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>> good morning, everyong. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this super bowl sunday february 7th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hey carolyn. we are looking at the storm track well to the north. live doppler 7hd shows the cloud cover not anywhere near california so we are clear. but we aren't as cool as we've been. since yesterday, the past couple mornings, we have 40s and low 50s in san francisco. 43 morgan hill. 48 in half moon bay and upper elevation winds are pretty gusty. a gorgeous shot from the exploratorium cam way pier 15 vantage point. numbers ranging from the upper 30s. dropping a few degrees before sunrise from napa to novato.
the sun comes up after 7:00 so we will be cool in the morning hours and then for the afternoon it's nothing but sun. the temperatures really get cranking. by noontime low to mid-60s from the bay to the inland valleys. near that at the coast and low to mid-70s for temperatures about 10 degrees above average. we will talk about the super bowl and the week ahead coming up. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. we begin with developing news out of san francisco where an intersection has just reopened this morning following a triple fatality. three people dead following a police chase. it was near bran nonand ninth streets. friends of the victims tell abc7 news they were heading home from the nfl experience celebrating the super bowl. police responded to the report of a car doing donuts in the intersection about 9:30 last night. when chp officers arrived they began a chase, but ended it because of danger to pedestrian.
the victim's car ran several red lights and hitting a taxi and bursting into flames. >> the car was on fire. there was a body under a tarp on the side. it hit a taxi car and that taxi cabdriver was on a stretcher and they were putting out the fire in the car. >> two of the victims burned to death. the other was ejected. >> this is super bowl sunday. finally almost all the parties and concerts are over. all that's left is a massive cleanup and a chance to enjoy some football. this is a live look at super bowl city from our visa everywhere camera. everything is going to be open again today in terms of the super bowl city burks it is expected to draw a much smaller crowd than yesterday. abc7 news reporter tiffany wilson joins us live outside super bowl city with the details. good morning tiffany. >> hey good morning to you
carolyn. i never thought i would be on the field on super bowl sunday! and i guess this isn't quite "the field" everyone is going to be talking about but it's still spectacular to be here inside super bowl city. you are right, you have one more chance to check it out today. but i think a lot of people are going to be talking about what happened last night in the big send-off performance by alicia keys. it was a packed house. so packed, in fact police had to shut down super bowl city hours before her first show. people lined up about ten hours early to hear her sing, and police shut down access to super bowl city around 5:30. they then had to close off the northbound lanes of the embarcadero as thousands of additional people lined the streets. the crowd was about hainly behaved burks police say that multiple children got separated from their families in the chaos. fortunately all were reunited. still, it was disappointing for fans who arrived about 4:30
5:00 in the afternoon. five hours before alicia keys sang and still got turned away. >> we got here about 4:30 5:00, and it was chaotic. there was no room to walk. we went straight to the line and we were turned down. >> people in the audience outside super bowl city said the sound was a little bit muff felled, but they are glad toe got to he joy the show. there's one last concert to check out after the super bowl tonight. that will be with rapper t. i. and he is performing at 10:15 fullsome. doors open at 9:00 temperature. it's quiet inside super bowl city this morning but i'm sure it is going to get ramped up a little later on. live in super bowl city, tiffany wilson, abc7 news. >> thanks, tiffany.
the crazy crowds made for a hectic scene yesterday. a golf cart slamming into a food truck in super bowl city. a super bowl volunteer was hurt. no word on his condition. many fans picked up their super bowl tickets yesterday. many fans picked up their soup goal tickets yesterday. abc7 news was at great america in santa clara where stubhub has turned an amusement park into a fanfare. a few tickets are still available. the lowest price is nearly $2900. the hottest ticket in town last night was the warriors game against the thunder. a-list celebrities in town for the super bowl were sitting courtside. super bowl halftime reporter beyoncé and husband jay-z enjoying the game. former 49ers head coach jim harbaugh brought his daughter. he said he's looking forward to going back to review's stadium to watch the super bowl. >> it will being great!
