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avoid a septic disaster with rid-x. >> it's saturday, april 30th. thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. we are in for a pleasant weekend across the bay. here's lisa argen. she's tracking doppler hd. lees a, good morning to you. >> good morning, chris. here we are looking at a nice, clear pattern. as wes widen the view, a couple weather systems making for a gusty start to the day in the upper elevations. low pressure to the south and east of us and high pressure building in. allowing the winds to create heyer elevations above 1,000 feet, gusting to 33 miles an hour by the delta. 31 miles an hour in livermore and novato at 20 miles an hour. so we are looking at the wind advisory tough 10:00 in the upper elevations. and we could see some downed trees or powerlines. a live look outside from our roof camera. it's pretty breezy out there in
san francisco. 55 degrees. 50 on the coast with 48 in morgan hill. and from our exploratorium camera, the view from pier 15 allowing for temperatures already to reach 60 by the delta and livermore. so we are in for sunshine, warmer afternoon with temperatures in the 80s inland, near that in the south bay. north bay you will have 80s and temporarily a few 70s on the coast. chris. >> lisa, thanks. developing news out of west oakland this morning. at least five people were injured, one critically, in a shooting on san pablo avenue. it happened around 9:15 last night. you see the number of bullet casings littering the streets. two victims were immediately taken to hyland hospital. three other victims eventually arrived at hyland but with nonlife-threatening injuries. the search is underway for the gunmen. also developing news in san jose. police responded to a call of shots fired on indigo oak lane. officers found one woman with a gunshot wound before 1:00 this
morning. the woman was taken to the hospital where she later died. one man has been taken into custody. turning to politics. state republican party officials are hoping today's convention goes a little smoother than yesterday's. donald trump's presence led to five arrests outside the burlingame hyatt, while john kasich enjoyed an orderly reception. we have the story. >> ohio governor john kasich opened with a quick confession. >> i do have to tell you, i love california. >> during an earlier media briefing he touted his recent endorsement by the hispanic chamber of commerce. >> do the republicans actually think they can win an election by scaring every hispanic in this country to death? >> in third place, kasich insists he has a path to the nomination, and a far cry from today's drama leading up to donald trump's platform. >> we don't want to give him a platform for his anti-migrant, anti-muslim, anti-rhetoric.
protesters chained themselves together to form a human barrier to the convention. to avoid a confrontation, trump 's entourage stopped on highway 101 behind the hotel. he squeezed between construction barriers, walked across a windy backfield and into the venue where he joked about the experience. >> then we went under a fence and through a fence. oh, boy, felt like i was crossing the border actually. >> trump delivered a free-flowing 30 minute is speech and then quickly left. outside scuffles broke out between protesters and people hoping to get into the venue. >> if you don't like trump, just stay home. >> five people were arrested and one injured in the confrontation. in burlingame, abc7 news. >> ted cruz will be today's speaker. he will address the crowd at lunch, followed by running mate carly fiorina, who will take the podium tonight. hillary clinton is coming back to california next week. thursday in los angeles and friday in oakland.
clinton opened her first california headquarters in downtown oakland on thursday. >> the city of oakland appears to be the focal point of the democrats. bernie sanders will open an office in north oakland later today. he already has an office in los angeles. a bay area superpac has attacking republican donald republican donald trump and ted cruz on the environment. >> all of this with the global warming, and a lot of it is a hoax. >> so this is a tv ad by next gen climate action. it's part of a $25 million voter registration drive headed by tom sayer. he is the san francisco billionaire and climate activist. intends to rally millennials rally millennials around the environmental issue. >> we will work through groups that are already on the ground so there's a lot of voter-to-voter contact. >> here's an interesting note. more than 7 million californians are eligible to vote but have not registered. however that number is gradually changing.
