tv ABC7 News 500AM ABC April 19, 2017 5:00am-6:01am PDT
it's 5:00 a.m. and we are halfway through the week. welcome to wednesday, april 19th. >> i am reggie aqui, and in a moment we will talk to jessica, and she is covering the breaking news, the death of aaron hernandez. first, we will get to weather and traffic this morning. so far this morning it has been relatively quiet weather-wise. >> yes. no rain on live doppler 7. and santa rosa near the airport, you can see fulton road and east
side road and 101, visibility down to half a mile so be careful there. and then the roof camera, quiet here. temperatures running cooler, mainly in the 40s. we will see more sunshine. we will stay in the 50s at the coast and mid to upper 60s as we head through a dry afternoon and evening, and once we get to 8:00 or 9:00, our next storm arrives and more on that next. >> how is the commute going, alexis? >> so far so good. a handful of small issues this morning. we had a crash at around 3:00 around washington avenue and lewelling boulevard and that took out the traffic signals, so they are expecting backups on washington avenue. stick to huh spearen for an alternate. and i promised drive times. they are light so far and we'll check on those coming up next. back to the breaking news we
brought you at 4:30, aaron hernandez killed himself in a massachusetts jail. the 27-year-old was found hanged this morning with a bed sheet tied to a window in his cell. guards tried to revive him but were not able to. he was pronounced dead at the hospital and played three seasons with new england before being arrested for murder in 2013, and he is serving a life sentence and was acquitted of a double murder that happened while he was still with the team. bill belichick was interviewed about him just a few days ago and described him then in just one word, quote, tragedy. back to you. >> thank you, jessica. we have new details of the rules made to protect renters' rights. >> it came down to a close vote. matt keller is live in san jose. matt. >> reporter: good morning, reggie and natasha.
87,000 is the number of units impacted by the new policies passed by the city council here in san jose late last night. this was a tight vote. it passed 6-5. it was a heated debate. now landlords will be required to give tenants a reason or just cause before giving them an eviction cause. before this they did no cause evictions. renters were concerned they could be thrown out just so the landlord could get more money from somebody else. >> if full just cause is implemented, respectable tenants will not have to fear retaliatory eviction the way i and other tenants in the buildings did. >> the just cause requirement would be the worst thing you could do for the good tenants. it's my only tool for acting as
an arbitrator when i have a bad tenant next to a good tenant. >> our media partner, the "mercury news," they said the renters will have the new protections the first day they move in. developing news out of gunman. the gunman in a shooting spree that left three people dead expected to be arraigned tomorrow afternoon. >> one of the victims identified by family members is mark gasset, and they say he is a father and will be missed by many. gasset gassett just left catholic charities with food. >> i didn't think much of it, but he was running and when he passed us he pulled a gun, and the man with the backpack, and he runs up from behind and he
shoots him and after he shoots him twice, he falls to the floor, and he shoots him again and keeps running. >> police say the gunman, 39-year-old kori muhammad ran by an officer that arrested an officer that arrested muhammad shouted was shooting. a small plane disappeared on its way to the bay area. two people were onboard around 4:00 monday afternoon. here's a photo of the four-seat aircraft, blue and white with gold trim. crews say they will search as long as needed. new details this morning about the settlement of a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by a cal employee against her boss, the former dean of the lawsuit.
she will be paid $1.7 million over ten years. she claimed former uc berkeley lawsuit dean persistently hugged, kissed and touched her for two years and officials did nothing about it. khaul gee resigned after getting suspended. antioch police say he robbed a bank on lone tree way. nobody was hurt. if you recognize him, please call police. the family of a missing hayward woman is asking for your help. the 23-year-old was last seen six days ago leaving her home at midnight. 5'3" and 120-pound woman tattooed on her hand.
