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>> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, june 26th. let's start off with a quick look at the weather with meteorologist frances dinglasan, in for lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn. another sunny sunday ahead. it shows some coastal clouds here. they are trying to push in but they aren't going to get very far. you see some of the clouds from the sutro tower. thena reason layer is fairly weak so it will pull back quickly. oakland 57, mountain view and san jose 630 degrees. half moon bay cooler at
58 degrees. from mt. tam we are looking south toward san francisco. >> see the coastal clouds trying to come in again. it's pretty weak right now. napa 54. novato 50. and low 60s fairfield and concord. livermore dropped down to 59 degrees. the sun just rows up about 11 minutes ago. here's how the day will play out. we start to warm up. by noontime 90s inland, 70s around the bay and even 80s in san jose. the heat will peek this afternoon, near 100 inland. comfortable around the bay. and i'll let you no i we are going to get even warmer in the next few days. i'll have that with my accuweather seven-day forecast. carolyn. >> thank you, frances. breaking news out of the south bay. at least one person is dead after an accident on highway 101 at the northbound i-280 connector in san jose. it happened around 4:45 this morning. one car is still blocking one lane on southbound 101. the chp, of course,
investigating that accident. drivers are asked to stay out of that area. this is pride sunday in san francisco. there's something different about this year's celebrations. last night some participants were milling around, not sure where to go. abc7 news reporter sergio quintana shows us. >> this is the first year in a long time the dike march ended with no street party to go to. this is what happened. confusion and gridlock. police officers tried to redirect traffic, but as the traffic poured on to castro street, some motorists were stuck. >> i knew there would be some traffic and activity, but this is -- what would you say, surpassed my expectations by far, that's for sure. >> i'm waiting for the cops to come and guide us through. >> her s.u.v. was nearly empty so she was hoping to fuel up but was at a standstill. for about a half-hour the crowd from the march and onlookers overwhelmed the corner of castro street and 18th street.
police serged the area and dissipated the crowd. but they hoped to participate in what used to be called the saturday pink party, a neighborhood street event. >> our friend has lived here for many years and he willet us know this is a big deal, this is where it would be happening. >> not everybody wants to have to pay to get into a local place to hang out. so kind of nice to be able to hang out on the street, dance around, meet new people. >> it was cancelled this year because no local group stepped in to sponsor the event. the increased security and visible police presence is the response to a mass shooting at an orlando gay club two weeks it's a different period for san francisco pride. for those who did choose to go into the local club, they were met with increased security at the door, including metal detector wands and thorough pat-downs. abc7 news. >> the saturday pink party was held but it was moved. putt sisters of perpetual
indulgence held the party at 12th and harrison street in the south of market be neighborhood yesterday. it had been cancelled but then at the last minute the sisters stepped in after no one else wanted to host it. ♪ abc7 news was atop twin peaks as the installation of pink triangle. it symbolizes the badges that the nazis forced homosexual to wear during world war ii and now it's a dim boll of pride. there will be a lot of street closers for the pride celebration. the area around civic center will be closed today. and market street from beale to 8th will be closed for the
parade. muni is asking people to take public transportation and will reroute away from the closers. bart will begin service early at 7:00 this morning and run extra trains. and more encouragement not to drive if you are planning to go to the pride parade. the golden gate ferry is adding two more early morning departures this morning. bags will be searched and riders are asked to arrive half-hour before their scheduled departure time to make sure the ferry can leave on time. developing news out of the east bay this morning. police arrested someone after a car chase ended in san leandro. it happened just before 11:00 last night. in that twitter video you see a car with flashing lights on fire on interstate 580 near the high street exit. police have not said if it's a
police car or if it's related to the chase. a home is destroyed, several others damaged in a fast-moving four-alarm fire that also scorched an east bay trail. the forecaused $650,000 in damage to at least five homes. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has the story. >> huge 50-foot flames whip across the back of homes on burbwood way. it didn't take long before the fire took on a life of its own. >> the problem became more complex when the wind and the grass ran the fire from here to deer valley road. >> it was devastating. it just blew by in about two minutes. and then it jumped to the housetop. it took over of the whole hill. >> the hillside burned fast. firefighters attacked it from below while homeowners hosed down their decks.
