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>> it's sunday, may 8th. thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen in for carolyn tyler. we know maybe of you have plans on this mother's day morning so let's send it over to lisa argen with a first look at live doppler weather hd. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris. a few breaks in the overcast already. that's the plan for the rest of the day. you see the showers over into the sierra nevada. that's where they are pretty much going to stay through the spine of the mountains here. but we are look at the clouds here in santa cruz with numbers from the low 50s here to the low 60s mountain view, 56 in the city, and the golden gate bridge plenty of layers of clouds. 57 in fairfield, as well as novato. 56 in santa rosa. so later on today you will have
some sunshine and temperatures will come up a few degrees. we will be look at numbers from the upper 60s to low 70s inland. around the bay mid-and upper 60s. still kind of cool at the coast but a warmup is underway. chris. >> lisa, thank you. >> new details on the stabbing death of a long time san francisco public defender. police sources confirm marleau suffered 40 stab wounds friday morning. authorities have arrested her nephew for the murder and friends are absolutely horrified by this violent crime. abc7 news alyssa harrington has the story. marla zamora was a force of nature. >> maria tearfully remembers her friend, marlo zamora, who police say was killed by her own they nephew. the women worked until until she retired in 2007. >> for me in particular, she was the only role model i had as a latino woman at the public defenders woman. she took me under her wing. >> we don't know what happened between zamora and her nephew. neighbors said they heard
yelling and saw her bloodied in the backyard. she was stabbed many times. police arrested her 20-year-old nephew. he was found inside and covered in blood. >> all i could say is she loved her family very much, and she was always trying to help her family. >> all day friends, former clients and co-workers stopped by to pay respects to the long time attorney outside her home. gail added to the growing pile of flowers. >> she was kind and generous. she was a good neighbor. >> zamora worked for the public defender's office for 29 years. she set up a private practice and was still taking cases until her death. in san francisco, alyssa harrington, abc7 news. time now is 9:03. the warriors lost to the trail blazers in portland last night. steph curry will participate in a 3-on-3 practice session today, hoping to return to game four tomorrow night. there was a lot that went wrong
last night but the warriors -- but the blazers played well against oakland's own damian lillard. the blazers are the first team to beat them twice this year. >> >> i just didn't feel like we played with the desperation that's necessary to win a playoff game. >> you don't want to be down 0-3 period, especially to this team. i just wanted to come out and be aggressive and leave it all out there. our guys followed suit and we got it done. about final score 120-108. braisers take the win but the dubs are still up two games to one. game four is monday night in portland at 7:30. despite the loss, the fans are still obsessed with their dubs. that includes a group of young people who combine their love of the game with their own play-by-play. leslie brinkley shows us more >> it was a bumper for warriors fans who held on hope for all four quarters.
>> we will give them one game, but we know we have this. >> it would be nice to bring steph curry back on monday. have him play monday and wednesday, and take the series at home. >> despite the warriors lost, there are teenagers making every game a winning one. >> hi, damian. >> this eighth grader and his friends staged a halftime post-game report from their garage that they post on youtube. >> i think the warriors need to limb the turnovers n the background food for the neighbors and a big screen tv and a garage even painted and customized with help from his grandmother. >> this is like a shrine to the warriors. >> yes, and some people actually they don't believe we actually did this. some people think it's a picture or a video off the internet. >> i can say it's not. it's remarkable. >> yes. thank you. >> he says, you know what? it's not just sports, it's teaching angles, directions, and i feel like i'm solving
equations. and i thought, oh, my gosh, he really loves it. we are true warrior fans. >> dub nation inspiration. in san francisco, abc7 news. >> the sharks are now one win away from advancing to the conference finals. last night they returned to a sold-out s.a.p. center after a triple-overtime loss to the nashville predators on thursday. sharks cap tab joe pavelski scored two goals, adding to his league leading 8 goals in the playoffs. san jose beat them 5-1 taking a 3-2 series lead. game six is back in nashville. >> protesters are planning a general strike tomorrow at city halt in san francisco over recent police shootings in the city. last night the frisco five said they were end be their 17-day-long hunger strike. the group was admitted to the hospital friday because of their
declining health. they say their causes will be better served by staying and fighting rather than starving and dying. the announcement came hours after religious leaders offered them a prayer for strength. >> they have shown enormous courage and dedication. they have served our community so well by lifting up so much pain and anger that goes back for decades in our communities because of the way people in our communities have been treated by law enforcement. >> friday night protesters who supported the frisco five stormed city hall. they made it into the entrance before deputies blocked their path. a total of 33 protesters were arrested. in the east bay, police arrested two people after a fire ripped through a home in hayward. first we will show you the video of one of those arrests. police say this woman was intoxicated and interfering with firefighters on sleepy hollow avenue. one officer took her down to the ground and she needed medical attention. earlier around 5:00 p.m. yesterday you see flames and smoke pouring out of the home in this video shot by a neighbor across the street. no one was hurt, but neighbors watching it all were concerned.