>> the warriors president said they have not seen this kind of demand since the nba finals. all that extra attention did not shake the dubs. they won their 41st straight regular season home game. that's the second longest regular season home winning streak in nba his industry. mike shumann will have the highlights later in sports. a look at some of the celebs in town for the super bowl. this photo with football legend brett favre. miss universe is here, and she took quite a nice picture with the golden gate bridge in the background. actor and musician jamie foxx and actor cuba junior were at the nfl experience yesterday. actress melissa romano was at union square and alicia keys took a boat trip when she got into town before her free concert last night at super^bowl city. you can see members of raider nation showing their pride inside the nfl experience at moscone center.
today is the final day of the n. fl experience. it's open until 10:00 this morning until 2:00 this afternoon. abc news was at the civic san francisco when the bay area voted two bay area football legends into the hall of fame. ken "the snake" stabler was voted in along with beloved 49ers owner eddie debartolo. last night the rich and famous gathered to raise money for important bay area causes. abc7 news reporter katie was there. >> party hopping from san francisco to the south bay. >> it can be done if you don't want to sleep. >> it's part of super bowl 50. but as joe montana said, throwing the focus to charity is important. >> for them to decide to start giving back it's a great idea.
it's ridiculous how much we spend and how much we make. so just happy about it. >> the big game, big-gift fundraiser is an annual event. last year hosted by all-star matt williams and his wife erica. >> this is one of the most amazing parties i ever set my eyes on. it's so incredible. and it's all for a great cause. >> they raised more than $1 million. this year they hope to beat the record with mc jay leno. >> thank you! we will raise a lot of money. >> and an auction they can't pass up. >> i remember the catch. i remember that game beautifully. >> there may be a red carpet but bay area native and musician michael, embodies c. cool, going barefoot. >> i can't be more excited the super bowl is finally here and i can't be more depressed we had such a bad season with the 49ers. >> it's a game, it's a party the.
and demarco murray said it's important to keep life in perspective and give back. >> perhaps you realize what is important to family and people and lives. i'm a big fan. this is my first time and hopefully not my last. >> the real stars california sea lions. in the south bay katie abc7 news. >> it's a game a party and the weather is perfect. >> it is. temperatures dropping another degree or two in our inland valleys before the sun comes up. but we are gaining a degree here in san francisco. it's 51 electric degrees. temperatures about 10 degrees above arranged to, putting us well above to some numbers we don't expect for february. but records they aren't far off for the next couple of days. we will detail that next. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead for many, you know it's all about the halftime show. the turning point that brought big headlinessers like cold play to the super bowl stage. >> super bowl 50 is finally here. i'm brandi hitt outside side
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>> everything is set and ready to go for super bowl 50. the most watched sporting he other vent of the year will be beamed all over the planet as the panthers and the broncos battle for supremacy on 100 yards of levi's stadium turf. brandi hitt is at levi's stadium joining us live with the latest. good morning brandi. >> good morning, carolyn. what an exciting week to be here
in the bay area. super bowl sunday is finally here and we are starting to get a little low on the tailgating food. we are up early and having a good time with media from around the world. and after a very busy week of practices and press, both teams say they are fit, fired up, and ready to face-off. >> super bowl 50 is finally here. >> go broncos! >> excitement building for the ultimate showdown between the denver broncos and carolina panthers. at 39, peyton manning is one of the best quarterbacks of all-time. a super bowl champ uncertain if tonight's game will be his last. >> i catch myself being a little more emotional at times. >> >> manning and the tough broncos defense take on the undefeated panthers led by 26-year-old cam newton. >> i plan on this being the marquee win we need as a franchise. >> off the field, all eyes are on the massive security presence on the ground and in the air. >> the fbi is unaware of any credible threats specifically
targeting super bowl 50. >> and with 189 million americans expected to tune in, those famous super bowl ads are also competing for attention. >> are you look for these? >> along with cold play and special guest beyoncé and bruno mars headlining the halftime show. >> the biggest honor, the biggest privilege so they put their life and soul into it. the same feeling felt by the players on the field tonight hoping to win super bowl 50. >> it's going to be a good game. if you can't be one of the lucky ones to have a ticket for tonight's super bowl, maybe you are one of the 70 million americans who will be enjoying it at a super bowl party. you know the commercials everyone loves to watch? well, it cost up to $5 million just to secure a 30 second spot. a lot of dough, but a lot of eyes watching. abc7 news. carolyn. >> brandi, do you know who the