>> very scary. a wind going on, hot outside, and out a lot of houses at risk. >> her house was closest to the ignition site. first it went across her backyard and quickly came in the backyard. >> i saw the burning and grabbed my daughter and went out of the front door. >> two of the three cats were found safe. firefighters were able to salvage a few things, like photo albums, and things that belonged to her late husband. >> it's hard watching my home go up in smoke. >> meanwhile the fire threatened those who lived more than a had brock away from where it all started. the firefighters moved fast to get those people out of their homes just in case. while the fire is considered accidental, the homeowner whose cigarette started the fire could face charges for negligence and reckless endangerment. in antioch, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. as crews were responding to the fire they found a marijuana grow operation in a house a couple doors down. antioch police officers accidentally discovered 800 pot
plants at the home as they were going door to door investigating the cause of the fire. they seized the plants worth more than $1 million in street value. two people have been arrested. the pot growing operation had nothing to do with the fire on on top of the fire, contra costa county crews had their hands full with the 40-acre grass fire. it broke out about an hour before the antioch incident. crews were able to put out the fire with the help of two air tankers and a cal fire helicopter. firefighters say it could have been much worse. >> it easily could have come down and took the freeway and we would be chasing it over the hill over there. or got up this way and got into communication tower. it could have been significantly worse. >> the fire was contained in about an hour. cal fire stayed on scene overnight looking for hotspots. no injuries reported.
>> firefighters in almeda county were busy with their own brush fires. one scorched more than 200 acres yesterday afternoon. smoke from the fire briefly closed down interstate 580 because driver could not see. it was contained around 10:00 last night. the ultima pass fire was one of ever three that crews dealt with in the area. now to the deadly wildfire in kern county near the lake izabella area. human remains have been found in that raging fire that killed two people and destroyed 150 homes. flames have burned more than 35,000 acres. abc news reporter cana witworth has more from kern county. >> the largest wildfire in california engulfing home after home in mere minutes. >> we still have a very ugly fire out there in extremely dry fuel.
and with the winds we have a monster out there. >> the fire tearing through so quickly an elderly couple could not escape. >> we have confirmed that we have at least two fatalities. >> officials dropping containment levels to zero. the governor declaring state of emergency for kern county. >> wind has been the biggest problem for firefighters, winds between 40 and 60 miles per hour at some point and several downed powerlines. power is out to the whole area. >> authorities telling residents they fear for their lives if they return home. evacuation orders are in place with at least 2500 homes at risk. >> so many people on this block have lost their homes and everything. this is bad. >> jessica's grandparents' home burned down. >> they are definitely not coming back in the okay is given. i'm thankful they are alive. >> homes like this that were destroyed, and now there are
reports of looting. now they may not have no place to come home to, but they are being robbed. authorities also say that they hope to have people back in their homes within days, if not weeks. abc news, squaw valley, california. >> high fire danger for us, no doubt, frances, with the temperatures soaring. >> definitely. we have hot temperatures inland. and looking from sutro tower camera you see the low coastal clouds that may be a welcome site. unfortunately for this week the marine layer is not going to do much damage. hot numbers ahead with triple digit heat in the accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. >> thank you, frances. and a family holding out hope. one month since a 15-month-old girl was kidnapped in vallejo.
family and friends released balloons in her honor, just a few feet from where they believe she was abducted. tributes cover a pedestrian overpass by interstate 780 where she was last seen. >> we will find someone to help us find pearl and someone will make a phone call to bring her home. >> pinson's disappearance triggered an amber alert. her suspected kidnapper, a 19-year-old, died with a shootout with police in santa barbara county one day after pinson vanished. protesters rallied in oakland ahead of a vote that would ban shipping coal from the marine terminal now under construction in oakland. ♪ abc7 news was at the plaza for yesterday afternoon's event. the controversial terminal is being developed at the former oakland army base. it would be the largest coal export facility in the western
u.s. critics say it poses significant health and safety risks for oakland and communities near the rail line. >> we're here to say the city council must pass the ban, pass the ban. pass the ban! >> the council takes up that ban during a special meeting scheduled for tomorrow evening at 5:00. protesters are expected. from scary moments when a bear cub escaped at the zoo in columbus, ohio. zookeepers say the black bear scaled a 12-foot high fence yesterday. the zoo went on lockdown 15 minutes while they captured the seven-month-old cub named joan. joan is named for rocker joan jett. joan and another rescued cub arrived at the zoo just a month ago. yesterday's escape happened while they were being moved into a new enclosure.
