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isolated shower activity. mainly east of san jose as well. the rain was a big bonus. clayton, a third of an inch. san francisco just shy of a third of an inch. temperatures will be cooler today. san jose, 65. 40s and 50s currently for the temperatures. the breeze will predominantly be west and northwest. very windy at lake tahoe. some winter weather advisories will go until 11:00 i though -- although i think things will be over before then. great air-quality. 60s for the temperatures today. traffic is getting a little
more crowded. it's a little more congested but we do not have a huge backup on the east shore. on 80 westbound driving from the cockiness bridge to the macarthur maze is 20 minutes which is pretty good for this major freeway. especially given what we've had the last few days. traffic at the toll plaza has filled in. that's not going to surprise anyone but it's not too bad as you drive through the area. this is also a look at highway 101 in san francisco. that looks good approaching the 80s split. there have been no major problems on interstate there have been no major problems on interstate 880 as you drive through. we have a crash on norris canyon road in the dublin canyon. if that is your commute area, norris canyon at went with. traffic is moving along pretty well on interstate if that is your commute area, norris canyon at went with. traffic is moving along pretty well on interstate 880 heading south driving down toward san jose.
today is an important day for evacuees in sonoma and napa county. many will be allowed to go back into the neighborhoods for the first time. the coffey park neighborhood and the orchard park and journeys and mobile home parks will have controlled entry beginning at 10 am. the firefighters are getting very close to fully containing the tubbs fire. it is 92% contained. the fires combined to destroy at least 6900 homes and caused at least $1 billion in damage. 15,000 people are still evacuated but that is down from a high of 100,000 last weekend. hundreds of people attended a meeting in santa rosa last night. it was supposed to focus on the process for allowing people back into neighborhoods but many in the crowd questioned fire officials about the lack of notice they got when the fire started. >> we get these amber alerts. a four-year-old in oakland was kidnapped. look out for him. something like this was not
quite important enough? this was a catastrophe. this was a catastrophe where we cannot let everyone know as quick as we'd like? >> after people had a chance to express their frustrations, officials began sharing information about how people will be allowed back into their neighborhoods today. many say they know it will be an emotional experience. >> it's still going to be devastating to go in and see everything you've belt come all the remodeling we did, the life that we have there, the memories we have there. >> we've been in this house for 20 years and everything is gone. and we are trying to figure out how we will go forward from here. >> not everyone at the meeting expressed gratitude to the first responders -- everyone at the meeting expressed gratitude
to the first responders. some people who evacuated in the santa cruz mountains are also being allowed back into their neighborhoods. a steady stream of cars went back into the las cumbres neighborhood yesterday. firefighters credit cooler temperatures and higher humidity that let them get the upper hand on the fire that has burned 320 acres and is 35% contained. >> how happy are you to come back? >> this is great. we are very, very happy. >> right now the flames are very small. direct to video is greatly reduced from what we saw the first couple of days of this fire. >> the fire destroyed four homes and buildings and is still threatening 300 other homes. today marks the 26th anniversary of the oakland hills fire. it killed 25 people and destroyed more than 3000 homes and businesses. the first fire began on saturday but flared up the next morning because of the wind.