ticket price are right now if you want to go at the last minute? now expensive they are? >> yeah. you've got to have a lot of money. they just turned on the lights, if you can see over my shoulders. the noses bleed seats, the ones really high up the cheapest tickets are going for almost $2800. earlier this week we saw a lot of those nose bleed seats going for $3800 or $4,000. if you are on the 50-yard line, you are probably spending 25 grand a ticket. unbelievable. pretty expensive stuff but for a lot who are super huge fans it's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and be they are lig to dish it out. >> and it's a legendary game being super bowl 50. thank you, brandi. potato chips, hot dogs, even new tv's americans will spend big this super bowl sunday. and retailers believe millennial, those between 25 and 34, will spend the most of any
group. they figure the average american will spend 82 bucks on the game. >> super bowl halftime shows seem to always try to out-do the one before. it wasn't all the case. we have more on what one year in particular seemed to be the turning point. >> before beyoncé there was boitano. 24 years ago, brian boitano the bay area gold medalist was a super bowl headliner. >> it's winter ma'amic! >> in 1992 super bowl 26 in minneapolis featured a winter eolympics team. brian boitano and dorothy hamel skated on platforms topped with fake ice, glycerin-sprayed halftime. >> and my friends didn't know. i said it's the super bowl halftime show, and they said really? then they looked it up and said
this is hilarious. >> and the moment they had an entertainment change. heart. the year after this happened, we got this. >> super bowl 27, michael jackson. >> wow. that's a big leap. >> that's a big leap up. >> the nfl hasn't looked back since. when you see those big names at super bowl 50, you know who to thank. >> and it's because of you brian boitano, that we got beyoncé. >> it's awesome. i will take credit for that. it was in the master plan. >> he doesn't have the heart to watch his own halftime show, but he still remembers his lines. >> hi everybody. i'm brian boitano and i'm dorothy hamel. come on and feel the cold. it's winter magic! ♪ come feel the cold ♪ >> abc7 news. >> from that to what we have now. what a leap, as they said. >> yes. and we are looking at temperatures getting even
warmer. steadily warming day-to-day. it looks pretty nice out there. where we are going to just jump right into it as soon as i can reset the computer. i'm walking over here. but as we take a look at live doppler 7hd, we have a huge dome of high pressure that is deflecting the storm track to the north. that's allowing for the ridge to build. in fact the opposite. the ridge build pushes the storm track to the north and it will stay with us centered over the bay area tomorrow, perhaps for some records. 45 in san jose and oakland. good morning san francisco. low 40s for morgan hill. typically a cool spot and warmer today than yesterday at half moon bay. we will have some very warm temperatures at the coast. here's a look from our exploratorium camera, peer 15 where numbers are dropping in the inland valleys. just a little fog in napa at 38 degrees. 42 santa rosa. good morning concord. low 40s for you and 49 in livermore. as the numbers come up a little later today, it's an
indication -- this morning i should say -- that the afternoon highs will be warmer as well. records are possible tomorrow and tuesday as the ridge gets centered over the bay area. it's going to be slow to give way. and that's going to allow for temperatures to stay above average right through the end of the week. although we will steadily cool from about midweek on. unfortunately the outlook doesn't so the possibility of rain nch medical group back anytime soon. still looking at dangerous surf with the rip currents, lake breakers from sonoma to monterey. but temperatures are going to be flirting with 80 down here. and in the 80s in southern california. so yeah, what month is it? temperatures near 50 in the northern sierra. low 60s in yosemite. it's going to get warmer and warmer. the ridge not expected to peak until about tuesday in the sierra nevada. question will gain another 5 to 10 degrees in the mountain for some snowmelt. unfortunately mother nature not helping out in that did the. but the snow machines will be
working. 69 monterey. we take a look from the east bay hills camera. it's nice and clear. i want to give an indication how warm it will be tomorrow tuesday and even wednesday when the cooling gets going. in san francisco, wouldn't be surprise today see some 70s and the on shore push allowing for the cool down on wednesday. in the south bay, upper 70s. and really all over the bay it's going to be very spring-like. some of the cooler numbers in our inland east bay but very enjoyable out there. if you are headed to super bowl city, it looks very mild with low 60s 11:00, upper 60s at 2:00. and even by the evening hours legal 60s at sun setting and after 5:00 and 10:00 we are in the 50s. down in santa clara it should be just as warm as it be for the next couple of days. today with the low 70s. 70 oakland and concord and fremont. so looks like we aren't going to see any cooling here until after wednesday.
