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they are. they don't think like you and i. you know it. they just, they ignore us. totally. it's like we're only here to serve them. yeah, that's what i been saying. but then they turn around and fill you up with chevron with techron. i guess we're doing something right. yeah but, come on, humans? humans are weird. [ male announcer ] your car takes care of you, care for it. chevron with techron. care for your car. and what's up with the cat? [ laughter ] [ laughter ] got my eye on him. live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. it is 5:00 a.m. on wednesday, september 16 so we are halfway to the weekend. we have interesting weather headed our way. >> interesting if you define that by "wet." that is what we have. >> absolutely. wet weather across the north bay. i will show you what will happen the next three hours. in the north bay we will see increasing wet weather but it is
mainly along the coast and from about cloverdale to the north. after 8:00 you will start to get wet across the north and the rest us have to way physical later in the afternoon and the evening the it is clear across the golden gate bridge and the west wind at 12 and you can see wet across the north bay until noon and it slides south bringing us scattered showers from the san mateo bridge north and by 7:00, a few showers across the south bay and by then the storm is going to start falling apart. i will show you that. >> we have minor backup at the bay bridge toll plaza and just a few cash-paying folks. great idea to car pool. the lanes are zipping on by with no problem. if you are up this early a benefit is light traffic. so far, so good. tracy to dublin, we have slowing of 45 minutes and we have an accident westbound 580 at grant line involving a big and mother nature is playing a
big real for firefighters and evacuees of the valley fire. the rain could mean good news for one but bad for the other. at the napa valley fair grounds we have more from calistoga. >> we are told there is a little bit of joy here when people heard of the rain. there is little bit of panic. there are 1,200 staying here mostly sleeping in tents those who are evacuees or lost their homes. they are now having to plan to protect themselves with donations much tarps for people to put them over the tent, another thing for evacuees to worry about. >> at first, we were scared. we lost our home as you know and what we grabbed we threw in the back of truck and we were terrify asked they came in with
the taps and we totally covered everything so we were scared. they came in and helped us out of the >> volunteers are offering wooden pallets to get their tents off the ground so if this is water it drip off the tent and off the wet ground. there is a building here where the old doorly can sleep and anyone with medical conditions. they are making preparations here but they do feel happy with the hope maybe this could help the fire. more evacuees are allowed into the burn area to grab or feed any animals left behind. for many it is the first chance to find out if the home they left is standing. we were if lower lake as a homeowner say his home survive
despite rumors it burned down. a man checking open his father's home found the home in ruins. >> i built this house in 1983 and dad was important and raised here. he is 80 of the he lived here for 80 years. in sense in crying over spilled make. well have to rebuild. authorities could not take everyone so they will offer more escorts today. residents are allowed into the rots south of lower lake,lien valley lake and middle town but not allowed into the problems in cobb or anderson springs because of ongoing fire efforts. >> a top emergency official said damage from the valley is expected to be more than $200 million. almost 600 homes have been lost. hundreds of structures are destroyed. teams from the office of emergency services be dispatched to lake county, to assess the damage. the fire has charred more than 67,000 acres and how is 30
percent contained. banks of ash line the streets of cobb and debris is all that is left of two dozen homes in one neighborhood. feet away from the destruction homes are untouched. a 130-year-old resort is destroyed with outline of ash and ruins sol that is left. it is hard to believe only one person was killed. 72-year-old retired schoolteacher barbara mcwilliams died in the fire in anderson springs. >> classes resume at schools including upper lake union school district, upper lake high school, lakeport unified school district and lucerne elementary. other will scoot are the fire has damaged roads and infrastructure. check out the damage to this retaining paul. here is a common sight, the
wooden poles have been burned to a crisp so the road signs on the crown. this guardrail needs repairs. >> we are panning with the red cross to support life saving disaster relief for wildfire victims across the west coast like our neighbors affected by the valley fire. it is easy to give where you live to make a $10 donation by check "red cross," to 930999. if you would rather call to make a donation well have a phone bank set up today starting at 11 o'clock. "7 on your side" will talk with bread cross leaders of the tremendous need and relief efforts the agency is providing. at&t is offering $225,000 million reward for information leading to the people would cut a fiber optic cage near livermore and the f.b.i. is investigating. >> matt? yes this is a disturbing
