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>>ready for riots businesses are boarding up ahead of election day owners are worried about destruction once the presidential winner is revealed. well trouble big pigs are tearing up one open space in the south bay. why there is now proposal to kill the pace. and bold burglars there's new video of these breaking into homes while people are working from home. what police want us all to know this afternoon. >>from the bay area's local news station. this is kron 4 news at 3. >>now a 3 several businesses
in downtown san francisco are boarding up as they brace for potential damage and destruction after the presidential election. which is now just 6 days away. thank you so much for joining us here on kron 4 news at 3 i'm justine waldman kron four's when kelly is joining us live right now from market street where much of this barricading is going on right now they're worried either way whether it's president trump who wins or joe biden. >>that's right just seen i am in front of the palace hotel and there's a bunch of businesses here on the ground floor that have plywood up over the windows and doors this is all in case there is trouble on election night. i'm told it doesn't matter which side wins or loses here. they are just making sure that their glass stays unbroken and i'll tell you this is not the only place where i found precautionary plywood put up.
>>the sounds of hammers and saws could be heard in many spots in downtown san francisco as construction workers and security guards put up sheets of plywood over a plate glass windows and doors is bill nye some barricades protecting the glass from potential riots that they think that might actions. >>disease this plan to gas pretty expensive lot cheaper than this to build >>into destructive behavior. you don't really know who's going to win, but people are crazy right now with everything that's going on in the world the world crazy place so there's going to safe and protect their the manager of one business that was boarded up says she's frustrated about putting plywood over her display windows since they were just getting momentum after reopening.
>>she understands why it's happening but she wishes it didn't have to be this way i mixed feelings, i wish that we didn't have to do that but with everything going on i realize again it's >>i wish we did and i wish we lived in a place where we could just go vote and feel good about our decision and the process and and realize that. >>whether the outcome is one thing or the other we're all in this together. >>apd is also gearing up for election night they tell me they have canceled discretionary time off for their officers and they are adding cops to patrol that night. so they can respond to what they're referring to as spontaneous events, reporting from san francisco. i'm maureen kelly kron 4 news thank so much marine will go to southern california now and rodeo drive in beverly hills will be closed to cars and pedestrian traffic on election day. >>and the day after in order
to prevent a possible protest. the move came as city hall encourage some businesses to board up they're high end stores, city shopping areas have become places of protests since the death. this summer of george floyd a black man at the hands of minneapolis police officers. 36% of california voters so far have returned their ballots. this is according to the latest numbers from political data results from those ballots are not being tallied up just yet. county elections officials across the state are processing the incoming ballots to make sure they have verified signatures and are able to be scanned. those ballots will be the first counted on november, 3rd, voting advocates are pleased with how many in the state are using the vote by mail option. >>i think voters are getting the message and i'm really happy to see they're getting these pallets and so early it's going to really help. process those ballots more rapidly and get us to final election results sooner than later.
>>voting advocates say if you want to mail in your ballot you should do it now you have to get into the mail by this weekend or take it to your post office to make sure it's postmarked by november 3rd and if you have any problems casting your ballot. let us know we'll investigate you can e-mail us at voting problems at kron 4 dot com and coming up at 3.30 this afternoon we will be answering some of your voting questions right here on kron 4 news at 3. so you can feel a little bit more confidence before november 3rd so stay tuned for that. now people in alameda county have multiple options for voting in person between now and election day today, a major sporting venue was added to the list of locations kron four's haaziq madyun shows us where it is and how we can use it. >>the oakland alameda county coliseum accessible voting location will be open to alameda county residents starting this saturday october 31st to election day november, 3rd voters choosing this location will be able to register and vote in person in
the oakland arena. >>both curbside for vehicles or place completed ballot ballots drop boxes let me county registrar of voters, tim dupuis has information on other voting options throughout the county they can use one of the 66 drop boxes that we've installed throughout the county so at 66 drop boxes. >>and then starting this we have 100 accessible hole locations that are opening up the 4 days leading up to the election the oakland a's will be covering the $30,000 cost for use of the coliseum team president dave kabel talked about why it is important to all of the sporting venue for those voting in this election during the covid-19 pandemic is a great opportunity to get everyone together to work across all our different constituencies to ensure that we could have voting in oakland in alameda county i think it'd be a tremendous and disunity something that oscar in a new era of voting and probably will be something we have every 2 years which would be a great change policy and