people who lost their homes and the fire say the recovery was a long learning process in which they learned about insurance, politics, neighborhood unity and community activism. the san francisco police department has identified the officer critically hurt when he was hit by a suspect in an suv. he is a 32-year-old elia lewin- tankel . a five-year police department veteran, well- respected, who has been honored and recognized for outstanding police work several times. he is still in intensive care with a severe head and spinal injury. the police chief read a statement by the officer's wife. >> if elia was writing this he would want to say that he is like every other cop working in san francisco. he goes to work every day to protect and serve his community. he does this with heart and passion. >> the officer was injured on wednesday when i suspect to police were trying to pull over hit him and did not stop. the police later arrested the suspect. >> we are learning more about the man accused of hitting
officer lewin-tankel. he is facing a long list of charges including attempted murder. tara moriarty sat down with him for an interview and he told us it was an accident. >> reporter: marquise johnson is charged with the attempted murder of officer lewin-tankel . part of tenderloin's station by patrol unit. he agreed to an interview, added that the collision was not on purpose. >> you hitting that police officer on the bicycle, that was not intentional? >> no. >> it was an accident? >> yes. >> and you did not see him? >> i did not. kind of like a person getting hit with a stick trying to walk away. raymond johnson, a homeless man who goes by the name willie
flanagan says he suffer from ptsd, fall out he believes from racial profiling in an excessive use of force incident in 2014. >> they had no reason to assault me. i'm being kicked in the face seven time with steel toed boots and an obvious attempt to break my neck. >> reporter: since then he claims he's been accosted by as fpd. >> i've been picked up 10 different times for nothing. >> reporter: sfpd said wednesday officers observed johnson in an suv and try to pull over. >> officers observed the suspect in a vehicle they believed was in possession of a firearm. it appears the suspect became aware of the officer' present and fled the scene. >> reporter: that's when johnson allegedly hit the officer. >> video footage of the entrance and exit of the garages available. there is no way you will be able to twist the circumstances , reversed the circumstances when police know he was coming against traffic on the. he did not see nothing what he ran into me. >> reporter: i asked johnson if he realized he hit the officer but he deflected the question. >> i don't even know how to describe what ptsd feels like. >> reporter: he deferred to specific questions about hitting the officer to his attorney. >> do you have anything to say to the family? >> my heart goes out to him and
i extend my condolences and apology. i don't know what else to say. >> reporter: sources tell us johnson was traveling upwards of 30 miles per hour when he came out of that garage, hit the officer and continue to flee. they tell us whether intentional or not, johnson will be facing evasion and hit- and-run charges. in other news, the alameda county sheriff's office is questioning two people in connection with a carjacking in san lorenzo. yesterday morning james figueroa junior started his pickup truck outside his home and went back into the house. when he came back out, a man jumped into the truck and when figueroa tried to stop him, the man ran him over. >> i think our victim had good intention to try to stop the person from stealing the car and unfortunately the suspect was intent on getting away and causing harm.
>> two people were taken into custody for questioning after they led deputies on a chase through east oakland. police are hoping someone in the neighborhood have captured the incident on home surveillance cameras. if you have any information, called this police. still ahead, derek carr may have saved the raiders' season. we have highlights from one of the craziest wins we've ever seen. start republican senators passed a multitrillion dollar budget blueprint clearing the way for a tax code overhaul. we will tell you why some republicans may push back. an impressive front for the first of the season continues to march out of the season. we will talk about that and some cool friday temperatures.
strach welcome back. 6:12 am. if you can take a moment to look at your tv -- we want to show you something happening right now that is very cool. astronauts are conducting a spacewalk outside the international space station. this is live. the astronauts are fixing a blurry camera on a robotic arm. they plan to replace the camera before a supply ship arrives in a few weeks. the astronauts up there include a teacher turned astronaut. this is happening live right now. yesterday in an emotional
statement at the white house, the white house chief of staff john kelly, retired general, defended's phone call to the widow of a soldier killed in emission in the african nation of niger. kelly held a surprise newsgroup -- news briefing. he criticized a florida congresswoman who listen to the president's phone call on a speakerphone to the widow of fallen soldier sergeant la david johnson. she said the phone call from the president was disrespectful. , accusing president trump of saying "he knew what he signed up for. but i guess it still hurt. " general kelly had a son who was killed while deployed in afghanistan in 2010. general kelly said he was angry at the mischaracterization of that call. >> the only thing i could do to collect my thoughts was to walk among the finest men and women on this earth.
