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good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. this is "abc 7 mornings." thanks for joining us on this saturday, february 25th. i'm matt keller in for chris nguyen. here's meteorologist lisa argen with your forecast. >> good morning to you, matt. you can see we had a few showers earlier from the peninsula, through santa cruz. these were also in marin county earlier. but now looking at sfo, it's nice out there. we'll see clouds, sun, even showers. just 33 in gilroy. how about 36 in santa cruz. not even 50 today with the cloud cover and even showers there. 36 by the delta, 41 in livermore. from the east bay hills camera, looks a little gray out there. your forecast calls for cloudy skies throughout much of the
afternoon. showers, more of them will move in towards the evening. this is the first system, there's three that will bring amounts anywhere from .10 to almost .4 right on through monday. i'll tell you where and when in just a few minutes. matt? >> thank you, lisa. this huge eucalyptus tree came crashing down around 12:15 this morning near taylor boulevard. chp said the tree is covering about 40 feet of the street and it's about 30 feet high. no report on any injuries or when the lanes will open. a family dogged attacked a boy in concord. the boy's father said the baby is being treated for bites to his head. the officers said they had no choice but to shoot and kill the dog. >> reporter: concord police shot and killed a family dog that moments earlier attacked a 10-month-old boy. >> the dog was very aggressive.
took an aggressive stance toward our officers, and that's why our officer discharged his firearm. when the officer pulled him out, quite emotional scene. having to wrap his head. >> reporter: the boy underwent surgery at oakland children's hospital after suffering bites to the head. he's expected to be okay. but his 7-year-old brother is struggling after witnessing the traumatic attack. >> the 7-year-old started screaming which caught mom's attention. mom was able to pull the child away. and prevent any further attack. and that probably saved his life. >> reporter: the german shepherd mass tiff mix named charlie was 80 pounds. the mother stepped out of the room for a moment before the attack happened. >> talking to the mom, it sounds like the dog never showed any signs of aggression before in the past. mom actually raised this from when he was a pup.
contra costa animal services is investigating. in the east bay, abc 7 news. we first told you about the story last night with a push alert from the abc 7 news app. download the app for free to get breaking news updates as it happens. abc 7 news was at the south bay mobile home park in san jose. more people returned home for the first time following this week's devastating flooding. as if they people didn't have enough to worry about, now we've learned some of them have become crime victims. >> reporter: the nood water has receded from the south bay mobile home park, now the focus is getting hot water. >> i had to buy a hot plate from fry's for 20 bucks. using the microwave and heating up water. >> reporter: bonnie is the assistant manager. she and her husband have been without gas for four days and three very cold nights. >> it's been really hard on him without having the heat and stuff. when you're 70-something, you need your heat. >> reporter: now they're among the lucky ones. their gas is back on.
park utilities is going door to door relighting pilot lights. >> the great thing about it is people always smile when you knock on the door and say they're going to have hot water. >> reporter: city officials have not completely lifted the evacuation order, but park management is encouraging people to return. >> we've had three break-ins unfortunately. at least check on your home. >> reporter: in other neighborhoods, people continue to toss out their waterlogged and contaminated belongings. janet childs had to evacuate her mobile home tuesday, and she's an expert in traumatic stress. >> do one task at a time that you can accomplish. because that puts you from out of control to in control. the other thing that really helps issinging in community. so don't try to go it alone. >> reporter: the flood ravaged communities have certainly come together. in san jose, katie marzullo, abc
7 news. a multi-agency one-stop shop for evacuees hoping to get back on their feet. advocates, insurance providers and emergency experts from the state will all be hand. the center will be open from 9:00 to 4:00 this evening and 8:00 to 6:00 on weekdays. san jose is trying to figure out how much damage there is to get relief funding. yesterday city workers had dumpsters set up to help people get rid of furniture, piles of clothes and anything else damaged in this week's flood. >> it's a god send. they're well organized. it's really a god send. >> the city says it will have dumpsters in all three areas inundated by floodwaters. our team answered questions about consumer issues related to the flooding. james finney was getting answers from experts. topics included help with pets and avoiding scammers. ask your consumer questions on social media anytime using the
