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regime in the morning where you make things cool so that you don't get home at night near boiling because we're talking temperatures john's forecast. in the mid 80's for some may be even warmer as we can get. so today we're talking some mid 80's tomorrow. couple and 90's and >> by thursday and friday, we're actually talking some really high fire danger because it will be the heat paired with the dry weather paired with some strong winds. so things this week are feeling a whole lot like summer, all the sudden because yesterday wasn't all that hot at all is actually quite cool. yesterday. today we're warming things up, though. nice clear skies, dry conditions remaining throughout the course of the next 7 days. current temperatures are still hanging out in the 50's and 60's. so definitely get out there to take advantage of the cool feel. we have what we still have. it areas like fairfield and vacaville will climb well into the mid to upper 80's later today that 63 you've got right now feels pretty good. it will be yet another breezy one. 25 miles per hour gusts, especially at the coast, are bridges that are about and passes will be
breaking down the hotter weather we have around the corner hightened fire danger as well. all still to come, john, thank you for that. well, along one, we are seeing delays on the northbound side. almost see 60 minute drive. >> traveling northbound, heading into menlo park. there's also an accident along northbound one near your view of what a road. so that's contributing to those delays that we're seeing there heading into the city. high winds. 27 minutes for your drive to make it from the maze. 2 that fremont street exit also have some high wind gusts along the san mateo bridge about 21 minutes making it from a 80 across towards one o one crockett out towards the maze you had about 28 minutes for your driving at an earlier accident along 80 westbound in richmond. that's clear and highway for 20 minutes traveling from antioch in to conquer darya. james, back to you. >> thanks a lot. 9, 0 one. and happening today in southern california, the accused gunman in the deadly mass shooting at a church is going to be arraigned be in court. you see his picture there, david cho,
he was arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder being held now on 1 million dollars bail with chris wolfe with the story. >> take a good look. >> authorities say 68 year-old david cho of las vegas carried out a methodical plan sunday afternoon to unleash a wave of deadly violence against members of the irvine. taiwanese presbyterian church which hold services at the geneva presbyterian church in laguna woods. investigators believe cho traveled to southern california the day before. well, parishioners were attending a luncheon after services. detectives believe cho secure doors to the building with chains and placed superglue into the key holes. they say he then started shooting inside the building, killing one man and injuring 5 others. some critically during the chaos and terror victims were able to gain the upper hand and subdue the suspect reportedly hitting him over the head with a chair time his legs with
extension cords and grabbing from him. not one but 2 handguns. this picture obtained by a church member was posted on the website world journal dot com. and there's more we located several within the facility. >> they contained magazines with additional ammo. for molotov cocktail like incendiary devices. that he had placed around the inside of the church. authorities say the shooting suspect is a u.s. citizen who came here from china several years earlier. >> he's lived in various states, including texas. it is believed the suspect involved was upset about political tensions between china. >> and taiwan. i'm still very dumbfounded. at times. i'm just lost for words because this is just something that i just would not expect for them. >> jordan davis has been the roommate of suspect david show for the last 3 months in las
vegas. the 2 men did have a conversation a couple of weeks ago about ty one. >> he feels that it's. political tensions and taiwan. it's just becoming too much for him. and he was telling me that she feels that how things are rolling and taiwan are much worse than. things are rolling and china under its coming. its leadership. >> that was chris wolfe reporting coming up in the next half hour, we're going to hear about the doctor who sacrificed his life to save others during that shooting. he's being remembered today as a hero. >> 9, 0, 4. and today, right now, president biden and the first lady are in buffalo, new york, paying respects to the 10 people who were killed when a gunman opened fire at a supermarket over the weekend. this is you can see on the big wall there. video of him arriving in buffalo, who was about an hour and a half ago. they both we're going to be meeting with victims, families with first responders and community leaders as well. the shooting now the deadliest racist attack since biden took office last year. you know all