>> everything was just on fire and you could hear crackling and popping in the house. we thought maybe the house was going to blow up. >> officers also handcuffed the homeowner after the fire. they say he was seen leaving the home shortly after the fire started and then returned a short time later. police questioned and later released him. >> police in san leandro are trying to find several people related to an early morning burglary and possible shooting yesterday. this ended here on doolittle drive, a mile away in oakland. they filed the suspicious car to this parking lot where the driver lost control and crashed. several people inside the car ran away. >> a reminder for bart service this morning. theres no train service between the san leandro and bay fair station. it's part of the ongoing work to repair equipment and track. bart is running a bus bridge for
passengers but delays are likely. the work is scheduled for additional weekends through june 19th. there's a new powerball winner this morning. one ticket sold in new jersey matched all six numbers last night to win the 7th largest jackpot in the game's history. $429 million. one ticket sold in san jose matched five of the six numbers abc7 news was at cast and flask liquors on camden avenue. if you bought your ticket there you are may be nearly $1.3 million richer. the store owner also gets a bonus for selling the ticket. >> you can buy a lot of tickets. >> at least three powerball millionaires have been made in san jose in the past three years. the most recent before last night came last weekend at the valero on saratoga avenue. check your tickets. we also have those numbers listed on our website abc7news.com. >> all right. a little gloomy out there, lisa. >> it is, but we are beginning to see a few peaks of sawn from
san jose to napa. and from our exploratorium camera you see just a little bit of are sunlight there under the bay bridge. 57 san francisco and half moon bay. it's 60 in san jose and concord. we will warm up a little bit for mother's day. a little more so in the next few days and we will talk about the week ahead, which is pretty typical for may. >> lisa, thanks. also ahead, amazing video. storm chasers captured a tornado before earning enough cash back from bank of america to buy a new gym bag. before earning 1% cash back everywhere, every time and 2% back at the grocery store. even before he got 3% back on gas. kenny used his bankamericard cash rewards credit card to join the wednesday night league. because he loves to play hoops. not jump through them. that's the excitement of rewarding connections. apply online or at a bank of america near you.
>> welcome back. tornadoes in colorado this weekend. take a look here. the national weather service said four tornadoes hit yuma county, about 100 miles east of denver. at least five people have minor injuries after the tornadoes touched down. large hail and severe thunderstorms also moved through the area yesterday. we have new details about the chp officer injured yesterday morning in sacramento on highway 50. the driver of the fed ex truck that hit the officer has been identified as 41-year-old gregory ramirez of san leandro. they say he was driving under the influence. the officer is still in the hospital but is expected to be fine. time is 9:13.
have you noticed more help wanted signs in restaurants around the city lately? it's not a coincidence. it turns out restaurants are having harder time than ever filling their positions. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian explains. >> san francisco's restaurant scene continues to be hot, but the candidates to fill open positions are drying up. help wanted signs are posted all over and for the first time they are staying up for months. >> it's very expensive to live in san francisco. if you are a cook making $30,000 a year, it's tough to make that decision to stay in the industry. >> a one bedroom in san francisco goes for about $3,000 a month. restaurant owners admit they can't afford to pay the employees enough to stay in the city where they want to work. >> i have people who want to move here from san diego or sacramento or wherever and i don't even talk to them because i know they can't afford to come here, right? >> we can't relocate. >> which is why many are leaving the restaurant industry and finding jobs at tech startups or even uber drivers.
