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this moment is perfect in every way just like my kid gooey...flaky...happy. toaster strudel. now with more icing. >> good morning, everybody. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, october 18th. let start with a quick look at the weather. we have meteorologist frances dinglason in for lisa argen. >> good morning, everyone. it's going to be a beautiful day. temperatures on the cool side right now. especially in parts of the north bay where it's only 50 in santa rosa, 50 napa, and visibility has dropped in napa to less than a mile with some fog. also 60 in san francisco for the nike half-marathon runners. it's going to get started any
minute now. actually the next half-hour. we are much cooler compared to where we were yesterday at this time. 10 degrees cooler in napa and some areas five to four degrees cooler compared to yesterday at this time. temperatures will be lightly below normal this afternoon, as we look for the live view from emeryville, out toward the bay. you see some clear skies over parts of the bay area. and this afternoon look for inland numbers to reach the upper 70s along the coast. in the 60s, and near 70 around the bay. i'll tell you about a warmup with the accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. >> frances, thank you. dealing news this morning. we are waiting for the condition on two men who were rescued from the ocean in santa cruz last night after one of them drove their car off the wharf. crews pulled the car out of the water after the man was rescued. the victims crashed through a
four-foot fence. the victims were under water nearly 20 minutes. they were rushed to the hospital. no information has been released on the men. it's not clear what caused the driver to crash. one person is dead after a head-on car crash on the stanford campus. it happened just after 7:00 last night just east of campus drive. the driver who was killed was in the nissan. investigators say that car crossed the center line into oncoming traffic, hitting a volkswagen. the driver of the volkswagen is in critical condition this morning. the cause is under investigation.. that. the father of one of the three teenagers who died in a street racing crash last week in san jose says he hopes more people will come forward with information on what led to his son's death. >> last night johan santana the ramos joined a crowd of people
at the crash to mourn the loss of the teenagers, including his son. 15-year-old anthony ramos is the one in the middle of your screen. jayle. n and oscar were also killed. the three died when police say the stolen honda they were in spun out of control, slamming into a tree. police believe they were street racing. a fourth teenager survived, but suffers serious injuries. police are still looking for the driver of a second car involved. some residents in san francisco's castro district are upset with a sewage project they say could damage important and meaningful pieces of art. alyssa harrington has more. >> the designed blocks of concrete were designed to be walked on, but not for this.
>> this is concrete. >> power tools and heavy machinery. a sewage project has left this one of playwright tennessee williams a mess. it's dirty, surrounded by trash and wood and possibly damaged. >> i think it's a slap in the face for the artist that put this together. >> the real issue here is one of respect. >> david perry is the founder and chairman of castro as honor walk. he said it was there to pay tribute to the lgbt community and concerns for their equality. >> what we are concerned about is someone doing construction on a local business, and we feel maybe hasn't given one. honorees the respect they heard. it's one thing for someone to walk on tennessee williams and learn about him and another thing that's more than the normal wear and tear. >> a supervisor reached out. they are investigating what happened.
>> if someone was doing work and damaged one of these blocks, that contractor, in my view, needs to be financially responsible for repairing the damage. >> each one costs $5,000. perry wants to remind all construction crews these plaques are not just a piece of sidewalk. in san francisco, abc7 news. sacramento police have released new images showing the two men suspected the stabbing train hero spencer stone. police describe the suspects as asian males. stone was stabbed three times while protecting a friend from a sacramento bar back on october 8th. he was released from the hospital last week. you will remember stone and two others stopped a terrorism attack on a train in france in august. crews are work to go fix massive sinkhole in union city.
there was video posted of the work going on last night. it's grown from 40 feet to 35 feet since it was first discovered last wednesday near new haven street. repair crews are trying to shore up the size of the sinkhole and fix damaged water and sewer pipes. they don't expect to be done until sometime this week. thank goodness an antioch teacher's aide saw something wrong and took action. she's being haled has a hero after rescuing girl from an accused kidnapper. she spotted one of her former students from the elementary school on friday sitting with a truck with a middle-aged man. the girl looked scared so she got out of her car and started asking questions. i said, sweetheart, is that your dad?
