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good morning. it is sunday, june 4th. i'm kate larson in for carolyn tyler. we'll start with a quick look at the weather this morning. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, kate. we're starting out with low clouds and fog. here's a look at live doppler 7. it's being picked up along the peninsula. this will stay with us throughout the hour. temperatures by 7:00, we'll hit 60 degrees. around hayward, peska der owe, by 8:00. by 11:00, mid-70s arriving with 60s at the coast. we'll talk about the rest of the day which features more 80s inland. a warmup to start the week. maybe getting those umbrellas out. we'll talk about it in a few minutes. kate? >> thanks, lisa.
developing news out of london this morning. uk police have arrested 12 people in east london over the london bridge attack. this map shows you exactly how close the attacks were saturday night. police say three people in a van ran down pedestrians on london bridge. they then drove to nearby borough market and stabbed a number of people. the van you see here with the back doors open is the one police say was used in the attacks. london's police chief says the death toll has now increased to 7 people. three attackers were also killed and at least 48 other people were taken to hospitals, including a british transport police officer. abc news reporter, erielle reshef has more on the night. >> kate, this was the third attack since march in london. it started on the lon gone done bridge and ended at the borough market. busy attractions, especially on a saturday night. a saturday night stroll on london bridge turned into mayhem
and murder when this white van plowed into a crowd running down helpless pedestrians. >> people lying on the ground. >> reporter: one person tweeting a photo of the immediate aftermath. people trying to give aid to the injured. police and ambulance workers swarming the scene. witnesses describing a chaotic disaster zone. >> once they crashed that van, three men got out and they were apparently armed with long knives. >> the suspects left the vehicle, attempting to stab a number of people. >> how clear do i need to be? move out of this area. >> reporter: people ordered to evacuate. >> keep moving! keep moving! >> reporter: police asking radio stations to tell people in the area, run and hide. word came from borough market of the knife attacks. >> he stuck this girl i don't know how many times, 10 times, maybe 15 times. >> reporter: heavily armed police gunning down three suspects. >> we heard three gunfire.
>> they they responded quickly. bravely confronted the individuals, shot them and they are dead. >> the attackers were wearing what looked like a explosive vests. but police say they weren't real. president trump tweeting, whatever the united states can do to help out in london and the uk, we will be there. we are with you. god bless. >> president trump also tweeted that this is another reason for his controversial travel ban. he said we need to be smart, vigilant and tough. in london, arierielle reshef, a7 news. as police were trying to find and kill the attackers, people nearby were understandably on edge. take a listen. >> we're here. >> are you getting me home? >> right. >> if you get me home safe, i will follow you. >> right. this is nonsense. >> this is nonsense. >> [ overlapping talking ]. >> we are chasing suspects around london who want to kill people. they are going -- they are going into buildings looking for people.
okay? you all come together in a place with no exit route. you are waiting to happen. get your stuff and get out of danger zone. >> all right. while the u.s. embassy in london is urging all u.s. citizens in the city to be on high alert and listen to all directions from authorities. in a statement officials say we stand ready to provide all possible assistance should we become aware of any affected u.s. citizens. travelers arriving from london at sfo and those headed to the united kingdom are sharing their thoughts about the attack. abc 7 news reporter lonnie rivera has the story. >> it's a busy saturday at sfo's international terminal as travelers leave the country. julie shown field learned about the attacks in london before arriving for her flight. the trip to london is her daughter's graduation gift. >> yeah. it's within five miles of where we're staying.
but one -- i think we're doing slightly different things and we're going to be careful. >> staying informed is important. >> be aware of your surroundings. >> she and others are trying not to stress. >> when you become too vigilant, you start stereotyping and just looking for aspects of people. i try to keep it in the back of my mind and enjoy the trip. >> gabriel and his brother are heading to south africa. they have a six-hour layover in london heathrow. >> it's tragic. a horrible fact that we have to worry about that right now. >> for europeans landing at sfo on vacation, it's hard to not think about life back home. >> i try to stay away from big gatherings or parties or carnivals. >> when you see what happened in manchester just a few weeks ago, of course, paris isn't immune where i have come from and two recent attacks in london. so it's hard to feel safe.
