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>> this is abc7 news >> it's saturday, november 14th. good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. get ready tore changes on the way. here's meteorologist frances dinglasan in for lisa argen with a first look at the forecast. hi, frances. >> hi, chris and everyone. we are looking at the bay bridge getting ready for the closer. here's what you need to know. this morning it's a bit chilly and clear as well. temperatures in the upper 40 owes to low 50s. later today upper 50s to near 70 but the rain is headed our way and is expected to hit the bay area late tonight, mainly in the north bay. closer to midnight temperatures will be in the upper 40s to low 50s. also snow in the sierra and i'll have your complete accuweather forecast coming up. chris. >> frances, thank you. now to our top story this
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morning. the terror attacks in paris. here's the latest information. at least 127 people were killed after a devastating day in the city of lights. that's after a series of six attacks across the french capital within 30 minutes of each other, including shootings, explosions and a hostage situation. at least eight terrorists are dead. seven of them killed themselves when they detonated suicide vests. french officials have found a syrian passport on one attacker. the eiffel tower will be closed indefinitely following the attacks. isis claimed responsibility and said it was the first of the storm in a warning to those who wished to learn. here's the overnight developments. >>s at least 8 were killed by the police and 7 wearing suicide vests and blew them up. but at this point in time it's
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unclear whether that's all the attackers that took part in the raids that happened on friday night or when radio some of the attackers might still be at large. that is certainly something that is causing a great deal of concern here among the french people here of the people who live in paris. a lot of people say they are going to stay indoors. the french government has, in fact, urged people to not venture out if they don't need to do so. while many people are leading the advice, there are others who are coming out on this saturday morning who are defying all of that, saying that they will not be intimidated by terrorism. as all of that is going in, of course, the investigation is moving forward as well. there are at least six sites where these attackers struck. the most horrific happened at a theater where a rock concert was going on. more than 100 people were killed at that venue alone when, first of all, the attackers moved into that building, started shooting around and then took many people
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there hostage before the building wags raided. the french have vowed there is going to be a tough, and as the president puts it, a merciless response. in paris. >> 6:03 is our time. abc7 news spoke to a man who witnessed the terror. he has friends and family there and said he was not able to leave his house because the army set up outside his door. he lives at one of the six sites attacked. the man said he was walking home with friends when they stumbled upon a grisly seen. and the neighbors putting blankets and covering bodies from the street. >> paris is often called the city of lights, but last night it was dark. the lights on the eiffel tower were turned off to honor the dozens of people killed. in new york city the top of the new york world trade center was lit in blue, white and red last night, the colors of the
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french flag. the freedom tower will remain lit in those colors to honor the victims. >> as many of you know, san francisco is one of paris' scissor cities. city hall was lit up in the colors of the french flag to honor the victims. people were touched by the display, even though the color were initially displayed in the wrong order. s people paid tribute at the trench consulate in san francisco. many who showed up are french nature i was who has been suffering deep pain. this has been a year of terror in france. 11 people were killed in the offices of the charlie hebdo magazine. then in august, a attacked, a paris bound train. one man visiting here was from paris. >> very sad. very sad for my family. i feel sorry to be very far away. >> i wish i was home, but in a
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way i am glad i wasn't, but i wish i was home to be near my family and friends and in a glad i'm really glad i'm here because i have a baby. >> a french consulate employee tells us a gathering for the charlie hebdo attacks in january forced them to shut down a part of kearny street. he expects they will have to do the same if a vigil is planned for the this attack. one flight was cancelled from paris to sfo and a flight from paris to sfo last night. we spoke with a graduate student from san ramon who plans to take a group of international students to france next week. she's very worried. s >> i'm very worried now. just because it doesn't sound safe to go, especially with students from all over the world. >> nine flights from paris to san francisco today are listed as delayed. but so far none of the flights from san francisco to paris have been cancelled or delayed. the terror attacks in france are raising security concerns in major cities across the country, including san francisco. in a statement last night,
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the san francisco police department said it is maintaining high visibility. ceo mark beneoff is making a plea to his employees in paris. last night he tweeted, he said the sales force currently has 451 employees in paris and 204 have confirmed they are safe. we need to hear from the rest of you, call go center. the sales force is headquartered in san francisco. still no news from san francisco based airbnb. they opened this on their website just hours before the attack. some 6,000 people are attending the conference being held in paris about two miles from the theater that came under attack. we know many of you have loved ones in france. the state department has issued this phone number for anyone trying to get a hold of their loved ones. it's 1-888-407-4747.