trend happening in livermore on monday. the reward is $250,000 for any information that leads to arrest. this is a crime that has plague the bay area recently. besides livermore several other similar incidents have take were place in walnut creek and berkeley and fremont and san jose. the f.b.i. is investigating the cases. the van dams knocked out found and internal service and 50,000 south bay customers. at&t said in the past you needed a certain tool to cut lines but the cables were in vaults covered by manhole covers and some along the highways and others in remote areas. after 9/11 at&t said the networks were declared national critical infrastructure in recognition of their experience to the nation's security. unknown what the motive is behind the attacks but the f.b.i. is taking it very seriously as is at&t with the 250,000 reward. in you have any information you are urged to call law
enforcement. >> jail guards could soon wear body cameras after a rome made by santa clara county supervisors after three jail guards were charged in the beating death of an inpayment at the main jail in downtown san jose. the supervisors voted yesterday to appoint a blue ribbon panel to examine what is happening inside county jails. the supervisors approved installing more fixed cameras in the jail with a vote on body cap as next month. we can see the rain where you live? >> grab an umbrella anywhere outside of the south bay. the wet weather is headed to the north bay and brought us calm conditions to around six miles per hour. that is the wind at the valley fire. humidity is 76 percent. because it is not 100 percent we will get virga and winds were
ramp up headed through the morning as the cold front draws near. when the front rolls in we have 10-15 miles per hour wind tonight law tomorrow. today is the coolest day at sick. we jump up to 90 open saturday and hang out in the low-to-mid 90s sunday into monday. that is going to change. rain to showers across the north bay at 66 to 75 inland east bay and afternoon showers coast and san francisco 62 to 77 and as the showers head through the bay they will taper at 67 to 73 so comfortable of the tomorrow, you have cloud cover and increasing sun and ten degrees warmer. 70s and 80s and 90s on saturday with more on the weekend and when the showers get where you live coming up. sue, any hotspots? >> not so were. we will get that if a minute. the san mateo bridge is not one.
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check traffic in other areas around bay. >> new detail on hewlet-packard plan to cut 30,000 jobs. katie marzullo talked with a dome employee who has a grim prediction of the future of the technical giant. >> it is sad to see an into a death spiral. >> jim used to work at h.p. in the 70s announce 25,000 to 30,000 employees will lose their job on tough the 55,000 layoffs the last few years as par the of the plan to split into two separate companies. h.p. enterprise will offer data analysis and cutting and h.p. will cover computers and printers. >> you do not do that unless you plan on selling the company for parts. >> it is a bad sign for h.p. >> why think it is bad for the valley but bad for h.p. it is impossible do find a
c.e.o. >> the move will be more competitive cost structure representing 10 percent of the h.p.'s 300,000 person global worm force. in palo alto i am katie marzullo for abc7 news. the warriors have a new look at the new arena if san francisco. the team president show off the new animation at the dream force conference yesterday. the goal is to on the billion dollar project before the 2018-20 unanimous season with the arena having support of mayor lee but the planned 200 even as year will lead to traffic and gridlock in mission bay. just lap to be in tune with the words. >> you think warriors you think winter and you think rain. >> exactly. >> now, what is going on.
the rain will fall after the morning commute for most of us. that is good news. but it is breezy and you can see emeryville camera jumping up and down. i will jump into the highlights, rain to hours moving from north to south and the wet weather will taper overnight and we have really dry and warm temperatures coming this weekend. the wet weather is painly in the upper left hand side of the scene so it is along the sonoma county court developing offer the last half hour. it will mostly fall apart but they are king to moisten the air and a little bit of the ground with a dry area undercutting the showers. the shield of clouds is fast moving system with not a lot of rain but we expect a lot rain. 5:00 this morning, the last couple of minutes or so, you can see the cloud cover and here you
go, scattered shower or rain becoming scattered and heavier showers as we head to noon and we have yellows showing us the originalling around ukiah and it stays until 4:00 and it supplies into the heart of the bay, possibly down to the san mateo bridge by 5:00 and then it tries to push into the south bay after the action hour and most of the moisture is going to be gobble by the santa cruz mountains and the broken line of the precipitation shield as we head into the later part of the evening hours and overnight, the front rolls through with lingering clouds and a spot of drizzle tomorrow for the commute and by 11 o'clock, it is all gone. still, looking relatively uniform with the computer model at up to .5" from the north bay develop to the mountain tops and the rest of us have a tray to .1". that is it. temperatures are going to be held down today mainly mid-60s to mid-70s and notice tomorrow
the increase in sunshine, 60s at the coast and 70's around the bay and 80s inland the hottest and driest weather is going to be this weekend with 70s at the coast and 80s to 90s around the bay and 90s to nearly 100 inland. summer is make another push. how about traffic. how are we doing? >> not bad so far, so good, the drive is at the him at walnut creek pleasant hill and walnut creek to highway 24 and the 24 corridor to the tunnel is looking great with no delays. the valley fire and readdress the opening and closures, 29 is open define kelseyville and 53 which is new as of year. 128 is open at ida can your canyon is closed. 29 is closed from tubbs lane and 175 is closed.