sabal voting location will follow cdc and public health guidelines regarding social distancing and the wearing of masks masks will be provided for any voter who needs one the coliseum will be open for voting from 09:00am to 05:00pm starting this saturday october 31st to tuesday november, 2nd and from 07:00am to 08:00pm on the day of the election. >>has it made you kron 4 news. >>let's talk now about our 4 zone forecast as we take a live look outside here in san francisco along the embarcadero lovely midweek out there feels crisp and fall, let's see what the temperatures have in store for the rest of the day with our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez, good afternoon. >>just let's take a live look outside from the east bay over berkeley clear calm night right now for the bay area and 24 hour temperature change is showing about 5 to 10 degrees of cooling not just along the coast. but also far east bay shoreline very little change far inland valleys in the east
and temperatures out there right now on the mild side widespread mid to upper 70's, upper 60's for those of you at half moon bay, but overall we are tracking calmer winds speeds out there this afternoon compared to 24 hours ago single digit winds and that's what's helping to increase our moisture content out there in the bay area specifically our inland valleys out of the single digits now into the teens for most of our inland valleys, so it's still a little bit dry out there but not as dry as yesterday. now that winds have calmed down a bit and also we've been noticing some pretty cool overnight temperatures the last couple of nights but we do have very little change daytime high wise through saturday, but then of midweek warm-up by this upcoming week and even for the 2nd half of your weekend more in my full forecast in just a few minutes back to you to staying. thank you so much of breeze that will go to the south by now were there is a proposal to kill wild pigs, but the crossbow. >>and that has now been shot down by officials kron four's rob fladeboe has more now he
is live in san jose with where these pigs are tearing up a golf course and rob they want to do something about this but killing the pigs that was really an option on the table. >>well a good afternoon justine i'm here at the coyote creek golf course in a far saw san take a look behind me you can see the handiwork wrought by some wild pigs here overnight now for the it's to get a depredation permit which the golf course has and trapped the pigs who euthanized but that's just simply not working the pigs are a little too well wary of that right now so the golf course applied to the city for a permit to just shoot the pigs out right and now even use a bow and arrow with the city says that isn't just a little bit too risky. here's more. >>you are looking at a sample of the damage done by some 2 dozen feral pigs that are paying nightly visits to the coyote creek golf course here in south san jose. they are coming out of the surrounding wild lands in routing up the
rough and fairways in search of grabs in the soil says general manager mike fish use like you took a rotor tiller. >>the redditor wrote attorney hillar for your front lawn and you. roeder told your front lawn that's what our golf course looks like when these picks are done it's not a new problem, but the wily nocturnal pigs and grown wise to trap some fences. >>we need to send the herd says san jose city councilman johnny say they have very little natural predators and the their prolific breeders and they have big litters you know so >>they can multiply quite quickly since the shooting firearms is illegal inside city limits cameras and others proposed hiring an archer to kill the pigs but that too has been rejected. the city says it's too risky with highway one o one nearby and wounded pig is a dangerous pig meanwhile, the damage is adding up. >>we probably spend just in labor replacements odd seed turf repair i'd say could be
$50,000 a month these pigs are not just heart causing harm to the you know the city. >>grasses and laws in you know and that golf courses they're actually destroying wildlife habitat for you know the native species as well. >>well, the pigs are indeed taking a toll on the golf course so far they have posed no threat to the golfers. >>councilman county says says that the county had some success with the discontinued program several years ago to reduce the population of the herd out in the wild and he's reached out to them to see if they can't get that program going again as for the golf course here they're frustrated. they say they've been trying to trap these picks for the past 2 months but haven't caught a single one live in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >>thank you so much rob now to the peninsula and palo alto police are on high alert after a growing number of cases of overnight burglaries when people are still inside. there have now been 6 burglaries or
attempted burglaries of occupied homes committed in the overnight hours since october 12th. police say the targeted houses are along galen avenue kareen away and nathan way there have been no confrontations between the suspects and the people who live there and the suspects. entered pete have not entered the people's bedrooms we do have some surveillance video from one of the incidents that happened on the night of october 12 that's when police say 2 men. we're breaking in why people were inside sleeping and their wanted right now and they allegedly stole a car. so if these people look familiar to have any information about any of the other overnight break-ins you're asked to contact police. much more ahead here on kron 4 news at 3 it's last call wind iconic sign is coming down in san francisco. plus the covid-19 vaccine will still not be available for several months. why the white house now says millions of americans will not have to pay for one. and right after the
