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>> it is sunday, may 1st. thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen in nor carolyn tyler. we have a warm day on tap here in the bay area. let's send it over to meteorologist lisa argen for a live look at doppler hd. hi, lisa. >> from the east bay hills camera we have numbers in the 60s already. a cool 46 at half moon bay. contrast that to 60s in fran and oakland. from mt. tam, looks nice and calm out there. if you are out for a bike ride you won't run into the winds like we had yesterday.
it's offshore. we will look for temperatures to be well above normal. 51 santa rosa. a cool 46 in napa, 47 livermore. 54 concord. and from the sutro tower camera the warmup today. by noontime inland 80 degrees. mid-70s around the bay and 70s at the coast. chris. >> lisa, thank you. carly fiorina spoke at the gop state convention last night. we have more on the busy day at the convention. >> ladies and gentlemen, carly fiorina! >> the former presidential candidate, and now running mate to ted cruz, made it clear. she and cruz are ready to fight. >> we don't have a nominee until that nominee has 1,237 votes. donald trump doesn't have it. donald trump is not going to get it. >> in day two of the california gop convention, fiorina focused on helping small businesses and shifting power away from government.
>> our government has gotten bigger, more powerful, more corrupt, more incompetent. it is time we must take our country back! >> senator cruise also brought excitement to the convention floor. he was the lunchtime keynote speaker. there he reiterated california's role in the race. >> california is likely to decide the entire republican nomination. california is critical. >> delegates, meantime, insist they are simply here to listen and learn about the candidates and hearing all these speeches have helped. >> i have respect for what she's accomplished. she's a very accomplished woman. >> i lean toward trump, but cruz is a very smart man. i would love to see a trump-cruz ticket. >> californians cast their votes june 7th. in burlingame, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> yesterday was much calmer
outside the gop convention compared to friday. that's when hundreds showed up to rally against donald trump. up can see from sky 7hd, the republican presidential candidate was forced to detour his motorcade and hike across the ramp to highway 101 to get into the convention. >> 6:03 is our time. ohio governor and republican presidential candidate john kasich hosted a town hall yesterday at the tech museum of innovation in san jose. >> now i'm running for president with the same ideas, the same initiatives, to give people a chance to rise, and most particularly to begin fixing this economy because it is just really terrible. >> kasich said american's healthcare system needs to be more transparent to the people and we need to tackle the drug
problem plaguing our nation. >> the combination for senator bernie sanders opened an office in oakland's rockridge neighborhood yesterday. this is his second in the state. his campaign owned their first office in l.a. earlier this month. and hillary clinton opened an office in downtown oakland thursday. it's located at 14th and franklin, and she's schedule today campaign from there on friday. the democratic presidential candidate will first had make a stop in los angeles on thursday. of the presidential primary take place on june 7th the. we are less than 60 days away from the california primary. for the latest of each. candidates on the campaign trail, as well as their visits to california, be sure to down loud our abc7 news app and enable push alerts. happening today the memorial to mark the first anniversary of a mother and her young daughter in livermore who were killed by an alleged drunk driver.
last year an may 2nd 36-year-old brian jones left the wine festival when he killed the woman and her 14-month-old daughter. the community will come together to honor them and two other boys injured at the site of the crash on marietta boulevard. > this morning the authorities want your help to find a missing milbrae man who was last seen thursday night. friends spent yesterday evening searching for keith green. his phone was found in the park friday morning. he left all of his belongings behind in the milbrae. anyone with information is urged to contact authorities. today is supposed to be the start of a new swim season for more than 200 kids. but now they may be left high and dry after a san ramon golf course abruptly closed their swimming pool. their swim club said they have nowhere to go. this is the story you will see only on abc7. >> the waters of the san ramon golf course pool are still. this weekend dozens of kids
would be gearing up for the first day of their swim club season. >> first practice day is a very exciting day for us. we are all meeting together and getting our swimsuits. >> but signs have been posted and this letter from the property manager warns the pool is closed because it's no longer financially viable. the co-president of the aqua bear swim club said the carpet has been pulled out from under them. >> my friend thought someone had just died, and i said i think the aqua bears just died. >> sarah said she got word from the property the manager at 4:30 friday afternoon. parents are especially frustrated because they had been reassured after a new owner that took over in january that they could use the pool this season. >> they had plenty of opportunity to tell us they would shut the pool down which would give us an opportunity to find another location. at this point all the pools are filled up. >> the kids are shocked. >> this team is what brought all my friends here together, and it's like part of me, and when i it gets taken away, a bunch. myself gets taken away too.