you could always find them. they are in arlington national cemetery. >> general kelly said he advised president trump on what to say to the families of the four service members killed. we should point out that the florida congresswoman was a lifelong friend of the soldier that was killed, even meant toward him as a young man. she was listening to that conversation. the defense department is now investigating the isis attack that ambushed the group of green berets. after approving the presidents $4 trillion budget plan, republican senators will begin efforts to enact the first tax overhaul in 30 years. doug luzader has the story from washington. >> reporter: the vote could not have been much closer but senate republicans got it done, passing a budget resolution that paves the way for tax reform. >> we have a once in a lifetime opportunity to replace a
failing tax code that holds americans back with one that actually works for them. >> reporter: the $4 trillion budget bill is a guideline but in the byzantine rules of the senate, it sets the table for republicans to add tax reform plan and packs it with a simple majority vote leaving democrats on the sidelines unable to filibuster. president trump celebrating on twitter after a rare legislative win. great news on the 2018 budget senate majority leader mcconnell. first step toward delivering massive tax cuts for the american people. the president envisions a simplified tax system with lower rates and fewer tax brackets although the details are still scarce. across the aisle, anger over the budget itself and what's to come. >> it is a horrific budget bill and an extremely cruel bill and the most unfair budget ever presented in the modern history of our country. >> many republicans from high tax states including california and new york, opposed the tax
plan's proposed elimination of the federal deduction for state and local taxes. they maintain it would hurt low and mid income people. sal is there. he will you get to where you need to go. it is getting busy on the roads. we are taking a look at some of the busiest commutes like the bay bridge which is backed up this morning. this is a 10-15 minute delay before you make it onto the span. it's a little wet from the overnight rain and it could be a little windy on some commutes according to chp. this is northbound 101 approaching the 80s split. you can see traffic is moving along nicely. 880 north- and southbound the front of the coliseum, traffic is moving well. you can tell it's more crowded than it was earlier. westbound 92, a little slowing approaching the san mateo
bridge but the dumbarton bridge traffic looks good to the peninsula. we are mostly finished with the rain. there's a lot of cloud cover from the peninsula over to the south bay. the rain was quite impressive. this so a little bit to the north. still some activity from fort bragg and in mendocino and lake county. there has been a little skirting through cloverdale and the russian river and on the sonoma coast. i think that will be the southern extent of it. some activity is passed -- popping up in east san jose, fremont and union city. this is very light compared to what went through. enhancement is taking place on the bottom of the system and dragging in cloud cover. but it is not producing much. mount tam, almost an inch of rain. monte rio did have a half inch.
cloverdale, 0.44. fremont, oakland and los altos, a little over a quarter. the heaviest amounts were in mount diablo. three quarters of an inch. kenwood picked up a half inch. then loman, 0.38. in santa rosa, most locations had a quarter inch but some areas had almost a half inch. 40s on the temperatures. cold air is moving in in the north. kelseyville, 42. winter, 47. petaluma, 49. san rafael in the low 40s. here comes that cool air. mostly in northwest or westerly breeze. 32 in truckee. 51, sacramento. i winter weather advisory in until 11:00. snow on the higher peaks.
most of this will wind down in the next couple of hours. called and unstable air to the north could trigger a thundershower. this cool air will continue to rotate and -- in sending were cloud cover. the rain will and but there could be some isolated showers. partly cloudy, breezy and colder with good air quality. warmer weather sunday, monday and tuesday. let's go to the western pacific. a typhoon is at 90 miles per hour and is expected to gain strength and head toward japan. the point is once it turns extratropical and moves into colder water, it starts moving across the pacific. something to watch for next weekend. it will throw a wrench into the works for the forecast models and they are bouncing all over the place. keep an eye on that. it could really change our patent. 60s today. one of the few days we've had
today's traffic jam theme is -- name that tune. spivak buddy holly. >> very good. these are songs was people's names in them. certain anchor team up with this a little while ago. it is name that tune. peggy sue. go ahead and hit me up on social media. i love this song. buddy holly. i will play your request. use #ktvu . the song has to have someone's name and. >> there is actually a song called, pamela.
it wasn't very popular. i'll have to look it up. speaking of kansas, the raiders beat the chiefs last night in a wild game at home. >> back to derek carr -- ann scott by cooper for the touchdown! >> derek carr and the offense firing on all cylinders early with that flea flicker to amari cooper. later in the first quarter he hit cooper again. a 45 yard touchdown. in the second, derek carr ran up the middle. marcus peters tackled him with a late hit. there was a scuffle in here comes marshawn lynch coming in off the bench onto the field and pushed and official. look. write about there. marshawn lynch was kicked out of the game. let's jump ahead to the fourth quarter. the raiders were trailing. 23 seconds left in the game.
