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it's saturday, october 10. thanks for joining us s. some parts of the bay area are off to a foggy start. lisa, i certainly noticed it as i drove up the peninsula this morning. >> definitely. it's reducing advise avisibilit. a quarter mile from napa. look at that quarter mile around half moon bay. san carlos airport very foggy all the way up and down the peninsula through mountain view, san jose. only areas not really affected
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are inland east bay. so with the fog, we'll look for it to linger through the mid-morning hours and then it evaporates and we'll look for high clouds and high are humidity to speaker tenter the . upper 50s in hayward. temperatures slightly cooler, but it will feel muggy. 60s, 70s, 80s today and a warm up in tomorrow. in san francisco president obama is resting up for another busy day on a quick west coast swing. air force one landed at san francisco international at 8:30 last knight. the president was met by governor jerry brown and san francisco mayor lee before heading off for a fundraiser. they drove down the bay shore tree way before turning on to market street. people were able to shoot cellphone video as they passed.
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>> just found out that the president will be here so we're spending the evening hoping to get a glimpse of him. >> i'm a federal worker, so he's actually my boss. >> this morning the president will attend a fundraiser at the warfield theater with kanye west. he'll then take off for los angeles. the president stayed briefly at his hotel and then went to a fundraiser, a private event in the south market district posted by a pair of tech industry insiders. >> reporter: the president's motorcade arrived at this exclusive fundraiser and his hosts are drop box co-founders. 20 people paid nearly $34,000 each to be there. this wraps up a west coast trip that started in oregon. marine one touched down in roseburg, president obama there to meet privately with the families of the nine people killed last week in a mass shooting at umpqua community college.
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>> obviously moments like this board words aren't -- >> reporter: plenty of protesters showed their opposition to the president's call to tighten gun control. accused of politicizing the tragedy, but he didn't shy away from calling for changes. >> there are going to be moments as we go forward where we'll have to come together and figure out how we can stop things like this from happening. >> reporter: and then he continued up to seattle before flying into san francisco. a multigroup rally featuring members of the naacp and brothers against guns will be held in front of the warfield theater this morning at 10:00. organizers say while two african american celebrities raise money, the economic plight of blacks in san francisco grows desperate. part of what organizers claim is racism against blacks.
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stay with us for continuing coverage of president obama's visit to the bay area. we'll have live coverage on the saturday morning news beginning at 8:00 a.m. and you can get updates anytime on twitter. just follow us @abc 7 news bay area. and police are investigating after an elderly woman was hit and killed while walking at around 7:15 last night. witnesses at the scene said it was a bus, but police would not confirm that. the driver is cooperating with police as they conduct their investigation. pittsburg police are searching for a gunman who fired into a car with a man and two children inside yesterday afternoon near california. a bullet hit the driver in the neck, but he was able to flag down an officer on the street. the shooting was near the campus of martin luther king jr. high school. police say the driver is
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expected to survive. the children were not hurt. yesterday afternoon, a firefighter fell about 13 feet when a deck collapsed during a fire at a residential building in east oakland. sky 7 hd was over the scene on east 21st street. it took about an hour to put out the flames. the firefighter was treated and released from the hospital. four people are displaced and the cause is under investigation. we're getting a better idea of the interstate crime spree that three drifters are accused of carrying out. >> reporter: sean michael angold, lila scott alligood and morrison lampley remain in jail as abc 7 news first told you, now accused of murdering audrey carey last weekend before taking the life of 67-year-old steve carter two days later. here is how the crime spree spanning two states played out according to new details san francisco police say the trio of drifters stole a gun from a car parked at fisherman's wharf. that gun was reported missing last thursday october 1st.
