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14th. good morning and thanks for waking up with us, i'm chris nguyen. >> here is meteorologist frances dinglasan in for lisa argen this morning. >> good morning. there has been fog up in concord, 43 degrees right now, 51 san francisco, 46 in san jose. so it's a cool start but things will warm up, you will see some sunshine this afternoon with temperatures in the 60s. enjoy the day because the rain is on its way. the forecast animation shows increasing clouds by this evening, you should be safe if you have dinner plans, but check out midnight, we will start toc see rain in the north bay, it
will sweep through the bay area in the overnight hours and we will see some spotty showers linger as well into the early tomorrow morning, windy and blustery conditions by tomorrow afternoon. i will let you know how much rain we will get and also i will talk about sierra snow in my next forecast. now to our top story this morning, the terror attacks in paris. here is the latest information, at least 127 people are dead after a devastating day in the city of light. at least 200 people have been hospitalized, 70 in critical condition. americans are among those who were injured. after a series of six attacks across the french capital within just 30 minutes of each other this includes shootings, explosions and a hostage situation. we know at least eight terrorists are dead, seven killed themselves when they detonated suicide vests. at least one of the gunmen has been identified, french officials found a syrian passport on one of the attackers. the eiffel tower will be closed
indefinitely following the attacks. the french president blames isis and calls it an act of war. isis has claimed responsibility for the attacks and said it was the, quote, first of the storm and a warning to those who wish to learn. abc 7 news spoke with the man who witnessed the terror, he has friends in san francisco and told us he was not able to leave his house in paris because the army had set up outside his door. he lives less than a block away from one of the six sites attacked yesterday. the man told us he was walking home with friends when they stumbled upon a grizzly scene. >> when we arrived at the corner of the street everybody was just dead, laying in blood, just neighbors started bringing blankets and covering the bodies on the street. >> of course, we will have a report on the attack, an update on the attacks coming up. now, this is the deadliest violence that paris has seen since world war ii. abc news reporter elizabeth hur
is in new york with the developing details for us. >> reporter: 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 assault that rocked paris at six different locations. the worst carnage, at this concert hall where an american rock bald eagles of death metal was performing when the gunmen stormed in, coming face-to-face with concert goers. >> they were nothing, nothing in the eyes, just anger. it was determined to kill and they knew how to do it. >> i saw a couple of people wounded, i saw this other guy with his wife's shirt drenched in blood. >> reporter: many held captive, later filing out, hands on their head, telling french tv they heard the attackers screaming
allahu akbar. a crowded restaurant also came under fire. >> everyone was stunned and frozen on the floor. >> reporter: and explosions outside a packed stadium left thousands of spectators including the french president stunned, amid 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 says 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 crises that we face. >> reporter: meanwhile, in an audio message posted online isis claims france remains its main target and this was, quote, only v"=,.uee beginning of the storm. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. paris is often called the
city of light but much of the city went dark last night. the lights on the eiffel tower were turned off to honor the dozens of people killed and, again, that monument will be closed indefinitely following the attacks. in new york city the top of the new world trade center was lit in blue, white and red last night, the colors of the french flag. the freedom tower will remain lit in those colors in the days to come to honor the victims. san francisco is one of paris' sister cities, city hall was also lit up last night in the colors of the french flag. people were touched by the gesture even though the colors were initially displayed in the wrong order. a vigil will be held tonight at the french consulate in san francisco, it will begin at 5:00 p.m. people trade tribute there last night, many who showed up were french natives who are suffering deep pain. this has been a year of terror for france. in january 11 people were killed at the paris offices of charlie hebdo magazine. in august three americans
thwarted an attack on a paris bound train. one man was visited from paris. >> very sad. very sad for my sun trcountry a not with my friends and family and i feel sorry to be very far away. >> i was at home. in a way i was so glad i wasn't, but i wish i was home to be near my family and my friends. in a way i'm really glad i'm here because i've got a baby. >> a french consulate employee tells us a gathering for the charlie hebdo attacks in january forced them to a part of the street, he expects they will have to do the same for the vigil that is planned for later today. no flights are affected between paris and sfo. we spoke with a grad kwat student from san ramone who plans to take a group of international students to france next week, she is very worried. >> i'm nervous because it doesn't sound safe to go, especially with students from all over the world.