but 2 of the people who were killed are black. and the white house says that biden plans to give a speech calling for grown gun control stricter laws and urging americans to reject racism and embrace the nation's diversity. well, 18 year-old payton again from is the person who's been arrested now charged with murder for the shooting is pleading not guilty. police say that he scoped out that supermarket in the months before the shooting and the day before he posted a >> manifesto online filled with writings of racism and antisemitism. >> it's 9, 0, 5, in the east bay. we have new developments in the search for alexis gave. investigators have found something and the reward money for her whereabouts gets a big boost as well. kron four's will tran live in contra costa county to explain. will. >> well, duryea james, the family of a lexus gave a baking you for help. and now there's 50,000 extra reasons for you to step up and help
you if you have any information to give the police department so they can track down their beloved daughter, sister and t. 24 years old. alexis gabe, the pot now at $60,000 after someone anonymously donated the extra $50,000. he was sitting at 10 over the weekend. now it's 60 and they're hoping that will be enough along with a new momentum in the case so they can track down the woman who has not been seen since january. 26th. she's just 24 years old. lives in oakley back then she went to her ex boyfriend's house in antioch. she hasn't been seen since her car was located a day later by her niece's on a street in oakley. that according to her family and no reason to be there. the keys were still in the ignition. then over the weekend, police officers located her cell phone case near her export friend's house. and then recently they released surveillance footage of a man seen walking with a hoodie near the area where her
car was located. so a lot of things have happened over the past week or so, including going to search the ex-boyfriend's house once again last thursday. now the ex-worker it is not being called a suspect or a person of interest in the case that person with a hoodie in the surveillance footage that person is being called a person of interest as far as her whereabouts. no one knows at this particular time, but they're hoping this reward money. we'll give them information that try to track her down. they have no reason to believe that she's still not alive out there somewhere. the oakley police department obviously looking for another massive break in the case and they're hoping somebody out there you have 60,000 reasons to step up and help her and her family. back to you. all right. thank you very much. well, >> 9, 0, 7 on the clock. and california's manufacturers are now asking the state to eliminate the sales tax on new manufacturing equipment purchases. california, not only taxes, both the production equipment and the
product, but we also have some of the highest tax rates in the country. and as a result, the state only attracts one percent really of new manufacturing investment across the country. barry manufacturer says that something has to change in order for her to stay competitive with other manufacturers. take a listen. >> take the sales tax of the equipment off the table for small and medium size manufactures. it's it's a huge competitive when i'm competing against competitors and lower costs. states. if i can produce my products more efficiently by staying on top of the technology and using the latest equipment. it allows me to stay in california and keep my pricing to my competitor somewhat competitive. >> well, manufacturers say that by slashing this tax, it will give businesses more purchasing power to stay up to date. with new innovations. and this request comes as the nation and the world continues to deal with the effects of this pandemic and the global supply chain issues. industry
leaders are hoping lawmakers will approve this request either in the budget or in a new bill. >> new this morning, a lot mosque is casting a new round of questions over his bid to take over twitter. yes, it was another tweet this morning that kind of >> up the ante a little bit. we've got kron 4, sarah stinson standing by to explain. good morning, sarah. >> that's right. elon musk confirming that buyout of twitter, the 44 billion dollar deal remains on hold. and that is until twitter can actually confirm how many accounts are fake. he's not buying what they're putting down. and that number, take a look at what he tweeted early this morning is early morning tweet or so. he called tweeter. take a look at why the road. he said 20% of twitter accounts are fake slush spam. 4 times what twitter claims and could be much higher. he continued saying my offer was based on twitter's sec filings being
accurate. yesterday, twitter's ceo publicly refused to show proof of this greater than 5% and the deal cannot move forward until he does. now. there was a twitter spat going back and forth between musk and the ceo of twitter. he this is the ceo. twitter explained how they work to get rid of bought accounts, making sure 5% or less accounts are fake. but musk tweeted back with a og pulling his explanation. clearly, musk also spoke at a tech conference over the weekend bringing up that 20% claim again, a number must says is critical to know for the financial health of twitter and for the sake of advertisers. he also said a lower price would not be out of the question. he's looking to get that. 44 billion dollar number now, as you may recall, the offer to buy twitter was at $54.20 a share on april 14th. but since then, twitter shares have declined. in fact, last night, twitter stock closed at $37 and $0.39 a