>> happening today tens of thousands will be in the north bay for the toyota save march 350 race at sonoma raceway. legendary driver ernie irvan returns this year for a short q&a with fans. the patriot jet team will perform an airshow at 10:50 this morning and then the drivers will be introduced. the big race starts at noon. you can participate in a post racetrack walk where you can hunt for prizes from a go pro camera to a big screen tv. hunt and walk with a lot of water, right, frances? >> yeah, a lot of water and maybe a big hat to protect you be from the strong sun you will see there today. it will be quite warm. here's a look at live doppler 7hd. we see some coastal clouds but it's a very shallow marine layer. it won't get very far and do much damage to inland temperatures." right now in the half moon bay
it's dropped down to 48 degrees. 50 novato and santa rosa. 60 in san jose and mountain view. 65 antioch. that's where we will see some of the warmer temperatures today. there's san francisco san francisco. you see the coastal clouds. they try to push their way in but they aren't going to get very far and they will push back very quickly. we could still see some patchy coastal fog this morning. a warm to hot day ahead a heat alert in effect monday through wednesday. we will see triple digit heat in inland areas. highs today will be nice and warm, much like yesterday in san jose. the high 88. mid-90s through morgan hill and gilroy, and santa cruz, also a pleasant day. the peninsula coast a little cooler, mid-to upper 60s. warm through palo alto and mountain view upper 80s for you. 71, but daly city 64 degrees.
and also we have a rank of temperatures in the north bay from 70 at stinson beach all the way to low 90s, through sonoma and napa if you are heading to the race there. and in the east bay upper 70s berkeley and oakland to low 80s. as you make your way further south san leandro, union city and fremont. the triple digit heat, one spot in fairfield. it could hit 100 today. and upper 90s all the way through the san ramon valley. pittsburgh at 98. and a lot of folks head today the pride parade. don't get caught in the traffic. you will need the sunscreen as well. it will be great weather. lots of sunshine. coastal clouds early this morning but temperatures will be mild at 64 degrees. you don't need a jacket. things start to cool down 6:00 to the upper 60s. overnight low mainly in the 60s. 52 in half moon bay. fremont 57. but check out the low 60s
through fairfield, vallejo, concord and antioch and also in san jose. triple digit heat gets ready. monday it will be hot. 103 possibly in antioch. already 90 in san jose. tuesday we hang on to the heat. more triple digit heat as well through fairfield, antioch. even san francisco hitting degrees well above average. wednesday still hot and starting to cool down. that will go through the end of the week. hot around bait, as well. upper 80s and turning cooler for thent of the work week where we will be closer to average. but plenty ever sunshine and dry. so enjoy the summer weather, but just be a little careful with that extreme u.v. index. had carolyn. >> thank you, up next. firing up the grill. how tech played a part in the
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travelocity. finally she was told no refund. she had to use the refund within one year and an exchange fear. >> i was shaky. i couldn't do the flight. >> she felt too sick to fly so she pleaded for an extension of time but no help. >> i called them so many times and it was put on hold, disconnected. >> she contacted "7 on your side." we showed travelocity the letters from her doctors advising her not to travel. the company came through. >> she called me that week and said you got the refund. and i just was like, yes! that's awesome. >> travelocity tells us airlines set the rules on refunds. british airlines denied her claim for money back cue to -- due to illness. but travelocity said we realize it may have not been made fully clear in her calls with us so we made the decision to credit her account for the full price of the ticket. >> oh, my gosh, when i got the refund i just felt like something good happened for me. >> most airlines won't refund your airfare if you get sick but will give you one year to as you your ticket. usually you will have to pay a change fee, as well.
a good precaution is buy trip insurance that covers you in case of an illness. i'm michael finney, "7 on your side." >> it is the dog days of summer and yesterday was the day for corgis. hundreds of the little dogs wad he would across the san francisco beach for a corgi-con. some dressed up in costumes. money raised goes to rescue organizations that help find homes for corgis. these pictures were sent using the # abc7now. barbecue grillmasters competed against one another for top honors for the silicon valley barbecue competition yesterday. abc7 news was at the park in santa clara. teams seared up some of their
best q. one team showed off their barbecue adapter but the technology wasn't enough to beat that couple. an old-fashioned recipe from that husband and wife team. the couple are originally from the south bay. it is the 30th barbecue competition they have won. much more ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. twin natural disasters on both sides of the country. historic floods wash out towns and a raging inferno burns through more than 100 homes. and san francisco is just one of several cities holding a pride parade today. we will tell you which sports league will be the first to participate in new york city's pride march.