and she told me no, he's my friend. i said no, he's not, he's not your friend. i put my car in front of his car, i blocked him, and i told her you get out of the car right now. >> that's when she blocked the truck with her car. that girl was not hurt. sandra called police and they have arrested this man, 51-year-old santiago salazar, for kidnapping. they said salazar did not know that girl. this little white house will move to a new location in oakland later this morning. ucsf children's hospital offered it for free as long as the new owner covered most of the moving costs. right now that house sits on land owned by the hospital, but plans call for a new building on that site. a couple will put the house on their property about a block away. the move will cost them $200,000. the house is scheduled to be moved starting about right now, anytime between 6:00 and 8:00 this morning. teenagers who lost everything in the valley fire in lake county won't have to miss their homecoming. yesterday business owner nancy rosenblum delivered more than 150 donated dresses, along with shoes, purses and jewelry to
middletown high school. she organized a donation drive to help 50 girls. the response was overwhelming. with the biggest donation coming from a former oakland raider. nancy sent us this video of the happy teenagers. the dance has now been moved to november 7th because of the fire. progress is being made in southern california to clean up the massive mudslides from last week. state route 58 connecting central california to las vegas remains closed. the mud is as thick as five feet in some spots. but there's more work to do and more rain is on the way. awc news reporter has the latest on the cleanup effort. >> crews clearing roads in mud-locked roads in southern california are racing against
the clock and mother nature. saturday morning construction equipment arriving to aid in the dig-out about another round of weather hits. >> they are expecting more rain this afternoon. if that happens, then what we are going to do is probably clear all the personnel that are working in the area just in case there's more mudslides. >> it's pretty scary to see the water on both sides and moving very quickly and rising very quickly. i was thinking about how i was going to go out the sunroof to get on top of the vehicle. >> thousands of cars and trucks remain stranded after thursday's massive mudslides. >> this is why i cannot get across to get home. >> it shows how brutally fast the onslaught of mud and water swept across freeways and neighborhoods. >> i've never seen this before. >> as road crews worked, families and businesses are cleaning out. leaving mud-caked belongings out to trash. the road still covered and it's hard it see the curb. >> we had a couple firefighters stopping to give us some sandbags. >> we were probably in three inches of mud. we've been cleaning off and pressure washing.
all of that. the amount of cleanup has been crazy. >> now everyone is holding their breath for a possible round two as more rain moves in. abc news, lake hughes, california. there are major road closers overnight and this morning in san francisco. it's due to the thousands of people expected to run in the nike women's half-marathon. the 13-mile annual race raises money for the leukemia and lymphoma society. we have a look at the rise course. it starts at union square in a few minutes. heads through golden gate park and the presidio. we have a road closer map on our website at abc7news.com. frances, cool temperatures for them, which runners need and they like. >> yeah. they have the 60 degrees in san francisco. it's only going to warm up to 66 by this afternoon.
it will be in the 60s, which will be runners this morning. but if you are heading to san francisco, of course, you will need an extra layer. you see the low coastal clouds moving in right now. temperatures below arrange. i'll have your neighborhood forecast coming up. >> thank you, frances. also ahead, how an eviction ended up in front of san francisco's deyoung museum this weekend. you will hear from both sides. and new regulations the federal government will soon require for drones. how soon they may take
>> two men were seriously hurt and suffered shark attacks in hawaii. the first one was in o'ahu that left the man without his left leg. the second man was in a minor incident with the shark. it did not say if he was actually bitten. he's taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. these are the sixth and seventh shark attacks this year. officials say all have happened in murky water. it's a common story, rising represents and threats of eviction in san francisco. only this time the renter is
fighting pack in an unusual way. he is protesting outside the deyoung museum where his landlord's wife works. tiffany will sop spoke with both sides and has the story. >> families are visiting the deyoung museum are greeted with this. >> what do we want? >> stop eviction! >> when do we want it? >> now! a local artist, david, for the past 34 years lived on the top floor of this three-story building in the triangle. >> this is a dark room where i can do black and white photography. >> he pace $735 a month for the two-bedroom unit. i put my love into it. i put myself into it. you can look at any spot, whether it's a flaw or something nice, you see a the bit of me in it. now he's getting evicted. >> it's devastating. >> just one floor below you find a very different story. the family purchased the building in 2013. ground floor units are the grandparents, middle floor for them, top floor for brother. but only the brother can't move in because he refuses to move out. even after the family offered him an $80,000 buyout. >> the lawyer said it's the most generous offer he's seen in 25 years.
