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by in the weather center kicking off the hour with a look at that forecast here on this monday morning after a windy mother's day sunday at going into mother's week. you here. i said it was a hole like a okay. so that's good to know as we come back. so maybe you want to celebrate later mothers week than we could see some warmer conditions towards this thursday and friday. >> today, though, definitely not as windy as yesterday was for mother's day itself. so we've taken a step back from the winds were still just as cool. we're going to be a little drier today. that's for sure. just a couple of isolated sprinkles for only a few of us. beautiful morning, though. look at this view from the embarcadero bay area's pretty quiet. we do have some showers to the north up in upper elevations of lake county. some snowfall. a couple sprinkles in mendocino county. most of the bay area looking nice and calm right now. 40's 50's for current temperatures in tell you head to the north bay, that's where you'll find your 30's and fairfax nevado petaluma and
santa rosa teaching outright above freezing in the 30's. currently you pair that with windy conditions at times and it does have a cool brisk feel to it. stephanie. bundle up this morning. as for bridges, wind advisories are in effect on many of them. the bridge 12 minutes starting to see that back up at the toll plaza. now with the metering lights on. but really, it's been a pretty easy morning us first. your commute goes. yet to see any major issues. so this is great news for your monday. start 13 minutes across the san mateo bridge in only 7 minutes from the richmond center fell beautiful start there at the golden gate. and if you look at the flag pole there on the right side of the screen, not seeing the flag moving. it fpalso actually fairly calm right at the coast right now. back to you. thank you very much, john 6, 0, one is the time. breaking news overnight. san francisco fire officials have rescued one victim. >> from the water near the ferry building. so this happened just after midnight temp cisco fire tweeting out at the time that a paramedic rescue team was performing cpr. they haven't released any
more information at this point. we're going to keep you updated as we find out more. >> developing news in the east bay, oakland, police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a person whose body was found last night. it was about 7 o'clock that his body was found. a grizzly peak boulevard near tilden park and police are trying to figure out how the person died. they're not releasing the victim's name at this time. so we'll keep you updated as we get more information on that. >> well, fire is now contained at the rose hotel in san francisco broke out last night just before 10, 30. this is video from the scene. fire officials say nobody was hurt. that's the good news. but a number of people have been displaced unknown exactly how many but officials are investigating the cause and we'll let you know when we find out more 6, 0, 2, right following a small plane crash in the marin headlands that killed both people on board. and we're learning more about the 2 who were on that plane as the ntsb continues its investigation. taylor sacking has the story. >> this area of conzelman road
near the site of the plane crash is now reopen to the public. the ntsb remove the plane sunday afternoon for further investigation. >> we now know the identity of one of the 2 victims in friday's plane crash and marine had winds near slackers hill. according to a new statement by jesuit high school in sacramento, one of the victims is jennifer fox, a mother and also wants of students there. the statement continues to say that jennifer and her friend died in the crash golden gate and ps says they were a private 2017 of and aircraft rv 10 when he crashed into the hillside at northwest of the golden gate bridge. friday's conditions made it extremely hard for investigators to locate the plane and may have contributed to the cause of friday afternoon's crash. the ntsb remove the plane on sunday for further investigation into the cause of the crash. >> we reached back out to the marin county sheriff's coroner's division for information regarding that second victim but have not heard back yet in marin county, taylor bisacky kron. 4
news. >> all right. thank you very and with the red county sheriff's department is supposed to more name of the other victim sometime today. so we'll keep you posted. >> 6, 0, 3, is the time in the east bay and revoke police have arrested a man sunday morning after a standoff at the sonesta hotel. so police identified the man as 29 year-old michael tribune dose of richmond. investigators say he was seen basically pacing around the hotel with what looked like a modified shotgun. so people called police and officers arrived. they did identify him tracked him. but about 30 minutes later, they lost track of and that's when they sent up a drone discovered that he was asleep on a couch in someone's office. so that is when police made their move. they went into the hotel and arrested him. in alameda county. deputy is recovering now after a suspected drunk driver ran a red light and crashed into their patrol car. so take a look pretty extensive damage. this crash happened on 16th avenue foothill in oakland on sunday. and you can see the aftermath. deputies say the drunk driver was going
obviously very fast when it crashed. head on into the deputy's vehicle. police say the driver miraculously was not hurt in that crash. they did arrest him. the deputy was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. >> we have an update now on a shooting that happened in the parking lot of the sun valley mall in concord. it was around 9 o'clock saturday night. 2 groups of people started shooting at each other before leaving the parking lot. when the police got there, they found shell casings all over the parking lot and several parked cars that had been hit by bullets. they have not, however found the shooters 6, 0, 5, is the time and other news that we're following this morning. hundreds of people throughout the u.s. marched on mother's day in the fight over roe v wade, americans on both sides are making their voices heard after the supreme court's opinion was leaked, striking down roe v wade, many gathered in the north bay kron four's gayle ong. was there.
