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>> it's saturday, may 21st. good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm i'm chris nguyen. we are off to a cool start across the bay area. here's meteorologist lisa argen with a live look at doppler 7hd. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris. we are looking at the possibilities of showers around the bay today. we have the storm impact scale once again that denotes the size of the storm you can expect. this is a 1, a light one. anywhere from .01 to .015-inch. rain and a slight chance after thunderstorm. a look at the clouds right now. notice not much going on locally. as we slide down to around monterey, davenport, you see showers offshore here. yesterday you heard about the
activity in the sierra nevada. no watches or warnings right now. but higher elevations could still is it see a few snowflakes anywhere from 5,000 to 7,000 feet. this is the area of low pressure. it takes it's time drifting to the east. as it does we could see a few showers drift into the bay. a live look from santa cruz. you see the clouds and 53 in the city. san jose 56. from our roof camera, good news is we aren't going to be talking about the gusty winds. we will talk about cool temperatures and the possibility of showers coming up. chris. >> lisa, thank you. we have breaking news out of oakland where crews are in the process of containing a destructive four-alarm fire. six or seven businesses have been burned on the corn i of 73rd and mcarthur. crews were alerted to the fire around 1:30 this morning. at this time there are no reports of any injuries. the cause remains under investigation. in developing news out of san jose, two people have been shot and taken to the hospital. we know one of them is a 20-year-old man.
the shooting happened at 12:30. it was in crawford court. police marked the spots where they found the bullet casings. the suspect is believed to have run from the scene through the park. >> we have a call into san jose police for more details. >> crews remain at the scene of a grass fire in fairfield this morning. they are on the watch for hotspots. strong winds forced authorities to evacuate ten structures, not knowing where the flames would spread. here's leslie brinkley with the update. >> with the wind it could have been worse. crews will stay and make sure embers don't reignite and blow to other houses. rekindling a frightening fire. the the flames roared to life at 3:45 in the afternoon. police say it was a homeless encampment along this might
being trail. it spread through the field and the fence. >> my fence is on fire and i have the hose out. and i watched the back garage burn down with all my tools in it. >> neighbors said you could feel the heat. they were wind-driven flames. >> the wind was picking up. i seen it travel from tree to tree. then it got to this tree and caused this house to go up. >> these are the trees that passed the flame like a torch to the houses. within a minute another house was on fire. three structures severely damaged. but no one injured. many rescued pets and belongings. >> it was pretty chaotic, lots of smoke, lots of flames. lots of people yelling, getting people out. officers banging on doors. >> everybody is yelling fire, there's a fire. >> police decided to evacuate ten homes on the south side of santa barbara way. the four-alarm fire was under control within an hour, but smoke and fear still linger in the neighborhood. abc7 news, leslie brinkley..
>> time now 6:03. 25 people are out of their homes after a two-alarm fire at an apartment complex in bay point. it started yesterday afternoon around 2:00 on shoreview court. no one was hurt. investigators have not determined how the fire started. in quintati, take a look at this video. it shows a tree that came crashing down on two power poles, knocking out fire to 140 customers. power has since been restored. gusty winds may be the factor. and gusty powerful winds was the story on friday. more than 40 flights were cancelled at san francisco international and there were other wind-related problems across the area. abc7 news reporter sergio quintana has the story. >> friday night flights were delayed in san francisco because of the wind. where are you flying to? >> l.a. >> are you delayed? >> very delayed. we were expecting to go 8:50. >> he left at least an hour behind schedule. wind gusts pushed air-traffic
controllers to delay flights taking off. 44 flights were cancelled. cincinnati resident johnathan joyce decided to watch it instead of waiting in the terminal. >> i'm here to kill another hour. the flight was set to go 10:45. 11:45 now. >> this tree branch snapped and knocked out power to one home. in san francisco the southbound lane of the great highway was closed because of sand dunes blowing on to the asphalt. in christie field, it was mostly clear. >> you see the sand kicking up up like that, like that layer, almost like fog over the sand, i like that, but nobody else does. >> several said the wind was good, but not consistent. it was just enough to get around. >> the guys over there with these foils, they can go in the lower winds but for us we prefer the 20 mile-an-hour. >> he was among the dozens taking advantage of the gusts.