>> they filed for an eviction. it allows them to evict units if a family member is going to occupy the unit. >> we tried everything we could. this is the last resort. >> they were caught off-guard when he organized protesters at the deyoung me sue i am where his wife is an assistant curator. >> i find it bizarre an art curator is evicting a local artist. >> it's a sensitive time for our family. >> beyond the emotional roller coaster, her name is not even on the title. >> i have actually no legal authority to evict him. the facts are inaccurate. >> they say they understand his frustration, and they are following the law. but eventually he has to go. in san francisco, tiffany wilson, abc7 news. >> hundreds of steps were taken last night toward finding a cure for blood cancer. abc7 news was in palo alto for the light the night walk.
friends and family of people with leukemia and lymphoma formed teams to raise money for research and patient services. earn carries a different color lantern. white for survivors, red for supporters, and gold for those walking in memory of a loved one. it's a chance for celebration, remembrance and hope. >> it just gives survivors like myself a greater ray of hope and sunshine to see light at the end of the tunnel, which is a cure tore this disease. >> abc7 news reporter david louie mc'd last night's event. there are three more events in our area this year. the next one is next saturday at discovery meadow in san jose. happening today, it's the last sunday streets event of the season in san francisco. sunday streets bans car from the streets and encourages recreation and community activities.
this is video from a previous event. today's will be in the mission on valencia from 26th street to the plaza. there will be live music, arts and crafts and dance perform an and lessons. it starts at 11:00 this morning and ends at 4 and, of course, its free. it's a good time for people to teach their kids to ride their bikes and you will that thing. >> live doppler 7hd right now shows pretty quiet conditions. probably a spotty sprinkle here and there from light returns being reported right now. but we are seeing some clear skies over parts of the bay area. i wanted to take you southeast near fresno. check out here. look at the numerous thunderstorms and heavy rain that has moved through just the last few hours. the flash flood warning has
expired in the area, but, wow, just watch out for the heavy rain if you are traveling through fresno. live view from sfo shows you some clear skies and some low clouds. san francisco 60 degrees, oakland 62. mountain view 67. san jose at 58 degrees. and morgan hill at 59. half moon bay at 61. if you check out the golden gate bridge camera, you will notice that there isn't fog there this morning. and that's what helps keep numbers low this parts of the north bay. it's been cool out there in santa rosa and napa in the low 50s where we've had thick fog reported as well. novato 54. fairfield 56. and concord at 57 and livermore at 59 degrees. this time we are looking out toward the financial area from the exploratorium camera. you see some of the patchy low clouds make their way in from the coast. we are starting off with some
low clouds this morning but this arm more sunshine especially inland. temperatures on the cool side, though. it will feel like fall and then warmer air arrives on tuesday. we will be above average, and then dry into next weekend. so here's what's going on. the area of low pressure that brought us trace amounts of rain, this will continue to provide rain through parts of central california. now what's going to happen over the next few days is we have high pressure building and as it builds over the next few days and midweek work he will see an off flow and with the lapped breeze temperatures will be coming up. right now we have some cloud cover for the morning and then we will see partly cloudy conditions throughout the average. notice the areas of green. slight, slight chance of a spotty shower in the northernmost areas of napa county. and then by monday we will be seeing more sunshine, allowing for the warmer trend to really kick in for tuesday.