democratic registration is up 185%, while republican registration has jumped 63% since 2012. the deadline to register to vote or to register for a particular party is may 23rd. you can request a vote through the end of may. california's primary is scheduled for june 7th and with just 38 days to go until california's june 7th primary, stay up-to-date on the campaigns with the abc7 news app. you can download it for free and enable push alerts. at the muslim community association mosque in santa clara friends and family gathered to pray for a couple who police say were murdered by their own children. the two were shot to death, according to authorities. and this morning just released court documents are revealing what the couples' children did after their murder. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo has more. >> only 22-year-old appeared in
front of the camera in the croom. the 17-year-old child was kept hidden in the hallway but he is being charged as an adult. >> both of them were charged with two counts of murder and a special circumstance allegation of double murder. >> from the charging documents we learned the brothers went to a convention in oakland on saturday. police say their parents were shot to death that morning. after they were arrested wednesday, the brothers told investigators two different stories. one admitted he shot his father multiple times in the garage. twelve times says the da. but hasib said a stranger in the house assaulted him and made him do it. hasib said the stranger was the one who shot his mother. omar told investigators his older brother committed both murders and before they left for the convention, hasib told him to check the garage door to make sure that blood was not seeping out. when police found the bodies
of the parents sunday in their home on lucas court, they say there were messages written on the wall. we know one red sorry, my first kill was clumsy. the court document reveals there were two different handwriting styles. they compared the messages with note the books found in their bedrooms and found characteristics consistent with the younger brother's writing. they are both being held without bail. abc7 news. a san francisco police officer has been arrested on suspicion of perjury and filing a false document. the officer is accused of lying on an eligibility form. he's been suspended without pay. in the wake of the latest texting schedule, san francisco police chief ordered all officers to attend classes aimed at preventing acts of racism and homophobism. vic lee explains. >> the police chief ordered sensitivity training classes for out u. all 2,000 plus officers
beginning next month. >> no one can say they didn't know what was and wasn't acceptable in the workplace. >> community members stood behind the chief, all supporting his action. >> we stand in unity against this ugly poison that has infected our great city of san francisco. >> among them, officers for justice, the group representing african americans on the force. >> it has been a appreciate that's been kind of glossed over for years. and now is being forced to light. >> the text messages released by the chief greg suhr are just as offensive as the first batch given to the public defender earlier this week. >> they are clear examples of explicit bias existing in the san francisco police department. >> the texts contain racial slurs and disparage african americans and other ethnic groups and gays. this time this are even photos with offensive captions and a picture of a fire. the send earned says, maybe it's a korean bash be cue, or a
slave ship ablaze. and the fourth is fighting termination. the police union is also behind suhr's move, but wants to make one thing clear. >> it's only a small fraction of members that's brought discredit to the department. >> the mayor ed lee e-mailed the nletter to every officer in the department. a letter urging them to fight intolerance and turn in bigoted cops. vic lee, abc news. police in pleasant hill are searching for a missing 15-year-old girl with special needs. jenna hayes was last seen at a high school in martinez thursday. she didn't come home after school. she has the mental function of a 10 to 12-year-old. she has a distinctive scar on her neck and tends to wear heavy makeup and dark clothes. police think she took a bus to the concord bart station. >> luke walton, assistant coach,
is heading to the lakers to take over the lakers. he spent nine years in the purple and gold, winning two world championships, walt ton wasn't 39-4 as the warriors interim coach this season. he will remain on the bench for a few months. larry beil will have more coming up in sports. looking forward to the sunshine today, lisa, but first we have to deal with the wind. >> yes, in the upper elevations. already san francisco has climbed fair degrees since last hour due to the wind. it's 59 degrees. unsee it flowing out of the west-northwest. we range from 49 in mountain view to 61 in livermore. we will talk about how long the wind sticks around and how warm we will get right thaw the weekend. that's next. >> lisa, thanks. fire, smoke and protests outside san francisco city hall. the hollywood make believe scenes happening this weekend. and later royal trash talk. what happens when
they are recreating a riot that happened about 40 years ago. it's part of a series called "when we rise." abc7 news reporters melanie woodrow and lyanne melendez have the story. >> a smoke-filled riot outside city hall. law enforcement coming face-to-face. >> they hated us and we hated them back. >> he is one of the characters in the mini series of "when we rise," set to premiere in 2017. they are reenacting a riot that happened in 1979. it happened in dan white's trial. dan white murdered the mayor. it was one of the most the violent episodes in the history of the lgbt movement. >> it's th intensity they are hoping to recreate authentically. >> they will start a fire in city hall, either side of the doorway.