dozens of people gathered on the corner of civic center and north san pedro streets in sandra fell on mother's day sunday. erica fisher brought her young children to make her point about abortion rights. having experience having to make that decision as to be when i was >> i was able to have that choice when i was 16. and i think that that choice is just so important people to have. >> and for that to be at risk is is just. >> it's not happening in california. abortions are protected under state law. but the people here worry about those who don't have a that trans the right, right, those who showed up shared personal stories and some just wanted to show their support. we have so long to get rights for
women in. >> its 2022, it's time that we get it. >> people rights as everyone else so important that everyone has this access to health care and control their own bodies and not the government telling us how to control or a body and not want to over populate the world with babies that, you know, aren't ready to be here yet when they're already so many children here that need loving families and help the people in other states who are going to start coming over to our clinics. our clinics are going to get overwhelmed. we need to make sure that they have the proper resources. >> and organizers want to keep the conversation going after this event. they are planning more protests in the near rachelle, gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> and the nation is still reacting to the leak supreme court ruling as well. so far democrats on capitol hill say there go to legislation in place to codify that 1973 landmark ruling in federal court. but whether that's actually be successful is a big question right now. we've got anna wiernicki joining us live from dc and i guess
they're the real effort is just to get lawmakers on the anna. >> good morning. that's right. senate majority leader chuck schumer says the senate will go forward with a vote this week on a bill that make roe v wade a federal law. but as you said, the vote is expected to fail. but still, schumer says he still wants all senators positions to go on the record. >> this is a constant fight that we've had for generations. house speaker nancy pelosi says democrats are prepared to fight for abortion rights is about something so serious and so personal and so disrespectful of women. on wednesday. the senate is expected to vote on the women's health protection act, which would protect abortion access nationwide. but the bill which already passed the house doesn't have the support of all 50 senate democrats or senate republicans, including south carolina senator lindsey graham. my democratic friends are trying to pass them along
wednesday. >> that will allow more shun right up to the day before the babies delivered. we're not giving up. we will never give event. still, democrats say they want to get every senator on the record. we need to make sure that every single voter understands that the republican party and mitch mcconnell does not believe that their daughters, that their mothers, that their sisters have rights to make fundamental life and death decisions. and minnesota democrat amy klobuchar says the fight will continue to november. if we are not successful. >> then we go to the ballot box. we marched straight to the ballot box and the women of this country and the men who stand with them will vote like they've never voted before. >> schumer says he plans to file cloture when the senate returns later today, which would tee up a full senate vote for wednesday. for now live in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you. thanks a lot, dana. >> it is 6, 0, 9, and oakland city council members are working right now to make the city a sanctuary for women's
health and reproductive rights. following the roe v wade draft opinion last week, legislation was introduced that would declare oakland a right to choose sanctuary city. it calls on the state of california and alameda county to also ensure adequate funding for reproductive health care. and that includes abortions. >> we have to make sure that we are, as i said, really caught a fine those protections that have been in place from 50 years now doing what we can at this level to declare that and to also make sure that we have the resources in order to not just declare the opportunity for access, but ensure that opportunity, the resources that are necessary to do that. >> yeah, the legislation will be voted on by the oakland city council this month in may on may 17th. >> happening today, is opening its first in-person retail store in burlingame. what, tony, by good they clap when you buy apple. get your hands like actually touching some of
the stuff. crawford's will trend may get that opportunity later today when they open the doors will. you know one minute at video products? because i'm an old man and i'm i end up breaking in its right me. >> at a store will open in several hours from now. this is the first brick and mortar store for facebook match. it's a facebook to the general public but don't call facebook o them because they have a new name. meta at a store. you can see the lights on. and guys, what do you think it does look like an apple store, but not sure they'll start clapping. i'm sure apple has already copyrighted that, but there will be employees inside. and we've got a sneak preview actually, we sent our very own. justin campbell is a little bit younger. so i'm sure this is right up his alley as far as products products. they don't really excite me, but they might excite you. and if it does, and this is your place, you come down here. many products for sale, including portal products and that's their