>> for gary birch and so many that once assured sense of security and safety is harder to preserve. at sfo, lonnie rivera, abc 7 news. yesterday's attack was less than two weeks after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at an ariana grande concert in manchester, 200 miles north of london. the pop star tweeted praying for london. she will lead a star studded event tonight. that benefit the victims of the manchester attack. you can see highlights of the concert here on abc 7 tonight at 10:00 p.m. followed by the abc 7 news at 11:00. the last terror attack in london was also on a bridge. on march 22nd, there was a car driven on to the sidewalk on westminster bridge, hitting and killing four people, including an american man. he then stabbed and killed a police officer near the houses of parliament. the man was killed by police. we first reprted the attack in london with a push alert at
3:07 yesterday afternoon. through our abc 7 news app. download our app to receive breaking news developments on your phone or your tablet. a golden state warrior star is speaking out about the racist graffiti that defaced lebron james' southern california home. andre iguodala agreed with james' statements last week that no matter how much money or fame you have, being black in america is tough. james' home was vandalized early wednesday morning in brentwood. iguodala told espn in part, nobody ever wrote anything on my property. but i've had situations where that n-word has been thrown out plenty of times. you know how people look at you. the look is the same as spray painting. you see it all the time. it's different being an african-american athlete. it is definitely different. the nba finals continue tonight right here on abc 7. you can see from our countdown clock on the screen in the
corner that we're at 11:22:07 that we are 10 hours away from the game 2 finals. the warriors hope to go up 2-0 over the cavaliers tonight at oracle arena before the series shifts back east to cleveland. kevin durant had a huge game one on thursday. during yesterday's practice he talked about how his teammates helped him on the court. >> i just try to be aggressive and use them as help as well. you know, we try to just work well with each other, work well off of each other. you know, we know next game is going to be a totally different physical game. we're looking forward to it. you never know who will come up and show up for us. >> the cavs said they want to ramp up the physicality going forward in the series for them. warrior fans are still asking when head coach steve kerr will return to the sidelines. general manager bob myers says a game two return for kerr is, quote, on the table. golden state's acting head coach
mike brown has led the team to 11 consecutive wins this post-season. >> what bob and steve both told me, they both said hey, you're the coach until we tell you otherwise. so it's simple for me to plan that way. and then if there comes a time that i'm not, i would have been prepared to coach the game if i needed to, but it's easy for me to take a step back. >> kerr has not coached the warriors since game two of the first round series against portland because of complications from his 2015 back surgery. you can celebrate the start of summer at the walnut creek art and wine festival where game two will be streamed live. that starts at 11:00 this morning and ends when the game is over. there will be food, drinks, arts and crafts, all sorts of stuff for the kiddos. admission is free. it will be at heather farm park on north san carlos drive. in you're not going to oracle, you can only watch it on abc 7 here.
game two starts at 4:30. right before the game, join larry beil and mike shumann for the dubs on 7. brought to you by jeep. larry and mike will be live at oracle at 4:00. lisa, i know everyone is looking forward to this afternoon and evening. game 2 win, hopefully. very exciting. >> we're excited about the weather as well. going according to plan. a wind shift this morning allowing for more sunshine. it is breezy in the high elevations and in concord as well. 56 in the east bay. 47 in santa rosa and we will have a nice temperature spread today. 60s to 80s for several days until we talk about some rain coming up next in the accuweather 7-day forecast. up next, bay area demonstrators join anti-trump protests across the country. they plan to keep the heat on the president for a long time. the milestone for spacex
sunday and it will burn up in the earth's atmosphere over the pacific ocean. that just launched about three, four minutes ago. meanwhile, the dragon spacecraft is on the way to the international space station and scheduled to arrive tomorrow. it is the first ever recycled cargo ship headed to the space station. relatives of an australian tourist are in the bay area in hopes of finding out what happened during his violent death. he was killed outside a villa in san francisco. abc 7 news reporter has the details. >> he was visiting three other friends from australia. they were returning to their rooms after celebrating the warriors win at 2:00 a.m. friday morning. but he got into an argument. as he walked away, his family believes he was sucker-punched. the 33-year-old hit the ground. he died a short time later. >> feel, very, very bad for the young man. >> police were were quick to respond.