>> again, none of the nights from san francisco to paris have been canceled 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 the san francisco police department says it is maintaining high visibility throughout the area. sales for ceo mark beneof is making a plea to his employees in paris. he tweeted 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. sales force is headquartered in san francisco. still no word yet from san francisco based airbnb about the status of its conference under way right now in paris. the company posted its video of its event called airbnb open just hours before the attack. some 6,000 people are i attending that conference it's being held about two miles away 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 ahold of their loved ones, it's 1-888-407-4747. be sure to stay with abc 7 news for the very latest on the terror attacks in paris. we will have updates throughout the morning right here on abc 7 news. you can always get the latest breaking news by following us on twitter @abc7newsbayarea. happening now, a busy stretch of van ness avenue in san francisco is closed this weekend. the three-day closure which started yesterday allows for continuing work on an underground pedestrian tunnel. this is video from sky 7 hd of the project, the stretch that's being closed is between post and geary. it is scheduled to reopen tomorrow night at 11:59 p.m. 8:08 is our time and frances joins us now. rain is on the way. >> it is on the way, you will definitely need your jackets today. now, the timing of the rain might be more in the overnight
hours. i will let you know when you will need to have your umbrellas handy as well. look at the beautiful view, clear skies from emeryville. also ahead, friday night lights go stark in sacramento as a murder investigation keeps two teams off the field. plus a police takedown under scrutiny, the investigation launched because of this video. with a 100% electric nissan 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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welcome back, everyone. a live look from the golden gate bridge. the sun is out, there's a slight breeze in the air. when can we expect some rain? frances returns in a little bit to break down the full accuweather forecast. 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 control double decker tour bus crashed into several vehicles. it happened on post street in union square, a busy spot on a friday afternoon. 20 people were hurt, many 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. >> 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 these buses driving around and near fisherman's wharf. it's scary to see them coming. >> we will look at everything. we will look at any mechanical malfunctions, we will look at any dui or alcohol or narcotics as standard operating procedures go as far as collisions. >> police are investigating what exactly went down. in sacramento police are on the lookout for a gunman who shot two high school football players killing one. two players left to grab food hours before a playoff game. they were 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 expected to survive. a warning with our next story, the video is quite disturbing, two alameda sheriff's deputies in the mission district are seen
aggressively restraining a individual. a witness and public defenders office called it a brutal beating. here is vic lee with more. >> this is not only excessive force but it's brutality. >> reporter: the disturbing video was taken early thursday morning, the unidentified man runs from two alameda county sheriff's deputies, one of them yells stock, the deputy stack taxless the man as he slows down and begins to turn his head, the deputy begins hitting the sur spect with his fist as the second deputy arrives, he pulls out his baton repeatedly striking him in the head with great force, then both begin swinging their baton, hitting the man as he lies on the ground, the beating finally stops when police and other deputy sheriffs arrive on the scene. >> i heard just loud smack, smack, smack. i just like gutturally thought they were gunshots because they were loud. >> reporter: this apartment is above where the incident
occurred. the screams of woke him up. he rushed to the window. >> he started trying to get up and crawl away while they were beating him. that's when he started screaming stop, help me or something of the sort. >> reporter: san francisco public defender jeff adache. >> he is on the ground, they can easily handcuff him but they keep hitting him. >> reporter: chief attorney matt gonzalez said it was nothing short of an assault. >> i look forward to the police explaining this conduct, as far as i'm concerned it's criminal conduct. >> reporter: the alameda county sheriff's office says the suspect stole a car, rammed the sheriffs vehicle and ended up in a chase from san leandro to san francisco where he smashed a car on stevenson street and ran. a fairfield woman whose young won allegedly stabbed her husband to death is now in custody. police arrested chris is a ald rich yesterday morning on suspension of involuntary man
splauter, child endangerment and destruction of evidence. on october 24th she and her husband got into a fight, police say her ten-year-old son stabbed him, however, she did not call police until 6:00 the next morning saying he wouldn't wake up. 8:16 is our time. the largest support pier of the old eastern span of the bay bridge was imploded just over an hour ago. this is a live look at the bridge right now. abc 7 news corner cornell bernard joins us live from tez treasure island with details of today's explosion. >> reporter: it was quite a boom from our vantage point. caltrans said the explosion went according to plan. about 7:15 this morning the old pier is now gone. it was pretty dramatic. take a look. the implosion lasted about five seconds, 20 million pounds of concrete was demolished with
about 600 charges of dynamite. the debris contained by a cap on top and the size of the pier which extended down about 50 feet under the water. folks who came out today say they were a bit disappointed, but caltrans says all went according to plan. >> as we know right now there is sonar that will tell us a lot more, give us additional data. what we really can assess, but right now from what we have seen and what we can tell from right here very near, it went as planned. >> what did you think? >> it was very, very disappointing. we stayed up all night and we came out here and we were expecting a lwhole lot who are and we got a dud. >> reporter: some folks tell us they were expect gs the inspire span would be demolished. caltrans says it has a lot of data to review but at this point the implosion was successful.