so it should be a warm afternoon. the accuweather seven-day forecast, yeah, you have to do a double take here. it's february. no rain. we have sunshine. 70s all the way through thursday. and then with increasing clouds friday and saturday we still don't each cool down that much. we have taken the rain chance out that we were hoping for around valentine's day. >> i was going to say do you want to look toward valentine's day? >> it looks dry and pleasant. >> thank you lisa. up next bieber fever heads to the bay area. the pop star's trip around san francisco. >> this is our abc7 news 360 camera. gives you a press pass to all super bowl 50 events all weekend long. take a look at this. folks lining up all around super bowl city in san francisco the and even you can manipulate this video from your phone and tablet right in your hand. of course, we will be updating the images and video all weekend long
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field and in the lab. >> reporter: it's the closest you can get to the field without being on the field. video recorded during stanford's regular football practice inh3 virtual reality. it's called strivr sports training in vr. >> this was my master thesis while a grad student at stanford and also on the football team. simulators before, but they all used animated graphics. >> if that receiver, lineman doesn't move like a real person in the real world, it's not going to work. from a to go native standpoint. >> for the split-second decisions the quarterback makes. stanford research suggested real video would work better. seems it was right. >> coach shaw sat me down the end of the season in 2014 and said you need to give this a shot because it's too good. >> and the goal of virtual not to make them bigger and faster, the goal of this practice is to make them smarter >> if i go here, i know i've eventually won the play.
>> he teaches quarterbacks to recognize a defensive play, not from a camera on the sidelines but from where they actually stand on the field. >> come saturday you say, wait a second, i've seen this before, i know what's about to happen before it happens. >> they can review the play over and over, practice where to look and coaches can watch. >> there it is. >> although it started with quarterbacks, it works for other players, too the and they can really get into it. we are seeing guys actually getting in their stance, take a draw and actually play the position without having to run and sweat and hit somebody. >> after all, while practicing can help you win, being well rested can do too. >> they don't need to do the physical work as often. and actually research says they should train less during the season when they are competing. >> in menlo park job than bloom, abc7 news. >> much more ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. super bowl activities shift to the south bay. the super community celebration in anticipation of today's big game at levi's stadium. >> the gop contenders for president fought it out on the
>> welcome back. we start this half-hour with a look at our weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, carolyn. the sunrise will be beautiful with clear skies. just a little bit of fog in napa but temperatures from the low 40s morgan hill and the low 50s in san francisco. san jose in the middle, 45. 46 in mountain view. and mt. tam another pretty shot. upper elevation winds are blowing offshore and that will aid in the warmup today. 37 in napa. that's where it is coolest. 39 by the delta, 43 concord. and we are looking at a lot of sunshine today. this morning it's just a couple degrees milder than last morning. but we are looking at some cool spots. temperatures this afternoon though yeah, they are really going to warm up. it will feel like spring. nothing like february where temperatures will be in the 60s by noontime. around the coast our inland valleys. and looking at low to mid-70s bringing us up at least 10 degrees above average today. the warmest days still to come.
carolyn. >> thank you lisa. with the super bowl ready to kick off this afternoon, the city of santa clara will breathe a huge sigh of relief after months of hype, preparation and a big party. the big party was yesterday, filled with celebrities. abc7 news reporter cornell barnard has the story. ♪ >> reporter: there's only one way to get ready for the super bowl. have a super community celebration. >> i just wanted to do anything and everything that had to do with the super bowl just because we are local. >> jessica from san jose wouldn't miss this extreme fan fest. music, food and football. >> i know there's going to be celebrities and players here. this is fun. about. >> celebs like rapper ludacris. >> are you going to the game tomorrow? >> yeah, yeah. >> oh, yeah. >> he was coaching the annual celebrity flag football game for charity.