>> this server helped a friend helped a friend get a job at a restaurant be but he quit shortly after starting. >> working as a uber driver works more as a busboy or cook. >> hiring bus boys and cooks take the longest since those positions don't always have access to tips. >> it's been hard to get a staff put together. we have been working on it for a couple of months. >> those in the industry say possible solutions may be to raise prices for consumers to then increase salaries in the kitchen. in san francisco, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. turning to politics, only -- donald trump is responding to paul ryan's comments about how the house speaker is not ready to endorse him for the nomination. last week donald trump became the last gop presidential candidate standing before the convention. he said he can make the party knew again. trump spoke to george
stephanopoulos on "this week" and said he doesn't think the republican party needs to be reunified. and paul ryan speaks out about his statement about his conserve tim. >> you are saying he has to come to you? you are not going to go to him? >> no, certainly i will go down the middle. but i was very surprised and very disappointed because we should be -- we have to be cheerleaders for the republican parties. >> thursday trump will meet with ryan face-to-face to make a case for his support. hillary clinton's main opponent, senator bernie sanders, able announced yesterday he he will e back in california this week. he plans to hold a are rally and tuesday morning in stockton. tomorrow the san francisco department of elections will open the city hall voting center. anyone registered to vote in the city can cast a ballot at the center in the 29 day streeting period before the or on the jun.
the voting center will be open weekdays from 8 to 5 and the two weekends before election day. 9:16 the time. an effort to spruce up a portion of sonoma county is sparking a debate. some might call it controversy but others describe it as good business. at the heart of it all, a sculpture of a chicken. >> the abc7 news report he wayne freed shows us what people are talking about. >> sometimes it takes more than a good burrito or grilled chicken. >> they are really good. >> no doubt, but what it took for them to get a 20% bump in business? this, a chicken sculpture, now mounted up above the entrance. >> i am the culprit. blame me. ricoh has transformed a two mile stretch of highway 12 near sonoma county near boyes hot springs. it's not what it used to be. >> most people drove with their heads down and i came up with the idea how about if i brighten it up a bit. >> this is what happens when sonoma county funds it. a project to improve the facades
of local businesses. it becomes an art experiment? >> no, it's not art to me. >> clearly the project has critics and also fans. martin calls it a branding after reasoning. and some say it's paying off. >> because people see us and notice us and they think it's interesting and they figure we have fun stuff because of it. >> and then came the chicken. >> the chicken is a little in your face. the swings, on springs, flaps when the wind blows. >> you can't put a bright bandaid on a gaping wound. >> it's been called many things, gaudy, whimsical and wonderful. >> it's a way to get acknowledged. >> and it's working. along a stretch of highway 12 that isn't plain anymore. abc7 news. abc7 news joined us for a fiesta for moms in oakland yesterday at transit village.
moms got a taste of local culture from break dancing and is to mariachi performance. there were events for kids, as well as great food to try out. lisa, i have to say happy mother's day to you. >> thank you. i appreciate it. a lot of moms out there celebrating and putting their feet up later on today. good morning, everyone. we are looking at brighter condition around the day this afternoon. in fact, already some sunshine. but most of the sun is well to the south of us. and we have several layers of clouds. those will be turning back and we will be enjoying a partly cloudy afternoon for most of us. the rain has ended. a couple hundreds in san jose and the peninsula and just ended on blue cannon. you can see what's left of the system. low is actually over in arizona and that wraparound moisture really just had us pretty soggy the past couple of days. .2 in napa and .13 in santa cruz
yesterday. 57 in san francisco. 59 oakland. 51 mountain view. 60 for you. 56 in morgan hill. and half moon bay sitting at 57. the clouds here from the golden gate bridge, 56 santa rosa. 58 napa, 57 novato and the dewpoints are closed to the tall air temperature. feels kind of muggy out by the delta and concord and livermore in the upper 50s. finally from the exploratorium camera, looking pretty gray but we are get into the partly cloudy sky this afternoon. wednesday looks nice, as well. then temperatures will be come down to seasonal readings, which really are in the upper 60s to low 70s for this time of year. doing pretty good on rainfall. looking at about 100% of normal in san francisco. less than that on the peninsula. hears the forecast animation for later on this afternoon. notice we get some clearing. even at the coast here. really not bad. the low clouds and fog will be back in the picture the next
several days and by tuesday one of our warmer days. we have some 80's in line for the east bay valleys and also up toward napa with mid-70s on the peninsula. still kind of cool at the coast. numbers will come down just a little bit on wednesday. should be very nice, though, with plenty of sunshine in the afternoon away from the shoreline. so with the dry conditions, we will look for the pollen to increase the next several days. especially wednesday into thursday. juniper, olive and cedar trees will be the culprit hear but we will be lacking at highs around the bay today. a little cool but not as cool as yesterday and certainly a little brighter. 69 in concord. look for about 70 in san jose. 71 for you in morgan hill with 68 in santa rosa. the accuweather seven-day forecast, we're looking at the clouds listing around the bay for a partly cloudy afternoon. and slightly warmer tomorrow. about 80 inland. tuesday and wednesday, low 70s on the coast.