#ask finney. there are many ways to help the flood victims. just text the word red cross to 90999. red cross also needs volunteers. find out how to help and go to our abc 7 news app or abc7news.com. neighbors have raised thousands of dollars for a pizza chef attacked near his restaurant. abc 7 news was at bambino's restaurant last night. the media partners reported last sunday night johnny went out to his car from the restaurant to find his car broken into. three people jumped and robbed him. they fractured bones in his forehead causing him to suffer a seizure. he's now on medical leave recovering. >> everybody pulled together. everybody's working extra shifts to make up. nobody cares. that's what we do. that's what you do. you help each other out. >> a neighbor said they just want to help his family with medical expenses. so far they've raised about $3,500. the woman who claimed in a
blog that uber encourages harassment said she's now a target of a smear campaign. she asked her twitter followers not to give out any personal information about her. she left uber in december saying her manager made sexual advances that were not investigated. uber called that type of behavior wrong. abc 7 news was at the castro theater in san francisco last night for the lesbians to tech event. the goal four years ago was to attract more women and lesbians to the tech industry. this year's strategy is so champion the fight for women's rights. a woman from los angeles co-founded the black lives matter movement. >> we believe black lives matter is a movement for every single person on the planet. it's a global struggle, wherever there is black people, there's a time to fight back. you all hear that? >> more than 2,000 people are expected to attend this year. lesbians to tech continues through tomorrow. the oscars are one day away,
and while hollywood's biggest night is all about the awards, it's also about the swag. kristen see hung out in hollywood with the celebrities taking part in all the fun. >> reporter: so much awaits the a-list celebrity in hollywood. one of their favorite events around oscar weekend is the swag party. this party in hollywood is one of many where celebrities can load up on lavish goods. real housewives of atlanta star is a happy attendee of the style lounge. >> this is ridiculous. we get them and all we do is show up, and we get things. that's ridiculous in this world. >> reporter: companies eager to see their products on celebrities provide thousands of dollars worth of items for free. some offer unique experiences. > what are you giving away here? >> we're letting celebrities and other people go ahead and come to one of our rocket launches. we're taking them out on the tour, let them hug the rocket.
>> reporter: former "american idol" judge is here shopping, but also talking shop. i asked him what he thinks about this year's oscar nominations. >> very diverse this year. happy about that. i do think that "la la land" is going to win a lot of awards. >> reporter: as the celebrities party, fans are soaking up the oscar experience. and crews are busy putting the finishing touches on the dolby theater to ensure all will be perfect on hollywood's biggest night. watch the oscars live only on abc 7 tomorrow. live coverage begins at 2:00 p.m. jimmy kimmel is hosting the oscars for the first time at 5:30 p.m. it looks like we're going to have showers, maybe a good time to stay in and watch the oscars. >> exactly. the timing will be good both today and tomorrow. more evening showers. and the day, yeah, we're going to have low clouds, high clouds, maybe a passing shower. but temperatures remain cool. still just in the 30s in san
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good morning. a live look in santa cruz. chance of scattered showers today. drive-through bank this is not. somehow a car ended up in the lobby on east west bank in san francisco's sunset district last night. looks like the driver went right through the front window. no one was hurt. the alameda county sheriff's department has confirmed a body found along alameda creek in fremont is that of jenkins. she had been missing for more than a month. rescue workers searched for days. that search was hampered by storms. thursday night a man walking his dog found jenkins' body 11 miles
from where her car crashed. >> her family, we have been in touch with them. they were relieved to know that we found jada. they can now begin their closure, begin to start healing. and begin to try to make sense of this tragedy. >> sergeant kelly said there's nothing to indicate foul play. she's just one day old but a baby girl in the east bay has already taken her parents on a wild ride. elisa harrington tells us the baby was born in the car outside the hospital. >> reporter: a special and fast delivery for kim gooden and dan stoke of oakland. they surprised everyone when she decided to make her arrival in the back seat of a car. >> a mellow night at home. a slow kind of normal labor. and then within about a half an hour, it just -- it was mayhem. >> reporter: by morning, things took off. they got into the car for the short drive to the hospital, but
amara would not wait. >> the head was already crowning when we got to the hospital. >> reporter: the family got as far as that driveway. that's the valet parking drop-off in front of the hospital. a nurse who had just arrived for her shift heard screaming, and jumped into action. she called for a code stork, an emergency announcement that lets the hospital know there's a baby being born outside. surveillance video shows the crowd of hospital staff surrounding the car. that nurse has 32 years experience, but thursday was the first time she delivered a baby on her own. >> i think i was kind of in denial that it was happening. and that i was just relieved that there were people there, and i felt very safe. like everyone had it under control. >> reporter: mom, dad and baby are all doing well. and although it was chaotic, it's a story they look forward to sharing with their little girl when she's older. elissa harrington, abc 7 news.