>>a disturbing discovery for a family living here in lafayette. yesterday morning. the family discovered on their garage. a swastika and trump. spray painted. it's now been boarded up and the active heat has been reported to the lafayette police department, the police department says that it is contacted the fbi and open up an investigation. mayor mike anderson has chimed in saying that he denounces this act of hate in that. this form of hate will not be tolerated. in this city. around this home. there are biden harris posters there's a biden harris flag. so it's likely that this was a political statement. but a hateful statement nonetheless, the family says that they want to publicize the stories so that others are aware of what's going on and that other people take action and make sure that this form of hate is
not tolerated. in lafayette fleet of all kron 4 news. >>san francisco supervisor dean preston has announced speed limit changes coming to the intersection of geary boulevard and golf street, the changes are coming after a car hit and killed a person in august at that intersection as a result portions of geary from laguna to golf steiner to scott and baker to saint joseph's will have their speed limits reduced from 35 miles per hour to 25 miles per hour. they join us here on kron 4 news at 4 o'clock we'll have a live interview with the supervisor about the importance of this change and now the big changes coming to san francisco, you know that iconic coca-cola sign. well it's coming down, it's no longer going to be overlooking the city of san francisco crew started tearing it down. at 15 bryant yesterday and the work continued this morning. the billboard has been a fixture in the city for 83 years but soaring rental costs reportedly prompt the beverage
giant to take the sign down. now as election day gets closer and closer the presidential race is triggering a huge amount of interest bay area, voting officials are getting more questions than usual and catherine heenan the host of inside barry politics, talk with one of them to get us some tips before we head out to the polls we've even mailed in her ballot already hey catherine yeah, you're right but still a lot of interest not everybody is voted out these people work in the offices are. >>used to being really busy at this time of year during a presidential election. but they are still surprised by the level of activity this was the scene and san francisco recently and again despite all the early voting of course, not everybody has voted. i talked to somebody with the santa clara county registrar of voters office and got some last minute advice. >>it's not too late to vote by mail. you can still as long as postmarked by election day you can vote, you know i dropped it in the mailbox and we've been advocating that that's
definitely the most socially distanced way to vote in the pandemic and you can also take your ballot everyone in santa clara county has a has received by mail ballot you can take that at below been put in any one of the ballot drop boxes around the county. and if you do want to vote in person you can do that at nearly a 100 locations starting saturday starting halloween and those will be open throughout the county you can go to any of those. and all the socially measures and sanitation measures are being taken at all of these locations. and i would just say i would recommend people not wait till election day if you are going to vote in person trying to get down there, especially if you want to register and vote at the same time you can't do that, but it takes a bit more time. so you know if there is going to be any kind of lines it's going to be at the last minute so don't wait. >>the details still very a little from county to county. but people do still have a lot of options in the bay area as
of today by the way eric's office has received nearly 450,000 ballots. that's double the number from the 20 16 election at this point testing. >>gathers i'm trying to think about it this way that november 3rd is the last day to vote. it's the last day not the only day the last day we'll switch gears now and talk about the weather forecast as we take a live look outside at san francisco's international airport. beautiful wednesday out there but a lot of people are curious about the weekend. it is halloween. so murray decide is going to join us is going to be a trick or treat weather. is going to be such a treat just seen especially the 2nd half of the weekend starting a warm-up but from now until then. >>some pretty mild days very little change temperature wise taking a live look outside we are noticing clear calm conditions and also that marine layer not really going to impact the bay area for the next couple of days, it will be shallow at that. temperatures out there right now in the mid 70's for downtown san francisco in san
mateo same for san jose 77 degrees a pretty uniform numbers out there no one really complaining now that the winds have finally come down in the bay area oakland 75 degrees fairfield in the low 80's as a lena napa in the upper 70's in santa rosa fording with 80's but 79 degrees it is going to be another chilly night though in the bay area so we are going to wake up to relatively cool temperatures widespread 40's and 50's santa rosa, even cooler than that at 39 degrees and daytime highs tomorrow very little change from today so today we did start a gradual cooling trend but overall we're going to be on cruise control through your thursday and friday forecast low 70's for downtown san francisco, mid 60's for those of you at half moon bay, mid 70's throughout the east bay shoreline for oakland and even hayward with low 80's for the tribe valleys, same for santa rosa and san jose 78 degrees and taking a look ahead at the next 7 day outlook, mostly sunny for your halloween days of certainly a treat just teen
and don't forget an extra bonus is we get to fall back so we gain an hour of sleep early sunday morning back to you thank a breeze and still ahead. the coffey park neighborhood which was destroyed by the 2017 tubbs fire is now celebrating. >>and the city of santa rosa is really happy about this big developments we'll have a live interview with the mayor of santa rosa to tell us all about this big change. and the trump administration says a coronavirus vaccine will not cost a bay area homeowners, learn how you can eliminate monthly mortgage payments and improve your cashflow.
