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a neighborhood in disbelief after a woman pens a racist letter to several homes demanding minorities to leave the country. in a close call for history and san francisco after a massive for alarm fire broke out at pier 45. the family firefighters were able to see the u.s. is jeremias o'brien. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. good morning, happy sunday, it is may 24 on a big holiday weekend.
i am frank malik code. >> i am claudine wong. i think this is the weekend to get out. meteorologist rosemary orozco is joining us live with what to expect on the sunday. >> good morning to you, claudine. frank, we are working up with sunny skies. temperatures are climbing getting into the bay area sunday. a lot of 80s around the bay and low 90s expected inland. we will be warmer than yesterday and we are still looking at a big heat up in the days ahead. details on your sunday, plus what to expect for memorial day and beyond coming up in a little bit. san leandro police arrested a woman seen on video posting racist letters in a neighborhood. the letters were hand written and put on poles outside of five different homes in the heron bay neighborhood. all the victims appear to be of
asian descent. the letter quotes the constitution and says if you were born in another country, return and go back to your land immediately and fast with urgency. one victim talked to us and says he thinks the pandemic could be the motive for the letter, but says no matter what the reason, it is scary. >> it is kind of infuriating because my son was taking groceries out of the trunk. >> he added he was relieved to hear about the arrest but hopes it is just one person and not a group responsible for those threatening letters. other victims say they were too scared to talk to ktvu 2 about
the letters. investigators in san francisco are still trying to determine the cause of that massive fire near fisherman's wharf. the fire broke out shortly after 4:00 yesterday morning and quickly grew to four alarms. the flames shot more than 100 feet into the air sending up a bellows of black smoke that could be seen for miles around the bay area. the fire caused major damage to a fish processing and storage warehouse inside. one firefighter suffered a minor hand injury battling the flames but should be okay. no one else was injured. the huge flames came dangerously close to the uss jeremiah o'brien, which is anchored at pier 45. more than 150 firefighters battled that fire and were able to see that historic ship. firefighters say that success was due to a fire boat that raced to the scene yesterday morning. >> fire boat three was detailed and tasked with saving the jeremiah o'brien which they successfully did. this was a task that involved greater than 100 feet length of flame going over the jeremiah o'brien, structural collapse
with the walls coming in. all of those efforts related to the jeremiah o'brien being saved. >> the uss jeremiah o'brien as both a historic landmark and floating museum. it was built war ii. it was part of the 6000 ship or mata that stormed the beaches of normandy on d-day in 1944. >> there is a lot of history on pier 45, it is not just about the uss o'brien. if that fire would have gone out of control, you would have seen over 100 years of history go up. >> the crewnicknamed the historic ship the lucky o'briant as hat and has made it through another close call. firefighters were also able to use equipment to protect structures on the pit here
including the tourist attraction you museum. the museum technique posted a thank you online to the san francisco firefighters who helped protect that building. stay with mornings on 2 for updates on the fire at pier 45. you can get updates anytime with the mobile app. it is free to download on your smart phone. california has recorded 4000 new coronavirus cases over the weekend. there are now over 92,000 cases here and 3700 deaths. in the bay area, there are over 12,000 confirmed cases of the virus. alameda county reported tune deaths over the weekend. solano county reported one death. california health officials are urging nursing homes to test all residents and staff. throughout the pandemic, nursing homes have been a continuous hotspot for covid- 19. 35% of all deaths in the state happened at care facilities. san francisco and la county are requiring nursing home residents and staff to be
tested. states new recommendations they should be tested every week. life may seem a bit more normal to sonoma county residents in this holiday weekend. that is because that county has gotten the green light to move deeper into phase 2 of government nuisance roadmap to recovery. >> reporter: as of midnight saturday, restaurants and wineries opened to customers. there is a catch. the new health order in sonoma county only allows outdoor dining at restaurants. wineries, breweries and bars can also open for outdoor dining if meals are served. the county says there is a lower risk of virus transmission if people are outside. tabletops are limited to people
who live together. restaurant owners were confused about how that would be enforced. does mrs. have to get creative, especially those with little or no outdoor space. it is an emotional weekend. >> it is going to be amazing. i am sure there are going to be some peers we can't do, but it will be great to see people. >> reporter: other changes also went into effect in sonoma county. summer day camps can reopen. drive-in ceremonies can happen as long as people stay in their cars. in person faith-based counseling is allowed if virtual sessions are not possible. libraries can offer curbside pickup. >> sonoma joins napa and solano counties and loosening restrictions in dining during
phase 2 of the reopening process. there is no word on when the other six bay area counties plan to do the same. oakland mayor libby schaff was tested for covid-19. the test was done yesterday afternoon at the allen temple baptist church on 85th and international. the mayor said she is not experiencing major symptoms of coronavirus but it does have a sore throat and wanted to air on the side of caution. >> this is open for everyone. the more people get tested, the more we will control this virus. the faster we will be able to get back to work, our lives, in a way that is safe and healthy. >> the drive through testing site is free and open until 7:00 every night. anyone wanting a test must make an appointment. your time is 7:08. let's talk about our forecast. meteorologist rosemary orozco is joining us now. hey, rosemary. >> good morning. happy sunday to both of you and all of you out there. the heat up will continue today.
during the days ahead, it could be a bit hazardous because we are expected to hit 100 degrees inland. that will, monday, tuesday and wednesday and now it looks like the thursday timeframe. let's take care of today, another enjoyable one, giving you a live look into san francisco. just fog and haze to start our day. temperatures are slightly warmer in some areas, 51 in santa rosa, 53 in san francisco, oakland is 56. in san jose, you are 55. here is a look at the 24 hour temperature change. notice within a few degrees yesterday morning, fairfield was cooler this morning and has to do with the direction of the wind. yesterday, fairfield had a northeast wind flow coming. this morning it is an onshore breeze. so a little cool pacific air trickling into fairfield. fairfield is starting out
cooler than yesterday. here is a look at where we are seeing fog along the coastline and in the bay. not any patchy or dense fog this morning. that is why you see that haze over san francisco. today, the warm-up continues. temperatures are in the upper 60s along the coastline and pacifica. 82 is expected for haywood. mid-70s for the city of san francisco. inland, low 90s for areas over antioch, low 90s expected in santa rosa. temperatures will continue to climb as we get into memorial day in the days ahead. the hottest temperatures we have seen this year. the national weather service is issuing an advisory on that heat. details on the advisory and your extended forecast coming up and a little bit. up next, 2000 people gathered outside the state capital to protest stay-at-home orders. here in california, their
the chalk circles painted in san francisco parks on saturday to serve as a reminder to people about social distancing didn't seem to work on saturday. dolores park was still crowded. you could barely see those circles. they were painted wednesday and thursday at dolores park, little marina green, washington square and on the lawn of jacksonville put playground. when our photographers were out yesterday, we saw few people practicing social distancing or paying attention to those circles. contra costa county's deputy health officer is encouraging people to get outside this holiday weekend, but is also reminding people to do that safely.
>> we want to remind people if you go to the parks, go for exercise, not to socialize. no groups or gatherings. be outside with your own household or don't mix between household. don't know if you have it or someone who you are hanging out with has it because they may not have symptoms. >> bay area health officials are reminding people a cdc study that shows 50 to 80% of all covid-19 cases have been passed from people who are not showing symptoms. the mayor island preserve in vallejo has been closed since october but will be open for a few hours tomorrow. the army corps of engineers has been working to restore the preserve after a fire there. officials say there was an overwhelming response. after they announced a memorial day celebration will be held at the reserve, it reached capacity and priority is given to senior military veterans.
timeout 7:14. any people across california are heading to the beach on this warm and sunny memorial day weekend. the unofficial beginning of summer comes as many california counties are finally easing up on the shelter at-home restriction. many beaches in la county are among those packed over the weekend. they reopened last week along with beach parking lots and bike paths. there is still plenty of new public safety rules. >> there are still no umbrellas or coolers. we don't want large social gatherings. but you can come with your family, lay on a towel and sundays. just try to do it near an open lifeguard tower. >> anyone who goes to a los angeles county beach is required to wear a mask or other face covering. any people appeared to be ignoring that order.
as a lot of people head closer to home. they are doing that in the beaches reopened around the country for the unofficial start of the summer. officials are taking steps to make sure beachgoers do not bring the virus with them. new york city beaches are open but swimming is not allowed. >> we are disappointed. we excited to come and check it out. with all the rules and regulations, we are disappointed. >> it won't restrict me from coming and walking on the beach. i find even on the most crowded day, there is plenty of room. >> coastal officials are determining rules for each beach on the jersey shore. all open won plummeting social distancing guidelines and limiting the number of people. aaa is not putting out travel estimates for the holiday weekend. they say they expect a record low number of travelers because of the pandemic. the tsa screened 338,000
passengers at checkpoints across the country. that is the most in two months at our airports, but still down around 88 percent compared to this time last year. jetblue's ceo says he believes in terms of air travel, we have already hit the low and will now see a big rebound. >> we are seeing 8 to 9% of what we would expect middle of april where on the bottom it was close to 3% or 4%. we are also seeing interest for vacation travel and people booking trips for holiday periods later in the year. >> if you do plan to fly, you will see changes that tsa checkpoints. they are asking passengers to show their own ticket instead of handing it to the tsa agent.
if an x-ray machine is triggered, the passenger will be asked to move the item to avoid cross contamination. tsa says passengers should arrive early to the airport because it will take longer to get through those checkpoints. timeout 7:17. time to talk about how this day is shaping up. rosemary, it has been a nice couple of days. >> yesterday was amazing. today will be beautiful as well. we are watching temperatures creep up. saturday was warmer than friday. today will be warmer than yesterday. then we get into some heat that could be dangerous. more on that in just a moment. how about a look at the golden gate bridge waking up with hayes out there and patchy fog along the coastline inside the bay. we have the northeast flow still in place. you can see it here right at storm tracker two. we do have a variable wind. at the top of the hour, even a
light offshore breeze in medical pacific air moving through this morning. here is a look at the high pressure that continues to strengthen into the days ahead, moving closer to us and moving the storm track further to the north. you can see a little bit of activity going on over the pacific northwest areas over oregon and washington. for us, we are seeing quite the opposite. we have the warming trend underway. this is when we are expecting a heat advisory for excessive heat. it starts tomorrow morning and goes until thursday until 7:00 in the evening. it is everywhere away from the coastline. you will notice the coast not included in the shade of orange. all of our north bay valley locations, and over toward the east and along the peninsula as well as to the south. do expect that hot weather. we will be gearing up for it as we roll through the days ahead. today, not the case. it will be a warmer day. some areas into the low 90s. 53 in san francisco, low 50s in berkeley, low 50s in livermore. we are starting out 60 degrees in brentwood.