>> many of these kids have known each other for years. the swimmers range from 8 to 18 years old. even their current coach was a former team swimmer. he and his six assistants may be out of the job. >> we need the pool open for three more months. >> she's hoping for a quick solution >> the president of the aqua bears tells me she's still holding out hope. she's going to be happening a meeting with the golf club management team on monday. she's hoping they can work something out. in san ramon, abc7 news. in san francisco a group is continueing their hunger strike because they want to get police chief greg suhr fired, hopes to meet with the mayor this week. they were in the mission district this afternoon for a rally for the frisco five. they are unhappy how the chief handled a series of deadly police shootings. the chief said he has no plans to step down. but the activists say they are gaining support.
>> these aren't just activists out here. there are people out here now that weren't in support before and they are questioning him now. all the protesters saw a doctor yesterday. they plan to march to mayor ed lee's office on tuesday. now to the north bay. a 100-foot tree fell on to a home and three parked vehicles. you see the damage to one s.u.v. this valley oak tree toppled yesterday morning. no one was hurt. one home has damage, but it's structurally safe. crews spent all afternoon cleaning up and trimming the trees and they are concerned other trees could come down. >> we are concerned another tree will come down and hurt someone walking by or neighbors in the area. >> police believe the tree had decayed and was showing signs of rot. friday night high winds appeared to be just too much more it.
6:08 is our time. if you are headed to the a's or warriors game today, be sure to get there early. both games start around the same time today. the tipoff for the dubs is at the 12:30, and the first pitch for the a's game is scheduled for 1:05 this afternoon. fans are encouraged to get to the games early or take public transportation. parking lots open at 8:30 this morning and are expected to fill up fast. if you can't get to the game, watch it right here on abc7. tipoff is at 12:30 p.m. and then join sports director larry biel and mike shumann for "after the game." larry will be joined by warriors ambassador adonal foyle right here in the studio. >> we want to see your fan photos and video. post them to social media and use the #dubson7 so we can use them on air or online. i'm sure a lot of people will be getting into their warriors spirit with the gear today. >> yeah. >> and even if they don't go to the game, they will be there in spirit. >> that's right. and it will be a warm day. warmer than yesterday and less
wind. here's the look at santa cruz. it was 80 yesterday. now a southerly wind is going to pick up in the afternoon. cooler today. still nice. in the 70s in santa cruz. warmer at some of our bay area beaches beaches and mid-80s return for much of the inland valleys. i'll have the forecast next. >> lisa, thanks. also ahead, a new 360-degree look at last month's historic landing of the spacex rocket on a drone ship. >> they had to check whether they wanted steak or fish, and instead a whole bunch. you wrote in paul ryan >> the comedian in chief roasts politicians and reflects on his presidency. the top moments from
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annual correspondents dinner. for the first time in eight years both vice president joe biden and barack obama were in the house. we have the highlights. >> before obama spoke, white house reporters honored his eight-year presidency with a short video. but it hasn't all been a smooth ride. ♪ >> the video also touched on some of the president's spelling mistakes. he walked on to the stage to "you are going to miss me when i'm gone." >> you can't say it, but you know it's true. >> he also hints at who he thinks will be in the white house at this time. >> next year at this time someone else will be standing here in this very spot, and it's anyone's guess who she'll be. >> the democratic hopeful hillary clinton didn't attend but bernie sanders was in the crowd. >> we have the bright now face of the democratic party here tonight, mr. bernie sanders! [applause] >> obama also spoke fondly about his trip to europe last week. >> last week prince george showed up to our meeting in his bathrobe.