>> they searched the hotel and found a lead on the third floor. >> at least four hispanic men were thrown on the ground in front of our room. i watched out the peephole for about an hour. asking them questions, handcuffing them. >> police formally arrested one of the men. bates' family meantime released a statement saying, quote, we want to remember matt as someone who lived to the fullest. he had a lot of friends who will miss him dearly. he was an analytic chemist who arrived a few days ago. in san francisco. >> we asked the taxi driver was this a safe area. he said yeah, very quiet, safe place. >> his family is struggling with the details and with the possibility that he may have died from something that has been plaguing australia for years. >> they used to call it a king punch and now it's called a coward punch. it's something they're trying to stamp out. >> the one punch can kill campaign is educating australians about the dangers of sucker or coward punches.
laws have even gotten tighter as a result. san francisco police have still not released a suspect's name or charges. lisa amin ga leashian, abc 7 news. the reward to find whoever killed 12 dogs in vallejo is now up to $15,000. a memorial was held yesterday near where the dogs were found back in february. jameson animal rescue ranch in napa valley is hoping that increasing the reward money will p p help motivate someone to come forward with information. police investigated but said it wasn't a homicide and there was nothing they could do. thousands of people in south san francisco can drink their tap water again this morning after tests showed it was not contaminated. california water service had been getting bottled water to residents of the sunshine gardens area since friday. this happened after a water tank was vandalized. cal water says a lock had been cut so out of an abundance of caution they issued a do not drink notice. the utility says it's conducting a full investigation.
across the country, we heard calls for the truth on president trump about russia's ties to the election. here in the bay area, hundreds took to the streets. abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard has our story. >> all people need to stand together. we can no longer afford to allow ourselves to be divided among each other. >> a march for truth in the streets of san jose. >> reporter: hundreds of people on the march near city hall calling for an independent investigation into alleged connections between president trump's campaign and russia. >> i think that our democracy is in peril and not knowing whether or not another foreign power is meddling in our elections is important. >> reporter: similar actions happened in more than 100 cities across the country, including this one in new york city. >> in oakland, activists kicked
off a national campaign by the democratic national committee called resistance summer. >> the trump administration first of all, wants to take away health care from 24 million americans. are we resisting that? >> reporter: congresswoman barbara lee urging volunteers to help take back congress from republicans in 2018. >> we need this wall of resistance in the house of representatives to stop some of these horrific budget cuts and these tax breaks for millionaires. >> getting millennial voters involved is the challenge. cal graduate student sam cohen is leading the challenge. >> yes, i support the resistance to yes, i support the resistance and i'm going to go somewhere to do that. i'm going to call a bunch of people. >> reporter: these people say their resistance won't stop. in oakland, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. after president trump's decision to withdraw the u.s. from the paris climate accord, epa administrator scott pruitt and former vice presidential gore come to this week.
you can watch it with george stephanopoulos at 8:00 on abc 7. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. good morning to you. we're starting out with breezy winds in the upper elevations chlgs here's live doppler 7. you can see the fog from the peninsula over to the east bay. there's also a good deal of sunshine. the view from mt. tam. isn't this pretty. you can see the low cloud deck and it continues to sort of filter in. but it's not going to make its way all around the bay. in fact, we'll call it partly cloudy this morning. 52 in the city. 54 in oakland. 55 in san jose with half moon bay at 54 degrees. took some time to scour out yesterday. but today looking at sunnier start. obviously exploratorium, 47 santa rosa. 51 in napa. 56 in concord. the gusty winds in the upper elevations will be with us throughout the morning hours. then by the afternoon, we'll see that sea breeze once again. than could gust up to 30 miles an hour. mt. tam, see the camera shaking a bit.
partly cloudy this morning. warmer days arriving tomorrow and tuesday. not too hot, though. we're talking about some showers thursday into friday. so as we take a look at the week ahead, you'll notice that we have no rain in the forecast until thursday. kind of ramps up, up to 80%. then next weekend is looking more seasonal. as we go through the forecast into wednesday night, we've got cloud cover. but into thursday morning, your morning commute, santa rosa, parts of clear lake, we'll see wet weather and it looks like the system wants to slip down through the peninsula and parts of the east bay as well. we'll watch it for you, of course. but if we add up the totals, could see as much as a quarter of an inch of rain to novato, napa and elsewhere lesser amounts. this may look a little aggressive to start out. the system will be bringing much cooler air. if you're spending time on the peninsula the next couple of days, it will be ples abt. look what happens by the end of the week. today, in the 70s. low 70s.