>> crabtree is back in the game. derek carr back and it's caught ! what a catch! >> derek carr through it up to jared cook. it was ruled a touchdown on the field but after review he is down on the half yard line. the raiders got several shots trying to score. there were several penalties on both teams. the raiders finally scored. >> he goes on top again -- touchdown! crabtree! >> no flags on this. michael crabtree caught that to tie the game with a touchdown. giorgio tavecchio came in to pick the extra point. the raiders improve their record to 3-4. >> many football insiders expect marshawn lynch will be fined or suspended from making contact with an official. scott reese has more from the
coliseum. >> reporter: it's a good thing the raiders want this game because it makes the marshawn lynch sideshow that much more benign. lynch was ejected in the second quarter for leaving the sideline , coming onto the field and making contact with an official. he reportedly left the stadium before halftime leaving his coach and teammates to answer questions. >> i was disappointed that he ran out because i knew we had a 15 yard penalty and we would be in good shape. i did not have a chance to have a conversation about it. i told him he can't leave the bench like that and that was about it. >> i saw lynch come out there. that's his cousin. chris long did that thing a couple years ago. he was trying to protect his cousin. they are really close. they are like brothers. he needs to learn. he will learn from that. then he will move forward. >> marshawn lynch is not one to face the media in the best of
times. the raiders are off for the next four days and it could be some time before we get an explanation for what went down at the coliseum. >> lots of talking about that still to come. rain in the bay area and snow in the mountains. more about the overnight weather and what to expect later today. >> reporter: two teenage boys under arrest this morning, accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl.
good morning. thank you for joining us on mornings on 2. it's friday, october 20. i'm dave clark. >> we did see a welcome sight last night. that first rain of the season. it was especially needed in the fire zones and in the santa cruz mountains. this is video from santa rosa where that cool weather is badly needed after the fires over the last two weeks. a high surf advisory is in effect along bay area beaches. dangerous waves up to 20 feet high are expected. the national weather service issued the advisory and they warned to not turn your back to the ocean. the sierra is also getting snow this season along with high wind.
the national weather service has issued a winter weather advisory. people driving and mountain passes are being warned about slippery roads, travel delays and some chain requirements. up to 8 inches is expected at elevations above 8000 feet in the northern sierra. the wind is around 60 miles per hour at the highest peaks. >> steve is right here to talk more about your weather. >> the rain was really good for us. some cold air is moving in in the north and there could be an isolated shower around san jose. there is a lot of cloud cover. the front continues to march south. there is still moving from fort bragg and up to lakeport. some of it try to sneak in over cloverdale and the russian river. there could be a little around kerrville but i think that is the northern extent. you can see a little bit
popping up around fremont, union city and san jose. you can see cloud cover zooming in on a fast jet stream. that will eventually move out. glen ellyn picked up 0.41. san francisco, a third of an inch. lafayette, a quarter inch. sfo and ukiah, they both picked up zero point, they both picked up 0.21. cooler today. 66 in concord today. san jose, 65. the cool air is beginning to move in. 48, lafayette. livermore, upper 40s. wind westerly on northwesterly. better air quality today. there is some isolated snow showers in the sierra.
some isolated activity could fire up a shower or thundershower in the north. the cool air will continue to march through today and we will have partly cloudy skies with better air quality. 60s on the temperatures. good morning. right now we have a commute that's getting busier. this is a look at the richmond bridge approach. traffic here is going to be a little crowded getting out to the richmond bridge. it's not terrible but you will see slowing as you approach the toll plaza on the way to san rafael. also looking at the east shore freeway. westbound toward -- from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze , 25 minutes. i like that time. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. this is a 10-15 minute delay before you make it onto the span. san francisco is crowded but it's not too bad.
