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garcia how does it feel, the weather at your house right now. because nice in mind that i'm sure we will spend a good amount of time outdoors for the next few days. >> kyla grogan's it for steve. the rest of the weekend kind of hot. >> today is going to be that kind of universal nice, it will be lovely, temporal but then we will see a warm-up. some people like those upper 80s even 90s. i don't know that people like that 97 degree range. a live look outside. if you look at that tree above your screen you can see we have got the wind out there this morning. this guys are quite beautiful. santa rosa 4854 oakland. livermore 53. san jose 53 pet onshore flow happening. gusting about 18 miles per hour
. today 23 mile-per-hour sustained when f s fo. the rest of the day not bad. a little wind about 12 miles per hour. fairfield 16. everybody else calm. the wind is because of a low pressure to our north. there were a few clouds across the bay area that are now clearing. those early morning clouds are giving way to some beautiful sunshine. some very temperate numbers far temperatures. slightly cooler yesterday. coast low 60s, low 70s. upper 70s as we had inland. do those temperatures go up over the next five, seven days? yes they do. will take talk about it later in your forecast. kyla, we do have a problem on the bay bridge to talk about. that would be because of a car that was on fire.
i want to show you how slow traffic is on the bridge. three lanes are open but two right lanes are still close. on westbound bay bridge all the way to the middle of the suspension span. as the island and the traffic is backed up all the way back to the toll plaza. you can see it there. it's backed up to the toll plaza. when you get to the toll plaza the lights are on extra slow and it looks just like a bad pre-pandemic commute. you do not want any part of this, you want to go around. use another bridge like this in manteo. don't use the bay bridge. this my take an hour to unwind. if you can put the san francisco trip of a couple of hours it will help you. 7:02 >> we are still following breaking news from pakistan. that's where a passenger plane with 98 people on board went down this morning and crashed.
at least two survivors have been found. the pakistan international airlines plane crashed early today near karachi, pakistan. the early reports that 107 people were on the plane. we just had an update from the civil aviation authority. that number is at least 91 passengers and seven crew numbers but again the information still coming in. the pilot of the airbus a320 plane made a made a call saying it was having technical problems just before the crash. the plane crashed and destroyed at least five or six homes. we have not heard about any injuries or deaths on the ground. again, this investigation is just getting underway. will keep bringing you updates as soon as we get them in. there are two more does being reported in vallejo at a nursing home. the death toll at the windsor vallejo care center is 13. 99 other residents mac and 37
staff members have tested positive for covid-19. that is more than 80% of the residents and staff at the nursing home. most of them are asymptomatic red county and public health officials are working with the staff and management to contain the outbreak now to a window where a nursing home is being investigated after's several patients die from covid-19. at least for patients at the orinda care center have died from the coronavirus. 50 others have been infected. the contra costa county district attorney's office in the california department of justice are investigated. >> 7:04. santa clara county be becomes the last county to move into phase two. elissa harrington is here now. tell us about it. good morning, alyssa but >> good morning, david just in time for graduation car parades are allowed again in santa clara county. the amended softcurbside sales
museums and outdoor historical sites can open with safety modifications. manufacturing can continue with proper social distancing and face coverings are still required at any business and on public transit. >> i am super happy that we are finally getting to this point. it is frustrating to watch other counties open. >> restrictions eases the number of new corona virus cases is down. the number of hospitalizations is also declining. dr. sara cody acknowledge efforts of residents who helped get to this point. she said the community stayed home, they follow social distancing guidelines which allow them to make progress on containing the spread of covid-
19. she said hospitals are staffed and ready to take patients if needed. reporting live, i am alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. >> you can get information on all of the counties reopening with the ktvu news app. it is a running list of what is open and we are. >> santa clara county has put out a call for volunteers who are needed for a pandemic project. the county is looking to build a workforce of more than 1000 people for contact tracing in an effort to stop the spread of covid-19 for the volunteers would help investigate virus cases and identify patients who may have been exposed >> while we shelter in place people only come into contact with the four or five people on average who live in their home and their immediate community. we expect that a shelter in place is less it people are going to have more contact and that's why we need to be able to have a larger workforce to reach those folks.
>> santa clara county health agency say they have a particular need for by lingual volunteers >> the time is 7:06. san francisco has a creative way to help with social distancing this weekend. check out the parks. some people call these new markings human parking spaces. they are circles six feet apart to make sure you do not get too close to someone else but will be able to find them in popular parks like the little marina green, washington park in north beach, dolores park and the mission district. we also wanted to put it four separate corners of the city. it is a pilot program i wanted to see how it would work out for memorial day weekend. >> these human parking places are gone at no cost. the recreation and parks department uses a truck normally used to mark sports fields in san francisco.
cohabiting today the california highway patrol is beginning its memorial day weekend maximum enforcement. still encouraging drivers to stay home. the extra safety patrols will run from 6:00 tonight until midnight monday. the chp is urging those who do have to travel to contact their state they are heading to for any local restrictions or guidelines for visitors. enforcement is also seatbelt usage >> numbers from oakland airport show a dramatic drop in travel due to the pandemic. officials reported 96% drop in passengers due to the month of april compared to last year. normally the airport gets really crowded after memorial day when the summer travel season began. it is still too early to know when more people will start flying again. stops open slightly lower on wall street pretty economies say investors are concerned about increased tensions between the u.s. and china.
you can see the dow jones is down by more than one half of 1% losing about 150 points per the s&p is down one third of a %. the nasdaq is showing a much smaller loss. time is 7:01. make that 7:09. you threw me up and i was ready to talk about steve but steve is off today and kyla is here with our forecast >> yes steve may well be sleeping still. it is entirely possible. i hope you got a good nights sleep. let's talk weather. it's going to be a beautiful day but i wanted to start with a look at some of the buoys that are offshore. we have wind rolling in. you can see 38 mile-per-hour winds, 36 miles per hour, right off the coast in the bay area. there's actually a gale warning out there. that is what's bringing some of that wind. sfo is 23 miles per hour. pretty, everywhere else.
fairfield 60 miles per hour. temperatures very lovely. beautiful skies. 50 degrees in nevada. alejo 55. good morning, hayward, 50 degrees. fremont about 51. 53 san francisco and palo alto 53. one more stop down south 54 in santa clara. 31 in san jose. these are the average highs. you see the ones in the white on the left side. santa rosa the average high is 76. today 78. oakland normally about 68, we will be 73 today. livermore usually upper 70s, 76 today. san jose spot on average at 75 degrees today. that will be a lovely day. things change a bit as we get
towards the weekend. high pressure building in and that means we are going to heat up. sunny and above average temperatures. that turns into upper 80s on sunday. that is just the beginning of a big warm-up on the way. yesterday, we were 80s in a couple of spots. today we will get in the upper 70s. saturday you warm-up, sunday into monday, tuesday wednesday. these are the monday temperatures for santa rosa 95. san francisco 79. san jose, 90. we have got a big warm-up on the way. i will talk more about that when we come back in a bit. >> kyla, thank you. 7:11 leavened bread and oakland family claims that her landlord for some all of their home right in the middle of the pandemic with the illegal notice that was issued and how the city of oakland is responding. the people accused of kidnapping and murdering a bay area tech industry. executive. what led authorities to th suspect.
