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june 18th, happy farther's day, i'm jessica castro in for carolyn tyler. let's start with lisa argen. >> live doppler 7 showing nothing in the way of low clouds. we are starting out with low numbers. the atmosphere warmed yesterday and we're still under the heat advisory and the spare the air alert today, second of the summer season. 68 in oakland. 78 in livermore, brentwood 82 and 72 in san jose. so we're from about 5 to 8 degrees warmer from oakland to san francisco. today will be the hottest day we'll see and with that the air
quality goes down in our inland east bay and the santa clara valley. so the heat advisory is extended through thursday evening so limit your out door activities and stay hydrated and the teams by 8:00 in the mid-80s from concord, 82 in livermore and your 70 already in san francisco. we'll have a full look at your accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. >> look at those numbers. you heard it is going to be a scorcher, so take it slow and hydrate and try to stay cool. a live look out east where the temperatures are expected to soar into the triple-digits. katie stopped by the alameda county fair grounds in pleasanton to see how people are coping with the heat wave. >> how hot do you think it is out? >> super, duper hot. >> i think i saw 103 on the weather gage. >> reporter: at the fair, that means an increase in the number
of heat exhaustion incidences. firefighters responded to a dozen calls. >> that is a huge spike. >> reporter: so if you are hitting up your favorite fair attraction. >> my favorite spot is where the rides are. >> where all of the games are. >> where all of the slides are. >> remember to take a break. at the water misters. >> they are amazing. those are like the hidden spots so we might head over there again. >> and some sought relief at the wave in dublin, offering free rec swim fren 6:00 and 8:00 this weekend. the heat wave may feel like the dog days of summer but it didn't stop the style witnessed at corgi-conand take in the evening breeze back at the fair. >> when we get a nice breeze through the property so in the evening we've been seeing larger crowds. >> reporter: because a little heat shouldn't keep you away
from your favorite fare treat. >> abc 7 news. the weather is prompting a warning from fire crews. abc 7 news was in oakland yesterday where the temperatures may have contributed to a grass fire that shut down highway 13 at redwood road for hours. firefighters are warning everyone to be careful during the hot, dry weather. they also warn people not to throw cigarette butts out car windows. in the bay area, this is where you want to go to beat the heat, head to the beach. and the beach reached a high of 85 degrees. keep track on the go with the abc 7 news ax app and find it free in your phone's app store. now to developing news now. concord police have a suspect in custody in connection with a shooting death of a man outside of a popular nightclub yesterday on sal vieho street. an argument broke out in front
of the niko lounge. >> i couldn't hear. but i knew it was on bad terms and then just got shot twice and fell and it was done. so it was -- he was fighting for his life. >> police served a search warrant for the suspect in oakley but he wasn't home instead they arrested the 27-year-old map later during a traffic accident. meanwhile friends tell us the victim is 42-year-old rob natural who often worked as a security guard at the bar. a car fire slowed freeway traffic for a while in emeryville. look at these pictures from yesterday. a car going westbound on i-80 burst into flames around 9:45 near pal street and all of the occupants were able to get out but one lane was shut down while the fire department attended to that fire. the temporary head of the
sfpd watch dog agency has stepped down amid allegations of sexual harassment. the interim director was there for a month and there was an incident that allegedly occurred in 2014 so beginning monday eric baltazar is the new interim director. time to look at how much money marin county has in the coffers and how it will effect you. they hope to pass a $555 million budget proposal and one time expenses include $3 million for road and storm damage repairs and $1.6 for the station and would be an increase over the current budget. the little red scooters you've seen zipping around san francisco may soon be allowed to park in neighborhoods for as
long as they want. scoot is a shared scooter program with over 700 vehicles in the city. and prior to 2015 the scooters would be ticketed by the city even if no one rented them. but this new deal would allow the scooters an exemption from residential parking permit time limits and the mta will look at the issue on tuesday. and steve scalise continuing to recover from being shot on wednesday at a congressional baseball practice in virginia. doctors have upgraded his condition from critical to serious. a entertainment posted to the louisiana republican twitter feed yesterday said he is more responsive and speaking with loved ones. the account also stated scalise was watching baseball and rooting hard for lsu, his alma mater. a sad ending to the search for seven missing sailors and now the search and mission rescue searches for what went