share. so quite a bit lower than what he put in his offer and looking at the stocks this morning, twitter is declining yet again. until until then we continue to follow the stock with the saga continues. james darya. we'll continue to fall right here from san francisco. >> a story that seems to change daily. all right. thank you very much, sara. >> still ahead on the ground, the morning news police officers in open say they are overwhelmed with thousands of calls a day and they want city leaders to do something about it. we'll tell you how an antioch is trying to stop sideshows from happening. we're going to show you the new punishment they're considering. if you even watch a sideshow. >> and things looking nice and clear out there for almost all of the bay area and tell you right up against the coastline. you'll find a few clouds out that way. 70's 80's for your daytime highs today. just the start even warmer weather that really kicks into gear tomorrow. your forecast is ahead. >> and we've had a busy tuesday morning commute tracking those drive times
♪ i stand alone ♪ ♪ and the fire in the sky ♪ ♪ ♪ wait and see ♪ ♪ shadow down ♪ ♪ fall into line ♪ ♪ you're out of time ♪ >> 9.14, right now. and before you head out the door, i would suggest sunscreen today and tomorrow and the next day and stay hydrated to this afternoon is going to be pretty warm. john sunscreen, water shade, shorts, t-shirts
definitely more summery than it was yesterday, which is actually quite that cool wind. a few clouds yesterday as you'll remember, too. today we're warming things up, still keeping that breeze around, though, which is actually not a good thing as temperatures begin to warm up in conditions only continue to dry out. any sort of winds we see beyond this point is bad news. as far as fire danger goes, especially come thursday and friday. these days look to be our highest fire danger of the week today. temperatures climbing well into the 80's inland as that low pressure area yesterday exits and high pressure builds in behind it. temperatures are about to get even warmer. starting tomorrow. so skies nice and clear today. just a few clouds at the coastline, but you even get your own sunshine at the coast. the rest of us solid sunshine today. tomorrow through the weekend. well, into next week, too. as far as temperatures go 60 solidly for san francisco, a few 50's right along the coastline. cool out that direction. but about everywhere else don't need the jackets for it. burlingame at 16, i'm sam
carlo, 72 redwood city at 74 comfortable. but getting warmer in the south bay. some low 80's in areas like campbell in saratoga still got to the 70's out in the tri valley today. tomorrow you'll be in the 80's much as walnut creek and concord are today and nearing 90 for vacaville tomorrow. we're likely to have some 90's up in county and some other of our for this to inland spots. tomorrow's temperatures will just start a trend of warm weather that continues through the upcoming weekend and only intensifies into next week next week is trying to even warmer than this week's about too bayside cities in the low 70's today. enjoy that cool field. tomorrow we'll take a step up into the low 80's and stay that way. upper 70's to low 80's through the rest of your forecast. i'll be even warmer weather for the rest of the forecast. still ahead over to though, how is the hour? the roads holding up pretty well. some of our roads are moving along nicely like the golden gate bridge. 33 minutes as you're heading from 37 to the tolls and then you head over and check on tha bay bridge
where things are pretty busy. high winds will be here. 23 minute drive to make it from the maze to that fremont street exit into the city along highway. 24 walnut creek down to 5, 80 were at around 14 minutes for you. >> as you're traveling there along highway 4 were down from where we were in the 30's earlier. 21 minutes now traveling from any act into congress to 42 and the south by that accident is clear that your bureau that was tracking there in san jose on the northbound side. now a 52 minute drive heading from 85 a park along one. 0, one, the kraken down towards the maze about 24 minutes for you to make that drive darya. james, back to you. >> time now to talk winners and losers on wall street with financial expert rob black. joining us remotely on a day, rob, where it looks like across the board, we're seeing some pretty positive trading, which is kind of nice to see considering how much stocks have been beat up here recently. >> i don't count on it sticking around for wall street, we call these dead cap ounces. so there's little the