traffic was halted before and after the blast. traffic is now reopened on the bay bridge. live on treasure island, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. cornell, thank you. in san jose excitement is building over two mexican soccer teams who will face each other tonight at the stadium. they are both from guadalajara and their rivalry is known as el classic co topiteo. this is video from when they plays in fresno in july. the mexican american community is buzzing about the match and people are flying in from guadalajara to watch it. 18,000 fans will be in attendance tonight to make sure you prepare for traffic. you can take caltrain to the santa clara station. gates open at 6:30 p.m. with the match starting at 8:00. good effort. banged into curry again and he banked it in. >> you have probably heard steph
curry and the warriors are on fire. 10-0 and showing no signs of slowing down. a new report from espn 538 sports says no team has ever started an nba season hotter than the dubs this year. the warriors ranked number one, they even ranged ahead of the 1996 bulls who won 72 games, the record for most wins to start a season is 15. tonight the warriors are up against the brooklyn nets at 7:30 at oracle arena. happening today the kirkwood ski resort is opening one week early thanks to 42 inches of snowfall in the sierra. also opening today squaw valley, heavenly ski resort and north star. bore y'all, mount rose, mammoth and alpine meadows are already open. the forecasts are calling for up to another foot of snowfall tomorrow. we have a full list of the ski resorts and their opening on our website, abc7news.com. as we bring in our meteorologist frances dinglasan
you are in for lisa this morning. definitely a gi reminder to pack the chains. >> you will definitely need them on i-80 or highway 50. if you can avoid traveling to and from the sierra sunday that may be your best bet. if you are pack a lot of patients. quiet conditions right now over the bay area as we took from edge ri vil out towards the bay bridge. you see clear skies out there. we had chilly numbers this morning, but temperatures are climbing up right now. in san francisco it's 52 degrees, oakland 47 degrees, mountain view 48 degrees and san jose is currently at 46 degrees. also as we look from mt. tam you're looking towards the bay, a little hazy, we did have fog in sports, still foggy in dock cord at 43 degrees and also a lot of low 40s in santa rosa and also novato. fairfield and in liver moore. this time as we look from the east bay hills out towards bay
bridge you can see some clear sky out there, but get ready, there is a storm coming a cold one arriving at midnight. the heaviest rain will be during the overnight hours, we will see a few showers linger by tomorrow morning, by the afternoon sunshine but it will be blustery and uncomfortable and also feeling very cold for sunday. here is a look at the radar satellite image. we have this band of thick clouds, that's going to slide south so we will see increasing clouds tonight, the cold storm arrives overnight. in fact, i will show you by midnight we're still pretty much in the clear. for those of you heading to the game you don't need your umbrella, just a jacket. midnight maybe 0.01 of an inch in sanity rosa. the brunt will fall between 1:00 and 4:00 a.m. that's where we will see about a half an inch in san francisco, 0.4 of an inch in oakland. more showers left over and in general most everyone getting a half an inch, of course more at
santa rosa and san jose .4 of an inch. the snow forecast. they will be getting snow in the sierra. 10 inches in kirkwood, the snow level will be dropping down to 4,000 feet, you will likely need chains. blue canyon getting 3 inches. if you have to drive to and from tahoe today is a good day, tomorrow is going to be tough for traveling, monday will be great for skiing or snow boarding with all the fresh day and also a safer day to travel. highs today will be in the 60s, 62 san francisco, oakland 65, san jose 67. enjoy the sunshine and fairly pleasant weather today. tonight we will start to school down, cal game 7:30 tours in the low 50s. of course, we have that rain moving in overnight, lows tomorrow will be in the upper 40s to low 50s with all that cloud cover. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast and still we've got a pretty nice saturday
ahead of us, the rain will be coming in late tonight, so for the most part you don't need your umbrella at all today, just a thick jacket this evening. then blustery for tomorrow afternoon, after that heavy rainfall moves through the morning hours. now, monday through friday the workweek will be mild and dry, sunny conditions for everybody, but with those clear skies overnight we will see some very chilly numbers during the morning hours. you can see what's showing up on live doppler 7 hd anytime with the abc 7 news app. it's free on apple's app store or google play. >> keep those jackets handy. >> yes, definitely. >> thank you. coming up next, a great way to get into the holiday spirit by going on