wrong. we have a look at the investigation. >> reporter: late saturday night divers recovered the sailors on the uss fitzgerald. >> it is hard to imagine the challenges and i'm extremely proud of them. >> now navy official ready trying to figure out how the 9,000 ton fitzgerald and the 30,000 ton container ship collided. the cargo ship made a giant u-turn is a proximately half an hour before colliding with the fitzgerald. >> these are two sophisticated ships and should have seen each other. >> and the fitzgerald mid section was gutted. >> this is not a small collision. it was right near pilot's house and there is a big puncture or a gash under the water line. >> the destroyer likely out of service for a long time. >> fitzgerald was one of the most sophisticated ships, with a
special radar and a set of missiles. the navy wants to back fill this very quickly. >> abc news, new york. and british colombia on the bay bridge. san francisco police have confirmed they are investigating an officer-involved shooting. you could see the flashing lights at the very bottom of the screen, if we move the graphic down you could see the police cars investigating now what happened. just before 4:00 a.m. on interstate 80. chp said eastbound lanes are closed for the next few hours. just before the toll plaza. we'll continue to follow the story for you and have the latest information as soon as it becomes available. a developing story in portugal now. forest fires there have claimed the lives at least 43 people and prompted the e.u. to activate the civil protection efforts with both france and spain sending aircraft to help fight
the flames. 600 firefighters have been deployed and authorities have investigating the cause of the fire but the prime minister said recent temperatures of over 100 degrees may have been a factor. tomorrow a moment of silence will be neld had london for the victims in last week's tragic apartment building fire. 58 people now presumed dead and that number expected to rise. meantime, there is mountain moun mounting anger and there were signs of how dangerous the build ing was. molly hunter has the story. >> many trying to force their way in and the angry crowd storming this government building. >> people are missing and dead. no one is telling us the truth. >> reporter: residents warned about the dangerous of a catastrophic fire. the building had no sprinkler system, only one staircase and no fire escaped, even though the
building went through a $13 million refurbishment last year. and now trying to recover the bodies, 58 presumed dead but police say the number could rise. [ chanting ] >> reporter: much of the anger directed at prime minister theresa may under attack for not reaching out to the communities sooner. but when she finally met with victims on friday, a mob gathered outside and the prime minister fled and cameras caught her being bundled into her land rover. >> this is ridiculous. at the end of the day, if you care, show you care. >> molly hunter, abc 7 news. members of the national liberation army, the biggest rebel group in colombia, is denying it had any roll in the bombing of a mall. it killed three people and injured nine others. it was found in a women's bathroom yesterday, one of the victims was a french woman in the country doing volunteer work
but they do blame the rebel group calling the act cowardly. president trump's rollback of american policy toward cuba has angered many republicans and stiffens the resolve of several u.s. citizens who do business with the island nation. the president's speech in miami was a hit with anti-castro conservatives but some republicans complain it surrendered a lucrative market for u.s. goods to american and other competitors. one man who sells pontoon boots to cuba makes it clear. >> there are very few places we could go as a american and i think we should be able to go wherever we want to go because we are the land of the free. >> the president's policy bans limits on travel and will enforce the embargo. and the guy mentioned a pant on --
>> we're in the 70s and 80s in the east bay hills. you heard about the spare the air day and the warmest day and we'll likely see 90s before noon. we'll have a check on your accuweather forecast and let you know when the heat eases. >> and an important reminder for parents, stay vigilant at the pools and beaches. after the break, how quick thinking saved the life of a florida toddler. and the cosby case ending in a
an officer-involved shooting. it happened just before 4:00 a.m. on interstate 80. chp says eastbound lanes are closed for the next couple of hours. you see on your screen all of the police activities just before the toll plaza. we'll continue to follow the story and bring you latest information as soon as we get it. this morning movie fans morning the death of steven first who died yesterday after a long battle with diabetes. first had tv roles in st. elsewhere and babylon nobody for playing flounder in animal house and fighting diabetes for more than 20 years and appeared in an educational video after dropping 85 pounds. first was 63 years old. the man once known as america's dad remains a free man. a judge in pennsylvania declared a mistrial yesterday in the criminal sexual assault case against bill cosby. after deliberating for more than six days, jurors could not reach
a unanimous decision on whether the comedian drugged and molested andrea constand. cosby walked out of court raising his hand in the hair. there was a scathing statement from his wife. >> how do i describe the judge. covertly arrogant and clabing with the prosecutor. >> and now prosecutors have a year to retry cosby on those charges. >> we will retry it. as i said in court, our plan is to move this case forward as soon as possible. >> this is the only criminal case against cosby. more than 50 other woman have come forward accusing him of drugging and or sexual misconduct but those have not results in criminal trials. a cosby accusing living in the north bay reacting to the mistrial. lonni rivera visited the woman who said she was also sexual