if you like a cool, get outdoors this morning and hide out for the afternoon. 98 degrees for novato. we have low 80s expected around the east word bayshore areas. if you head last, a beautiful day in san francisco at 75. 69 for pacifica. santa cruz is nice and warm. 90 degrees in los gatos, upper 80s over san jose. here is a look at your extended forecast. notice, our bayside communities in the low 90s. that is warm for bayside communities, especially if you don't have ac. our inland cities hitting the century mark and remaining there tuesday, wednesday and thursday. along the coast will be nice. a lot of the 70s with partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies and a gentle onshore breeze in the afternoon. back to you. coming up, and up to track
new york city on his bicycle. it was a chance to show the city in a different light. i talked to him about the film. >> i really just wanted to capture not just what the city looked like and what it felt like to be here during this time, which is something hard to re-create on film, but i tried my best to re-create the mood of what new york city was like during this time. then, also, for me, the most interesting thing is seeing how different people are affected by it. i don't think i had one single intent. i just wanted to see how different people, you know how it would touch them differently, and how different people react to it. >> what kind of reactions are you getting? >> i was totally shocked when some people told me they cried. it was not a reaction i thought it would have on people. for a new yorker to watch as it
means one thing. i am sure for you to watch it, it means something completely different. for me, what i get out of it is having biked the street and saw what new york city was like. it was definitely a shock to me. i feel like it is still the same city it is just going through a phase right now. already now, it is completely different than when i shot it, which was two or three weeks ago. the city is a completely different place now. i feel like the city is constantly changing. this was just a phase we are sort of going through. >> such an incredibly well spoken and thoughtful young man. he says well he is not sure what his next project is going film. he may make a film documenting that as well. a new smart phone app could help track the spread of the coronavirus in real time. scientists in the united states
teamed up to create the app following the largest study of its kind. the app allows people to check off symptoms they are experiencing at the moment. researchers at harvard medical school say it has proven to be remarkably effective in predicting coronavirus infections. >> we have been able to adopt the app in real time so as new symptoms are emerging as being associated with covid, we can add them quickly to the app. symptoms are starting to rise in a given area, it can be an indicator that covid can be something emerging and we need to deploy more resources in terms of testing or medical capacity. >> a medical research team from stanford university took part in the international study to develop that new app. northern california pastors say they appreciate the president labeling their work is essential. what some pastors say they will do about reopening their
my health officials decided not to reopen despite getting approval from the governor. restaurants and wineries are back open in sonoma county. the new rules in place to ensure customers and staff are protected. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. good morning to you, taking a look outside, you can see the sun is shining. that is a picture of beauty and one that tells us what is to come during this holiday weekend. yes, it is going to warm up for us. welcome to mornings on 2. i am claudine wong. thank you for joining us. >> good morning, claudine. hi everyone, i am frank mallicoat. if you like 100 degrees, you may like this week, right, rosemary? >> there are some people out there saying i love this weather, keep it coming. we know that sara zendehnam likes it warm. but it is so warm it will become dangerously hot in some areas, especially inland.
today is another enjoyable one. we will be warmer than yesterday but looking at temperatures in the low 90s for hot locations today. temperatures at this hour just a few degrees warmer in some areas and where we were yesterday. the second part of the day, we will pull those numbers just a bit. as we get into memorial day, i received a text from sarah, she says she likes 103, in addition to very hot weather coming our way monday, tuesday wednesday and thursday, we are talking four days for our inland cities. we have an advisory and excessive heat watch that moves into play tomorrow morning. so better details on way, and your enjoyable sunday, more of this coming up and a little bit. san jose police are searching for clues in a shooting that injured one person. that shooting happened around
3:00 yesterday afternoon at calgary cemetery. police found an adult male suffering from a gunshot wound there. he had to be taken to the hospital with non-life- threatening injuries. three people were hospitalized after a two alarm fire in antioch. that fire damage to homes in the garage on eighth street east of the old downtown area last night. the people hospitalized were being treated for smoke inhalation. six adults and three kids were displaced. the american red cross is working with the family. the cause of that fire is under investigation. an estimated 2000 people rallied at the state capital to protest against the stay-at- home order in california. demonstrators came to sacramento yesterday in a protest they called liberty
steps. they are demanding governor newsom immediately reopen california businesses and lift the state restrictions on business, religious and social gatherings. >> i went to my grandmother's house the other day and she couldn't even happen. i go to the church where my pastor married me and he has masks and a glove on and is sitting in fear. >> i have people that count on me and i had to lay them off. >> yesterday's protest was similar to early demonstrations. most of the protesters were not wearing masks and appeared to largely ignore social distancing guidelines. officials in humboldt county decided to take a cautious approach to reopening. this comes after county health officials recorded nearly 30 new cases in a two-week period, and the county's first two deaths. this morning, there are 93 cases of the coronavirus in humboldt county. governor newsom approved the county to reopen may 15. hundreds of businesses applied
to restart. on friday, 255 have been certified. people living in sonoma county have moved one step closer to a normal life this holiday weekend. the county got the green light to move deeper into phase 2 of governor newsom's roadmap to recovery plan. ktvu 2's sara zendehnam joins us live with more on sonoma county. >> reporter: sonoma county residents have more outdoor outing options today than they have had in months. the county moved into the second part of phase 2 at midnight on saturday. there are still strict rules to follow. the new health order only allows outdoor dining in restaurants. wineries, breweries and bars can also open for outdoor dining if meals are served. they can also offer curbside pickup and delivery. businesses have to get creative. the county says there is a lower risk of virus transmission if people are
outside. tables have to be limited to people who live together. restaurant owners were confused about how that would be enforced. restaurants have to make the changes to follow the rules but some say they are ready. >> it has to be 6 feet apart and we have to wear masks and gloves. we have disposable menus and tables have to all be covered. definitely a different ballgame than we are accustomed to for sure. >> reporter: there are other changes that went into effect this weekend. summer day camps can reopen. drive-in ceremonies like graduations and religious ceremonies can happen as long as people stay in their cars. in person faith-based counseling is allowed if virtual sessions are not possible and libraries can offer curbside pickup. our photographer, joseph cousins, is in sonoma county as some restaurants reopen. we will check in with him and see what the update is for the 8:00 hour. president donald trump
called on state and local leaders around the country to reopen churches this week and labeling them as essential. in california, nearly all the houses of worship shutdown in mid-march. the pastor at capital christian center in sacramento says he has continued to offer sermons, but it has been online because that is all that is allowed right now. >> i was grateful that the president sees the church in that manner, and also aware that where we are in california, our governor has a position
with the science. >> i agree with the president that all worship is essential. we have felt that way from the very beginning that worship itself is essential. >> the new data church has been holding drive in services at its parking lot. pastor yates says it is not necessary to be inside the church building itself to worship. both pastors say they are making preparations and looking forward to looking wingback congregations. they say for now, they will wait for state and local officials to do it safely. some combat veterans are going public with their encouragement of churches to meet in person this memorial day weekend, even if it violates the authorities in the stay-at-home orders to do that. veterans across the country say it is one of the freedoms they fought for and many others died for. in chicago, the group that calls themselves the peacefully gathering the mint has been getting support. churches in other states say congregations will hold services inside their buildings today and plan to live stream videos from combat veterans. >> i have been shot three times and blown up once. i have seen wives and mothers handed flags off the coffins of guys i fought with. i watched them die. i can tell you this, we fought for god and country, we didn't
fight for government and country. >> governor newsom is expected to make an announcement tomorrow about reopening houses of worship. we are learning 1200 churches across the state planning to restart services next sunday. they say that will happen no matter what he says. you can get information on all of the re-openings across the nine bay area counties. there is a running list of what is open and where near the top of the page. time 7:38. early findings show promising results for a foster city based gilead sciences antiviral drug remdesivir . it can work to treat patients that have covid- 19. while the drug not cure patients suffering from severe symptoms, ry. researchers tested 1000 patients. those who took the drug recovered within 11 days on average while those who took a placebo were covered in 15
days. your time now is 7:38. we are talking about a warm-up coming our way through the holiday weekend. and certainly, the top of the week will look very different in terms of temperatures. >> right. remember last week, claudine, last sunday i should say, it was raining. so, quite a difference. springtime season, kind of a tug-of-war between winter and summer. what will happen next? this is why we love the bay area. giving you a live look over san francisco where we are looking at patchy fog. temperatures are a bit warmer and many spots. the one in santa rosa, low 50s in san francisco, 57 in oakland, and san jose is 55. the one area is cooler this
morning is right through the delta. you can see it stretching toward napa. we have an onshore breeze, versus yesterday when winds were coming from the north and northeast. that wind direction has a huge impact on how we feel. it is very calm over santa rosa, novato and napa. fairfield is reporting a light breeze. it is enough to knock temperatures back by several degrees. here is a look at the fog out there along the coastline this morning. and just inside the bay. we don't have patchy dense fog to worry about, but again, just a little bit of fog and mostly sunny skies today. napa, yesterday year high was 83 degrees. san francisco will warm up by 5 degrees or so. concord, 86 today, we will go 90. san jose will warm about 4 degrees or so. a better look around before i let you go, 82 for hayward, 86 for medford city. 90 degrees in livermore. into the north bay, 91 over
santa rosa. tomorrow, your memorial day holiday, temperatures are expected to warmer near 100 degrees for inland cities. the national weather service is issuing an advisory for excessive heat. i will have details on that advisory and what to expect and how long this heat is expected to last in a little bit. coming up next, protesters clashing with police in the streets of hong kong. the law china is proposing that sent hundreds flooding the streets there.
protesters have returned to the streets of hong kong as china's government signals and wants to have better control of that territory. police have used tear gas and water cannons to break up crowds of thousands of demonstrators. the protest stemmed as china's congress party is proposing a national security law that will allow china to more directly control hong kong stop political dissent. some protesters are calling for hong kong's independence. leaders have tried to reassure
interests about proposed law. joe biden has won the democratic primary in hawaii in a vote that was delayed more than a month because of the pandemic. the president of democratic presidential nominee defeated senator bernie sanders to a wide 63 to 70% margin. biden needs 400 more delegates to officially win the nomination. the parties national committee is taking steps to prepare for a possible virtual convention later this summer. joe biden is still doing damage control element the controversial remark he made to a prominent african-american radio host. >> if you have a problem figuring out if you are for me or trump, then you ain't black. >> biden walked back from that comment which came during a radio interview friday morning. the former vice president said it was a poor choice of words and would never take the african-american vote for granted. the >> reporter: has angered many people, including the only african-american republican in the u.s. senate.