bargain hunting. i'm doing a little bargain-hunting picking up some stock that we haven't seen pitch elation. that's when i get a call to be on kron. at the 5 o'clock news, 6. as the 9 o'clock news. yeah, it's people are freaked out and you see a collapse of the business. you see something dramatic happened like that. we've had 6 down weeks. the s and p 507 down week street and the dow. and yet there's a study that was recent 40% investors have sold last year. regret it. don't do anything crazy. california gas prices hit $6 that's the highest on record for 52 across the nation, walmart came out with earnings and they're kind of showing because there are a lot of these will backs on inflation and they kind of represent the average consumer in america, not the high end luxury bay area person. they're saying their earnings were okay. we got hit with outlook is a great night. but they're saying the consumers holding up, ok? so i was kind of nice to get that news. united
airlines said, you know, we we had a great where they're seeing really good things. publican trends. so our economy is find the retail spending is good warmer, too, ok, the walk, wall street's kind of fact in worst-case scenarios and we're just not seeing come to fruition yet. let's talk a little bit more about retail spending because i guess the latest numbers from april show that is actually up. >> almost a full percentage point despite the fact that prices have been going up. how do you read that? >> you work with me for many, many years, 20 plus years, games retail sales are important. jobs numbers are important. everything else on wall street kind of loses. kind of it's a sport. if those 2 things are fine and we have jobs and we have retail sales. there are higher prices because it doesn't adjust for inflation. so we're spending more. but we're also getting more. so man's holding operate now, the consumer is working the through inflation. the data shows so far again, we don't have the same problems that russia of russia, ukraine, the euro past being so close, depending on so much the energy 2nd half year looks
poised to do well in retail sales. we are 6 months away from october november. so we'll be talking about christmas time. and that's what wall street look, 6 months in the future. so this should be pretty good news. another another month. the good news like this on retail and wall street will start working bars and restaurants did well. and of course, like kind of skews the numbers because that's up. 39 1% year over year. so they're not pure reads. but if you read between the lines, it's a good number. it's a good number, ok? in question this morning is whether 44 billion is still a good number. i want to talk and pick your brain a bit about elon musk's tweet this morning and this ongoing sort of soap opera with him >> hot or cold on the purchase of twitter this morning. he's tweeting that unless twitter can objectively proved to him that they're bought or spam accounts only make up 5% or less of the total user base. he may not be interested in purchasing twitter, at least not at the valuation that the initial offer was in. what what's your take on all this?
>> he's going he's on the line for a billion dollars. he's offered to do it. people have left the company. morale is incredibly low at twitter. he's going to get sued by the sec if he tries pull out of a with that said twitter is going ahead and filing with the securities exchange commission for publicly traded company that they expect the deal to go throw. i'm the ceo of twitter yesterday showed elon musk in a blog post how they've determined that there's less than 5% butts and even must respond with up who promote you like he has to grow up. he's trolling a little bit greatest engineer or a lifetime, but he's also a troll. i don't think he wants twitter. it's going to be regulated. it's a publicly traded company. he's going to get an sec key issues. of course, he's going take the company private. many want to bring it public is the idea. i think he bought the wrong time last month. stock's been nothing but good down. i can to get a better deal. there's less than a 50% chance of deal circus. he's breaking all sorts of nba covenants,
nondisclosure agreements. and basically tony secrets about twitter stop. so you think there could be potential legal action out of lawsuits are flying are ready because when he's he took that initial stake, he took more than 5% and hit disclose that and it's unfair to the public. and this is why you have to have public trust in publicly traded companies. he was accumulating when he wasn't disclosing. there's already lawsuits going to get some on that now and more about to filed. so this sass. where are you on moscow's? it creates stress for a lot of people. he probably has to sell some space x shares the fund the deal. he probably should be focusing on testing right now is that stocks down? 35% since he announced the deal. twitter always interesting to pick your brand about stuff like this. rob, thank you as always. we'll chat with rob again tomorrow about. >> whatever topics and headlines are breaking the news that day. rob, thank you. get your questions and comments into rob right now. so you can talk about tomorrow, facebook, twitter, e-mail him directly at robert,
