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that. >> very cool. a lot of cars there on the bridge. it's moving but it's crowded at 5:00 here. >> yeah. >> thank you for joining us tuesday april 25th i'm pam cook. >> and good morning i'm dave clark. let's talk about your tuesday morning rather. steve paulson will you see any sunshine today? >> yes, a little bit. i'm amazed at the traffic compared to 15, 20 years ago. there was nobody on the road. when i first started this job there was nobody except me. it's going to be very similar in the forecast for the donlers, giants tonight. whatever conditions last night carrying over maybe a little more north. draw your attention to livermore. yesterday the high was 63 degrees. 13 below average i mean i've had this discussion. i mean it will be a little warmer. can't you see bumping up a couple degrees for some.
that seems to be the theme. but we were all below average on the temps yesterday and it will still be probably below for most again today. we just have too much cloud cover toppling over from the ridge coming down from the northwest. it's out there you can see it. you can see the air flow and eventually it's going to build up here and it will deflect all that. fremont's at 47 degrees. 44 up in kelseyville. a little bite to the air. low 50s for many. san ralph rafael at 50. 50s, 60s being optimistic here with some soft 30-degree temperatures. >> soft 70s. >> you remember those hits. >> linda ronstead there. 10 cc. >> yes. >> there you go. >> very good.
good morning, buddy. let's go out and take a look at what we have now. first of all we had that crash right here on highway 101 last time. and it's gone and right when they cleared the accident all the slow traffic left which is great news. 580 westbound the tracy super commute. westbound 580 traffic is going to be okay. it's a little bit slower at the altman pass. we have some stop and go traffic. if you are driving from livermore it doesn't take long. that's about a 10 minutes drive and from hayward into san leandro another 10-minute drive there. doesn't look bad getting up to highway 17. and westbound bay bridge toll plaza is moving along pretty well. now at 5:02 let's go back to the
desk. bart police patrols are increasing at some bart stations after teenagers terrorized and robbed passengers over the weekend. >> bart says it was a coordinated attack that lasted just about 30 seconds. to talk about the lightning quick strong armed robbery and what bart's doing to keep people safe. christien. >> yeah, dave, pam it all started at 9:30 last night. dozens of teenagers mobbing that train robbing the passengers. >> had 30 kids board my train. beat up someone and rob them and then run off the train. . >> the whole robbery taking
about 30 seconds with the group. >> when the doors open they jumped on the train and committed seven robberies. one on the platform. >> two passengers were punched in the face and were treated for head injuries. in all about seven passengers were robbed. so far police say none of the attackers useded guns. open unified schools and oakland housing authorities to find those teens. bart said there were police officers in the parking lot. those officers arrived moments after the teens took off. as you can imagine that has left some passengers rattled. coming up we'll tell you how passengers are reacting this morning and also what they do to stay safe riding bart. >> christien kafton in oakland.
a authorities believe there was an argument between a member of the caltrans painting crew and a supervisor. investigators said terri hazy shot and killed himself. in memory of miss brooks. in a statement the governor said the tragic death of this dedicated public servant servant is a shock. during this difficult time. a program director at boys and girls club in petaluma.
accused of posting photos of a 6-year-old girl from his afternoon program in an internet chat room. police say he also posted the girl's name, address, and phone number in the chat room. police say they were contacted by the department of homeland security. we've tracked gorky through his internet ip address. democrats had said that they would not sign off on a deal that included funding for the wall. instead there may be some funding for resources to increase border security. >> democrats have been long clear that the border wall is a non starter. >> i think if donald trump can get something in that government funding bill about border security he can claim victory and the democrats can say they didn't vote to fund the wall.