here's a hook at your highs today. in the south bay, 72 in san jose. near 70 in palo alto. mountain view. but only 64 for half moon bay pumpkin festival. you will definitely need to dress in layers there. 66 downtown san francisco. low 70s through petaluma, sonoma and nap it paw and near 70 in many east bay locations. 71 in oakland. warmer antioch, 77. pleasanton at 74 degrees. san francisco is below our average at 69 today, but then warm tuesday. we had in the 70s once again. you can see the trend also in the accuweather seven-day forecast for inland areas. they will be reaching upper 80s by midweek, even along the coast near 70 degrees. so enjoy the fall weather because it's going to feel closer to summer by midweek. and then unfortunately just dry, dry, dry all into next weekend.
>> we are joined from new york to tell us what is coming up on "good morning america." good morning. the manhunt continues for notorious drug lord he will chappo who escaped in july. mexican police say they are hot on his tracks. he was injured and nearly escaping capture. what was supposed to be a fun halloween event ends in chaos after one was injured and four injured at a zombie fest in florida. it shows people running after shots were fired. they asked attendees for information, while the shooter remains at large. the latest coming up. and two more shark attacks in hawaii yesterday. one person in serious condition. this coming after a shark attack survivor recently spoke out for the first time detailing his terrifying experience in the jaws of a 13-moot monster. more on the frightened tale this morning. it's all coming up on gma. >> thank you, tom.
new regulation on drones are coming tomorrow. federal transportation officials are expected to announce drone owners will be required to register their unmanned drone systems. itthe announcement will be made jointly. a task force will be created to implement the new program. the plan could go into effect by christmas. you can already eat breakfast made in a darth vader toaster and sleep in a meridian falcon bed. what you could not do is fly in a 787 plane that looks like a giant r2d2. problem solved. today japan's airlines will take the first flight from tokyo airport to vancouver. excited star war fans were able to cristen the dreamliner yesterday. of course, they came dressed for the part. the air line is hoping to fly the jolt airports all over the
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>> welcome back. we are starting this half-hour with a look at our weather with meteorologist frances dinglason, who is in for lisa argen this morning. good morning >> good morning. >> the half-marathon for the nike event starts right now. napa, 50 degrees where visibility is less than a mile due to thick fog in the area. a much cooler start, especially compared to yesterday at this time. napa ten degrees cooler. quite a few areas five and four
degrees cooler than yesterday. what this means is we will have temperatures slightly below average, as well, this afternoon as we look live from emeryville out toward the bay. light winds out there right now. they will pick up. in the afternoon look for inland numbers to reach the upper 70s along the coast and in san francisco. the clouds are going to stick around most of the day. we will only hit the upper 06 eats and around the bay partly cloudy conditions. temperatures ranging from mid-60s to low 70s. enjoy the fall weather because a warmup is on its way. i'll show you with the accuweather seven take forecast coming up. carolyn. >> thank you, frances. this morning speculation about v.p. joe biden's future. he is under increasing pressure to declare his intentions about a run for the white house. so far he has kept the nation guessing. abc news reporter richard cantoo has the story. >> vice president joe biden was in new york city to receive a humanitarian award. >> tonight is an overwhelming honor.