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on saturday, october 3, the body of audrey carey was found at golden gate park. two days later on october 5, a hiker found the body of 67-year-old steve carter in marin county. police tracked carter's stolen car to portland, oregon and that's where they arrested angold, alligood and lampley this past wednesday. >> and investigators say they have had a difficult time finding out more about the drifters, one reason because the suspects appeared to be deliberately living off the grid. here is abc 7 news reporter melanie woodrow with more. >> these three i believe have chosen to stay off the radar. >> reporter: the identity of the trio was released by tipsters who contacted law enforcement with pictures and surveillance video. >> the tips that we've been receiving have been incredible. >> reporter: leading investigators to commit them to the deaths of steve carter and audrey carey. none of the suspects had a driver's license or state i.d. card.
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>> so we're having to take a lot of extra steps to confirm who thieves people have been and their activities leading up to this point. >> reporter: according to her facebook page, lila alligood went to high school in hawaii. a school official we spoke with says according to their records, she was born in santa barbara county and attended school in hawaii and most recently san diego. by phone, a relative told abc 7 news lila had problems growing up, including with drugs. also that she fell into the wrong crowd and left home at 18. the relative said lila's mother is heartbroken. 23-year-old suspect morrison haze lampley previously faced stolen vehicle and stolen dog charge. even less is known about sean michael angold. a puzzle that the lieutenant says is not quite complete. investigators are exploring the possibility of more crimes.
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>> of course our imagination doesn't stop there. we need to recreate all the events from the time these three have known each other up until the time that they were arrested. >> reporter: in marin county, melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. stay with us for continuing coverage of the murders of steve carter and audrey carey. get update as they happen with push alerts from our app. go to abc7news.com/app. three months ago, kate steinle's killer also found a gun inside a car in san francisco. authorities say he shot and killed the 32-year-old at pier 14. the gun belonged to a federal agent and was taken from the agent's car. yesterday police warned people not to leave their firearms inside their vehicles. >> san francisco has a burglary problem. if you don't lock your car, someone will be in your vehicle. and even more importantly, if you have a firearm, leave it at home.
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we have to do our due diligence so they don't end up in the wrong hands. and that goes out to everyone. law enforcement included. >> last month new legislation was introduced to stop officers from leaving guns in their cars unattended. spencer stone who helped stop a gunman on a train in europe quickly recovering after being stabbed in sacramento. stone and several friends got into a fight with two men outside a bar early thursday. stone was stabbed three times. police are searching for attackers. yesterday doctors upgraded stone's consider to fair. he's out of bed, moving around and in good spirits. time is 6:09. weather-wise, it will be pleasant today. >> it really is. temperature s are coming down a bit, but we have a lot of fog out there. fog is everywhere in the east bay, only an eighth of a hemile visibility around san jose. so take your time. we'll talk about the humidity coming up and where the clouds
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will be today. that's all straight ahead. and the workweek ends with the fear of pink slips at a social media giant in the bay area. plus the roar of the blue angels returns to the skies of san francisco. the other fleet week fun you'll also find this weekend. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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happening today, the burial of the oakland artist shot and killed while working on a mural. antonio ramos was painting this mural on west street last month. he exchanged a few words with a passerby who then shot him. this is the person of interest wanted in connection with ramos' murder. the funeral is on telegraph avenue at 1:00 this afternoon. we have new details about the man accused of abducting and killing cats in san jose. the father of the 24-year-old suspect robert farmer is a retired san jose police officer and his mother is a teacher. police arrested farmer in a home depot parking lot thursday morning. they found a dead cat in his car. investigators believe he could be connected to the deaths of other cats. fleet week activities continue today in san francisco. you can expect aerial acrobats with the blue angels but with
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the good comes the bad such as huge crowds and gridlock. alan wong has the story. >> reporter: fleet week got under way with the blue angels flying wing tip to wing tip over san francisco bay. earlier the parade of ships sailed under the golden gate bridge to prepare for a weekend of free tours. >> i see this as a celebration of what we've achieved over the many years. >> so open and friendly, they want to come up and talk to you, take photos. it's great. >> reporter: fleet week is expected to attract more than a million people, combine that with president obama's visit to san francisco and you have a recipe for gridlock. safety is also a huge concern. drones will be strictly prohibited from flying within a 5 mile radius of the air show. >> it's extremely dangerous. they can get caught in an engine. >> reporter: and while you're taking that hash tag selfie and