a little wet from the rain and windy in some areas. chp has warned us of gusty wind on the altimont past and the benicia bridge. and napa county more evacuation orders are being lifted after the wildfires two weeks ago. the atlas fire is now 87% contained. the tubbs fire, 92% contained after burning 36,000 acres in the calistoga area. the nuns fire has burned more than 54,000 acres and is 84% contained. u.s. senators from oregon, washington state and idaho are responding to the fire emergency with new legislation. they introduced a bipartisan bill to help western states try to prevent catastrophic wildfires. the bill would speed up environmental reviews and also spend more than $100 million to thin out forests in fire prone areas. a disaster aid bill passed by
the house includes almost $577 million to fight wildfires. later this morning some people who were forced to evacuate will be allowed to return to their burned out neighborhoods in santa rosa. >> alex savidge is in the coffey park area. tell us about the people being allowed back into the neighborhoods today. there was a big community meeting last night. tell us about it. >> reporter: there was. the meeting got tense. good morning. we are in santa rosa this morning. starting at 10:00, some people will be allowed to return to some of the hardest hit neighborhoods in the city. that includes the coffey park area where, as you can see, there's really not much standing. evacuees are also going to be allowed access today to the nearby orchard park mobile home community and also the journeys and mobile home park which is
on mendocino avenue. people who live in these neighborhoods will need to get entry passes before hand to get through law enforcement checkpoints that will be set up , or have been set up since the fires in these neighborhoods. they will then be allowed access if they have one of those passes. for those who barely escape the flames in the north bay, this will be the first chance to see what's left of their homes. >> it's still going to be devastating to go in and see everything you belt. all the remodeling we did. the life we had there. the memories we had there. >> why was there no notice at the start of the fires that it was coming? >> reporter: last night there was anger and frustration during this meeting for fire victims and evacuees held in santa rosa. the meeting was meant to focus on the process for allowing people back into their neighborhoods but many in the
crowd instead began to question authorities about the lack of warning they got as this fire raced into town. authorities responded this was an unprecedented catastrophe that they were dealing with. again, later this morning, those who evacuated will be allowed to return to certain neighborhoods including the coffey park area where we are this morning and also the orchard park mobile home community and the journeys and mobile home community. they will be allowed access only for today and tomorrow. that access begins starting at 10:00 this morning. we should also point out that another neighborhood, the fountain grove neighborhood east of highway 101, people have not been allowed to return to that neighborhood. authorities are working on a plan to get evacuees back in there in the next few days. a santa rosa woman was
determined to thank the and protected her and others in a parking lot as the tubbs fire raged around them. >> thank you. >> you are very welcome. >> that was a hug she waited 11 days to give. jennifer arrington shot this video while escaping the tubbs fire. deputy mark aldridge and other deputies were all over the hill evacuating people. fire surrounded them and officer aldrich stopped and waved fleeing cars onto the pavement at a former restaurant. he had everyone cluster their cars together and hunker down inside. officer aldrich admits he was more scared than he left on but did not want anyone to panic and leave. >> some of them tried. there were a couple people. you can tell. you can see it in their face. i said stay here. there was literally no other place to go. >> there were young mothers, one had a four-month-old baby. she was throwing up behind her car. she thought she would see her baby burn.
i hugged her. >> airrington said over those five long hours, the deputies were remarkable. the deputy checked on everyone going from car to car, giving the kids treats. the deputy said he is not a hero. he did what he had to do. half of the schools in the city of santa rosa will reopen next friday. the only santa rosa district campus lost in the fire was hidden valley satellite elementary. cardinal newman high school, a private school, had the most damage losing 20 classrooms, the library and the main office. coming up tonight, the state superintendent will join us live, talking about how the fires affected schools in the north bay and what is next as they try to get students back into the classroom.