b.a.r.t.'s overall ridership is down. they're facing a 15 to $250 milli -- $25 million deficit. the agency said the number of people riding b.a.r.t. has slumped. ridership is down 4% during the weekdays and a whopping 9% on weekends. they don't exactly know why. >> it might be because we're doing more track work on the weekends and there's delays. maybe lyft and uber has something to do with it. >> i think enough people ride it they could run it even earlier. i don't really understand. >> b.a.r.t. says it's already putting a hiring freeze in place. there's talk of raising fares and cutting service. governor brown said $430 million is needed to fix dams and levees up and down california. in a rare news conference, the governor pointed at the recent issues of the oroville dam as an example. brown said the money will address just one of many state
priorities. >> affordable housing, child care, many, many issues. so it's just that in a government as big as this, not everything will be taken care of always. lucky for you, because you wouldn't have a damn thing to do if we didn't have these kind of problems. >> most of the $430 million will come from a $7.5 billion water bond approved by voters in 2014. there's so much snow around lake tahoe, some communities have nowhere to put it. this picture was posted from incline village on instagram. the snow is towering above her. the road supervisor said he's never seen anything like this before. crews are working 16-hour shifts for days on end to clear the main roads and chip it out of the area. work on the side streets starts next week. looks like skiers and snowboarders will be able to hit the slopes during the summer. squaw valley alpine meadow plans to stay open until july 4th. more than 47 feet of snow has
fallen in the area. here in the bay area, doctors are already seeing an increase in those who suffer from allergies. those blossoms are beautiful, but not so much if you're running for the kleenex. one allergist said it's not the trees causing the pollen count to rise, it's actually juniper and elderberry. he said, quote, we ain't seen nothing yet. now, your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning, everyone. saturday morning had to put together a three-hour loop to show you, yes, we did have showers this morning. we'll have a bit of a break before more arrive tonight. there are multiple systems, about three of them, that will push down from the north right on through monday. and add up our totals, as we do a three-day total in just a few minutes. but it is snowing, truckee, blue canyon, light flakes there,
winter advisory goes into effect tomorrow morning, lasts through monday morning. 4 to 6 inches over the passes. and the ski resorts could see up to 8 inches. a little more on the way with the gusty winds. a live look outside. you can see some of the cloud cover with temperatures still in the 30s in some of our protected valleys. gill roi, low 40s. 346 in oakland, half moon bay. the coast is the best chance of showers. no delays at sfo. the peninsula looks nice and sunny with the upper 30s. with the cloud cover overnight we're just a bit warmer. you're wondering, showers, what shower activity? well, we're going to show you a time lapse of what we're expecting with the snow levels down to 2,500 feet. it's going to stay cold right on through monday. and with the cold showers, maybe a rain/snow mix. lake county, mount diablo, mount hamilton. then it changes tuesday into the end of the week, and beyond.