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posting it to twitter, remember that large crowds can attract people looking to commit crimes of opportunity. so police are asking everyone to look out for something suspicious. >> if you see something, say something. ♪ >> it makes me sing. >> police are hoping for a fun and safe weekend, so strike up the band and get ready for fleet week 2015. alan wong, abc 7. so many of you in our abc 7 now community are sharing your photos with us. from selfies with sailors to ships and the blue angels, we'd love to see more. just use the #abc 7 now. and you can watch a live stream of all the blue angels events today and tomorrow. coverage starts at 3:00 this afternoon on abc7news.com. and you'll find a complete list of fleet week activities online. twitter is planning company-wide layoffs starting monday. that's according to technology
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news outlet. layoffs come a week after the twitter co-founder jack dorsey was named ceo. twitter had 4200 workers at the end of june, more than double the 2,000 they had in 2013. twitter officials say they will not comment on rumors. crews in southern california hope they get another chance to help a whale entangled in some sort of line. the adult whale was spotted off dana point yesterday. it appears some sort of wire is tightly wrapped around the whale's body. rescue crews tried several times to cut the line, but the whale eventually swam away. this was the third time the whale was spotted, but the first time crews got close enough to attempt a rescue. the white house has gone pink to recognize breast cancer awareness month. to mark the occasion, the white house tweeted one in eight women in america develop breast cancer, we lit the white house pink in their honor. breast cancer is the second leading cancer death for women
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in the u.s. after lung cancer. but when breast cancer is caught early and treated, survival rates can be near 100%. happening today in alameda county, the first ever fan fest 2015. there is not only 5 k events going on, but also activities throughout the day such as line dancing and skateboard competitions. more than 60 booths will be set up along with health screenings as great food, live music plus stomper the oakland as mascot and it all equals a big day of family fun. fan fest 2015 gets under way at 10:00 this morning. let's get a check of the full weather now. fog continues to be the big story of the day. >> and national weather service just issued a dense fog advisory until 9:00 this morning. so we're looking at limited visibility all around the bay area. right now you can see from live doppler 7 hd, we have low clouds and fog at the coast and this
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will be a source of the cooling, a front pushing into the pacific northwest that will adrianza in the onshore push bringing temperatures down just slightly today. a half mile from saptd saint rosa. and the fog is moving in to concord. so certainly foggy out there. so pea soup if you're headed out early for a jog or bike ride. be careful. you have to use the low beams. hopefully people on the road will look out for others because you really complaint see far in front you with the low clouds out there. 57 in san jose and morgan hill. 62 in oakland. so we are slightly milder in the north bay. upper 50s from santa rosa. 60 in napa and fairfield with 58 in livermore.
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and look at the golden gate bridge, yeah, it is very foggy out there. so with the sun angle slightly lower in october, it will take a little bit more time for the low clouds to burn off. they one burp off completely. in fact it should be still gray here. half moon bay, even point reyes. so the dense fog, warming trend begins tomorrow. not only will we have high and hid level clouds today, but the relative humidity is coming up. the dew points are coming up. it will feel stickier today. warmer weather arrives tomorrow and then hot weather comes back into play monday and tuesday. we have dangerous conditions here, 7 to 9 feet later on today with the long southwesterly flow. it's developing right now. and it will be with us throughout the evening hours and into tomorrow, as well. so keep that in mind. very dangerous especially ocean beach. so blocking high pressure here allowing for the remnants to move up into the pacific
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northwest ramping up the onshore push. we have the low clouds, fog and high and mid level clouds, as well. also bringing up the swell. but we're also looking at another storm system in the pacific. it is tropical storm nora. so very active there. 70 in the city today, 74 tomorrow, 77 on monday. and in the south bay, about 8 on santa clara, san jose, more upper 70s for from you mineral park, red wood city, mountain view. clou cloudy. 77 in vallejo, 76 san leandro, 74 berkeley. low to mid-80s, 85 by the delta. we're warmer tomorrow, less humid, mid-90s inland. beach weather. and then we'll be cooler. you can see the doppler anytime with the weather app. it's free and we also have more information at abc7news.com/app.