average highs in the mid-70s. that's pretty much where we will stay throughout the week until that next system arrives. that's bringing the much cooler air. looks like i think you on the peninsula will see a little bit of measurable precip. that would be thursday into friday. looking at a bit of recovery into saturday in terms of warmer temperatures if you're planning your week. highs today around the bay, 80 degrees in santa rosa. look for upper 630s, san mateo. 83 in concord. the warmth once again in our inland valleys looking at a few 80s. temperatures a little bit shy of average. but overall, nice looking afternoon today. the accuweather seven-day forecast. you'll notice we're warming up into the inland valleys. download our accuweather app. you'll notice the trend continues through the middle of the week. staying in the 60s at the shoreline. by thursday, we can see that morning rain in the north bay slips south, highs in the 70s inland. that will continue into friday. looks like it. then by next weekend, we will
welcome back. here's a look at what's coming up. coming up on kbchlt ma, we'll cover the breaking news out of england. we saw the latest in a series of terror attacks. a vehicle slammed into a crowd on the london bridge. moments later, the suspects stabbed others at a nearby market. police killed the suspects in just eight minutes amidst chaos and confusion in the streets. it's after the horrific attack at the ariana grande concert in manchester where she's scheduled to perform a memorial concert tonight. we'll be on the scene and we have a panel of experts to discuss the security ramifications here at home. it's all coming up on gma. we'll see you very soon. >> thank you, dan. june is pride month in the san francisco and the gay men's chorus is getting the celebration under way.
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this is abc 7 mornings frnlt. and good morning. 6:29 on this sunday morning. we're going to start this half hour with a look at the weather. we've got meteorologist lisa argen here. lisa, how is it looking? looks like a little fog in the monitor. >> yes, kate. we do, in fact. it's not all over the bay but making for pretty pictures. from the east bay hills camera, you can see it's moving around here. it's not going to be with us much longer. 52 in the city. 54 in oakland. 56 mountain view. good morning san jose. 55. sunshine in santa cruz. 70s here. a beautiful day on the way. little cool in the upper 40s. novato 48. 53 in livermore. finally from the camera, plenty
of sunshine from the coast to the inland valleys. in fact, we're going to look for numbers cool and breezy. winds up to 20 to 30 miles an hour at the shoreline. mid-80s inland. how long will the weather last? it's trending warm. we'll talk about that second half bringing big changes in a few minutes. kate. preparations are under way for the concert benefiting the victims of the man chestterter tore roar attack. a ariana grande will return to the stage. erielle reshef has the story. >> big name artists banding together to bring a massive show of support to manchester. ariana grande returning to the uk less than two weeks after a suicide bombing left 22 people dead and wounded 116 others outside her dangerous woman concert. on friday, the pop star surprising some of the youngest victims in the hospital with warm hugs. tonight's one love manchester benefit headlined by music
industry giants. justin bieber, cold play, the black-eyed peas. katy perry. miley cyrus honored to be a part of the love fest. the uk threat level lowered to severe. but security still tight as police continue to untangle the web of terror tied to the attack. new pictures surfacing of british born bomber salman abedi before his murderous mission. heightened vigilance at the venue. >> don't drive here. use the facilities that are put on for free and secondly, don't bring a bag in. if you can avoid it, don't bring a bag. that will slow the search procedure down. >> reporter: in a city that saw unspeakable violence. united in their resolve and resistance to terror in honor of the victims. erielle reshef, abc news, manchester. you can see the highlights of the concert here on abc 7 tonight at 10:00 followed by the abc 7 news at 11:00. this morning, there are calls for comedian bill maher to be fired for using a racial slur on his talk show friday night.
he told his guests, nebraska senator ben sasse he should visit nebraska more often. the senator then made a joke about having maher work in the fields with us to which maher made a joke saying he was a house n-word. hbo called the comments inexcusable and tasteless and removed the segment from any repeat airings of the show. after returning home, the senator tweeted, here's what i wish i had been quick enough to say in the moment. hold up. why would you think it's okay to use that word? the president of the naacp tweeted this photo of maher and kathy griffin. who was under fire for a parody of president trump. cornell, will wam brooks said great comedians make us think and laugh. when our humanity is the punch line, it hurts too much -- >> last night was a particularly long night as i regret the wordy used and the banter of a live moment. the word was offensive and i
regret saying it and am very sorry. happening today, an historic east bay church destroyed by a fire last fall is back open for services and will host a grand celebration. much of the campus surrounding the first congregationalist church in berkeley is still damaged by the fire. but the remodeled sanctuary just reopened two weeks ago. the cause of the fire is still unknown. but this morning at 10:00, there will be a special service with berkeley firefighters to celebrate the church's return home. motorcycle officers showed off their skills from all over northern california. the fairfield police department shared this video of the motorcycle training competition. this is the fourth year of the event which is open and free to the public. some lucky kids got to take their bicycles through the course as well. a teacher in san mateo in need of a kidney transplant is learning an unexpected lesson in faith and perseverance from her own students.