that was a slap in the face. >> the event wasn't all laughs. marin county native jason o'ryan, the washington post journalist who was held had in captivity for eight months was in attendance. he received an award and got a thunderous ovation when he took the stage. >> this is a big, intimidating room, but i can say that it beats solitary confinement. >> last time this year we spoke of jason's encourage as he endured the isolation of iranian prison. this year we see it in the flesh and it's a living testament to the very idea of a free press. he closed with these two words. >> obama out! >> and that was abc7 news anchor eric thomas reporting.
book buyers on castro street had its last sale yesterday. they have been in this location for 22 years. the owner said the landlord raised the rent more than 100% and as a result he's look for a new location in the bay area. the owner said he doesn't want to leave mountain view, but adds he isn't upset and understand the situation. >> times are changing and we have to adapt to stay alive and we are determined to stay alive. >> the owner hopes to raise $35,000 on gofundme to pay for a move. the book buyer's final day in mountain view today from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.. >> controversy this morning on a new gene editing tool and how it could threaten your safety. >> the genie is out of the bottle. how long before someone uses this for something bad? >> that's a very hard question. >> tonight the i-team investigates how the tool could be used to create biological weapons and what we need to do
to fight back. a new 360-degree look this mourning at the spacex's rocket suck sickness landing on a drone trip last month. you can spin and see any angle as it was landing. it could be a game changer for transportation because it may one day allow the company to reuse their rockets. they could attempt to launch the same rocket this summer. >> this photo was posted yesterday of san francisco, san jose and the whole bay area from the space. the aft had thought is currently living aboard the international space station. now to the end of the era to one of the greatest shows on earth. some of the big top's stars are retiring. we have the next chapter for some beloved elephants. >> these elephants are preparing to take their final bow.
for more than a century they have been the giant stars of the greatest show on earth. >> they are the greatest colleagues to have. >> but after decades of backlash from animal rights groups, all 11 elephants on tour will give their last performances tomorrow. >> we are so happy the majestic animals will know longer be subject be to this treatment. >> they will retire to a 200-acre conservation center run by the circus. >> these are members of our family and we know them because we live with them. it will be a thrill. >> changing the pageantry and play for retirement. and the superstars potentially leaving a giant footprint in the science world and undoubtedly in the hearts of staff. >> after the last performance, kelly ann and the rest of her pachyderm pals will go by train
from here in rhoadisland to florida after a lifetime of traveling. just one last trip before a well-earned retirement. abc news, providence, rhode island. >> sunday streets in san francisco. this is video from a previous event. there will be live music, dancing lessons, art installations and more. third street between 18th and yosemite and 22nd between third and indiana will be shut down for the event. today's sunday streets runs from 11:00 this morning until 4:00 p.m. also happening today, hundreds of people are expected to walk or run in another march of dimes event this morning. abc7 news reporter matt kellerler mc the event in silicon valley. this is video from a previous walk. march of dimes is a foundation that gives a fighting chance for every baby. they educate parents and doctors
about the best path for a healthy pregnancy. it starts at 9:00 this morning at history san jose. it should be a nice morning, easy morning for the people headed out there today. >> yes. it will be beautiful out there. we will already be talking about fire danger and high offshore flow. and point reyes warming to 76 today. how often and it that happen? the breeze barely there at the coast. that's why today will be the warmest day by far out of the next seven. may day. good morning, everyone. this is the look from our live doppler 7hd where you are looking at a huge dome of high pressure that encompasses the western third of the nation. we are look tech warmest day we will see in quite some time. a couple weak weather systems visiting us this week. this is a look where it's clear. 630 across the bay in oakland. a cool 46 half moon bay. 59 in san francisco. 57 in mountain view. 60 over in oakland.