and george bush is back in the hospital but will be fine. he was admitted on friday because of a persistent cough. president bush is being held for further observation while he regains his strength. and then creating sanctuary work places. immigrant right supporters rallied in favor of the resolution. it will establish safe places for immigrants at work so employees don't use immigration status to threaten or discriminate against workers. organizers say thousands in the bay area are expected to walk bay area are expected to walk off the job may 1st to support immigrant rights. >> abc7 news reporter has the impact and reaction from silicon valley. >> in silicon valley finding enough people highly qualified in computer science is
difficult. >> this kind of job requires us to have very specific skills and some experience. >> we don't move here to take anybody's jobs, we move here to become better professionals in our communities. >> both engineers came to the bay area as students and are now applying for the visa, and president trump signed an executive order that would change the rules for those visas. >> we are sending a powerful signal to the world, and we are going to defend our workers and protect our jobs. >> that's a word of everybody is using. >> immigration attorney thinks president trump's order could scare highly-skilled tech workers away from the u.s. >> dubai -- why should i stay
here? those people, we need them here. >> in san jose, abc7 news. let's talk temperatures. how to dress this morning. you don't have to worry about staying dry, just staying warm. look at this, 46 in san ramon. pleasant, 45 along with brentwood. a lot of mid to upper 40s in the inland neighborhoods. and a little warmer in oakland, 56. san francisco, 54. and then mid to upper 40s throughout the north bay. let's see where we end up this afternoon. how about 70 in san jose? 67 in hayward. san francisco, 62, along with sau sausalito. the rise begins tomorrow, mid-60s to low 70s, but look how warm it's going to be. friday, mid to upper 60s along the coast. san francisco
alito. spotty fog in the north bay, but most of us good. on the water g., easy waves and wind to deal with. let's look at tonight's temperatures. 48 in santa rosa to 54 in oakland. not as cool as this morning. around the state, 91 in oakland. we have one more chance of mixture of snow tonight and then not again until tuesday. we have rain on the way, and more on that next. so far so good for the wednesday morning commute here. we are looking at really light volumes. a little fog in the north bay but that's about it so far here today. we did get a new problem in in the last few minutes, and it's already cleared from the board. westbound 80 at suisun valley
road. it's pushed off to the side and perhaps totally gone at this point. tracy to dublin, 32 minutes. and san francisco to san francisco, coming in at 18 minutes. and major changes coming costing hundreds of millions of dollars. >> a man says his iphone left burns on his body. burns on his body. what a tech
it's 5:13. welcome back. police are searching in pinole for a man that robbed a pizza hut yesterday afternoon. take a look at the surveillance photo. the clerk told police the man had his hand in a bag, and the suspect told the clerk to get on the ground while he took money from the register. anybody with information is asked to call pinole police. and then fitzgerald is wanted on several charges including grand theft. the family had gotten an $800,000 loan for a solar panel project and fitzgerald embezzled some of the money. the contractor received nearly $700,000 in proceeds from the
loan and never installed the panels. bill o'reilly is working an exit. >> in the latest "gma"'s look calling for bill o'reilly to be fired. >> i grab some vacation -- >> fox's biggest star has been off the air for a week on a scheduled vacation, and now insiders say his job may be on the line. while no final decision has been made the murdochs are leaning towards announcing o'reilly will not return to the air. o'reilly under fire since it w learned fox learned $13 million in claims over sexual harassment over the last 13 years. o'reilly said he was being
targeted because he is prominent and controversial. and dan abrams weighs in live coming up. a man in texas says his iphone gave him this second degree burn. he accidentally got into a swimming pool with his iphone 6 in his pocket, and he learned it off and put it in a container of rice thinking it would dry out the phone. the phone still would not turn on, and he set it on his bed and fell asleep and in the morning he ended up rolling over it. >> i jumped up and looked and it was my phone. >> using rice to save your phone is an internet myth. when you get your phone wet you need to get the battery disconnected as soon as possible. new details about soda tax. researchers say sugary drink
sales dropped more than 9%. sales of milk, water and other healthy drinks increased by more than that in that same amount of time. it made $1.5 million from the tax last year. happening this giant inflatable speech bubble will be set up, and it's called the truth booth. people go into the booth and record two-minute videos sharing what the truth is to them. the truth booth has been set newspaper cities around the world. the founders say the aim is to reach a broad and diverse type of people and celebrate the world's diversity. the truth booth will be set up from 11:00 until 5:00 p.m. at city hall. city hall. astroid it's shiny and peanut shaped,