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60 degrees. half moon bay has dropped down. right now it's at 48 degrees. also check out another view from the east bay hills. here you can see san francisco and you can even see the top of sutro tower. that indicates how thin the marine layer is and how quickly it will nicks out. temperatures still hot inland today. currently in santa rosa 50. napa 54. i'll let you no by triple digit heat coming our way. carolyn. >> in the wake of the orlando shooting that targeted members of the lgbt community, there will be an increased police presence at the pride festival today. there's a security checkpoint screening at every entrance to pride fest. safety is the mantra of today's celebrations, but there's mixed feelings. >> i think it needs to be implemented and it's a good idea. >> we have metal detectors we should all be safe, but we are still always looking over our shoulders.
>> i do not think more police presence will make us safe. the attack in orlando was one lone gunman. >> an estimated 1 million people will line market street for the parade, which is described as the largest gathering of lgbt people in the nation. the parade starts at 10:30 this morning. there will be a lot of street closers. the area around civic center will be closed today and market street from beale to eighth will be closed for the pride parade. muni is asking people to take public transportation and will reroute buses away from the closers. bart will begin service early at 7:00 this morning and will run extra trains. we are using our bay area instagram feed to celebrate lgb1 pride where you live. stood he is celebrate the diversity center in santa cruz
county. here you see members of the center's dynamic youth program marching in the santa cruz pride parade. you can learn more on our abc7 news bay area instagram feed. today's pride march in new york city will be the biggest one in history. a record 32,000 marchers and more than 400 groups are expected to participate in the manhattan parade. last year's event had 20,000 marchers and drew more than 2.5 million spectatots. the nba will be the first sports league to ever participate with more than 100 employees and their families marching today. in texas thousands of people attended the houston pride festival and parade yesterday. organizers there also beefed-up security this year. bomb-sniffing dogs checked out cars along the route. the orlando shooting victims' names were written on a giant rainbow flag you see in the yellow portion there. a marine that worked as a
bouncer during the shooting was the grand marshal of that parade. and in florida more than 100 marchers from the lgbt community in orlando led the huge st. petersburg parade last night. they carried signs of each of the victims of the pulse nightclub shooting. event started with a moment of silence. this parade is the largest in florida, usually attracting 100,000 people. states of emergency are in effect this morning in west virginia and california. out west it's the massive effort to stop a raging wildfire. and in coal mining country at least 24 people have died in historic floods. abc news reporter chuck severson has the story. >> the search for the missing still underway after epic floods devastated wide parts of west virginia. one family is trying to find their son's girlfriend who was in this home that was ripped off the foundation.
>> they said the last thing they d then they never heardew her any more. so we don't know that she got through. >> the rapidly-rising water trapped hundreds of people in their homes. >> we weren't sure when it was going to stop. >> 48 hours after the waters rose, over one hundred homes are damaged or swept away. ryan christie lost his home. >> it was tragic. i mean, just like my home, it's completely destroyed and everything in it. >> it's going to take years, probably, to recover from this disaster. >> out west in california, devastation of a different kind. walls of fire engulfing home after home in mere seconds. so quick an elderly couple could not escape in time. >> we have confirmed we have at least two fatalities. >> california's largest wildfire has destroyed at least 150 buildings. more than 35,000 acres have gone up in flames. evacuation orders are still in place with 2500 homes at risk. so far a land and air assault
has not stopped the fire. chuck severson, abc news, new york. >> overseas the fallout continues this morning over britain's decision to leave the e.u. senior e.u. politicians are demanding britain cut ties quickly to limit shockwaves. and now there's a call for a do-over. more than 2 million people signing a petition for a secondd vote. abc news reporter has more from london. >> the reality sets in. >> i'm uncomfortable. >> the questions and the regrets. >> i think we've been taken advantage of. >> do you regret the fact you voted to leave the e.u.? >> i'm not regretting it at the moment. possibly. but i need time to tell. >> now more than 2.5 million people and counting signing this petition asking for another chance to vote. political pundits don't expect it to happen.
