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>> it is saturday, june 4th. good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. we are in for another hot day across the bay area. here's meteorologist lisa argen tracking the accuweather forecast for us. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris. you are right. although we are going to see some changes close to the water, at the coastline and be around the bay. there iscology getting going in response to this area of low pressure that is heading toward the shoreline. so you are obviously can see all the cloud cover. with that it's going to increase our onshore flow. but not had tough overnight to cool us off. it's 70s here, 64 concord. novato has cooled into the
mid-50s. over all we are much, much warmer. this afternoon it will be partly cloudy, foggy at the beaches and then by the afternoon the heat remains in the east bay valleys, but you will notice a little bit of change around the ba i and certainly at the coast. details in a few minutes. chris. >> thank you. breaking news. he called himself the greatest and backed it up with speed and power that took your breath away. muhammad ali, the boxes legend, died last night at the age of 734. he could float like a butterfly and sting like a bee, passed away at a hospital where he was taken last thursday because of his respiratory issues. his post career was marked by a battle with parkinson's disease. abc news reporter marcy gonzalez looks back on the life and legacy of the champ. >> he called himself the greatest and told us how pretty he was. for more than 20 years he backed
up his words with his fists. beginning with a gold medal he 1960 summer olympics, he took the boxes storm by storm. in one. his big pro fights he about brashly predicted an upset. he won that fight in february, 1964. then he announced his conversion to islam, and his new name, mauledly. >> whatever the punishment is, the persecution for standing up for my religious belief, even facing machine gun, i will stand up for it. >> he found a supporter in sportscaster howard cassel. >> i'm always confident. >> you are being extremely succulent. >> whatever that means, if that's good, i'm that.
>> but he was stripped. his boxes title after refusing induction into armed forces reciting religious reasons and cassel spoke out in his defense. but the corey stored his box license, allowing him to return to the ring after a three and a half year absence. >> it was wrong what they did, and they admit it had, but by then all the harm was good. this kid was so good at that time. electrifying. >> ali's comeback included some of his best remembered bouts. he defeated george foreman and gained the heavy heavyweight fighter. and three times fraser. in 1978 he won a rematch against leon spynx. his retirement was marked by the advance of parkinson's disease. america's most beloved athlete
became a champion for victims of the disease and an advocate for parkinson's research. his devoted wife, lonnie, became his voice when he could no longer speak for himself. but no matter now disabling the disease became, he never lost his quick mind or the twinkle in his eye. to many he remains, in his own words, still the greatest of all times! >> abc news, new york. >> muhammad ali was one of the most recognized people in the world. even if you didn't know him, you likely new of him, and that included people all around the bay area. cornell bernard continues our coverage. >> float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. >> the most celebrated boxer of all-time. reverend jesse jackson, visiting the bay area, was his long time close friend. >> a hero outside the ring.
a social transformer. an anti-war prophet. >> he was last seen here in april looking frail and drawn. for the last 30 years he's been afflicted by parkinson's disease, the possible blow to -- the possible toll to the blows to the head. >> muhammad ali has made us better. >> hands up, hands double jab. >> this boxing club owner called ali her hero. his pictures and fight posters cover the wall. >> it's very sad because he's someone i followed pretty much my whole life. >> she met him in the '90s and she never forgot how he commanded the room. >> i just saw him and, you know, it took my breath away. >> it led howard to her own career in pro boxes and kick boxes. she learned a lot from the man who invented self-promotion. >> he was trying to draw people in, and he was good at it.