two high school football players in the east bay have been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a teenage girl. christien kafton is in concord to tell us what the authorities and what school officials are saying. >> reporter: we will show you some of the schools and how close these schools are to each other. two male students, one from de la salle to the left and the other from ygnacio valley high school have been arrested, accused of raping a student who attends carondelet, and all- girls high school across the street from de la salle. the female student told authorities earlier this week that she had been sexually assaulted last month by two students. she said it happened in an area of unincorporated walnut creek. contra costa county sheriffs department issued a statement saying detectives immediately launched an investigation and confirmed the allegations. two male juvenile suspects were arrested wednesday evening and booked into juvenile hall in
martinez. while de la salle confirms that one of the students arrested is from that's cool, the bay area news group is reporting the second student attends ygnacio valley high school and both are football players. carondelet and de la salle sent notices to families and students notifying them of the incident and the arrest. this is not the first allegation of sexual assault at de la salle. a freshman football player was arrested and later convicted of raping a carondelet student. at this point the investigation is underway and investigators are asking anyone with information to come forward. we are learning more about the san francisco police officer injured after being hit on his bike. coming up we will hear from a man arrested and the reason he said it was an accident. next, would you consider stock in part of the bay area? we will tell you the latest
marketing effort by stockton's airport to attract more business. a futuristic police car may identify suspects before the officers do. we will tell you how artificial intelligence could help fight crime. good morning. if you're driving in the east bay, westbound 24 traffic is moderate as you drive to the tunnel. we will talk more about the morning commute when we come back. most of the rain is done although there are some around in west fremont. other than that, a cool and breezy day.
welcome back to mornings on 2. 6:45 am. the dow jones is up again a quarter of a %. a new record territory. 23,000 2009. a lot of optimism over the senate's move and the budget. this could lead to tax reform. summer earnings come in are not so great. ge is one we will continue to follow. more than 100 service industry workers and community activists took to the streets of san jose yesterday. they are concerned a proposed google campus will cause gentrification and displace longtime residents. the group was made up of cafeteria workers and community organizers. they marked from cesar chavez
plaza to city hall. they fear that google coming to san jose will force the working class out. >> i'm here today because bringing 20,000 people into san jose means traffic, a lot more traffic. they will raise the rent and everything will go up. >> in june, city leaders announced google's plan to develop a complex on the site company. the mixed-use development would be at least 6 million square feet. san jose officials say the city has been planning for high density growth for decades and is looking at building 12,000 housing units in downtown to accommodate the expansion. a commuter shuttle service is shut down in san francisco temporarily after feeling safety inspections. chariot is a service owned by ford motor company that allows commuters to heal a 14 person van to take them to work from their home. the chp said some of the shuttles' drivers did not have valid class b drivers licenses
which are required to drive a bus. chp plans to reinspect the service today. the recent developments, after complaints from some residents about the bands driving their block does the driveways. officials are worried about the company stealing business from public transit. mastercard wants to speed up your time and check out lines and is eliminating the need to sign receipts. mastercard calls it too time- consuming. the decision is up to the discretion of the store. the signature option was used as a security precaution but recent technology such as chips have provided a better method in terms of security. those changes are set to take effect in april. there's a push to change the name of the stockton metropolitan airport and include san francisco in the name. an advisory committee and san joaquin county believes that would help attract business and increase awareness of the airport. supporters believe it would build a connection with the bay
area for their marketing purposes. the board of supervisors will debate the proposal next week. >> that seems weird. they are pretty far out there. let's check in with and 84 look at our next hour. >> i grew up in livermore. in the 80s livermore was far out compared to the bay area. now we are right there in it. >> and it's the san francisco outlet. >> the stockton airport, i get what they are doing. it's not that far. coming up in the next hour we have been talking about the rain many of us all overnight. conditions are better for firefighters in the north and in the santa cruz mountains. we are not in the clear yet we will explain why there is still a spare the air alert for sunday and were things that go from there. when it comes to children and technology, a new study finds how much more time young
children spend on those devices compared to four years ago. those stories and more when i see you in a few minutes. >> we will see you then. is a new crime-fighting tool that could hit the streets soon. you could see that in police cars. >> it's a dashcam or designed to use artificial intelligence. it was introduced this week and it could help authorities find suspects, spot weapons and identify vehicles before the police officer does. the technology sets the table for law enforcement officials to better use video data. departments all over the country are showing interest in using artificial intelligence to help cut down on crime. let's check back in with sal for a look at traffic. good morning. traffic is going to be busy as we are at the peak of the commute. we have a lot of slow traffic at the bay bridge which is typical as you drive into the
city. this is a 15-20 minute wait before you get onto the span. this is a look at the san mateo bridge. you see how clear the weather is. i can see all the way across. that will help the planes at sfo. this is a look at interstate 880 in both directions. traffic is busy but not too bad driving through. southbound 880 slows just after 238 for the drive into union city. if you're driving and to the south bay, silicon valley, it's not too bad right now. a little bit of slowing on 101, 280 and 85 in the usual spots. i remember from dublin to pleasanton to stockton there was nothing. just cows.