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when you will take your car in to be serviced the last thing you expect is for it to come back damaged. a richmond woman said that's exactly what happened when she took her car in for new tires. michael finney stepped in to help. >> jackson pulls into her jackson with her husband. she had brought her car into this big o tires in richmond to get new tires. she said her car was hit by another vehicle while in the shop. >> i didn't notice it was hit until i was ready to drive off. and then i noticed that the back of my bumper had been dented. >> the dent is not as noticeable now. but this is a picture taken by an auto bodyshop before the dent popped out. this is the gap that still exists between the bumper and the body of the car. >> it could make rain go in there, maybe water could get in there, maybe there could be water on the inside of my trunk or something, i don't know. >> queen said a big o employee admitted the dent wasn't there when the car was brought in. of the manager wasn't at big o. she tried to reach him later but she said he was hard to track
down. >> this went on like three to four weeks for me calling every day, every other day. >> when she finally reached him the manager asked for more estimates, but she said she couldn't take more time off work and called "7 on your side" instead. >> after that he sent me an e-mail and said he would pay for the car. but that was after channel 7 called them. >> the manager declined an interview. queen has been a good and loyal customer with no past problems. they cannot determine what happened, but believe she's telling the truth and have agreed to reimburse her for the repairs. >> thank you so much for helping out. without "7 on your side" none of this would happen. >> we just talked to queen and she tells us big o has reimbursed her for both her repairs and rental car costs. i'm michael finney, "7 on your side." >> you can save hundreds of dollars on leather furniture by buying an alternative but some question the quality of
so-called bonded and bi-cast leather. tonight michael finney takes a look at what you are really buying on a special 7 on your side investigation. the gilroy garlic fries have become such a big hit, there's now a shortage. they introduced them two weeks ago at four south bay locations. they became so popular mcdonald's will be out of the fries for a few weeks. the company previously indicated it could start serving the gilroy garlic fries at all 250 bay area locations later this summer. >> we have much more ahead on the abc7 morning news. consolidating his power. why u.n. officials believe the leader of north korea is about to conduct another nuclear test. also, following in his mom's footsteps. how prince harry i
>> it is great to have you with us. i'm chris nguyen. web are starting this hatch hour with a quick look at the weather. hears meteorologist lisa argen. she's tracking the conditions where you live on this mother's day morning. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris, good morning to you. here's the roof camera. you see a slight southwest wind blog here. temperatures in the 50s and cloudy downtown. we will get into a little sunshine later. 61 mountain view and upper 50s from morgan hill and emeryville site now pretty gray. mid-50s santa rosa, 59 in concord. the clouds will lift, but not all of them. we will be stuck with partly cloudy skies. 60s on the coast as far north as the north bay. a few 70s east bay and the santa clara valley. we will talk about 80s arriving by you tuesday. chris. >> thank you. developing news out of southeastern china. as many as 35 workers have been buried under rocks and mud following a landslide at a construction site. china's president is calling for maximum rescue efforts to find
the workers. chinese officials say it's still unclear what caused the landslide, but the area at seen at least 8 inches of rain in the past few days. residents are being warned to weary of possible landslides brought on by heavy rain. a fire in canada could take weeks to put out. it's forced nearly 100 be -- 100,000 people from their homes. it's destroyed 1600 structures. firefighters are facing dry and extremely windy conditions. >> voters in london have elected their first muslim mayor. he want in a landslide. he said he hopes to be a strong leader for all people. london conservatives ran on the campaign suggesting that he would weaken the city's security. >> suspected mexican drug lord el chapo is at a new prison
closer to the united states. he was transferred from mexico city prison to another just across the border from el paso, texas. they said it will be easier to extradite him. the defense team was not made aware of the move until after it happened. >> this morning we are getting a rare look inside north korea as unpredictable leader kim jong un works to solidify his area on top. we have details from north korea. >> what a show the ruling part here is staging. the star, kim jong un, the young leader consolidating his power and brandishing his nucs. is they think he may be ready to try another nuclear test.