suspects worked for the tech executive. deputies say he was kidnapped from his house, forced into a car, take it to the santa cruz mountains and there he was shot to death. >> they came there to take monetary items and they were armed with a rifle. i think that really speaks for a lot in itself of the violence of this act and the violence of the situation. >> authorities say interviewers with coworkers ultimately led the investigators to the four suspects. now they are facing charges of murder, kidnapping and robbery. >> the city of san jose is extending its moratorium during this pandemic. they extended the eviction and repayment. until june 30. landlords are prohibited from evict tenants. residents have six months from the end of the moratorium to pay
i'll make this clear sorry. renters have six months from the end of the moratorium to pay one half the past due rent and then an additional six months to pay off the remaining half >> time is 7:50. people in oakland say they were kicked out of their houses in the middle of the pandemic. however, a top city official says it was all a scam. some people found this red tag notice outside their home on congress avenue in east oakland late last month. the notice claimed that the homes were unsafe because of foundation damage, wood rot and plumbing problem. the notices even have the name of the real city inspector. >> he did not issue this red type but he was working remotely that day. so the fraudulent red tag to force the families out of their homes at this very vulnerable time. this behavior is shocking at any time. it is particularly shocking during this covid-19 crisis.
>> the city of oakland filed a lawsuit against the property owners who officials say traumatize their tenets by removing all of the tenants possessions. the tenant say they have since been allowed to stay at the property and their belongings have been returned. the city of oakland is asking for restraining order blocking the homeowners from any further harassment of the tenants. >> japan wants to encourage people to visit once again. the country is offering to pay for part of the people's trip at the japan tour agency says the government has set aside $12.5 billion to cover one half of visitors expenses. the program could start as early as july. details are still being worked out >> very interesting. time is now 7:17. we have a lot to talk about in traffic around the bay area. you are talking about a major problem on the bridges and the
road >> that's right. they have finally cleared the problem on that bridge with the car fire. this fire was bl if you look at the bridge traffic, it is beginning to move. the last time i showed it to you it was stopped. people were not moving. but to they cleared a and because it is lighter than usual traffic, it is beginning to move now. at the toll plaza we still have a backup here. you can see it is backed up. although if you give it another hour it should be fine. this is something we cannot say, before the pandemic, we would have been done for the day. in fact this backup may have lingered until noon. i have a feeling that this backup is going to dissipate probably by 8:30 you will be good to go. 7:18. let's bring in kyla who is filling in for steve >> thank you, sal. they have some lovely weather outside their cars. we have he on the way. today is going to be gorgeous. let's start off at a look at what's happening today.
napa 76. oakland 73. while the cree 78 san jose 75. by the time we get to to state napa 94, oakland 96, walnut creek's 97, san jose 95. we start off today with a lovely day. current temperature is 74 in santa rosa, 57 in oakland, san jose 55 degrees. we have had a few clouds pass overhead. beautiful clearing and that is courtesy of a low pressure system that is to the north of us. not that strong. it does not have a huge influence other than a few clouds this morning and the fact we will be a degree or two cooler than we were yesterday. sunny day, very nice day. looking out for 60s at the coast to upper 70s inland. as high pressure builds in, we will see a dramatic warm up. as we head towards the weekend we will see upper 80s even potentially 90s. monday, tuesday and wednesday
with the heat. today will be upper 70s mostly for inland. we had off to the races. by the time we get to monday monday santa rosa 95, 98 concord. 90 in san jose. these are the forecast ties today. we are not there yet. we've got a nice breeze out there. dutiful, seasonable day pin 68, san francisco. we will see some upper 70s and places for concord. harris extended forecast. a warm weekend and then the holiday will be downright hot if you're inland. even if you are at the bay where talking 83 degrees. 74 out at the coast. it continues monday, tuesday and wednesday. we do not see a cool day until later in the week. no rain in the forecast either. back to you. >> kyla, thank yoork.
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good morning a plane with almost 100 people on board crashed today in pakistan. we have details of the search happening right now for survivors. memorial day weekend will be a lot different because of the coronavirus. we'll tell you some of the restrictions in place for the holiday. from ktvu fox 2 this is news on to >> welcome to mornings on 2. i
am dave clark . >> good morning to you i am gasia mikaelian. i know you have a long history on the stage. i thought of you when i shared a little video from the movie of oklahoma. oh what a beautiful morning. oh what a beautiful day. >> yes, what a great sediment today. it is a beautiful morning right now. it's going to be a beautiful day today print a little warm but we will get to that. a live look outside, you can see sfo. look at the bottom of your screen to see the leaves blowing. we've go wind happening. particularly out at the coast. curren temperature in san francisco 52 degrees. 48 senna rose up in oakland 54. livermore 53. san jose 55 degrees. sfo about 23 miles per hour half-moon bay 80 miles per hour.
the onshore flow will be with us as we go throughout the day today. in fact we do have a marine warning out there, gale warning for boaters out there today. low pressure to the north of us is causing that win. it also sends a few clouds across the area. we will see some gorgeous blue skies, sunshine, slightly cooler than yesterday. temperatures in our inland communities will reach into the upper 70s. we do have a very, very dramatic warm-up on the way. we will talk about that when we come back in a bit. i'm going to send it back over to sal who is keeping his eye on the traffic >> do not let this apprise you. we have a big backup on the bay bridge this morning. that is because of an earlier car fire. they have opened it up and the bridge is better but look at all the slow traffic this might surprise you. you are thinking of i will just headed to the city real quick. there's not going to be anything quick about this. you will be waiting here for at
least a half hour. they started speeding up the metering lights and the traffic on the bridge has improved that one point it was stop and go across the entire things are better so they should start easing up those metering lights and letting more people through soon. 7:32. >> we continue to follow breaking news out of pakistan where a passenger plane with 98 people on board crashed and so far at least two survivors have been found. the pakistan international airlines flight crashed early this morning near the city of karachi. officials say there were 91 passengers and seven crew members on board. initial reports that there were no survivors but again at this point we know of at least two. the pilot made a made a call saying he was expressing technical problems before the crash. the plane destroyed five or six
homes. no word yet on any injuries or deaths on the ground. we are working to get new information. >> are right times 7:33. new this morning in the east bay. two chp officers were shaken up but they are okay. their patrol car was hit by another car on the freeway early this morning. it happened about 1:30 this morning in hayward in the southbound lands lanes of 880. there was overnight construction work when they were hit by another car >> they were just there making sure that the motoring public saw that the closure was there and making sure that the workers were safe. >> no one was hurt but the chp says just a reminder, there is freeway construction and in several parts of the bay area and drive safely especially when you see those workers out there >> meantime firefighters in east oakland investigating a fire that damaged the house and a trailer. it started about 5:40 on 86 avenue near plymouth street.