abc 7 news reporter chris nguyen has the story. >> you're prototyping -- >> at the school in san mateo. >> loving, passionate, exciting. >> there are many words to describe this engineer turned educator. >> mother, believer, advocate. >> kim sax has been teaching here for 26 years. students will say she's had a profound impact on their lives. >> kim has made school the place i want to be. makes me excited to walk in. >> last week sax had tough news of her own to share. >> that letter actually was the hardest i've had to do in my life. >> in a message to the community, sax opened up about her battle with end stage renal failure. her health has declined in recent weeks and she's been told she needs a transplant to survive. her kidney function is at 10%. >> after the shock and sadness is how do i be there for her and how do i help her at a time when she needs me. she's been there really for me. >> the outpouring of support has been encouraging.
so far, dozens of people have stepped up to see if their kidneys could be a match. >> i felt an obligation simply to do something not that difficult for me and yet utterly critical for kim. >> many of them doing their best to spread the word. >> there are people around you struggling every day with major diseases. you might not see it or be visible or publicize it until the end. >> a teacher lerpg a lesson about love from those around her. >> there are so many great people in the world. >> thank you, like, for all that you've taught me. >> you're so welcome. >> providing strength and comfort when she needs it most. >> hope is a beautiful thing. >> on the peninsula, chris nguyen, abc 7 news. thanks, chris. in texas, fifth graders are using the latest technology right there in their classroom to change a fellow classmate's life. abc news reporter, marci gonzalez has her story. >> it started with a 3-d printer and a fifth grade assignment.
>> i wanted the kids to invent something that would solve a real-world problem. >> a challenge for their young minds that ended up teaching more about their giant hearts. >> i was really overwhelmed. i was brought to tears. >> 11-year-old ma kye blue. >> technology is like a blessing. >> taking that blessing and deciding to share it with a first grader he's seen in the halls at lakeshore elementary near houston. >> he was missing a hand. so when i found this project, i knew this was the one for him. >> the class worked for weeks with a company called e-enable creating this prosthetic. printing the plastic parts, custom fit and designed with a spider-man theme. >> he's my favorite character. >> just for joshua shanks. >> going to be in the nfl at this rate. >> a life changer for the 6-year-old and life lesson for everyone involved. >> i was so amazed that we actually did it.
>> on just how much is gained by giving. >> kind of feel like he's getting something he always thought he had. >> marci gonzalez, abc news, los angeles. right now the fcc is considering new rules that would let telemarketers send messages straight to your voice mail. "the new york times" reports ringless voice mail service all about the message is petitioning the fcc to make it legal. the company argues that by not interrupting consumers' lives by ringing the phones, they aren't violating the telephone consumer protection act of 1991. but critics say this would flood voice males. causing the same problems as direct calls. the fcc has not yet set a date on a decision. we are counting down, of course, to abc espn's coverage of game 2 of the nba finals. coming up, a special lucky charm. meet the warriors fan who says his autographed toaster is one
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veteran or active service member with a disability living in the western part of the country. the goal is to introduce adaptive sports. archery, swimming, cycling and power lifting. the games began in chicago in 2011 expanding into three additional regions, including the bay area. the valor games on coast guard island in alameda continue today and tomorrow. lisa, we've been talking about. it looks like some of those are indoors. we've had seasonal weather. a little cool but sunny. >> you get the nice breeze in alameda. you'll have it on the peninsula in marin county and santa cruz, you're sunny. temperatures 51 degrees right now. going for a high in and around 70 degrees with sunshine all day long. in the mid 50s hayward and concord right now. 80s on the way for you. we see a sharp change. we're doing a 180 by midweek. i'll explain coming up.