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antioch are trying to get tougher on sideshows by penalizing those who watch him. now, already the city has a 0 tolerance for being in a sideshow. but now the city council is considering fining people and jailing people up to 6 months. if you even watch a sideshow. this proposal is something that they won after they keep saying sideshows. in fact, there 2 of the weekend. the as you can see was around 10 o'clock saturday night. the intersection of lone tree way and blue rock drive. and then there was a second sideshow at the intersection of 18th street. and at one point the crowd turn violent towards officers assaulting one officer and vandalizing a police car. >> we're investigating with great effort, but then a fight. those who there. and the specific role in activity. all individuals identified will be met with the extent of the law. >> according to the antioch mayor facebook page, there were 2 arrests and several
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>> the falsely believe e. that they will be replaced. that's the word replaced. by the other. by people who don't look like that. and who are therefore. and perverse ideology that they possess and being fed lesser beings. all right. all of you reject the lie. i call on all americans to reject a lie. i can them those who spread the lie for power. political gain and for profit. >> that's what it is. we've now seen too many times. the deadly destructive violence. this ideology on leashes. >> her the chance. you will not replace us in charlottesville, virginia, i wasn't going to run as the senator knows again for president. well, i saw all
those people. coming out of the woods, other in virginia in charlottesville, current torches. shouting you will not replace us. the company by white-supremacist and kerry, not 2 batters. so i said no. no. and i honest to god. those who know each of, you know, i wasn't going to run for certain. going to be darned if i'm going to let any way. look, we see the mass shootings in. charleston, south carolina, el paso, texas and pittsburgh are. last year in atlanta this week in dallas, texas. and now in buffalo. buffalo, new york. white supremacy is a poise. it's a poison. >> running really is. >> through our body politic.
it's been allowed to fester and grow right in front of our eyes. no more. >> i mean, no more. >> we need to say is clearly an forces. we can that the ideology of white supremacy has no place in america. fairly for us to not say that saying that. he's going to be complicity. silence is complicity. its complicity. we cannot remain silent. our nation's strength has always come from the idea this can sound corny, but think about it with idea our nation. we're all children of god. all life. liberty. our universal goods. gifts of guy. we didn't get it from government got from because we exist. we're called upon the defendant. the venom
of the haters. >> and their weapons of war. violence and words and that stalker streets are stores our schools. >> this venom, this violence can not be the story of our time. we can't allow that to happen. look, i'm not naive. i know tragedy will come again. you cannot beat forever over com. it cannot be fully understood the year. but there are certain things we can do. we can keep assault weapons off our streets. we've done it before. i didn't want to pass the crime bill last time and violence went down. shootings went down. you can prevent people from the radical lives to violence. we can address 3 letters, exploitation of the internet to recruit and mobilize tears. we just need
to have the courage to do that to stand up. look, the american experiment. democracy. it's danger. like it hasn't been in my lifetime. this endangered this hour. hayden fear being given too much oxygen by those who pretend to love america. but you don't understand america. to confront the ideology of hate requires caring about all people not making distinctions. remember the scripture? you see that? we're all part of the divine. well, neighbor as thyself. that's the america. i know that and most deserve the most. we do. we look, we're the most multi racial, most dynamic nation in history. the world. now's the time. for the people of all races. from every background. to speak up as a majority in
american reject white supremacy. these actions. we've seen. in these hate filled tax. representive using the hate women are. we can't allow them to distort america. the real america. we can allow them to destroy the soul of the nation. as president states. i travel the world all the time. and other nations ask me heads of state and other countries to my ask me. what's going one guy's name happened on january 6. what happened in buffalo would have to ask. we have to refuse to live in a country. for black people going about a weekly grocery shopping can be gunned down by weapons of war deployed in a race is cause. we have to refuse live in a country. where fear and lies are packaged for power and for
profit. most all list. this great cause of america. this is worth requires. all of u.s. presidents, politicians, commentators, citizens, none of us can stand the sidelines. we have to resolve that here in buffalo. that from the tragedy, this tragedy will come hope and light and life. it has to. our watch. the sake because america will never bow never break. never banned. the america. we love the one we love will to the families. from your pain. maybe 5 purpose. to live life worthy of the loved ones you lost. mayhem based on the 90 for some sun in my church. maybe raise you up eagle's wings and very won the breath of dawn.