assaulted by cosby. >> watching this unfold on the news now makes me sick to my stomach. >> janice baker kinner checked her phone to see what jurors decided in bill cosby's sexual assault trial. >> i wasn't surprised. >> given today's culture, victims are often victimized again and said it happened to her. >> i was one of the few victims that accepted drugs from him while at a party. >> back in 1982 she was a 24-year-old bartender at hurrah's in reno and cosby was performing there and he invited her a party where she accepted pills from him and she passed out and she said cosby sexually assaulted her. >> i blamed the culture because i blamed myself. >> she felt it was her fault and other women began sharing similar stories. janice felt the courage to come forward. this new york magazine featured
her and other women who accused cosby of sexual assault, many of the women have formed a bond. >> people were thanking us coming forward because it helped them have a voice. >> after sharing her story, she heard from other female and male victims of sexual assault. >> no matter what happens with the verdict, guilty or not, this is the beginning for a lot of us. >> reporter: whatever the final out come, the case draws attention to a problem and that in itself is positive. in the north bay, lonni rivera, abc 7 news. and now to a cautionarytory as we head into summer. a 3-year-old boy in a florida pool nearly drowned without anyone noticing. today he is alive thanks to the heroics of strangers. boy's head is bobbing in the water as he struggles to stay afloat and almost three minutes went by without anyone noticing until 9-year-old colby herd noticed and pulled the boy to
nearby grown ups. >> he's under water and i don't think -- i could take care of the people you don't know. even though you don't know them. >> colby's mother who is a registered nurse began cpr and the boy is now recovering. first responders called the pair heroes. another day for the pool today. but of course, the beach is a good idea as well. here is live doppler 7 where we're looking at fog-free conditions but with a nice on-shore flow in the 50s at the shoreline. a look at mt. tam where it is another hot one today. warmer than yesterday. 64 already in san francisco. 68 in oakland. 69 mountainview. san jose 2i67 and 63 in gilroy and sfo warmer today. coming up from two to five degrees most likely. and mid-60s. fairfield 69.
concord and livermore in the 70s. so yes, we're warmer this morning from the golden gate bridge. a bit of a breeze and nothing but sunshine. so spare the air alert today. that is probably no surprise. records are possible. and triple-digit heat all week long. it looks like inland you will see a bit of a break on friday. the rest of us, a little more fog and a stronger on shore flow and a couple of day this is week it will help us out and today poor air quality and once again you will feel it this afternoon and try to take it easy. here is a look at some of the temperatures today. one of six and antioch, we're going up in san jose by a degree and oakland about five degrees and san francisco at 80 degrees. so yes, we are up as much -- almost 20 degrees from where we should be in the inland valley. so at the beach today, notice the 70s. in the 60s yesterday. '87 in santa cruz.
half moon bay, as soon as the sun comes up, probably see folks headed over to the shoreline. so should be a nice day there but very crowded no doubt. 100 in san jose today and los gatos. 97 in sunnyvale. it hurts to say the temperatures. 95 in redwood city and palo alto and in the city it is warmer today. 80 degrees. and in the north bay, ouch, right, 101 santa rosa and near the east bay boy, an a's game today and it is going to be a warm one with 90 in oakland. 92 in union city. you head inland, well these numbers will fluctuate just a tiny bit but overall throughout the week, it is just going to be so warm here. in fact, dangerously warm. overnight tonight, we'll see numbers drop back into the 60s and you download our accuweather app and you could track the coastal fog, the sea breeze and the subtle differences as we get
into tomorrow. but the accuweather seven-day forecast still paints a picture for a hot, hot father's day and with a little fog tomorrow, the beach and the bay will feel the difference, but our friends in the east bay, hopefully you have the air-conditioning and the pool and don't have to do too much outside. >> no kids. hot looks like an underentertainment unde understatement. give dad the sunscreen. are queen b. and jay-z new
music royal couples welcomed new twin this is week at ucla medical center and when they gave birth and the genders have not yet been revealed. the new bundles of joy joined blue ivy who made a big splash when she was born. and we're getting a new look inside of the tesla facility in hawthorne. elon musk tweeted this of a drone in the production room. there are falcon 9 rockets on your screen an the drone flies inside one of those. tesla set to launch a falcon 9 rocket tomorrow morning. and the drone industry taking off but it was one major limitation. pilots are required to see the drone with their own eyes while flying it. jonathan bloom has a look at a new system from nasa that could soon allow thousands of drones to fly some longer distances.