>> but mr. biden won no prize for full disclosure, keeping his political intention as mystery. at one point joking -- >> i can be anything i wanted to be. [laughter] >> the v.p. jogging past cameras in delaware saturday morning, making a stop at his grand daughter's cross-country meet before heading to new york. the country's number two man still not saying if he will join the campaign to succeed his boss. and so far president obama is also staying mum. >> you can direct those questions to my brave vice president. >> but many biden supporters and even hillary clinton have pushed for an answer. >> there does come a point a decision has to be made. >> his inner circle sent out an e-mail describing the campaign he would run. but is this a sign?. >> i think he's closer getting into it. his staff wouldn't be having those meetings unless he was getting ready to get into the race. >> but hillary clinton may have
kept biden's hat out of the ring with her impressive showing in tuesday's debate. >> i'm not taking a back seat to anybody! >> his brother said he's having a dialogue between his head and his heart, a dialogue that may or may not end in a run for the white house. abc news, new york >> this morning on "this week" presidential candidates bernie sanders and ben carson will discuss their campaigns in the race for the white house. and iraq war veterans will talk about president obama's decision to drop plans to withdraw from afghanistan. you can catch it hear on abc7 at 8:00 this morning. police in florida are looking for a suspect who opened festival last night. one person was killed, four injured. it happened just before midnight in ft. myers. the annual event draws more than 20,000 fans dressed as zombies. the zombie facebook page said organizers are saddened by the news and the organization takes
the safety of its patrons very seriously. a 75-year-old chess instructor is being credited with saying a group of children from a knife-wielding man. army veteran james vernon was coping a chess game at a public library in illinois when he said the man barged into the building, threatening to kill everyone. vernon sprang into action. at first he tried talking the man out of hurting anyone. >> settle down, relax a little bit. i'll listen to you while these kids get out of the room. >> vernon succeeded at getting the kids out of the library, but the 19-year-old man then lunged at him, cutting his left hand. vernon used his other arm to disarm the man and held him until the police arrived. the army vet will require surgery to repair from severed arteries and tendons.
but vernon said he will be okay. he only needs one arm to keep playing chess. this is among the most tragic mistakes a parent could ever make, leaving a child in a hot car, especially on a warm day. now a local inventor is selling a device to prevent that. it's being manufactured right here in the bay area. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom has the story. >> if you are notice there's a temperature inside and outside the car. >> on a sunny, october day marty gave a sobering demonstration. inside the car it climbed to 107 degrees in ten minutes. >> when children are left in the car, they parish within an hour or two of being left. >> it's a story that made headlines too many times. >> i couldn't believe that i would forget my own son. how am i going to tell my husband that i killed his son? >> i keep seeing these tragedies happen this the united states. we basically lose a child every nine days. >> so in the spirit of silicon valley, she wanted to do
something about it. thank you for coming. i really appreciate it. >> the company is called "i remind." >> the car sensing pad goes under the car seat. >> it can tell when you put the baby into the seat and turns on a tiny transmitter. >> it turns out and saves power when the seat is empty? >> exactly right. >> the battery lasts for two years, sending a signal to your i-phone, and you will never know it's there unless you forget your child and walk off. >> unlike a text message or phone call, you will find this one pretty difficult to ignore. it keeps ringing. doesn't stop. it won't stop until you get back in arm's reach of your child, and you don't need an i-phone. >> these are the key fobs. >> it comes in one of these. >> often time it's a caregiver or a grandparent so they might not be up on the latest technology. >> it sold for 99 bucks in amazon. it's not made in china. >> we look forward to help the
innovators manufacture in san jose. >> for her it made sense. it's her home. jonathan bloom, abc7 news. there are billions of dollars in unclaimed property in the country. and some of it, could it belong to you? state governments are using more than $40 billion in unclaimed property to patch their budget holes. california has $28.5 million on its list. some of the money can come from paychecks people just simply forgot to cash. you can find out if you have unclaimed property by making a claim online and mailing it to the state. we have links to the site on abc7news.com. still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, smartphones and sleep. it turns out our favorite gadgets may be to blame. the simple solution to this high-tech problem. and here's a live look from our roof cam. below normal temperatures today. but just today.