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be sure to stay with abc news for the very latest on the terror attacks on paris. we will have updates throughout the morning right here on abc7 news. as always you can get the latest breaking news by following us on twitter @abc7 news bay area. happening today, cruz of get egg ready to implode a pir of the old eastern span of the bay bridge. ing we are joined live from the staging area. good morning, cornell. >> good morning, chris. talked to cal san francisco they say all systems are going for this morning's deem nation of the largest remaining pier of the old bay bridge. the implosion is set to go at 7:00 a.m. this morning. 7:00 a.m. this morning. chp marine eunice are already on bait this morning, keeping voters 1500 feet away from the site of that planned demolition.
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take a look at this video. the six-second implosion will look something like this animation. all of it taking place under water. 20 million pounds of concrete is imploded. caltran says a wooden and steal matt placed on top of the pier will keep debris from flying on to the new span. 600 charges of dine night will make it happen. other debris will be contained by a boom around the peer which is 200 feet tall. this morning's implosion could be called off if wildlife is spotted in the area. >> if there are some things that would not number our control, so if there's a mammal or weather change, anything like that, could actually cause a delay. however, at this point in time everything is a go. >> dozens of wildlife observers will be on the bay this morning looking out for seals or birds.
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they will use air horns and laser pointers if they are spotted in the area. and we are told that chp will be halting traffic on the bay bridge about 15 minutes prior to the blast. about 6:45 this morning. again, the blast is set to happen at 7:00 a.m. this morning. we are live on treasure island this morning, cornell bernard, abc7 news >> cornell, thank you. happening now, a busy stretch of van ness avenue in san francisco is closed this weekend. the three-day closer which started yesterday allows for continuing work on an underground pedestrian tunnel. this is video from sky 7od of the project. the stretch that is closed is between post and geary. it is scheduled to reopen tomorrow night at 11:59:00 p.m. weather-wise, you've been talking about the rain that's coming our way all morning long. >> yeah. it's the timing of the rain is mainly going to be heavy overnight. but we could get up to about
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half an inch in many neighborhoods. we are looking live from the east bay hills. enjoy the sunshine today because tomorrow is going to be blustery and cold. i'll have all the details coming up. >> good advice, frances. thank you. also next, friday night lights go dark in san francisco as a murder investigation keeps two teams off the field. plus, a police take down under scrutiny. the investigation launched because of this
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is it. >> good morning. it's 63 degrees in the city of san francisco a live look as crews get ready for a planned implosion on the old bay bridge. it's scheduled for 7:00 a.m. this morning according to caltran. now to developing news in san francisco after a tour bus crashed yesterday afternoon. three people who were critically injured are expected to be in surgery today. the out of the control double decker tour bus crashed into several vehicles. it happened on post street and union square. a very busy spot on a friday afternoon. 20 people were hurt. many of them went to san francisco general hospital. five people are in critical condition, including two head injuries. and one with a broken leg. witnesses say the crash was loud and terrifying.