>> the trump administration is also reportedly ready to announce as early as tomorrow that corporate tax rates could drop from 305% to as low -- 35% to as low as 15%. a san jose man who was shot and injured by police last week has now been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. it happened friday afternoon on louis and center roads after witnesses reported seeing a man with a knife stabbing himself and threatening to stab others. 28-year-old khan tran ignored orders to put the knife down and confronted a police officer who then shot thim. tran was taken to the hospital in critical condition and was later arrested. san francisco police are trying to figure out who left a pipe bomb and a grenade in the city's petrol neighborhood near the intersection of wisconsin
and 22nd streets. police shut down streets and traffic had to be rerouted around the scene. the department's bomb squad detonated one of the explosives and the scene was cleared by 7:00 last night. u.c. berkley officials are preparing now for possible protest. conservative commentator ann coulter speaks on the campus later this week. campus officials had cancelled ann coulter's scheduled speech. they wanted to move her speech to may 2nd. students we talked to say ann coulter deserves her chance to speak out. >> because of what happened with milo i feel it would be very dangerous but because of the free speech movement home and the atmosphere we like to pro mote it wouldn't be fair to bar
her from coming. >> the more we restrict people from speaking on this campus the more detrimental it will be in the long run. >> now cal is being sued by the berkley republicans group saying their free speech rights were violated when the university moveded the date of ann coulter's speech. >> some people would say ann coulter wants to promote ann coulter and she's going to try to insight people. >> i know people like to say that. in some sense i write books i'm trying to change people's minds about things so there's a promotional aspect but in particular i'm trying to get public tea off of this event could not be further from the truth on the facts. for one thing you don't want to
give me public tea i have an idea don't shut down my speech. >> you can see more of that one on one interview by going to the ktvu youtube page. the warriors beat the blazers 128-103. >> the blazers o. for their first 4 in the field. >> the game really was over in the 1st quarter. the warriors quickly led 14-0. they had 45 points in the first quarter the most ever in one period by a warriors team in playoff history. kevin durant was back. he had 10 points in his first game back since missing games two and three with that leg injury. >> we threw the first punch, we knew it would overwhelm them a bit especially being we were up
3-0 in the series. >> we had an opportunity to close the series out you don't want to let go of the rope or give the other team any kind of confidence or momentum. >> steph curry had 37 points before setting out the hole last quarter. he made seven, threes too. san francisco school district is looking to add a few more schools. according to the san francisco examiner. the lot is already set aside by the city for a community building which could be a school. the district says 12,000 new housing units are planned for that area and that is likely to mean more students. according to the examiner dr. priscilla chan is in talks with city and school officials to open a new charter. the talks have been ongoing for
nearly a year. the school would be modeled after a private school that chan and zuckerberg opened last year in east palo alto. at risk children from before birth all the way through 8th grade. businesses in san jose already are preparing for may day protests. coming up in 20 minutes. why organizers say this could be the biggest protest in years. >> this is a very special day in the glorious history of american space flight. >> president trump has big new plans for speeding up nasa's schedule for more missions.
welcome back to morjs on 2. it's 5 -- mornings on 2. a low key public celebration was held in the capital city. north korea held major live fire drills along the eastern coast. at just about the same time one of american's nuclear powered submarine carries nuclear missiles that can quickly be programmed for specific targets. south korean officials say they will not be participating in any missile tests and the michigan is taking on new supplies
including food and other necessities. officials from the u.s., japan, and south korea are all meeting in tokyo to discuss the threat. president trump is telling nasa to get astronauts to mars in the near future. the president says he wants americans on mars during his first term as president but he'd be willing to wait until his second term in office. that would be at least eight years sooner than most scientists had projected as even being possible. the president said that during a call to the international space station congratulating astronaut peggy winston. >> you have broken the record for the most total times spent in space by an american astronaut. 534 days in counting. so which one of you is ready to go to mars. >> we are absolutely ready to go to mars. >> don't you want to do that at
least. peggy winston will stay on the international space station until september. she will have logged 666 days two years in orbit during her three space flights. the international record was held by a russian cosmonaut that's 879 days. >> i definitely don't want to be in space for very long but to be able to have that no gravity feeling for a bit it would be very cool definitely. >> sal would do it too. >> i think he would. >> if i can come back. >> you can come back. >> we'll let you back. >> right. >> that's the fear. i get it. >> i need you to navigate traffic for us. you've got to come back. >> i have to stay here and do important things like get you to work. gilroy to san jose not a bad drive right now. traffic continues to move on pretty well. driving up into the main part of
san jose continues to look good. driving into downtown san jose 280 getting up to highway 17 it is a nice looking drop. the bay bridge toll plaza is also looking very good here. usually we don't get a backup until about 5:30. at 5:18. let's bring steve back with today's forecast. >> thank you sir. we do have mostly cloudy skies. at least there are a few breaks in those clouds compared to yesterday. it was a tall order to get any sun. today does look a little better but still a lot of cloud cover. the allergies are killing me dooe anna roberts said. i wish mother nature. exactly. well it has decided. we're in spring. that's why we're getting all the breeze and have all this rain. trees still up there. oak, ash, and mulberry, not as prestigious as the one dave and
i use. >> that's right. dewey cheaterman. >> yeah. >> yeah three stoojs. partly cloudy. maybe a few more breaks. here's the deal. yesterday was very cool. how cool was it. liver mother came in at 60 degrees. today bump it up a little bit. san francisco up 2 and napa bumped up one if we can get a few sun breaks might eek out a couple of breaks. then it does look warmer. it looks sunny as we go thursday, friday, saturday but also windy at times. it could be rather breezy to windy on thursday and friday. a lot of cloud cover just rotating down from the northwest. no change in that. although it is lifting a little more northward. you can see the moisture, the stream of it stretches well out into the pacific.