be sergio quintana, abc7 news. >> a snowstorm in the sierra has made driving extremely dangerous. caltrans shut down both directions of interstate 80 in placer county yesterday because of spinouts and crashes. all lanes are now open. this is a look from our tahoe camera recorded last night. it's an example of the poor visibility drivers faced. spring weather is expected to return tomorrow. as always, you can keep track of the weather where you live with the abc7 news app. download it for free and enable push alerts for updates as they happen. san francisco's new acting police chief has laid out his plans for the department. abc7 news was in chinatown for his first conference. toney chaplin said he wants to change the use of force policy
and use of body cameras. >> the chief said he's going to do a top to bottom assessment of the department and meet with the mayor to discuss his strategic plan for reform. >> the woman shot and killed by san francisco police thursday has been identified as 29-year-old jessica williams. a memorial for williams is growing in the bayview district where the shooting happened. police say she rammed a stolen car into a truck and tried to get away. she died at the hospital. the officers involved are on leave as an investigation into the shooting continues. bart has agreed to pay a woman $1.3 million in a lawsuit accusing officers of excessive force. on st. patrick's day, 2014, officers arrested megan on suspension of public intoxication. they took her to a jail where oakland and bart police officers are seen on video slamming her head into the ground. the fall broke bones in her face.
>> they are taking a stand against immigration raids that would target women and children. last week there was a report they would round up people from central america whose asylum requests were denied. they would be arrested and deported. the county officials said they have a large number of immigrants and want to protect them weather they are immigrants or not. sources said the raid will begin late may and last about a month. county immigration officials have said they -- they say they have a large number of immigrants and want to protect them, whether they are undocumented or not. >> deporting families is not really going to fix the immigration system. mainly women and children are coming here illegally is because they are fleeing violence and its not like they are coming to this country to take advantage of resources or services. an i.c.e. spokeswoman said she could not confirm or deny the report. >> hi, lisa. >> hi, chris. it's 53 here, 54 at the airport. no showers yet but we could see them around the bay.
maybe an isolated thunderstorm. sunnier skies on the way for the second half of the weekend. the full forecast is just moments away. >> lisa, thanks. also ahead, the warnings are out about long lines at airport security this summer but this is a way around them. find out what it cost to cut the line. plus a splitting headache for one family that has them considering a move out of are san francisco.
>> airport traffic is getting busier here in the bay area and around the country, causing long lines at tsa security checkpoints. but there is a way around the lines, a the least for those who can afford it. abc reporter laura anthony has the details. >> long lines at tsa checkpoints throughout the country has pushed many travelers to the web to sign up for tsa precheck, even if it means forking over some extra money. >> been to chicago lately? >> no, i have not. >> i heard a story about it today. >> i haven't had the opportunity to sleep in the airport for a long time and i don't want that. >> according to the tsa, the number of applications for tsa precheck has doubled this month from 8,000 to 16,000 per day. right now it takes about two weeks for applicants to get their coveted known travel
number. but the tsa warns it can take up to 30 days. those who has applied say it's worth the $85 for five years. >> came out of portland. a very long line in security but the precheck line was probably only five people deep. >> meantime oakland international will bring in extra contract workers next month to help move things along at the tsa checkpoints. >> those guys will do things like reminding people to take off shoes, put their laptops in the bins. >> sfo already uses contract security, while san jose international asked the tsa to add their own staff to cut down on wait times of that been as long as stew hours. all of that will help, but the best advice from travelers we talked with spring for tsa precheck. >> it was wonderful, saved a hot of time. made things a lot easier. >> at oakland international, laura anthony. abc7 news. be. >> a group. visitors at facebook won't be liking this. twelve people were stuck in an elevator there yesterday.
the president of duray and company p.r. shared this videos of the jaws of life finally forcing the elevator doors open after more than an hour and a half. the malfunction happened at facebook building 20 at menlo park. she called it a facebook visit she will never forget. school placement has been an ongoing issue in san francisco that doesn't have neighborhood schools. students might live miles away from their school. one person reached out because of her family's unusual circumstances. we have their story. >> for years san francisco parents have wait the anxiously to find out where their kids will go to school. many public school students aren't assigned to the their local schools and end up in another location. >> we want all the brothers to be together, they are very close. >> brittney o'sullivan's case is even more complicated.