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>> as long as the fog doesn't dampen the blue angels spirits. that's the big thing. >> they have so much precision. they will figure it out. coming up next, a hike through the woods ends in a terrifying plunge in the water. we'll show you what happened next.
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dan harris joins us now to tell us what is coming up on "good morning america." >> coming up on gma, it is just what they do not need in waterlogged south carolina. another round of rain on the way with 19 dead, thousands without power. how will they cope with this impending storm in we're live in south carolina and rob has your forecast. also developing this morning, a gruesome shark attack in hawaii. witnesses rushing to help the 25-year-old fighting for his life after losing his leg. the story of horror and heroism coming up. and finally aer to of survival featuring two little brave boys. one 5, the other 7. they wandered away from their campsite in kentucky. how they made it on their own out there in the woods and how they were finally reunited with their families. it's all coming up on a busy saturday. see you soon. four french hikers got more excitement than they bargained
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for when a suspension bridge collapsed in a national park in new zealand. the hiking party was sent plunging 28 feet into the river below. no one was seriously injured. the fall is blamed on the manufacturing defect. it happened back on september 3, but the video just released. the bridge spans 215 feet and is supposed to be safe for up to ten people at a time. our next story is for anyone who has outgrown their selfie stick. there is a product made by dji. a company known for its line of drones called the osmos. users can choose selfies on the go and not end up with jittery video. but it sells for $650. and at that price, you better love those selfies. might soon see some fluttering in the sky. monarch butterflies have begun their fall migration into northern california.
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they have reappeared at one of their favorite spots and they add color to tree canopies in san leandro and santa cruz. the federal government spent money to figure out why fewer monarchs have been spotted in recent years. much more ahead on the abc 7 news saturday morning news. pondering his next move. will joe biden make a run for the white house? also, how a service dog who belonged to one of the victims of last week's campus shooting in oregon is bringing comfort to her fiance.
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half past the hour on this saturday morning. thanks so much for waking up with us. let's start with a quick look at the weather. hi, lisa. we have a dense fog advisory until 9:00. if you haven't noticed it yet, here are the visibilities in miles. just about a half mile from oakland to hayward. san carlos quarter mile on the coast as well as mountain view, san jose a little bit better this hour. half mile as well as up in santa rosa. so we have a little bit headed
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into our east bay valley, but overall it's just right in the bay right now. and we will look for some cooling this afternoon. the source of that, this area of low pressure headed up to the pacific northwest. that ramps up the onshore push and a once this low cloudiness retreat, you'll notice the mid and high level clouds today. 52 in fremont and oakland. we will look for not only the cooler onshore push, but slightly higher relative humidities. so we'll put the temperatures on the map and talk about the warmer second half of the weekend in a few minutes. turkey's health minister says two bomb explosions in the turkish capital killed 86 people. another 186 people were injured in the attacks during a peace rally. he says 62 people died at the scene while 24 ours diothers di the hospital. this morning in washington, d.c., there is still no idea who
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will be speaker of the house and if anyone truly wants the job after kevin mccarthy of bakersfield abruptly pulled out of the race. a new name has emerged as a leading candidate. karen travers has the latest. >> reporter: house republicans are trying to convince a reluctant paul ryan to run for house speaker. >> paul is looking at it, but it's his decision. >> reporter: the former vice presidential candidate has repeatedly turned down the job. >> i don't have anything to add right now. >> reporter: but some republicans say it's part of his appeal. >> he is more humble than most members of congress. >> reporter: the house majority leader kevin mccarthy says the party needs a fresh face. and many believe ryan is the person who can do it. >> if paul decided to run, he would be elected probably unanimously. >> reporter: a source close to
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ryan says the congressman is discussing the possibility of pursuing the job with his family and another candidate congressman daniel webster of florida says he's ready to fill john boehner's shoes. >> i'm not running against anybody. i'm not running against a personality or a name. >> reporter: also jason chaffetz is in the race. he says he would back ryan if he runs. >> i'm a huge fan of paul ryan. i would hope he would do it. >> reporter: and gop presidential candidates capitalizing on the political turmoil on capitol hill. >> i have urged every republican in the house that the necessary speaker of the house should be a strong conservative. >> reporter: karen travers, abc news. and the big question, will joe biden get in the race for the white house? here is cecilia vega.