the ridge has not built in far enough to the north. 50s on the temps or 40s for some. upper 40s. concord's in there. a lot of creeks 47. lafayette 48. and livermore at 49 with low 50s. there's your west wind at hayward and there will be a westerly component. 67 down in las vegas and 48 in ukiah. there are wind vidz rooes there's still a few down in in southern california if you're traveling down that way. that goes until this evening but it looks like they're starting to ease back on those environments. we're not easing back on all the cloud cover. this system today and tomorrow will give us a lot of cloud cover and a few sun breaks but temperatures held in check. they are moving up a little bit compared to yesterday. so look for 60s to near 70 degrees. the official high yesterday in gilroy was 59. i don't know if i completely buy that. any way you look at it i think
there will be a little more sun. after wednesday it's all about sunshine but breezy to windy. near 80 for some. >> steve, thank you. time is 5:20. some new concerns this morning for california farmers. coming up in 20 minutes why president trump's crack down on immigrants could hurt their work force. >> but first robbers targeted a high end watch store in walnut creek. what the store owner did to scare those robbers away. hey allergy muddlers
welcome back to mornings on 2. our time is 5:23. overnight the state of arkansas executed two inmates. the first time in 17 years there's been a double execution here in the u.s. the first inmate executed last night jack jones convicted of raping and killing a woman in 1995 and trying to kill her 11-year-old daughter. jones said he was ready to die. now a judge issued a temporary stay for marcel williams but hours later he was also executed. he was convicted of killing a 22-year-old woman in 1994. these executions reignited the debate over the death penalty. >> make pace that he's stoned and can't ever get out and do this again. >> even though the people who are on death row and committed horrible crimes we just don't feel like taking another life is
what we can support. >> now arkansas has scheduled yet another execution for thursday before its supply of the drugs used in the looeth at injection process expires. a couple from santa rosa's single engine plane went missing in the sierra. search crews weren't able to find mark and brenda richard or their plane. they were flying from truckee to the petaluma airport a week ago but they never arrived. their plane did have an emergency transmitter but search crewing have not picked up any signals. the owner of a walnut creek watch store says quick thinking helped him stop three men from trying to rob his store. and surveillance video shows the owner pulling out a gun on those robbers who were dressed like construction workers. >> hey! >> get out!
>> now this happened thursday at the oc watch company at about noontime. the store owner says one of the men walked up to him ask asked him to sign some paper work then suddenly pepper sprayed him and a customer. one of the men used a baseball bat there to smash the display case while the other tried to grab watches. police say there was a third man outside as a look out. the store owner said he grabbed his gun to scare them off. >> at that time i made a split decision to draw my gun. cooked it. that's when the gentleman here turned and looked at me i'm assuming because he heard it and he fled very quickly. >> police are still searching for those men. police say they drove off in a newer model dodge challenger. if you have any information call walnut creek police. time is 5:26. making a request in court. what the teacher who's accused
of taking an under aged girl from tennessee to california. >> up next the new gasoline tax in california won't be enough to fix our roads in the long term. >> it is getting slower out there. you can definitely tell some of these commutes are beginning to fill up. we'll tell you a little bit more about that straight ahead. >> after a gray kind of gloomy monday at least we get a few breaks in the clouds today but temperatures struggling to get near average. we'll show you those and what's in store for the rest of the week.
