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>> time now is 6:00. thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen, carolyn tyler has the day off. if you have places to see, places to go, let's get a check of the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. hi, lisa. >> hello. yesterday we had sunshine. boy, it felt good the middle of the day. and a few high clouds today in advance of a weather system that will get us wet tonight into tomorrow. here's live doppler 7hd. we see a few returns up to the north. it's not out of the question we could see a stray shower, but for the most part everybody stays dry today. here is the funnel band and it is packing a pun. ahead of it with the high clouds, precluding some of the dense fog. we have patchy fog and some limited visibility, but not as bad as yesterday. 46 by the delta. one spot where you do have the fog. and also around concord, santa rosa 44. we will look for partly to
mostly cloudy skies today. temperatures maybe a degree or two cooler due to the cloud cover along the coast, the north bay. but for the most part, not bad. filtered sunshine out there and a break for some cleanup in anticipation of a pretty rainy week. at least the beginning coming up. we will have it for you in a few minutes. russ. >> 6:01 is our time. thousands of people took to the streets in the bay area and across the country yesterday to protest police shootings. it wasn't all peaceful. in oakland the protests turned violence with police making dozens of arrests after people continued marching in the streets, even after officers declared an unlawful assembly. one group was detained at 29 and telegraph and another group was surrounded by officers in riot gear at 17th and franklin. police say officers declared an unlawful assembly after vandals in the group hit a whole foods market on bay street. two large windows were shattered. nearby someone set a flag on
fire. at several points protesters tried to get on interstate 980 by downtown, but several officers quickly mobilized to keep the group from entering the freeway. the demonstrated, which ended around 9:30 last night started peacefully. about 3,000 people participated in the protests that coincided with demonstrations nationwide, calling attention to the death of unarmed black men at the hands of police. sky 7hd was over san francisco yesterday as protesters marched along market street to city hall. here's abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian in with a look at that part of the demonstration. [chanting] >> they chanted, they marched, and they remembered the one who brought them together. are. >> a moment of silence for those who have died. eric garner, oscar grant -- >> a list of those killed by law enforcement was long. although there were thousands of different faces in the crowd, there was one unified message. >> they are killing us.
they are killing us. and they can't anymore. we have to come together. >> black people and brown people are not treated the same in society. >> the heavy police presence only frustrated many of the protesters. that's why once the scheduled event was over, hundreds marched on and shut down the streets around union square. police rushed to control the protest routes, but the marchers brought traffic to a complete standstill in front of westville center on market street. the group took off once again and this time headed to the mission district. the faces in this protest had changed. there were no children or families here. instead angry individuals. they stopped in front of the police station on valencia. [chanting "shame on you"]
>> the crowd remains loud but peaceful and said they would keep up the fight. in san francisco. lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> there were protests all across the nation yesterday as people called for change. in new york city thousands of people marched along 5th avenue. >> look at the masses, black, white, all races, all religions. this is just a great moment. this is a history-making moment. >> eric garner's mother was among the speakers at yesterday's protest in washington, d.c. garner died in july shortly after being held in what some say was a choke hold in new york city. michael brown's father will be in the bay area today. michael brown, senior is speaking out after his son was shot and killed by a police officer in ferguson, missouri. the shooting launched a series of protests in ferguson and around the world.
brown said he wants his son's memory to be respected in peace and with lawful political action. he will be speaking in san francisco at 4:00 this afternoon. now to a shocking display at u.c. berkeley. rattled students taking part of the demonstrations. three effigies tied with nooses were found hanging on campus. abc7 news reporter lilian kim has the details. >> they were discovered in the morning. cardboard cutouts hanging from a noose in the berkeley campus. they each included the words "i can't breathe" a reference to eric garner's last words before he was choked to death by a fork city police officer. they are in regard to the protests related to garner. >> to call attention to the eric garner case, the "i can't breathe," and to show anger about the lack of insight. >> miles is chair of cal's black student union wishes held a black lives matter
demonstration at the sprout plaza. although it was unclear whether the motive was to support or antagonize, they said it was offensive, nonetheless. >> the fact that no one will attribute themselves to these images or to these effigies continue to reinforce this idea that black people in this country are forced to live under the conditions of racial terror. >> a university spokesperson said, "while it's certainly not clear what the intention was, it's not reflective of our values at u.c. berkeley. these are very disturbing images and we will do everything we can to identify a suspect and fully prosecute that person." >> it's just wrong to use that image. >> berkeley resident j hanson grew up in the south. she saw the images online and came to campus in case student needed comfort. >> unfortunately i think a lot of people don't understand what a destructive image and what a horrible history lynching was.