sun and clouds. a lot of partly cloudy and partly sunny. most of the rain is done. the system that came by -- sometimes they don't do much -- this one was really good. almost an inch of rain at mount tam. sun and clouds. cooler and breezy. 60s on the coast and bay and inland. a few showers left maybe on the peninsula and the south bay. activity continues to the north. colder unstable air continues to filter in. things are winding down. you try to sneak into the russian river and on the sonoma coast but it fell apart. around fremont and toward milpitas there are a few showers hanging on. a lot of cloud cover that rotates in after the front went through. that will push south and east quickly. rainfall was a gold star.
mount tam, almost an inch. berkeley, a third of an inch. fremont and oakland, all at a quarter or higher. st. helena, three quarters of an inch. mount diablo, three quarters of an inch. then loman and the santa cruz mountains, 0.38. some observations had around a half inch. 40s and 50s for the temperatures. upper 40s on the peninsula. stanford and menlo park and atherton in the 40s. if you're on the 280 quarter, about a quarter inch of rain. higher toward higher elevations. a westerly breeze on northwest for most today. truckee, 48. 51, sacramento. light snow in truckee but things are about done.
i seen 30 mile per hour gusts on lake tahoe. the winter weather advisory goes until 11:00. the snow is mainly about 6000 feet. you can see some of that colder air moving into the north. for us, a mixed fax of sun and clouds. most of the rain will and. the cooler weather is filling in. partly cloudy and breezy. sunny and warmer conditions begin on sunday. after wednesday, there is a typhoon heading toward japan. wind at 90 miles per hour. once it starts moving northward into colder waters and comes across the pacific, that is something to watch. 60s and 70s for temperatures today. one of the coolest days we've seen but it will warm up as we go into the weekend. political turmoil having an effect on health insurance. coming up. how many people no longer have coverage and will the trend
>> veronica by elvis costello, name that tune. a special song with someone's name in it go ahead and hit me up on social media. find me on twitter facebook or instagram. someone's name must be in the title. a new survey finds the number of adults in the country without health insurance is way up according to the share care well-being index the number is up by nearly 3.5 million this year. the survey suggests rising premiums and political turmoil over healthcare are undermining recent coverage gains under obamacare. experts predict this number will continue to climb even though sign-up season starts november 1. the north bay
fires did not just endanger people and homes. some rescuers risked their lives to save hundreds of animals from the flames now many of those animals are going home. as tom vacar tells us this includes house pets, livestock and some animals like these. spoke this afternoon at the fairgrounds which has been welcoming rescue animals volunteers prepared to take domesticated himalayan yaks and longhorn highland cattle back to sonoma. >> we came together and we have pulled out hundreds of animals. 100 cows, 50 goats and sheep and pigs and rabbits and horses. we have gotten so many animals out.>> they beam with pride. >> i have nicknamed them
because they were going into the fires. we had people pulling horses out of fields in flames. >> it is critical for rescuers to get the animals out as soon as possible. >> the rate at which the fire was advancing was just pretty surprising. it covered a couple of miles in one and a half hours so there are areas where it was risky to get in and get out. >> one of the lessons is that there needs to be people who are willing to rescue animals be properly certified so they can easily get through police lines to do the rescues. the places that take the animals also must be certified to make sure they are well cared for. >> a lot of these animals are caged. some owners turn them loose in
a last-ditch effort. >> tom vacar, ktvu fox 2 news. later today people who evacuated during the north bay wildfires last week will be allowed to return home to some of the hardest hit neighborhoods in santa rosa. we will tell you what areas those are and what they are hoping to find. this is "ktvu mornings on 2" we have made it to friday, i'm gasia mikaelian good morning, i'm dave clark. it is feeling good. a nice cool breeze. steve paulson here to talk about the weather. >> we are happy to have the rain. >> i was so thrilled, thank goodness. >> the first system made it and it left impressive totals. the cooler air is filling in with cloud