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it's half past the hour on this saturday morning. thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's starts with a cribbing look at the forecast, here is meetiest frances dinglasan in for lisa argen tracking the conditions where you live. >> lisa will be in this evening. here is a look from the explore i can't for yum up towards the bay bridge. earlier we were in the 30s but for the most part we are in the low 40s to near 50. mostly sunny conditions this afternoon. partly cloudy with temperatures in the upper 50s to near 70 and then this evening things will start to cool down. now, the rain moves in, but most of it will not start until midnight, the heaviest will be overnight, so i will let you know how much you can expect in your neighborhood and how long the rain will last, plus what you can expect with this sierra snow. chris.
>> thank you. back to our top story in morning on the terror attacks in paris. here is the latest information. at least 127 people are dead after a devastating day in the city of light. at least 200 people have been hospitalized, 70 in critical condition. americans are among those who are injured. a series of six attacks were orchestrated across paris within just a half an hour of each other including shootings, explosions and a hostage situation. at least eight terrorists are dead, seven killed themselves when they detonated suicide vests, at least one of the gunmen has been side if i had, french officials found a syrian passport on one of the attackers. the eiffel tower will be closed indefinitely following the attacks. the french president blaming isis and calling it an act of war. isis has claimed responsibility and said it was the, quote, first of the storm and a levin for those who wish to learn. >> reporter: terrified fans fleeing the bataclan concert
hall, bystanders rushing to help the badly injured, carrying some by their arms and legs, others hanging from windows. the most devastating of the night's six nearly simultaneous assaults. a small venue in one of the most popular parts of the city. inside a reportedly sold out crowd who came to see the american rock band eagles of death metal. the drummer's brother saying the band was only six songs into their set when gunfire erupted. >> it was so loud, louder than the band, they all hit the stage floor and as they got up to try to evacuate they saw men with machine guns just shooting anything and everything. >> reporter: shortly before 9:00 p.m. four heavily armed gunmen all dressed in black opening fire outside the venue shooting at random. >> people were running away. >> reporter: minutes later they stormed the theater. firing their ak-47s nonstop for
a period of 10 to 15 minutes stopping only to reload their weapons. inside others finding places to hide. witnesses report hearing the gunmen shout allahu akbar. police say more than 100 trapped as hostages for three hours, shortly after midnight armed officers storming the concert hall, amid the incredible lols of life rescuers helping 40 people to safety, the four attackers among the dead inside the theater, three of them killed by their own suicide belts. terrorists also targeted france's packed national stadium, three observation ploegss i think aring out during a france/germany soccer match. >> the crowd started moving, everyone started panicking, it was impossible to leave. >> reporter: like the other targets across the city not a state building or popular iconic tourist attract, instead neighborhood spots, bars and restaurants, this one a cambodian restaurant, next door
a bar popular with students and visitors. casual friday evenings, people enjoying nights with family and friends turning to what would become a horrific scene. >> i realized she wasn't breathing, it was really awful. really awful. >> a southern california band made it out safe when the gunmen took over the theater. eagles of death metal performed on jimmy kimmel live last month. they were on stage last night. band members were able to sneak out the back door along wither members of the northern california band death tones. the bands u 2 was stead skuld to play but canceled their show. >> these horrific acts have claimed the lives of too many people and we agree with president obama's statement that