one even says there is zero chance. the e.u. delivering this message to britain, leave now. but it's britain's call deciding when to trigger the divorce and britain is in no hurry. >> i suspect the other countries will make it difficult for us. >> what is next with david cameron's stunning announcement he will step down? the new prime minister could turn out to be this man, american born brexit champion boris johnson. a former mayor known for his eccentric personalities, stunts like these, and, yes, his hair. facing the rath of the voters friday as he was leaving his home. >> shame on you! >> this is uncharted territory. no nation has left the e.u. in modern times. the netherlands, france and
italy are considering now having their own votes. abc7 news, london. >> a new survey shows hillary clinton has a bigger advantage in the presidential race against donald trump. in a new abc news washington post poll just released in the past 30 minutes clinton has a 12-point lead over trump. 51% to 39. the poll also found two-thirds of americans see him as biased against women and minorities. 64% of voters also call trump unqualified to serve as president. that's up six points from last month in an exclusive interview, george stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. mcconnell will explain his reasons for donald trump to become a serious candidate in his words. can you catch it here on abc7. still ahead on the abc7 sunday
this yellow guitar owned by prince sold at auction in l.a.. indianapolis colts owner and music collector jim irsay bought the yellow cloud for more than $130,000. heritage auction said the guitar was a favorite of prince's back ins '80s and '90s. prince died in april in his a paisley park home in minnesota from what has been determined an accidental overdose of fentanyl. he was 57 years old. frances, i have to say i am dreading this week. i do not like triple-digit heat. >> i know. it will be so hot inland. but i have some good news for you, carolyn. if you do head for the coast, we see some low clouds there and most temperatures in the 60s except for santa cruz at the boardwalk today 79 degrees. i'll let you know how hot it will be in your neighborhood coming up. >> thank you, frances. also ahead, madison bumgarner takes the mound on bobblehead
sports. >> good morning, giants pitcher madison bumgarner was gunning for his ninth win of the season as he took the mound against the phillies. madison bumgarner is also dangerous at the plate, so his bobblehead give away at at&t park didn't end in pitching, but batting. giants got a break in the second. this should be the third out, but this allowed posey to make it 1-0 in the second. madison bumgarner had a no hitter in the fifth. he struck out two looking. and in all he had seven strikeouts. but in the seventh the phillies got to madison bumgarner for three runs, two coming on this home run deep to center field by cameron rupp. that ended bumgarner's night. the giants try to rally in the eighth. two on and one out. this one tyler makes the catch and it doubles off joe panik,
who was already at third base. phillies cool off the giants 3-2, snapping their four-game winning streak. at angels stadium, somebody check out the calendar. there were snowmen in the outfield. in the third, danny valencia connects to give oakland the 2-0 lead. and he got to the rookie for back-to-back home runs. first cole calhoun and then mike trout, his 15th of the year. oakland regained the lead with the run in the third and then in the fifth chris davis drives in coco crisp with the two-out single. it's his 50th rbi of the season. albert pujols cuts the margin back to one with this solo shot. the 574th home run of his career puts him 11th on the all-time list. but breathing room in the sixth. crisp drives in a pair and oakland wins 7-3. overton go the victory. the copa america wraps up tonight at chile takes on argentina.
last night in arizona the u.s. squared off with columbia for third place. team usa had a chance to high in the 62nd minute but bobby woods' shot hits the post. colombia wins 1-0. america's fourth place finish ties its previous best. >> at the stadium, l. a. scored in the 69th minute in this game. it was 1-0 galaxy. stayed that way until the 90th minute. one last shot for the quakes and chad barrett ties it up. the contest would end in a 1-1 tie. that's sports for sunday morning. i'll see you again tonight at 5:00. >> let's check in with frances now. she's here for lisa argen this morning. you've got a lot on your plate, young lady. >> yeah, we've got all kinds of weather out there right now.