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>>so it's exactly clear when the first coronavirus vaccine will be available to the public by the trump administration says when it is finally released it will be covered by both medicare and medicaid, this means that more than 60 million americans, we'll be able to get the covid-19 vaccine with no out of pocket costs officials with the centers for medicare medicaid services say nothing will change that even if president trump does not win reelection next month. >>desantis that vaccine is ready. we're also ready our seniors have paid into the medicare program their entire lives and they deserve access to this vaccine. >>experts say it will still be several months before a code vaccine is widely available earlier this month, the federal government announced it will partner with retail pharmacies cvs and walgreens to help distribute the vaccine to long-term care facilities
would know out of pocket costs. major league baseball says it will investigate la dodgers player justin turner despite testing positive for covid-19 turner was spotted on the field with the team celebrating after they won the world series. even taking off his mask, 14 photos, the 3rd baseman was pulled from the game during the 7th inning after his latest test came back positive in a tweet he thanked everyone for reaching out says he feels great and has no symptoms as of now no other dodgers players have tested positive. up next the california law every worker in the state should know about before election day. plus by the city of danville is now canceling weekend street closures in the downtown area. and right after the break we're just 6 days away from the november 3rd election. so when it comes to voting. we've been asking you to send in some of your questions we're going to be answering them in one of them today is what to do if your name has changed
>>so the election is less than a week away and voters still have a lot of it's totally cool. we're here to answer them for you force master hurting us now live in the newsroom tackling some of the common questions, we've been getting so far this one today's most comes from a viewer right that's right just seems so despite the record breaking number of early voters, there are still a lot of voters that have yet to cast their ballots.
>>kron 4 we've been asking you to send in your election questions and there are a few common questions that we receive including this one from sara nia she asks whether she can use her ballot even if it has the wrong last name on it for example, if you legally change her last name since the last election season and the last name on your ballot is different than the one you are currently using legally. we spoke to election officials to find out. >>know we're going to recommend that the person may get really registered in that case any time there's a change in name or that the person should definitely registered update that information. >>now the secretary of state recommends that you update your dmv record before really registering and if that's not possible be short indicate on your application that you don't want to use your dmv signature on your registration now be answering more questions. a little later on today on kron 4 news at 5 and at 6 as well as on our streaming service kronon you can download that for free in
your app store justine thank you so much not some californians are allowed to take up to 2 paid hours. >>to vote during work if they cannot vote during non-work hours on election day. california law states any employee taking advantage of the voting time must tell their employer. 2 working days before november, 3rd if they will need to take the time off to vote so friday basically polling places open at 07:00am and they close at 08:00pm on election we'll go now to the gulf coast because we are monitoring hurricane zeta that's expected to make landfall. south of new orleans tonight, the storm is expected to bring life threatening surge and strong winds to places already pummeled over this historic storm season. heavy rains could reach all the way to georgia and the carolinas. on tuesday. so we'll talk also about our forecast here in the bay area as we take a quick live look outside at the golden gate bridge want to know a little bit more about what's ahead for us here in the bay area. but meteorologist mabrisa
rodriguez is here now she's also tracking this hurricane what's it going to be doing next for greece uh yeah well it's already made landfall just in as a category 2 storm with the northern eye wall. >>over this city of new orleans. so it does have sustained winds right now at a 110 miles per are tracking moderate to heavy downpours right now throughout the state of louisiana with a hurricane warning in effect from morgan city, louisiana, even into the alabama border, life threatening storm surge with hurricane force winds currently impacting most of the gulf states throughout louisiana and even into alabama as well in addition to that could see locally heavy rain as high as about 6 inches but closer to home here in the bay area clear calm conditions out there right now let's take a look at your microclimate thursday forecast very little change temperature wise tomorrow compared to today downtown san francisco holding steady in the low 70's with mid 60's all the way from pacifica into happen bay daly city warming up into the low