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before you go. >> you can see it right there with live doppler hd showers developing along the sonoma county coast and better chance of wet weather moving in over the next three hours. that is for the north bay. where you live, i will have a dime table coming up and how much to expect in the seven-day forecast. >> evacuees at napa county fairgrounds are getting ready for the rain moving next to buildings to stay dry and using tarps on top of their tonights which is temporary home for 1,200 chased out by the valley fire. investigators believe the valley fire may have ignited near a small shed in the community of co bb off high valley road. half of the showed is charred and the other half is intact. the flames burned quickly up the wall and took off on saturday. >> and in the traffic center,
pretty light commute with golden gate bridge looking good and you have four lanes southbound and typical slowing out of the central valley and highway 4, westbound with the rest of the commute coming up. >> in phoenix a police officer has been seriously injured after he was shot multiple times during a traffic stop. the suspects are now loose. phoenix police say the injured officer is expected to survive. >> the stage is set for the big g.o.p. debate with the 16 candidates hoping to get the republican nomination for president will face off at the reagan library and this is new polls showing ben carson neck and neck with donald trump heading into the debate. >> for get waiting for thanksgiving or halloween, millions of americans have already started their christmas shopping. according to www. www.creditcards.com27 percent have gotten a jump and half will be done by thanksgiving weekend. >> twitter is being sued about
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>> dog dog dog. right now at 5:29 on wednesday middle of the week and an interesting day ahead weather-wise. i am kristen sze. >> i am eric thomas. >> gay way to -- gate wa week. >> in the north bay this are showers developing look the sonoma county indicate to the marin county case to sea ranch up to guerneville and calistoga. the rest of us will see increasing clouds throughout the morning and we will stay drive. not of the rain is in the north bay on the 12-hour day planner through noon with temperatures in the mid-60s to 70s.
it will spread support heart of the bay by 4:00. so the evening commute is anywhere north of the san mateo bridge could be wet at 64 to 72 and all of us have a chance of wet weather outside of the north bay by 7:00. the morning commute is dry but any issues sue? not now. it is light. it is good to hear the word "rain," we need i. show 101880 overcrossing the headlights are headed in the northbound direction with no delays. i thought we would look at the drive times heading out right now, 680 from highway 4 to walnut creek a breeze and 24 to the tunnel looking good, and it is sluggish which is typical out of tracy to dublin and we are at an hour and ten min >> it is 5:30. crews are hoping the rain will help gain more ground on the veal fire burning if lake and napa county. sky 7 is giving us at look at devastation and the burn area. 67,000 acres have burned and it
is 30 percent contained thanks to cooler air and a few sprinkles yesterday and that will continue. 585 homes have been destroyed along with hundreds of other structures. cools if lakeport and upper lake and lucerne are re-opening. lake county officials say there is no estimate on when schools in middletown and cobb area will re-open. >> the rain could help firefighters but it could be another headache for evacuees living in tent cities because the hopes have burned. amy hollyfield is in calistoga. >> taps have been handed out to the evacuees to put them over their tents. the president mean us took it a step further and they found a place to pitch their tent under shelter, they got a carport here and they should be covered up nicely. there are 1,200 people living here at the napa county fairgrounds and it is a tent city. the people have either ben evacuated or they have lost their homes. most of them are from
middletown. workers here say when they started hearing about rain everyone started to worry about the evacuees. >> it made a lot of people nervous because it is cold. they are intense. a lot of them lost their homes. it is devastating to them. i don't know how they react. i know how i react because i feel bad for them. >> this is a building here with the elderly housed and people with medical issues. they think they can squeeze a few more in if the rain is really bad and they brought in wooden pallets and offered those to people to put their tenths on -- tents on so they are not sitting on soggy ground. they are preparing here and they are ready. there is a little bit of joy at the sound of possible rain. people are saying they hope it helps in the firefight.