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reason for a poisonous snake washing up on a beach in ventura county. it's the yellow-bellied sea snake. it's the first time in years it has been in california, also during an el nino season. they say the el nino is warming up water temperatures in the pacific ocean. everybody is preparing for el nino. >> yeah. let's hope that this snake is a sign that we will have a typical el nino winter, which means, generally means more rain for us. it hasn't always been the case. here's a live view. no fog out there. a cooler start this morning. i'll have your neighborhood temperatures and change in the accuweather seven-day forecast. >> thank you, frances. also ahead, the warriors' preseason game against the lakers is discontinued before the fourth quarter to a course of boos. mike shumann tells us why officials called the game early. that's coming up in
♪ let us share what we see ♪ and oh the best it could be ♪ just you and i ♪ >> in sports it's a rematch of the super bowl with the 49ers facing the ravens. both teams are struggling with the 1-4 record. kickoff at 1:25 this afternoon. raiders are on a bye week. later today the cubs will try to even their national league championship series against the mets. last night new york beat chicago
in game one of the nlcs. here's mike shumann with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. baseball is top of the order. game one of the nlcs between two teams who have not been regular. the cubs, it's been 70 years since they won the national league pennant in 1945. and the mets haven't won in 20 years. first pitch. players bundled up, as temperatures were in the 40s. takes the jon lester pitch out of the yard. mets with an early 1-0 lead. top of five, a similar to left. bad idea. throws it to travis arnoux. the game stays tied. bottom of the sixth. travis arnoux at the plate. knocked the offering into dead center. 3-1 mets. mets win 4-2. game two is this afternoon.
kansas city hosting toronto. toronto takes the 3-0 lead in the sixth. troy tulowitzki thinking a liner. toronto was pretty good but the royals put together a big seventh. down 3-2. he gets it into right field. gets waved around. bautista's throw home is offline. tied at 3. two outs now. still in the 7th. rolls to the wall. 4-3, k.c. scored five in the frame. k.c. takes a 2-0 lead with the 6-3 victory. your san jose sharks looking to start the season a perfect 5-0 hosted by the new york islanders in brooklyn. san jose played last night. the islanders scored 21 seconds in. 21 seconds later joe thornton a perfect pass, his first career goal. 2-1, sharks. every time the sharks scored, the islanders answered. third period. dylan takes a poor angle, allowing okposo to go right to
the front of the net. his second of the year. sharks allowed two goals. it was 6-3 and now they are 4-1. lakers and warriors playing in san diego. the game was marked by wet spots on the floor. players were constantly slipping, which can cause serious slipping. curry slipped but still gets up and buries it. late in the third another slip and the coaches decide the court is not in good enough win so the lakers win the shortened game, 85-70, the final. round three. local flavor creeping up the leaderboard. let's tee it up. head on the swivel. mcilroy almost beaned in the head on 17. it bounces off the leg. got to be ready.
the putt to get to 11-under. and a tie for second briefly. andrew luke had the long birdie on 18 for a course record 62 in round three. settle for 63. a minus 13. just one back of the leader brenden steel. the roger is five back going into today's final round. that's the way the ball bounces. 49ers and ravens today at levi's stadium. kickoff 1:25. we will have all highlights tonight right here on abc7. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. >> okay, so at levi's stadium today pretty good weather for them. that stadium tends to heat up so this should be nice. it will be nice and warm. in the low 70s and sunny in the south bay, in fact, it's going to be a pretty mild day for most of us. but we have had a cooler than normal start. cooler compared to yesterday. live doppler 7hd just showing us some low clouds, thin at best, coming in from the coast. but i did want to take you out toward the central valley. there's been severe weather right now. look at this strong line of
thunderstorms from east of yosemite, all the way down south. east of fresno, down toward here. so there is a possibility of this flash flooding there. you just saw another lightning strike that just popped up. pea-size hale even possible with winds up to 30 miles per hour. here, though, we will be calmer at sfo. some low clouds right now causing some flight arrival delays. no departure delays reported yet. currently 60 trees in san francisco. oakland at 62. mountain view, san jose and morgan hill all in the upper 50s right now and half moon bay at 61 degrees. so if you look at the golden gate bridge camera, you will notice there really is no fog. that allows numbers to really come down in parts of the north bay where fog has been pretty sick in santa rosa and napa. less than a mile. it's currently 52 in santa rosa,
napa 50. some mid-to upper 50s through fairfield, con court and in livermore right now. we are looking from the exploratorium out toward the financial district u see in blue skies out there and some of the thin, low clouds that will linger throughout the afternoon at the coast. but for the most part you will see some sunshine inland. it will feel like tall this around. temperatures lower than average. warmer air arrives on tuesday and things will heat up midweek and then stay dry. here's the area of low pressure that brought us trace amounts of rainfall and heavy rainfalls through parts of southern california. it will continue to provide a chance of a spotty shower in some of the northern areas of napa county. but again, mainly in the higher elevations. and also for us today look for temperatures to be pretty comfortable in the south bay. morgan hill at 74. santa cruz 70.