ed >> as for the students, they are using the effigies for yet another reason to bring attention to their cause. in berkeley, lilian kim, abc7 news. two people are recovering after a safeway delivery truck lost control going down a hill in san francisco. witnesses say the truck was headed down 21st street yesterday afternoon, but the driver couldn't stop when he got to guerrero street. the truck slammed into a car, then went over the median and into three parked cars before finally crashing to a stop in the building. the truck driver and the driver of the sedan were both hurt. >> the lucky thing was apparently people were working on that building and had been there like 30 seconds before. one guy apparently was up on the scaffolding still and pushed himself into a window or something as it was happening. >> engineers are checking the scaffolding to make sure it was stable. check out this video from sky 7hd. a car caught on fire on southbound 880 at hagenberger road in oakland yesterday
afternoon. a driver used a blanket to try to put it out before firefighters got there. thankfully no one was hurt. a lot of cleanup across the state after thursday's purchase -- powerful storm. ed yesterday residents of a mobile home park in redwood city were returned home. city workers helped finished draining the property on bay shore road. officials issued a mandatory evacuation order because of the gases and dirt inside the water. >> i was pretty scared. after all the fire department evacuated my neighbors, it was really amazing to see the waters carry heavy items. i saw chairs floating by, some heavy stairs. >> with more rain expected this week, residents say they will be ready >> in san mateo, crews removed a tree that came crashing down into a multimillion-dollar home.
the rain-soaked soil caused the roots's and the tree to buckle in the morning. the homeowners had just purchased the house the day before and hadn't even moved in yet. >> 6:09 is the time. >> businesses in the area are thankful for the heavy snow they have received and skiers are equally as happy. how the fresh blanket of snow made for a great day on the slopes. >> the fresh blanket of snow made for a great day on the slopes. >> it's the greatest it's been in probably a couple years. >> the winter wonderland, a paradise for snowboarders and skiers at boreal resort. >> we've been here for a couple hours. it's really fun, the fresh powder. >> it was packed with many people who came up for the day after hearing of the fresh powder. >> it's the greatest feeling in the world. i love snow. >> while others who already had their trips planned, just got lucky. >> it was just lucky that we picked this weekend because we heard about the storm when we he were coming up and we were like,
yes! >> is this the storm of the year for you guys? >> they are saying it is supposed to be but i think it came up a little short. i think we can do better than that. >> for this time of the year the storm dropped a significant amount of snow, enough to make the conditions just right. the storm dropped 21 inches of fresh powder. you see the snow coming up to my niece. -- to my knees. perfect conditions for snowboarders and skiers here. at boreal, the resort is 90% open. >> let's say mother nature is definitely on our side with this one and looks like she will be rolling in with another 8 inches or so in a day or two so shaping up to be a fantastic winter. >> the snowstorm came just in time with the holidays and with winter break not far off, the resorts are expected to get busier. that's as long as the snow sticks to the ground and we get more snowfall on the summit. abc7 news. >> those pictures from boreal are just stunning. >> they look really good.
and at least december things are going our way. we are looking at more wet weather. that means snow in the sierra. right now as we head outside, the emeryville camera 49 degrees. the fog not as bad aces it was yesterday, but we will time out the next frontal band that could bring locally heavy rain tomorrow. that's coming up. >> lisa, thank you. also coming up, holiday cheer. the big event in the south bay that benefits san jose's christmas in the park. >> an effort by one local family to rid themselves of common household pests leads to a completely different problem. i'm michael finney. the story ahead on "7 on your
dozens of people turned out for three separate gun buyback events in the bay area yesterday. this one in san francisco you see here on your screen. the event paid tribute to the victims of the sandy hook elementary school shooting. events also took place in oakland and san jose. today marks two years since adam lanza fatally shot 20 children and six educators in newtown, connecticut before killing himself.