one of her children's already attends dianne feinstein elementary in the sunset district about five blocks away, but her twins, richard and john, were assigned three miles from home. even though siblings are usually given priority. >> not only did you not put my kids in, you you put them at a school that starts at the same time and i can't possibly be there. >> since 1990 san francisco has adopted an admissions program that allows kids in different neighborhoods to attend the top schools in the city. they say it has a better academic outcome for some of the underserved students. parents shouldn't give up. >> i would encourage that any parent that doesn't get an assignment they like be or they would like to change an assignment to contact our enrollment office and to come in and speak with a counselor and come in and lay out what the circumstances are. >> but o'sullivan has already gone down to the district to fill out the wait forms.
a counselor even suggested she fill out a medical form to increase her chances. one of the twins recently had an operation but no longer needs medical attention. >> i don't feel the need to lie on a government form to fix a wrong that's being done by the school district. >> a decision may come late in the summer or the beginning of the school year. meanwhile the family is considering of moving out of san francisco. lyanne melendez, abc7 news. happening today, apple's remodeled flagship store in san francisco opens to the public. on thursday some lucky people got a sneak preview of the store in union square, the company said it will be the new vision for retail. the new store includes 42-foot sliding glass doors, living trees in the customer support lounge and a 47-year-old restored fountain. the doors open at 10:00. also happening today, the amgen tour of california had -- will race in santa rosa to begin the last two days of the
event. hundreds of cyclists are competing in the tour, which has 8 total stages. this is the 11th annual amgen tour. it began last sunday in san diego and has made its way through santa barbara and heading north. today's race begins at 8:00. the tour ends tomorrow in sacramento. >> we have some weather changes on the way. here's meteorologist lisa argen. she's tracking the conditions where you live. hi, lisa. >> good morning to you. you are right, the cool weather continues. we are going to add in a chance of showers today, maybe even a thunderstorm. it's a 1 on our storm impact scale. we've been rating the storms from 1 to 5 all winter long. the end of may we are still bringing it out. we could see anywhere from .01 to .015. a lot of cloud cover now. showers around monterey. if you are headed along the central coast, even davenport could see some showers and they could be likely around the bay today. in the sierra nevada a little bit of light snow flurry activity. this is the system hats
impacting us. it's in obviously extreme northern california. but as it slowly treks to the east, that's why we have the instability around the bay today. we are looking at the cloudy skies, 53 in the city, 54 half moon bay, 55 mountain view and 56 in san jose with about 50 in morgan hill. you can see the flag blowing here from the roof camera. west wind at 15 miles an hour. the winds not a concern today. we will just concentrate on the clouds, the showers and the cool highs. 49 in santa rosa with 50 by the delta. 52 in concord. right now you will notice that the wind even out by the delta is just at about 13 miles an hour. so, yeah, good news is we don't have to worry about that. it won't make us feel much cooler. this morning with the cloud cover we are about 3 degrees warmer from oakland to the peninsula pretty much all around the bay. emeryville right now look at all the gray out there. mist and drizzle possible this morning on your windshield. that not only could bring some
folks a slow down, but if you are headed out for a bike ride or a jog, yeah, it could get a little wet out there. scattered showers, below average even into next week. we will take you hour by hour and into the 7:00, 8:00 hour. you can see showers san francisco, south city, brisbane maybe. and into 11 is:00, more showers into the south bay, perhaps livermore. higher elevations, mt. diablo and mt. tam could see a thunderstorm. this is 3:00 in the afternoon. the evening could see still a lingering sure. but the amounts pretty light. anywhere from about .01 to about .08 san jose. this is just a gauge. amounts could vary from that. so in san jose today, be numbers as much as 11 degrees below average. we will be at about 65. average high 76. look at that, only the low 70s into wednesday and thursday. game today 4:15, cubs in town with numbers in and around 630 degrees. chance after shower. elsewhere around the bay 65
concord, san jose maybe some afternoon showers there and 62 san mateo. over in oakland, once again, a gray afternoon with low 60s and an isolated shower is possible. the accuweather seven-day forecast then featuring the coolest days today. slightly warmer tomorrow with more sun and still clouds around on monday. below average into tuesday. finally bumping up the temperatures wednesday, thursday and friday. but still generally below average. chris, do you miss me? i'm over here in a new set-up and we aren't together for the next couple of weeks? i know, it feels so weird, lisa, but i will see you soon. >> dash cams are a hot new accessory in cars so should you get one? michael finney has what you need to know about the popular device.