>> south carolina's african- american population stood up and trusted not joe biden is much as they trusted joe cliburn's and follow joe cliburn's endorsement of joe biden. that is why he is sitting in the position he is in, which only reinforces the negative narrative that joe biden ain't woke. >> the trump campaign is working on a political ad highlighting biden's remark in the hope of regaining the african-american vote. a recent poll found 14% of african americans have a favorable view of president donald trump. a new poll says when it comes to working from home and videoconferencing, the world is definitely changing. the survey was done by fish poll, which is a digital water cooler where people across industries can weigh in on
different subjects. this poll was about how life has changed. 54% of women say they have stopped wearing makeup. 40% of men polled say they don't shave regularly. another 30% say they have stopped shaving completely. when it comes to what people wear on videoconferencing calls, only 3% of people polled say they wear professional attire. that 10%, that is concerning. >> that was surprising. the vast majority still answered, 75%, that they were wearing pjs, sweats, shorts or leggings below the belt. that makes sense, yeah. one out of 10 answered they only wear underwear. it is high enough to get you curious and your eyebrows raised. actually doug and i looked at the conversation on the professionals and the discussion volume boxed up where we saw like stepping out
and exposing soccer shorts. that was the number one gap reported by users of specifically momentarily stepping out and a client or coworker seeing their undies or soccer shorts. it is hilarity in terms of the way they are striving it. >> some say they did get very enthusiastic responses on the put up this poll. thousands of people from there up wanted to weigh in. they say the survey was prompted by their own employees talking about how life has changed. >> i think i have worn a pair of shoes in two months. i am flip-flops all the time. corporate america is rethinking its office space to protect workers returning from
the shutdown. greg lee shows us adjustments on the way and what may be the most important change of all. >> reporter: if you want a glance of what offices might look like in a post-pandemic world, look at the orders that had contract in santa clara. >> all we have done is field calls from customers wanting to take their open space environment and divide it as much as they can so people can work closely together still, but be secluded from the guy next to them. >> brian mcnay started a company focusing on height adjustable desks, moving to full office manufacturing. as businesses explore limiting exposure to covid-19, hats is producing thousands of offices with all types of materials. >> reporter: the big challenges some of these clients are large customers and they are wanting 20,000 to 40,000 dividers and we are trying to respond to all
of this. >> from 2010 to now, panels of gone away, division of space has gone away, there is more coffee bars and lounge areas. it is all open. now this post-pandemic, we are starting to see dividers going back up. >> reporter: carol sand knows the evolution of the office well. her firm works with major names in tech, many of whom she says are looking for ways to adjust the new normal. >> try to help them and looking how to provide social distancing, by having a staggered force, half-and-half, because there are so many companies that have benching versus cubicle in the old days. >> salmon has presented clients with these types of rake
configurations for utilizing space while maintaining social distancing. dr. david leavy says dividers can be helpful, but are not as effective as changing behaviors. he says employers need to use as many tools as possible to limit transmission, especially from asymptomatic carriers. >> when you're in the environment, daily asking questions, taking temperatures and seeing if people had contact, you whittle it down whittle it down and whittle it down. >> one thing doctors, architects and contractors say we should all expect is more people continuing to work from home like i am. >> if your office works perfectly well without coming into the office and everyone is doing well at home, why come in? >> there is no question covid- 19 has changed how many places do business. the bay area's twitter and square announcing a work from home only option. grocery stores have put up plexiglass barriers at the register, requiring employees to wipe down pen paths and
social distancing markers on the ground. it is a bit of a moving target as companies explore, but say they are adapting like these offices. >> what i am hearing is a phased move in. we are here were some large tech clients will move to percent of employees initially so they have more social distancing. then, that will buy them time to figure out how they are going to readjust their footprints. certainly our new normal will not look like the old normal. i will say, i do miss seeing you guys in person. i think our studio in the future will have us back together sooner than later. >> i miss you guys, i feel a little lonely.
>> it is hard to st. patrick's day. slowly looking forward to seeing you as we enter the unofficial start of summer. how about a warm-up? temperatures warmed up yesterday and they will continue to heat up today. as we get further down the road, talking early next week or memorial day and beyond, we have heat advisories to worry about. here is a look at the ridge of high pressure strengthening over the bay area. it is bringing us the warm weather and dry weather and pushing that storm track to the north, just a little bit of green going on over areas like washington and oregon. perhaps a little bit of rain falling there. for us, we are looking at an excessive heat watch tomorrow morning that goes all the way u entire east day, down to the santa cruz mountains and includes the close line. noticed with the west and along the water, san francisco and san mateo county coastline as well as the north bay, not
included in this. it is going to be warm. we expect a gentle onshore breeze to keep temperatures more comfortable along the coastline. the entire city of san francisco is included through the sunset district in daly city as well. temperatures outside are a little warmer as we start your bay area sunday. 56 in berkeley, 53 in san francisco, low 50s in santa rosa and low 50s in livermore. we are expected to raise temperatures anywhere from 3 degrees to 6 degrees over yesterday's highs. here is a looks at what to expect for the enter e space. all of our small communities in that area, dublin, pleasantonu at low 90s today. i lunchtime, low 80s and the heat is on for the second part of the day. temperatures peaking between 3:00 and 5:00 for inland
cities. 90 degrees for novato today. mid-seventies in san francisco. 80 for areas over oakland, 82 for hayward. 69 in pacifica, 79 for santa cruz, 87 san jose, 92 degrees is expected in gilroy. here is a look at what you can expect. warmer today and then out right hot getting into monday, tuesday wednesday and thursday. 70s to low 80s along the coast. low 90s for our bayside communities, perhaps low 100s for our inland cities with tuesday and wednesday being the hottest days. you definitely want to be aware of that and avoid long-term exposure outdoors. just a reminder, never leave anybody in the car. temperatures heat really fast. back to you. coming up, nascar is in north carolina today for the longest race of the year.
the coca-cola 600 raise, not just because it is the longest race, but because nascar were honor fallen soldiers. these car will carry the name of a fallen searcher and the field will pull into the pits for a moment of remembrance. engines start at 3:00 right here on ktvu. the rose garden is temporary close in order to protect the wild turkeys there. yesterday, we told you about a male turkey. his name is gerald. he was actually attacking people as they were walking through the park. the rose garden posted on facebook that oakland animal services has contacted the california department of fish and wildlife for guidance and support. they are asking people to stay out of the park for the time being while they work this out. happy hollow park and zoo is asking for help naming a
black and white ruffled lemur born last month. the fema pup is the first lemur born at happy hollow since 2018. lemurs are considered critically endangered in the wild due to habitat loss. the zoo is asking for the public to vote on three names with a special meaning. up next, a neighborhood is in disbelief after a woman pens a racist letter to several homes, demanding minorities to leave the country. investigators continue to through the remains of a former warehouse on pier 45. the san francisco fire department getting high praise for saving a world war ii ship. the very latest on saturday's massive fire in the city. many are getting ready to breakout the barbecue this memorial day weekend. rosemary has your holiday forecast and much more next.
from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. good morning. happy holidays sunday. a beautiful shot of the golden gate bridge. it never gets old, no faulk to talk about. no marine layer, just a lot of sunshine. it will be hot, especially over the next couple of days. welcome back to mornings on 2. good morning, i am frank mallicoat. >> good morning to you, i am claudine wong. thank you for joining us. let's bring in meteorologist rosemary orozco. there is a lot to talk about in terms of whether. >> this warming trend that started yesterday continues today. good morning to both of you. by tomorrow, an excessive heat watch for bay area communities.
a look at what we can expect today. this morning, waking up in the 50s. temperatures are slightly warmer than we were yesterday. another beautiful start to our bayside communities are mostly sunny and warm. upper 70s to the upper 80s. in our inland cities, mid-80s to low 90s. anywhere from 3 to 6 degrees from where we were yesterday. by tomorrow, our inland cities are reaching the century mark. details on the advisory, today and what to expect in the extended forecast, coming up. san leandro police arrested a woman seen on video posting racist letters in a neighborhood. the letters were handwritten and put on polls and the heron bay neighborhood. all the victims appear to be of asian descent.
the letter quotes the constitution and says if you were born in another country, return, go back to your mind immediately and fast with urgency. one victim talked to us and said he thinks the pandemic could be the motor for the letter but says no matter what the reason, still very scary. >> he added he was relieved to hear about the arrest, but also hopes it is just one person, not a group responsible for those letters. other victims say they were too scared to talk to ktvu 2 about the letters. investigators in san francisco are still trying to determine the cause of that massive fire near fisherman's wharf that broke out shortly before four clock yesterday. the flames shot more than 100 feet in sending billows
of black smoke that could be seen from all over the bay area. the fire caused major damage to a finish processing and storage warehouse. one firefighter suffered a minor hand injury battling the flames. nobody else was injured. the huge flames came dangerously close to the uss jeremiah o'brien, which is anchored at pier 45. more than 150 firefighters worked hard to battle the flames and they did manage to say that historic ship. firefighters think the success was due to a fire boat that raced to the scene yesterday morning. >> fire boat three was detailed and tasked with saving the jeremiah o'brien, which they successfully did. this was a task that involved greater than 100 feet length of flames going over the jeremiah o'brien, structural collapse with wealth coming in. all of those efforts related to the jeremiah o'brien being
saved. >> the uss jeremiah is both his museum, which was built and launched during world war ii. it was part of the 6000 ship armada that stormed the beaches of normandy on d-day in 1944. >> there is a lot of history on that peer. potentially, if that fire has gotten out of control, you would have seen over 100 years of history go up. >> historians note the crew once nicknamed the historic ship the lucky o'brien. it has now made it through yet another close call. firefighters were also able to use equipment to protect other structures on the peer including the tourist attraction you say magnate. it is full of penny arcades and the infinite 6 foot tall laughing sal. they posted a thank you online to all the san francisco firefighters who helped protect
the building. timeout is a:05. california has recorded 4000 new coronavirus cases over the weekend. there are over 92,000 cases in the state and over 3700 deaths. in the bay area, there are 12,000 confirmed cases of the virus. alameda county reported to new depths this weekend, alana county reported one. california nursing officials are urging nursing homes to test all of their staff and nursing homes. about 35% of all of the deaths in the state happened at care facilities. san francisco and la county require nursing home residents es new recommendations is once a case is confirmed in a care facility, residents and
staff should be tested every week. for people living in sonoma county, life is moving one step closer to how it looks before this pandemic took over. the county has gotten the green light to move deeper into phase 2 of governor gavin newsom's roadmap to recovery plan. ktvu 2's sara zendehnam to joins us with how this is happening and the transition taking place. >> reporter: some sonoma county restaurants are getting ready to reopen. they have to get creative. that is because the new health order only allows outdoor dining at restaurants. businesses without patio areas have to come up with ways to still serve customers outside. wineries, breweries and bars can open with outdoor dining if meals are served. they can also offer curbside pickup and delivery.