because the power lines to go down in the neighborhood but firefighters got it under control before 6:00 a.m. so far there is no word of any injuries. also news this morning, the santa clara fire department investigating an overnight vegetation bar. the call came in about 11:30 from near el camino real in the juarez expressway. when firefighters got there they found the fire was spreading to an adult bookstore. a gas meter was also on fire. they were able to put the flames out quick and make sure there was not any danger involving that gas line. they are still investigating how the fire started. go happening today santa clara county judge the rest of the bay area and relaxing shelter in place orders. santa clara becomes the final bay area to enter phase 2 which allows some businesses to reopen on a limited basis. it includes curbside sales of nonessential stores.
people visiting business's is require people to wear face cover things whenever they are in public places including parks. you can get information on all the bay area counties that are now reopening to the ktvu dues app and where keeping a running list right near the top of the page. >> 7:30. a casino north of sacramento is back in business this morning. it is making a lot of gamblers happy across northern california. >> i just wanted to go out and do something. we've been stuck at home for so long >> this is the first thing i've heard of that is open for entertainment but i one 500 bucks >> it is the hard rock casino in yuba county. it reopen for the first time in two months. everyone who went in has to go undergo a temperature check for the casino owner says there's plenty of other new measures to
keep everybody safe >> we have all kinds of sanitizer stations all around our properties. we reduced our gaming op occupancy by 50%. every other slot machine is turned off to keep everyone distant .>> the hard rock is a tribal casino. many legal experts say it is not required to follow the states reopening guidelines. the court time is a: 37. because of public ethics restricted many of memorial day events have been moved online. something else is changing with how people are spending the holiday weekend. that's bringin ktvu allie rasmus to explain what people can and cannot do as we look ahead to the weekend. >> good morning for starters many of the bay area museums, historic spots that typically offer memorial day events and
ceremonies have moved a lot of those things online this year. including the presidio. this would have been the historic military cemetery 152nd memorial day ceremony but the in person event has been canceled. they will host a commemoration virtually on monday. the uss hornet museum in alameda remains close. they are providing information for families to download. skyline memorial park in san mateo where many veterans are buried will live stream it's memorial day ceremony on sunday for the u.s. san francisco will have a virtual program and video message. memorial day is also a time to take advantage of the three-day weekend to travel out of town. for the first time in 20 years aaa will not issue a memorial day travel forecast but they usually try to estimate how many people will hit the road for the three-day weekend. this year aaa says the data is not reliable enough to do that.
psychologists say the changes this year are having an impact on everyone >> this is a time to not only reflect on what is the summer going to look like for me to go i think it is incumbent for all of us to try to navigate this new world of being home all the time. >> san francisco carnival parade which also happens every memorial day weekend will be held online. there'll be a live stream. four people stay close to home and wanting to get outside, if you're heading to sausalito to shop curbside are taken the beautiful views of the golden gate, the city has decided to open two of its city parking lots to a comment of accommodate all the crowds expected there. most ebay regional parking lots remain closed and they are remaining closed at least through march 31 to discourage large clout crowds. however hiking and biking trails will be live.
reporting live, allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. kyla talking about our weather for the day and for the rest of the weekend. .>> yes it will be a beautiful day out there today. if people want to get out they will have a wonderful day to do that. we have a little breeze out there. i wanted to start out by looking at the buoys right now that are of shower. offshore. we have a gale warning. you can say we have winds gusting about 36 miles per hour and you can see the wave heights there eight to 10 feet as well. some of the when making its way into the shore. 23 miles per hour at sfo. not too bad around the rest of the day. the wind will be with us throughout the day today.
current temperatures 48 degrees in santa rosa, 52 hennepin aloma, 46 in mill valley. good morning to you and oakland, 57. 55 in dublin, fremont 52. san mateo 55. san francisco 54. a little further south santa clara 57 degrees. saratoga 52. 55 in san jose. the average highs, santa rosa 76 this time a year. 78 today. san francisco will be 76. we get into the weekend. high pressure builds in and we start to see temperatures warm up. by saturday well above average. are in-line communities going into those mid 80s. look at the upper 80s on sunday. that is just the beginning of a warm-up that is coming our way. by the time we get to sunday, monday, tuesday, wednesday. temperatures, those are monday temperatures on the right side of your screen, upper 90s. we will talk more about that in just a bit. >> thank you. 7:41 for the family of an
african-american man killed while jogging in georgia is demanding justice. how police say the person reporting the killing was involved in the man's death semi coming up in the next hour. no spoilers just yet. the night asia was crowned the winner of the mask singer. it was the first woman during the show. helping teens and their families cope with the new normal. this morning will talk with a bay author about her book.
torrential rains in michigan cause to dance to fail. it has caused devastating flooding and in fact accusations in midland a city of 40,000 people. the governor says these failures highlight and infrastructure problem that is caused problems in the state now for many years. >> obviously we are focused on people had to deal with let's coming into their homes. we all pay when infrastructure fails. >> the floodwaters are not expected to reseed soon.
evacuation order will likely remain through the entire holiday we can >> a new development in in the case of ahmaud arbery. a third suspect was arrested. william brian to videotape the deadly confrontation and the killing. now he is facing a charge of felony murder. prosecutors say brian may have used his car to block and arbitrary. he first talked about his role during a tv interview. >> i've never been involved in anything like that before. complete shock. i did not know how to feel. >> two other suspects gregory mcmichael and his son, travis, are charged with felony murder. they claim they thought arbor he was a burglar.