and it's 50 in morgan hill. ex-moratorium camera, the winds will be much, much lighter today. and out of the east or the north. so it looks like we are looking at not only a quick warmup, but with less wind it will feel a lot warmer too. 47 livermore. 53 concord. 61 fairfield. low 50s for you in santa rosa and a cool 46 as the cool air descends into the napa valley. so that's where it's cooler in the valleys of our east bay. livermore, napa, 11 to 14 degrees cooler. feels good out there actually. and slightly warmer in hayward and san jose. so it's been a windy week. maybe you like the lack of wind. but with the wind coming from the east and the north, we are looking at that dry, dry air. so not too soon really to think about fire danger and have that on your mind to be careful out there today. clear skies this morning. sunny and warm today with showers possibly on thursday. you know another chance over the
weekend. the cut-off low will meander about throughout southern california and west of there. that could keep us in the chancy category the second half of the week. with temperatures in the mid-50s. water temperatures off the santa cruz coast, san francisco low 50s. it's going to be nice along the coast. half moon bay one of the cooler spots at 69. dough bagga bay 68. but elsewhere low 70s. and this is when the sea breeze kicks in. we will have a mild day at the shoreline. look what happens tomorrow. still have some of those oranges out toward the east but already we begin our cool down. tonight we will have a southerly surge. the low clouds and fog will begin to filter in. by tuesday we are almost back to normal around the bay. and by wednesday we are looking at a weather system headed our way. and another one in the second half of the later part of the upcoming work week that will allow for showers not only in the sierra nevada, southern california, maybe around here. but today its nothing but sun and warmth with 81 in oakland.
also fremont today. santa cruz cooler with the southerly surge. 83 napa. half moon bay near 70. the accuweather seven-day forecast. today sunny, warm, well above average. tomorrow coastal clouds and cooler at the shoreline. tuesday near average. and wednesday and thursday maybe a few drops. keeping it cloudy with a chance of showers into next weekend. all right, lisa. thank you. coming up next, staying mentally sharp and brain healthy as we get older. how our i almost everything. you know,ke 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.
is. >> a group of bay area middle school students will compete this week from the national science bowl. these photos show nearly 15,000 students from across the country showing off math and science skills. a group from san jose is one. two teams still remaining. the championship is tomorrow morning in washington, d.c. >> dozens of older adults gathered yesterday to laugh, learn, listen and educate themselves about brain health. abc7 sports anchor mike shumann hosted the event called "last lines" will local storytellers told stories about getting older. brain health is a national campaign to empower people and help them make the most of their brains as they age. we have much more ahead on the
>> good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. we can expect warm conditions across the area today. let's send it over to lisa argen. she's tracking weather where you live. hi, lisa. >> good morning. here's in san jose you notice the clear sky. it's 55. it's 60 in oakland. 59 in san francisco. and more upper 40s around morgan hill. from our exploratorium camera, sunshine and temperatures in the north bay are cool from 46 in napa to 51 in santa rosa. 53 in concord and a few more 40s out toward the livermore valley. 47 there. so with less wind and the clear sky and a big dome of high pressure in control that allows us to warm to 80 about noontime. mid-80s in the east bay. and look at the south bay. the oranges here. 70s replaced with 60s today
at the coastline. chris >> thanks, lisa. breaking news out of washington, d.c. right now. a freight train has derailed this morning. the derailment sent several cars off the track spilling hazardous materials. the train was traveling from maryland to north carolina. with he are told at least one derailed car is leaking sodium hydroxide which is used to produce various household products, including paper, soap and detergents. crews are working to contain the leak. no injuries reported. the big story across the country this weekend is deadly and destructive severe storms. more than 120 storm reports in 24 hours. s in texas a wall of water has now claimed six lives, four of them were children.