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>> it was a big noise. like i thought the building was falling down. >> it doesn't surprise me. it really scares me when i see one of the buses driving around. and one near where we live. it's scary to see them coming. >> we will look at everything. we will look at any mechanical malfunctions, any dui or alcohol or narcotics as standard operating procedures for investigating collisions. >> police are still investigating what exactly went wrong. >> in sacramento, police are on the lookout for a gunman who shot two high school football players, kill one. five players left grant union high school to grab food hours before playoff game. they were about a mile away from campus when someone in another vehicle opened fire on them. one player died after being hit in the neck. another player was shot in the arm, but is expected to survive. we want to warn you about the next story, the video is quite disturbing, stew almeda sheriff's officers in the mission district are seen
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aggressively detaining a suspect they call did a brutal beating. here's vic lee with more. >> this is not only excessive force, but it's brutality >> the disturbing video was taken early thursday morning. the unidentified man runs from two almeda county sheriff's deputies. one of them yells "stop." the deputies tackles the man as he slows down and begins to turn his head. the deputy begins hitting the suspect with his fist, as the second deputy arrives. he pulls out his baton, repeatedly striking him in the head with great force and then both begin swinging the batons, hitting the man while he lies on the ground. the beating finally stops when police and other deputy sheriffs arrive on the scene. >> i heard loud smacks, smacks, smacks. i thought they were gunshots because they were super loud. >> his apartment is above where the incident occured. the screams woke him up. >> they kept screaming get on
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the ground, pushing him and beating him continuously. >> he rushed to the window. >> he started trying to get up and crawl away while they were beating him. that's when he started sort of screaming like stop, help me, or something of the sort. >> san francisco public defender. >> he's on the ground. they can easily handcuff him but they keep hitting him. >> the chief said it was nothing short of an assault. >> i look forward to hearing the police explain this conduct because as far as i'm concerned it's criminal conduct. >> the almeda county sheriff's office said the suspect stole a car, rammed a sheriffs vehicle and ended up in a chase from san leandro to san francisco where he smashed the car on stevenson street and ran. vic lee, abc7 news. >> a fairfield woman whose young son allegedly stabbed her husband to death is in custody. place arrested him on suspicion of involuntary manslaughter,
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child endangerment and destruction of evidence. s on october 24th she and husband kim aldrich got into a fight. she said her ten-year-old son stabbed him. but she didn't call police until the next morning saying he wouldn't wake up. >> 6:17 is our time. >> excitement is growing in san jose over two mexican soccer teams that will face each other tonight in a stadium. they are both from guadalajara raw. this is video from when they played in fresno back in july. the rivalry goes back to 1916. the mexican-american community is buzzing about the match and people are even flying in from guadalajara to watch it. 18,000 fans will be in attendance. so make sure you prepare for traffic out there. you can also take caltrain to the santa clara station. it's about a ten minute walk from the stadium. gates open at 6:30 p.m. with the match starting at 8:00.
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>> good effort. gets it to curry again and he banks it in! >> you probably heard steph curry and the warriors are on fire. 10-0 and no sign of slowing down. no team has started hotter than the dubs this year. they used anual go rhythm toeing study total points and everything for margin of victory. ed the warriors ranked number one. they even rank ahead of the 1976 bulls who won 76 games that year. the record of most wins in a season to start -- to start the season is 17. >> happening today the kirkwood ski resort is opening one week early thanks to 42 inches of snowfall in the sierra. also opening today or squaw valley, heavenly ski resort and northstar. boreal and alpine mountain is already open. there is a forecast of another
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foot of snowfall tomorrow. we have a list of the openings on our website at we bring in frances dinglasan. she's in for lisa argen this morning. make sure to pack the trains, right? you might need them? and how about the commute through up there? i'm like blank being out right now. blue -- >> blue canyon? >> yeah, blue canyon. i've been there so many times. blue mountain? okay. there you go. >> i just say the sierra. your highway 350 will likely need chains tomorrow. not a good day for traveling but a great day for the snow to accumulate in tahoe and it should be pretty awesome on monday if you can stay late into the work week. here's a look at live doppler 7hd showing us quiet conditions, some clear skies. as you can see, as well from the kgo roof camera looking out toward the bay bridge and the pretty sky right now. just before sunrise. and in san francisco it's 51 degrees. oakland and mountain view at