>> from the smoke grenades. >> the san francisco wind will make a little smoke appear to be a lot of smoke. >> to animosity. >> for most the san franciscoans it was a it was a devastating below. >> i wasn't sure people would get it with other flag. when looking for something that symbol layed the san francisco a gay community. he turned to his friend, harvey -- or gilbert baker. >> i said we need a flag. we are a tribe. the rainbow was immediate. >> baker is the creator of the rainbow flag. in 1978 it was one of two that went up on market street at u. n. plaza. >> it's time to investigate other stories that happened at the same time or simultaneously. >> it includes the story of diane jones, who will be portrayed by rachel griffith.
and the wife will be played by mary lewis parker. both of them founded the building. >> we are rich and we are poor we are gay, we are straight, we are everything. >> ken jones, a gay activist, is also featured. >> the activists really took the risk in those days >> "when we rise" airs in february, 2017. abc7 news >> if you would like to be an firstname.lastname@example.org. we've put the information online at our website, a bc7 news.com . >> yahoo ceo melissa mayor will get a huge payout if the company is sold or if she's fired. they said she's entitled to $55 million in severance benefits. yahoo's core internet business is currently up for sale. high winds prevented a solar
powered airplane from leaving the bay area yesterday. tomorrow will be the next opportunity for the solar impulse 2 to complete its trip around the world. it landed in santa clara county last weekend. it's powered entirely by the sun. no fuel on board. the mission started more than a year ago. >> happening today, oakland raiders fans will be gathering in front everybody the almeda headquarters to demand the team stays in the city. it's in response of this week's developments. team owner mark davis told nevada officials he wants to move the silver and black to las vegas and he would spend a half million dollars to help build a stadium there. the raiders are schedule today play at the coliseum at least through the upcoming season. lisa, you are track being the wind for us? >> that's right. it will die down today in most spots. that will allow for a warmer day. temperatures through the 80s today in some neighbors neighborhoods. forecast sun was up about three minutes ago. we are looking at clear and
windy conditions in some parts of the bay. a big ridge of high pressure high pressure to the north and west and trough to the south and east. between the two, the close proximity allowing for the gusty upper elevation winds. hears a lack from our roof camera. the wind in san francisco has allowed the temperature to climb to 59 degrees. it's 50 at the coast with 56 oakland, 49 in morgan hill. had 54 mountain view and 51 in san jose. check out the beach. for the short term we will see the temperatures continue to climb but then the see breeze kicks in. it will be breezy throughout the day. 61 santa rosa, 51 livermore. upper 50s in napa. the temperatures have come up considerably this morning. the delta windy and 60 and concord almost as warm as livermore right now. here's why because of the upper elevation winds. so it's been windy all week long, but at least today the northerly winds will work to warm us up just a bit. its been cool. and by the afternoon it should
feel pretty good with numbers well above average. the wind gusts could allow for downed trees or powerlines. from 33 miles an hour, you get the idea of of the gusty winds. it will remain breezy is around the bay today. the airport will be quite breezy all afternoon. livermore 11 degrees warmer. and even down around palo alto we are look at a warmer morning for you. finally from san jose this morning, the gusty winds. then warmer days this afternoon. look at the stratus, the low clouds, the fog coming up toward the shoreline tomorrow. and you will feel that wind if you are right at the coast. elsewhere, still going to be a warm day. so in terms. the rest of the state, those winds have been very gusty still in the sierra nevada, high surf, southern california. 60s there with 64 reno. a few showers in the upper elevations. looking at the warmest day of the week to be tomorrow in
san jose. low 70s. we will be above that today. even warm on monday. we are continuing the trend of the cooler work week with, come late wednesday into thursday, we've this the light showers. once again we could see some sprinkles on thursday. highs today in the south bay upper 70s. peninsula 79. a little breezy for you at menlo park and redwood city. san francisco, we are in the 70s and 60s right along the coast around half moon bay. 70 daly city. that's before the sea breeze kicks in. 77 san leandro and newark and head inland look at the 80s. pittsburgh today, antioch 82. san ramon and pleasanton and walnut creek. the accuweather seven-day forecast: it will be nice tomorrow. we look for the beaches to get the sea breeze and be cool. looking at the warmth holding over inland monday and everyone cools tuesday.