>> the reaction to his death was quick across the bay area. >> his voice and character played off very well. and same as an influence on the world. >> it was just sad to see his quality of life somewhat diminished in the last couple decades. >> i can think back to my childhood of being definitely a hero. and now in an era there are many heroes anymore. >> a boxer and legend forever. cornell bernard, abc7 news. >> brown was also in his era. he talked to abc7 news about his legacy. >> he set a standard that i don't think any other athlete in the world has ever, ever met. he was never a superstar under any circumstances. he was always just another person. >> the two met during one of
ali's many trips to the bay area, which included charity fundraisers. abc7 spencer christian wrote a heart knelt good-bye. he said it was a privilege spending time with him. in 1998 ali gave spencer a portrait for his last day on "good morning america," signing it, "to spencer. you are the greatest." >> and last night the news was broke to the audience. >> this legend end, and a wonderful american, a good friend of mine and, he's not anymore with us. >> the italian tenor made his remarks during the concert at
his shark tank. about about. on social media reaction came quickly. fellow boxer george foreman tweeted a part of me slipped away, the greatest piece. mike tyson wrote god came for his jam i don't know. so long, great one. >> and this picture with manager bruce bochy, he called him a true icon. >> this is a quote, he, who is not courageous to take risks, will accomplish nothing in life." >> here's from jack dorsey. "service to others is the rent you pay for your room on earth." and mc hammer defeated "respect and love to the greatesrt." stay with abc7 news on the continuing coverage on the passing of muhammad ali. you can download our app and get push be alerts as they happen. there were triple beige its
yesterday. some seniors were graduating and there was no escape from the swelter. we have the story. >> it feels good because we are graduating but it's pretty hot out. sweating a little bit. >> mountain view class of 2016 managed to make it through four had years of high school and more than 400 students what thumbs. as they received their dip about proposal maws in black caps and gowns under the sweltering sun. many used whatever they could to stay cool from hats and umbrellas to the commencement program and even a patch of grass. >> we figured the lower you get, the more shade you find. >> for some it was all about the shade. they stayed off the field all together. >> i just got off work. did a a ten-hour day. aim not going to go back in the sun. >> as some said on graduation, they did eventually get on to the field. >> shade is coming in, breeze, turning out nice. >> some members of the class
will stay close to home. others will travel great distances. but first, they will head to grad night. >> may hang out together one final time. >> a surprise location. >>. in mountain view, felony woodrow, abc7 news. >> crews are repairing a 60-year-old water main that broke yesterday. harkness avenue buckled under the pressure of the water. crews shut off water to 25 homes to big up the street and replace the main. >>? san francisco several buildings sheltered to place because of a bomb treatment. it was called into dna lounge on 11th street yesterday afternoon. there was a large police response, including an surveillance robot. you have can see officers searching the concert room.
they found so trace of a bomb. >> could today be the hottest day of the week? meteorologist lisa argen is tracking the conditions. >> chris, have you peaked at my forecast? you may be going with something there. therethere is a spare the air at today. this but there is a cool down around the coast and increasing clouds. details coming up. >> thanks. police in san jose responds to the view threeness erupted over the donald trump rally. find out why officers didn't break their line. but first, officers respond with guns drawn. the tense moments
into custody in san francisco's chinatown. police ended a five hour standoff yesterday afternoon using a flash bang to chase the suspect out of the apartment abc7 news was at powell and pacific where he ran into a nail salon before taken into custody. >> he was covered in glass and resisting by biting and spitting at officers. officers were slashed by the glass and there was blood on blood contact between the suspect's blood and the officers' blood. >> the suspect was not seriously hurt. 5:14 is our time. stanford public safety officers are on the lookout of a man who has been sneaking into the rooms of students. twice women arock to find a man in their room listing up their sheets. in both cases they were able to chase him away. officers told students to lock their doors and windows at night. in politics this morning, republican presidential candidate donald trump is going after the african-american vote.