are told. it will sneak by the earth. >> it's not going to hit us? >> it would be cool to see. here's a look at the golden gate bridge. let's start off with good news. grab the sunglasses, you will need them. showers return and it will be milder tonight, but our warmest afternoons are still ahead of us. here are the first signs of the next storm, well up to the north and heading to the north right now. what it's going to do for us is push a few high clouds into the north bay into the afternoon hours. moderate and then light showers. the storm is going to weaken as it moves from north to south across our neighborhoods. north bay up to quarter of an inch and the rest of us, 0.1 of an inch. 4:00 to 7:00, quiet for the
evening commute. then you can see from 7:00 to 9:00, some of that moderate rain goes into the north bay, and by midnight you can see the yellow is already gone and just greens and scattered greens, and then through the south bay by 7:00, and then by the time we get to 9:00, the storm is just about over. here's a look at my accuweather 7-day forecast. how about increasing sunshine tomorrow afternoon. it's going to be warmer than average on saturday and sunday and closer to where we should be on monday and tuesday, but relatively dry after today. if i was headed to the b bridge toll plaza, what would i need to know? >> that it's open. the metering lights happens at 5:25 to 5:30 usually, and it's looking good at the moment. if you can get there quickly you won't have to sit through the
metering lights. moraga and oakland, canyon road is closed between constance place to valley vista staging area. this happened at 7:00 last night and the area is unstable, and this is an indefinite closure, and so keep that in mind, that's going to add to your commute here this morning. just a quick mention of the dumbarton bridge. you can see, we are back in the green. new this morning, san francisco's oldest muni buses, the ones with the electric poles are responsible for nearly half of all the break downs will be replaced at a big cost. they will be build for $244 million. all expected to be in service by 2019. they serve 200,000 riders every
day. and then unveiling their plan to make it cheaper and faster to pay off student loans. this proposal calls for california to establish a $25 million fund that would help lower interest rates. the bill needs to pass both the state assembly and the senate before the governor can decide on this. governor brown hinted he may not sign any bills that need new sources of funding. scientists created a device that could drinking water from the air using only the power of sunlight. uc berkeley scientists say it could change the lives of the 4 billion people around the globe that lack access to safe drinking water. the plan is to create a 30-liter system, about the size of a suitcase that would provide drinking water for a family of four for two days. a waitress thought she was
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community on edge this morning. it already taken out a transformer and trees and a light pole. city council approved renter protections by just one vote. now landlords are required to give tenants just cause before giving them an eviction notice. before landlords could evict renters without a reason. today is going to be dry and season seasonal. number six, guess how many issues we have on the roads right now? zero. nothing going on. hopefully we will not jinx that this morning. golden gate bridge, nice and light. number seven. here's a question for you. who is the most beautiful woman in the world? according "people," it's julia
roberts. >> she said her friend, george clooney has only been sexiest man twice and she will rub it in in her christmas cards this year. >> once you have been five times, though -- >> does it really mean anything? >> should we pick somebody else? just a thought. an act of kindness brought a restaurant worker to tears and for good reason. >> she was walking a customer to his table in connecticut, and the man noticed she had trouble hearing and she told him one of her hearing aids was broken and out of nowhere he gave her $500 to help her fix it. >> i am in shock. it's not something that happens every day. i didn't say i needed the money or anything, and he just came in the back and said i am not going to take no for an answer, and i tried to give him back the money, and he was like, no, you deserve this. >> the restaurant owner is now
using t-shirt sales to raise money for the american society for deaf childre. >> we will come back with another full 90 minutes of news including the east bay city that may have a new school district. and then the grades are in. where one agency is dropping the ball. and mike pence overseas visiting with troops in japan. i will have the video and more information coming up next. information coming up next. and
>> yeah, just sipping my coffee. let not jinx it. >> you know what is coming up. >> really? >> i would like some of that coffee. it's quiet this morning. dry out there. let's take a look at our roof camera. look at the lack of winds at the ferry building. let's talk about the temperatures, 42 to 55. cooler than yesterday. 58 to 64, it will be brighter during lunch. 4:00, dry and mild. 59 to about 67. by 7:00, look at that, 55 to 61. if you get home late, the sun will set at about 7:49, so you get to enjoy a lot of the sunshine. once the sun does set, rain is on the way. our last storm for a while, talking about that coming up. let's get over to alexis and find out how easy it is to get around this morning.