pizza penny penny restaurant in petaluma is transforming part of its parking lot area to a patio. tables will be limited to people to people who live together. although one restaurant owner is confused about that rule. >> how do you enforce that? we have had this conversation. how do you enforce something like that? >> there are other changes that also went into effect this weekend. summer day camps can reopen. drive-in ceremonies can happen as long as people stay in their cars. in person faith-based counseling is a lot of virtual sessions are not possible. libraries can offer curbside pickup. as for wineries, kendall jackson and campbell wineries will open for customers today at 11 am.
sonoma joins nothing and sonoma counties and loosening restrictions. there is no word on when the other six bay area counties plan to do the same. oakland mayor libby schaff was tested for covid-19 at a drive through testing site in east oakland. the test was done yesterday afternoon at the allen temple baptist church on 85th and international. the mayor said she is not experiencing major symptoms of the coronavirus, but it does have a sore throat and wanted to air on the side of caution. >> this is open for everyone. the more people get tested, the more we will be able to control this virus, and the fastest we will be able to get back to work and our lives in a way that is safe and healthy. >> that drive through testing site is free and open until 7:00 every night. anyone wanting a test must make
an appointment. timeout is a:09. let's talk about our weather. certainly, things are going to be changing. what a difference a week makes, rosemary. >> you are right. remember back on sunday it was raining and that rain lasted until the end of the week. now we are facing heat, not only the warm-up, but an excessive heat advisory takes place for tomorrow. giving a live look at the east bay shore in san francisco where we have patchy fog in a bit of haze. san francisco is 55 degrees, upper 50s for oakland, livermore and san jose. temperatures are a few degrees warmer around the bay area. keep pointing out fairfield, one of the only spots that is cooler this morning that it has to do with a week onshore breeze living in the delta. concord is reporting 5 miles per hour.
very common in the north bay, most of the peninsula and the south they reporting on conditions. there is a look at that fog along the coastline. you can see it and just inside the bay. a view of where our temperatures typically are for this time of year, and where we expect them to move today, 91 for santa rosa, 15 degrees above the seasonal average. oakland is going to 81. livermore is 90 and san jose is 87. temperatures are way above the seasonal average and climbing in the days ahead. we will go with the 80% for san raphael, 86 in redwood city. for the inner east bay, 90 degrees is expected over livermore. getting into your bay area memorial monday, the heat watch for most of the bay area will last for a few days. details on those numbers and what to expect coming up in a little bit. israel's prime minister is standing trial today.
saturday. dolores park was so crowded you could barely see those circles. they were painted wednesday and thursday at dolores park, little marina green, washington square and the lawn of the jackson's playground. when our photographers were out yesterday, we saw very few people practicing social distancing or paying attention to those circles. contra costa county's deputy health officer is encouraging people to get out this holiday weekend, but reminding people to do it safely. >> we want to remind people, if you go to the parks, go for exercise, not to socialize. be outside with your own household but do not mix between households. you don't know if you have it or someone who you are hanging out with me have it, they may not have symptoms. >> bay area health officials are reminding people of the cdc study that shows 15% to 80% of the study that shows those who
had covid symptoms did not show symptoms. the island preserve in vallejo has been closed since october. tomorrow, it will be open for a few hours. the army corps of engineers has been working to restore that preserve after a fire there. officials say there was an overwhelming response after they announced a special memorial day service would be held at the preserve. it reached full registration capacity. priority was given to senior military veterans. the area will be open to the public in limited numbers between noon and five tomorrow afternoon. it is also open on weekends starting next saturday and through june. many people across california are heading off to the beach on this warm and sunny memorial day weekend. the unofficial beginning of summer comes to many california counties easing shelter at home restrictions.
any beaches in los angeles county are among those packed this weekend. they reopen along with beach parking lots and bike paths. there is still plenty of new public safety rules. >> there is still no umbrellas, coolers or easy ups. you can come down with your family, lay on a towel, sunbathe and watch your kids running at the tower. >> everyone who goes to an la county beach is required to wear a mask or other face covering. many people appear to be ignoring that order. a lot of people are heading out for the holiday weekend searching for sun and sand. beaches around the country have open for the unofficial start of some of officials are taking steps to make sure beachgoers have been to enjoy it safely. new york city beaches are open, but swimming is not allowed. >> we are disappointed. we excited to come down and check it out. with the rules and regulations,
absolutely disappointed. >> it won't restricts me from coming down and walking on the beach. i find even on the most crowded day, there is plenty of room. coastal officials are determining the rules for each beach on the jersey shore was all open once implementing social distancing guidelines and limiting the number of people. mother nature is really kind of gassing up the sunshine a little bit. brentwood, any act, about 102 or 103 the next couple of days? >> yes. it looks like tuesday and wednesday will be the hottest days. we are looking at a big heat up. some of the hottest temperatures this season, likely to break records. with all of this, the national weather service is issuing an excessive heat watch for most of the bay area.
giving you a look at what's happening around the bay, we have san francisco interview with patchy fog and haze to start the day. san francisco at 55 degrees. we have upper 50s in oakland. san jose is 58. it is a nice start to the day, relatively mild. notice the flow coming from the north and northeast. this is what we will see in the coming days. that drives us out and drives our temperatures as well. the only relief will be along the coastline where we expect a gentle seabreeze in the afternoon. this high-pressure strengthening over the bay area keeping rain to the north of us and bringing us hot temperatures eventually. here is a look at the excessive heat advisory and place to start tomorrow morning at 11:00. it goes all the way until thursday into the evening hours were closer to sunset. notice the shade of orange down to the south bay, all the way to the santa cruz minds and coastline. there are some areas not included, right along, northbay
coastline. it is going to be very warm. because of that afte it will re comfortable for the rest of us. sausalito is not included in advisory, but tiburon is. you can see along the coast of san francisco, as well as san mateo county, no advisory for areas over half moon bay and pacifica, the entire city of san francisco, including over the sunset district and areas over daly city as well. temperatures are continuing to climb today, but still comfortable. giving you a look at those temperatures, we took a look at san francisco earlier, but look at brent word at 63 already. 63 degrees is reported over concord. we have 65 and sam carlos and 63 in belmont. afternoon highs for today, mid-
80s in san raphael, san francisco, yesterday the high was 70 going to 75. pacifica also inching up by a few degrees. upper 70s to low 80s for the east bayshore and low 90s for inland cities. 87 for san jose, moneyless ghettos and 79 for santa cruz. for those of us that love the heat, it is on getting into memorial day tuesday wednesday and thursday time frame. 70s for coastline areas like half moon bay and pacifica. you get into santa cruz, well into the upper 80s. and low 100s tuesday and wednesday expected to be the hottest day for inland cities. take note and take it easy out there. up next, landlords are accused of exploiting the pandemic. how to tenant say their landlord tormented them.
he is only 16 years old, but arjun gove and has already made a couple short films. his recent one takes us through new york city on a bicycle. it was a chance for him to show the city in a different way. i talked to him about making the film. >> i just wanted to capture not just with the city looked like, but what it felt like to be here during this time. it is something hard to re- create on film, but i tried my best to re-create the mood of what new york city was like during this time. also, for me, the most interesting thing is seeing how different people are affected by it. i don't think i had one single intent. i just wanted to see how different people, how it touched them differently and how different people react to
it. >> what kind of reactions are you getting? >> i was totally shocked when some people told me they cried. it was not a reaction i thought it would have on people. i think everyone had this. for a new yorker to watch this, it means one thing. i'm sure for you to watch it, it means something completely different. for me what i get out of it is having to bike the streets and see what new york city was like. it was a shock to me but i feel like it is still the same city. i feel like it is going through a phase right now. already now, it is completely different than when i started two or three weeks ago. the city is a completely different place now. i just feel like the city is constantly changing. this was a phase where going through. >> i asked what is your next project now that you finish this one?
he said he is not sure. as he mentioned, the city has changed so new york looks different. he may make a film that documents that. thank you is a top 25. the white house announced president donald trump will be in florida for the launch of the space x rocket on wednesday. it will be the first time since the space shuttle program ended nine years ago that the u.s. will send astronauts into space from american soil. this will be the first time a private u.s. company launched a rocket carrying crew as well. nasa has paid space x to carry out the launch. vice president mike pence is expected to be at the launch. nasa is limiting the number of people because of the pandemic. northern california pastors say they appreciate the president labeling their work is essential. what some pastors they will say they will do now to reopen churches. ♪
a number of churches and houses of worship across the state are anxious to reopen. how soon the state may give them approval to hold services. protesters are taking over the streets of hong kong for the first time in months. demonstrators calling for independence from china. from ktvu fox 2 news, this
is mornings on 2. good morning to you. taking a look outside, there is interstate 880 as it rolls through oakland and pass the coliseum. you are taking a look at the skies this. just a handful of clouds dotting the sky and the horizon this morning. certainly, changes are coming to your forecast. you will certainly like what rosemary has to say this morning. good morning to you, happy sunday. it is may 24, i am claudine wong. >> good morning, claudine. i'm looking at the traffic there. it is kind of nice. sunshine is back in the forecast and lots of it. this memorial day weekend will be hot, right? >> oh, yes. yesterday, the trend began. he will continue today and in the days ahead. it becomes uncomfortable for
him in even our bayside communities will be hot this time of year. outside our doors this hour, we have blue skies with patchy fog and haze prayer afternoon today. we are 3 degrees to 6 degrees warmer than yesterday. by monday, an excessive heat watches in place for bay area communities and inland. it is expected to last until thursday as inland cities reach into the lower 100 and bayside communities reach into the 80s. i will have better details on what to expect today and an advisor coming up and a little bit. sonoma county is the latest county to move deeper into stage ii of california's road to recovery plan. the new rules allow for outdoor dining only with social distancing rules and mask requirements. restaurant owners are eager to seat and serve customers again after more than two months on relying only on takeout orders.