line. meadows video conferencing devices that you can chat with your boss or whatever you need to do. it's there for you. you know, for me, i always turn off the video. nobody wants to see me my pajamas. if that's the case. but if you are ready to go, well, that's a product that's available to you. but they're probably the crown jewel is call rabe and stories. it's basically ray ban sunglasses that have a camera on it. you can do video. you can take pictures. you can take phone calls. you can listen to music on it as well without using your smartphone. it seems like the early reviews guys that a lot of people are happy with that as well. not sure how much that goes for. i'm sure it does depends on design and what you're looking for. the bottom line is it's ready to go today. it's in burlingame. the lights are on. they have the security guards outside already patrolling it. if i go in, they better clap because monday's a very tough and i will be accepting friend
requests. and by that, i mean, coffee. back to you. think you very much. well, 6.12, right now. still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, 2 goats are missing in oakland who took >> and why the owner believes the whole thing was planned. plus, it's getting even pricier to fill er up at the pumps. gas prices at record highs. >> we're going to take a look at which cities are now at more than $6 a gallon. >> we are in for a day that's going to bring in another cool feel to it. not quite as windy as yesterday, though. so at least there's that 50's and 60's for your highs today. talking a warm up towards the end of the forecast. still to come.
♪ we came to have a good time baby ♪ ♪ said i'm feeling too good to be cooped up ♪ ♪ me and all of my girls gonna tear it up ♪ >> the biggest wildfire in the country continues to burn in new mexico. yeah, it's burning more than well. has burned more than 175,000 acres. still growing, things aren't getting any they are expecting very strong winds all week long. and for takes us nervous here to seeing this happen. let's take a look. red flag warnings are in effect across northeast new mexico. the hermits peak calf canyon wildfire has already burned more than 176,000 acres and strong. gusty winds will enable it to grow. the wind is a incredible. it's a >> president the model when
we're going to have and the duration, ee're going to have it some 1500 firefighters are already on the ground working to contain the blaze that's reportedly threatened 16,000 homes in affecting more than 30,000 >> overhead planes dropped fire retardant in create containment lines protecting nearby towns. we need to pack up you need to get ready. just in something happens. virginia motto whole shot the striking images from her own property. you can see large plumes of smoke billow up over the horizon. only a few miles away that we have seeing those flames and just seeing it right there in our our bridge. you know, that he did just come into the community or be at lines in the other communities. >> it's very, very scary situation model, like so many others spent the weekend monitoring nearby conditions. thousands have been forced to evacuate seeking refuge at the homes of friends, family in red cross shelters. thank truckloads of supplies like toilet paper, diapers and dog food are unloaded for these
people. says it's encouraging to see her neighbors helping each other in any way they can. she hopes her fellow americans take notice. there's no words for what is happening right now. everyone, all of america and the high road just praying. >> and hope we can get this under control and save some more of these communities. >> that what al and that was alex caprariello reporting for us this morning. yes, so let's talk about our fire danger here around the bay. luckily, we had a little bit of moisture over the weekend. not a whole lot. we did get some decent snow in the sierra. also our wind, which they've got going there are we got a lot of wind yesterday. so what's up to we did. yes, thankfully, our wind was paired with the cool down the sprinkles here in the bay in the snow in the sierra nevada. still a big nuisance, though, and hoping that snow that hangs on a little bit longer up in the sierra can at least push back fire season. a little bit more for us because we know all too well exactly. >> with those in new mexico are going through right now. this is your view in the bay
right now. it's fairly calm at the moment. skies have cleared out dried out since yesterday. we are still in for a windy one today, but not near as windy as yesterday was winds will gust anywhere from 25 to 30 miles per hour. at the most. as you can see, most areas around 10 miles per hour. so breezy, but not as windy as yesterday. we are in the dry skies for the bay this morning. if you look to the north of us, there's some snow in upper elevations of lake on up into trinity and humboldt counties too, really north of the bay area are potential rainfall wider than yesterday's. you may just see a couple of brief sprinkles out there. we're still in the midst of this big dip in the jet stream, which is bringing us this breezy cool, more unsettled pattern that we saw yesterday. we'll continue to see over the next couple of days relatively dry this morning. couple of sprinkles possible this afternoon. snowfall picks back up in the sierra later today. a few more inches are expected up that way. so if you're heading up into the sierra watch for breezy snowy conditions at times, leading on into tomorrow, as we talked about