>> have not gotten the official word yet the metering lights are on, but it looks like it. you get the idea. it's starting to fill in. quick check of drive times, tracy to dublin, usually the slowest route this early in the morning, 34 minutes. and then dublin to mission boulevard, 16. and then 101 to cupertino will take you 15 minutes. next traffic update coming up at 5:40. our top story this morning. former new england patriots' star aaron hernandez killed himself in prison. he blocked the doorway so people could not get in and used sheets to hang himself. he was found in his cell at midnight our time and pronounced dead an hour later at the hospital. he was just acquitted last week of a double murder from 2012 but was serving a life sentence for a 2013 murder.
he was eupb the gunman that killed innocent strangers was driven by hatred of white people. family members identified one man as a father of two leaving catholic charities with groceries when he was shot. kori muhammad started a shooting spree. muhammad kept walking after shooting the third victim but was captured by an officer that tackled him. >> he made spontaneous statements, and those statements were, i did it, i shot them. he identified himself to the officer as kori muhammad and said you guys are looking for me. >> authorities say although muhammad shouted "allahu akbar" twice, the police believe it was a hate crime and not terrorism
because all the victims were white men. >> he has a criminal background dating back to the late '90s. he served several years in prison for a federal drug conviction and was supervised by drug counsellors until september. he attended high school and call ninge sacramento. this is what it looked like hours after the shooting spree. a vigil held in downtown fresno. people walked down the street and said prayers for the victims. >> and abc7 spoke to a witness who heard the gunshots from his home. >> i saw the second and third gunshot. the third shot, this guy was being shot and falling to the ground and the guy ran off. >> he said he heard eight shots in all. shot spotter picked up 16 shots
fired in less than a minute. on to local news now. senior citizens in the east bay are facing a scary view from their apartments this morning. >> imagine looking out and seeing a huge sinkhole that keeps getting close to your window. amy hollyfield is live in pinole. amy. >> reporter: there's a fence around the hole. experts told the residents here they can't do anything until the ground dries out, and they can't get a break, more rain expected tonight. this is behind the bay park retirement community in pinole. residents watched as it has taken out a transformer and trees and a light pole. engineers have assured the residents, though, that they are safe. >> they are keeping us pretty clearly informed about things. they said they have seismic stuff measuring any movement,
and they are also -- have got very precise measurements of the building to see if it's changing shape, and it hasn't. >> reporter: here's a picture as crews did fill in the hole, but because the ground is so wet the soil keeps sliding. residents here are watching closely even though they have been told they are safe, no e c evacuations have been ordered, but the hole gets worse every time it rains. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. the board of supervisors is expected to discuss the $6.5 million budget modification. the police says the extra funds are needed because of unbudgeted over time costs. a special revenue fund that previously paid for training recently expired. officials say seven cadet classes were hired last year which more than doubled the
number of students trained. pg&e disclosed this morning it handed out hefty raised to top executives despite the san bruno explosion. at the same time, consume kwrur utility bills went up. and police are searching for a man that accosted an 11-year-old girl on her way to school. the man blew her a kiss and showed her a photo of a naked woman as he passed hush. it happened around 7:50 on monday morning, and the girl ran and hid behind a parked car and called her mom who alerted police. he was driving an early 2000 model white suv, possibly a toyota with a bike rack on top. now breaking news from the
abc7 live desk. >> strong words for north korea from vice president mike pence. pence visiting with troops, shaking hands while onboard the aircraft carrier. he addressed the situation with north korea saying, quote, all options are on the table. >> the united states of america will always seek peace, but under president trump, the shield stands guard and the sword stands ready. >> pence arrived in japan yesterday to meet with prime minister abe, and they talked security and trade. the dmv is doing a bad job managing the disabled parking. 70 of the 96 not have information, and 26,000
placard holders may actually be dead because they would have to be over 100 years old at this point. people that have these placards can park as long as they want in spaces that have time limits and park in any space they want. and then a group wants to sever five schools from the mount diablo district. the organizer says the district ignored the needs of 13% of the district's population. critics say creating a new district will create more affluent white neighborhoods. 5:58. b.a.r.t. may be losing up to $25 million a year to cheaters that jump the fare gates. watch closely. the b.a.r.t. rider approaches on the right side of the screen and squeezes past the gates without paying and the next guy jumps
the gate as well. b.a.r.t. says it's addressing the problem by putting up new side gates. riders will have to ask the gate station to be buzzed in and out. and they are thinking about hiring fare inspectors to roam the trains and check tickets. no need to worry about the wet weather but dress for temperatures up to ten degrees cooler. in the north bay, some of the coolest temperatures in the valleys. we have 48 in san rafael. 44 in napa right now. as we head towards san carlos down to redwood city and san jose, mid to upper 40s there. same thing in the san ramon valley. tracy, about 49. san francisco, we are warm at 54. tree and grass pollen, moderate. have not heard too much sneezing lately and i guess everybody is taking their medicine now. and put a little sun screen on,
as uv index is high. and then cold this morning, and mild this afternoon, and if you are going to be on the water, light breezes and light waves. if you are looking for the heavier winds and waves, those may be next week. it's going to be a while. likely damp if you are going to be doing yard work. temperatures today low to mid-60s along the coast and san francisco. mid-60s to near 70 inland. tonight's temperatures, 48 in santa rosa, to oakland, 54. 53 in san jose, and san francisco 52. it will be moderate because we have rain on the way. in fact we have one more storm tonight and tomorro, and i will give you an hour by hour look at that coming up next. so far so good for the wednesday morning commute. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. we did get official word that the metering lights were flipped on, and the spider friend snuck back after his winter break.