highs today scattered light showers at times, in the mid-50s. mostly cloudy, some sunshine. but as we go through the next several days, we're keeping it a 1 on our storm impact scale for today, tomorrow and wednesday. the snowy peaks are still a possibility. so throughout the day today, your saturday, we've got clouds, we've got some sun, and then by dinnertime, the rain that has been offshore begins to push onshore. so by about 8:00 tonight, you can see around mount hamilton and much of the south bay looking at some scattered showers. it pushes on out. here comes our next system. low snow levels, spotty showers, sunday night. and then they just keep on rolling in, right on through monday morning. amounts anywhere from a couple of hundredths. some of this a little aggressive. throughout the three days you can count on about quarter of an
inch to a third of an inch in some spots. pesky shower activity, but with the break tonight, it's cold again. low 30s north bay. 39 palo alto. a few cold showers on and off throughout mainly the late afternoon today. the evening tomorrow. the morning on monday. 1s on the storm impact scale. pr bright and sunny for tuesday. download our abc 7 news app, and you'll get the updates if we and allow the push alerts. we're all waiting for that match weather, i know. >> i love the look of the doppler on my app and just see nothing. >> i know. it will be a little active this weekend, though. >> thank you, lisa. just ahead, breaking bread with police. the east bay officer who has a request for her community. in honor of black history month, we're using our instagram feed to recognize people who made history where they live.
here's a strange piece of video here. this is bumblebees playing soccer. researchers in london trained bees to roll a ball into a goal by rewarding them with sugar water. some bees were able to do it without any demonstration. other bees watched their companions do it and found quicker ways to move the ball. playing with marbles during recess gave students in san francisco a jump-start on physics. students at roosevelt middle school built roller coasters out of foam tubes and tape. yesterday's event was part of engineering week in which students learn how to use a 3-d printer, a drone and flight simulator. a few students were able to roll their marbles through the loops, twists and turns. the pittsburgh police department sent out a message yesterday from one of its officers. really an invitation from sergeant simentell. that's her eating a sandwich. this is how i eat most of my
work meals alone. she said it can get lonely to eat alone. i invite you to pull up a chair and break bread with me own if i don't know you. still to come on abc 7 mornings quoi mornings, mud and misery in san jose. president trump takes on the fbi. he says the agency is totally unable to stop the national security leakers. he wants
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. we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. hi, lisa. >> good morning to you, matt. looks kind of nice out there with the clouds and some sunshine. here's a look from the floratorium camera. it's 41 in san jose. we've already seen showers from the north to the south. and boy, this picture keeps on changing. it was pretty just a moment ago. we've got upper 30s to low 40s. from our east bay hills camera, looking at a cool day today. a mix of clouds, sun and the showers increase by the afternoon. throughout your saturday night we'll see more sunday night showers as well. but spring is in the air. i'll explain coming up. >> thank you, lisa. today san jose mayor is hosting a neighborhood cleanup along coyote creek after this
week's flooding. volunteers are needed today to help clean up after the flood. the city will provide gloves, tools and trash bags to anyone who comes down to help. the impact of the floods on people's lives is staggering. hard to really understand if you're not dealing with it personally. abc 7 news reporter wayne friedman has more. >> reporter: behind the cones, the closures, and the police on push storm watch, rock springs in san jose is a wasteland now. a neighborhood with white picket fences in front of mud-caked plants on muddy streets filled with mud-caked cars drying in sunshine that came a few days too late. this has become a neighborhood of vacuum trucks sucking up water and muck. and residents moving around wearing garbage bags instead of proper rubber boots. >> how long does a pair of those last? >> i can already feel the water inside already. >> reporter: if we were to add up the impression of calvin's life right now, in the
automobile business they call this a happy tag attached to every new car. calvin had yet to make his first monthly payment. now what? >> i don't know. >> what has your insurance company told you? >> i'm still waiting. >> reporter: residents say they waited for a call that never came before this neighborhood became a temporary part of coyote creek. >> this is our house where we used to live. >> reporter: this apartment looks more like a river bottom. there was no warning, he told us. >> did you think this would happen? >> no. >> did you know you were living in a flood zone? >> no. >> reporter: aside from the contents of those garbage bags, next to nothing is all carlos has left. he's starting a new life he told us, at age 32. along nordale avenue in san jose, wayne friedman, abc 7. more than a half million dollars has been donated to a relief fund for flood victims. the san jose sharks chipped in $20,000.