tomorrow, you may see may see a couple more sprinkles for the bay before wednesday starts. a new trend for us will clear dry out in gradually warm up for the rest of the week after that today. and tomorrow are definitely the cooler days, though. we're still in the 50's to 60's out there. these temperatures are well below average for this time of year. normally we're well into the 70's and even 80's, not so much this time around san jose campbell at 62 for your highs only in the upper 50's for the tri valley. and a night that's pretty wild to be talking about. really cool stuff. antioch, pittsburgh, fairfield, vacaville each only at 63 or very warmest spots today. tomorrow will be a lot like today and basically every way a bit breezy few clouds chance of a sprinkle and cooler than average wednesday will warm back up inland. the low 70's stay that way into thursday. then the heat really builds in this weekend by saturday, some inland areas back into the low 90's. now, as far as our bridges go this morning, still pretty light as far as traffic is concerned, things have
picked up there at the bay bridge, though. and we are looking at a traffic hazard on westbound 80 over the bay bridge that is affecting only one lane. it's looking like that's setting you back a little bit after what was an easy start. we're still doing all right. but that backup is began to form san mateo bridge. 13 minutes. no issues there. aside from a wind advisory and looking really good across the richmond center fell as well as across the golden gate bridge. james. thank you very much, john 6.21. is the time in the city in the east bay, the city of benicia is requiring all residents and businesses now to conserve water immediately. >> because they say a pipeline that the benicia water treatment plant has broken. so they need people there to start saving water by like 30%. so it's pretty drastic. they say the water safe, the water that you do get is safe. they're working on those repairs right now, but they need everybody to cut down on the amount of water they're using. in the meantime, while they're making those fixes, which means you cannot wash your car right now, you can't
use water for your landscaping either until they get this figured out. >> 6.21 right now and kron 4 is your local election headquarters and it's the first day to vote in person for the primary election. you can now visit san francisco city hall for the june 7th consolidated statewide direct primary election. the doors open at 8 o'clock this morning. happening today. it's national a day without childcare day. >> there's going to be a rally in oakland where child care providers and parents and their allies will be demanding equitable rights. they're also pushing for access to more affordable and stable childcare programs. it will be outside of the children's fairyland theme park there in oakland. it's set to start at 10 o'clock this morning. and happening tonight, san francisco district chase dana sits down with kron 4 to answer questions about crime. >> and the recall against him. the interview is live tonight at 9.30. so tune in to that. and 6.22. don't go away this
at that. i know right now is bacd here. we are beginning in may and we had a really coverage. more just a dusting can make up the lines here. 80 castle peak. but it did make for anybody hoping to get up there to enjoy the mountains for mother's day weekend. a little dicey get nothing paul saga takes a look. >> whiteout conditions in the sierra just got to get down the with causing disruptions on mother's day. i'm thinking, well, this may that's mineral spring. you you plant flowers after mother's day right? in the sierra. not this year. >> and that the higher elevation was covered with snow and with temperatures below freezing. so with the beautiful sight. >> what a difference. 6,000 feet james whitfield returning home to reno. i love it because of the snow that i can see on the mountains, not underneath my tires. >> but time making a pit stop acting bill gas station for change. >> even though the spring storm wasn't as strong as the ones we've seen over the past
few months. it certainly did cause some damage. >> be hoping this driver who drove off the road into a ditch. luckily no one was injured. and this was one of many spinouts and jackknifed along i-80 because drivers off guard. >> forcing them to slow down in chain up this. okay. we have been people here, you know, make new friends who said a snowstorm could bring people together. only you had left an hour to earlier. that's where timing is. everything my time is definitely on. >> 6.27. is the time. comieg up next on the kron 4 morning news. the first lady taking a trip to ukraine in a sign of support for that country. we're going to show you how it went and explain the latest efforts now to stop russia's invasion into that country.
