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and into housing. yes on 27. >> as temperatures climb, so dos the chance of power outages. high temperatures in the next two days approach 115 degrees in in parts of the bay area. > >> people are doing what they can to beat the heat from conces to hitting the beach. >> drinking a lot of water and having fun and not paying attention to how hot it is. > >> the bottom is falling out under morgan hill homes doomed to be condemned. wait until you hear who homeowners say is responsible. > >> after a searing sunday, temperatures are set to climb even higher tomorrow and will
not top out until tuesday. thers an excessive heat warning for labor day lasting through at least tuesday and maybe through. through thursday. >> if you got through the ma mage that, the next days are different. they are hotter and getting into a category where we where we break records. been using words like excessively hot hot and high degree of risk. that is what the weekend was like. there the next two days. >> these are the inland valleys. inland valleys. it does get better on wednesday. we are nott of the woods. thursday will warm warm up again. in the south bay, bay, let's do a comparison. maybe not as hot. it will be 102 102 in san jose. if we go
further into the bay, there is oakland, 94. oakland has an exce heat warning and sodas conquered conquered in livermore. your number will be 110. if you looke the map was shaded, the comparison is striking. a lot more purple. we will get into the seven-day forecast and showu why we need to keep this in mind mind through at least thursday. > >> there is a flex alert tomorrow. it will start at 4:00 pm and runs until 10:00 pm. thee asking you to set thermostats tr than 78. do not use major appliances during that time. electricity demands are expected expected to get close to the red set in 2006. there will be
cooling centers open during thet hours. you can find the nearesty going to the website. > >> animals might behave strangely during a heat wave. it it is because of the heat with an animal experiencing some kind some kind of disease. it is always best to consult a professional before doing anythg that might do more harm. > >> if you tried to hit the road, the road, you are not alone. bridges and highways were packed. it was relatively cool. it was a great day at the beach. beach. that was the scene at stinson beach. the national recreation area sent a message saying -- some of the beach. it is shut down every weekend to
car traffic. the beach la restat was completely booked. had to cl in extra staff to handle crowds. crowds. in marin county, and sausalito, a lot of foot traffic foot traffic taking in the view. >> the parking lot has been flooded. people parking illegal. parking illegally. >> retailer 7-eleven need the ea business after two tough years. >> they decided to put up with the heat. >> reporter: due to the extreme heat, the city of pleasant hilld to delay this dark of the evenig event by about 30 minutes. the music brought people to their
feet. nevermind that it was 101 degrees. people were moved by the be. >> drinking water and having fun. >> you mean dancing. >> reporter: are you sweating more than usual usual k >> absolutely. >> reporter: if they were not grooving to music, people found shade and even brought their ows and came prepared. >> is one of the things he liked he liked to do. enjoy the outdoors. >> reporter: how has it been so far? >> i like to watch some of the dancers. they still have the moves. >> reporter: some residents waited until it was cooler to take pets for a walk. sunday was was the final summer concert by
the lake. mayor, michael harris, michael harris, said the city allowed people to bring more tents and coverings to keep then the shade. >> the turnout is great. we have we have had situations where he had 800 to 1000 people. this is a great crowd. everybody likes to come to pleasant hill for th. they are free. >> reporter: about 300 happy pee made it out to enjoy the band. >> the downside is fire danger. as things warm up even more, the more, the state will send more resources. more engines cobbled overtures, water tenders and crw will be ready if anything crops. in the meantime, other crews arg progress in the mill fire 250 ms north of the bay area. the
county said two people were killed. some evacuation orders have been lifted for the city o. of weed. summer taking the philosophical view. >> it could have been a lot worse. we are thankful. >> the whole house was destroye. we are so upset and depressed. e lived in a peaceful and loving community. i am really deeply hurt. >> it started on friday. containment is at 40%. > >> crews in santa rosa are inveg a brush fire that broke out in n open space. crews were able to t it out in a hurry. no buildings threatened and no one was hurt.