a slight chance on wednesday. then you notice we are in the 60s and 70s into thursday and cinco demayo so it looks pleasant. >> we are just a couple days away from bay to breakers. a lot of people getting in their training for that this weekend. >> would that be you? >> maybe. i'm on the fence. >> all right. >> thanks. a new wrinkle in the popular
>> welcome back. >> if you are looking for a new job, bay area postal districts are holding a series of job fairs today. they are taking place at three locations this morning. the san mateo post office, the san francisco processing and distribution center and the civic center oakland post office. you will find more information on all three workshops on our website abc7news.com. the notorious irs scam is still going strong but now predators are using another high-tech device to fool their victims. "7 on your side" michael finney tells us about the new warning to watch out for.
>> she was at work when the call came on her cell phone. she was in big trouble. >> you have federal tax payments that need to be paid and there's a case against you. >> she didn't believe it, so she googled the 800 number on her caller i.d., and it really was an irs phone number. >> he said there's about $17,000 that you owe. >> the man told her to pay up or she would be arrested immediately. >> you will be in prison for two years. >> she still had doubts. >> i said i needed to speak to someone. >> is within a few minutes, another call. this from the 408 area code. >> a google search found the number belongs to the santa clara police department. a cop was calling? >> it was pretty serious. we asked the irs to have arrest warrants against her. >> she agreed to cooperate. the man stayed on the phone as she drove to the bank and then to walmart where she wired him $1800, but it wasn't enough. >> they kept sag your file is still under be review.
we are seeing quite a few penalties. >> the man told her to wire another 1900. next day more demands. she wired money 8 times in all totaling $16,000, wiping out her bank account, her sister's too. >> in two days i was so stressed out i just couldn't think straight. >> the demands kept coming. she couldn't take it anymore. >> i told my sister i'm going to go in to the cops. >> she drove to the santa clara police department and turned herself in. ready to go to jail. >> i had no choice. >> that's how she learned the truth. >> they told me this is an irs scam, and you fell for it. >> police told her they never called. neither did the irs. scammers had used a cloning device to make those numbers appear to be on her caller i.d. she and her sister had no money for food or rent. friends started a gofundme campaign to help, but she wanted me to warn you. >> this could happen to someone else.
>> here's the lessen. voice-over-internet phones can be be manipulated to falsify a caller i.d. number. it's been used in other scams too. if you get a suspicious call, don't assume the caller i.d. is the real number they are calling from. call the agency or company directly to find out for yourself. and remember, the irs will never call and threaten to arrest you if you don't pay up. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. >> we have much mom ahead on the abc7 news. terrifying scenes out of kenya after a building collapsed. trapped survivors wait fog are a way out of the rubble. plus a tornado rips thaw a texas town, leaving hundreds witho
>> thanks for waking up with us. i'm chris nguyen. we will get to the top stories in a moment. first a quick check of the weather. lisa argen is track being the conditions where you live. good morning. >> good morning, chris. we saved the warmest day of the week for the weekend. and from sutro tower you can see how nice it hooks out there. but we do still have some wind that's going to work with us throughout the morning hours in the upper elevations. a wind advisory above 1,000 feet. 50 morgan hill and half moon
bay. 56 oakland. mountain view 54. 51 san jose. from emeryville, the camera shaking a little bit. 60 by the delta and livermore. that's due to the gusty wind out of the north-northeast that's allowing for those breezes to blow once again. so at the airport we will see perhaps some problems in oakland. fran with breezy winds all day long. right now they are just by the delta and livermore out of the north. so that translates into a warmer afternoon, less wind this afternoon, and thought the day. tomorrow look at the 80s return inland. and near 70s at the coast. chris. >> thanks, lisa. developing news out of kenya this morning where search and rescue teams are working frantically to find survivors in the rubble of a collapsed apartment building in nairobi. these pictures show the narrow spaces where people are trapped inside the ones six-story building. at least seven are dead. 121 people survived the collapse with varying injuries, including a baby. there have been heavy rains in the area but it's too soon to
say exactly why the building fell. a town in eastern texas has been declared a local disaster area after a tornado destroyed buildings and homes. take a look at this. crews are searching through several homes in lyndale after getting calls that people were trapped inside. powerlines are down throughout the town and fallen trees are blocking some of the roadways, forecasters say there will be severe thunderstorms in eastern texas gone today, bringing another chance of tornadoes. now to the bomb scare at a baltimore television station. a man who threatened an explosion is recovering in the hospital and facing charges. abc news reporter pierre thomas has more about the man. >> the moment chilling. in a newly-released surveillance video, a man dressed in bizarre costume parades into the lobby of baltimore's fox 45 tv station. ripping open his jumpsuit, he reveals what appears to be a suicide bomb vest. he takes out a flash drive and is threatening to blow himself up if the station does not air it.