company says a woman who worked in aware house outside cleveland ohio has died. she tested positive on april 30 and died on monday. a amazon warehouse workers have now died of covid-19 including one employee at the warehouse in . a polo finds more than 4400 americans waited weighed in on this issue. 46% said they would be less willing to take a coronavirus vaccine that president trump says is safe. a quarter of those surveyed said they would be skeptical about the vaccine safety based on how quickly was developed. there is a warning to be wary about what you read on twitter about the coronavirus pandemic. there is also some good news
about preventing the spread of the virus. pam cook is back with today's dollars and cents. pam. >> good morning. in an interview with npr dr. anthony fauci says the results from the vaccine trials look promising for that sent stock up this morning as well as other healthcare and biotech stocks when the opening bell rang this morning. however, the ongoing tensions between the u.s. and china offset some of that good news. that is taking stocks down. ahead of a long holiday weekend where the stock markets will be closed on monday for memorial day. taking a live look at the new york stock exchange right now. down across the board just less than a quarter of a %. a third of a % down less than a 100 points for the dow. slightly down for the s&p 500 and the nasdaq as well.
taco bell has announced her plans to hire at least 30,000 employees this summer for the fast food chain says a wide variety of jobs will be opening up at taco bell's across the country. taco bell says many of the new positions will involve the countries companies increased efforts to protect both staff and customers during the pandemic. a new report says almost half of twitter account spreading messages about the coronavirus are fake. researchers studied more than 200 million tweets about the virus. it says 45% were likely set by false accounts. it appeared to be aimed at spreading fear and mistrust >> they include unproven and sometimes dangerous cures and false conspiracy theories. delta airlines announcing measures it is taking to protect passengers during the coronavirus pandemic but the airline is adding new plexiglas shields at check-in and departure gate counters at airports around the country to protect employers and passengers.
it is using electrostatic sprayers to sanitize their planes. those prayers were first used on flights from asia to the u.s. back in february february. now they will be used on all flights. that is a look at your dollars and cents. >> all right, thank you pam. were talking about traffic this morning. i am looking at the bay bridge and it does look like traffic is still going to be busy on the bay bridge. as a matter of fact, i can pull it up here just to look at the toll plaza. as you're going into san francisco you should know that traffic is going to be slow. why is it so slow? we had an earlier car fire that blocked three lanes at one point but at one point they actually had all the leads close. it was a pretty big fire and then they opened up the lien slowly. traffic was backed up all the
way across the bridge. now it is backed up for a 15 to 20 minute delay on the toll plaza. if you want to use the san mateo bridge it looks better there heading out towards the west end. you can see them at higher macarthur maze traffic is okay. there have been no major issues in the south bay this morning. 7:51 filling in for steve it is kyla. good morning everybody. we've got a beautiful day on tap . a big warm-up on the web and let's get to it but expecting nice highs today bed napa 76 oakland 73. 70 walnut creek. 75 in san jose by tuesday, napa 94. oakland 86. walnut creek 97. san jose 895. that is the 20 degree jump and we are not there yet. temperatures will be moderate at 52 degrees in san francisco. 48 santa rosa nappy 50. walnut creek 55. 55 in san jose. we have a little wind out there
from the onshore flow. we are starting to get some beautiful clearing in. courtesy of a low pressure system to our north. that system is not strong enough to really cool us down or bring us any rain that it will keep a degree or two cooler today than we were yesterday. that's about it as far as it's affected today we will see sunshine and upper 70s. 60s out of the cause. this is a strong high pressure that will allow this warm-up to happen. it will send stormy weather arraigned to the north of us. inland we will see upper 80s and even 90s. he monday through wednesday. yesterday we saw spots hit the 80s. today we will pull back in the upper 70s. some of these inland communities, santa rosa 95. concord 98. san francisco 79 degrees.
san jose 90. today really nice. it will be a little breezy out there. nice 70s. san francisco about 68. santa rosa 78. 75 san jose. here is your extended forecast. it shows the real warm-up as muchly as we get in the monday the holiday. inland 97. around the bay 83. close 74. monday, tuesday and wednesday before we finally start to fall back. more trash dumped on oakland street. why the coronavirus is blamed for the dirty streets. then, an 86-year-old wildfire survivor finally home again after almost 3 years after the fire. we will show you the big celebration during the pandemic. first, one of san francisco icon it tech arrears will be back in business when the la tech korea in the mission district will reopen but with some restrictions.
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he plans to pay has a place for the rest of your and keep the restaurant closed for safety regions. over the past few weeks marv's employees encouraged him to reopen for the first time in almost 2 years us in francisco police officer is back on the job after he lost his leg in a car accident. he is patrolling the streets again. he has a prostatic leg. it was a tough journey for him in june 2018 he was driving home to the central valley after a long 12 hour shift, fell asleep at the wheel. when he he was about to hit another car so he made a sharp turn, rolled his car several times and was seriously hurt. >> it is hard still. i take pride on making sure that my family is taken care of. for me not to be able to do that was a huge hit. to my confidence, i just needed
to get back but it was something internal that was just pushing me. because the officer says the fellow officer who started a nonprofit doubt veterans gave him the support and training to get back to the job. he says he is grateful for all the help including from his older brother who is also with the san mateo police department. he encourages other people going through a tough time find the strength within you. >> the santa clara das office has a new staff member. take a look at personal a 2- year-old lab court dog. he will also sit with children and adults with developmental disabilities to help them stay calm while they are being question or during their testimony. he will be handled by two victim advocates. dogs are used more than in more than a dozen counties across our state >> breaking news out of pakistan. an airliner at attempting to
land crashes in a busy neighborhood for the search for survivors. santa clara county enters phase 2. what residents will now be able to do starting today. as we prepare to honor the men and women who died serving our country what san francisco is doing to keep it will add a safe distance during the holiday. from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2. >> good morning, everyone paid welcome back to good morning son two. feeling good and i friday. let's check in with gasia mikaelian real quick. what's your vibe, how are you doing? >> i'm worried that we have to buy a new microwave and my husband will have to figure out how to install it himself but other than that, i think we are okay. anyway this is the we could to break up the grill. not just because it is memorial day weekend but because the weather allows us to do that. i take a lot of us will be
outdoors quite a bit but >> i know i'm going to be out on the patio after the show is done. it's going to be gorgeous day out there but i hope everybody else to get outside a little today too. this is a live look at sfo. we had some breeze going. you can see the tree blowing. it is calmed a little bit pensive physical 52. 53 santa rosa. oakland 55. livermore 55. 58 in san jose. gusting about 17 miles per hour at half moon bay and 17 miles per hour at sfo for the rest of the bay area looking pretty good. we do have a low pressure system to the north of us. that is driving a little of the when this morning and also brought a few clouds earlier this morning. we have just got some really pretty blue skies out there.