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explain why these cameras are growing in popularity. >> here a transit bus dashcam captures a hit-and-run on willow avenue in hercules. we showed you this police other a cruiser video of are a hot pursuit in ohio. we've shown you dashcam video of comets, crashes and suspected insurance fraud. in a world full of cameras, bad guys and misinterpretation of events, perhaps it's time for you to get a dashcam. >> here we go. we are turning it on. >> he lives in san francisco, and when he drives his dashcam is turned on. he likes knowing if something goes wrong he has proof of who did what. recently when parking on a san francisco street he said his dashcam came in handy. >> there was no car in two parking spots. i just zipped into it and pulled up one more spot. you see there was money left on the meter. so i pulled up to that one, but
there was no car behind me. the camera catches that, of course. >> and good thing, too. when he came back, he says, there was a car behind his and two people setting up a scam. >> and they said, you know, you banged into our hood when you couldn't get into the parking spot. you damaged our front end. i said what are you talking about? there was no car there. he told them he had it all on camera. they just left. >> really? >> they got in their car and left. >> mark used a dashcam to fight a traffic ticket in pennsylvania. he posted this video. he tells me it started when he stopped and then made a legal right-hand turn on red. >> i was pulled over less than a quarter mile later by a police officer from the local jurisdiction who told me that he witnessed me roll through the stop sign or the stoplight and not stop. >> mark admits he crosses the white line, but says he came to a complete stop. >> the argument he made was that
i never stopped at all. so when we went to cart, i k -- to court, i approached the conversation, i approached my defense in that way say i did, in fact, stop. >> and he won. >> he said because of that dashcam video. >> anyone with enough common sense to recognize why we have things like car insurance, fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, can understand having something and not needing it is much better than needing it and not having it. >> no mainstream automaker offers it as an option but they expect it to be the next step. since dashcams offer so much protection, you might be wondering about an auto insurance discount. they are widely available in the u.k., but so far no u.s. insurers are offering a discount for using a dashcam. michael finney, "7 on your side." >> happening today the warriors are making it easier for san francisco shoppers to buy gear.
they are opening a pop-up shop at the westfield san francisco center like this one that opened last year during the team's final run. expect shelves stocked with jerseys, hats and other apparel. steph curry jerseys were the most popular this year. doors open at 10:00. days after a dumpling restaurant in santa clara started accepting reservations, someone sold one on craig's list because they are so hard to come by. starting monday, all tables be at the newly-opened restaurant become reservation only. had but every table is already booked for the next month so one posted this ad on craig's list. asking for a $50 for a reservation on friday, may 27th at 11:00 a.m. the listed perk is being one of the first to eat in the restaurant that day. much more ahead on the abc7 saturday morning news. new clues this morning in the mysterious disappearance of an egypt airplane.