64 half moon bay for the pumpkin festival. 7 is oakland and 16 in downtown san francisco. if you are head today the game, you will need your sunglasses later on this around. it will hit the low 70s by the fourth quarter. and it will be pleasant overall. around the state we've got quite a mix of temperatures. only 56 tahoe with light isolated showers in the north bay. thunderstorms tip, possibly again for southern california with a high of 77 in los angeles. and tonight lows will mainly be in the 50s where the spotty drizzle here or there along the coast or in parts of the higher elevations and the south bay. here's a look at the week ahead. we are below normal today and tomorrow the afternoon high is 76. but warm up into the low 80s through the work week. and then dropping down to closer to normal by next weekend. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. we will see the warmup, as well, inland. hitting the upper 80s by midweek.
plenty of sunshine for everyone tuesday and wednesday will probably be the warmest days and along the coast maybe even 70. but we will be dry the rest of the week and closer to normal next weekend, as well. >> all right. enjoy the cool weather today. thank you, frances. do you have trouble sleeping? your computer or smartphone may be partially to blame. now there's a new type of glasses that is could help protect you from the side effects of the blue screens. abc7 news anchor cheryl jennings takes a closer look. >> spending hours in toronto of a glowing screen can definitely strain your eyes. but could a specific wavelength of that light actually disrupt your sleep? >> this is a blue light. with the regular glasses you can see the blue light going straight through it. >> he's with the japanese eyewear maker which just opened their first start in san francisco. their glasses are designed to limit the amount of blue light reaching the eye. the theory is that the bluish light affects our bodies in the
same way as daylight. >> there's a cell within your retina that captures blue light and makes your body activate it. >> he said studies in japan and elsewhere have linked it to sleeplessness and the lower levels of melatonin. >> it's harder to get sleep. >> the filter blocks at least 25% of the blue light spectrum. other brands are also appearing on the market. still, some experts believe more studies are needed on the long-term benefits. this doctor chairs the department of ophthalmology. at california pacific medical center in san francisco. >> there's a lot of variables going on, in addition to the blue light exposure: but as computer and cell phone users struggle with it, these glasses are growing in popularity. you will in an effort to keep technology in better balance with our natural rhythms. cheryl jennings, abc7 news. >> up next, a fabulous feast.
night, the bride's family invited sacramento's homeless for a meal in one of the city's finest hotels. many came with their families, giving their kids a rare night out. the family said the night that was supposed to be about them was happily one that cares for others. you and i both like this story >> yes, a win-win for everybody. and also the weather is going to be quite nice this afternoon. sunny inland with 77 in antioch. but cloudy at the coast. 66 in san francisco and 64 for the half moon bay pumpkin festival. so it feels like fall today, below arrange. but lookout. we will warm things up on wednesday and tuesday, actually, is when it starts. lots of sunshine, above average and dry through the rest of the work week. >> all right. thank you, frances. thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with frances dinglasan who is in this morning for lisa argen. the news continues now online, on facebook and all your mobile device was your abc7 news app. a become c7 news continues at 9:00 a.m.
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