today get ready for some sunshine and some beautiful temperatures. low 60s out at the coast. low 70s around the bay. upper 70s inland. it will be a dig gree or two cooler than it was yesterday. a very big warm-up on the way. i will talk more about that in a bit. actually sal, were going to sell. >> yes ma'am. i'm here for you kyla. we're still looking at the bay bridge which might surprise you if you are trying to drive into san francisco bay is usually very light at this morning it is not. is because of an earlier car fire traffic is backed up all the way back it is clearing out quickly because we don't have the volume. we have also heard reports of a lot of slow traffic on 24.catch you by surprise. the rest of the bay area he is not getting the traditional commutes but it is 8:02 brothers go back to mike.
a jetliner with 98 people on board crashed into a very crowded neighborhood. we do know at this point two people have been found alive. at pakistan airline crashed early this morning. video on social media. to show the jet flying low over the residential area with flames shooting from one of its engines. the pilot of the airbus a320 was trying to land when he made a made a call saying he lost an engine. the plane reportedly destroyed at least five homes. it is not clear if any of the bodies recovered are passengers or people who live in the neighborhood. we will continue to bring you breaking news is we get it >> there are two more desk being reported in vallejo at a nursing home. the death toll at the windsor
vallejo care center stands at their date. 99 other residents and 37 staff members have tested positive. that's more than 80% of the residents and staff at the nursing home. most of them are asymptomatic. county and public health leaders are working with the staff and management there to try to contain the outbreak now to orinda where a nursing home is being investigated. at least four other patients have died from covid-19 and 50 others have been infected for the contra costa county district attorney's office and the california department of justice are investigating. somatic starting today santa clara county will begin allowing curbside retail sales. santa clara county now joining the rest of the bay area and entering phase 2. elissa harrington joins us live. i can imagine some business owner still a bit frustrated here. >> yes in fact this one business owner who runs a comic book store in san jose says his business is down 90% but he
wants foot traffic back inside his shop so he thinks he found a loophole for allowing customers back in by also selling essential items. listen to this but >> while i've got bounty, i've got toilet paper, i've got clorox, i've got clorox wipes. who has those? i've got lots and lots of different kinds of beans. i've got top ramen. >> the amended shelter in place order only allows retail businesses to do curbside sales but this owner helps by also selling essential items like food and toiletries he can invite customers inside pretty converted a section into what looks like a convenience store. police tell him he cannot open this way, he said he will offer curbside pickup instead. >> the important thing is the business stay safe. it is not important so much what they sell, it's are you safe. we are safe. we have always been safe.
because santa clara county's public health officer lifted some restrictions because of the number of new coronavirus's has gone down and the number of hospitalizations is also declining. retail stores from toys to clothing can allow curbside sales. car parades are no longer band than manufacturing can continue with certain modifications including proper social distancing. the face coverings are still required at any businesses santa clara county and on public transit. reporting live, i am elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you for that. you can get information with the tray to news app. there's a running list of what is opening there at the top of the page. >> santa claire county has put out a call for volunteers bit county is slowly looking to build a workforce of more than 1000 people for contact tracing.
the volunteers would help investigate virus cases and identify those patients who may be exposed. >> while we shelter in place, people only tend to come into contact with the four or five people on average you live in their home and their immediate community. we expected a shelter in place is lessened and people will have more contact. that's why we need to be able to have a larger workforce to be able to reach those folks as well. because santa clara county health agencies say they have a need for bilingual volunteers. >> san francisco is offering up a creative way to help with social distancing this coming memorial day weekend. some people are calling these markings at city parks human parking spaces. they are circles based at least six feet apart to make sure part goers do not get too close to each other. you'll be able to find them at marina green, washington park and dolores park in the city's
mission district. >> we also wanted to put it in separate corners of the city because this is a pilot program. we wanted to see how it would work out for memorial day weekend. >> these human parking spaces are being at no cost to the city. it is using the chalk they would normally used to mark sports fields there in san francisco. happening today the california highway patrol begins its maximum enforcement. because it is memorial day weekend. the extra safety patrols run from 6:00 this evening to midnight on monday. chp is urging those who do plan to travel to contact the state they're heading to to get information on local restrictions or guidelines for visitors. the focus on enforcement will be seatbelt usage. >> airport officials say and 96% drop in passengers this
year compared to last year. typically the airport becomes much more crowded after memorial day we compared the airport says it is still too early to know when more people will start flying once again. several years ago when the staycation became all the rage. people staying close to home. kylie said the only option we have this weekend but thankfully we live in a gorgeous area and go yes we do. and you can be thankful for that but i was doing a zoom call with friends from new york who are stuck in their apartments. it'sbeautiful outdoors we get to take advantage of when we can. today will be one of those days. i want to talk about what is happening offshore. we have a gail warning mean meaning there is wind coming across the water. took a look at desperate 36 miles per hour right now.
that is a little breezy. we certainly start to see that as we move inland. half-moon 70 miles per hour. the rest of the bay area not too bad. it is that onshore flow that is going to be with us throughout the day today. kurt temperatures right now for 52 degrees mill value 48. oakland 59. fremont 54. lots of nice comfortable 50s there this morning. palo alto 55. san jose 57 degrees is are the average height. santa rosa 76 is your average. today 78. right around average. san francisco will be two degrees above average at 68. oakland 73. 76 in livermore bread 75 in san jose. this weekend we will start to feel a warm-up coming our way. i saturday those inland communities are looking upper minis. as we get to sunday
let's turn that in the upper 80s and it goes even further from there everyone. yesterday we saw a few spots it low 80s. today will see upper 70s. saturday we start to warm up again. by the time we get to monday santa rosa looking for a high of 95. san jose 90. we are going to talk a little bit more about that in your extended forecast. i will be back in a little bit >> all right, kyla thank you. and oakland family claims their landlord forced them right out of their home in the middle of the pandemic but they illegal notice that was issued and how the city of oakland is not responding. new information about the people accused of kidnapping and murdering a bay area tech industry executive. after the break what led authorities to the suspects.