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44 degrees. san jose is at 42. and morgan hill and half moon bay are currently at 41 degrees. another view. this time from sutro looking toward the financial area. and also the bay bridge you can see a little bit of the east bay hills there. right now we see some chilly numbers in parts of the north bay. santa rosa is only 37. napa is 39, as well as novato. fairfield at 38 degrees. concord is 41 and livermore at 39 degrees. looking toward the bay it brimming. the storm arrives tonight. get ready for the rain b midnight it hits the north bay. it will be heavy at times, mainly in the overnight hours and turning into a few showers lingering throughout the morning. it should be gone by about lunch. but then not going to be pleasant tomorrow because it will be quite blustery and cold. so if you need to do something outdoors, today is the better day to do it. you see the chick band of
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clouds. that will move in. increasing clouds and the cold storm arrives, bringing us heavy rainfall. the forecast animation shows that by midnight is when we start to see it hit ukiah and cloverdale. we will see that lot of cloud cover. then look at 3:00 in the morning. we will see some heavy rain fall. you can see some the darker yellow here at about 3:00 in the morning. just moving all the way from vallejo down to the peninsula coast through san francisco. 7:00 tomorrow morning, some spotty showers in the east bay and on the peninsula. look at by lunchtime, pretty much clear but it will be windy and uncomfortably cool for tomorrow. rainfall amounts about half-inch in most locations by tomorrow night. a little bit more in san francisco. .64 inches and each almost .75-inch in santa rosa. also the snow will start to fall sunday throughout the sierra and look for up to ten inches right now in kirkwood. snow levels dropping down to 4,000 feet which means you will
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probably need chains. if you can avoid driving tomorrow, monday will be better. great skiing conditions or snowboarding conditions but it will be a chilly start monday morning. and temperatures around the bay area will be in the 60s today. look for the rain to arrive late tonight. tomorrow it should be clearing in late morning. some spotty showers, but very blustery conditions and cold tomorrow afternoon. then you've got 60s mild and sunny through the work week. the only thing you need to look out for is a very chilly temperatures during the work week will less cloud cover when you make up in the morning. >> good warning. thank you, frances. coming up next, a great way to get into the holiday spirit by going on a shopping spree. we will be
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>> it's half past the hour on this saturday morning. thanks for joining us, i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a quick look at the forecast. frances dinglasan is in for lisa argen tracking the conditions where you live. hi, frances. >> hello, everyone. rain is on its way, it's coming late tonight. right now we are getting ready for the old bay bridge implosion that chris has been telling us about. it's a chilly start. mostly sunny skies. temperatures in the upper 30s to low 50s. by this afternoon partly cloudy conditions, range of temperatures from upper 50s to near 70 arizona 70 in the warmest spots. if you are heading out to dinner you likely won't need the umbrella. you will need a jacket.
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temperatures cooling down, but the rain hits the north bay closer to midnight and then it will be heavy overnight. i'll let you know how much rain you can expect in your neighborhood for tomorrow with the accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. chris. >> frances, thank you. back to our top story this morning on the terror attacks in paris. here's the latest information. at least 127 people are dead after a devastating day in the city of lights. at least 200 people have been hospitalized. 70 in critical condition. that's after a series of six attacks across the french capital within 30 minutes of each other including shootings, explosions and a hostage situation. we any at least eight terrorists are dead, seven killed when they detonated suicide vests. at least one gunman has been identified. they found a syrian passport on one of the attackers. the eiffel tower will be closed indefinitely following the attacks. the french president blamed isis and called it an act of war.
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isis has claimed responsibility for the attacks and said it was the first of the storm and a warning for those who wished to learn. this is the deadliest violence paris has seen since world war ii. elizabeth her is in new york with the latest details. >> chris, good morning to you. this morning the french president said this was an act of war, and he will be ruthless with his response. >> this morning the french president said isis is behind the attacks that killed at least 127 people. and isis has claimed responsibility for the deadly assaults that rocked paris at 6 different locations. the worst carnage at this concert hall where an american rock band, eagles of death metal was performing when the gunman stormed in, coming face-to-face with concertgoers. >> there was nothing, nothing in the eyes. just anger. he was determined to kill.