>> look at my african-american over here. look at him. are you the greatest? do you know what i'm talking about? >> during a rally in redding yesterday, he praised a black supporter who beast up a protester in a kkk outfit in a previous rally and then he was identified as a local congressional candidate. gregory said he was not offended and got up and got two autographs out of the mention. >> he's a mexican. we are building a wall between had here and mexico. the answer is he is giving us very unfair rulings. >> trump is also defending his criticism of the judge in a lawsuit against trump university. the candidate said the judge is bay assed because of his mexican heritage, and that he is not racist for pointing it out. 250 police officers, they said, were not enough to handling the protesters outside a donald trump rally thursday
night. those beaten, injured or threatened criticized police for not moving in more quickly. police were ordered not to break from their line to cause an escalation of protesters. one officer was hit with a bottle. >> as we saw it occurring, the first priority is to clear the streets to make sure there aren't additional injuries. >> police are searching for more videos that could lead to arrests. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton is in a final fleury of campaign events in california. clinton will be in southern california for most of today and in press no tonight. last night she was in san bernardino after four other stops across the los angeles area. recent policy show her in a close lace with senator bernie sanders. the senator from vermont finished yesterday campaigning around the north bay in sonoma county. thundershowers waited in the heat to see him speaking at the cloverdale airport. he held an earlier rally in fairfield. dave matthews is feeling the
burn. sanders will join matthews for a free concert on monday at crissy field in san francisco. other performers include fantastic negreto and fish bone. gates open at 3:30 p.m. monday. there will be limited parking so people are encouraged to take public transit. for the first time the copa america soccer tournament is taking place in the united states. levi's stadium in santa clara hosted the opening game between the united states and we were there. >> copa america, the 1900th year of this tournament, opened with a bang. the 100th year. team usa is hosting 16 other teams in the oldest soccer tournament on earth. >> my head is in the united states but my heart is in
colombia. my heart is bouncing up. the stars and stripes of the usa were well-represented but there were plenty of people wearing yellow jerseys here, supporting colombia. >> she just flew in. >> and we noticed quite a few split households. >> i love it here! >> we have colombians who came from all over. >> and americans too. >> and these are visiting from atlanta. they battled over a big bet all the way here and pablo is going to have to pay up. >> there's one big bet. it's surprising to others taking the other person out. >> it's the first of 32 matches played in ten u.s. cities. there was a multi-national collection of sports man's, the next match played here will be monday. at levi's stadium, abc7 news.
we are waking up to mild temperatures, but get ready for the heat. here's lisa argen. she's tracking live doppler hd. hi chris. you were right. you might have felt a little cooling by the bay, but we are look at a lot of cloud cover. this will be one element that helps to cool us off gradually today. the other one, a return of our onshore flow. you see the cloud cover. and day-to-day we will continue to look at temperatures coming down bit by bit. 5:48 is the official sunrise. 55 san francisco. 62 in oakland. look at mountain view at 67. san jose still holding at 70. 63 morgan hill and 50 degrees at the coast. golden gate bridge, yes, there is fog. in fact, creating some visibility issues. five miles at the coast, 55 santa rosa, 56 napa. good morning novato, mid-50s
for you. so you folks, once again today, about 30 degrees ever warming because change is not happening yet in the inland east bay. it's warmer everywhere. we were all in the mid-and upper 90s most of us yesterday for the bulk of the day. the atmosphere retaining all of that heat. right now from the exploratorium camera, looking at partly cloudy skies in san francisco. coastal fog this morning, a little cooler day-to-day. not only over the weekend but into next week. that will bring us back to normal in the next 48 hours or so. here's a look at the sutro tower camera. spare the air alert today with the poorest air quality in the inland east bay. very warm out there again. i don't think we will see the 100s. yesterday was 101 in concord. 100 livermore. we had 95 in san jose. this is a forecast for tomorrow. we still have the reds with mid-90s. about five degrees of cooling inland. the cooling gets underway today around the bay. look what happened on monday.