> >> developing news. we have news of the inmates who escaped frome contra costa county jail. they said the men may no longer be in in the area. the two men are from pitchman -- richmond in pittsburgh. they escape from the from the marsh creek attention y at about 11:00 this morning. its a minimum security jailing clayton. residents are being asked to lock homes and doors ad locked cars and report any activity. > >> still ahead,unbeing woe,are t offeredced to ma thig fair price. > >> in oakland, pride celebrations returned and peoply the heat to show support. not everybody could make it to the
presidio. not as hot as other parts of the bay area. places like pleasanton. that is where they lined up for ice cream at meadowlark dairy. there were 70e they had to direct traffic into the parking lot. some of the trc as people waited in line. also other ways that people stayed c. stayed cool. >> i have the twin grandsons here. than my other grandson jackson. >> we were staying in the shader most of the walk, trying to keep keep cool and have a few beverages of apple juice and things like that. >> it is about 95 degrees out f. out five. >> i was really happy, we can
play in the water and cool down. >> i hope you are having a nice day in the pool. you have to do the best you can and have fun with what you are doing. you hae to know limitations. we can be t here longer. >> it is about 106 degrees in p. in pleasanton. >> that is it. the total is six dollars. >> my name is michelle. we have to stay cool anyway we can. >> we are getting ice cream to cool down.
>> that is the best thing on a hot day. >> now that we have been armed, it will come in handy tomorrow. look at those numbers. >> i showed you the exaggerateds get everybody on the screen so you can pick out your part of the bay. the ones that may be need to have a bit of attentions the peninsula. upper 90s for dae high temperatures. we spent so h time focused on the excessive heat. we have to get the word out best as we can. don't overlook the upper 90s. it will be noticeably hotter tomorrow. mid-90s along the east bay shor. just going over the hill you see you see that contrast. that is why it is nice to do the transition so you can see how mh different it is on the east side east side of the hill. if you look at the map that shows the colorized visualization that the
the national weather service isn doing to get more specific rather than just showing the county outlines for heat ou det you whri . we will keep the view wide. view wide. if you go to the souh bay, san jose, as we go into tomorrow and tuesday, it will be same tomorrow. i you can see wh. look much of the south bay shadg into the purple. it will be a very high risk for heat related health issues. then going to 110. you are just as bad. high pressure parked over us. anothey
to look at this is to see the other record that was set. if you go up to 5000 feet, that is the level of the atmosphere that atmosphere that we look at as forecasters to gauge what daytie high temperatures will be like.f we look at that and take a look in comparison to the records. any area in fuchsia, over much of california going into the ara of record-setting. the records y go back to 1979. that is as far back as we go with this highly specialized tool. is an intenset wave. we haven't seen anything to that degree since we startedg at it. one other thing to keep in mind, we are going to work at work at the possibility of it'sg left over moisture from what woe once been a hurricane. the
important is to recognize that left over moisture has to go so. go somewhere. we could have an isolated thunderstorm by saturday. much more throughout e week as we get closer to it. there are the first alert weather days tomorrow. notice what happens once we get past t. would thursday. we will spike again a bit. back to you. > >> we are set for. we will take a break to tell you about the rs on broadway. pride marching through oakland. > >> now that the ruppel is back? you bet. >> there are a lot of ways you can spin it. >> what does a kid do after reag
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>> music, dancing and unity retn to the streets of oakland. it was the 12th annual pride paradg a comeback after covid sidelineo years in a row. thousands line s of the street enjoying the colorful floats, firetrucks and other performers. people love sg it again. >> it is awesome to have these s back online. people are out andk to doing what they love. >> i feel like unity, just like bringing the community together is important. >> aside from food and clothinge fair included monkeypox vaccination sites. maybe the most popular business was an italian ice dessert ruth. > >> after the break, why people are told they have to leave
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noticing half-inch cracks turnig to six-inch. it is alarming. >> the house has slid about eight inches off the foundation. foundation. the problem stems fm where the house is located. oveg anderson reservoir itch has been been completely drained. the homes were built in the 50s on an ancient landslide. the belief belief is the draining of the lake accelerated the movement. r thinks it dates back to the coyote creek flood. after the e, the managers began rapidly drying the water level down after any significant rain. thas when things started slipping. >> >> the idea this is an act of god in nature is not true. it is is a man-made catastrophe. format the deputy operating officer doesn't dispute the changes in the reservoir are contributing to the slippage.
>> those things do have an impact. >> reporter: that is exactly why exactly why the homes have to g. part of the seismic project is to stabilize the banks of the lake but there is no practical way to do that under the existing houses. >> the water district said it will buy them all at fair market market value. that is where the dispute lies. and appraiser valued his home in only $900,000, comparing it to similr sized houses and residential su. residential subdivisions. >> we live on a lakefront home.f you going to compensate us for a for a lakefront home you should compare to another lakefront home. >> none of the neighbors have tn the offers. if an agreement can't be reached, the water dist could force a sale under eminent
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