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>> thanks for waking up with us. i'm chris nguyen. we are starting with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. she's tracking some rain in the forecast. hi, lisa. >> chris, good morning. down to in side of the net craws now 49 degrees. cloudy here. a high of 67 yesterday. one of the warmer locations. it's 53 in san francisco. 50 morgan hill. 55 mountain view, 54 half moon bay. a little wind from the roof camera. west wind up to 50 miles an hour. we won't see the gusty winds today. upper 40s. chilly in the north bay from santa rosa to napa. 51 livermore. we will be looking at some shower activity. this is the way it will play out the next couple of hours. notice 11:00 scattered showers from the peninsula 20 san mateo perhaps in the east bay. so the forecast today calling for mostly cloudy skies. numbers on the cool side. just upper 50s coastside. low to mid-60s inland with a chance of scattered showers,
maybe even a thunderstorm. it's a 1 on the storm impact scale. we will talk more about it coming up in a few minutes. chris. >> thank you. 6:32 is our time. now to washington, d.c. and the shooting of an armed man outside the white house. sources familiar with the white house identified the man from pennsylvania. he refused to put down his weapon and was shot by a secret service agent yesterday afternoon. he was injured but he's still alive. abc news reporter johnathan carl has more from washington. >> police officers in tactical gear raced to the white mouse has a frightening situation unfolded a block away. it was just after 3:00 p.m., not far from the south lawn. a man walked up to a white house checkpoint carrying a firearm. secret service officials say he was ordered to drop the gun, but refused. waving the weapon in a threatening way. an agent nearby fired a single shot, hitting the man in the abdomen. >> this is one of the few sunny days we've had in washington all month so there were families out
here, joggers, the place packed with people when the shot rang out over there. >> confusion as authorities raced to the scene. stopping traffic, securing the lawn, yelling at people to stay in place. >> get back over that way. let's go! >> we heard the shot, and we got really scared. >> we heard the one single shot. the cops, they come out the side. they have got their guns drawn. >> the white house was put on lock-down. the president was out golfing but vice president biden was on white house grounds. >> abc news, washington. >> now to the race for the white house. a new poll shows hillary clinton 6 points ahead of donald trump in a likely match-up. meanwhile, trump spoke to a national rifle association group. trump told a group hillary clinton will take away their guns and abolish the second amendment. we have the story.
>> donald trump, accepting the endorsement of the nra, saying hillary clinton is coming for their guns. >> hillary clinton wants to abolish the second amendment. just remember that. >> and then this line, drawing a roar of approval. >> we are getting rid of gun-free zones, okay? i can tell you. [applause] >> so what about trump's own hotels? the trump organization telling us there are, quote, no restrictions on licensed individuals carrying guns in our hotels or golf clubs. but when we called a resort, we were told it was a gun-free zone. and at the trump hotel in miami a security supervisor there telling us they would, quote, much rather not have guests with guns on the property at all. but in this room the presumptive gop nominee bragging but his son's gun's collections. >> he has so many rifles and guns, sometimes i even gets concerned. that's a lot. >> and drawing a contrast with clinton. >> hillary wants to disarm vulnerable americans in high crime neighborhoods.
whether it's a young single mom in florida or a grandmother in ohio and that's why we are going to call her heartless hillary. >> clinton has campaigned hard on gun control, releasing this this this ad. >> but the same gun lobby openly mocking clinton. >> i bet you are wondering where hillary stands, right? well, let's here it straight from the horse's mouth. [noises] >> it's moments like that former president bill clinton proves republicans are nervous. >> i always find you should respect your adversaries. they do not spend time attacking people they are not worried about. >> and donald trump in the late the 70s he paid no federal
taxes and took advantage of a federal tax loopholes, which is standard for real estate investors who have lost money on their properties. donald trump said he has used the system to his advantage when it comes to taxes and bankruptcies. abc news, louisville. bill clinton, who remains on extremely popular among dam democrats, will be in southern california this morning campaigning for his wife. he will focus on why hillary clinton is the best candidate to raise rages and break down all the barriers holding families back. on monday bill clinton will hold rallies at cal state fresno, stockton and sacramento. >> now to the airplane crash by egypt. there were two sightings yesterday of debris but what they are anxious to find is the black boxes that are emitting pings for only 27 more days.
we have more. >> the jetliner apparently sent data before disappearing suggesting there was smoke and possibly fire in the all important equipment compartment. the airbus a320 had a data transition system that sent signals of smoke in the lavatory, and i have aonic smoke that would be in the equipment bay below the lavatory. a bay that contains the jet's electronics that control the entire aircraft. >> this is a major clue to what happened. >> i would personally say at this point i'm going to come off the bomb theory and say it was a mechanical failure caused by fire. >> the messages obtained, and not confirmed by abc, were over a three-minute period before all the data stopped. that's when the jet plunged into the sea. near the end of a four-hour night from paris. the pilots checked in saying all was fine, but 16 minutes later at 37,000 feet disaster.