70's so really just a degree or 2 of the difference tomorrow compared to today low 70's from brisbane into burlingame and winds will shift out of the south and said of the north like it was today but still going to be on the breezy side around 50 miles per hour less mid 70's for palo alto low 70's for san mateo and foster city and right now tracking widespread 70's and even some low 80's for those of you in the south bay cupertino 80 degrees with san jose at 78 degrees low 80's for livermore with the widespread mid 70's and upper 70's throughout the east bay shoreline walnut creek in the low 80's and for those of you in napa 77 degrees and in addition that santa rosa helping steady in the low 80's back to justine thank of a breeze and we're continuing to follow these silverado fire that's burning in orange county this fire is burning their air of irvine. >>and this charge more than 13,000 acres since it started on monday and it is 25% contained 5 firefighters have been injured 2 of them
critically more than 70,000 homes in the irvine area remain under evacuation orders this afternoon. also in orange county, the blue ridge fire burning in yorba linda has scorched over 14,000 acres and his 16% contained at least 10 homes have been damaged 2500 homes are under evacuation orders this afternoon. the world health organization says there were more than 2 million new covid cases last week, india, the united states and france still have the most cases in the entire world, france and germany, each have announced possible new lockdown measures to try and slow the spread of the virus. the czech republic is seeing record levels even with the restriction measures in place. the virus is also spreading in 17 of sweden's 21 counties and poland hit a new record daily infections with over 18,000 cases. we'll go now back to the bay area and head to the east bay because danville is
now saying it will stop shutting down the streets on weekends effective immediately after the city says people and businesses have repeatedly been violating mask and social distancing rules. on tuesday the danville town council announced the cancellation of the closures on harts avenue between diablo road and prospect avenue. the city council says police and town staff have seen quote gross violations of and also got a lot of complaints about a lack of social distancing and mask-wearing among visitors as well as alcohol being served separately from wheels and live amplified music which all of that is not allowed. now we need to talk about some national news that's coming out of philadelphia where for the second night in a row protesters have been taking to the streets and looters have been breaking into businesses. last night's protests began peacefully but turned violent
near a police precinct when a large crowd encountered a group of police officers and started throwing rocks police say there are around a 1000 people looting businesses and this is all coming after officers shot and killed 27 year-old walter wallace junior, a black man who was moving towards officers with a knife. the family's attorneys says he was experiencing a mental health crisis. cecilia chang, a trailblazing pioneer known for changing the chinese food game in america has died chang whose son philip co-founded the national restaurant chain pf chang's arrived in san francisco from china in the 1950's to help friends open up a restaurant and those friends and the bailing out leaving chain all on her own and she did it and that's how the mandarin which iconic san francisco restaurant of polk street was born the cause of her death is unknown. and pam did a great interview with her last year you can find it on our website kron 4 dot com. cecilia chang
>>it's that time when we check in with news nation on wgn america to see what they're working on for tonight, rob nelson is joining us live from chicago with a preview. hi rob. >>hey there good afternoon a very busy news night ahead on this wednesday. first want to have some live reports from the city of new orleans tonight is hurricane zeta making landfall. this historic hurricane season is striking yet again also tonight a look at the huge surge of early voting happening right now all across the country more than 70 million of us have already cast our ballots want to talk about the records being shattered right now, but also a few problems that some hackers out there have calls already during this election cycle. also tonight keeping an eye on philadelphia and other cities as protests continue after police fatally shot a 27 year-old black man there in philly. earlier this week. and finally tomorrow is national stroke day we'll talk to a doctor tonight about the 3
pretty easy steps you can take right now to prevent having one all that and more tonight. here on news nation on wgn america. we certainly hope you'll tune in. >>rob thank you sounds like a busy night for sure and if you want to check out news nation. its air as on wgn america at 8 o'clock our time you can find it on the channel's listed here. we have more details on our website kron 4 dot com and still ahead. people who are just devastated by that 2017 tubbs fire. got a new playground today in santa rosa we're going to be interviewing the mayor because there was a huge milestone that was reached as the city is rising