this horrific attack is an attack against all humanity and our universal values. >> the nations largest muslim and civil rieghts group. >> facebook turned on the safety feature. this was the first time it was activated in a nondisaster zone. ceo mark zuckerberg says violence like this has no place in any city or country around the world. the #pray for paris a trending online, so many people are expressing that sentiment this morning. we posted this damage at facebook.com/abc 7 news. you can share to express your m support. a woman in pacifica is accused of fraud and theft moving disneyland. jennifer cardema's court appearing yesterday afternoon, she is accused of dee fraugd more than a dozen people for
more than $100,000. prosecutors say she posed as an employee of disney and sold fake passes to families in santa clara county. many families traveled there and found out they had no hotels booked and couldn't even get in the book. >> she pretended to work for youtube as well for intel and provided job applications to individuals where they provided their personal identifying information and then she subsequently opened credit cards in their name. >> the judge sent her bail at $482,000. she is due back in court next week. the largest support pier of the old eastern span of the bay bridge was imploded just over an hour ago. cornell bernard was there for it. he joins us live from treasure island with the details. >> reporter: we were told not to expect to see anything on the surface of the bay, but it it was quite a boom?fvt and quite sight from our vantage point in
morning. caltrans said the implosion bend according to plan. the old pier cap is now gone. at the explosion, pretty dramatic. take a look. the implosion lasted about five to six seconds at 20 million pounds of concrete was demolished with about 600 charges of dynamite. the debris was contained by a cap on sod top and sides of the pier which expend e. tended down about 50 feet under the water. caltrans said at this point all went according to plan. >> as we know right now there is sonar that will tell us a lot more, give us additional data. what we really can assess but right now from what we have seen and what we can tell from right here very clear, it went as planned. >> here is a view from four different cameras including sky 7 hd of the implosion. some folks we talked to that were on treasure island were
expecteding the entire whole span would be demolished. not so. caltrans says it has a lot of data to review but at this point the implosion was successful. traffic was halted before and after the blast, the bay bridge has now reopened to traffic this morning. cornell bernard, abc 7 news. still ahead on the abc 7 saturday morning news, we will update you on a special girl being treated as a peninsula hospital. the message her parents have for the entire community. first, here is a live look outside from our kgo roof camera this morning pointed at the bay bridge. you can see that the sun is trying to peek through. frances dinglasan will have your full accuweather forecast in just a few minutes.
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>> baby paloma's older sister is staying with her grandparents in northern california. time for weather. frances, we will get a chance to enjoy the sun for a little bit. >> the rain is on its way. live doppler 7 hd showing us conditions over the bay area. we did have fog reported in concord and earlier there was fog in santa rosa as well but that has cleared as we look from emeryville out towards the bay bridge you see it's quite clear out there. san francisco currently at 52 degrees and in oakland mountain view and san jose between 46 to 57 degrees. half-moon bay already warming up to 52 degrees. from mt. tam cam we're looking towards the bay. you see hazy conditions right over the bay right now, most temperatures in the 40s through santa rosa, napa, novato, fairfield at 40, concord and livermore also in the low 40s. this time from the east bay hills camera we're looking out
west towards the bay bridge and the bay. the storm arrives tonight close to midnight actually. then the rain will be heavy at times overnight, a few showers continue into tomorrow morning, then sunday afternoon will be blustery and uncomfortably cold. if you have to do anything outdoors today would be a better day to do it. a thick band of clouds will slide south and this cold storm sweeps through the bay area overnight. i will let you know when you can expect the heavy rain. by midnight tonight all of us should be safe, but a lot of increasing clouds and this en we start to see rain up in cloverdale. the heart of the storm will sweep through in the overnight hours. by 3:00 in the morning we will see some heavy rain as we head through vallejo, san francisco and parts of the pens lae coast. by 7:00 tomorrow morning just some leftover showers throughout the bay area. by lunchtime clouds linger, the