greek radar reporting that the jet lurched sharply left 90 degrees before spinning back 360 degrees to the right, disappearing without a distress call. the flight had pilot and co-pilot with extensive experience and nothing in their public records that is suspicious. >> mod everyone jetliners are controlled by electricity. if a fire burned through the wires and there's no electricity, there's no way to control the air graft. abc news, washington. >> a blimp that was in the midst of an advertising flight deflated over an area in philadelphia before making an emergency landing. take a look at this. the driver took the cell phone video of the blimp's being dragged into the yard. luckily it didn't make contact with the wire or it could have turned into a disaster. still to come, the weekend event that encourages innovation and and entrepreneurial spirit in america.
america". >> important information in the crash of the egypt airplane. new information indicates there could have been smoke on board, including inside the cockpit. what does this say about the possibility of terrorism. and donald trump taking his speech to the national rifle association, accusing clinton of wanting to abolish the second amendment and free violent criminals. and his new nickname for her this morning. and the three foods we need to cut from our diets. some quick menu hack toss improve your health. it's coming up on gma. see you soon. >> a rare silt in vacaville. this driver saw a black bear running through the neighborhood yesterday morning. he record it had scampering through a yard and hopping a fence to escape. the bear likely came out of the nearby green space looking for food. wildlife officials say there's no great danger to the public, just don't approach the bears if you see any of them in your neighborhood. people who really love the
bay area fog can now drink it. it's fog point vodka. it's 60% water. the youtube video shows fog catchers. they collected enough water vapor to fill 2400 bottles. hangar 1 says it covers a delicate flavor. it's a limited edition drink and will cost you $125 a bottle. we have changes ahead in the forecast. lisa argen is tracking it for us. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris. here's a look at santa cruz. not bad out there. upper 40s right now in santa cruz. mid-60s today. showers as far as the central coast. we will detail it for you coming up. >> the giants were lost in the fog last night against one of the best pitchers in baseball. a cubs' outfielder made a great catch, but paid the price. larry beil will have the larry beil will have the hi introducing the completely redesigned
in sports, the san jose sharks look to take a 3-1 lead over the st. louis blues this afternoon. game four starts at 4:15 at the sap center. in baseball both the giants and a's are back home. last night the giants took on the first-place chicago cubs while the a's played the yankees. here's larry beil with the highlights in this morning's sports report >> good morning. tall task for the giants last night in game one of their series.
with the best team in baseball the cubs came to town with a record of 28-11 and they had their ace on the mound, the unbeatable jake arrieta. the first batter of the game. denard span to triples alley. jayson hayward makes the catch but crashes headfirst into the wall. i was worried about his neck, but that's okay. he would leave the game with torso and abdominal injuries. he was really shaken up. we know what arrieta can do on the mound. he can also hit. batting .238. he gives them the 1-0 lead. and later in the inning kris bryant, a three-run jack. five-run second inning and jake peavy, 1 2/3 innings. second shortest outing of his career. 5-0 cubs. plenty of cushion for arrieta. the giants fall 8-1. a's and yankees. josh reddick broke his thumb two nights ago. he's out four to six weeks. and what has happened to sunny gray?
getting shelled all the time now. coco crisp can't get there. 2-1 yankees. later in the fourth carlos beltran the drive to center. coco misread it over his head and that's a two-run double. sunny lasts only 3 1/3. allowing five runs. a 5-1 yankees lead. vallejo native c.c. sabathia, 8 strikeouts in 6 innings. his 100th career win. the yankees win 8-3. when steph curry goes into the trainer's room, what do they look at first? his ankle, knee, elbow? it's the curry variety package. he injured his elbow diving into the stands going for a loose ball. the mvp said the elbow welt isn't painful, but it's uncomfortable. he will be okay for game three sunday. what about the guy who was taking his picture while he was down? >> i need that picture. that would be something to remember. kind of disappointed he took that moment to document it, if
you will. took a picture of me, took a picture of andre, they were behind me. he was taking in the moment. to the ice and the sharks. they will host the blues in game four of their series this afternoon. goalies. about jake allen is going to start. he is no slouch. had six shutouts this season. they know they have to stay aggressive. >> i think we played pretty good games. the first game was probably the worst of the three. we know they are going to want to regroup and play a great game for us, so it will be a big challenge. >> and remember that's an early start in the tank. 4:15 they drop the puck. 4:15. all right? that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. about >> if you have looked outside your window you probably noticed the clouds this morning. meteorologist lisa argen is here now. hi, chris.