6:14 is our time. palo alto city leaders are considering a smoking ban that includes e-cigarettes. tomorrow the city council will consider an ordinance prohibiting smoking in public areas like the stanford shopping center, as well as all outdoor eating areas, public events and work sites. the penalty for the first offense is $250, and it would also ban pharmacies from selling tobacco and e-cigarettes. >> happening today, hundreds of bird enthusiasts will gather in the east bay to take part in the 115th annual christmas bird count. the golden gate audubon society is organizing today's bird count. it will cover a 15-mile radius surrounding oakland. birders will comb parks, beaches and other areas to count every species, as well as individual birds. the society will hold another bird count in san francisco on december 30th. results of the count help scientists track bird population trends. hundreds of scientists from all over the world have mapped
an evolutionary tree so complete that one scientist calls it mind blowing. they tapped into the genes of 45 different bird species and had nine super-computers analyze the data and arrange the birds into a family tree. one example of what they found, falcons are more closely related to parrots than eagles or hawks, and penguins developed a gene to stay warm that's similar to a gene in humans that creates tough skin on hands and feet. the finding are extensive and should lead to more research for years. you can read about it in "the journal science." >> some pest control done on a hayward home turned into a long ordeal for a bay area family so they called "7 on your side" michael finney for help. >> nick recalls pulling into his driveway in hayward.
he and his wife noticed something wasn't right. >> oh, my god. what what did they do? >> his wife saw a roof tile in the driveway and immediately looked up. >> it was broke in several pieces, the one on the edge. >> she wasn't too concerned. she called terminex, who just completed fumigating her home. they agreed to fix the damage since they had just been up on the roof to remove the tinting. they agreed to send an inspector but no one got back to them with the results. >> it was frustrating. i really got upset how come they are ignoring me. >> things became more urgent when two weeks later her husband noticed more damage as he was pulling into the driveway. >> oh, look there. look at the damage on our roof. >> in all, more than 60 tiles were missing. with winter fast approaching, they felt pressed for time. >> they said it might rain, so if i did not fix it, then if it rains, i will damage my roof. >> they went ahead and fixed the roof, sending a receipt for the
repairs, along with photos of the damage to terminex. >> we waited another month and there was no response. then my husband said, let's try "7 on your side." >> we contacted terminex and it phoned the family to apologize. terminex did not respond to our request for comments. but they agreed to pay the bill for repairs. >> i feel very happy you have done something for us. >> if you have a consume arish you you can't get resolved, let us know about it. go to abc7news.com and click on the sections tab and look for "7 on your side." i'm michael finney, "7 on your side." >> 6:18 is our time. happening today holiday cheer in the south pay as the third annual santa run returns to silicon valley. the 5k run helps fund the south bay tradition, it's called christmas in the park. 5,000 participants dressed as
santa claus or other holiday characters are expected to take part in today's 5k run in downtown san jose. the run gets underway at 3:00 on the intersection of santa clara street and the boulevard. 6:19 is our time. it starts at 3:00 by the festivities actually began at 1:00 downtown. weather-wise we are looking pretty good today, right? >> we are. in and around 60 degrees with some sundown there. we had a few returns on live doppler 7hd right now. we are looking at maybe a little bit of moisture before the actual front heads our way. here it is. most of this is just moisture in the lower levels and upper levels of the atmosphere. not reaching the ground. but up towards santa rosa, north around cloverdale, we could be seeing a light shower around is sea ranch, not out of the question. but overall we are looking at less fog this morning. some high to mid-level clouds in advance of the weather front here that sits offshore. and that could bring this locally heavy downpours throughout the day tomorrow, and then a couple of systems behind it will keep the rain going.
here's emeryville this morning. upper 40s to near 50 around emeryville and oakland. 43 in morgan hill. good morning half moon bay. 50 for you. and a look at sfo where the fog not as widespread but it's a cool morning once again. we should get used to this. usually you are waking up to numbers in the 40s. with a couple of clear spots, not out of the question to get upper 30s with the fog in the protected valleys. we have fog out by the delta, which, as i said that, it's clear. visibility pretty good right now. but a mile and three quarters santa rosa and concord at about 5-mile visibility. so as we take a look at our sutro tower camera, changes today are subtle. a few more high clouds in the north bay. but we will see some breaks around. and then the rain holds off for the most part until the evening hours, and gets going overnight. takes us through the monday morning commute. much of the day on monday. and becomes widely scattered late tomorrow. a couple more impulses behind it, keeping us in a pretty unsettled pattern.