it's like we were taken on a tour at the women's concert. the new breast cancer screening facility and this pristine new neighborhood, towering apartment blocks reserved for scientists and engineers. inside luxury living north korean style. and in the grand subway built by his grandfather, the old cars were built in east germany. >> this is a brand new railroad car. built in north korea and they are fiercely proud of it. on the board, screens though weather and traffic. then i tried to buy a smartphone. one made only in north korea. >> no twitter, no facebook. angry birds, though. >> we took a selfie on it. >> can she send this to me? >> no. >> north korea may seem weird but it's getting more and more dangerous to the u.s. kim jong un is sending a message, that his regime is here to stay. terry moran, abc news. >> hang today, two popular vantage point from the golden gate bridge will be off-center. only two buses can still access
the lots. taxis will only be allowed to drop off passengers at the point. it starts at 11:00 this morning until 5:00 p.m. and this is part of an ongoing effort to ease traffic congestion during peak hours. >> after six years of dispute with oracle and google over copyright disputes, they will head back to court tomorrow. it's the complaint that google used their java software without permission. in 2012 the jury did not come to an agreement whether it fell under fair use. oracle appealed the case and the case goes back to court. the trial starts tomorrow in san francisco and is expected to last several weeks. now to prince harry making the rounds in orlando, florida where this year's invictus games will kick off today. the sporting event is for injured sporting members and was created by harry to inspire recovery by sports and competition. we are in orlando with the story. >> this morning 15 nations
competing in prince harry's invictus games. a paralympic style event launched by the royals in 2014 in london but this year for the first time in the united states. >> i think they want to put on an amazing show and makes sure everybody enjoys it. >> prince harry said his main goal is to honor those who gave it all to their country. >> this is a big moment for everyone to say thanks to the guys who put their lives on the line. >> the next five days more than 500 military athletes will attend sporting events, including wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball and in-door rowing. during training the prince encouraging athletes, taking pictures with them by the pool, sharing stories on the volleyball court. >> retired u.s. navy man first class is competing in this year's games. after 2004 deployment at the height of the fighting, she
suffered from ptsd. on this mother's day, prince harry is following in principle ses dine ana's footsteps, helping others to overcome personal obstacles. >> to me personally mentally when you are having the down days. >> their son reflecting on how much these events have changed their family. the opening ceremonies kick off the games tonight. brings harry looking forward to victories for these athletes, both on the field and in life. >> this is not a sob story, it's far from it. this and a story of success and a story of the most amazing "invictus" spirit. >> abc news. >> still ahead on the abc7 morning news. no more pencils, no more brushes. there's a brand new cosmetic procedure giving women those perfect eyebrows every time. first as we head to break, you can see a lot of people are
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>> happening today, 600 children battling cancer, as well as their families, having a day of fun with an nfl hall of famer. former 49er ronny lott will stop by great america as the amusement park hosts the greatest kids day event. this is video from last year. the american cancer society organizes the day as a way for kids with cancer to have fun. today marks the 20th year of the event. nearly 14,000 kids have enjoyed it ever since it started. the. >> they will need jackets as they head out. >> yeah, a little cool.