victories. jerry sloan was 78 years old. the santa cruz sheriff's office has new details about the kidnapping and murder of a tech executive. deputies say four says bikes are currently in custody. two of the suspects worked for tech executive to shar heart rate who also ran a cannabis business. he was kidnapped from his home, forced into a vehicle and then taken to the santa cruz mountains where he was shot to death. >> they came there to take monetary items. they were armed with a rifle so i think the really speaks for a lot in itself. >> authorities said interviews with coworkers ultimately led investigators to the four suspect they nofakland say they
were kicked out of their homes in the middle of the covid-19 pandemic for the top city official says it was all a scam. people found red tag notices outside their homes late last month for the notice said the homes were unsafe due to foundation damage, wood rot and plumbing. the notices even have the name of the real inspector. >> he did not issue the fraudulent red tag to force these families out of their homes in a very vulnerable time. this behavior is shocking at any time. it is particularly shocking during the covid-19 crisis.. officials say traumatize the tenant by removing all the tenant's possession. the tenants said they have since been allowed to stay in the property. the city is asking for a restraining order to block the homeowners from further
harassing the tenants. >> the city says sewage has once again spilled right into lake tanner scott. a pipe got clogged and overflowed it to the lake. a video shows a similar spell from lester for the shelter in space order met people are allowed to walk in the park but many other activities are not allowed. oakland is increasing efforts to pick up garbage and debris that has been dumped illegally around the city. staffing have bid reduced by 70%. public works says staffing is almost fully restored. >> we are strengthening. in particular our garbage blitz cruise. about a year and a half ago the city started piloting where we were not just responding to service requests but also proactively going out to known hotspots and major corridors and picking up everything we could find. go the city is asking people to
help identify areas where this is trashed by reporting illegal dumping to oak 311. it is 8:17. some of you may be hitting the road. the court is a whole different kind of light. i'm looking around to see how long it took for the bay bridge to clear out after opened up delays. it took a while, i think it is 7:30. there you go. it is gone almost a little early but almost gone by 8:35 there was a backup on the bridge. this is what happens. even where there are big backups they go away really quickly. if this happened pre-pandemic this would be a problem until 11:00 in the morning. >> if you are not driving into san francisco you're good to go but there been no major problems otherwise. also a problem on highway 24. those things are clearing up.
when things get out of the way that's when things clear up at the san mateo bridge looks okay and so does the dunbar bridge. a live look at northbound 280 in san jose that looks pretty good but weather will be just a little cooler today says kyla who is filling in for steve. >> yes speaking of clearing how about those beautiful clear skies. good morning everybody. we're going to have some beautiful temperatures today. very seasonable today and then we are going to see a big warm- up on the way. let's start out with what you're going to see today. hi today knapp about 76 degrees. 73 and oakland. 75 in san jose. that sounds fantastic) look what happens here between now and tuesday. by tuesday napa high of 94. walnut creek a high of 97. san jose high of 95 degrees. we have got extreme heat coming our way. we're not there yet. it is beautiful out there. 53 at santa rosa and navarro. 56 walnut creek.
58 in san jose. san francisco 54 degrees. a few clouds rolled through this might but they are cleared out. now we are seeing beautiful, blue skies. onshore flows giving us a breeze. courtesy of a low pressure to the north of us. it is not strong enough to bring us any rain but it will not those degrees down a couple from where we were yesterday. highs today will be upper 70s for in-line community. mid 60s around the bay. high pressure builds in as we head toward that we can put that heat is going to pick monday through wednesday. this weekend we're going to see a lot of upper 80s. we could see a few 90s on sunday. take a look at how this works out. yesterday we had a few spots get into the low 80s, more like upper 70s for inland communities. then saturday we go back to warming up. we continue rolling right through the holiday.
monday 95 at santa rosa. 98 in concord. 79 and saphris going 90 in san jose today here are your height. they are lovely. no extreme heat to deal with and 73 and oakley, 68 san francisco. upper 70s and santa rose up and 75 in san jose. your five-day forecast is a doozy. really nice today and that the warm-up starts on saturday. it gets a little unpleasant on monday where we're going into those upper 90s. check out even around the bay. low 80s and 70s out at the coast. that will stick with us monday, tuesday wednesday. we will start to feel pull back on thursday. no rain in the forecast. guys, back to you >> kyla, thank you. : 21. employers employees returning to work. the future and what workers will likely be seeing when they returned to work. crayola has new colors. we will tell you about the colors of the world.
>> a: 27 pin on her report is out today showing how many jobs were lost in california in the month of april. more than 2.3 jobs were lost in our state but the unemployment rate jumped to 15.5% but that's the worst economic setback we have seen since the great depression when unemployment was an estimated 25%. it peaked at 23 point 1% during the great recession. >> how about this. cubicles may be making a comeback. right now corporate america is kind of re-thinking office space to protect an employer's employees returning to work. they say they're getting thousands of request to install new dividers. we also spoke to an office architect who says she has been coming up with the reconfigurations to allow for social density within the office. one doctor adds changing the behavior and understanding the virus is the most effective tool. when you are in the environment, daily asking questions and daily taking temperatures. you whittle it down and you whittle it down and you whittle it down. if your office works perfectly well coming into the office and everybody is doing well at home, why come in.
>> many companies plan to stagger the amount of staff coming into the office >> crayola is launching a new box of crayons that highlights different crayons to reflect different skin tones. so children can according to crayola accurately colored themselves into the world. it's called the colors of the world crayon box. 24 new crayons designed to represent different skin tones. the company says it hopes to inspire creativity and foster a greater sense of belonging. they will be labeled in english, french and spanish red light golden, deep almond and medium d rose. they are available in walmart in july. new face coverings required in the south bay. people in santa clara county will now have to do when they walk out the front door. also an 86-year-old fire survivor finally home again after almost 3 years. we will show you the big celebration.
the plane with almost 100 passengers crashes a pakistan for the search underway right now for survivors. memorial day weekend will be a lot different because the coronavirus. we will break down restrictions in place for this holiday. they go from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. typical good morning and welcome back
to mornings on 2. on this gorgeous friday mike me back i know things are going to be heating up. maybe today is the day for shorts and birkenstocks. >> birkenstocks are out when it is raining up and i remember living in colorado i wore birkenstocks in the snow. kylie is here. maybe she has a para birkenstocks >> no i do not have birkenstocks but i do not, i do not. i'm just going to move on from there. i'm sure you rock them though mike. i have no doubt >> you back, you have to >> yes you have to. my niece likes them. all right let's talk a weather. it's definitely a day for any kind of sandal. it's going to be a beautiful day. a little breeze, lots of sunshine. let's take a live look outside. this is sfo.