winds pick up in the afternoon, 30 miles per hour winds and it will feel really cold tomorrow afternoon. rainfall amounts most of it, again, falling before 4:00 to 5:00 in the morning and areas most of them getting about half an inch, a little more in santa ro rosa, three-quarters of an inch and less in livermore and sj, we have about four tenths of an inch. this means a lot of snow in the sierras. there is a winter weather advisory in effect throughout sunday. we can see up to a foot of snow in the higher elevations. 10 inches in kirk booed wood, 3 inches in blue canyocanyon. highs today planes in the 60s, 62 san francisco, 65 oakland, 67 san jose. also be a little extra vigilant if heading to the coach, there is a beach hazard statement through this yaer yoon, large curve, speak sneaker waves and
rip currents. enjoy the sunshine, get ready for the rain coming in at midnight, heavy overnight into tomorrow morning and tomorrow it will be cold and blustery, but through the rest of the workweek temperatures will be in the 60s and mild, the only thing you need to look out for is a krilly start with cold overnight lows. >> we need the rain. >> we can use it of course. >> stay safe out there. thank you. turning to sports now a full slate of college football today, san jose state plays nevada at 1:00 p.m., oregon battles stanford down on the farm, the cardinal can clench the pack 12 north with a win. and oregon state takes on cal at memorial stadium. kick off at 7:30. college basketball stadium has arrived. the golden bears plays rice last night. here is larry biel with the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> good morning.
college basketball season is here and hopes are sky high at cal because of two freshman recruits, the bears ranked 14th in the nation hosting rice and the head football coach in the house, big one with oregon state today. got to see the debut of jalen brown, no, to down 14 points. tyrone wallace led the bears with 20, put his team up by 27. cal's other freshman ivan rabb stellar in his debut. rabb would have finished with a double double in his debut. cal crushes the owls 97-65. stanford and wisconsin green way, i always enjoyed the popcorn bucket on my head as a child. reed travis a physical specimen for accident forward, 16 for travis. six seconds left in the at the same time, charles cooper, the drive and they foul him, three-point played on to ot and
stanford got the right bounces at the right time. roscoe allen gets it to go, he had 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, it's carlson back from injury and he scores his first of the year, tying it up at one apiece there. ever paul martin's shot deflected by the captain, little joe, hand eye coordination right there on the redirect and the sharks get a win to start this trip 3-2. the thunder from down under will be later tonight in melbourne when ronda rousey and holly holmes square off. both ladies undefeated. scuffle at the weigh in. ron da looked very angry. you don't want to make rhonda 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.
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to $15 million. celebrating the opening of the children's winter festival in the east bay, the festival starts at 11:00 this morning at civic pa, in walnut creek. this is the 11th season of walnut skreek on ice. this year's entertainment includes skating performances, a magic associate and face painting. maybe brings some mittens. >> yes, mittens and scarves and a jacket. the rain is on its way, but you won't need your umbrella today or tonight, in fact, you will just need a jacket because it's pretty cool out there. a lot of temperatures in the 40s, only 40 in fairfield right now. highs today will be in the 60s with sunshine. enjoy the sunshine while you can because the rain will move in overnight, it will be heavy into the early morning hours. overnight lows will be in the 40s and 50s. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. we've got a pretty nice day ahead of us, the rain comes in close to midnight starting in
the north bay spreading through the bay area overnight and some spotty showers into tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon not only is it the coolest day of the week it's also blustery, it will feel like winter and mild for the rest of the workweek. thanks for joining us on the abc 7 morning news. college football is next with big 10 action at 9:00 a.m. third ranked ohio state traveled to champaign to make on illinois. michigan is in bloomington to play indiana. that will be followed by abc 7 nusz at 4:00 p.m. then larry biel and mike shumann at 8:30 p.m. george stephanopoulos will be the latest about the paris attacks during halftime including a raid happening right now in belgium in relation to the paris attacks. this news continues online, on twitter and facebook and all of your mobile devices with our abc