abc news has the latest. >> in texas floodwaters so ferocious they literally split the earth apart. >> oh, my gosh, it just opened up. >> the man who shot this video, make being it out of the car just in time. the flash flooding turned fatal in palestine, texas when a creek overflowed in the dead of night. >> you had to hold each other. >> first responders could not beat the raging waters to the home where 64-year-old linda asberry died with her four great grandchildren, all under 9 years old. neighbors listened helplessly to their cries. >> water was so high, they went under. there was nothing we could do. >> she was trying to swim but she had four kids and hard to do it by herself. >> the family now reeling from grief. s >> i'm trying to hold myself together. >> there it is. tornadoes flashed their way across texas and oklahoma. chris allen rescued his six children. >> luckily we wasn't in there. we stayed at the school. they have a safe room up there,
and we waited until the storm passed and this is what we came back to. >> winds damaged at least a dozen homes and tore across s stores leaving owners to pick through the wreckage wondering what merchandise could be salvaged. families along the gulf coast are bracing as the heavy rains push eastward. flood warnings in effect. abc news. a key race in the battle for s the presidency is just days away in indiana. challengers ted cruz and john kasich were in the bay area trying to chip april way at donald trump's support and to keep him from clinching the party's nomination. his wife, heidi, and his vice presidential pick carly fiorina were here. >> i know he needs someone exactly like carly to help him change this country. >> donald trump took a break from campaigning yesterday after protesters forced him to take a back entrance into the gop convention in burlingame on friday.
democratic candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders also took the day off. clinton is pulling ahead of sanders in indiana. she hopes a win there will strengthen her status as the likely nominee. >> and the donald trump moves closer to the gop nomination, ted cruz is speaking out. he will be on "this week" just two days before the make-or-break indiana primary. he leads with 34% of voters with trumps 29%. you can watch the interview on "this week" at 8:00 this morning on abc7. >> happening today hundreds of s people will descend on fruitvale plaza to march for international workers day, also known as may day. community members and organizations from across the bay area will be rallying to build support for economic and social justice. this is video from last year's event. labor movements used the day to recognize workers right. it is at noon followed by the march at the 1:00. >> this is another rally here for may day at the international longshore and warehouse union
hall on north street near fishermen's wharf. it will then head toward the ferry building. it starts at 11:00 this morning. s uber and advocates for the blind have reached a lawsuit settlement. the ride sharing company agreed to provide that existing and new drivers -- that they understand they legally must transport riders with guide dogs or service animals. in the federation for the blind also said that uber will immediately fire a driver after a single complaint if it determines the driver knowingly ied denied a person a ride because they were traveling with a service animal. it resulted after a lawsuit against uber. about. >> doctors can't explain it. a woman who was blind for 21 years as regained her sight. mary ann franco lost her sight after a serious car crash. recently she had fell at home and had surgery on her neck. when she woke up, she could see. >> i could see the sun and the clouds and the birds and squirrels running up and down the light poles.
and there was a big hawk out there the other day. >> and she came and said mary can see. i said no. after 21 years? i said wow. >> her neurosurgeon said it's truly a miracle. he thinks her car accident years ago may have kinked an artery in her spine, restricting blood flow to the part of her brain that controlled vision. ed when he performed surgery on her spine, he may have unknowingly unkinked the artery. >> the time right now is 6:37. we are taking a live look outside from our kgo roof camera. 63 degrees is the temperature in downtown san francisco. we will get a check of the full accuweather forecast with our meteorologist lisa argen in a little bit.