if you'd like to donate, find a link to the fund's web page at abc7news.com. happening today, friends and family of a va le to teen who went missing nine months ago will walk to call attention to the case. 15-year-old pearl disappeared near her home in may of last year. she was last seen on the overpass above highway 780. her suspected kidnapper died in a shootout with police one day after she went missing. police are offering a $1,000 reward to anyone who can provide a tip leading to an arrest. today's walk starts at 3:00 on that overpass. the white house is admitting it tried to get the fbi to denounce reports of trump campaign to russian intelligence. the president called out the reports and its sources at the republican convention, cpac. abc news reporter david curly has more. >> reporter: facing stories and investigations about alleged ties to russia, this morning president trump and his white house are again targeting journalists. >> i call it the fake news, the
enemy of the people. and they are. they are the enemy of the people. because they have no sources, they just make them up. >> reporter: the president apparently talking about a "new york times" story saying his campaign had numerous contacts with russian intelligence. >> i'm against the people that make up stories and make up sources. they shouldn't be allowed to use sources unless they use somebody's name. >> reporter: a white house source ironically requiring anonymity said the chief of staff was told by an fbi official that the story was not true. but when reince priebus asked the fbi to say so publicly, the bureau declined. the president said the fbi is totally unable to stop the national security leakers. they can't even find the leakers within the fbi itself. this morning a "washington post" report saying the trump administration reportedly tried to enlist other politicians to
quiet the russian stories. the president set aside that controversy to bask in the bright lights of cpac. >> the core conviction of our movement is that we are a nation that put and will put its own citizens first. >> reporter: but more conflict hours later. after the president signs an executive order to study reducing regulation, the press secretary held an off-camera briefing in his office but left some major news outlets out. cecilia vega asked sean spicer about. >> there's 3,000 people that are credentialed to come in here. there's actually -- no, actually that is false. to say that there are six, maybe six that we reached out to you. >> reporter: david curly, abc news. tomorrow is hollywood's biggest night.
and comedian jimmy kimmel is hosting the show for the first time. abc news reporter linda lopez talked with him about what to expect tomorrow. >> james jimmy kimmel -- >> reporter: is jimmy kimmel nervous about following in some of the greats? >> starting with bob hope and billy crystal, ellen degeneres, and that streak ends this year. you know what? they said, we've had the comedy greats. we're tired of that. we're going to go for some of the comedy mediocres. >> reporter: he hosted the post oscar live on tv for years. but this is his first time at the helm. >> i've been nervous since the day they asked me to do this. i almost wish they, like, woke me out of bed the night before and said, hey, today you're hosting the oscars. >> reporter: jimmy won high praise in the 2016 primetime emmys. at one point bringing out his pretend rival, matt damon, to heckle him. >> i'm sorry.
you lost of the now you've got to stand out here for the rest of the night in front of everybody. >> reporter: so we had to ask matt how he thinks jimmy will do as host. matt is nominated in a film manchester by the sea. >> i have incredibly low expectations for him, so i assume he'll meet him. >> he's not getting on that stge. i don't care if he wins. for whatever he did. he will remain in his seat. i will make sure of that. >> reporter: he just hopes that afterwards the reviews are kind. >> any number of horrible things could happen. my parents will think it was the greatest performance they've ef seen. i hope whatever people think, i hope it's the same thing as my mom. >> reporter: i had to ask jimmy if he thought the oscars would get a little political this year. he said had ehopes everyone's gotten it out of their systems. but in the end he said, yeah, we can expect a little bit of that. abc news, new york.