many sonoma county restaurants are doubling patio space to make room for outdoor customers. they are going to use disposable utensils and will make sure there is plenty of hand sanitizer available. officials in humboldt county are deciding on taking a more cautious approach to reopening there. that decision comes after county health officials recorded 30 new cases in a two-week period and the county's first two deaths. this morning, there are 93 confirmed cases of coronavirus in humboldt county. since governor newsom granted the county approval to reopen, hundreds of businesses applied to restart. on friday, 255 have been certified to reopen. the president called on state and local leaders around the country to let churches hold services over the weekend, even though some are still under lockdown. some northern california pastors are grateful for the
president, calling their work essential. >> reporter: recall, a pastor at christian center in sacramento said it's church close their doors in march due to stay-at-home orders. >> delivering our messages through live broadcast and things like that on sundays. >> as some states across the country started the process. president donald trump is calling on governors to allow all houses of worship reopen this weekend. >> i was grateful the president sees the church in that matter and also aware that where we are in california, our governor has a position with the science. >> i agree with the president all worship is essential. we have felt that way from the beginning. >> reporter: pastor bill gates has been holding dragon services that says waiting on clear direction from local officials. >> now, we are doing drive in
worship which has been fun and a big challenge for us. we don't have to worship in a building. we enjoyed being able to see each other. >> in the state of california, houses of worship have not been given the all clear to fully reopen. some church leaders say they are waiting for state and local direction for letting people in. >> we want people to be healthy. we don't want him to come to anyone. we can block all seats in skid grows. >> you can get information on all the reopening's across the nine bay area counties with our news app. there is a running list of what is open and where near the top of the page. new this morning, the corruption trial of israel's prime minister benjamin net and yahoo
there was a crowd outside of the courthouse in jerusalem when he arrived. once inside, he says he was the victim of concerted conspiracy by police, prosecutors and the media, and so the trial is an attempt to impose him. he is the first israeli and prime minister to go on trial. he is accused of fraud, breach of trust and accused of accepting bribes. legal analysts say the case could drag on for years. protesters have returned to the streets of hong kong as the government signals it wants to have tighter controls of the territory. police have used tear gas and water cannons to break up the crowds of thousands of demonstrators. protests stemmed as china's communist party is proposing a national security law that will allow china to more directly control hong kong and stop political dissent. some protesters are calling for
hong kong's independence. leaders in hong kong have tried to reassure the public and business interests over this proposed law. investigators are trying to determine a crop cause leading onto a plane crash in pakistan. recovery teams found the black boxes. the plane crashed into a dense neighborhood a few minutes before arrival. one of the survivors as the pilot tried to make several attempts to land at the airport. >> after the crash, i saw so much smoke and fire. i heard people crying and shouting. i opened my seatbelt and saw a tiny light coming inside. i follow the light. i jumped from a 10 feet height and escaped >> amazing. pakistan's aviation minister says they are conducting an independent investigation. records from last month that the aircraft was fully
airworthy. early findings from a new study shows promising results to the foster city-based gilead sciences antiviral drugs trent remdesivir . researchers say it can't work to treat patients with covid-19. they add while the drug does not cure patients suffering from severe symptoms, it can help with their recovery. researchers tested 1000 patients. those who took the drug recovered within 11 days on average while those who took a placebo recovered in 15 days. a big holiday weekend, a lot of folks are in their backyard barbecuing, if not today then tomorrow. you might want to hide under a towel because it will be hot. >> we will need the water, the sunblock in the shade. make sure to give yourself rest if you are somebody that has to be working outdoors. it is going to be hot in the
coming days. outside our doors at this hour still relatively cool to mild. a lot of 50s around the bay area, under mostly sunny skies. you see that fog and haze hanging around the city. patches of fog along the coastline and inside the day. 55 in san francisco, upper 50s in santa rosa and oakland. 58, in right about san jose. temperatures are within a few degrees of where we started yesterday. a tad warmer, we see that happen when afternoon highs come out. a little bit of an onshore breeze in a few isolated areas. one of those is through the delta and fairfield. yesterday you had a northeast breeze. this morning it is more westerly. take a look at how calm it is out there along the peninsula and the coast. it is calm in the north bay. fairfield is reporting that southwest breeze at about 13.
it is trickling in. giving you a view of the temperatures yesterday compared to today. napa, 83 was your high yesterday, today is 89. concord will warm up a few degrees they expect 90 and 87 the afternoon high in san jose. temperatures into the low 100 for inland cities for the days ahead. better details on your afternoon highs today and the advisor expected in the coming days for that heat in a little bit. we are learning more about the fire at pier 45 at fisherman's wharf. the challenges firefighters face to get that blaze under control.
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welcome back. as we approach the end of the month, many tenants may need protections provided by eviction moratoriums. not everyone is following those rules. greg lee spoke to two tenants who say they were subject to outrageous behavior from their landlords. >> reporter: inside this homolog dharamsala butler not only enjoyed the coronavirus, she says she was terrorized by her landlord. >> i woke up i couldn't talk and my chest was on fire. my mother said go to the hospital. i went to the hospital right away. they were like you, you have it. >> reporter: doctors diagnosed her with mild symptoms of covid- 19 and told her to some quarantine in march. she notified her landlord, peggy montgomery, and asked her not to enter or rent the room next to her.
>> she offered me money to leave the next day. >> sick and was nowhere to go, continued to quarantine when she says montgomery's actions became erratic, even prompting butler to police several times. then, but when recorded this video showing montgomery trying to break into the room through the window. she says it is not the first time, either. the oakland city attorney stepped in, writing a letter ordering the landlord to seize the and lawful conduct. still, things escalated. >> she came downstairs and banging on the door, and kicked the door knob off the door and started banging on the door. >> this is really outrageous behavior by the landlord. it's the landlord taking the law into their own hands. >> butler recovered and had an attorney. >> we are seeing this time able
they are panicking about tenants breaking leases and panicking about tenants who are sick. >> reporter: tenants rights attorney joseph and his former representing cora, he began renting a room in his home four months ago. >> you guys seem to be nice people. they say yeah, same for us also, it seems to us are also nice. >> reporter: after working up his work week at a biotech company, he says he wanted to clear his head. so he got into his car and started driving toward that is when his phone started buzzing with text from his landlord. his landlord locked him out saying his stuff would be placed outside. she accused him of violating the safer at-home order by taking a drive, that he was
putting her life in jeopardy. >> i told her that you can do that it is illegal. and they're like we can do whatever we want. i said well if you guys do that, i have to call the cops. >> police came and try to resolve the situation but he says she refused to let him back in. >> she said i will give him the rent and pay than the deposit. i told him i don't need money, i need shelter. >> reporter: we called the landlord, she said she didn't trust him which police gave her the right to any direct eviction and gave a refund. and tamiko morris says they haven't flooded for calls for tenants facing situations like this. she reminds them they are protected by eviction moratoriums. >> i do believe moratoriums are clear that there cannot be eviction activity during this time unless it is a life- threatening situation where you have a tenant doing something to threaten the health and safety's of others on the property. >> reporter: butler in iraq were able to find places to home. the stress of their situations
still lingers. >> i don't feel safe there. she changed and didn't give me a combination to the gate. her behavior is not normal. >> what they did is wrong. happening today, demolition crews in san francisco are going to start tearing down a pedestrian overpass in the western addition neighborhood. this is new video that was just taken in the last hour by hour crews. the pedestrian bridge at derry boulevard was built in the early 1960s. it is not too steep to meet current requirements to accommodate people with disabilities. the demolition work is expected to affect traffic in the area today and tomorrow. let's check in with rosemary, big holiday weekend
here. if you like it hot, you will love the next couple of days. rosemary, good morning. >> some of the hottest temperatures we have seen this season. so hot, the national weather service is issuing a watch for that heat and there is the possibility of a little bit of a hazardous type of weather coming our way. if you do enjoy the heat, that is what is on the horizon. let's talk about the heat watch expected over the next few days. we will talk about that first and come back around and talk about your bay area sunday. the heat watch starts tomorrow morning and last until thursday. that is going to be the timeframe of the hottest weather we see. tuesday and wednesday look to be the extreme hottest when our inland cities reach above 100 degrees. of course, going to break records on this. the bigger story is you need to take it easy out there.
be aware of the heat related illnesses that come along with this type of heat. if you feel like you are having a heat related stroke or exhaustion, make sure to take shelter and drink a lot of water and get shade. here is a look at what's going on as far as the ridge of high pressure. we have been watching this for a couple of days. it is strengthening our way. we will continue to do so and push that storm track to the north of us. today, temperatures are ranging from the upper 60s in areas around pacifica to low 90s for inland cities.rmer day, but not as hot as what we expect in the week ahead. right now, temperatures are 55 in san francisco, low 60s in oakland, 70 degrees for neighborhoods near brentwood and into the north bay. 57 in santa rosa. his temperatures are a few degrees warmer in most areas. in calm conditions around the bay area. we have a light delta breeze. fearful is slightly cooler because of it.
into the afternoon a look at the south bay. san jose is expected to move into the upper 80s today. so 79 degrees expected right around lunch time and 80s through the rest of the afternoon peaking in the late afternoon. as far as the north bay, 90 degrees for novato. we will go 80 degrees from oakland, 75 in san francisco. into the south bay, upper 70s to low 80s. here is a look at your extended forecast. there are those temperatures in and around 100 degrees plus. monday, tuesday wednesday and thursday and for inland communities, low 90s around the day. i know that is a hot one because i do not have ac. be prepared for that and as you get along the coastline, we have a light onshore breeze that will keep temperatures around the coast more comfortable. mid to upper 70s expected for pacifica and half moon bay. santa cruz is into the 80s. back to you.
time now is a:49. cases of racism related to the coronavirus pandemic have leaders in the local asian- american community upset. how some video producers are calling attention to the issue and why they say racism is a virus. ♪ here's what we want everyone to do. count all the hugs you haven't given. all the hands you haven't held. all the dinners you didn't share with friends. the trips you haven't taken. keep track of them. each one means one less person vulnerable, one less person exposed, and one step closer to a healthier community. so for now, keep your distance.
three people were hospitalized after a two alarm fire in antioch. the fire damaged two houses and a garage along the street east of the old downtown area last night around 7:00. people hospitalized were being treated for smoke inhalation. the american red cross is helping them. the cause of the fire is under investigation. police are searching for clues this morning and a shooting that left one person injured. the shooting happened around 3:00 yesterday afternoon at the calvary cemetery on martin avenue. police found an adult male suffering from a gunshot wound. his injuries are considered non- life-threatening. police have not arrested a suspect. the famous beto o'rourke music festival in napa will kick off this weekend in a way that has never been done before.