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and you know -- he knew how to do it. >> i saw a couple of people wounded. i saw another guy with his wife, basically drenched in blood. >> many held captive and filing out, happened on their heads. telling french tv they heard them screaming. a restaurant also came under fire. >> everyone was on the floor. >> and explosions outside a packed stadium left thousands of spectators, including the french president, stunned. amade the chaos and confusion, there was also a show of patriotism. fans evacuating singing the national anthem. overseas in vienna, secretary of state john kerry said the u.s. will stand with the french people. >> if they have done anything, they have encouraged us today to do even harder work to make progress and to help resolve the
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crises that we face. >> at this time french officials say they are searching for possible accomplices, but so far they are aware of eight attack ers, all killed, and sevendy detonating suicide belts. abc7 news in new york. >> a southern louisiana california band made it out safe when the gunman took over the theater. eagles of death metal performed on "jimmy kimmel live" last month. they were on stage last month in paris during the attack. band members were able to sneak out the back door along with members of the northern california rock group the death topes. the band u-2 was scheduled to play in paris today but that is cancelled their show.
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>> it's attack against all values >> in the hours follow the disaster, facebook turned on their safety check feature. it allows users to notify friends and family they are safe. this is the first time it was activated in a nondisaster area. ceo mark zuckerberg said violence like this has no place in any city or country in the world. the #prayforparis is still trending online this morning. so many people are expressing that sentiment. you can share this to express your support. 6:35 is our time. back at home a woman in pacifica is accused of fraud and theft involving disfully land. abc7 news was at the superior court for jennifer's court appearance yesterday afternoon. the former san jose resident is accused of defrauding more than a dozen people for more than $100,000.
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prosecutors say she posed as an employee of our parent company disney and sold fake disneyland and and disneyworld passes to families in santa clara county. many families traveled there and found out they had no rooms booked and couldn't even get into the park. prosecutors say it didn't stop there. >> she pretended to work for youtube, as well as intel and provided job applications to people where they provided their personal information and she opened credit cards then in their name. the judge set bail at $482,000. she is due back in court next week. >> still ahead on the abc7 saturday morning news. we will check in on a baby being treated at a peninsula hospital. her parents have a message for the entire community. but first here's a live look outside this morning from our exploratorium camera pointed at the bay bridge. frances dinglasan will have your
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full accuweather forecast in in just a few minutes.
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treasure island. good morning, good morning. all systems are still go for this morning's demolition of the largest remaining pier of the old bay bridge that. implosion is set to go at 7:00 this morning. the pier is in between the two barges you see beyond the new span of the bay bridge. and i have to tell you there are a lot of chp marine units on the bay this morning keeping boaters at least 1500 feet away from that demolition site. now the six-second implosion will look something like this animation. all of it taking place underwater at 20 million pounds of concrete is imploded. caltran said a wooden and steel matt placed on top of the pier will keep debris flying on to the new span of the bay bridge. 600 charges of dine night will make it happen. other debris will be contained by a boom around the pier. this morning's demolition could be called off at anytime if
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wildlife is spotted in the area. wildlife monitors will be on hand this morning. >> we just want to be sure as environmental stewards that prior to the blast, the point of blast, that everything is secure and we are absolutely accept that there are none of the mammals or protected species, birds, that could cause a delay are in the area. >> a wildlife observers will be on the bay this morning looking for seals, sea lions or birds. they will use laser pointers and air horns to shoe any animals away if they see them. they will halt traffic on the bay bridge about 15 minutes before the blast. the best view, we are told, is caltrans underwater camera. that camera has been linked to our website. we will be streaming that this morning on live on treasure island, cornell
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barnard, abc7 news. >> thank you, the san francisco veterans film festival gets underway with powerful stories. the documentary "justice denied" is a military rape. one veteran described being raped when he was 18 years and it took him 20 years to get hem. >> get help. 09% of men who don't get help will commit suicide. >> it's not a gender issue or human rights issue. please come forward. we don't want people killing themselves. >> it's by and about veteran shown at the san francisco public library today between noon and 6:00 p.m. the festival is free. kaiser member tal health workers are set to -- mental health workers are set to strike monday. 1400 kaiser clinicians will strike on monday, including the san jose and san francisco medical centers. all kaiser facilities will
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remain open during the strike and will offer the same services as normal. weather-wise, cool temperatures for the start of the day? >> definitely chilly in some spots, even fog in santa rosa. herehere san francisco we clear skies. get ready for the rain. it will be heavy at times overnight. i'll have the details. >> and expectations are high for the cal basketball team with a pair of highly touted freshmen making their debut last night but it was a senior who stole the show against rice. larry beil has the highlights larry beil has the highlights coming up in sports. with a 100% electric nissan leaf... larry beil has the highlights coming up in sports. what will you do? how far will you go? how much will you see? electrify the world. now with a class-leading 107 miles on a charge, the nissan leaf is the best selling electric car in america.