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a live look at sfo. hey, look at that, blue skies above the airport this morning. that's always good news. lisa argen will have the details coming up. residents of a fire ravaged area in southern california are also welcoming the rain. the wet weather is transforming the rain east of los angeles hillsides left blackened and bare from last summer's wildfires. green grass and bright wild flowers everywhere. >> there's a natural sage up there which a lot of people come, native americans come and harvest it for smudging. you can see all the new growth down in here from this tree. which got burnt pretty good on this side. killed a lot of the leaves. they're all coming back now. >> of course, more grass means more fuel for wildfire season this summer. but residents say they'll worry about that later. for now, they're just going to
enjoy the colorful landscape they haven't seen in years. uc berkeley has bragging rights, 22 nobel prize winners, now they have a championship video game team. six-member team just won a five-month long tournament. abc 7 news caught up with most of the teams. they took home $42,000 in prizes and scholarships. blizzard entertainment's e-sports division expect tournaments to rival college athletics in popularity in just a few years. pretty amazing to see. being a good weekend to maybe stay inside and play video games. >> we saw a few showers out this this morning. the timing is pretty good coming in to the evening hours. check it out. mount tam, you can see that little bit of fog and clouds floating by. it is still cool. we're in this air mass that just does not want to let go of the cold and damp atmosphere that's going to take us through monday
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they called chevron and they were told things are normal. in sports tonight, the warriors are at home for their final game before heading out on a five-game road trip. tip-off at 7:30 tonight. the giants played their first spring training game yesterday. here's abc 7 sports director larry biel with the highlights and this morning's sports. >> reporter: good morning, everybody. chris morero is trying to make the roster. the giants opened up cactus league play in scottsdale against the reds. bumgarner was onlt scheduled to throw one inning. wild, threw 24 pitches, hit a guy, and here with the bases loaded, patrick driving in a pair. hunter pence healthy and ready for 2017. drives in the first run of the season. in the bottom of the ninth,
giants were down four. there it goes! morero trying to win that roster spot. giants win 6-4. mad baum glad to get it started. >> every time you step out on the mound, just getting ready for the regular season. as long as you feel like your arm strength's there and your pitches are ready, by the end of this month or six weeks, that's all you can ask for. >> javale mcgee has done a lot to resurrect his career with the warriors. he's had it with shaquille o'neal making fun of him all the time. thursday night ran a long segment making fun of javale again. what followed was an x-rated twitter battle between these two dudes. i can't say what they were typing. look it up for yourself. warriors, javale, they've got your back. >> if he was in that position, he would feel the same way.
you know what i mean? to be called a bum and all this, because you're such a great player obviously, but he air balled free throws. he's still a great player, but you have your flaws, too, as a player. college hoops senior night for jabari bird. last home game for sophomore ivan rabb. rabb said he wanted to soak in the moment. sounds like he's planning on leaving. this bird flies. cal wins. 19-9. packed house in corvallis for the eighth ranked stanford women. they upset the cardinals earlier this season. sydney weise on fire. she had 22. nice play. double pick to set up a three-point shot. five seconds to go. stanford down three.
erika mccall for the tie? no. 50-47 the final. oregon state sweeps stanford and the cal women beat oregon. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry biel. now, your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> starting your weekend on a chilly note. we did have showers, this is a six-hour loop. you can see them moving through san mateo, and into the san mateo county coast i should say. a couple of weak weather systems embedded in this flow. it will allow for cold showers in the bay area right through monday morning. and also sierra snow. with a winter weather advisory going into effect tomorrow morning, through 4:00 on monday. 4 to 6 inches over the passes. could see about 8 inches for the local resorts with gusty winds. you're wondering, what rain, right? this is the golden gate bridge where we have cumulus clouds, a bit of a breeze out there.