and san leandro, washington avenue at lewelling boulevard, the san leandro police department are telling us to avoid that intersection, and so stick to hesperian instead of washington avenue this morning and that will save you a little backup time there. a quick check of northbound 101 through the morgan hill area, once you make it up to coyote, we had a vehicle go up the roadway and hit the guardrail there and doesn't sound like it's a blocking situation and still in the green so far in that situation. we'll take a look at drive times coming up in less than ten. adidas responding to severe backlash this morning after a message sent about the boston marathon. marathon. >> a north bay boy picki
it's 5:44 this morning. the man charged with kidnapping and raping a napa teenager is scheduled to enter a plea. he picked up the teen shortly after she ran away from home. it's incredible how she escaped. she actually jumped out of this guy's truck while they were still on the highway near bodega bay. detectives saying during a 50-mile ride, he raped her multiple times and injected her in meth and used a razor blade
to carve his name into her skin. an autopsy is planned today on the body of the so-called facebook killer in cleveland. steve stevens killed a man at random on sunday and posted it to facebook. he shot and killed himself during a short police chase. it started after he ordered mcnuggets and fries in a drive through at mcdonald's. employees recognized him and tried to delay him while they called police. >> he didn't want to wait for the fries, which was fine. he took his six-piece and didn't want money back and headed out on to buffalo road and the minute he turned right on buffalo road the state police were behind him at that point. >> facebook has been criticized for allowing questionable content on its site. and zuckerberg said his company has a lot more to do to help keep its users safe. and then adidas is apologizing after a
poorly-worded e-mail about the boston marathon. they sent an e-mail with the subject line, congrats, you survived the boston marathon. many customers responded to the company reminding them about the 2013 race when three people were killed and more than 260 hurt by two bombs. adidas replied saying they were incredibly sorry and called the e-mail insensitive. and then the flight fiasco that went viral, and the ceo says nobody at united will be fired over the incident. the ceo apologized again yesterday to the passenger that was dragged off a plane, and he says he takes full responsibility. he said the airline will have more to say later this month after it finishes a review of its policies on overbooked flights. a democrat has fallen just short of the runoff. it's a referendum on president
trump. so many eyes watching this special election yesterday for the seat that was vacated by tom price who is now the secretary of health and human john ossoff was short of the 50% he needed to avoid a june runoff, so now he will be up against leading republican, karen handle. democrats hope to take the long-held republican seat while sending a message to the white house. >> liberal democrats are spending millions and millions of dollars trying to take your congressional republican seat away from you. don't let them do it. >> let's show what people power is all about. >> overnight, the president took credit for
and then a young boy taking it upon himself to clean up the river. >> one day they started picking up trash. now after three months they collected more than 2,000 pounds of syringes, bottles, cans, tires and tell sreevisiontelevi. he says a lot of his friends don't understand. >> it's kind of gross. why are you doing that? not many people do it. they don't get motivated, because who wants to pick up trash? it's gross. >> d.j. and his dad will go to next week's petaluma city council meeting to talk about their big cleanup effort. >> seems like a really good kid. >> yeah. let's go and see what the weather is cooking up this morning. >> what his friends should do if they don't want to pick up trash, maybe they should figure out a way to get people to stop trashing the place. >> that would be a good start. >> a beautiful look at the day
that is about to unfold. a dry day as we are in between storms. it will make for a damp commute morning. a warm weekend is on the way, and a little cooler next week. here's a look at the next storm. there's an area of low pressure. the north bay is going to get the heaviest amount of rain, and the taper will weaken as it heads into the south bay this time tomorrow morning. so it's one, and i rated it light on the storm impact scale. and then it just takes 0.01 to make the streets slick. can you see the yellows starting to move into the north bay by 9:00. by midnight as the storm starts to climb out of the north bay and into the rest of the bay, there's no yellows. in fact, you notice the solid shield breaks up by 4:00, and by 7:00, leftover drizzle and random showers, and then by