the sea breeze strengthens. we will be back to normal monday afternoon or tuesday with 60s and mid-80s inland. a return to the steady onshore flow and heat retreating, temperatures will be comfortable in the week ahead. that's the good now. as we check out the rest of the state, much of california will experience the cloud cover. the next couple days we could see some showers and thunderstorms from the area of low pressure that's going to move this today. that will allow for the instability higher elevations. clouds along the coast. 84 in los angeles. so not only the cooling trend just getting underway today, wait until you see the next several days. 78 in oakland. 85 palo alto. notice the high clouds. still kind of muggy out there in our inland valleys with numbers well into the 90s. accuweather seven-day forecast notice today, you are right, the warmest day of the week, upper 90s inland, mid-80s around the bay. more cooling inland, about 5 degrees or so. we will continue the trend right
on through the middle of the week with the numbers trending very comfortable, say, by tuesday and 60s at the coast. low to mid-80s inland. i bet you can't wait. chris. >> thank you. 5:22 is our time. coming up next, "7 on your side" is responsible for getting the rules for clipper cards changed. michael finney explains what charges i no longer have to pay for and why there's still
his deal with clipper. it happened when he lost his wallet on a flat form. he cancelled his card but found out someone road all day on his card after he cancelled it. and bruce had to pay the fares. >> i found out the hard way the thief gets to use your card all day and it's on you. >> turns out the small print said a card holder is responsible for charges until the end of the day a card is reported lost or stolen. clipper admits their computer system is outdated; that it can't immediately shut off the card for all 289 transit agencies that accept it. >> that is still amazing. people are victimized with criminals running around for 24 hours with their clipper card running up fares. >> we took it up with the chairman of the metropolitan transportation commission. he said he would have the rule changed and, in fact, it has.
as of this year each transit agency will wave fares charged to stolen cards. but you would never know that by looking at the cardholder agreement. it still says customers are responsible be for stolen rides. >> if they are serious, they can put it in writing. until they do, they have lost me as a customer. >> it's the chinese translation that's proven problematic. >> john good win said the policy really has changed. you will not pay for stolen rides. however, you won't see that in the agreement until they figure out a chinese translation. bruce finds that incredible, too. >> there's a large chinese community here. there are lots of are translators available. >> so what's the holdup? >> i don't speak or write chinese. >> he admits riders have no way of the change. >> right. they can see it here on abc7.
>> in every case of a theft, they refunded the cardholder for the fares. if you have unauthorized charges on your clipper card, let me know about it. go to abc7news.com. i'm michael finney. "7 on your side." >> an $82 million andy warhol painting has been removed after a visitor accidentally touched it. it's known as triple elvis. the visitor tripped and fell, brushing the painting with his hand. experts will damage the painting for any damage because our hands contain oils. a national watch and clock museum uploaded this video as a warning. a couple is seen reaching out to see how the clock works but then have to leap forward to catch it after it flips off the wall. according to museum staff, the clock is doing fine but will
every day. sodastream. love your water. >> welcome back. here's meteorologist lisa argen tracking the heat. >> hi, chris. changes are already getting underway. a spare the air alert today. you see the cloud cover. that means a return to the onshore flow and a weather element that will be increasing the cloud cover and those westerly winds w that, the coast and the adjacent bay waters will be cooler. check this out. isn't this gorgeous from the
tower camera. layer of clouds at 5:48 sunrise. 55 san francisco, 67 mountain view, 62 in oakland. look at that 50 at the coast. from our mount tap cam you can see the cloud cover a mixture of the clouds, the onshore flow, the warmer atmosphere this morning. and temperatures slow to rise today in some neighborhoods. no changes in the inland east bay. we will still be flirting with 100, but elsewhere the 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. thank you. >> the man no one simply as the greatest has died. muhammad ali was 74 when he passed away last night. flags will be lowered to half staff in honor of the man who brought power and controversy into the ring. we have the latest from ray. good morning. >> chris, good morning. muhammad ali's family this morning is using social media to express their sorrow and grief,
in fact one of his daughters went to twitter to describe her dad as a humble mountain and the love of his had life. and his transactions and legacy is being remembered and celebrated both inside and outside of the boxes ring. >> i'm handsome, i'm fast, i'm pretty, and can't possibly be beat! >> he will be forever remembered by his profound personality. a man who was quick with his wit as much as he was with the mighty punch. >> still the greatest of all-time! >> indeed he did call himself the greatet and many say he proved it with his fists. for two decades he dominated the square circle. gold medal wins all part of his mantra. the first big win, sunny. >> if you like to lose your mind -- >> the boxes legend winning that night and the heavyweight championship just four years later. 1964 symbolic for the champ as