make you to shine like the sun. and hold you in the palm of his hand. that's my wish us. we can do this if resolve the do it. if we take on the haters. those who don't even care that just about profit. in politics. and the soul. of the fall. rest in peace. rising lore. and may god guide united states of america now and to the families. my grandpa piece to say when i walked out of his home in scranton, he say joey, spread the faith. and my grandma. you don't know, joe. i mean, he said keep the faith my grandma, you know, joey, spread the faith. thinking of you. hold on each other tightly. stick together, you know, get through this and we'll make buffalo in the
united states. a better place to live than it is today. >> and biden pretty emotional about what's going on in this country with the shootings. and we've had. >> a number of them and he is at the scene of just the worst racial attack that we've seen in years where 10 people were killed, 8 of them black by allegedly by this 18 year-old who drove all the way. eric know that trial is still ongoing. we'll keep you updated as it continues to progress. >> meantime, let's bring it back here into the studio at 9.39, we've got john standing by with a look at our forecast today. and it is going to be hot for the foreseeable future. actually, it is yet. today is just the start. guys getting hotter into tomorrow and staying that way for the rest of the week. just had some fire weather watches issued for thursday and friday for solano county and parts of the central valley as will be hot and windy on those days outside this morning. you can see skies are nice and clear.
we're going to stay that way throughout the course of the day. really through the forecast as well. and temperatures are climbing quickly now. san jose alameda in dublin at 58 degrees. conquered fairfield, pittsburgh, brentwood and saint helene and nevado each in the 60's already and we're not even to 10:00am yet. so temperatures will climb into the 80's for a lot of our inland areas. pairing that with winds gusting as high as 25 miles per hour today, talking even hotter. weather come tomorrow in your forecast. let's get a look at the roads. really quick, though, with reyna. what's it like out there right now? john, if you are taking highway 17 traveling from highway one to los gatos, it will take about 23 minutes. >> to make that drive right now, let's check on the bay bridge. well, we still do have some high winds. 23 minutes traveling from the maze. 2 that fremont street exit richmond center fell bridge that's moving along pretty nicely at this hour. a 12 minute drive making your way from the tolls to one o one the highway for. we're seeing some improvement. we were up in the 30's now at 21 minutes, traveling from one 60 to congress to 42 and in the
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28% of children between 5 and 11 have gotten their first 2 covid shot and there's still vaccine authorized for kids younger than 5 years old. the fda is going to consider that in june. the booster shot is intended to be received at least 5 months after you got your last initial dose. >> for your health gummy candies from skittles, starburst and life savers have all been recalled. the gummy candies have been recalled because of supposedly thin metal strands imbedded in the candy or might be loose in the bags. skittles gummies in the original sour and wild berry flavors have been impacted by this starburst sour and original flavors as well. and life savers. variety and wild berries, flavors. they're all impacted so far. no injuries been reported or illness from this. but you have any of these. away. we'll be right these. away. we'll be right back.
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>> 9.47 and it is a drummers dream come true. you have bay area teenager gets to go on stage and play with the iconic rock band. pearl jam are drummer has covid can't perform so we need you come on up here. that's kind of how it happened. refers theresa explains. >> and in the middle of class, i got a text from olivia. >> telling me to center a
recording of me playing approach him song and she said it's worth a shot. >> worth a shot. that was a vice mill valley resident kyle new commenced on after hearing the news. the iconic rock band pearl jam was in a gym after its drama was out with covid and look where the advice leaving. this past friday after impressing the band with his skills, kai filled in for a performing to a packed house. the oakland arena with pearl jam. i was really >> scared to. and there's to walk up on stage like a couple songs. but for my heart restarted racing and then he called me and he called me up. and once i saw the crowd lit up it. i kind of freaked out. i think internally. >> yet in action he was in the moment nailing it.