>> the official cause of the valley fire is still under investigation but officials are narrowing down what may have started it know seriousing on a shed in a community of cobb off high valley road where it may have started. flames burn half of the shed and took off over a hillside and evacuees are frustrated from being kept with their homes with a man checking on his. he lost two rent am prompts, outbookings and vehicles but the century old home is intact. >> other people have clothes on their back and that is it. no vehicle. no money. no nothing. it is not so bad. not is bad. i try to see the good. it could be way worse. this are four of us. we are healthy. >> sheriff deputies escorted some to their homes yesterday to care for pets. more escorts will take place
today. in hidden valley and middletown. >> 8,800 homes and businesses do not have electricity in the area affected by the valley fire and pg&e brought if crews to repair damage to down power lines. the utility has so much work to do it is fought providing an estimate on when the repairs are finished in many areas and in some cases the work does not begin until people return to their communities. >> a man suspected of hooting fire victims is in custody with lake county sheriff deputies spotting royce with a meth pipe and dressed in black. >> can you download the news app for the latest updates on the valley fire for the latest information as it develops available for chart phones, tablet and the apple watch. >> the wildfire burning eat of sacramento, the butte fire.
closures have been lifted in amador county but are in place for calaveras county. it is 40 percent contained in jackson and 233 homes have been destroyed. this is picture of the smoke taken by firefighters battling the blaze which has been burned for a week. >> fire crews are stretched thin across the state and several are facing their own loss when they run home. nine california firefighters have lot their own homes in the past week mostly in the valley fire. our reporter is in the newsroom with that story. the firefighters know better than anyone how quickly the winds can turn and how hot the flames can get. they have seen other families lose their homes and now they have experienced the devastating loss, as well. four of firefighterred had hopes in middletown and another three lived in hidden valley. the 8th local firefighter lost his house in cobb and
firefighter's housing what destroyed by the butte fire, destroyed while worked to save others' homes. now rather than leaving the fire at the end of their shift, they will be faced with more smoke and ash, more are charred rubble and more debris. we flew over middletown yesterday. you can see that the community was turned into a wafted land. the local cal fire unity is asking for donations to help the selfless men and women rebuild setting up a special firefighter relief fund where 100 percent of the money collected will be given directly to the firefighters affected. we have the full days on how you can donate on our website at abc7news.com. >> abc7 is partnering with the red cross to support all fire victims and it ises if give
where you live. to make $10 donation text red cross to 90999 or call to donate we have a phone bank today starting at 11 o'clock. >> happening today a key decision is due in the case against a map suspected in what is called the gone girl kidnapping. f.b.i. agents believe mathew muller drugged and kidnap add couple from vallejo in march. he was arrested after dublin police found his cell phone at the scene of a failed home invasion robbery in june. the judge will decide if the evidence found on the phone can be used against muller. court papers accused muller of drugging and assaulting women on the peninsula several years ago. >> police need your help to find a man would tried to kidnap a 13-year-old. he is white, 40, 5 nato foot 5' and 10" tall and drove a white minivan.
the man grabbed the girl's wrist and tried to pull her into the van. she got away. police are trying to track down the people involved if this fight outside levi stadium with several 49er fans in scuffle with a viking fan. the viking fan walked away. >> in utah clean up has begun where at least it will are dead, two vehicles holding three mothers and 12 children were swept away near hildale. definitely bodies have been recovered. the national guard is helping in the search for the final victim, a child who remains missing. another search continues in zion national park where four hikers were killed. three are missing. arraign head to scenes like this in southern california rescue at least ten people from fast moving rivers crass los angeles
area. yesterday's storm knocked out power and delayed computers. the forecast calls for a chance of morning rain in southern california after los angeles received almost 1.34" of rain to set a record. you may get wet today. >> i take it to the north day, absolutely, and the rest of us, more scattered. the precipitation shield moves more to the east than south with a few scattered radar return on the coast. it is 50 right now in the valley fire and humidity is 77 percent and end are 5-9 miles per hour and the winds will crank up as the cold front rolls through at noon and then the winds will pull back into the 15-20 miles per hour range. when the rain moves in so does the fast are rain. 61 today. by saturday, we are 90 and going to stay in the 90s sunday and monday and pull back into the 80s by tuesday.