clear conditions in many inland areas but the coastal clouds are trying to move in. temperatures range, as well. mid-60s in antioch right now. 65 for you there. concord, san ramon, mountain view already at 60 degrees and cooler at the coast. check out this really pretty picture from mt. tam. we are looking south toward san francisco. and what you will notice is this kind of thin marine layer trying to make its way in. this is the natural air conditioning. the very finlay a are aer is not going to make it far. it will mix out quick play we will see not hot numbers totay. we to could see patchy coastal flog, warm to hot. and watch out. a heat alert monday, tuesday and wednesday. things are really going to get uncomfortable. here's a look at how the clouds play out. you will notice it will quickly dissipate, pull back the coast
and everyone else sunny conditions. temperatures today will be close to yesterday's numbers. 100 airfield, san jose 88 degrees. morgan hill 94. san francisco pretty comfortable at 71 agrees and if you want the 06 eats head to the coach where half moon bay will be closer to 68. if you are head today the beach the u.v. index is ex-prep. santa cruz 79. monterey bay 68 degrees for you there. and high pressure keeping the state warm as well. lots of triple digit heat. 102 chico, sacramento and even palm springs hitting 111 and fresno 105. you will be baking out there. it will be pleasant for the san francisco pride parade. today at 10:00 this morning we could see some of the coastal clouds lingering but it will be comfortable at 64 trees. you won't even need a jacket. by this afternoon temperatures in the low 70s with plenty of sunshine, even mild for the
evening at 6:00 if you have dinner plans. overnight lows will give you a chance to cool down. even inland areas dropping down to the 50s. fremont 57, livermore 57 degrees. but 60 vallejo, fairfield, concord, san jose and then the coolest will be half moon bay again with the clouds a at52 degrees. this is why we have the heat alert. antioch todayed 8. monday, tuesday and wednesday, 103, 104, 103, then we kind of drop down after thursday into friday where temperatures will be closer to normal. so hot inland again today. but that heat alert monday, tuesday and wednesday wherein land numbers will be sizzling, hot, as well, and warm around the bay and mild at the coast where temperatures will hofner the 60s all week long. carolyn. >> sizzling is the right word. thank you, frances. a ten-year old boy from the east bay is preparing to embark on a musical journey of epic
proportions. on thursday he's going to perform at carnegie hall in new york. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo has the story. ♪ >> ten-year-old connor is on his way to play at carnegie hall. ♪ >> it will be his fifth performance there. but his first time on the main stage. >> i wanted somebody that was blindfolded then and they will not say it he didn't do it for his age and somebody will say he is like arthur rubenstein. he's not the least bit nervous. >> it's the big stage and the fun you have playing on it. >> his mom a scientist and his dad, an engineer, are nervous and also proud and excited. they have been nurturing his gift from the beginning. >> he was one-year-old when i noticed he's listening very carefully to my piece and waited until i finished and he would clap for me. >> when he was like three or four years old, he could play
any music he would hear. >> at age 5 he composed his first piece. connor can hardly explain his love for music. >> it's like some kind of passion when it comes into you. >> but ask him what he wants to be when he grows up and the answer comes easily, a pediatric surgical oncologist. >> i want to be the one that cures cancer. >> in the meantime, he has his time on the piano and for his other hobby, cars. abc7 news. >> up next, a new observation deck on top of the world's tallest building.
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she was are the winning number from last night's powerball draw. no one got all six numbers and wednesday's jackpot grows to $222 million. thrill seekers can now ride a glass slide attached to the tallest building in the state. it's called the sky slide. it's mounted on the outside of the u.s. bank building in los angeles. the sky slide is 45 feet long and connects the 70th floor to
the 69th at 1,000 feet high. the glass is just a little more than one inch thick looking down to all the traffic in the streets below. riders will have to shell out $33 just a glide down the slide. i think frances would do something like that, wouldn't you? >> i would love to do something like that, carolyn. you are exactly right. the heat is on today, near 100 in fairfield. cooler at the coast. cloudy. a little bit partly cloudy at half moon bay. and guess what we will crank up the heat. it will be warmer and hot monday, tuesday and wednesday. carolyn. >> thank you, frances. thanks for joining us on the sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with frances dinglasan, in this morning tore lisa argen. the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and all your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. abc7 news continues at 9:00 this morning. good morning america is coming up next. have a happy and safe pride, everyone. we will see you back here at 9:00.
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