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>> this morning a one-year-old girl with a rare heart denext is undergoing surgery at stanford. >> for this girl from mission viejo, her third open heart surgery in just her early months of life. born prematurely she was diagnosed with severe mitro valve stenosis. her parents have done what they can to give her a chance to live. bringing her here to the children's hospital at stanford where she underwent surgery on wednesday. >> it's nerve-racking because the first 48 hours is crucial for her recovery. >> the surgery to repair her mitro valve was done to avoid full cardiac failure. doctors say she still has a long road ahead and will need live
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long care, but the family said the community support has kept them positive. >> just to see how many people that i have no idea all over the world is just touching and people sharing, sharing tears with us. >> that support was come through social media and abc7 news viewers like you who have contributed to a fund to help paloma with her medical expenses. the other day motel 6 even stepped up to donate housing. >> it's impossible to thank everyone. but we are touched by the support. >> and the family just found out they will be able to move into the ronald mcdonald house this weekend. they will stay there until paloma's release from the hospital. meanwhile they are looking forward to what will hopefully be her next milestone. >> her crawling and walking would be amazing. >> a spirited, strong-willed little girl who will soon have more reasons to smile. >> baby paloma's older sister, penelope, is staying with her grandparents to southern california. she looks forward to getting her entire family together very soon.
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time right now 6:47. rain is head our way but hopefully some sun to enjoy before we have to deal with the rain? >> yeah, you can enjoy the sunshine today. tomorrow afternoon will be sunny but blustery. i will show you the timing of the storm coming up. right now live doppler 7hd showing us some quiet conditions and some clouds developing in parts of the north bay where there's some fog in santa rosa and also fog over concord. as we look from emeryville, twitter mailbag en ka see is traffic still flowing right now in both directions of the bay bridge. but they will shut down traffic shortly as they implode the old part of the bay bridge. right now? san francisco 51 degrees. oakland and mountain view 44 degrees. san jose at 42 degrees. morgan hill 41 and half moon bay cool at 39. from mt. tam you can see mostly clear skies over the bay area, but it is pretty chilly in parts of the north bay. santa rosa visibility is down to about a mile at 37 degrees.
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napa 39. novato only 36 degrees. fairfield 38 and concord at 41 and also cool in livermore at 39. we are looking from sutro toward san francisco and the east bay hills. so get ready for the rain. the storm arrives at midnight. it will be heavy overnight, them turning into a few showers during the morning hours. then look for a blustery and cold sunday afternoon. so here's the radar satellite showing you the thick band of clouds. that's going to move in and will hit us tonight, bringing quite a bit of rainfall. the forecast animation shows that we will just see a lot of clouds. so if you are heading out for dinner this evening you will be okay. you just need a jacket. but midnight we will start to see rain in parts of the north bay like ukiah and cloverdale. then we will see the line of heavy rain hit the bay area around 3:00 a.m. it will start to move south from there. by 7:00 tomorrow morning just spotty showers throughout parts of the east bay and maybe. peninsula coast. check it out, by lunchtime just some cloud cover but then the wind moves in.