currently in san francisco 54 degrees and 53 in san jose 58 degrees. we've had a little breeze a little onshore flow. half moon bay 17 miles per hour at sfo pin not too bad around the rest of the day but that onshore flow will be sticking with us. courtesy of this low-pressure system setting up all little pressure gradient there. they the clouds tracked out, came in north to south a cleared out rather quickly. now we are getting some nice sunshine. today will be a beautiful day. enjoy it if you could get a little outdoor time in, i recommend it. lots of sunshine, temperatures in the low 60s at the coast. average mid 60s around the bay and then upper 70s as you head inland. we do have a very big warm-up on the way. i will talk more about that when i come back. now i will send it over to sal who is keeping an eye on the traffic. >> we have had some traffic. we do have traffic that is
improving and the bay bridge for the last hour so we had a big backup it now, things are much better. getting into san francisco. we had akai on fire, they had to take away three lanes to get out of there. it took about an hour to get rid of the traffic. here is the bay bridge and you could see it is moving along very nicely with no major problems. if you want to use the sand material breach that looks good too. the south bay commute is off to a nice start. it is a: 33. let's go back to the headlines. again without breaking news we're bringing you throughout the morning pin in pakistan are playing with 98 people on board crashed into a busy neighborhood. three survivors have been found. that is up from two in the past
hour. the pakistan international airlines flight crashed into the city of karachi. the social media appears to show the jet flying low over a residential area with planes coming from one of its engine. the pilot of the airbus 320 was trying to make and i'll landing money made made a call saying he lost an engine. the planes destroyed at least five homes. unclear what if any of the bodies recovered are passages are people who live in the neighborhood. we will keep an eye on this breaking news and bring you more information as we get it. >> back here in the bay area firefighters in east oakland are investigating a fire that damaged a house and trailer that started around 5:40 this morning right on 87th avenue near chemistry. firefighters got it under control before 6:00. no reports of any injuries. subic happening today. we move into phase 2 of shelter in place orders. santa clara county is the final bay area county to reenter the this allows curbside sales as
so-called nonessential start. santa clara county will begin requiring everyone out in public to wear face masks. this includes people visiting south bay businesses even if that business is outside the city of san jose rick quires people to wear face coverings whenever they are in public places. this information keeps changing getting updated we have rounded it all up for you. you can find it any time on the ktvu news app. we are keeping a running list right near the top of that page. >> let's look ahead now. with public gatherings restricted because of covid-19 many memorial day events have been moved online this year. it is also changing how people spend the holiday weekend from different travel types to spending time outdoors. will bring in allie rasmus with a look at how things are going to be different. >> that's right, museums, hotspots and a lot of historic places here in the bay area are taking their memorial day events online. having virtual events instead
of the regular in person gatherings. including at the presidio. the historic military cemetery would have held it's 152nd memorial day ceremony this weekend the empress of germany has been canceled they will hold a ceremony on monday. the hornet museum remains closed. they are providing activities for people to download parents guideline memorial park in san mateo where many veterans are buried will live street it's their money on monday. the uss san francisco will also have a virtual program and video message delivered at memorial day. mama day is a time when people take advantage of the three-day weekend to travel out of town but this year things are different. for the first time in 20 years aaa will not issue a memorial day travel forecast for the try to estimate how many people we hit the road for the three-day weekend. this year's triple aces the data is not reliable enough to
do that. the changes this year having an impact on everyone >> it is a time to not only launch but it is also a time to reflect on what is the summer going to look like for me >> i think it is in combat for all of us.. this new world of being home all the time. san francisco same carnival parade that also happens every memorial day weekend will be held online. there will be a live stream on sunday. the music and concerts that normally fill the streets will be online >> the city has decided to open two of its city parking lots to accommodate all the crowd. however, most east bay regional parks, the parking lot that those parts will remain closed through may 31 as scheduled. however the walking and biking trails, you don't have to drive there are going to be remaining opel open for this we compared
reporting live, allie rasmus, ktvu news. >> an 86-year-old woman who survived of buyers is finally back home after nearly 3 years. her house was destroyed in the tubs fire in santa rosa. ben's neighbors gave her a drive-by homecoming. she and her late husband raise their family in the house that was one of thousands destroyed by the fire in 2007 did bed >> i'm overjoyed. i am overwhelmed. i am feeling very grateful. we chose this place when we moved here in 1969. >> the new home is redesigned so her daughter, son-in-law and grandkids can live right there with her .>> 8:38. let's get you outside. we had to time our outdoor activities last week. not that much of a problem going forward
>> no today you could go for pit it will be very lovely no matter what time of day you had there's also little breeze out there but i wanted to start with just a look at what is happening with the wind offshore. we do have a gale warning out there for parts of the coast. winds up to about 38 miles per hour. wave height about 10 feet. we've got a little wind gradients set up by the coast today. bodego bay you are probably feeling that right now. mill valley about 50. east bay, oakland, fremont 57. san francisco 58 degrees. 58 in menlo park. a little bit warmer than that and cena claire, 60 degree mark. average height, that's about where we will be today. santa rosa averages 76 today will be 78. san francisco 68 degrees.
73 in oakland, 76 in livermore, erag san jose which is spot on as we head toward so we can high pressure builds and i we will see those temperatures stopped you start to pump up quickly put on saturday were talking about inland communities mid 80s but upper 80s on sunday. then the trend continues from there as we get into the peak of heat which is going to be monday, tuesday and wednesday. a look on the right side of your screen you can see upper 90s in places like concord. even upper 70s in san francisco but more he on the way print i will talk about that in your extended forecast. >> all right, thank you for that. helping teenagers cope with this new normal shape i the covid-19 pandemic. still to come on the ninth, i will catch you up with a bay area author of a book called unstoppable teens the night angela was crowned the winner of messinger. we will chat with the night angel unmask as she is the first woman to win the show.
night angel was crowned the winner of season three. >> that's right it was canned hebert starts of the real housewives of atlanta, also a grammy award winning song runner. the first woman to win on the mast singer. joining me live candida talk about that. what it was like to be on the show. candy, first of all you are so doggone good. i enjoy it. i mean that seriously. you are good. so i just had to tell you that right off the bat. >> thank you so much but >> who helped you pick the songs and why did you choose the night angel as a costume? >> well, my mom and my daughter
help me pick a lot of the songs. i had made like a long list of ideas of songs i felt comfortable with it i sent them to the producers but then they also had songs that they were thinking about and that they suggested. it was a combination of the two. as far as the costume, it is pretty cool how they do it. basically they will give you a few options and your pick. so i had picked cast him out of the first three options that they gave me. but then they came back like a week or two later and was like hey another option became available. what do you think, do you want to change to this? when i saw oh my god, the purple the wings the children i was like that is me. i want her. so that is how i ended up being the night angel but >> i was loving the boost your hat on. you are rocking those. >> you know they were like full pants it was not just like
boot. it was pants that was connected to the boot. >> okay. >> they were really tough to put on. >> it was a great outfit. i was noticing several of the judges a couple of times that i bet that is candy. i have been hearing from people who row and said i knew that was candy. so how did you keep it a secret and how did you feel about that? >> you know what, it was really hard to keep a secret. so many people were calling me, texting me, tweeting me, hitting me on social media saying they knew it was me. so basically, i was just avoiding people. like i did not even want to be in a position where i had to lie to anybody so i just avoided everybody but i tried not to answer any text messages or anything. some purple , people may have thought i was being rude. i was just trying not to give away the show. than the show itself is like they do a great job with the
secrecy. >> i know i can keep you here forever but i know you have a new song to tell me about the new song. >> i just dropped a new song called used to love me and it is featuring patrick: precious printed is a dance record. i decided i wanted to do something totally different than i had ever done before. i do not want to be stuck in a box anymore and i felt like coming out is the mast singer. it showed me that i don't have to be stuck in a box. i could do whatever music i want to do. so i did a dance song and i wanted something that would just make people feel good no matter where you are in the world, no matter what type of music you normally listen to. this song is a world record that will make everybody dance. whenever the become son you will just love it. please everybody down load that some, added to your play let's bed you still love me pit i'm telling you it is great that >> the only regret i have paid
you did not come to me and asked me to do and duet with you. i would've done it, candy. >> if you had to pick one of those songs if we do a duet which one of my performances would you have done with me? >> you know i want to think about that only because i don't have any talent. you do. kandi, thank you for being with us this morning. congratulations on making history. the first female winner of the mast singer, season three. everything that you do, it was a pleasure having you with us. >> thank you, it was great talking to you. >> all right candy bears from the masked singer. bowwow was on as a frog in case you missed it.