temperatures a little below average there. but in san jose you are enjoying some sunshine. numbers in the 60s. highings today near 70 degrees. you will make it near 80 in the next couple of days. i will have the details next. >> thanks. also ahead, oakland's own damian lillard makes it a much more difficult series for the wa
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>> good sunday morning to you. time is 9:42. we are looking outside from our abc7 roof camera. you have see the wind blowing the flag atop the ferry building. we will get a full check of the forecast with lisa argen in just a bit. in sports, warriors guard steph curry is expected to play on a 3-on-3 session today in the hopes of returning to game four in portland. last night the dubs dropped game three to the blazers. abc sports director larry beil has the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> good morning, everybody. the warriors now have some decisions to make. how do they stop damian lillard in game four of the playoff series? and do they start steph curry. game three in portland turned into a barrage of threes by the blazers. steph tested his knee, but he was a spectator at game time. damian lillard came out on fire. dubs, the biggest lead at 8. played with 18 in the period. the blazers with al-farouq aminu, and tied it at 32 after
the free throw. damian lillard started lighting it up. oakland's own. the triple and the 6-point portland lead. he had 25 points the first half. blazers by a dozen at the break. draymond green with a huge one in his own right. 19 of his career high 37 come in the third quarter. draymond cuts it to 7, but lillard, just too much damian. 40 points, 10 assists. the blazers become the first team to beat the warriors twice this year. 120-108, the final in rip city. golden state up 2-1 in the series headed into game four monday night in portland >> i just didn't feel like we played with the desperation that's necessary to win a playoff game. >> you don't want to be down 0-3 period, especially to this team. i just wanted to come out and be aggressive and leave it all out there. our guys followed suit and we got it done. a much more enjoyable playoff story in san jose. the sharks bounced back from a
triple overtime loss and beat nashville in crucial game five. nashville never won a playoff game in san jose. now 0-7. first period, the pass. patrick marleau the finish. his second in the series. 1-0, team teal. just over a minute after nashville ties it. joe thornton finds the captain, joe pavelski. 2-1, sharks. second period, donskoi. springs logan coyote for the breakaway. goes between the legs of pekka rinne, 3-1. tied for most in these playoffs. the sharks take a 3-2 series lead, a big 5-1 victory with game six coming up monday night in nashville. >> we still have work to do and they are a very good team. we've seen that. i like the fact i think we are getting better as the series has gone on. every game we are getting a little bit better, getting more contributions, playing better as a team.
and we've got to carry that into game six because they aren't going to roll over. we know that. >> on to baseball. matt duffy was in danger of missing his dinner date last night. giants and rockies played for 4 hours 20 minutes. a 13-inning marathon. they played between the raindrops at&t park. this game was scoreless through nine. colorado takes the 1-0 lead in the tenth. bottom of the tenth brandon belt tripled. brandon crawford singles him in to tie it up at 1 a piece. they go on and on and on. rally caps on. to the bottom of the 13th. two on, one out for matt duff. they matt line gets down. conner scores. good night, game over, drive home safely and get your dinner. and the giants win it 2-1. after being rained out on friday night, the a's and orioles a double-header on saturday. sixth inning jeb lowry. 3 for 5 with 2 rbis. singles home. two of them coming on this
eighth inning bomb. his eighth of the year. the a's take game one. 8-4. but they lose game two of the twinville by a score of 5-2. that's a wrap on morning sports. happy mother's day, everybody! i'm larry beil. >> 9:47 is our time. lisa argen is here now with the accuweather forecast. lisa, no rain right now but the clouds are having some issues over at sfo? >> yeah, 37 minute delays there. only .02 at the airport yesterday and .07 in the city. seemed like more as all the folks were sitting in the rain there at&t park. today some sunshine. not a whole lot, but enough out there. partly cloudy will be the forecast. and right now live doppler 7hd is quiet. that pesky area of low pressure that brought up the rain the last couple days is all the way into arizona. but the counter clockwise motion has broad the rain back into the bay area and it's still in the
mountains. in santa cruz right now beginning to see a little sun there. it's sunny to the south. we will look at increasing sunshine throughout the central coast today. 57 right here. 59 in oakland and 62 mountain view, morgan hill and half moon bay upper 50s. it's going to be is a cool week at the coast with the low clouds and fog. we are looking at the bay bridge. 56 santa rosa with 57 in novato. 58 livermore. concord at. 60 by the delta. and da point and actual air temperature pretty similar. feels a little muggy but we will lose some of the cloud cover throughout the day. dry things out a bit. mostly cloudy this morning. we will see peaks of sun this afternoon. sunny and warmer tomorrow. tuesday looks to be the warmest day of the week. wednesday a little cooler. and temperatures the rest of the week will level off and be fairly comfortable. we aren't looking at any big extremes. there is another area of low pressure that kind of wants to visit us next week. we will see how that pans out.