here's a look at what you can expect then as we go through the afternoon with 4:00 today, cloudy skies in the north bay. by 10:00 we've got some showers around san francisco into berkeley, over just around 80 and then through the overnight hours things are certainly getting wet up toward the north bay. but looks like the bulls eye, the focus of the heaviest rain, will be a little bit to the south of the bay. but still notice by mid-afternoon we could see some locally heavy downpours around the city. it could make for some localized flooding. we have the ground already saturated." winds will kick up anywhere from 30 to 40 miles an hour. the gusts along the coast. and as you take a look at the further indication of the heavier rain around the santa cruz mountains, that's where we look like we could pick up anywhere from about 2 inches there to about a half-inch in the areas that will experience the lesser amounts. overall a pretty decent-looking system. it won't be raining the whole
day, but we will look for temperatures to stay cool today, tomorrow, with a series of fronts moving through. 61 the warmer location in oakland. 60 with more sun san jose and the accuweather seven-day forecast, for the most part the rain holds off for the overnight hours. periods of rain tomorrow. breezy, more rain on tuesday. by the second half of the day on wednesday things begin to dry out through thursday. another system on friday. you can see what is showing up leave on live doppler 7hd. that's the radar. that's anytime with the abc7 news weather app. it's free an apple's app store or google play and we have more information on abc7news.com/apps. so things going our way. >> but for today, those of us heading to a local bar or something for the 49ers-seahawks game, probably grab a light jacket? >> yeah. it little on the cool side. >> thank you, lisa. people dressed up-like santa clauss walked
>> 6:25 is our time. thousands of boxes of food and toys put together this weekend will go to families in need this holiday season. 400 volunteers worked in shifts yesterday afternoon at sacred heart community service in san jose. they boxed up canned food and dried pasta and also bagged up fresh produce, as well.
thousands of families will receive the gifts and for many it is more than just a holiday meal. >> a lot of them it's just their groceries they need to get through the month. the cost of living is so high in the bay area and rent continues to go up. >> all the food boxes will be handed out to local families this week. a worldwide event that got started in san francisco may have made its last trek through the city yesterday. you may have noticed all the kris kringles around the bay area yesterday. men and women dressed up at santa visited different landmarks and bars here and nearly 200 other cities. first santa-con began here to poke fun at the commercialism of christmas. that was 20 years ago. but now -- >> do you guys know what it's all about? >> for christmas and a good time. >> i read that they wanted people to donate toys, so i feel like that's part of it, but honestly, i don't know, i just want to dress up like santa and join everybody.
>> looks like they had a good time, too. yesterday sf-santa-con tweeted out this twitter, "rest in peace, santa-con." it started here, it ends here. the original inventors staged a funeral for the event yesterday afternoon. much more ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. more secrets revealed from the hack at sony films. the pay disputes and others. and it's being called uber for kids. the fami
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>> live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc7 news >> time now is 6:30. good morning to you. i'm chris nguyen. carolyn tyler has the day off. where he will start off with a quick look at the forecast. meteorologist lisa argen is tracking it for us. carolyn took a nice day off today. it's a pleasant day so far. >> it is. we are looking less in the way of fog. a cloudy start. there are a few returns in advance of a weather system that will beheaded our way tonight. so just around sea ranch and to the north and west of for the bragg and over around santa rosa, wouldn't be surprised to see a couple of hundredth. this is all in advance of a cold
front, a pretty vigorous one that will visit us tomorrow and through the overnight hours. possibly returning us to some low lying problems with localized flooding. but for this morning we still have fog around the delta w a mile and three-quarter visibility, 2.5 miles in santa rosa. you throw all of that in to ruhr forecast today is we are still look like a pretty decent second half of the weekend with the main rain holding off. i'll time it out for you and talk about how wet the week ahead will be coming up. chris. news out of washington, d.c. it is official, the u.s. government will not be shutting down. >> with the 56 "yays" to 40 "nays", the motion to concur is passed. >> the senate voted yesterday in favor of the long-term funding bill. that was the main item left on congress's year-end agenda. the $1.1 trillion spending bill is on its way to president obama for signature.