nfl legend doug flutie was quarterback for the red team. >> who do you like for the super bowl tomorrow? >> you have to go with carolina if you are picking for a team, but i'm rooting for peyton manning to have a big day and playing well. >> kirk cousins is going tore big blue. >> my heart says the broncos and peyton manning. i would love to see him get another title, but we played against the panthers this year and they were probably the most dominant team in the league all year. >> and earlier john taylor was signing autographs. he played in three super bowls. his advice for tomorrow, pretty simple. >> make no crazy mistakes. just got to get prepared for it all week. >> in the end, this smaller friendly game was close. flutie's red team won 49-48. abc seven news. >> if you do too much celebrating today and you feel unsafe behind the wheel, no worries. triple-a is offering a free ride
for you and a free tow for your car up to ten miles. offer begins at 6:00 tonight and runs through monday morning. caltrain was charging $20 to park in their lots today. they normally charge 5 bucks. the numbers have not come out yet, but bart expects yesterday was a record-breaking ridership day. thursday and friday set records. thursday 486,000 people road bart. the fifth highest ridership day on record. yesterday demonstrators with the anti-police terror project marched around the international and domestic terminals. every few feet stopping to read the names of the people who died in police shootings between 2001 and 2015. >> while people stream in here to watch the football game police departments in both
oakland and san francisco are murdering black and brown and poor people with impunity. >> you absolutely got my attention. i think this is a good tactic for a protest. police officers followed the protesters closely. the march was peaceful. >> this morning china, germany and france among the nations condemning north korea's rocket launch. japan captured these images which appears to be from where the launching site is located. the united nations is now calling the launch a cover for a banned test of technology for a missile >> this is a picture of the north corina president signing the order for the launch. the u.n. will host an energy meeting today. >> president obama will be coming to the south bay next week. he will travel to the san jose area on wednesday and spend thursday attending several fundraising events for democratic candidates. the president will spend next weekend in palm springs and host
a summit of southeastern asian nations. that was him had with the warriors earlier last week. >> a raucous presidential debate has the candidates in attack mode taking shots at each other, but primarily at the frontrunners. we are joined live from the site of the debate, new hampshire. good morning, kenneth. >> good morning, carolyn. it was quite a show on that stage behind me. all the gop candidates have a jam-packed schedule evidence campaign events. all the talk this morning is on their debate performance. >> the final debate before the new hampshire primary about and it was a good night for the governors, and a bad one for rising marco rubio. >> under chris christie's governorship of new jersey, they have been downgraded nine times
on their credit rating. that's what washington d.c. does. the drive by with incorrect and incomplete information and the memorized 25 second speech that is exact lick what his adviceors gave him. >> jeb bush hit frontrunner donald trump on his support of eminent domain. what donald trump did was use eminent domain to take the property of an he woulderdly woman on the strip. that is downright wrong. >> that's is wrong. i didn't take the property. it was to teardown the house -- >> i didn't take the property. >> and ted cruz was in apology mode >> ben, i'm sorry. >> accused of playing dirty tricks to steal voters from ben carson last week. >> washington ethics basically says if it's legal, you do what you need to do. >> while the republicans debated -- >> i need your help on tuesday! >> hillary clinton brought the cheers at a new hampshire rally, and democratic rival bernie sanders brought laughs on this saturday night live skate. it was on this titanic-inspired
skate >> i'm tired of the 1% getting this pref recommendation treatment! >> sanders is back in new hampshire today where he is leading over hillary clinton. clip is in michigan to address the water crisis that's happening in that community. the republicans, they are all sitting in those town halls and rallies early so they can attend the town watch parties. abc7 news. >> thank you, kenneth. politics continues on this week later this morning. fresh off the gop debate presidential candidates donald trump and senator marco rubio will be interviewed by host george stephanopoulos. he will you also talk with hillary clinton. you can see "this week" at 8:00 right here on abc7, followed by abc7 news at 9:00. much more aheads on the abc7 sunday morning news at 6:00. turning to the cards for answers
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kickoff at 3:30 p.m.. a couple of big honors for some 49ers before the game. wide receiver anquan boldin was named the 2015 walter payton man of the year for improving the lives of underprivileged children. this award is given to the player for his outstanding achievements on and off the field. eli manning and benjamin watson were the other nominees. a $55,000 donation will be made to the charity of boldin's choice. earlier last night eddie debartolo, jr. was voted into the 2016 class of the pro football hall of fame. here's mike shumann with the details in this morning's sports. >> good morning. well, eddie debartolo has been inducted into the pro football hall of fame. the former 49ers owner brought respectability to the bay area with five football titles and no better place to get it than here in super bowl 50.