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old care coming from the north will make it for a very uncomfortable sunday afternoon. rainfall amounts about half-inch for most everyone. a little higher in the north may where we could see up to three quarter inch in santa rosasa and .4-inch in san jose. now this also means snow in the sierra. it will be tough traveling tomorrow throughout the day. we could see up to a foot of the snow in some locations. ten inches kirkwood and snow levels through blue canyon, three inches. that means chains will probably be needed. expect traveling. and if you can hold off until monday that's a better bet. 65 oakland, 67 in san jose. and overnight lows will be milder with all that rain and cloud cover. upper 40s to low 50s with 53 in san francisco. oakland 51. and san jose at 49 degrees. so here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. mostly sunny this afternoon with temperatures in the 60s.
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you will notice increasing clouds tonight. then heavy rain overnight into sunday morning where we will see some spotty showers linger, possibly until lunch. then a very blustery and chilly afternoon tomorrow. monday and through the work week temperatures will be fairly mild and comfortable during the day but chilly for the morning overnight lows. >> grab the hot coco and maybe some blankets if you are heading out for the games this afternoon. >> yeah, definitely bring a jacket or parkas for this afternoon. you will probably need them through the rest of the week and luckily the timing of the storm will mainly be in the overnight hours. >> good information. thank you. turk to sports, a full slate of college football today. san jose state plays nevada in reno at 1:00 p.m. oregon battles seventh-ranked stanford on the farm. kickoff at 4:30 p.m..
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the cardinals can clinch the pac-12 north with the win. and northern state takes on cal at memorial stadium. 7:30 tonight. college basketball season has arrived. the 14th-ranked golden bears played rice last night. here's larry beil with the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> good morning, everybody. college basketball season is here and hopes are sky high at cal because of two freshmen recruits. the bears ranked 14th in the nation hosting rice in the season opener in berkeley. and head football coach sunny dykes in the house. has a big one in oregon state today. got to see jalin knocks it down. 14 points. tyrone wallace, the senior, led the bears with 20. the catch-and-shoot three. put his team up by 27. the other freshman steller in his debut. nice dish to bird. and he will finish with a double-double. 14 points, 13 boards and one very happy mom. ed cal crushes the owls 97-65. stanford and wisconsin green bay. you know, i always enjoyed the popcorn bucket on my head as a child. it served me well. read travis, physical specimen for stanford.
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with authority! 16 for travis! 6 seconds left in the game. stanford up three. charles cooper. the drive. and they foul him! three-point play. tied at 74. on to o.t. and stanford got the right bounces at the right time. rosco allen gets it to go. he haded 15 and 11 boards. stanford holds on 93-89. the sharks opened a six game road trip in detroit and this is exactly what they needed. after giving up an early goal the sharks go on the attack. carlson is back from injury, and he sticks with it and scores his first of the year. tied up at 1 a piece there. team teal led 2-1 in the second. the shot. little joe, joe pavelski, look at the hand-eye coordination on the redirect and the sharks start the trip 3-2. the thunder from down under will be later tonight in melbourne when ronda rousey and holly holmes square up. ufc 1 the 39. a scuffle at the weigh-in.
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ronda looked very angry. you don't want to make ronda angry. you won't like her when she's angry. that thing could be over in like 30 seconds. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> up next, a winter festival for children where they can celebrate and lace up the skates starting today.
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the east bay. it starts this morning at civic part in walnut creek. it's the seventh season of walnut creek on ice. the ice rink will be open until january 18th. all right. final weather check, frances. >> all right. sunny this afternoon but get ready for the heavy rain. up to half-inch, even more in parts of the north bay. starts about midnight. heaviest rain into sunday morning >> all right. thanks so much for joining us on the abc7 is saturday morning news. we continue with our abc7 news app. here's a live look from our sky 7hd. the implosion is just moments away. one of the piers on the old bay bridge. we are streaming it live on our website. they are about 1500 feet away from the pier and bridge traffic will en halted. we will stay on top of it for
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