the measure provides money for the entire government through the end of september, which is the end of the budget year. coming up on "this week," more on the scathing report from the cia released last week by the intelligence committee. the former cia director speaks out about the report, which details torture tactics used on detainees. you can catch it here on abc7 at 8:00. the time now is 6:32. >> the hits keep coming from the giant sony but they aren't good kind. new revelations from the hacked e-mails have even more a-list stars exposed. here's lindsey. >> the sony hackers strike again. the group allegedly behind a massive cyber attack on the company releasing more stolen e-mails. and reportedly promising a large christmas gift that it says will, quote, put sony pictures in the worst state. the latest stolen e-mails reportedly showed sony
executives slamming leonardo decapio for pulling out of the jobs film and jokes about will smith's children. and a new leaked script from the new james bond "spector" and the copious notes to try to improve it. ed and other e-mails reportedly revealing a sony wish list for all female leads in a new "ghostbusters" movie. jennifer lawrence and emma stone at the top. and executives apparently debating aggressive legal action against the original ghostbuster bill murray should he stand in the way of the new film. >> it's a digital disaster, and it's one that shows no sign of stopping. >> but among the revelations getting the most attention, documents reportedly showing oscar winner jennifer lawrence and co-star amy adams reportedly earning less than their male costars on american hustle. and a female executive at sony making significantly less than
her male counterpart. sony chair, amy pascal, has spent the week apologizing after a leaked exchange showed her and oscar winner oscaring making racial jokes about president obama. pascal told abc news she's reached out to civil rights leaders jesse jackson and al sharpton. her remarks going all the way to the white house. >> at least one sony executive whose e-mails were made public has apologized for the content of those e-mails and i think that's appropriate. >> abc news, new york. >> 6:34, the time. some tense moments for airplane passengers after a bird strike forced an emergency landing. people on southwest flight 3118 heard a loud bang this caused the plane to shake late friday night. the impact left a hole in the plane's wing and sent flames shooting out of the engine. the flight from san antonio, texas had to make an emergency landing in baltimore. no one was hurt, but the experience frayed a lot of
nerves. >> i have never been more sure on a flight that i was going to die. it was heavy and loud. >> one of my colleagues sitting on the right side, he could see flames shooting from the engine. you could see almost like fireworks through the window on the left side. >> pilots train for this type of event and planes are designed to fly with just one engine. car services like uber and lyft have changed transportation but not everyone wants their kids using them. as abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom explains, a san francisco company saw that as an opportunity in their new family friendly car service has just expanded all over the bay area. >> here we are. >> sharon is not her mother and she's not her nanny but she spent years looking after other kids. >> we have a requirement of having child care experience in order to be allowed to be a driver for us. >> a driver is exactly what she is.
>> do you ever your seatbelt on? >> yes, i do. >> far from a babysitter, sheri's job is just to get jenna from point a to point b. in this case from school to her office while her dad is traveling abroad. >> my only other alternative would be to hire a short term nanny and that was not going to be an affordable option. >> her mom did research and found an app called shuddle spelled with two ds. >> we are a transportation service specifically for busy families. >> because out of san francisco, it just expanded to marin and san jose and covers most of the bay area. rides are made by appointment and parents get the driver's picture and profile ahead of time. >> when they see me standing out beside my school they are happy to see me and know who i am. >> through the holidays, they are charging a flat fee of ten bucks a ride, and after that they say it will be more like a taxi fair. it's more than a standard lift or uber mind. you are paying for added peace of mind. >> we will look at the full criminal history of a driver before they are allowed to drive for us. >> and all the drivers ever -- are women.