it also marked the clear that kca the shus clay converted to islam and would be forever known as muhammad ali. >> he was unquestionably the dominant figure in the world of sports in the second half of the 20th century. >> his decision not to serve in the armed services would be one of several profound impacts he would make on american culture. from vietnam to civil rights he was on the front line of historic movements. >> he were outside the ring, a social transformer, an anti-war prophet, a man of sacrifice on his own dignity ♪ happy birthday to you >> his dominance in the ring would be damaging. all will -- ali fought with parkinson's disease for years. he became an advocate for parkinson's research. >> i'm going to remember him as just a very, very courageous person. courage in taking on a disease
that no one has a cure for. and living that life with dignity. he was not afraid to be seen in public. >> and this morning muhammad ali's family says they are going to thank everyone for their love, support and commitment to their father. in the meantime we also know, as you mentioned earlier, chris, his body will be flown from arizona to louisville, kentucky, his hometown, where he is scheduled to be laid to rest sometime this week. we are live here in new york, abc7 news. chris, back to you. >> ray, thanks for the report. it's been three days since since a suspect shot two police officers. one officer is doing better. the other remains in critical condition. the suspect died early thursday morning after hiding out in a house. alyssa harrington revisited the house to see how the neighborhood was doing. >> this is what is left on the house on robert avenue in fremont. monday a suspected gunmen holds
himself for hours after shooting two officers. neighborhoods struggled to return to their normal routine. >> it was like a war zone around here with the bombs going off. it looked like bombs going off and the gunfire. so just really tired. i was up the whole time. >> police knocked down melissa's fence during the frantic search for the shooter. she's worried it scared off the mother of these baby squirrels that she found abandoned in their nest. and one shot off a lock to their neighbor's door to center. luckily they weren't home. >> he could have very easily broke our door down and come into our house. we were there and we have an 18-month-old baby in the house. we are very thankful that he didn't choose our house. >> friends of the couple who were renting the now burned-down-home are raising money to give them a fresh start. the hardest part, they lost their dog, huckleberry finn, in
the standoff. his doghouse is still in the backyard. the person had a lent is think criminal history. at the he was want ford meth possession and identity theft. >> the house has been boarded up, but people have been coming by throughout the day. some left this sign that said blub lives matter. the officers are still being treated at the hospital. in harrington, abc7 news. a san francisco supervisor wants to bar the blue angels from flying over the city during fleet week. he told the san francisco chronicle i plans to introduce a nonbinding resolution by august. it would only allow the team of fa-18 jets to fly over the bay during practices and the airshow. he said the fatal crash after blue angels jet in tennessee thursday prompted him to act. 5:36 is our time. the bodies of four missing soldiers who were swept away in a rain-swollen creek in texas have been found. the four of them disappeared
thursday after their two and a half ton truck overturned in the racing water. southeast texas has been inundated with rain in the recent days and more than half of the state is under flood watches or warnings. six other people have died in the floods. a river is spilling into paris streets and forcings one landmark after another to close down. it's at its highest level in 35 years, following 30 days of heavy rain. the sun is expected to peek in paris today. authorities shut down the louve and the national library and other famous landmarks. curators were scrambling to move 250,000 pieces of art from the louve basement storage area to an upper floor. back at home, more than 100 wounded warriors from across the country are competing in the
valor games. the veterans and active duty service members with disabilities will participate in olympic-style events all weekend. the athletes tell us it's important for them to compete. >> and i want them to realize that just because something has happened to you, just because your arm has been amputated or whatever has happened to you, you can still drive toward something. >> spectators had to undergo a screening process, which is now closed. so if you are interested in supporting our wounded warriors, think about attending the games next year. still ahead on the abc7 morning news. the stanley cup final is headed to san jose today and the city is ready to show off how much it's changed over the last decade. first a live look from outside from the south beech camera pointed at the bay bridge this morning. a beautiful view outside. no major issues to report as you make your way into the city. lisa argen will have the full accuweather forecast in just a few minutes.