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>> reporter: behind the security barrier and inside his delaware home weighing the political decision of a lifetime. sources tells abc news biden believes he has about one week to make up his mind. this week biden joking about his political future. >> if i don't move, i'll be demoted to secretary of state or something like that. that's a joke. that's a joke. >> reporter: but behind the scenes, sources say his aides had a very serious meeting with democratic party leaders to discuss critical rules and fast approaching ballot deadlines. what it would take to launch a campaign. >> things can change in a heartbeat. >> reporter: and now the emotional ad about the 1972 car crash that killed biden's first wife and their daughter paid for by a group supporters urging him to run. it was supposed to air next week. but that has changed. former obama adviser david axelrod called it tasteless and biden himself didn't want the ad to run.
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and we're hearing joe biden will likely push this decision past the big debate on tuesday. cecilia vega, abc news, new york. michelle obama will be in connecticut to christen a submarine named after her home state. she will smash the bottle of champagne against hull of the future "uss illinois." it carry out a range of missions including anti-sub warfare, delivery of special forces. a teen sharing his experience for the first time. 18-year-old matthew downing released a written statement saying chris harper mercer reloaded his two guns during the incident and fired on people who were lying in the room including a woman who had picked up a desk to defend herself. harper mercer killed 9 before shooting himself. one of the victims sarena moore was shot in a wheelchair.
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her dog bullet lay by her side as she died. bullet is now back with serena's fiance, and the two friends are trying to help each other cope. >> he goes to her door and lay down because he used to go in the room and sleep with her. >> three of the victims all 18 are being buried today. quinn cooper, rebecka carnes and lucas will have their funerals in oregon. in flagstaff, hundreds turned out for a vigil for the four victims of yesterday's early morning shooting at northern arizona university. one person was killed and three wounded, all members of the delta chi fraternity. the suspect is a fraternity pledge at northern arizona university. police believe steven jones opened fire after a fight with members of another fraternity. jones claims he was trying to get away from a group of people.
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>> we are of course shocked and deeply saddened by the circumstances that bring us together this morning. our thoughts are with the victims and their families and our entire lumberjack family. >> jones remains in jail on $2 million bail. an 18-year-old freshman is dead after another shooting yesterday morning, this one at texas southern university in houston. one other person was wounded but is expected to survive. police say they have detained two people for questioning. tsu's president says it all happened during an argument. 6:36. a student has been arrested after police say he threatened to shoot up the school. a staff member contacted police with information about a threat. police tracked down the suspect, a 15-year-old. they found documents at his home suggesting he was planning a school shooting. sky 7 hd was above campus
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yesterday showing a heavy police presence. investigators believe the threat may be related to bullying. happening today, a woman called the bike angel will be delivering brand new bicycles to victims of the valley fire. images like these spurred her to action. she delivered about 2 dozen new bikes, but the demand far outnumbered the supply. so today at noon, candy and other volunteers will bring 40 new bikes to the kids all donated by the livermore community. still ahead on the abc 7 saturday morning news, automating your drive. what carmakers are doing to make the next generation of smart cars safe from hackers. here is a live look outside. you can't see much. we're waking up to fog throughout much of the bay area. lisa will have the full accuweather forecast. abc 7 is honoring hispanic heritage month. today we recognize andre connell.
