ago, we were the first to tell you that homeless people use bus 22 as a way to stay warm and dry. they still do. this holiday season, we ran into a man by the name of eric shantz who taught us that sometimes life and the universe works in mysterious ways. it's been called hotel 22. where $2.50 will get you a
day's worth of warmth and shelter. in this particular moment, a bit of humanity as well. >> thank you. >> there you go. have a great day. thank you. >> why do you always thank people when they get on the bus? >> to be a good person, be -- [ inaudible ] >> you don't have to do that, you know. >> you're right. hopefully it makes them feel good. it makes me feel a part of. >> reporter: about 40% of the people who ride the two overnight are homeless. for them, eric always offers a hello and says a prayer. >> tell me what it was like when you first got behind the wheel of the two? >> it was emotional. i used to ride the 22 to stay dry. it's just memories. bad memories. >> reporter: he hustled on the streets for years, stealing, lying, cheating for drugs. six months at a time.
and when he did, this was home. >> right there. it does feel a little weird coming back here. >> reporter: eric said the city team ministry got him clean and kept him sober the past 15 years. >> if you're in your addiction or if you're homeless or whatever the circumstances are, there are places to change. you can chge. to a si >> yeah. >> are you familiar with city team? >> we met billy new yen who have been living out of the tent for it some time. >> i want people top if this knucklehead can do it was not -- i guess you could say i was a low life. heavenly father, lord, i asked to protect him and guide him, lord if i can do it, anyone can do it. it takes a willingness to change. >> reporter: after years of working odd jobs, a friend encouraged eric to apply to vta and finally start a career. nine weeks later after intense training, studying and testing,
he became one of the old of the graduates at 53 years old. >> a lot of people don't really enjoy the line two. but for someone that is -- line 22. for someone in the shoes of the people that ride the 22, it's a great feeling to be able to pray for them and give them a little bit of encouragement, talk with them and treat them like a human being. >> reporter: when the bus route of life takes you full circle, don't forget to request the kpix or all of the s. okay, ou focus now on to the forecast. it's cold out there this morning. if you just look at the current numbers across the bay area, we're feeling this. some places more than others and it's going to be the inland valleys where the temperatures are cold of the. look at the north bay. that is where numbers are into the low 30s. thirst in petaluma and santa rosa. it's 36 down in san jose. it's colder than that when you go to the inland valleys.
trivalley, 31. concord, 33. we're in the mid-for thes and where the cold of the temps were, that is where we have a is a freeze warning. stays in affect until 9:00 this morning. the day time highs are fine. we'll see the numbers climb back up into the low 50s for most locations. although we'll probably top out in the mid-40s for most of us who are inland east bay, it's low 50s and in the heart of the bay into mill valley and sonoma. napa, and low to mid-50s once we find ourselves says back into the lake and men to seeno county -- mendocino county. they're mid-level clouds here. we don't have fog out. there the air is too dry. one of the reasons we're able to get so cold is because we have imported drier air. we ultported colder air and has -- we imported colder air and it's less hu gough, you will get fog n. this case, the air is dried out too much. it will stay this way true the weekend. the north bay valleys, the cold
of the now with the is a freeze warning, that will stay, though, through tomorrow and then a gradual improvement as we go into the early part of next week. the same story for our inland east bay valleys and we'll see a similar story apply out for the bay as we warm up at a time when who get into tuesday. the first lope of showers, ratify into -- first line of showers arrive into monday. the larger pattern matters and we're going to see another large trough develop in the gulf of alaska and copour way. this is this time around opposed to what december looked like. the storms will be coming in too far north. in other words, looking look a more traditional la nina where the rain misses us. at least most of it's does. it's going to washington and oregon. let's watch the first one and this is the monday opportunity for rain. so a few showers coming across here. and watch that again.
we'll look at it again. let's showers monday morning through the afternoon and into the evening. we'll get light rain and not a lot. monday is our first opportunity for rain. and there are others as we look at the bigger picture. and wednesday, three inches of rain here. the big picture pattern holds. system after system will continue to get pulled into the pacific northwest. that takes us through thursday and another one lined up by the end of next week. we're getting to far ahead of ourselves. that is our system on friday by the end of the seven-day. light showers for monday and wednesday, a break on thursday and some more upreturning on friday. that plays out as well. they can't look like blockbuster storms, but just as we get into next week, we will continue to talk about the possibility for lot rain on most of those days. you said today was the
coldest day so far. also technically the warmest. >> i know. right? if we want to make that comparison, that is why i feel like it's worthwhile pointing out that so far there are this season, since winter, this is the coldest morning. we have a couple more to go. we'll so the rest in 2022 plays out. littlnear>> - hi mommy! - hi honey! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. ♪ hush little baby...♪ ♪...don't say a word...♪ but if slow upload speeds turn your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me? shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds
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. the time is 5:56. frightening moments at sun valley mall in concord after someone opened fire inside of the mall. one man was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound. concord police are looking for the shooting suspects. they say, the wounded man who was shot was trying to help a robbery victim. he is in stable condition this morning. and oakland just ended one of the deadliest years on record. 2021, the city saw 134
homicides with officers responding to over 3300 calls for shootings. the city is shifting around resources to try and address the problem. and starting today, tolls are going up on 7 bay area bridges to $7 for most cars. this applies to the bay, san mateo, dun barton, richmond, car cone ease, antioch and venician bridges. the money will go to a long list of improvements. along with the hikes is a minimum wage increase for bay area cities. san jose has the lowest to $16.20 in mountainville and sunnyvale, the wage is $17.10 an hour. >> in fiermaery,tha chan crabs the boats. the city is allowing it to help fishermen during the pandemic. all right, a seven-y ca whi are mulei we to preface that by saying none of them are blockbuster storms. they're not going to bring a lot of rain. there is still a chance on each
one of those days. as far as neall around. we'll be in the upper 40s for the cool or spots in the inland valleys. day time high climbing to 50 for -- climbing to everybody. we have a good looking forecast coming our way inters of the rest of the weekend. have -- in terms of the rest of the weekend. over to you. >> thank you, darren and thank you for watching kpix 5 news this morning. don't forget the news continues all day on cbsn bay area. we'll be back here tomorrow morning at 6:00. enjoy your saturday.
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