temperatures are chilly, mid-30s to mid-40s from san francisco to oakland. we'll be lucky to hit 50 down in santa cruz today. from the exploratorium camera, you can see the upper 30s. 41 for livermore. because of the cloud cover overnight, it's a little warmer now, but it will be offset by the cool air mass today. a little foggy out there, this will be the order of the day today. the weekend will not be a washout. the showers coming in. looks like the late afternoon and evening hours each day. looking for a little bit of bursts of rain tonight. with the snow levels down to 2,500 feet. and then another wave moving through sunday night into monday. but tuesday, we're sunny, we're warmer, right on through, it looks like next weekend. mid-50s today with scattered light spotty showers. cool afternoon. look at lake port, you can see the low snow levels there, mixed precip. we bring in the storm impact scale where a 1 today will rate
our system tonight into tomorrow night and into monday morning. three of them with spotty light showers up to a third of an inch, maybe .4 around ben loman and santa cruz, maybe hamilton, snowflakes there. as we go through your morning and afternoon, you see the cloud cover. some breaks. here we are at 5:00. and some showers are beginning to push onshore. look what happens, though, as we go through 7:00, 8:00. looks like more activity wants to push into the san mateo coast, the east bay, the south bay. santa cruz mountains, here's a break. much of sunday will be dry. by the evening hours, more spotty showers. still that cold air in place. so it's not going to take much as we wring out the moisture here to get a little rain/snow mix around mount hamilton. so this is monday morning. then we quickly clear. it's a sunny monday afternoon. three-day totals, least amounts in the north bay, a couple ub hundredths there. i think these are a little aggressive, but quarter of an
inch to maybe .3. overnight tonight, another cold night, with temperatures in the 30s. 1 on the storm impact scale, afternoon and evening rain tonight. same deal tomorrow. looks like more of it will be tonight, though. and into early monday morning. can't wait for more sun and more warmth. we definitely need a break from the rain, and looks like it's coming in a few days. >> can't wait. thank you, lisa. on tuesday, nintendo will release the latest game console that looks like nothing you've ever seen before. jonathan bloom has a hands-on look at the nintendo switch. >> reporter: it looks like an airplane. two guys locked in a serious battle on a tiny screen with even tinier controllers. that's a mario card they're playing that's nintendo's big idea. >> a home video game system that you can take with you and play anywhere and everywhere. >> reporter: they're showing it off in settings from living rooms to restaurants using the tiny controllers to take on
enemies and dance the night away. you can play any game on your big tv, pull the switch out of its dock and keep playing on the go. as for the little controllers -- >> take them off and combine them into one control. you can give one to your friend. >> reporter: jacob decker said they're awfully small. nintendo sells a pro controller for bigger hands. but this isn't some miniature version, this is nintendo's flagship device. >> this is our future for the next several years, right? this will be our console system. >> reporter: switch will be the only living room console. >> i don't think this will go toe-to-toe with your xbox 1s. the real key to nintendo switch's success is the way it rolls out the red carpet for a parade of legendary video game kark tess. >> mario comes out soon after. >> reporter: promising a steady stream of games with all the lovable faces. nintendo knows it has a wider
audience to please than other consoles aimed at serious gamers. >> we have kids, families. the nintendo switch has a little something for everybody. >> reporter: switch is already a soldout hit in japan. in the u.s., at $300, pre-orders are strong. >> it's sold out everywhere. >> reporter: in san francisco, jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. a special basketball camp being held for dozens of amputees, next
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the winning numbers from last night $64 million. 12, 29, 33, 42, 68 and 14. nobody picked all six numbers. tuesday night's jackpot increases to $73 million. happening today, the golden state warriors team up with the uc san francisco program to give amputees a free basketball camp. with help from high-tech prosthetics, players have overcome amputations to compete in sports as part of their rehabilitation. this year is the second annual camp for people ages 7 to 60. the team will be a part of today's clinic. camp starts at 10:00 this morning at baker rec center at mission bay. time to get a final check of your accuweather forecast with lisa. >> a little bit of sun out there, but it will fade away and we'll see more showers this evening. check out this forecast animation. by 5:00, showers on the coast that want to push through the peninsula. south bay, a break tomorrow. tomorrow evening, just in time for the oscars, we've got more
showers. and monday morning, it clears quickly. our seven-day forecast, 1 on the storm impact scale each day through monday. light amounts, but nonetheless, the showers will be out there. not a washout this weekend. we're all looking forward to the bright and sunny conditions arriving on tuesday, with highs in the 60s throughout the week. so, you know, it's the rain coat and layers today. >> you may see a couple of clouds and blue skies above you and then showers a little bit later. >> exactly. you know better. >> yeah, right. thank you, lisa. and thank you for joining us on "abc 7 mornings." abc 7 news continues at 4:30 p.m. that's followed by nba countdown at 5:00 p.m., where the bulls battle the cavaliers at quicken loans arena, followed by toyota after the game with larry biel and warriors ambassador. around 8:00 p.m., follow us. have a great weekend, everyone.
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