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away. later today, the warriors will try to take a 2-0 lead over the cavaliers for the second straight year. if you're not going to oracle arena, you can watch the game right here, only on abc 7. abc espn's coverage starts at 4:30 p.m. yesterday both teams practiced to prepare for today's pivotal game 2. here's mike shumann with details in this morning's sports. >> good morning. well, warriors and cavs set for game 2 today at oracle here on abc 7. expect game 2 to be much more physical as the cavs try to knock the warriors off their game. the dubs are expecting lebron and company to change it up and try to control the pace. the former warrior richard jefferson is adamant that the cavs don't have to change a thing aside from not turning the ball over 20 times. >> we turned the ball over 20 times and they had nine dunks and shot 42% from the field, one of the best shooting teams in the history of the nba. how far off are we? not very far. >> every game is different.
that's the beauty of the finals. doesn't matter really what happened in game 1. it's a whole another experience that we got to be ready for. >> shark fans know how the city of nashville is feeling. down 2-0 to the penguins. they had a chance to get back in the series with their first ever stanley cup final game in the music city. tradition in nashville, throwing catfish on the ice. second period, predators trailing 1-0. it was off the glove of penguins forward carter roun ee, tying the game at 1-1. 42 seconds later. frederick gaudreau, puck out of mida midair. second goal of the playoffs. 2-1 preds. predators get one more before the end of the period. james neal at the side of the net. scores his sixth. nashville wins it 5-1. but they still trail in the series 2-1. to the diamond. a's end a three-game slide after taking the slumber out of the lumber. against former bishop owe dowd star. joe ross i was on the mound for the nats. rough start for ross in front of
the home crowd. bottom first, jed lowrie and ryon healy both with two run homers off of ross. goes three innings and gives up seven runs. let's go to bottom seven, alonzo and healy go back-to-back to make it 10-4 a's. healy, 4 for 4. 3 rbi, first ever two homer game. giving up five home runs friday, the a's hit 4 and win. they win 10-4 the final. giants hosted by the phillies. 1-0 giants in the sixth. former giants farmhand tommy joseph goes just inside the foul pole of johnny cueto. that ties it at 1-1. phillies rookie, ben lively made his major league debut and the giants could not solve him. he gave up four hits and one run in seven innings. austin slater grounds into one of two double plays. bases full for herrera. flips off strickland like he's
got a grand slam but stays in the park. a three-run double to ice the game. phils win 5-3 and the giants fall to last place in the national league west. a's have a day game at the coliseum. parking will be a nightmare for the warriors game. we suggest b.a.r.t. or get there early. that's the way the ball bounces, i'm mike shumann. see you at oracle. good morning to you. golden gate bridge. nice and sunny out there. we had fog earlier and the wind is light here. enjoy t we'll see wall to wall sunshine not only today but the next several days. temperatures in and around average for this time of year. that's the way we like it in june. sometimes we can get all of that fog sticking around for a little bit too long. but look what's coming our way. we're talking about very nice weather up until wednesday and then by thursday looks like the entire bay area could see about an 80% chance of some light shower activity. from the east bay hills camera, you can see a little bit of fog there and it will be dissipating
quickly. we have a very sunny morning out there. the fog along the peninsula from peskadero to half moon bay. as well at the beaches. from mt. tam, it's breezy in the upper elevations. 20 to 30 mile an hour winds and the sea breeze. the on shore flow kicks in and temperatures today fairly cool at the shoreline. that's what we're used to. 55 in san jose. good morning mountain view. it's 54 over in oakland and in the city sitting at 52 degrees. and from our east bay hill camera, another vantage point. you can see the golden gate bridge, very pretty with that fluid movement of the low cloud deck. 48 novato. 55 by the delta and numbers today will come up just a little bit. looks like the next few days will feature more summertime typical weather until, as i said before, we hit the middle of the week. santa cruz in the low 70s. today, fairly similar. maybe a few degrees cooler with
that steady on-shore flow. but a nice looking day ahead. partly cloudy this morning. we'll look for the warmer days arriving tomorrow and tuesday. we'll see perhaps upper 80s in the warmest locations. then a cooldown by midday. wednesday things begin to change. it looks like measurable precip thursday into friday. let's shift the focus into wednesday. your hour-by-hour forecast and you'll notice that as we get into thursday morning, this green from santa rosa, sonoma, pushing through marin county, looks like throughout the day on thursday into friday amounts will be very, very light. but nonetheless, temperatures will come way down and this forecast model could bring anywhere from a quarter of an inch in the north bay, lesser amounts, few one hundredths to .05. that's significant for june. highs today, 76 in santa clara. 75 in sunnyvale peninsula. upper 60s for dailey city. looks like a beautiful afternoon with mid-60s downtown.