this is ktvu mornings on 2. well good morning to you. welcome back to mornings on 2. it's tuesday it's april 25th. i'm dave clark. >> good morning i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. it's 5:30. we're going to check in with steve i hear we're going to have some sun. >> eventually, yes. >> we'll take it. paul quaido's out there. it is cloudy and a breezy for most. we'll carry that into tonight for game two tonight with the dodgers. no change on that forecast. now the jet stream is lifting a
little bit northward and the ridge is still too far offshore. cloud cover comes in and drops right on down from the northwest which will give us a mostly cloudy day. it is taking a more towards northern california. a few 40s. a lot of 50s but it is running a little cooler. cloud cover coming in starting to lift up a few of those temps. wood side 47. san carlos 48 degrees and west wind. west southwest. so there will be a breezy afternoon under mostly cloudy skies. temperatures though are set to warm up but not until we get to thursday and friday. 50s, 60s to near 70 maybe for a few east and south. 5:31 this is when sal gets busy because... >> it is because more people get on the road at this time. it's beginning to get a little more crowded, steve. good morning to you. let's start off with the
solano commute. for the most part it's a nice looking drive on 80. as you approach the carcinas bridge. and no major problems at the bay bridge toll plaza although those metering lights did go on. 5:32 let's go back to the desk. all right, sal. a transportation think say the gas bill is just not enough to take care of our roads long term. >> yeah, ktvu's allie rasmus is live. >> and vehicle registration fees but a transportation think tank called next 10 based out of berkley says in a report that they released yesterday that the
amount of money the state really needs to fix and maintain its roads over the next decade is close to $137 billion. the report releaseded says california's roads are among the worst in the nation. and the group estimates those bad roads rit led with potholes and other problems end up costing california drivers about $840 a year in crashes and repairs. the current gas tax is not an efficient way to fix roads long term. even though more californians are driving more than ever there are more electric vehicles on the road and fuel efficient vehicles have improved. so the gas tax is generating less money overall. the group recommends the state pursue other options and a tax based on the number of miles people drive instead of the amount of gas they use. as for the state's new repair bill it was passed by the
legislature earlier this month. governor jerry brown pushed and campaigned for it. he's expected to sign it any day now. >> thank you. time is now 5:34. well the county medical examiner ruled that the death of an inmate was a homicide testified yesterday in the trial of three deputies. three santa clara county correctional deputies are charged with second degree murder for the 2015 beating death of inmate michael tyry. the medical examiner testified tyryhad at least 34 injuries before bleeding in his cell. if cricketed, they could get -- convicted they could get life in prison. well the tennessee teacher arrested on charges of kidnapping a 15-year-old student and bringing her to california is testifying in the case.
the federal judge in sacramento approved a return. the girl has already returned to her hometown. cummins is accused of taking the student across states. if convicted he would serve a mandatory of 10 years in prison. time is 5:35. police in brentwood want your help to find a missing teenage girl who's abeen missing for about a week. last seen leaving her home wednesday night. you see her photo. she's 5'5" 150 pounds. last seen wearing a black top, red shorts and black shoes. investigators are tracking a possible sighting of her last friday in pitsburg. the albany unified school district is holding a meeting tonight.
last month eleven students were suspended accused of posting racist messages and photos on social media. some students are also accused of exchanging nazi salutes in the hallways. time is 5:36 marin county police officers will now carry a life-saving drug. they will carry the drug naloxon. it almost reverses the effects of an opioid overdose. now the pap with the marin county says opioid overdose is the nation's leading cause of accidental deaths. the reports say cracks in the main spillway may have led to the spillway's failure in
february. the information was released as the department faced criticism from lawmakers from not telling the public enough about the risks at the dam. 200,000 people were forced to evacuate after the spillway partially gave way. state lawmakers rejected a program that would have used auto mated programs to catch drivers who were speeding. this proposal by assembly man david choo. now it was opposed by privacy groups worrieded about masseur vans of cars and trucks. a -- mass surveillance of cars and trucks. homeowner victoria foe told us she was sleeping when she heard her little dog barking.