>>well there in the north bay now and a 3 year community-wide effort led by the city of santa rosa to rebuild coffee park, the park, they're actually in the neighborhood ended today with a huge grand reopening this is a very important milestone for the neighborhood following the devastating 2017 tubbs fire. so we're very excited for the city and for that community. so we're joined now by the mayor of santa rosa mayor tom sweat home. thank you for joining us here on kron 4 news at 3 o'clock today. this was a very long and hard journey to get to how does it feel to finally have the park open. >>it's fabulous is great driving through there this morning and by then this morning. beautiful blue skies. we don't have the smoke that we've had previous weeks and
to see people walking through the park is just gorgeous so it's a fabulous stay for north santa rosa in quite frankly for all of the city of sarah's and this is progress the rebirth the coffey park. >>so we're sowing some pictures now of the park describe a little bit to us about what's new and different and maybe some of the things that stay the same. >>well it says a lot of the same grass area, large airy for a lot of flexibility but we brought to the play structures little bit closer together so for those families who had kids of different ages. the parents can be in between without proper we've got some permanent cornhole at play area with a ping-pong table with a dog park and we have some other features and just somehow artwork there that had been there before so it's it's just it's fabulous i can speak harina for it and one of the nicest things is that it's not just the city center as of this was a total community effort and i loved being involved in the process which engaged in our local
shameful chief elementary, which is 2 blocks from the park county but from the kids will be used in this park for years to come is it's incredible experience. >>and just to take a little bit off off track even with covid the park is open and people can go and play and use you know social distancing masking etcetera but it's open absolutely absolutely there are some public orders that are some effect so yes, you still need to have your mask on there and the safe social distancing, but the kids play area still open in this morning people were abiding by the rules so it's great to see it and you just everyone to really happy to see the smiles on their face below the mask, but it a great morning. you can see it in their eyes when they're smiling with the mask, absolutely i think we're all getting better at reading people's eyes. so yes, so. >>i was there in santa rosa in coffey park specifically 2017. when this fire just white that community out. so something tells me and i feel that this park is more than just a park,
it's more than a place basis more than just some grass, it's a sign of rebuilding it's a sign of rising from the ashes. do you feel that way too. >>100% you know to say i've lived in the neighborhood since 1987 the originally built in 1986. and i'm pretty to pretty much rest assured that the community was not as involved in the creation which features you want to see because i think that really gives ownership and now it's going to be. not just the city's responsibility to maintain the park but the entire communities, let's keep it look as beautiful as it as it is today. >>this definitely could not have been done without a lot of a community work. >>again we've got a lot of feedback are a lot of community partners. kaiser contributors, rotary contributed funds the santa rosa parks foundation assistance with this and team july the the contract to get a fabulous job with it so in the amount of input and even before the city council we
actually had some residents age you know i don't like every feature there i really appreciate the process and it's something that's going to serve well for all of us. >>now i know you could do a big grand reopening because of covid which is 5 we're kind of doing this all virtual are there any things planned in the park that can be done. with physical distancing in mind. >>you know right now i don't know of anything that schedule but i'm sure as members of that neighborhood start the beauty of this park that maybe some family gatherings huge huge thing is really want to encourage people so all the public health orders because we don't want to have something so positive have a negative impact, you know where someone may be exposed. so overall fall in the rules and enjoy the park the way he's enjoyed during these challenging times i think it's going to be great for all. >>and did you think in 2017 that you would ever make it to this day. >>i was always optimistic, but is crazy again walking through the day after the fires where you saw the devastation of the