production for season four has already started. is expected to resume in the fall but we don't know if the pandemic will affect those plans. you will just have to tune in and watch. my, back to you but >> i recommend david thank you for the interview. it was great appreciate it and have a good weekend. good business out there, more people are shopping. more businesses are hiring. there's a lot of optimism over vaccine so let's get over to pam cook for this morning's dollars and cents. >> good morning. nice to have some good news this morning. comments from dr. fauci regarding the vaccine trial is definitely helping the market this morning. dr. fauci said the results looked promising. that is helping take monday on a stock up and also other tech stocks, biotech and the healthcare industry stocks. however not quite enough. the markets are concerned about tensions between the u.s. and china. taking a live look at the big
board. also not enough to offset the realization that it will be a slow recovery for the economy and numbers are done across the board. down joe's off about 1/2%. the s&p 500 and the nasdaq down as well. the good news, taco bell has announced its plans to hire at least 30,000 employees this summer. the fast food chain says a wide variety of those jobs will open up soon at taco bell's across the country. taco bell says many of the new positions involve the company's increased efforts to protect both workers and customers during the pandemic. delta airlines also announcing its measures that is taking during the coronavirus pandemic. the airline is adding new plexiglas shields that check in and departure gate around the country to employ employee to protect employees and passengers. it is also using electrostatic sprayer to sanitize the planes. and they were first used on
flights from asia to the united states. they will now be on all flights. expect to see some of the lowest gas prices in 17 years. right now the national average is $1.92. it is the first time the national average has been below two dollars a gallon. here the bay area the average is closer to three dollars a gallon. the low prices, as demand for gas has fallen the lowest level in 50 years. that may mean a lot of the families go back to the old- fashioned road trip this summer. that can help all those little businesses and restaurants along the way on that road trip. that is a look at your dollars and cents. pam, thank you. have a wonderful memorial day weekend. it occurs to me that on this day last year everyone was snaking out of the office a little bit early on friday and hitting the open road. things have changed, haven't
they? >> things have changed quite a bit, you are absolutely right. today is not the typical friday before memorial day where people are packing up the car. people kind of hanging out close to the house this week. you can see the traffic on a friday looks pretty light. on the friday might've been light on the friday before memorial day last year but we are probably not going to see the big getaway that we have ever since i started doing this. we're probably not going to have the big getaway for memorial day weekend. if we do, i will be very surprised. there's outlook at 80 westbound. you can also see the san mateo bridge looks good. we're off to a good start for this weekend. just be careful. chp does not take the holiday lightly. >> i've got the forecast for
you. beautiful blue skies out there to start off your holiday weekend. some gorgeous temperatures today. then we've got heat. let's talk about today first. average today's 76 in napa. 73 oakland prince 78 walnut creek 75 san jose. if we fast forward that to tuesday, next tuesday. napa goes from 70s to 90s. oakland will go up to 86. 97 next tuesday expected in walnut creek but 95 in san jose. got some he coming our way. temperatures out there right now. in the low 50s up in the north. nevada, 54 in san francisco. walnut creek 57 san jose 50 a. we have that onshore flow that is been happening. a few clouds rolled through earlier this morning but now we are looking good. that is courtesy of some low pressure to the north of of bread that will give us a cooling effect from yesterday to today. such i coming your way this afternoon. we will see 60s out of the cause but upper 70s inland but then things start to change but high pressure builds in and
will reduce any clouds or stormy weather to the north of us. we will see extreme warming monday through wednesday. yesterday couple of spots hit those low 80s. today were going to back that down to upper 70s inland. by the time we get to monday, santa rosa 95 degrees is the forecast. san francisco 79. san jose 90. again, that is not where we're going today, folks. it will be beautiful and we will see that huge increase in temperatures as we get through the weekend and really into the beginning of next week. 60 in san francisco. 75 in san jose. will put it all together in your extended forecast and you see those temperatures start to warm up but really get going on monday. the upper 90s, low 80s around the bay and 70 set the cause. call down the end of next >> th protecting families from death during the coronavirus pandemic coming up we will talk with the
mission district restaurant is set to reopen, next week. the tech area will open on wednesday, for takeout orders. this comes more than two months after the business closed its doors during the pandemic. the owner, sandra original plan was to face and plays for the remainder of the year and keep it close for safety reasons, over the last few weeks more employees encouraged him, to reopen. universal studios in orlando florida, is laying out a plan to reopen the park.
it will bring some team members back, starting june first, special guests and passholders will be allowed in on the third, the official opening is on the fifth. everybody entering will be expected wear a mask and have temperatures taken they will have to follow social distancing cues posted throughout the park. >> a police officer is back after losing his leg in a car accident. officer carlos is back with the help of a prosthetic leg. in june of 2018 he was going home after 12 hour shift, he fell asleep at the wheel. he said he was going to hit a car so we made a sharp turn. he suffered serious injuries. the officer says, a fellow officer started a nonprofit to help veterans and vehim support and training, so he e. the district attorney's office has a new member, a two-year- old black labrador, percy is
highly trained. will sit with children with disabilities to help them stay calm while they are questioned. he will be handled by advocates. >> breaking news out of pakistan. passenger plane crashed. dozens of people believe that we will bring you the latest developments. from coast to coast lifting restrictions and going into the memorial day weekend, a ceremony will be different, this year and where you will find businesses with no limitations. also, americans getting ready for the start of a subdued memorial day weekend. we will tell you what san francisco is doing to keep people at a safe distance for the weekend and beyond. 2020, also, blue skies across much of the bay, a