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s the first of 15 saplings made from the key's acorns have been planted in the nearby preserve. this is after they thought the old oak succumbed to disease, but judicious trimming may have given her more years of life. this will ensure the off spring will live none the bay area. >> certainly today will be a nice one to go outside and enjoy the outdoors. >> you may have to give the plants a drink. water. it will be warm. the warmest of the next seven. in san francisco it's 59 right now. just 47 in livermore. but we will make up for that cool air. in fact, mid-80s arrive in some neighborhoods, but it won't last. the seven-day outlook is coming up. >> lisa, thanks. also next, the a's go for their second straight win over the astros. bringing back a familiar face for season debut. 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,
i almost everything. you know,ke 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. >> in sports, the play a as you round two begins for the warriors today. today tip off at oracle arena at 12:30 for the golden state warriors. and at 5:00 p.m. the sharks battle the nashville preds at the sap center in game two of their seven-game series. the muck drops at 5:00 p.m. luke walton will be alongside steve kerr this afternoon when the warriors take on the blazers. yesterday walton talked to the media for the first time since accepting the head coaching job
with the lakers. here's mike shumann with details in this morning's sports. >> good morning. well, friday night the lakers hired warriors assistant coach luke walton for their head coach. luck will remain with the warriors until the playoffs are over. luke retired from the lakers just three years ago. now he is in charge of resurrecting the once-proud franchise. he led the warriors to the 34-0 record starting the season when he replaced steve kerr when he had back issues. he won two that will chips with his history with the lakers. he said his history with the lakers was a factor. >> i feel part of the family. [inaudible interview] >> it's nice to go back and rebuild what we used to have there. >> luke called me maybe around 4:00 or so. he said, i got good news and bad news. i said what's the good news? he said the lakers offered me the job. i said what's the bad news? he said i took it. [laughter] >> round two, game one between
the warriors and trailblazers today at 12:30. it's here on abc7. catch "after the game" with larry beil and adonal foyle and yours truly with the game action. >> now to the spurs. lamarcus leading the way. he had 38 points in 30 minutes. gets tripped and still manages to make the basket. spurs shot 61% from the field and win by 32 points and take the 1-0 lead in this series. after a rough spring training, they sent him to the minors, jesse hahn made it back to the big leagues yesterday pitching against the astros. mom said i should wear sunscreen, so he rubbed some on on the jumbotron. billy burns hit safely in his last games. bases loaded, two outs in the second. two-runs scored, 2-0 a's. plenty of the run support.
went 6 2/3 innings, allowed three hits. a's win 2-1. he said he's happy to be back in the big leagues. >> it just felt great. felt comfortable. i felt like i need to be here and to walk off and hear that was very special. >> we heard good things about his outings and it showed today. he came up and he was his old self and it's good to have him back. >> giants trying to rally from the 13-1 beat-down from the mets friday night. in the third, hunter pence with bases loaded base hit. 4-3 ballgame. 3 of 4, and fifth inning a two-run smack courtesy of matt cain, who suffered his third loss of the year. cain's 100th pitch ended up in the seats. turns out to be the game-inning run. giants fall to the nets 6-5, your final. that's the way the ball bounces. hope to see you at oracle. if not, 12:30 tipoff right here on abc7. i'm mike shumann. have a great day.
6:46 is our time. lisa, a break from the wind, but some warmth is the big story today? >> yeah, not the heat. you are right. warmer air from the upper elevations working down to the surface. it's here. and without the wind, boy, the warmup is already underway. sun was up at 6:13. so really from here on out it's about temperatures warming quickly with that offshore flow. we can even talk about fire danger, a one-day event. but tomorrow the low clouds and fog and the sea breeze. but tonight the winds will shift around and we will have a southerly surge that will cool off the beaches around monterey later today. right now a huge dome of high pressure. clouds going up and over the ridge. santa cruz 890 degrees yesterday. not as farm today because winds will shift late in the day and the fog, stratus will be offshore and you will get a pretty from good breeze by the
afternoon. in santa cruz, monterey, low 70s. 59 in san francisco. 60 oakland. 57 mountain view and mid-50s san jose. still 40s half moon bay and morgan hill. and as we look at the flags here, look how flat. there is no wind ata. we are looking at maybe 15 miles an hour at best. and you are going to have to be right on the coast for that. maybe up by point reyes or alema where temperatures will still be filed. 46 in novato and napa where the cool air is draining into the valley. 61 by the delta. 47 livermore. and even on the peninsula, temperatures will warm quickly and we could see 70 around half moon bay, pacifica. from the east bay hills camera looking at the clear sky this morning, sunny and warm. how about warmer today for most of you? and cooler with a chance of showers come thursday, lingering into the weekend. in fact, the sierra nevada all week long will see some pop-up showers. it will be a little bit
unsettled there, all the way down down to the southern sierra, as well. water temperatures lower. and the light sea breeze. high u.v. index. it be very nice with numbers near 70 ocean beach and half moon bay. and santa cruz still very pleasant at 76 degrees. we have partly cloudy skies. and in the last frame of this loop you see the green here with all the shower activity firing in the sierra nevada. not a lot, but that will be the theme for the next several days. partly cloudy in monterey. we are looking at low 70s in los angeles. certainly not as farm there. here's where we are looking at some interesting things. here comes the southerly surge, the stratus. this is tomorrow. sunshine for our afternoon. but then look what happens into tuesday. some clouds. then we are looking at some activity in the sierra come tuesday night into wednesday. and then by thursday some of this could drift into the bay area. so this is where we pick it up late on thursday.