the sea breeze keeping it breezy from from time to time but gusty at the coast. near east bay, maybe warmer. you head inland, we've got the low 80s. download the accuweather app and you will notice that the first half of the week looks very, very typical. if you're headed to oakland to enjoy the athletics, mid and upper 60s today. you get to the second half of the workweek and not only does it cool down, but we could see a few showers around here. june, july, august, about a half inch of rain altogether for the three months for the summer. we do get a little rain here and there. we could get it this week. >> always catches the tourists off guard. they come and expect warm weather. not so much. thanks, lisa. we are countsing down to abc espn's coverage of game 2 of the nba finals. right now, we've got warriors fans sporting all of their gear, especially the superstitious fans. abc 7 news reporter laura
anthony tells us about an east bay man who was a lucky warriors themed kitchen appliance. >> it's a toaster right here. this toaster is responsible for the last 28 games. >> to the naked eye, it looks like any other toaster. but to diehard warriors fan ronnie reyes, this isn't just any small appliance. it's one with special powers, at least since klay thompson signed it in march. >> ever since then, we've been undefeated. >> 27-1 actually. the loss was when thompson wasn't playing. >> he says is that a toaster. >> here's a photo of him signing the toaster at an autograph event in san francisco. >> he recognized the signatures, david lee and draymond. i'm like, it's draymond and david lee right there. he's like that's really cool. that's the first time i've ever seen this. >> he's added the penmanship of jim barnett, current announcer. reyes and his toaster are even celebrities, at least among his co-workers.
>> do you let the toaster out of your sight? >> not at all. >> he will never ever use it for its intended purpose. >> it burns the logo on to the bread. it doesn't really toast it that well. >> that's okay as long as the warriors toast the cavs in the finals. laura anthony, abc 7 news. if you're not going to oracle, you can only watch the game on abc 7. espn and abc's coverage of game 2 of the nba finals starts today at 4:30. right before the game, join abc 7's larry beil and mike shumann for the dubs on 7 pregame show brought to you by jeep. larry and mike will be live at oracle at 4:00. coming up, lunch with a legend. what you can do to dine with warren buffett. one of the world's richest men. but it's not going to be cheap.
you can make your marshmallow wishes come true by winning one of 10,000 boxes of only marshmallows. find your code in special boxes of lucky charms. they're magically delicious. here are the winning numbers from last night's $337 million powerball drawing. 3, 9, 21, 41, 54 and the powerball number 25. nobody picked all six numbers. huff got another chance on wednesday. estimated jackpot is 375 million bucks. and bidding for this year's auction for lunch with warren buffett starts today.
the billionaire businessman hosted a power lunch for the past 17 years. the annual fundraiser donates millions to san francisco's glide foundation. the minimum bid on e-bay starts at $25,000. last year's auction tied the record with a winning bid of $3.4 million. bidding begins today and goes through friday. don't think i'm going to win that one. >> yikes. we have just a little bit of fog this morning. certainly brighter out there. it is chilly, though, in the north bay. 40s there. 50s elsewhere. 65 in san francisco. it will get breezy. 80 in vallejo. 70 at the coast in santa cruz. little warmer tomorrow and very pleasant right on through the middle of the week. then yes, thursday and friday, increasing clouds, chance of showers. we're talking measurable rain, anywhere from .02 two .2 in the north bay. yes, hopefully it will verify a little bit of rain. it won't wash out any of your plans. car wash, no.
>> thanks for joining us on abc 7 mornings. this sunday. i'm kate larson in for carolyn tyler along with lisa argen. before we go, we want to show the tweets from the warriors. officially gameday. then this photo, counting down to tipoff. you can see from the clock on the corner of your screen, we're 9:31 away from the start of espn's coverage of game 2 of the nba finals.
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good morning, america. and breaking this morning. terror in london. [ screaming ] >> a speeding van plowing into a crowd on london bridge. slamming into pedestrians. minutes later, the armed assailants, one wearing a fake explosive vest, getting out and stabbing dozens at a nearby market. >> down! down! >> police rushing to the scene. killing three suspects. meanwhile, chaos in the streets. >> it was mass panic. >> witnesses describing fear and confusion as people ran for safety. >> we're safe now. >> we just heard gunshots. we heard a lot of crashes. >> i could not do nothing. >> this morning, the uk strong and defiant. police now declaring the incident an act of terrorism. president trump, theresa may, and london's mayor responding to the attack this morning.