she woke up to see an animal grab her dog and run away. now she says she left her back door open just to let some air in. that also allowed the mountain lion to come inside. police are searching for robbers in cordera. police say there were still a few customers inside but no one was hurt. police also say the burglars were in their late teens or early 20s. $40,000 worth of items were stolen z. san jose community leaders expect this year's may day protest to be the largest in years. all day stores on willow street have put up signs to tell people they won't be open on monday. they say it's a way to show support for the rights of other groups. >> whether you're fighting for
immigration rights or lgbt rights or educational rights they're all the same rights and we're fighting against the same administration that is taking away all of our rights. >> head down east santa clara street and then ends near the sap center. event organizers say in 2006 there were 100,000 people who marched and they say with the current political climate this could be even larger. there will also be a may day rally and march in san francisco on monday may 1st. it starts at justin herman plaza at 11:00. our time is now 5:39. former president barack obama stepped back onto the public stage yesterday and he had a message for young people. mr. obama talked to students and community organizers. that's where he used to teach constitutional law.
it's also where his presidential library will be built. the former president challenged young people to become the next generation of leaders. >> are there ways in which we can knock down some of the barriers that are discouraging young people about a life of service. and if there are, i want to work with them to knock down those barriers. >> during the event mr. obama didn't take any questions or make any comments about president trump or the trump administration. it is now 5:40 and google's self-driving cars are ready for passengers. coming up in 30 minutes we're going to tell you what google is doing today. >> but first the controversial bill one that could change how sex offenders are registering here in california. >> we're seeing the traffic is getting busier around the bay area. as we take a live look at northbound 280 getting up to
welcome back to mornings on 2. it is 5:43. state lawmakers are considering a bill that would remove convicted sex offenders. state senator scott weaner of san francisco is proposing a three tiered system. violent sexual predators would stay on the list for the rest of their lives. sex offenders in the second tier would have to register for 20 years and those with non violent petitions would have their names removed after 10 years. >> if someone particularly the lower level of offenders if they've live aid clean life for 10, 20, or sometimes 30 years there's no point in keeping them on the industry.
>> when you have a child that's being kidnapped you should be able to turn to the sex offender industry. >> a guj could deny any petitions. but if approved it would take effect january 1st. >> time is 5:44. the city of san jose is trying to determine why a city of callers couldn't get through to 911. the backup system should have taken over. the callers ran into long delays, dispatchers were forced to switch to a secondary backup and san jose police tweeted out a different phone number just to help calls get through. >> we take this seriously. this is an opportunity for us to go in there and look at those black boxes and wires and make sure the system is doing what
it's doing. >> now authorities say they don't know of any serious consequences that occurred during the malfunction but they want to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> some california farmers are concerned of president trump 's crack down on undocumented immigrants could take a toll on their work force. >> one san joaquin farmer says he uses about 30 workers. he says earlier this year one of the workers was deported to mexico and that left a local immigrant community worried. >> is is and it will only take one and you might as well shut the whole thing down. he may have to turn to machines to harvest his asparagas crop. >> time is 5:45. sal, we just want to make sure everybody's behaving on the roads so far. >> yeah. an accident in san francisco was
gone and all of a sudden the traffic left so that's good. let's go to the tracy commute and we're going to start off with a look at some of the traffic here. you can see the traffic is going to be busy and you can see some stop and go traffic and speeds are down on 205. down to 12 miles an hour. and on the altman pass it's a little bit better. but if you're driving in livermore to dublin it's taking about 10 minutes to make that drive. not a bad commute. this is 280 in san jose. you can see the traffic is looking good and it stays that way all the way up to sunnivale. at the bay bridge we do have about a 10 to 15 minute delay so the entire trip is taking just a little bit less than a half hour to get into san francisco. at 5:46 let's bring steve in. thank you sir. well mostly cloudy skies. the breeze kicks up the pollen. now it was all about the trees
for awhile. oak, ash, mulberry now the grass is making a move. a double header if you will on the pollen count. it's expected to kind of decrease in the next couple days. partly cloudy. might be a few more breaks in the clouds. very cool day yesterday. i mean for livermore to be 13 degrees below average they should be 74. san jose 64. san francisco 60 and napa 67. did bump everybody up a few degrees today. mostly cloudy. there are a few breaks in the clouds. cool morning. one more system on wednesday then looks good but windy at times as we head towards thursday and friday. by the time we get to the weekend. cloud cover just continues to topple over. if we can move that here then we'd have mostly clear skies. it's going to take another couple days 48 hours.