swat teams swarming in. the suspect was shot several times. new images. the potential suicide vest, complete with wires, a circuit board and packets that look like plastic explosives. but look closely. the packets only contain chocolate bars and police are able to take the wounded suspect to the hospital. seen here, the suspect, indentified as 25-year-old alex breezy. a grieving father said in recent days his son's mental state have had been unraveled. >> he just broke up with his girlfriend. looks like he's had a mental breakdown. >> abc news, washington. >> a russian fighter plane knew dangerously close to an american reconnaissance plane in the baltic sea. earlier this month russian attack planes buzzed a guide the missile destroyer uss donald cook. the pentagon is calling it unsafe and unprofessional.
one military official said the russian pilot did a barrel roll over the top of the american aircraft, closing in within 100 feet. >> today in sonoma county there will be a tree plant income honor of arbor day. not just the any tree. this one comes with with a special message. wayne friedman reports from jack london state park. >> almost that jack london never left this office with the tools of the trade. and just outside the window, a mighty oak. >> he love the tree. love the view from her. this tree inspired him. >> it says a jack london fan to appreciate this. people come to see the home and see the tree. >> it's amazing something can live 500 years. he's volunteer here. >> the question has been how much longer? jack london's oak has been showing its age to the point a few years ago the state
considered cutting it down. the end appeared imminent. >> but even if the tree had to come down, it was still producing acorns, and that meant hope. >> oaks don't do well from asexual reproduction, so the acorns were our only shot of maintaining the genetics of the tree. >> she helped with the effort but to everyone it felt like a long shot. >> the tree was so old, most acorns were unlikely to be viable. >> take a look and read this tag beneath a new sapling. >> a miracle? >> a minor one, yes. >> this weekend the miracle sapling with the old dna moves to sonoma's open space preserve. but there's a double twist to it. it turns out that after judicious trimming, rumors of
the big tree's death may have been greatly exaggerate. >> it won't be here forever but we can't tell you how long it will be here. it could be another 100 years. >> meanwhile back in the nursery an unexpected bounty. read the tags between these other oak saplings, jack london, jack london, jack london. >> there are 15 here. >> how perfect. from the home of a prolific writer, a most prolific tree. at jack london state park in sonoma county, wayne friedman, abc7 news. >> still ahead on this saturday morning, a new gadget is going up against go pro and other action cameras. the device that's trying to revolutionize the industry by focusing on the revolution itself. as we head to break, a live look outadvise from our east bay hills camera. lisa argen is track being live doppler 7hd and a warmup on the way. keep it here. you are watching abc7 news.