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january. when the final sports series is underway like the dubs and cavs, the mayors of the two city usually make a bet involving regional food. no bets, but plenty of food this year. they will support money for food about banks in oakland and cleveland. the almeda county food bank is opening to raise $68,000. the their theme is strength in neighbors. bc7 is the only place where you can see every game of the nba finals. our coverage tomorrow starts at 4:00 tomorrow with a special warriors pregame edition at 5:00. then at 4:30 coverage of game two begins here on abc7 with the warriors and cavaliers in oakland. tip off at 5:00 p.m. if you are not planning to be at oracle, abc7 is the only play to see the game. then join larry beil and sports anchor make shumann live from oracle for "after the game"
along with ambassador for basketball adonal foil. lisa argen is tracking the heat for us. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris. one shot where it's not too hot. low 50s with fog but doesn't extend much inward. a wide range of summer spread. i'll have the details next. >> also ahead, the sports world lost a giant. the greatest of all-time. larry beil will have more on the
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after tearing his hamstring earlier this week. here's larry beil with this morning's sports report. >> good morning. he was bold, he was brash, he was the greatest. muhammad ali passed away last night at the age of 74. at one point ali was the most recognized human on the entire planet. the three-time heavyweight champion was hospitalized in the phoenix area with respiratory issues. he's been dealing with the debilitating effects of parkinson's for many years. he was courageous. he had brutal battles with joe frazier and joe foreman. muhammad ali, gone at age 74. local sports now. with angel pagan out, the last thing the giants needed was another outfielder out. hunter pence will have surgery after tearing his hamstring on thursday. top of the fourth tied at one.
brandon crawford, base his. 2-1 giants. johnny cueto pitching. walked five. got some defensive help. jared parker in right field in place of pence. back to the wall, and makes the catch to take extra bases away from molina in the sixth. way to go. 5-1, giants, the final. the a's in houston. jesse hahn got the start. it did not go very well. first inning three runs in. chris, i got it, i got the it -- they scored on the two-run triple. i think it was an error but 5-0 houston. stilly outs in the first. he drives in travis. that was run number 7 and his day was done early. 12-2, the final score. copa america started last night in santa clara. this is the first time the u.s.
has ever hosted this tournament of north and south america soccer areas. at levi's stadium. where do i get a hat like that? columbia with the corner kick. he blast it had home for a 1-0 columbia lead. 42nd minute after a controversial handball called. the penalty kick and i buries it. 2-0 at that point. dempsey denied. the diving save. u.s. drops the opening match 2-0. san jose chris, he's on the roster but did not play in this match and warriors and cavs, abc's coverage of game two of the nebraska finals begins sunday at 4:30 in the afternoon on abc7. and after the game, live from oracle arena, all the highlights and the live postgame interviews. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody.
i'm larry beil. >> if you were hoping for a break from the heat, today probably isn't your day. meteorologist lisa argen has been tracking live doppler hd. good morning. >> good morning, chris. we have cloud cover starting out all over the bay due to a system moving in this afternoon. it will allow for limiting cooling across the coach. inland, we are still hot and even with the cloud cover we will still see temperatures well above normal. today in santa cruz, we will be in the low 70s. rights now you see all the cloud cover at the beach. nobody is there. 52 oakland, mountain view and san jose. look how warm. 67 and 70 right now in san jose. and a cool 52 half moon bay. from our sutro tower camera, the sun up at 5:48. we are looking at numbers ranging from the 50s in the north bay to the mid-60s out by the delta. concord yesterday 101.