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>> good morning. welcome back kron. 4 morning news. it is 6.30, look what the cat dragged in from sfo. what the sunshine john who on back from vacation. >> looking fantastic. and what's great is you are in a place where time zone is almost close to where we are now. so hardly and he's just like for you. i did not set my alarm. i did set my alarm. i just woke up feels like lunchtime right now. so that's
nice. little perk of heading ahead in we are looking outside at conditions this morning. that should wake you up just fine. this monday start. we've got some bright skies that are quite our sunshine making its way through any of the light clouds that we are seeing across the day comparatively to the north of us. it's still pretty active. we've got rain and snow for upper elevations of lake trinity, a humble counties there along the north coast here in the bay, though things are quiet, just a light wind at around 10 to 15 miles per hour this morning. and temperatures in the 40's 50's even 30's up in the north bay recommendation this morning and get the jackets ready to go. now. don't be surprised if you see a sprinkle or 2 at times today. i'll be talking cool weather today and tomorrow. warming conditions after that and the rest of your forecast bridges this morning. well, they're looking all right. for the most part, although we have started to see a backup forming there on the bay bridge in this actually has to do with a traffic incident that does have one lane affected on westbound 80 just west of
treasure island. it has such a back up to around 33 minutes to make your crossing. i will keep you updated on that. but this backup is formed really quickly. san mateo bridge, 13 minutes across it doing just fine as you are as well as the richmond center fell bridge. we have wind advisories on our bridges about the only thing to note there. golden gate bridge also looking really good, daryn. james. >> thanks a lot, john. 6.32, the director of an oakland nonprofit wants to know where his goats pretty torn up about it. the they say they held an event with these goats just hours before. apparently somebody cut through the fence and made off with them. we have proper is amanda harry explaining? the director of the beautification council says the goats have become part of the oakland community. >> many people love them. he hasn't slept well since they were taken friday night and he believes whoever took them, thought it out. >> and i knew something happen because when i pull up and i save me money, they come hop it. and they didn't come to
goats. loved by the community were taken overnight. >> director of the beautification council and owner of the goats ken houston. since friday, the goats run an event in oakland connecting with and bringing joy to children. >> it was their first event in more than 2 years because of covid saturday morning they were gone. it was almost unreal is almost like coming out to your parking cars. this him from being stolen. the goats were in the same yard near international boulevard and 91st avenue. >> where they had been living for years on bother it. houston says he believes the crime was thought out. they cut the gate. >> and they somebody stole the to go. he also says there was food on the ground that may have been used color. the goats. >> nearby was this hat addition. it was this more than an animal. this is a part of our community. this is a part of >> children's lives. he's asking whoever took the goats to give them back for the children. you know, give them
back, you know, just let him because the animal control knows who goats they are. the director says they're not going to let this stop them and they're going to continue to put on events for children in the community. but they hope that the goats will be returned in the newsroom. amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> it's 6.33. and oakland. police just released pictures of 60 vehicles. they towed during sideshows last week. they also issued 17 citations made 2 arrests and recovered one gun. these sideshows happened thursday night and friday morning, really early on 5.80, hundreds of vehicles were involved. and police say this an example of their increased enforcement and a message to people everywhere that side shows will not be tolerated. police say they've arrested 27 year-old brad james adams in brisbane on an attempted homicide charge. they arrested him saturday for the shooting that happened thursday at a taco bell on mendocino avenue near santa rosa junior college. police
say that adams was in front of another man in the drive-thru line when they started arguing he threaten the other guy with a gun, then opened fire and drove away the victim was seriously injured but is expected to recover. >> well, enrichment. take a look at what police say. a drunk driver did to a police officer's motorcycle. the officer was parked on the side of the road sunday night when the driver slammed into his bike. luckily both survived the crash. no word on the extent of the injuries that the driver suffered. the officer currently was just fine. all right. let's turn our attention to some international news now in the latest in ukraine where dozens are feared dead after authorities say a russian bomb hit a school that was serving as a shelter for about 90 people in the town in the eastern part of that country. the mayor of that town says 30 people have been rescued from the rubble so far, but he's doubtful that any more survivors will be found. >> first lady jill biden made a surprise trip to the ukraine yesterday on mother's day. yeah, she was there meeting with the first lady of that