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back door. it is days away from a pivotal primary in indiana which could be a last stand for trump's rivals. and the investigation into the sudden-death of prince. prince, the emergency vehicles awaiting his plane when it made an emergency landing days before he died. was there a doctor on board the plane and what role could he have played in the star's final days. and the top prospect in the football draft, laramie turn sell, posting shocking video of him to social media. the fall-out costing him millions and what the nfl is saying this morning. it's all coming upgone gma. happening today, a benefit for ucsf benioff children's hospital oakland, headlined by a well-known musician, chris martin of coldplay. tonight he will go solo, but he will be joined by songwriters dave eggers and bj for the
seventh annual notes and words benefit. to date they have raised more than $5 million for the hospital. >> this is together? >> yes. >> preparing. >> remember when you told us to bring it at the invictus games? >> careful what you wish for. >> really? please. [laughter] >> prince harry and the queen get the final mic drop in this friendly rivalry between the white house and kensington palace. both posted videos to promote the invictus games. wounded military veterans from around the world will compete next month in orlando, florida. that's always fun to sea. >> very cute. good morning. we have dry wind working down to the surface and bringing us warmer weather. emeryville right now, 56 in oakland. it's 630 concord, 61 in livermore. it's been a windy week. i'll let you know how long the winds last today and how much with warmth which get out of the
dry, offshore flow. that's coming up. >> lisa, thanks. also ahead, the san jose sharks have a huge third period in game one of their playoff opener with the nashville predators. find out how they s i did everything i could to make her party perfect. almost everything. you know, 1 in 10 houses could get hit by an expensive septic disaster. but for only $7 a month, rid-x helps break down waste. avoid a septic disaster with rid-x. hey mom, i could use some basil. oh, sure thing, sweetie.
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larry beil and mike shumann for "after the game." larry will be joined by warriors ambassador adoyle foil here in the studios. in in hockey, last night was the start of the second round were the playoffs for the san jose sharks. here's the highlights. and here's the sports report. >> good morning. after a week off the san jose sharks finally started the second round of the stanley cup playoffs last night hosting nashville. hear, kitty kitty. a black cat somehow got on the ice in the tank. second period, end of the power play for nashville. mike fischer top shelf on martin jones. looks like the sharks were the ones that got jinxed there. but the third period they poor it on. ed he beats pekka rinne, and look at the move by joel ward. pretty to make it 2-1. then joe pavelski feeding logan courture with the redirect. and plus two empty net goals makes the final 5-2 sharks. tension late. it ends with fist-to-cuffs but the sharks take the 1-0 lead. >> as we went on we got better and put them on their heels.
good to feed off the crowd, and feed off the goals, and really pushing for the next one. >> it was so loud. i think -- i thought maybe it would fall down because it was pretty noisy. a huge win for us tonight. luke walton did so well as the interim coach this season he's earned a promotion. he's agreed to take over of the lakers next year. the 36-year-old walton will remain with golden state through the end of the season. the question last night was who would the dubs face in round 2, clippers versus blazers. you look at the injury there. austin rivers caught an elbow in the face and needed 12 stitches but stayed in the game. went to the locker room and came back. 28 points. the blazers up by 6. 2:15 to go. clippers would not die despite is all their injuries. j.j. redick hits the lay-up. two-point game. free throws make it a 3-point lead for the clippers. rivers at the buzzer, desperation. comes up short.
blazers win 1067-103 and take the series 4 live 2. they will face the warriors for game one on sunday. sunday afternoon at oracle, as well as here on abc7. the nfl draft continuing. tight end austin looper -- hooper goes third round to atlanta. 6'4". 254 pounds. he's a terrific pass catcher, and joins another cardinal tight end who is presently on the falcons roster. on to baseball. a's and astros. happy birthday ron washington, third-base coach. lookout, wash! billy burns drills him with a foul ball. hit him in a foul ball. he's tough. stayed in there. tied it at 4. and he knew is as soon as he hit it. walk off, three-run homer. good that night! drive home safely! and a's win 7-4 and celebrate with a little pieathon. and jake peavy 6 runs in two innings.