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you can help celebrate 25 years of art and wine. it's the san carlos art and wine festival. there are activities for kids an adults from live music and magic to a classic car show. the festival starts at 10:00. if you can't make it today, the festival runs through tomorrow. how will it be for all those folks heading out will today? >> san carlos, upper 70s. but on the peninsula, it is foggy. we have a dense fog advisory until 9:00 and sfo reporting 51 minutes away. so later on today, it will be a mix of clouds and sun in the city and we'll talk about who that will fair for the blue angels when we come back. also ahead, clayton kershaw is money in the regular season, but hasn't had the same success in the post. could he lead the dodgers to victory or would he get
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in sports the san jose sharks play their home opener at 7:30 p.m. in college football, only two bay area schools are in action today. at 6:00, san jose state travels to las vegas to play unlv. and at 7:00 p.m., the cal takes on the utes.
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and the national league takes central stage today with game two of both division series. last night the playoffs started off rough for the dodgers. here are the highlights. no bay area teams to root for but you can always root against the dodgers, right? kershaw's postseason struggles continued with the mets. he struck out 11, but one big mistake and here it is in the fourth, daniel murphy gets all of this. solo home, 1-0 mets. degrom was throwing smoke. karl crawford, cory seager, you'll all get nothing and like it. he was pulled in the 7th. mistake. david wright makes him pay. knocks in a pair. mets take the opener 3-1. game one cubs and cardinals, chicago's jon lester former ace
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struck out nine, but gave up three including this bomb from tommy fam's his first postseason at bat. and two batters later, piscotti's first career postseason bomb cards take the series opener 4-0. game two rangers and blue jays, bottom of 13. josh donaldson admiring a foul ball he thought was going to be the game winner. he broke the unwritten rule by gazing. the benches clear, but no punches thrown. he strikes out a chasing donaldson. top 14, a two out single to center. the throw, play at the plate, and he slides inside ways and safely. 6-4 texas. rangers take a commanding 2-0 series lead. orioles and astros, royal takes it 5-4. that series knotted at a game a piece.
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cal and utah are the only two unbeaten teams left in the pac-12 and they meet tonight in salt lake city. can they carve up the rugged utes defense? they're ranked fifth in the country. this is new territory for the bears. they went 1-11 two years ago and now in the spotlight. >> just the buzz around the program is really exciting. we haven't been ranked in a while, haven't been 5-0 in a while. so this team very confident just very excited to just go out there and see what we can do. and there is no secret to success. it's just hard work and coach does a great job of preaching like nothing will change. so what this is on game day. we still have work hard and that's the only way you can be successful on saturday. >> and we got college football here on abc 7 this afternoon.
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5:00 kickoff between miami and florida state. hope to see you afterwards for after the game. have a great weekend, everybody. so we've been talking about the fog all morning long. >> delays are less than an hour, but stacking up. about 50, 55 minutes. and of course low clouds and fog not just around the airport. we're looking at all over the bay area down to san jose, a little bit into the valleys. but that will be a source of our cooling today where numbers are coming down over ten degrees on the peninsula. mountain view yesterday, you were hot at 91. today in the upper 70s. so most of that due to a stronger onshore push. but a few more clouds around, some of them low clouds and some high and mid level clouds, a as well. so we are looking at a push of low clouds into our east bay shore line. half mile visibility from oakland and hayward with a mile and a quarter mountain view as well as san jose on the coast, quarter of a mile, three quarters of a mile up in nevada. so it's pretty bad everywhere
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from napa santa rosa. with the system heading into the pacific neftd, we are looking at temperatures coming down a few degrees, but low clouds and fog like this will be stacked up from half moon bay to point reyes. 62 in oakland, 61 in mountain view. 59 in half moon bay. mid-60s for you in san jose. checking in at 57. mt. tam, nice looking view. mainly in the 70s today. a few low its up tort santa rosa. mid-50s concord and napa at 59. so from our exploratorium damage are a, y camera, you can see how the fog is compressed and with the dense fog advisory, it will stay rather gray throughout the morning hours.