9:00, just about gone. and so after a wet morning commute tomorrow, it will be dry and partly cloudy. our warmest day will be friday, and still above average on saturday and sunday, and cooler but looking dry right now monday and tuda with that dry commute this morning, let's talk to alexis. >> we are doing well so far this morning. we just got word we may have a problem in the three middle toll lanes. those are closed to a software issue and we have not confirmed that yet but not seeing any backup on the southbound side of 101 approaching the toll plaza. we will have an update on that coming up before 6:00 this morning. everybody else really almost exclusively in the green here. a little delay out of the central valley and then fog in the north bay, too. santa rosa, and north of there, mike just checked the visibility levels there, and we're under half a mile in some spots. and the brighter the white the denser the fog, so you want to slow down and increase the
>> first we are learning more if you have a smartphone and you probably do, a study is showing that you use it almost every time you drive and get distracted. zen drive uses sensors in the smart phones, and during a one-hour trip drivers spent 3.5 full minutes on their phones. researchers found taking your eyes off the road for just two seconds can make a collision 24 times more likely.
times more likely. an interesting to alameda. there's a two-day festival called the ship show on the "uss her horn hornet." >> i think you have to look past a rough exterior. the old saying, don't judge a book by its cover, because the bands do a lot of charity work. every ticket sale, 50 cents is going to a charity. >> it will be the largest event every hosted aboard the world war ii era aircraft carrier. some of you have asked, how many storms have we had and what
category did they land. we had 58 light storms on the storm impact scale. 18 moderate. four strong, and one major that happened over one weekend that caused flooding. the clouds won't last long. temperatures today in the mid-60s to near 70. close to average. if you are going to the game, it's a day game. 62 at 12:35, to 66 over at the coliseum. go a's. taking a look at the roads here this morning, i want to head back to golden gate bridge. we are working to confirm an issue with the tolls, and i am waiting for a note from our assignment desk. they did just get in touch with somebody about that, and i am not sure if we confirmed that or if it has been resolved, but i will let you know at the top of the 6:00 hour. and highway 4 to the maze, 20 minutes. 12 across the bay bridge.
and san francisco to sfo, about ten minutes. the city has reached its ambitious goal of reducing greenhouse gases and it did it two years ahead of schedule. new numbers show the overall emissions level fell by 2015. so isra the population went up nearly 20% in that time. the city is on the right track to reach its ultimate goal of an 80% reduction by 2050. don't get too high on yourself, because the bay area rankings among the country's ten worse regions of particle pollution. it says much of the problem can be traced to the five-year krout. particle pollution is a mixture of solid and liquid droplets floating in the air, and sources include fires, and tail pipe emissions and power plants. the san joaquin valley
us for particle pollution. >> good news and not so good news. new at 6:00, why a popular wine country town could put a limit on tasting rooms. and then the new protections just approved by the san jose city council to help keep people in their homes. a huge fire burning in central florida right now. find out how it's affecting hundreds of homeowners next. 5:57 in the morning. a live look from the exploratorium camera at pier 15. isn't that beautiful? isn't that beautiful? the san francisco
notice how i said right now, right? >> why are you all staring at me? >> because. it's going to be nice all day until the sun sets and then it will rain. >> we will have a little tonight. rest assured the morning commute and evening commute and everything in between will be dry. a small issue this morning, fog. we have thick fog around the northern shoals airport. 101, east bay side, and fulton road, some of the areas, dangerous visibility so be careful. first signs of sunshine though in the southbound, 101 and 880. we will see more of this today than yesterday. we are starting off cooler, so dress warmer. we will stay in the 50s at the coast. mid to upper 60s around the bay, and then by 12:00 and 4:00, everybody back into the low 60s. 9:00, rain starts to roll in. how about that dry commute this morning? >> going well so far,