and mike broadway, this one is going to broadway. cespedes, mets scored 12 runs in one inning and cruised to victory 13-1. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> 6:38 is our time. sunny outside for now. a little deceiving because some parts of the bay area dealing with wind. >> that's right. we have a wind advisory in the upper elevations until 10:00 this morning above 1,000 feet and that's where the winds of gusting. a dry, northerly winds. bringing down some warmer air. one of the warmest days out of the next seven today and tomorrow. sun sets at 8:00. it will be a nice evening. by the afternoon the winds really dialing back inland. but along the coast, point reyes to around half moon bay it will be breezy. so we've got high pressure here. low pressure there. and in between the gusty winds result. so some of that bringing down some windshear by oakland and sfo where we get a change in the direction of wind. as you go up in the upper elevations of the atmosphere.
oakland. sfo could be dicey for the tarmac. look at the golden gate bridge, lots of sunshine and temperatures already warming up in some spots. 354 mountain view, 51 for san jose and 50 morgan hill and half moon bay. emeryville this morning, nice and sunny. we will look for a little bit of a breeze if you are by the water. 51 santa rosa, made 50s novato and fairfield coming in at 60. it's been breezy all morning long in livermore. with the wind advisory expiring 10:00, the winds continue to dial back. if you are doing hiking or biking, it will be breezy in the upper elevations and that's the offshore flow. we haven't talked about fire danger yet this year but the winds coming from that direction. so right now the winds are at 1e northeast, half moon bay. it will be breezy here, especially up toward point reyes
this afternoon. elsewhere the winds coming lighter, the down-sloping winds working to warm us up today. 11 degrees warmer. novato 8 degrees warmer. napa, fairfield, and palo alto getting started with a warmer morning. from the east bay hills camera, you can see how we have the camera shaking just a bit. so the gusty winds this morning, warmer days today. tomorrow, we won't get the stratus, but we will get the wind first, the southerly surge tomorrow afternoon. and then the stratus fills in late. but not soon enough to cool us off. it will be a warm sunday afternoon. here's the wind profile for the airport. notice all day long we are in the category of 25 to maybe 30 miles an hour at sfo and oakland, too, will be quite gusty. headed to the beach, looks pretty mild here but it will be breezy at times. 76 santa cruz. 66 monterey. the ocean temperature just at 5. so enjoy that 78 today in oakland, 83 for you up in napa.
79 san jose. and fremont that's about five to six degrees above average. if you are spending the rest of the afternoon in and around the east bay, the bay shore, upper 70s by 4:00, mid-70s 1:00. the accuweather seven-day forecast. 80s inland today, only, and we will have a bit of a breeze increased late in the day tomorrow at the coast. otherwise a nice afternoon through the early part of the week, and then we cool off to more seasonable readings >> looking ahead to the cool-down. it will be nice. >> i know. >> lisa, thanks. surfing, skateboarding and skydiving. they are the adrenaline packed sports that made go pro camera a big name. now they make a camera that stays right side up even when you flip upside down. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom has more. [cheers and applause]
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i love they are doing with the design. >> he said while go pro markets to parents, firefighters and others, they might have an opening with the adrenaline crowd. >> go pro is weak right now. they just had a big failure, the cube camera they tried to sell for way too much money. >> one key is revel's sensors. it can tell when something exciting happens and edit the video for you. >> g forces and even heart rate. >> but competing is all about branding. >> i think it will take a partnership with key athletes and a lot of gorilla marketing. >> they already started. the guy in this video, billionaire sir richard branson. in san francisco, jonathan bloom a, abc7 news. >> coming up, hundreds will march this morning to improve the health of babies. how you can help
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lisa, a final weather check. >> it will be nice and sunny there all morning and in the afternoon in the low 80s there. beginning the day very pleasant, near 06. 79 fremont and san jose this afternoon. a warmer afternoon. it's windy this afternoon above 1,000 feet but the winds will dial back except around point reyes. kind of breezy there. the wind comes up from the south late tomorrow but not before we enjoy another day in the 80s inland and low 80s around the bay and 70s at the coast. the cool down take place monday and throughout the week ahead and maybe a few drops coming by on thursday. other than that it looks like a pretty good week. >> good information. lisa, thank you. and thanks for joining us on the abc7 morning news. i'm chris nguyen alongside lisa argen. the news continues now online with our abc7 news app. "good morning america" is next. abc7 news continues at 8:00 a.m. we will see you then.
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