the festival is live streaming memorable performances from past years since this year's three-day event had to be postponed. yesterday, the cultural lineup included imagine dragons. the weekly stream continues every friday at 5 pm. next week, the lineup includes earth wind and fire. any show of prayer appreciation during this pandemic. a caravan from the bay area brought food and health supplies to farmworkers on the central coast. 8290 vehicles traveled. they loaded up all of the items and met at san jose's a store park before heading out. the caravan also served as an appreciation parade for farmworkers. >> we have great respect for all the essential workers. the farmworkers are feeding america. every single evening when you
eat, it is because farmworkers are working day and night to put food on their tables. >> organizers say the states 1 million farm workers cannot hunkered down at home but are spending long hours for little pay in fields and packing plans to provide families with food. coming up, restaurants, wineries and breweries are able to reopen in sonoma county this weekend. it changes people can expect when going to enjoy a meal or drink. >> reporter:
happening today nascar returns this afternoon for the coca-cola 600, special race not because it is the longest race on the schedule but because nascar will also honor fallen soldiers. each car will carry the name of a fallen servicemember on its windshield. the field will have a moment of remembrance mid-race. engine start at 3:00 this afternoon. wedding bells ringing at the chase center in san francisco. amid the pandemic, the bride and groom were forced to get creative and came to the big day so they shifted plans and tie the knot outside the home of the golden state warriors, all while following social distancing guidelines, congratulations to them. the circumstances and ceremony were something to remember and even there witness with special. it was the warriors shooting
guard jordan poole. the rose garden temporarily closed and there is a reason why. they are trying to protect the wild turkeys there. yesterday, you remember, we told you about a turkey named gerald, gerald was not happy with the people who were visiting and was attacking people as they walk through the park so, the rose garden posted on facebook the oakland animal services contacted the california department of fish and wildlife for guidance and support and for now, they are just asking you to stay out of the park. coming up, sonoma county is the latest bay area county to move further into phase 2 of the state reopening process, the restaurant rules and other changes in the county that are now in effect. a neighborhood in disbelief after a woman pens a racist
letter. fire investigators looking today causing a massive fire on p 45, firefighters say they were able to save the uss jeremiah from burning . good morning everyone, a nice view of the south bay, the san jose airport i believe right there. that looks like the stadium as well. what it looks like, a beautiful sunday as we get ready for the memorial day holiday. good to have you back, welcome to mornings on 2, is a sunday, it is maybe 24th. thank you for joining us, let's talk about the weather, people will notice it. meteorologist rosemary orozco watching rising temperatures force. this will be hard to ignore, right? >> yes. good morning, temperatures begin to warm up and yesterday
a beautiful day, 60s along the coast, a lot of the 70s around the bay and 80s inland, today we tack on a few degrees, anywhere from 3-6 degrees above where we were yesterday. but eventually, as early as tomorrow the heat will really be on as we see even advisory for excessive heat in some areas. here is a look at what we can expect for today. along the coast, upper 60s for pacifica to upper 70s over areas near santa cruz, mostly sunny and warm around the bay, upper 70s to mid 80s for most of you come upper 80s in areas with inland cities widespread 80s yesterday, today low 90s and the forecast. as i mentioned a moment ago, clto about 100 degrees plus getting into the days ahead. better details what you can expect for bay area sunday and the excessive heat watch coming up just a little bit. the people living in summit county have moved a step closer to their lives before the
pandemic the county has received a green light to move a little deeper into phase 2 of the governor roadmap to recovery. more details on that, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the sonoma county new health order is slowly different than neighboring napa county health, the big difference? sonoma county restaurants can only serve customers outside. businesses without patio areas have to get creative like what is happening at the henny penny restaurant in petaluma, they spent time this morning transforming part of the parking lot area so people can order and dine outside. wineries, breweries, and bars get open for outdoor dining as well as long as meals are served. and also offer curbside picket and delivery. we spoke to a winery owner does not think all wineries can open it once that is a good thing. >> it will be a relatively
smaller. wineries that already have the ability to do food service. is actually a good thing. my own feeling if there be opened it once there could be a lot of problems. so, there will be a slow reopening as we watch each other and what works and what does not work. >> other changes also went into effect this weekend in summit county. summer day camp can reopen. drive in ceremonies like graduations and religious services can happen as long as people stay in their cars. in person faith-based counseling is a lot of virtual sessions are not possible, libraries can offer curbside pickup. as for wineries, we know kendall jackson and look from a wineries open to customers today at 11:00 in sonoma county. reporting live, so resented him, ktvu fox 2 news.
there is no word when six other bay area counties plan to do the same. you can get information on all the reopening across the bay area counties with the ktvu news app, running list of what is open right at the top of the page. california health officials urging all the homes to test residents and staff. this is throughout the pandemic. a continuous hotspot for covid- 19. about 35% of all the debts of the state happen happened its healthcare facilities. already nursing a residence are required with staff to be tested. the new regulations say once a case is confirmed in a facility, residents and staff should be tested every week.
the oakland mayor libby schaaf was tested for covid-19 at a drive-through testing site in oakland. the test was done yesterday afternoon at the baptist church at 85th and international. mayor chef says she's not experiencing major symptoms of the coronavirus but has a sore throat and went air the side of caution. >> it is open for everyone, the more people get tested, the more we can control the virus. the faster we can get back to work, get back to our lives, in a way that is safe and healthy. >> director testing sites are free and open until 7:00 every night, anybody who wants a test has to make appointment. san leandro police arrested a woman seen on video posting racist letters in a neighborhood. the letters had written and put on paul's outside five different homes in the air and a neighborhood, the letter quotes the constitution and says in part if you were born
in another country, return, go back to your land immediately, fast, with urgency. one victim taught us and says he thinks the pandemic could be demoted for the letter but says no matter what the reason, it's still scary. >> is actually my son was going, you know, taking groceries out of the trunk. >> he says he was relieved to hear about the arrest, but he hopes it is just one person and not a group responsible for the threatening letters. other victims say they were just too scared to talk to us about the letters. investigators in san francisco are still trying to determine the cause of the massive fire near fisherman wharf. the fire was appear 45 and broke out shortly after 4:00 yesterday morning. quickly grew to for alarms the flame shots 100 file or setting
up bill is a black smoke miles away. could also cause major damage to the storage warehouse, one firefighter suffered a minor head injury while battling flames, fortunately, nobody else was hurt. huge flames came dangerously close to the uss jeremiah orion anchored at pier 45. >> the more than 150 san francisco firefighters who battled the fire managed to save the historical were two shot. firefighters say the success was due largely to a fire boat that raced to the scene early yesterday morning. the fire boat three was detailed and tasked with saving the jeremiah which they successfully did. this was a test involved greater than 100 people with flames going over the jeremiah orion. structural collapse with the walls coming in. all of those related to the
jeremiah being saved. >> see jeremiah o'brien is a floating museum which was built and launched during world war ii. is part of the successorship armada that stormed the beaches of normandy on d-day back in 1944. >> there is a lot of history on the peer. that is the o'brien. potentially if it was out of control you would have seen over 100 years of history go up with a big part of history of the area. >> historians note the crew named the ship the lucky o'brien and it has now made it through yet another very close call. firefighters also were able to use equipped to protect other structures including a tourist attraction full of antique penny arcade and the infamous six foot tall laughing robot.
they posted a thank you online for all the san francisco firefighters who helped to protect the building. your time now is eight minutes after 9:00, let's talk to rosemary about the heat, because the heat is coming. >> yes, good morning. clotting frank we are looking at sunny skies, warm weather today. then, becoming a properly hot as we get into the days of the bay area coming our way as well. how about areas of san francisco with haze out there, fog on the coast and around the bay, 55 degrees right now in san francisco. oakland, low 60s as well as livermore and san jose, santa rosa checking in at 63 degrees. temperatures slightly cooler, slightly warmer than others and of auto down by four. san jose up by two. all morning long up until this
point, fairfield was trailing behind by a few degrees from yesterday morning due to an onshore breeze up by 2 degrees and it shows in the wind. we now have a north breeze coming into areas of fairfield, the goals of wesley breeze has been cut off and now replaced by the north wind as a result. temperatures up. a look here at what we can expect for today, upper 60s for the coastline areas pacific at half moon bay. low 90s well inland, areas around antioch, brentwood into the north bay low 90s expected for santa rosa today, 91 the afternoon highs, 76 the average 50 degrees above average for you there. 10 degrees above average in san francisco, 75 inspected today, oakland 7 degrees above the seasonal norm of 81. livermore by 12 degrees. 90 will be the afternoon highs. here is a battleground for you, 82 for san mateo. 85 fremont. indiana north bay of napa.
temperatures continuing to climb into your memorial day monday. national weather service has advisory for most areas away from the coast. details on that what you can expect temperature-wise coming up in just a little bit. thank you. the first day of the corruption trial for the israel minister is over. we are already seeing signs the legal battle will be a long costly. how a a new survey takes a look at how well people in california are adhering to the latest health directions .
the asian leaders alliance in san francisco released a new video called racism is a virus. it was done in partnership with social justice video. i spoke to the creative producer of the video. as well as the cofounder of ala. >> to be honest, we set out to do a couple promoter products for struggling organizations during the cold time. i recently experienced a couple racist ask myself. i think three days prior to ala reaching out. then the studio team reached out it was like hey, we have ala interested in making
information during this time you think they will take this? how do you feel about it? i was like, i would love that. i think we stepped in and reached out to the team and we were like we would love to be a part of this. to share stories to people. everything is understanding. before play the video for people who want it, tell me what the purpose of the video is? give it an introduction. >> go for it. >> so, the purpose of the video is to actually put a face to the stories. a lot of acts are happening in this article disassociates a person from what is really happening. for the purpose the face of a p being racist towards them. so with the video we want to put that light, shy that like, make sure there's a call to action.