country as ukraine now enters its 11th straight week of its war with russia, dc correspondent raquel martin has the story. >> this visit from first lady jill biden is the latest in a stream of high-profile u.s. officials who have recently visited ukraine's offer their support to the country. that is still in the midst of a bloodied battle with no end in sight. first lady jill biden kids off this mother's day in a war zone alongside the first lady of sunday. the 2 met at a school now taking in displaced ukrainian students. >> first lady jill biden extended her support to all of ukraine. >> we were just people of the united states stands the people ukraine. the visit comes on the cusp of a potentially pivotal week of the war. monday. president putin will hold a massive parade marking victory day. >> it's a day that celebrates the russian defeat of not see germany in world war 2 with
parents every sunday on cbs's face the nation, the ukrainian ambassador to the u.s. said she predicts putin will use monday's event to recruit more soldiers to fight. i hold that. then it will be evident for all to all russians what they're doing in ukraine. that's an aggressive award. and the question is of a >> to have more tense of thousands dying in ukraine for no reason. on fox news sunday, republican senator lindsey graham says the u.s. must continue to send military and humanitarian aid to ukraine. i'm not asking. >> for troops on the ground but to make sure that ukraine can expel russia and that a war criminal in the eyes of the world in an effort to deter escalating russian aggression, u.s. a g 7 partners sunday announced new sanctions targeting russian oil imports. dozens of banking executives and even 3 television stations in russia. >> the first lady's visit to ukraine definitely being well
received. the ukrainian first lady expressed her gratitude and called the act itself courageous. >> still no word from the white house for when the president will follow suit. we know already he has visited nearby poland for now in washington, raquel martin. >> the biden administration is issuing a new warning about a potential upcoming surge in covid cases in the u.s. the u.s. may see their frayed as many as 100 million covid infections this fall and winter congress is going to talking about approving maybe more funding to prepare for this upswing. right now, the country's approaching a coronavirus death toll. >> of 1 million people have died. for your money this morning. some hospitals are looking to hike treatment prices in response to rising or salaries, hca, healthcare and universal health services are leading the charge to increase the prices that we pay. we go to the hospital. experts believe the height is probably going to be 7 and a
half to 15%, which is way more than the 5%. boost at hospitals usually seek health insurers and employer groups are rejecting this request for a rate hike. the groups say the most expensive hospitals can take on labor costs without raising premiums. >> well, the pandemic hasn't been kind to a potential homeowners are home buyers. so americans looking to stretch their dollar may want to consider heading east, perhaps maybe the tennessee because according to a new study from rocket mortgage, tennessee is the chief of state to buy a home this year. that's because the low cost of living there, the lack of income tax in the low property taxes. if you're wondering our california ranks on that list. well, we're not even in the top 20, you don't even have to go to tennessee. my neighbor is moving to oregon. >> oregon, she'll just found a great house for under lot of folks had the boise, 2 of the home prices. there been skyrocket. you know what else is gas prices? there are rising again. they've hit
another milestone. the average price now topping $6 a gallon in the bay area conference. camila barco takes a closer look. >> these are the gas prices in sandra fell sunday morning according to triple a for the first time ever. gas prices in san francisco and sandra fell averaging more than $6 per gallon. >> drivers like jack chalfonte can't seem to catch a break at the pump. the loft. >> probably. 25 ares more of that. >> almost everywhere you look, gas prices continue to go up. and on sunday they hit record highs in the bay area. starting to use fortunately, i don't have to drive every day. >> $67 for half tank says painful. holly wallace filled her tank in sandra fell where it's on average. >> $6 per gallon and the same is true for san francisco and
santa rosa. >> a gallon will cost you $5. and $0.98. it's $5.90 in san jose and a penny less in oakland. >> i thought it was high a year ago. it was, you know, for something. so. this is this is wallace says she's cut back on driving. >> and he's anxiously waiting to get her hands on an electric car for decades. but i want it right now because of the gas prices. those prices are not getting in the way a shelf on stays out on the golf course. he says we'll find a way. >> carpool, the gulf. >> according to triple a increasing gas demand and rising oil prices push pump prices higher and it's put the average price at the pump in california about a $1.72. higher than it was one year ago in sandra fell camila barco kron. 4 news.