homes cars will return in the park was just devastated many trees were down. i knew working together neighbors, helping neighbors, we would be able to have the rebirth of the park today that rebirth has become reality. >>we're so happy for you in the city of santa rosa and for the coffey park neighborhood this is been a long time coming and i hope you can enjoy. this new space it's not as much as possible. >>it's really a be a june jewel for the entire city of santa rosa in our parks. >>thank you mayor for joining us here on kron 4 news today. >>thank you so much for your coverage of it. >>and now we want to talk about our weather forecast and see if it's a nice day to go out into the park as we take a quick live look outside in downtown san francisco. our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here now with details not only for 2 days the park hour the park looks so nice but also some halloween plans and what the weather is going to doing for the weekend recent. >>hey there just and yeah we're going to stay on the dry and mild side all the way through halloween in fact
through the first week of november as well let's take a live look outside downtown san francisco from our alcatraz camera overlooking the city and you could see crystal clear skies a little bit cooler out there, especially along the coast and east bay shoreline a few degrees of warming or east bay valleys, but overall temperatures very pleasant outside widespread low to mid and upper 70's, upper 60's for those of you at half moon bay overall it was a great day to head out. and it's going to be the same for tomorrow as well tracking very little change temperature wise for your thursday afternoon and when tracker for current conditions out there right now very calm wind speeds in the single digits with relative humidity going up thanks to the cool overnight temperatures and also calmer winds said of being in the single digits were now noticing a little bit more moisture out there this afternoon compared to 24 hours ago in the teens for driest inland valleys and upwards of about 40 to 60% right along the immediate coastline so overall we're going to notice a beautiful sunset later tonight with the radar showing
the low fog bank off the coast futurecast for will show overall no marine layer if any very shallow dense low clouds and fog possible, but it is going to be a very crystal clear day for your thursday afternoon with temperatures not really budging all that much for the next 3 days but a nice warm-up for your halloween sunday and saturday as well taking a look ahead at the warming trend by sunday into monday and my final forecast in just a few minutes back to you justine dare i say a hot halloween. >>risa and for your money now volkswagen is recalling more then 218,000 jetta sedans in the united states to fix a fuel leak problem that can cause fires. the recall covers certain cars from 2016 through 2018. volkswagen says bolts holding some high pressure to bring can come loose, allowing the fuel to leak the automaker has not figured out yet how to fix the problem so anyone experiencing trouble should go to their nearest dealership.
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her up with this special performance is he was just delighted and even critique their moves just to keep them on their toes in colorado. there's a good samaritan who was able to rescue a 5 week-old kitten that was stuck to a frozen tire on a big rig. it happened on monday and the kitten was found at the tire shop hanging off the side of a tire with her paws and tail frozen to the metal surface. according to a local shelter, the good samaritan who was not identified said that he climbed under the semi trailer and gently warm the kittens paws and tail by splashing warm water on the areas that were stuck to the tire. the shelter said the kitten appears to be healthy with limited injuries to her paws and tail and now the man who rescued the kitty is interested in adopting her following her recovery look at that fuzzy little face. so a common theme in 2020 is that nothing is going as planned and that includes one couple's wedding after their dog ran away just minutes before it
was set to begin rocky the husky was supposed to walk his mom down the aisle, instead he broke free shortly after the wedding pictures and then took off. the couple spent the next hour looking for him and although they ended up getting married without rocky at their side. they slept at the church for the next 4 days waiting to see if he would return. >>i got to marry my best friend and i haven't been able to celebrate it get. us we've lost. one of our best friends too. and you know you have that feeling over and over and over again that you just want him back. >>thankfully they were soon reunited with rocky the runaway and he was trapped in the woods behind the church parking lot and they used fried chicken to get him out and wonder what a lost dog means for your wedding day. a real quick look now at our spooky forecast with mabrisa. >>yeah i've heard of a runaway bride, but never runaway dog, let's take a live look outside
in downtown san francisco and we are noticing clear skies and very pleasant temperatures widespread 70's as we wrap up our wednesday and very little change even through your thursday forecast a mix of 70's 80's but a little bit cooler at half moon bay, very pleasant temperatures there in the 60's and taking a look ahead at the next 7 day forecast mostly sunny skies on halloween and don't forget we fall back this weekend back to you. big weekend ahead. that's for sure and that wraps up kron 4 news at 3 o'clock i'm justine waldman thank you so much for joining us here this afternoon and we'll see you back here next time don't forget to wash your hands.
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