so, as we see it's a speaker to ala, we want people to tell their stories, at our website, tell your story and see the call to action for the overall community against racism. >> so, this video is two minutes long. it tells personal stories from people around the bay area. the ala consist of leaders from groups of different companies and organizations in san francisco. again, the group hopes the video not only speaks to people but also serves as a call to action if you want to watch the video you can find another website at ktvu.com, just look at the web looks. the shelter-in-place order put into effect 60 days ago nearly 10 weeks now but despite its phone is don't seem to mind according to a new survey from the california healthcare foundation. the survey asked more than 1000 people and found that more than 65% supports the stay at home order is. ch cf found 80-20% of
californians are wearing masks, social distancing and washing her hands. 70% trust state and local health department. for 50 primary care doctors also were surveyed and like many businesses, many doctors are now feeling the financial burden of the pandemic. >> it's really tough out there for primary care practices. and particularly practices that are smaller. practices with far fewer doctors, one third of the doctors we heard from in the survey are actually worried the practice will not survive the pandemic. historically, healthcare is considered recession proof. that you know, it's a sector of the economy that holds up very well during periods of economic distress. you know, we are starting to see some indications healthcare may not be pandemic proof, you know? this is an unprecedented time right now, we are seeing
historic drops and patient volume and it's really hitting primary care practices in the state quite hard. one of the byproducts of covid- 19 has been telemedicine. more and more doctors are screening patients over zoom other virtual media and numbers have skyrocketed, according to a survey, over 50% of medical professionals believe the convenience of telemedicine will likely make it a permanent fixture after the pandemic. things are changing, it's hard to figure out where we can go, where we feel comfortable going, even if we get the green light, right? you know, you say you can go in but just, it just takes a little bit. certainly we want to go out and when it's sunny need to, fi bit of shade, maybe this week. >> really it is confusing. morning to you. you think about
the beautiful weather, i'd like, just don't think about it, just don't think about, stay inside, yes can we are looking at a nice warm up, began yesterday. yesterday, gorgeous day, i had a chance to get outdoors with a mask on. today, a few degrees warmer. as we get into the days ahead, it will turn really hot in many areas, let's take a look at what is going on, the golden gate bridge in view where we have just a patchy bit of fog as well as a little bit of haze, not much to speak of but you can kind of see from the live cameras this morning, here's a look at the ridge of high pressure continuing to strengthen towards the west coast. pushing north of us, we are seeing a little bit of activity going on over areas of washington, oregon and farther north. for us, it will be about warming trend, we are looking at excessive heat watch starting tomorrow morning, and less until thursday at 7:00. notice how widespread it is, for the north bay, the entire east bay, east bayshore, down
into the south bay with the santa cruz mountains as well as the santa cruz coastline, we are not seeing it in areas along the north bay coast, bodega bay, point reyes area, looks like sausalito is not included in this, as we shift along san francisco cemetery county coastlands, you can see pacifica, half moon bay, the small little entities in the stretch, it includes the entire city of san francisco all the way through the sunset district including daly city as well. again, this starts tomorrow and lasts a few days. just as a reminder how it works this time of year, the coastline begins to cool off by wednesday or thursday. it takes until thursday evening before inland cities see the expiration. here's a look at what is going on temperature-wise. for tonight degrees san francisco. 60s oakland. low 70s already brentwood and 76 fairfield.
i keep talking about fairfield this morning because it was one of the only places that had started out 7 degrees cooler because of an onshore breeze. that has since died out and now a north breeze over areas of fairfield. here's a look at livermore by lunchtime, already in the low 80s. a lot of folks inland cities, livermore, concord, santa rosa, warming to 90 degrees or so for today, you can all kind of expect the same route where teachers will be in the low 80s around 1:00 then, upper 80s until the second part of the day, here is a view of what we can expect north become 85%, 75 in the city of san francisco, upper 60s pacifica, you go inlet, 93 antioch today, for the south bay, upper 70s and low 80s, i should say upper 80s low 90s. 90 degrees morgan hill. santa cruz will be gorgeous, mostly sunny skies, upper 70s, here is a view of the extent forecast. again, excessive heat watch, tomorrow only through thursday
but notice thursday the graphic temperatures for the coastline and bayside committees do begin to have relief, unfortunate. it takes an extra day before it moves inland. back to you. >> crank up the ac. thank you. up next. you heard it, the official start of summer. look very different this year. the difference we are saying across the country and how people are celebrating over the big memorial day weekend. we cannot go to the movies right now but that does not mean you will miss some of what the studio will have his summer blockbusters. we find some of the new releases and possibly get a better than usual price, we explain when we come back.
back at 9:25. traffic circles paid in san francisco parts serve as a reminder for people to social distance. they did not work very well. look at this. this is crazy. dolores park so crowded, you can't even see the circle. they were painted wednesday and thursday. marina green, washington square on the lawn of jackson playground. when our photographers were out yesterday, we saw very few people practicing social distancing. or paying any attention to those circles. contra costa county help officers encouraging people to
get outside this holiday weekend, but reminding everybody to do that safely. but, due to saves you can. >> we want to remind people that if you go to the park, go for exercise, not to socialize. no groups, no deference to be outside with your own household but do not mix households. >> you do not know if you have it or something that you hang out with has a because they may not have symptoms. >> area health officials also reminding people the cdc study shows between 50 and 80% of all covid-19 cases have been passed on for people who were not showing any symptoms. across the country, people are searching for sun and sand over this holiday weekend, beaches have reopened around the country for the official start of the summer. officials are taking steps to try to make sure beachgoers can go there and still enjoy it safely, new york city beaches are open but swimming is not
allowed. >> definitely we are disappointed, so excited to check a lot, but with all of the rules and regulations, i'm actually disappointed. >> it will not restrict coming down and walking on the beach, i find even on the most crowded day there is plenty of room. >> nearby new jersey, postal officials determining the rules for each beach on the jersey shore with all open once implementing social distancing guidelines and limiting the number of people. some northern california passengers say they appreciate the present labeling work as essential, what some pastors say they will do about reopening their churches. one northern california county is considering how quickly it should be open is as is there. we tell you what prompted officials to take a second look at their plans.
a live look to south lake tahoe, you can see there is still snow on the mountains can be like beautiful just to remind you, if you are thinking, maybe we should go there, lake tahoe is not allowing visitors for memorial day weekend, in fact, thousand dollar fine if you go there and you're not supposed to. the exception is if you own property up there. those are people not allowed to return. so, recent restrictions there. but, a slow return to places we love to go to. welcome back to mornings on 2, thank you for waking up with this sunday, may 24. i'm claudine wong. >> i snapped a photo of that, friend just came back from tahoe and said there are signs everywhere on highway 80 as you go, electronic sense, if you do not live up your, you need to go home. because you could get find as you mentioned, $1000. it's gorgeous everybody, happy holiday weekend, let's check in with a woman who knows all things whether. she is delivering it in a hot
way, today, tomorrow, all week long, right? >> yes, good morning. gosh, the picture of lake tahoe, so tempting. it is not that long ago snow was falling over the sierra. effect, it was just a few days ago. you can believe. now, the unofficial start of summer is going to feel like, yesterday another gorgeous day, we can hang on the picture all day long, we have temperatures coming up for the afternoon today. a handful of degrees or yesterday, hopefully you found yesterday enjoyable, today will be just as nice, upper 60s at the coast to low 80s expected russian say low 90s for inland cities, as we get into monday, that is what really turns hot. inland cities will be 100 degrees above, not only monday but tuesday, wednesday and thursday as well. and excessive heat watch, details on this and what you can expect today coming up just a bit. okay. thank you.
people living in summit county are moving one step closer to the life he knew before this coronavirus pandemic too. the county has gotten the green light for phase 2 per governor newsom's roadmap to recovery plan. sara zendehnam joins us live details. i think this is always good news. it's always a bit confusing what this looks like an what normal life, you know tends to be no. >> yes. very confusing. it really depends on what county you live in, and the rules you have to follow, in sonoma county is a very slow gradual reopening process, the rules are slightly different than napa and solano counties which already have moved deeper into the phase 2. not the big difference, restaurants in sonoma county can only serve meals to customers outside. there are many businesses without outdoor seating areas, so, have to be created.
the henny penny restaurant in petaluma blocked off area of the parking lot and put tables and chairs out there for customers to be able to enjoy their meals at the restaurant. the tables are spread apart and only a few of them but it's about getting back into the swing of things. wineries, breweries and bars can also open for outer dining if meals are served, the offer curbside pick up and delivery as well. spoke to a winery owner who says restaurants and wineries can help each other out during the time. >> there is a win-win here as restaurants are struggling with many of the same things, they too are allowed to have the slow, soft reopening and can partner with wineries who provide food and at the end of the day, the concept of pairing food and wine is that it is a no-brainer. that is we should be doing. >> there other changes but also going to affect this weekend in sonoma county, summer day camps can be open, drive in several
is like religious services and graduations can happen as long as people stay in their cars. in person counseling allowed a virtual session it is not possible in libraries can offer curbside pickup. as for wineries we know kendall jackson and sonoma wineries are open 11:00. reporting live, sara zendehnam, ktvu fox 2 news. officials will county decided to take a more cautious approach to reopening there. this decision made after health officials reported early 32 cases in the counties first two deaths. this morning 93 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in humboldt county since governor newsom granted approval from a 13, hundreds of businesses to restart, according to the county website friday, 250 have certified to reopen. and estimated 2000 people rallied at the state capital in
the latest protest against the california state order, demonstrators from across california came to sacramento yesterday for protest they were calling the liberty fast. they are demanding governor newsom immediately reopen california businesses and lift state restrictions on businesses, religious and social gatherings. >> i went to my grandmothers house the other day and she cannot even hug me. i go to my church for the past then marry me. he has a mascot and gloves on and he is in fear. >> people county. i had to lay them off. >> that hurts more than anything. >> yesterday protest was similar to earlier demonstrations for the california stay at home order, most of the protesters were not wearing masks and appeared to largely ignore social distancing guidelines. president trump:state and local leaders around the country to reopen churches over the weekend labeling them as essential.