it's his fourth time at a finalist and took the voters the 50 minutes and 43 seconds of debate, the longest of any finalist, before they made the call. there's no better opener in sports if you ask anyone whoever played for him, and i fall into that category. he treated everyone like family and made sure his teams had everything they needed to succeed. mr. d was humbled. >> it's unbelievable. it's almost like it was a script that was written. you know, having super bowl 50 here in the bay area after all the years that we, you know, that we battled and played here is something that -- i don't know if anybody could ever write a better script. >> well, raider quarterback kenny stabler also got elected to the hall. unfortunate news this past week that stabler likely suffered from cte before his death this past summer. one of the best quarterbacks of the '70s, the snake helped them win the super bowl.
he was also part of the memorable raider plays like the ghost to the post and the holy roller. they wondered for years what kept the snake from being elected to the hall. they can wonder no more. warriors and thunder meeting for the first time this season and oklahoma thunder has been on a tear lately. the third best record in the western conference. jay-z, beyoncé, and jim harbaugh, big names watching the game. oklahoma thunder comes out hot. a 9-0 run and 30 points. warriors surging ahead in the second quarter. the shot clock running out. the prayer. and it's answered. everything hitting on all cylinders. warriors by 18. just before the half steph curry the step-back. warriors up 73-59 at the break. cut into it. kevin durant, strong to the hoop. lead is 8. kept coming. fourth quarter.
inside ties it at 104. warriors take the lead on the free throw. and then steph knives to the hoop. curry 26, and klay thompson, 3 of his 18 and the dubs hold on for 116-108 victory, improving to 46-4. sharks lose 6-2 to nashville and, of course, super bowl 50 later today. panthers and broncos. we will see you tonight from levi's stadium with all the updates. i'm mike shumann. have a great day! >> so sunny and about 70-something at game time? >> you could say that for any city for the next three days, yeah. >> in the bay area. >> exactly any bay area city. there will be some subtle changes and today begins the steady warmup. we will see the ridge of high pressure build and stay with us for the next several days. that's why it's pushing the storm track to the north. ite so strong. it's situated just to the east of us. we will look for a pretty nice couple of spring-like averages. i know it's february. we need the rain. a lot of the are you want the rain. but this is what we have from our sutro tower camera.
a pretty sunrise. and looking at numbers from the 40s to low 50s in san francisco. 48 at the coast. the upper elevation winds will aid in our warmup at the coast. we don't have fog to speak of. just a couple patches here and there earlier in napa. and from sfo you can see how nice the visibility is here. it's 37 up in napa with 39 by the delta. low 40s in could be cord. good morning livermore, 49 for you. from the exploratorium camera gives you an idea how good the visibility there. spring-like warmth today. records possible tomorrow and tuesday. we will get cooler air but it will stay dry through the next several days taking the rain out of the seven-day outlook. the waves have come down just a bit but the denger is still there with the large breakers and the strong rip currents from sonoma, ocean beach and tonight about ray. with the temperatures so warm, it will be a popular place but
very, very dangerous out there. numbers in the sierra nevada start south in the 20s ending in the upper 40s today and we will continue to see the warmth in the mountains right through the week. tuesday looks to be the warmest day there. 60 at south lake. 62 in yosemite with 80s in the week ahead, 80 today in los angeles and 69 in monterey. so check out tomorrow's highs. you can see the yellow on the color con tour and the orange. that indicates the warmer weather. 77. could shatter a record for tomorrow in san jose. we are getting close in and around the bay. it could happen monday and even tuesday where temperatures stay in the 70s. although the ridge begins to move slightly away. we will still see the well above average temperatures. wednesday the onshore flow comes back. sounds like a summer pattern and with temperatures in the 60s, still quite mild the middle of the week. in the city today you notice the warmup. numbers in the upper 60s downtown for super bowl city.