we will have the best firefighting conditions continue through the morning. the rest of us, afternoon scattered light showers in san francisco at 66 and the peninsula south bay and east bay are dry but the extreme nowhere part of the east bay around hercules and headed to richmond, and inland east bay is dry during the day and 75 and the north bay has the best chance of wet weather during the morning and into the afternoon. moving forward a transition back to sun and dry and hot. sue, what are you following? >> right now we are taking a look at mass transit, and everyone is out on time this morning, bart, ace train on the central valley, caltrain up and down the peninsula and everyone is looking good. 5:33, the metering lights were turned on and the car pool lanes are zipping by and otherwise a bit of a wait at 7-8 minutes into the macarthur maze.
now, the valley fire, a correction, 128 at not canyon, ida clayton, but the surrounding roads are closed. the main thoroughfare has re-opened as of yesterday. still with the truck on the side of the road west 580 slow from the central valley up and over the altamont pass, looking at an hour and 10 minutes from tracy into the dublin/pleasanton interchange. >> next, the cost of conservation the bay area communities where people are doing such a good job of cutting water use that their rates are going up. >> he has been purring and acting like a normal cat so... >> an outpouring of support for a four-leggeddism the valley fire and this little guy is doing is all ahead.
punishes for doing as they were asked, conserving water. the alameda zone seven water agency that senators the tri-valley will increase rates to make up for a decrease in water sales. according to our media partner the residents have outdone the rest of the state, slashing water use more than asked. they sell water to retailers that serve livermore, dublin and parts of san ramon. >> homeowners in san francisco will pay more in property tax, yesterday the board of supervisors decided to increase .000 percent with a 3 percent increase, though, because of rising values of homes in san francisco. the city comptroller said a home assessed at $500,000 will pay $159 more. officials say the increase is needed because of rising bond repayments for the san francisco unified school district.
>> now a story that has received thousands of "likes," on facebook payment, a cat badly burned in the valley fire. we want you, the video is graphic. a fire crew from eugene, oregon, found the cat unable to see in a driveway along highway 175 near middletown with the ear tips melted and paws scorched from the flames and although the injuries are severe he is expected to okay and the veterinarian named him mr. burns saying he is friendly and obviously someone's pet. >> could not eat because the lips and mouth are so swollen he could not open his mouth. >> the vet clinic expects to receive more injured and lost pets but for now they are trying to find the owner of mr. buns. -- burns. >> if you have pictures or video of the fire or any news that happens where you live, share it with us by posting on social
media with # abc7now. >> we see if there is a rise in pets for "purr-fect" pets. >> cat picture, i think, has taken over the lead over the kid parade, both great pictures. praying for rain. we are going to get some over the fire, absolutely, it will not be a lot but it will breeze with it so it will be...i think the rain will have the greatest effect. you can see live doppler hd shows radar returns along the marin county coast up to the sonoma county coast and a few drops to the ground but it is fought as impressive as the radar. the more impressive wet weather is still to our north and this shield is going to continue heading to the northeast and the entire system is going do slowly sink down to the south. we will see increasing wet weather across the north bay
especially from 7:00 until 10:00 when it will get going towards the back half of our commute. winds are calming down a little bit as the cold front approaches at 10:00 at oakland and5 at fairfield. here is a look at san rafael you can see it is bone dry on 101 as we look northbound. clouds increasing and morning rain across the north bay, and the rest us will get it during the afternoon and evening and it will taper overnight and summer heat and bone dry air is coming back this weekend. as far as the temperatures mid-to-upper 60s from san mateo, half moon bay, san francisco, all the way through the north bay and from oakland, fairfield, palo alto, south, and east, the low-to-mid 70s and below average. tonight, we are warmer because of the cloud deck and mid-50s to around 60. dry tomorrow morning. here we are at 5 o'clock this morning, and by noon, look at that the best chance of all of the wet weather across the north bay, maybe a random scout shower ahead of it and even some
moderate rain possible with the yellow. moving from noon to 6:00, notice we still have wet weather in the north bay and the line is now starting to move inland east bay into the heart of the bay and out toward the coast and then from that timeframe 6:00 to 11 o'clock it falls apart and it is moving deeper into the inland and the south bay and it looks more likely the santa cruz mountains are going to get more wet weather than the santa clara valley. .1" in the valley to .5" on the mountain tops and the rest of us a trace to .1". coolest today, we jump five or six degrees tomorrow and we will be in the 70's at the coast and 80s to 90s around the bay and inland at 90s to nearly 100 over the weekend and, still, warmer than average next week. we have rain on lay and hopefully everyone is getting out on a dry note. i can't wait. i know it causes problems on the drivers but we need it desperately. looking good at san rafael out
of novato southbound 101 passing lucas valley road and the park weigh to the civic center and it is getting busy but no delays all the way in to san francisco. speaking of which, a couple of events that could cause traffic headaches giants game at 7:15 and, also, dream mrs. force convention with 150,000 people here for the the convention and there will be traffic snarls. at the bay bridge toll plaza you are looking from the become of line to pay the tolls at 10-minute wait. >> 5:50 is the time. remember, san francisco private luxury bus service? you can own a private because for $5, after filing for bankruptcy and now auctioning off the remaining buses with two left, up for grabs and they go to the highest bidder at
suction. bidding starts on tuesday october 6. >> you have to figure out where you would park it. before you go to the auction. >> going presidential candidates are 12 hours away from the second debate with donald trump's latest comments against immigrants that will make him a target. >> close encounter of the huge >> close encounter of the huge kind, a scare for calm and dry. the main is on the way. calm and dry.