sheri told us she had to go through two interviews, one on the phone and another in person. >> they asked me a lot of questions with children and my background with children and how i felt about issues with children. >> better than riding a school bus? >> yes, so much better. >> she knows it's no substitute for mom and dad, but it may be the next best thing. >> they just pretend they know me. >> it's been fun talking to you. >> nice talking to you to. >> in san francisco, johnathan bloom, abc7 news. still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. a new spin on a tv classic. it's a holiday version of the golden girls like you've never seen before. but first, a live look outside from our sutro tower camera. you can see it's dark outside right now but a look at the bay bridge in the distance. traffic moving freely. it is shaping up to be a pleasant day throughout the bay area. lisa will have your full forecast coming u
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[inaudible] >> you can text me. [inaudible] >> okay. >> "good morning america" will have much more on these recordings in an exclusive report tomorrow starting at 7:00 a.m. >> okay, so weather-wise, lisa, it is shaping up to be a nice day, but some rain on the way? >> yes. in fact, that rain will involve a couple of days of snow. it begins a low snow-level series of waves that will begin to move into the sierra nevada. right now 25 degrees at the tahoe valley airport b40 for a high under cloudy skies. and then we are going it talk about more snow there. more rain back home. and maybe a few sprinkles this morning. we will talk about it coming up. >> also ahead, the warriors continue to roll on the road with the splash brothers leading the team to their 15th win in a row. mike shumann has the highlights coming up in
traditional choice. only in san francisco would drag queens dressed up like the golden girls pack a mission district theater night after night. entertainment reporter leyland takes us backstage. ♪ thank you for being a friend >> "the golden girls" ran on tv for 7 seasons from 19835 to 1992 and still lives on in reruns today. the comedy tells a story of rose, dorothy, sophia and blanche facing life after marriage, death and kids, all while living together in miami. >> i can't remember him. all he said on the phone was he had a great time with me the night before he left. >> and it's got to be -- >> anybody. [laughter] >> this is the golden girls. the christmas episode. a live on-stage reenactment of the hit tv show. >> the actresses were just amazing in those roles. >> in this version the cast of characters is played by well-known san francisco drag performers.
he plays dorothy. cookie dough for mother sophia, and the idea for the live performance started in a living room. >> the first time it was like 50 little seats and i remember the first time we did five weeks and we did like 30 shows. >> nine years later, the show is filling hundreds of seats, selling out the theater most nights. >> good morning. >> don't talk to me, rose. >> one of the reasons i thought it would work well as a christmas show is because when i first moved to san francisco there were so many great campi theatrical productions to go to. the karen carpenter christmas and all kinds of stuff and then those kind of things stopped happening. i think people want to come to something campi and fun around christmas. >> for that reason, many people keep coming back. >> a lot of the audience members have been telling us we've been coming every year since you started. >> i think it's great.
they are such good actors, and the way they reinterpret it, and their facial expresses are really amazing. it's thumbs up. >> girls! >> for others it might just be the makings of a new christmas tradition. >> it's amazing it's pretty much verbatim. i thought there might be more, you know, area researchers tis stick license, but it's pretty much right on. >> the golden girls, the christmas episode, runs now through the 21st in san francisco. abc7 news. >> a check of conditions outside really quick. take a look behind us. image. bay bridge westbound lanes right now are reduced lanes due to roadwork but a lot of cars already on the roadways, lisa. >> yeah, and the rest of the day today should be pretty dry. we are looking at a few returns, live doppler 7hd. if you need to hang your lights, get the tree, clean up your yards, we suggest today is a good day to do it because many wet days ahead. live doppler 7hd where the returns are mainly in the north bay and mainly not hitting the
ground. so some moisture in the upper levels of the atmosphere, but wouldn't be surprised if you saw a few light sprinkles newspaper cloverdale and also toward st. helena, and then offshore you can see around sea ranch into the north and west of ukiah more shower activity. this is in advance of this system here that will push on in later on tonight. be with us through the overnight hours. your monday morning commute, the afternoon, and then a couple of impulses behind it will keep our seven-day outlook just the way we like it. redwood city 44. 46 in san jose. good morning half moon bay 52. san francisco no delays at sfo. that gives you an indication that we are better in terms of visibility for the most part. but there is fog in santa rosa. also around the delta, concord is doing a little bit better with five mile visibility. a half-mile by the delta and just a mile around santa rosa right now. but the rest of the bay with some higher clouds. you can see from our sutro tower camera. they will thin out and we will
get some sunshine mainly in the south bay, the east bay. the north bay will see more in the way of high clouds. chance of rain arrives this evening and then it pushes over the bay. it will mess up that monday morning commute. in fact, into the afternoon, as well. high pressure still hanging on. a few light areas of isolated showers, perhaps, in the north bay today. otherwise we stay dry and then this system moves on through. notice it's coming from the gulf of acton. it's a cold system. it's got unstable air associated with it. it will bring rain all the way down to the southern california area, as that rain arrives tonight. a couple systems behind it keep things going right on through the middle of the week. so 6:00, notice ukiah, the sonoma coast is wet. overnight we are wet all across the bay to the santa cruz mountains. monday morning commute, it's wet from marin county over to berkeley, along the peninsula. but look at 12:00, 1:00, 2:00 in the afternoon. heavy rain right across the heart of the bay. pushing southward into the santa cruz mountains.