we are looking at some showers and even mist and drizzle around the bay now. the storm impact scale is out again with one. a light system, anywhere from a couple 100 dreads to maybe a tenth of inch of rain. we will zero into the peninsula. the bridge kind. misty. hayward, and a possible shower. monterey look at some showers. that's going to be the plan today with maybe some scattered showers. snowfall really winding down. no advisories in the sierra nevada. this area of low pressure drift to go the east, allowing for the instability today. then several areas of low pressure the next couple of days. isn't this pretty in the sierra nevada? lake tahoe fresh snow. 55 mountain view. 54 in half moon bay. we will be looking at the gray sky and the winds a little bit breezy at the coast. but not like we saw the past couple of days. just a 15 to 20 miles an hour category san francisco.
54 livermore. 53 concord. this, of course, is san jose. so mist and drizzle possible this morning. drizzle, that is. a chance of showers. an isolated thunderstorm key ab below range. higher elevations of the north bay and below average temperatures all week long. this is how it's going to play out today with the possibility of some showers from cloverdale up through sonoma, san francisco, san mateo. that's 11:00. then by 3:00 this afternoon santa clara, perhaps some showers for you. things winding down this evening. but still we are going to keep the chance of rain in the forecast. anywhere from .02 by the delta. and half moon bay maybe a trace for you. so san jose you are cool today. 65. average highs mid-70s. weapon won't even get there all week long. we will eventually warm up the second half of the week but it's going to remain cool. cubs in down. 60 today with a chance of showers. at&t park 4:15. numbers from the upper 50s coastside. 55 fremont.
66 in palo alto. here in the east bay look for low 60s, 1:00 game time still a chance of showers. the accuweather seven-day forecast. today the coolest day and not much of a change with still a mix of clouds and sun tomorrow into monday. then eventually by the end of the week le will see some 70s around the bay, low 60s coastside. kind after cool week ahead. chris. >> lisa, thanks. when the echoes through san mateo, it must be time for the maker fair. >> slowly and quietly it crawls across the pavement. >> children love everything that moves and they want to touch it. >> it's writing poetry, not with ink or sand. >> the machine is called script. script means writing in south african. >> but the maker is from the netherlands. he came here for maker fair. >> it's a fair that's so big
it's taken over the parking lot. you should take public transit or jusr ride your dragon. >> based off an old honda motorcycle. >> only goes 5 miles an hour but -- >> the mouth can breathe fire. >> at maker fair, fire is always in fashion. from sculptures to games. >> i helped make this thing. >> what is it? >> this is a full five version of bop-it with fire. >> there's something about fire, isn't there? >> oh, yes. we love fire. >> of course, part of the fun is learning how to make things, even things you never knew you needed, like a a synthesizer made out of a shoe. >> i made this back when i was a freshman in high school, really. >> a true maker doesn't ask why. >> why not? i had an old shoe, it had a bunch. little holes in it, so i put some knobs in it, and why not?
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happening today, an annual event that helps kids. the wishes and wine country event mc'd by ama daetz is being held at the sonoma vineyards in windsor. this is video from a previous event. abc7 news is a proud sponsor. wishes and wine benefit, make a wish greater bay area, 100% of the proceeds help make more than 300 wishes come true each year for kids with life-threatening medical conditions. let's head over to lisa for the final weather check. >> upper 50s around the coast, mid-60s inland. the possibility of a thunderstorm. the clouds will linger tomorrow and eventually getting slide slightly warmer by the end of the week. >> thanks for joining us on the abc7 morning news. for lisa argen and the rest of are us, i'm chris nguyen. the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and all of your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. we will see you again at 8:00.
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