california, all of the houses of worship shutdown in mid- march because of the state locked down. the pastor in sacramento says he has continued on for sermons but it's been online because that is all it is allowed right now. >> i was grateful the president sees the church in that manner. also aware california the governor has a position with the science. >> agree that worship is essential. we felt that we the very beginning, worship itself is essential. >> the new church has been holding private service at the parking lot, the pastor says it's not necessary to be inside of the church building itself to worship. both pastor saying they are making preparations now looking forward to welcoming back contributions but say at least for now, they will wait for state and local officials to tell us what it is safe. the coronavirus response
for the white house as it may not be safe for everybody to return to churches or houses of worship, that comes from doctor deborah burks despite president trump's recent order all churches be allowed to reopen immediately, doctor burks spoke to chris wall this morning on fox news sunday. >> it's important for donors and communities to let people know where their still high levels of viruslike here in washington dc, and chicago, los angeles. two really be sure those with abilities are protected. so, it's all goes, some are safe going to churches in may not be safe or those with pre- existing conditions. >> you can watch the entire interview on fox news sunday area this morning immediately after mornings on 2. a reminder you can't get all the reopening information across the nine bay area
counties with the ktvu news, running list of what is open and where and it's right near the top of the page. but san jose police searching for clues this morning and shooting that injured one person, the shooting happened around 3:00 yesterday afternoon on avenue, adele bell was suffering from a gunshot wound, he was in the hospital with non- life-threatening injuries, police have not arrested a suspect. for people hospitalized after a two alarm fire in any outcome officials say the fire damage was into homes in the garage east of the downtown area last night. about 7:00. hospitalized and treated for smoke relation. six adults overall, three kids displaced and the american red cross is working the families, because the fire is under investigation. demolition crews in san francisco have started tearing donning pedestrian overpass in
san francisco's western addition neighborhood. i want to show you video taken about 90 minutes ago, the pedestrian bridge was built back in the early 1960s but, it is now two steep to meet the current requirements to, people with disabilities, the demolition work is expected to affect traffic in the area through tomorrow. all right, if you have air conditioning, good for you. you are going to need it this weekend because, it's hot in a big way. >> yes, big warm up coming our way, the hottest a scene so far and this season or this year i should say, good morning frank and clotting. temperatures today will still be relatively comfortable but as we get into the day ahead, we are talking 100 degrees plus and a watch we need to talk but is welcome outside at this hour temperatures a few degrees were mr. gesser, some cooler, similar, right now, santa rosa 63 degrees, san francisco reporting 59 low 60s open, 60 for livermore and 63 outside of
your door in san jose. patchy fog outside this morning along the coastline, inside the bay as long as we have haze, three or 4 degrees in the upper east bay, concord, livermore, down by a few degrees in novato and half moon bay, you are very similar to where we started yesterday to temperature-wise. as far as the winds, generally, like, you can the the north bay a gentle breeze in napa, oakland reporting a few miles per hour as well, fairfield about 90 all-star, fairfield start with onshore breeze but it flipped around to a northerly breeze, temperatures coming to client, here's a look at what we're seeing as far as fog, you can see things are against the coastline inside the bay, we call for partly cloudy was a clear skies for the entire bay area. temperatures are coming up, 89 expected for napa this afternoon, yesterday it was 83. san francisco, you will warm 5 degrees and 75 is where you lead, copper looking at 90,
seven is 87. a few degrees warmer expected at least for most of us, here's a look around, we will see any to cemetery committee to hayward 90 degrees expected over concord. by tomorrow, 90s turn into 100 degrees. looks like tuesday and wednesday will be the hottest days of the week. more on those numbers and the excessive heat watch, the national weather service issued tomorrow listening to thursday coming up in just a little bit. all right, think you. protesters back on the streets of hong kong for the first time in months to talk about the law china is proposing sending thousands into the street. the summer movie season gets underway this weekend, even with lockdowns keeping most movie theaters close. some of the unusual plots unveiled this weekend and how you can get good movie deals .
strong right-wing premise your. he did not speak during today's one hour session is not required to appear in court again. the legal team says they will need at least two months to respond to the arraignment and and into the defense team legal analyst say the case likely will drag on years. protesters returns to the streets of hong kong the china government signals they want entire control the territory. used gas and water cannons to break up thousands of demonstrators, protests is the china communist party proposes the national security law that will allow china to more directly control hong kong and start political dissent, some protesters calling for the hong kong independence, leaders in the city tried to reassure the public and business interests over the proposed law. investigators are trying to figure out what led up to a plane crash in pakistan.
at least 97 people died of the crash, two people survived, recovery teams found black boxes, the plane was flying from the area friday crashing into a dense neighborhood a few minutes before arrival. one of the survivors said the pilot tried to make several attempts to land at the airport. >> after the crash i saw so much smoke and fire i heard people crying and shouting, i opened my seatbelt and looked around and saw light coming inside. i follow the light and walked on the plane and came out and jumped from 10 feet and escaped. >> the paxton aviation minister is now conducting an independent investigation. early findings from the study show promising results for the gilead sciences antiviral drug remdesivir. researchers say it could work to treat patients with covid- 19, they had while the drug does not cure patients,
suffering from severe symptoms it can help with recovery. researchers tested more than 1000 patients, those that took the drug recovered within 11 days on average while those who took a placebo recovered about 15 days. the first time in 20 years, aaa is not putting out any travel estimates for the holiday weekend, it's not surprising because they say it is expecting a record low number of numbers because the pediment. meanwhile the tsa says it screened more than 340,000 passengers friday at checkpoints across the country and is the most about two months. but, the number is still around 80% when you compare this to the same day last year, airlines hope we see a rebound. back about internet% of what we would expect the middle of april when we were on the bottom, it was closer to three or 4%, also a bit of interest for vacation travel and people
booking trips for holiday periods later in the year. >> the csa also made a number of changes including passengers scanning their own boarding passes at checkpoints is that of them over to tsa officers. 9:4 nice sunday, a restaurant among many adapting business models during the pandemic. restaurant is now selling high- quality grocery items including alaskan halibut, artesia bread and wine. their love to keep the entire staff employed during the pandemic months >> so gratifying to go through this experience, as painful as it has been to many, for many, for all of us, to go through such a learning experience and have a learning sense of what it means to grow together. >> santa clara county moved into phase 2 of the reopening
friday though the county has not yet moved deeper into phase 2 so restaurants are not yet able to offer dining services. it's memorial day weekend, that is usually the start of the summer blockbuster season with theater so close. this year looks very different. how releases are going online. >> memorial day weekend usually full of new movies. this year the new options go straight on demand. military wives with kristin scott thomas. >> but the real story about a group of military wives whose partners were in afghanistan and got together and decided to start acquire. >> a couple thrillers including survived the night with bruce. >> is about a disgraced doctor who is taken hostage by these bank robbers in his own home. the film called body camera.
this is an interesting one. mary j. blige is a veteran police officer who witnesses a weird murder for her body camera footage. then, begins to expose a supernatural entity killing police officers. to netflix positive the lovebirds. >> it stars lisa ray and it's about a couple going through things in their own relationship and they hit a defining point in the relationship when they become wrapped up in a murder. >> fandango has a deal for a mega movie weekend. >> hundreds of movies to rent on sale, you can get stuff as little as three dollars per prospectus theaters remain closed, a few more ideas for at home viewing. in hollywood, ashley dvorkin, foxnews. all right. 1951. another check the weather with
rosemary on this big holiday weekend. we are looking pretty good. >> yesterday. just be careful as you got, today will be warmer than yesterday. as we get it of the days ahead, it's going to be hot. we are talking 100 degrees or so. in fact we have excessive heat, the national weather service tomorrow morning starts just before noon, 11:00, all the way to thursday. temperatures on the coast expected to reach into the low 80s, inland cities will be baking, 100 degrees plus, looks like tuesday and wednesday right now to be the hottest days the week. so, hotter temperatures for the season, definitely breaking records well above average for this time of year and have to do with this system moving a little closer towards the coastline, a ridge of high pressure will be sticking with this. as it becomes a little bit stronger and closer it continues to heat us up, dry us
out and push strong tracks to the north, we have a little bit of rain over washington and oregon. nothing for the state of california and the next several days things will be good, we get the system from last weekend, here's a look it was happening in the village, we have a bit of a north northeast breeze out there, diablo reporting 35 miles per hour on say 11 19, the wind and its direction play a big factor in temperatures. with that, temperatures inland and east bay already were this morning. upper 60s before concord, 70 degrees one creek, 73 brentwood. 76 areas over fairfield. around the bay, upper 50s in san francisco, low 60s open. into the north bay 63, over areas of santa rosa and the south bay 63 in san jose and here is a look in san jose expected for the second part of the day, temperatures peaking late
afternoon. 90 degrees nevada today. 75 the city of san francisco. upper 60s low 80s, low 90s antioch. along the coastline, 69 in pacifica, 70 nine santa cruz, south bay, upper 80s over areas from san jose stretching to gilroy, low 90s and 90 degrees in the afternoon. the extent forecast, warming trend continues and, it becomes out by hot getting into the monday and tuesday and wednesday and thursday time for. low two i should say upper 70s for the coastline. areas right around pacifica, 80s around the bay. 90s expected and inlets is expected to remain hot all the way through thursday. thursday the onshore breeze will make a comeback, teachers to get all along the coastline and around the bay. there is a ticket till about friday until we get any relief out of that. just take it easy out there. make sure you take shelter and try to avoid prolonged activity
day, not just because it is the longest race in the schedule but because nascar will be honoring fallen u.s. soldiers, each car will carry the name of a fallen servicemember, above the windshield the field will pull into the pit race for a moment of remembrance this memorial day weekend. coverage begins today, 2:30 this afternoon that they reverend up at 3:00 right here on ktvu . the rose garden temporally close right now because they are trying to protect the wild turkeys there. if you remember, yesterday we told you about a wild turkey whose name is gerald. according to online post he was not very happy he was attacking people as they walked through the park. so, the rose garden posted on facebook that oakland animal services contacted the california department of fish and wildlife and they are looking for some guidance on how to deal. so, stay away for now. the happy hollow park zoo in san jose is asking for a little help to name a black-and-
white ruffled lemur pop born last month. the puppy is female and was born for the first time since 2018, leaders are considered endangered in the wild so the zoo asks for your help for three names with a special meeting. the national language of madagascar is where all species of lemur originate. last check the weather. a big holiday weekend, rosemary, some like it hot. some do not. too bad. >> yes, the official start of summer. boy will the feeling temperatures warmer today. then we get into big time heat with a heat advisory for the entire bay area away from the coastline. monday, tuesday, wednesday and thursday. so please take it easy out there, watch your kids, watch your pets, it will be hot, back to you. >> a good idea. hydrate and find the pool i
guess. clotting, rosemary, thank you for the, have a safe memorial day weekend everybody, take care . >> chris: i'm chris wallace. the country starts to venture out for the memorial day weekend as hope rises for coronavirus medical breakthroughs. >> we are making tremendous strides with therapies, cures and vaccines. >> chris: words of potential progress and sides of confidence as socially distant crops returned to restaurants, stores and beaches. we will ask dr. deborah birx, coordinator of the white house coronavirus task force when we can really expect then. >> where back to work today. >> chris: arkansas reopens even as it sees its largest single day spiking new cases. we will ask governor asa hutchinson about lifting restrictions