in the meantime storm track is lifting forward. 40s, 50s on your temps. some of these have come up a few degrees because some of the cloud cover beginning to come in. can't get rid of the breeze. also in some of the higher elevations and the cloud cover will paint a mostly cloudy day. you can see the trend here is to take that more towards the pacific northwest. after tomorrow then high pressure will build in big time and we'll get more sunshine but the wind will also pick up as that high builds in to the north. 60 for many. to a few upper 60s and low 70s. that system on wednesday. mostly cloudy day. then it's out of their thursday and warmer temps will take us into the weekend. time is 5:48. last night the giants beat the dodgers 2-1 ending their four game losing streak. the giants also brought up a top hitter. he made this great play.
bare handed too. >> but the defensive play of the game came in the 9th. the giants hit a 1 run lead and buster posey picked off justin turner at 2nd base. meantime before the game madison bum garner talked publicly for the first time about that dirt bike accident last thursday that put him on the disabled list with a bruised shoulder and wrist. >> it's definitely not the most responsible decision i've made it sucks not being out here with my guys. >> the giants also saw a familiar face there sergio romo but this time he's a dodger. he did get an ovation. >> it's always hard to watch one of our former players. 5:49 is the time right now.
we're talking about elton john. a bacterial infection. he contracted a rare bacterial infection after his south american tour. he's 70 years old. he spent two nights in intensive care. after coming home to england. but he is expected to make a full recovery. elton john also cancelled next month's concert in bakersfield. hundreds of muslims gathered in california. focusing on the policies of the trump administration including the proposed travel ban. they try to navigate white house policies. >> and from my perspectivive if donald trump is saying he's going after the muslim community it is our responsibility as legislators to say mr. trump
you're going to have to come through us. >> organizers say this year's turn out at the state capital was larger than in years past due largely to the election of donald trump as president. >> this year's prestigeous goldman's prize. >> a farmer from slovania and a park ranger from africa who put his life on the line. the northwestern winner mark lopez of los angeles fought against an exide battery plant that was fuelling lead dust into that neighborhood. >> a lot of folks around the world who stand up and fight back face violence and that's in
the u.s. as well. >> now at last night's ceremony there was a sad note as two former prize winners were remembered. a woman from hunduras and a man from mexico both were killed this year because of their activism. officials at cal state say they are serving more students who are going hungry and some homeless. it helps students with their basic needs like food and housing. the school opened a food pantry six months ago and today at least 100 students get food from the pantry. the school also offers free hot meals and presh produce using the student's id cards. >> there were time when is i wouldn't eat for a day or two and i wouldn't think of it because i was over here focusing on where i was going to stay. >> the excitement of the students knowing the university has cared this much. >> louie ramos and other
financially strapped students can get a supply of food each week. there's no criteria. students just have to ask for help. time is 5:56. four bay area high schools made it on to the list of the nation's top 100 schools. according to an annual ranking. kip san jose collegiate high school ranked third. university prep academy in san jose was 72nd and oakland charter high was 91st. the rankings are based on the school's level of college preparation. well it's coming up on our 6:00 hour. one of our top stories this morning gone in 30 seconds. up to six teenagers accused of mobbing bart passengers. now authorities are talking about how to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> and the warriors took care of
business in oakland. the talking about their impressive lay off win last night. >> good morning. you can see the traffic is going to be busy at the macarthur maze. but traffic is going to be slow. >> well i'm thinking we'll have a nice sunrise there. there's a few breaks in the clouds. are we close? look at that. should be a nice one. we'll have your tuesday forecast.
a mob of teenagers rush onto a bart train. we'll tell you what passengers are telling us this morning about how they stay safe. >> yeah, they got it done early. the warriors are still i'm going to say the best not one of the best. here's what we have to say about their morning. mornings on 2 continues. >> going out on a limb.
i think a lot of people say they're the best team. they're amazing. i like when they get it done quickly and we can go to bed. >> yeah, so please wrap it up. >> we've got to get up early to join you here. it's tuesday april 25th i'm pam cook. >> and good morning i'm dave clark. steve paulson can find a beautiful sky for you this morning. >> well i have a little help. there it is. >> come on. so we get at least some of the low clouds are gone but we'll still have a lot of high and mid level clouds. there will be a few more sun breaks under mostly cloudy skies. i just posted on facebook sunrise photo alert. here they come. san francisco 62, 52. average 64, 50 so you're right there. 809. 44. way back there and 1892. baseball forecast will keep pretty much what we