and by the evening hours we are still in the 60s with numbers dropping into the 50s not until about 9:00, 10:00 at night. highs today from the mid-60s. 70 concord and even half moon bay will get into the 70s tomorrow. we will look at numbers in and around santa clara in the low 70s. so just a beautiful spring-like afternoon in the 50s but not in the 10:00. the accuweather seven-day forecast, sunshine. 70s. some cool nights ahead with increasing clouds by the end of the week and the cool-down by wednesday, thursday and in some neighborhoods. look at the 60s. still a little warm for february. we talked about pebble beach next weekend. they will be happy it's not raining but we aren't that happy that it's not raking. >> that's right. thank you, lisa. if you are trying to decide who has the edge going into super bowl 50, you could pull out the sports section. you might want to flip over to espn. but if it really comes down to fate, maybe you need an expert. abc7 morning news anchor natasha
looked into a crystal crystal in search. answers. >> san francisco psychic stan arcana doesn't follow football but he has a power for seeing what's in the cards. we asked for a reading open cam newton and peyton manning. first flip for cam newton, the apocalypse card. >> power in this card like a canon ball. >> for peyton it's the sage and shifty joker. >> this is someone who is quick on their feet. makes decisions really fast. >> a few more flips reveals possible keys for success, starting with the cannonball cam. >> slow and steady might be not cam's way of being, his m.o. but he might want to think about how to harness it. and peyton, he has to like really prepare himself for a kind of swerve, i guess. he has to be like adaptable to change no matter what. >> the maybe not all of us will be putting our super bowl 50 stock in the cards or a crystal ball, but what about in the
stars? >> what i noticed about both charts, to begin with, they are leaders. they are powerful men. >> mara of astrology by mara in ashbury found strength in the stars for both players. no prediction on the winner, but when she analyzed the celestrial aura. it was a wild ride. >> it will start slow and most action will be in the second and third quarters. >> finally we turned to andrea mallis. >> she's willing to go a bit further out on an astrological limb. to >> i would say the edge seems to go to cam newton for the panthers. >> all their experts say their readings have far more to do with the conflicting forces that
influence our lives than the final point spread. in san francisco, natasha zouves, here in vineland, home of progresso, we love all kinds of chicken soups... but just one kind of chicken. white breast meat chicken every time. so if you're not going to make your own chicken soup tonight, do what we do...make it progresso.
to the officials just before kickoff. she tells us she's going to be a bit nervous because of everybody watching her at the stadium and on tv, but marlo said she thinks she will find a way to pull it off. and i'm sure she will. >> very cute. looks like a great day today with temperatures climbing steadily the next few days. 72 palo alto, 73 san jose. 70 vallejo and concord. 3:30 in santa clara approximately be 73. temperatures will drop through the evening hours. 59 at 7:00. the accuweather seven-day forecast, little change tomorrow and tuesday just a few neighborhoods cooling off. overall we are looking at dry weather through next weekend. >> thank you lisa. thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with lisa argen. news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and all your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. abc7 news continues at 9:00 this morning. "good morning america" is up next. happy super bowl. go panthers!
good morning, america. it was fight night in new hampshire. the gloves came off in the latest debate. >> if you noticed, he didn't answer your question. >> candidates on the attack. the big target of the night, marco rubio. >> he doesn't have the experience to be president of the united states. >> rubio fighting back. >> your state got hit by a massive snowstorm two weeks ago, you didn't want to go back. they had to shame you into going back. >> but who pressed repeat? >> he knows exactly what he's doing. he knows what he's doing. >> there it is, the memorized 25-second speech. >> donald trump, shushing jeb bush. >> be quiet. a lot of the time -- a lot of the time. >> and attacking the audience. >> that's all of his donors and special interests. that's what it is. >> the on-stage apology. >> ben, i'm sorry.