here are the showers. thunderstorms in the northern sierra, yosemite. showers today. 57. partly cloudy in los angeles. as we look at san jose, today a bit below average. the average is 74. your warmest day will be tuesday and pretty nice on wednesday and temperatures coming down a few degrees the rest of the week. livermore pretty similar. 74 tomorrow. 80 on tuesday. 77 wednesday. a very pleasant by the end of the week. highs today with partly cloudy skies. lacking at 63 in the city. 64 san rafael. upper 60s heading north toward napa today. 70 in san jose. if you are heading to atkinson park this afternoon, it should be nice out there. partly cloudy. low 60s 1:00. and the temperature should hold throughout the afternoon with a light wind. the accuweather seven-day forecast, today featuring just a little bit of sun. temperatures still on the cool side. tomorrow mid-70s and upper 60s around the bay. a slow warmup through the day. high 80 inland.
more sun on wednesday. should be nice with the 20 detropical spread from the coast to the inland valleys and dropping off a little bit thursday, friday into next weekend. and we have the same pattern again. an area of low pressure is going to move the to north of us. we will see if it squeezes out any raindrops by the end of next week. >> good to know. i know you are a proud mom of three. the young ones still at home. any plans today? >> not that i know of. >> maybe they will surprise you when you get home. >> yeah. >> thank you. and happy mother's day to you. >> thanks. >> a cosmetic technique is raising eyebrows in a good way. it's a method of creating semi permanent eyebrows without the marking pen lack of traditional eyebrow tattooing. ama daetz has the details. >> trin joyner has a problem with her eyebrows. >> what i don't like about my eyebrows, i don't have any. >> while mother nature may have shorted her, she is hoping to close the gap with a procedure known as microblading.
at this nail bar she is preparing the tools she will use to thicken the look of her eyebrows. >> now i want to clean her up and numb her. >> with anesthetic they feel a light scratching sensation during the treatment. although it uses ink, it's a world away from the flat eyebrow tattooing of the past. >> you won't be able to tell that she has it done. the old method you look at them and it's a big line on their face. >> with microblading the technician feathers delicate cuts into the surface of the skin to travel the ink. the goal is to create the hairs. >> her hair now going up. >> she said this version called soft tap takes the technique even further. the pens are made up of tiny needles and over the course of the procedure she will alternate her strokes, feathering up and tapping down. >> different direction, it's like shadowing. now i'm making the depth to it.
when you look at it, it's a line but behind it there's so many dots behind it. she said the result is a more three-dimensional look as seen in these before and after photos. after several hours trinn gets a chance to see her results. her new eyebrows will last about a year before requiring a touch-up. since the technique is done near the surface of the skin, it can be readjusted to make sure clients wind up with the work they want. ama daetz, abc7 news. >> and the soft tap technology was developed here in the bay area. the company is based in pleasanton. the price varies but it typically starts at about $350. up next, why thousands of runners flew around disneyland
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stadium yesterday. they spent the last nine weeks doth math challenges for a project called learn storm. a school in san carlos topped the leaderboard. they joined other kids to may the games. the 49ers hosted yesterday's event, which included a few of the players. about. >> this morning it was the fifth annual tinkerbell half-marathon at the disneyland resort. propelled by pixy dust, thousands of runners are spending their mother's day morning flying through disneyland in california, adventure park and the streets of anaheim. you are looking at video from last year's run. it's one of the top three women-focused races in the country. disney is the parent company of abc7. >> 9:56 is our time. a final weather check with lisa. >> they have had showers there too. and the shower activity continues in the sierra nevada. we see increasing sunshine today. partly cloudy skies by this afternoon. 53 san francisco. 67 oakland, 70 san jose. everyone still a little bit
below average but we are going to fix that. we will keep the low fog and clouds at the coast. lower 60s throughout the week. low 70s for the warmest days on tuesday and wednesday and near 80 around walnut creek, pleasanton and san jose. temperatures down just a few degrees for seasonal averages. that will be fireworks don't you think? >> we will take it. lisa, thank you. thanks for joining us on the abc7 morning news. carolyn tyler is back next sunday. for lisa argen, i'm chris ngyen. nba playoffs continues this afternoon. the nba countdown gets you ready for game four between the cavaliers and hawks as cleveland goes for the sweep. tipoff at 12:30. abc7 news continues at 5:00 p.m.. the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and on all of your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. as we say good-bye we leave you with a a live look outside on this mother's day morning from
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