you can see the activity there. and then by friday we've got a cut-off low that kind of meanders off the coast here. so it will keep us cool. bringing in extra clouds and maybe scattered showers by the end of the week. 84 san jose. look for near 70s at the beaches. sea breeze late in the day. 81 oakland. and speaking of the east bay we will look for the temperatures to be in the upper 70s to mid-70s. hoping you are going to get a little bit of a breeze in the afternoon there. so we are cooler tomorrow everywhere. and then near average tuesday. maybe a few sprinkles wednesday into thursday. another system behind that one, keeping it cool. kind. cloudy, and maybe a chance of rain. >> it's definitely feeling like summer this weekend near the bay. >> i know. >> thank you. in less than two weeks, a bay area landmark will open their doors for the first time in years. abc7 got an exclusive look what visitors will see once they are inside the new san francisco museum of modern art.
ama daetz has more. >> inside the san francisco museum of modern art, work is underbe way on a cultural destination. outside work is complete on the $305 million, 20-story, 225,000 square foot addition. >> it's grown tremendously. probably tripled the former size. we are one of the largest museums devoted to modern art in the world. >> they built a new building in 1995. >> remarkably in 20 short years, we outgrew the building >> the collection has grown in popularity and size, exploding from 12,000 pieces to roughly 32,000 works of art. there are 1100 works from don and doris fisher. they are co-founders of the gap. >> they had a deep affection for the museum, so it was a natural thing in the end we have this partnership with the museum to bring all the works in the fisher collection to the museum for everyone in san francisco
and everyone that comes to this museum to see. >> the fisher collection is so big, only a quarter of it will be on display when the museum opens on may 14th. the museum has been closed since 2013. opening day is already sold out. the new building is expected to be as big of an attraction as the art. the expansion was designed by renown architectural firm. >> we engaged them because they seemed to have the ability not only to create great spaces for art, but great welcoming, warm, engaging spaces for people, as well. >> visitors will immediately see the difference. a massive staircase replaces the old one. there will be 40,000 square feet on the ground floor open to the public free of charge. that's as much space as they had prior to the museum expansion. a massive living wall will help tie the inside to the outside. the gallery spaces will be grand, as well. each of the seven floors is bathed in natural light. exterior is designed to mimic san francisco's maritime
climate. >> you can wake up in the morning and it's bright and sunny and the afternoon it's foggy and it turns sunny again. the fog is moving in and out, the sun is popping up. we wanted to take advantage of that. so we capture the light and cast unusual shadows. >> creating a new landmark for san francisco that is truly a work of art in itself. ama daetz, abc7 news. >> we hope you will join ama for a very special tour of the museum. catch it right here on abc7 next friday at 6:30. >> coming up, why things are about to get weird in a
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and festivities. today's festival runs from noon to 8:00 p.m. in san francisco's south of market district. lisa, a final weather check. >> nothing weird about that. may day for you today. we had the island breeze yesterday. no such luck today. near 70 at the coast. upper 70s and mid-80s for you in san jose. and 84 in livermore. the accuweather seven-day forecast it's cooler tomorrow. in fact, you might feel the breeze tonight or later on today throughout the coast. near average. chance of showers wednesday, thursday, and into next weekend, as well. maybe a few sprinkles but it cools us off and keeps temperatures in the range where they should be for early may. >> lisa, thank you. and thanks for joining us on the abc7 morning news. for carolyn tyler lisa argen. i'm chris nguyen. the news continues now online with our abc7 news app. "good morning america" is next. abc7 news continues the at 9:00
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