livermore with 100. we saw 100-degree heat in morgan hill and near that in many cases around the bay. with all that warmth yesterday, we are starting off a lot warmer. especially in the south bay and east bay valleys. but little change in san francisco. so today will be a day with moderate change. but the air quality very poor due to the high ozone level, especially in the east bay valleys. coastal fog. means spare the air alert there with the poor air quality. a little cooler over the weekend. each and every day we will bring temperatures down 2 to 4 degrees. and another 5 degrees tomorrow. from sfo you see it's nice and clear. with the spare the air alert, you are certainly feeling a little bit of discomfort out there, especially around livermore valley with temperatures there still well into the 90s. this is the way it's going to play out. 9:00 this morning we have high clouds around. we call it partly cloudy. it be foggy at the beaches. later on in the afternoon still
some filtered sun but still the area of high pressure is strong, it's overhead. it's beginning to drift to the east and as it does that's why we will get a little return flow from the ocean. this is tomorrow. you see the reds. low to mid-90s in the inner east bay and numbers in the 80s. by the time we get to the beginning of the work week, check it out. sea breeze strengthens, no for 90s. tuesday back to average temperature readings for june. the june gloom with low fog and coast each and every day at the coast. upper 80sed to santa rosa. that's coming down a good 10 degrees with numbers gradually cooling, just into the mid-70s by the middle of next week. very warm to hot inland. 78 oakland, look for about 80 today around san mateo. upper 80s north bay. the accuweather forecast, spare the air alert today.
today the warmest day out of the next seven. slightly cool her around the bay. the trend continues into the weekend and only in the 80s. comfortable and that's average for most of next week for the highs inland. chris. >> lisa, thank you. as we mentioned earlier, game three of the stanley cup finals tonight. the sharks will try to get their first winch the series in san jose. and the match will be a chance for the city to showcase itself like it never has before. >> in san jose there's enough shark spirit for everyone and the players themselves will tell you how much it means. >> you can feel the energy going around the city right now. everyone is excited for this game here. you know, the crowd that shows up and makes the tank what it is, it's pretty cool. pretty special. >> the fans and atmosphere is always awesome. its a tough build to go play in. it was cool to be on this side and see the support we do get. >> with an international audience of millions, the stanley cup final will shine the spotlight on san jose.
many will see the city for the very first time. for those would have been here before they will notice how much downtown has changed over the past decade. no longer a place to see on outboard monopoly board in the park. they are banking on showing off a new city and life. >> we have opera and performing arts center and plays and bars, entertainment, excellent food. >> different ethnicities and different cultures and different walks of life. to have it combined today in a city like san jose is very unique. >> tourism officials say it's too early to tell how much an impact the stanley cup will have as a whole but aren't denying the publicity that comes with income the final. >> so many great things for people to come see, do and hang out and play. it's a great chance for us to show the world that. >> the sharks take the ice saturday at 5:00. >> san jose isn't the only bay area city being showcased. the city of pittsburgh has been transformed in honor of the men
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>> it is saturday, june 4th. good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. we are in for another hot day across the bay area. here's meteorologist lisa argen tracking the accuweather forecast for us. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris. we saw several records yesterday. we could see a few more today. here's live doppler hd. a lot of cloud cover around the bay. we are mostly cloudy, but still on the mild side. swee have an area of low pressure that will drift over much of california today. that will bring some clouds and also an increasing onshore flow. cooling off some communities around the bay. here's a look from the tower camera. 66 in mountain view. 68 in san jose. it's 52 on the coast. 63 in morgan hill. oakland sitting at 61. and from san jose this morning you can see a few clouds around. 55 in santa rosa. 54 novato. 55 in napa. 59, i should say. mid-60s fairfield and livermore and concord at 64 degrees. with the high clds