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a warming trend begins tomorrow and pushes the fog well offshore and hot weather will return for the first couple of days of the upcoming workweek. we have an elevated surf to work with. northwesterly and stronger swell tomorrow. so all weekend long, dangerous conditions from sonoma county through monterey. over 8, perhaps 9 feet surf at times. so high pressure allowing for a sunny afternoon for the most part, but with the leftovers, the swell, high and mid level clouds for today. so there are your changes. but the relative humidity also cranking up and that will make it feel slightly more humid and for the blue angels, a mix of clouds and sun, 70. 74 tomorrow. slightly warmer. and we'll take the humidity away with upper 70s on monday. really with no fog at all. san jose today should be a nice afternoon. upper 70s is your average. and notice the temperatures ticking up through tuesday.
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slight lie cooler after that. 77 in vallejo with 78 for you as you head up towards san rafael. 86 in morgan hill. so you will be cooler today with 80 in napa. accuweather 7 day forecast, slightly warmer. not quite as humid tomorrow and then it will be hot monday and tuesday. of course the shorter days it could is off nightly at night and then by the middle of the week, we could see drizzle with cooler temperatures thursday and friday. >> on the flip side, a nice day to enjoy the blue angels. >> for sure. the line between car and computer is getting blurrier by the day with high tech features. but the front frontiers can pose new challenges. jonathan bloom haend attended a and has the story. >> reporter: it's not a plug-in or hybrid. >> the most abundant thing that we have is hydrogen. the only emission is water.
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>> reporter: it's part of silicon valley reinvents the wheel. >> they have become connected devices like your smartphone. >> reporter: and connecting to your smartphone whether it's an iphone -- >> all of the applications. >> reporter: -- or android. >> so buyers don't have to get into that situation. >> reporter: self driving cars now a museum piece with technology showing up in advanced cruise control. >> it accounts for cut-ins, it will stop all the way to zero speed. >> super computers. >> reporter: much like a self driving car. >> we can get 80% of the benefits with the technologies that we have today. >> reporter: but with so many reasons to automate cars centered around safety, one question being asked more urgently. how do you keep the bad guys from connecting to your connected car. >> anytime you hook up anything to a network, you send signals over the air.
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it's open for someone to get into. >> reporter: this security author says the recent acts were just demonstrations, but a wake-up call. >> taking over entirely a car's controls and using it as a weapon. obviously that's the kind of thing that people lose sleep over. >> reporter: securing data is new for automakers, but he says automakers may not be leading the charge. it's google, apple, uber, tesla. three out of four aren't really carmakers. jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. up next, honoring john lennon. where you can see the special exhibition featuring artwork by the beatles legend.
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another fun activity to take part in if you're not doing fleet week stuff today. >> it will be busy and the fog slowing you down perhaps this morning. a dense fog advisory and airport delays of over 50 minutes. 70 later on, partly cloudy, san francisco. 80, cooler for many of but relative humidity a little higher from palo alto to san mateo. sounds good, but it will feel sticky. warmer tomorrow and warm he issest days will be monday and tuesday. maybe a few sprinkles by the end of the week. >> check your flight status. thanks. and thanks for joining us. the news continues online, on twitter, facebook and on all of your mobile devices with our abc 7 news app. good morning america oig is next.
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good morning, america. breaking news, turkey terror attack. protesters for peace targeted by bombs. around 100 killed. even more wounded. who is behind it? flood emergency. a fresh punch for waterlogged south carolina. the new storm hitting right now as more people evacuate and the floodwaters rise. the heartbroken homeowners, everything they own under water. >> you can really see the power of all of this water, and that is why people here are so worried. >> how will they cope with this new storm? rob has your forecast. breaking overnight, the shark attack. a surfer in critical condition. >> shark attack, ems should be on scene also.

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