and then by the evening commute it becomes more widely scattered, but more rain is behind it. so that will keep the totals pretty impressive, anywhere from a half-inch to two inches by early tuesday. then still a little bit more to come. so in terms of the state-wide forecast, notice the front there. most of the state staying dry. 41 in tahoe. and a quick look ahead shows monday's rain, tuesday's impulse. and here comes again more rain into wednesday. we are dry through thursday. and then lastly we've got this to look forward to. another system on friday. highs today in the upper 50s to the low 60s under partly to mostly cloudy skies. and the accuweather seven-day forecast calls for the rain overnight into tomorrow. some showers by the overnight hours an tuesday. and then more rain into wednesday. partly cloudy thursday and the other system arrives on friday. so it should help us somewhat because we were so dry, the rain really absorbed into that
par,red ground and now hopefully it will fill up the reservoirs but not without causing perhaps some problems tomorrow. >> i have i have been puttingoff washing my car the past week. i was going to do it today but just save it until next week? >> i think so. >> thank you so much. turning to sports." raiders and 49ers are playing big rivalry games today. at 10:00 a.m. the silver and black of in kansas city to face the chiefs. and then the niners will play the seahawks. later this afternoon the warriors will try to extend their franchise record 15-game winning streak in new orleans. tipoff against the pelicans is 3:00 p.m. yesterday the warriors beat the dallas mavericks in texas. here's mike shumann with the highlights and this morning's sports. good morning. well, the warriors are making some noise around the nba. we knew they were good, but 20-2 with 15 straight wins and 9 straight on the road, they are really good. mavericks found that out yesterday in dallas.
steph curry and the warriors rocking slate jerseys. out ahead to steph here. a little reverse. left-handed lay-up. he led all scorer with 29. up 26 in the second. former warrior richard jefferson misses. steph gets it out to clay thomas. and the jumper, he had 23. another former warrior, monta ellis led dallas at 24. knocks down the contested three. this time he shows off his maturity. dishes to chandler. the alley oop dunk. he had 12 points. 11 boards. warriors up 13 in the third. speights loses his shoe. steph tosses it out, and then he swats it back, but it goes to chandler in the first row. here's the one-handed lay-up. the warriors win 105-98. they are the twelfth team in nba history to start the season 20-2.
>> now if the sharks want to win their first stanley cup in franchise history, they have to win games against teams like nashville. the nashville predators in town. joe pavelski and the sharks entered with a six-game home winning streak. pavelski throws it toward the net. that was early in the first. the rebound is cleaned up, and his 7th of the year. sharks up 1-0. antti niemi was stone-cold. blocked the scoring chance. his 29th year shutout and joe thornton ices the game with an empty netter. sharks won seven of their last 8 with a 2-0 victory. the 80th heisman trophy happened out yesterday in new york with wisconsin running back gordon and cooper and oregon quarterback marcus mariota the three finalists. all deserving, but one guy was special. and his name is -- >> the winner of the 2014 heisman memorial trophy is marcus mariota of the university of oregon. [applause]
>> the oregon quarterback marcus mariota is the first hawaii yan native to win the heisman. he threw for 3783 yards. 38 touchdowns and ran for 669 yards and 14 touchdowns, leading oregon to the pac-12 title. well deserved. raiders in kansas city and the niners take on the hawks. we will have all those highlights at 5:30. have a great day >> a big celebration in the mission district. how the community worked together to restore a
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the best offers of the season. lease this 2015 standard collection ats for around $329 a month. happening today, san francisco will rededicate it's historic carnival mural in the mission district, considered one of the most important art projects in the mission district. it's been 30 years since the mural was originally painted. with funds from the city community challenge grant, artists took on the task of restoring it, which has just been completed. today's rededication celebration gets underway at 1:00 at south venice avenue and 24th street. lisa, a final check on the weather. >> maybe a few sprinkles way far north this morning, but otherwise the rain holds off. we will look at a part to mostly cloudy day. temperatures from the he were 50s to the low 60s. rain tonight, tomorrow, and it continues into the middle of the week. a little break late wednesday into thursday and more rain on
friday. and low snow levels in the sierra nevada. >> keep the umbrellas nearby. >> right. >> the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and on all your mobile twices with our abc7 news app. "good morning america" is next. we will see you back here for abc7 news at 9:00. make it a great morning, everybody!
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