>> 11 candidates are on stage for the second republican presidential debate taking aim at donald trump. >> illegal immigrants are treated better than our veterans. it will not happen anymore. >> he got cheered and jeers as an ever haven't put on by veterans group if los angeles yesterday. 200 protesters and supporters showed up to voice their opinion on the outspoken candidate, trump will be joined by fellow front runner ben carson and former h.p. c.e.o. carly fiorina at the reagan library. >> a new study is shedding light on fast food consumption among young americans. >> from 2011 to 2012, 34 percent of young people define 2-19 ate fast food on any given day and fast food made up 12 percent of the daily calorie intake showing on average the calories from the fast food increased with age and
that asians ate less fad feast than the white, black and hispanic counterparts. >> and now, meteorologist mike nicco is were watching the live doppler hd. >> we will have scattered showers over at&t park so be prepared for hid 60s and you could get wet with light showers. right now, they are up to our north and the column over the north bay becomes sat rated and our best chance of steady measurable rain will start falling there. you can see by the afternoon hours it is still staying mainly in the north bay, sacramento up to chico and crescent city with wet weather developing as we head into the afternoon hours around lake tahoe. >> we have bumper-to-bumper traffic on the east shore freeway and this is from emeryville camera at golden gate at top of the screen past university and it is slow-and-go but no accidents here. you are looking at speeds of ten miles per hour. look at drive times, 80 to
walnut creek, and a jam from the central valley at an hour and 20 minutes on the ride from >>trace:cy to dublin and a new accident westbound four. we will up date that in a minute. an exciting sight was frightening when a humpback whale larges on top of tie kayakers bodyers caught it on video. the wheel -- whales can 40,000 pounds. neither was hurt. >> rarely is a traffic jam music to your ears until you are stuck in traffic with a group of musicians. >> a string quartet treated the motorists in england to a concert. stranded drivers got out of the cars and gathered around to learn to the group perform.
the musicians were drive home from a wedding and a horse brought the traffic to a standstill so they made the best of it and took out the strums and...made it more zen experience. >> string quartet guaranteed to calm you down. >> another turn number better driver's fight for rights to legal action happening now that could change how the 19 does business. >> a bad trend that starts young. what you need to know about your child and classes do get them started on the right foot. >> keeping tabs on weather and traffic. yes, the backup is underway, probably the metering lights are on and sue will have more on that and meteorologist mike that and meteorologist mike nicco is following
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and what it means for the day ahead. >> the devastation from the fire is going strong and what is happening inside the burn area that shows the progress waiting for those wanting to run home. >> hundreds of thousands offered to catch vandals on the run and the ron they are leaving behind for people an the bay area. it is 6:00 on wednesday. we have tease for you: rain. >> it is a tease but the anticipation is high. the likelihood is very good we will see something reach the ground by 8:00 in the north bay. right now we have a few strong showers across northern sonoma with a few reaching ground. 77 percent humidity. winds are five to nine miles per hour and another night of good weather for firefighting and the winds will pick up hitting an 20 listen 25 this morning as the cold front moves in and drop down to ten miles per hour during the evening