>> i tried to not focus on the crowd. because they just kind of elevated the stress and focus on the drumming. >> the 18 year-old marine county resident says that he started playing drums when he was 8. like when i play, i don't really. >> think about anything else. i'm just. i think they call it like flow state where you just. one with that roams, the instrument. >> by the way, the person who gave him the advice to send a video was olivia vetter lead vocalist. eddie vetter is daughter. they met at a music fest. kai is in a local band. the alive. they play thought a rock. next is earning plans to play with project began. >> not that i know of. but you never know. i could you have any advice someone who's just starting to play drums? yeah, and don't give up if you have a even if you're doing it
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because, you know, when we get stuck in heat waves like they be in this live from the show short supply at good morning, john. yet fans are going to go out. i know you just got some sunscreen. daria, who knows could be. hurt supply, too, because we have plenty of it in this forecast. looking outside at the embarcadero right here. >> got some joggers still taking advantage of our cool morning before temperatures really heat up later on. skies will stay clear dry all the way through this forecast. that's not something that's changing. temperatures are about to get warmer and warmer, though, this high-pressure ridge, kind of blocking sorry about that is going to be working its way right back in after yesterday's brief dip in the jet stream that brought us are very short-lived. cool down. now today is a lot of sunshine. we are going to be seeing temperatures. those warm as 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. climbing well into the upper 80's for areas like vacaville. tomorrow. we're going to tap into some 90's for the central valley and out towards solano county, inland alameda and contra costa counties, too continue that trend of hot weather through
the rest of the week and hot enough as well as dry and windy enough that come thursday and friday, sloan, okaloosa counties out into the central valley. we'll be under some of our first fire weather watches of the season again, that's thursday into friday. so something i want to know for us as we do start to dry out and heat up. fire danger is going to become more and more of a conversation now, temperatures in the 60's for san francisco 50's right along the coast and then 60's 70's to even 80's elsewhere. burlingame at 69 palo alto, redwood city at 74, south bay temperatures, upper 70's to low 80's san jose at8 degrees. snow in fremont at 74 today. while union city and oakland among or spots at 72 back to the 80's for walnut creek, concord, benicia over to antioch in vacaville. as we mentioned, nearly 90 today. tomorrow, we're going to be talking 90's for many of our inland areas and keeping that trend of upper 80's to low 90's around inland through the weekend. bayside areas, low
70's today and enjoy it because we get hotter the rest of your forecast. well, the coast remains pretty steady. trend of weather this week is already warm. but next week's likely to be trending even hotter. so it's time to indeed get the fans and the sunscreen while it's still stocked in the stores rain. john, thank you for if you're hitting the roads or your bridges this morning, we do have high wind gusts. >> along the bay bridge. so a 23 minute drive because of that. and the metering lights are still on this morning. san mateo bridge. 21 minutes as you're traveling from 8.80, across towards one o one. let's go and check on the richmond center fell commute as you're traveling out of richmond tolls to one o one around 12 minutes for you. so traffic returning back to the life form. 33 minute drive across the golden gate bridge as you're heading from. 37 to the tolls and we'll leave you with a look at the south bay. 52 minutes till as you're traveling along one. 0, one from 85 in to menlo park. taria. james, back to you. thanks a lot. just about done for the morning here on the kron 4 morning knows our next
show is at noon. and the new news knows you like that. >> robert, you have the whole. he's joining us from the newsroom at the bay area. >> i know. well, no, well at much the news. they are here working more from president biden's remarks in buffalo this morning. he is demanding that congress pass stricter gun laws. >> and urging americans to reject racism. plus more bad news for drivers. unfortunately this afternoon, the average price of gas in california, its top $6 a gallon, which i think we all knew was happening. but we didn't want it to happen take a closer look at the numbers and whether we might see some relief. and maybe that's wishful thinking. coming up on kron, 4 news at noon, daria. all right. thanks a lot. know. well, check out this. we love to show cute animals. >> and this is the sacramento zoo's newest resident. it's us loft which have only ever seen encourages like in movies. sure right or always funny. they all. they're always funny you and always slow. i think if i ever came back in another life is a different animal.
probably would sloss kind of move at the same speed make very to but this was from a texas 2 years old. yeah, you can enjoy her at the sacramento zoo. she loves fruit. she loves flowers. mulberry's your favorite candy. why? i want a bigger pie. that's right. want to stop by. they say any time between 10 00:30pm, in the afternoon is a great time for her. otherwise she's mapping out of all right. that's it for now. we'll see you back here tomorrow it's started. somewhere between a cuddle
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