>> 6.41 right now. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. the warriors killed the grizzlies in game 3. but is it our fault that their best player is hurt? we've got the latest going into game 4 tonight. >> and we've got the sun shining out there. that's just a bit breezy, here as much as yesterday. watch out for in the light sprinkle at points today for the most part still comfortably. cool what some 50's and 60's talking heat back in this forecast. still to come.
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>> 6.44 and i am so glad we're done with mother's day. not that it was a really fun, but a window. all right. yes. so you know what happened? the wind then 11 treat again came crashing down over and it's all now this is the roots like it just came right out like you've got both that figure out a way. hopefully the wind won't be too much of a problem today. i i don't know, john, when you think that the lemon tree is the rough go so far. i'm hoping it pulls through because winds are calming down a little bit now. so i think it should be good for the next several days. >> we're still going to be breezy today, but not near as windy as yesterday's excessively. windy conditions were happen. bay, it's really nice out there. got a little bit of the sunlight. little bit of cloud cover. that's the way today goes in. general. you may see a scattered sprinkle, but most of us are going to stay dry. speaking of the winds right now, winds around 15 miles per hour and half moon bay. sonoma atlas peak a lot calmer elsewhere at points, especially later on.
it is going to pick up peak wind gusts today at around 25 to 30 miles per hour. most of us staying closer to that 10 miles per hour mark. so definitely calmer than yesterday's excessively. windy conditions were right now the bay area's looking clear and dry to our north, though, up in elevations of lake trinity, a humble counties. we do have some snowfall up there and a few sprinkles up into mendocino county as well. bay area will tap into that isolated sprinkle potential. most of us stay dry today. and tomorrow. the sierra nevada, though, tapping into another round of snowfall. so some good snowfall up there yesterday and dry this morning. but look at snowfall picking up later on today, a few additional inches expected. lake tahoe southward down towards yosemite national park could make for some slick conditions of 80 50. if you are heading up that direction, be mindful of slick spots bowl today and tomorrow after this wednesday starts to clear drier and eventually warmer trend ahead for us. temperatures climb quickly. setting us up for a really hot
weekend ahead. right now, though, it's just the 50's 60's for highs. if you like the cooler feel today tomorrow, the days to fully take advantage of feeling a lot more like march or april rather these temperatures are well below average. so a bit of a a reminder and a really needed one, too, because we were so dry for so many months there, walnut creek, 61 for your highs. oakland, you'll be at 60 antioch at 63 1 of our warmest spots, few low 50's out along the coastline. tomorrow, temperatures about the same as today's will warm a little bit wednesday and thursday, actually going to be really comfortable with our inland areas in the low 70's by the weekend, some of those same inland areas into the 80's to low 90's, a full 30 degrees cooler than today is about to be as far as roads go. we've seen an increasing back up in the bay bridge. we have a traffic incident that does have one lane affected and that has resulted in a big backup forming there. it wasn't. 35 minutes to make them a way from the maze to fremont street. now we're down
to 25. so it does look like we have seen improvements. but still going to take you a minute to get across the bay bridge, san mateo bridge, looking beautiful. you're rolling at the limit. 14 minutes to get you across it. center fell and golden gate bridge is also looking great. pretty much your standard getting across those right now. back to you. thanks. a lot of nice. 6.48. right now the words play game 4 tonight at the chase center up to one against the grizzlies. >> who are growing their best player getting injured. >> yeah. and the giants also in game 4. so they split the series with the cardinals. we've got sports director jason dumas, us with the full recap. >> a nightmare scenario could become reality for the memphis grizzlies on monday night. by now, we've all seen the play right here. jordan poole, kind of yanks on john murray. it's need memphis head coach and john moran insinuated that that play was out of line is he's just saw again, slight contact with the knee. i was a little confused, but get this.
all i know is this. yeah. tricks of the series has for sure gotten out of line. i just wanted to be about basketball again. unfortunately, john morant, he's been listed as doubtful. this is what says, medical teams said after reviewing the play mean joe was playing great feeling real you know, the rather than the is what the potential why we took job the game. so nothing changed from there on terms of that was the play that triggered this. and, you know, he's got further evaluation going on. that's job on talking with his knee. but from what i've been told, probably really good chance he doesn't play tomorrow. >> interesting. anyway. it was bound to happen sooner or later. but warriors assistant coach mike brown will be leaving the golden state bench at the end of the season. >> the sacramento kings have agreed with brown on a four-year contract to become the franchise's next coach. brown will be looking to and the longest playoff drought in get this nba history. the
kings haven't been to the postseason in 6 teen years will finish the warriors playoff run before moving on to his full-time duties with the kings before coming to golden state. brown was really a cop. brown was really accomplished. he won in eastern conference championship and he was the coach of the year with lebron james and the caps. the giants looking to split the series with the cardinals father's day at oracle. bottom of the second giants down to one on and guess what? late night lamont way. they say he comes alive in the night-time. well, he also hit bombs during the daylight. welcome back. lamonte wade junior. this is his first series of the season and his first home run of the season. bottom of the 6. mike, you're stressed. you. that's a splash shot right there into cove. the go ahead, home run. that gives the giants the lead. they were going to win 4 to 3. the a's they took on the twins. looking to avoid the sweep. bottom of the 3rd
inning twins down a run to offer jorge polanco and he flares one into left that i run scores. so go ahead. run scores, minnesota. take a 43 lead. and they lose by that score as well. that was jason dumas. now we want to get back to the warriors game because there's a storm brewing over a weather man's comment about draymond green. >> yes, so the controversial tweet that this weather map put out came after grizzlies forward. kyle anderson was ejected for arguing with officials which you can see here. well, we're not going to repeat that week, but a fox tv weatherman in memphis used a racist term to say that he thought draymond green gets away with much worse on court behavior. warriors head coach steve kerr was asked if he was surprised by the language in that tweet. and here's what he had to say. >> does it surprise me that a weatherman would tweet as a slur, a dream in 2022? not in the slightest bit. this is this is america. this is this
is how we operate. >> kind of saying like this is america like people are about him is he's not surprised. yeah. and raman responded on instagram. he said are you surprised? don't apologize. stand on it. yeah. the tweet and the memphis weather man's twitter account have since been deleted. >> we'll take a break. be right back.
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>> and we're back at 6.54. kron. 4 celebrating asian american pacific islander heritage month and over the next couple of weeks, we're going to be sharing stories of influential bay area. asian americans leading up to our special, which will tell you more about here in a minute. but this weekend on the kron, 4 morning news, we had a chance to talk with the new york times, best-selling author kelly yang. she's well known for her front desk book series, which follows the adventures of miya tang, a young asian american girl with dreams of being a writer. well, yang most recently released a book and titled, yes, we will asian-americans who shaped this country and we had a chance to talk more about that. >> i really want to make sure people start using this as an opportunity to understand more about asian americans, asian americans, contributions to this country. ap i history is american history and being able to celebrate and come together as a community. >> yes, we will also features
art from asian american illustrators. be sure to tune in to our special aap. i reports every thursday night this month and it's all leading up to ap. i special presentation, which as you can see on the screen, there is set to air sunday may 26th at 06:30pm. we hope you join us for that. >> it's 6.55. and coming up in the next hour, meta opened his first in-person retail store in burlingame. we're live with a look at what you can buy. and democrats try to pass a bill to make roe v wade a federal law. but it's facing a tough fight. will explain. and an update on the plane crash in wayne county that killed 2 people will be right back.
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app. yeah. good morning. as long as we got the map because the wind yesterday was the catch for any mothers day thing you may have been doing. >> good news today is although breezy not near as windy as yesterday was golden gate bridge. sure does look beautiful. we've got some bright skies on it this morning. we are all in the midst of some calm weather for the bay, even though there's rain and snow to our north up in our upper elevations along the north coast. so enjoy this calm, start. we are definitely cold. so bundle up as you're getting out there. 40's 50's for most of us, some 30's in the north bay in fairfax, santa rosa and petaluma though. so do put those extra layers on you. pair it with winds at around 10 miles per hour for your gusts right now, does make it feel a little bit colder. speaking of those winds are bridges this morning under some wind advisories and the bay bridge, not just that, but we saw an incident there earlier that did have one of our lanes affected. it sent this back up. well, through the toll plaza all the way back through the maze.