>> pilots have flight simulators and nasa has this full size simulator for air traffic control but down the hall they have a all new traffic control. and not for airplanes but for drones. >> it is going to be highly automated and the separation between keeping drones away from each other. >> reporter: nasa is expected millions of drones to be flying overhead in the coming years and many self-flying commercial drones like this one. >> they are being flown without any connection or awareness of what is else is going on in the air space really. >> reporter: and nasa plans to change that with utm, unmanned aerial system traffic management. >> i'm transitioning -- >> reporter: and it lets drones electronicfully file a flight plan and users get an instant green or red light. >> the servers could tell you you have a conflict with others and wait some time or change your path. >> making a system like this work will be a team effort, not
just between regulator but wireless carriers and the big name tech companies of silicon valley. >> it is less than the weight of a volleyball. >> back in february, intel flew drones during half time and they are all talking to each other and now they are looking to expand. and that is critical for drones to deliver packages. it is required for drones flying outside of the operator's line of sight but they hope hobbyists will choose to use it as well so they will be notified if there is an emergency. >> this could relay to the pilots, you need to vacate the air space or land now or you need to hover somewhere else. >> reporter: utm could roll out in 2019. jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. pretty cool technology. and from cool to hot. still to come on abc 7 mornings, our coverage continues on the big story, the heat. a look at how sple are choosing to stay cool. and taking action on the
hi, good morning, happy father's day, i'm jessica castro. we'll start this half hour with a look at the weather and here is lisa argen. >> good morning. we are starting out with clear sky and comfortable temperatures at the coast but numbers have not cooled down too much elsewhere around the bay. we're looking at 64 already in san francisco. 68 in oakland. 69 in mountain view. low 70s in san jose and 54 at the shoreline. from the exploratorium camera, warmer even in san francisco to near 80 degrees. but enjoy the 60s right now from santa rosa to novato. even by the delta, we've cooled off but 75 in concord. so 24-hour temperature change,
everyone is up from 2 to 9 degrees this morning compared to yesterday. so the heat advisory, not only does it continue today, it takes us through thursday night. so yes, it is going to be taxing each and every day unless you stay hydrated and out of the sun. your temperatures over the next couple of hours, anywhere from the mid-60s to the 80s through 7:00 and then in the 90s by noontime. inland highs up to 106 around the delta. 70 at coast. if you could get there, that is an enjoyable place to be. but a spare the air alert. details on your weekly forecast which does include a cooldown but we'll have to wait a while. coming up. jessica, lisa, thank you. and hitting the triple-digits around the area and that means an increase in the number of heat exhaustion incidents. firefighters at the alameda county fair responded to more than a dozen calls there yesterday. taye cool and take a break at the water misters.
>> they are amazing. we might head over there. i think it is about 104 out here. it is hot out here. just drinking and getting slurpees and trying to stay cool out here. >> and at the wave in dublin, the water park offering free swimming between 6:00 and 8:00 today. and also happening today, santa rosa scity officials hopig a cooler center. temperatures there expected to peak around 103 and it is located in the finley community center and doors open at 11:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. and water is provided but be sure to bring books and music and laptop and games because there is no tv. visitors could only have one small tote per person and no animals other than service animals are allowed. police in the east bay are
looking for a gunman after a deadly shooting in front of a popular concord nightclub. witnesses say there may have been a fight and now one man is dead. abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard has details. >> reporter: flowers and candles mark the spot of the fatal shooting on salvo street in concord. >> we heard gunshots and we came and the guy was on the ground. >> reporter: he witnessed what he thought was an argument outside of the niko lounge at 2:00 on saturday. >> i knew it was on bad terms and then that is it. just got shot twice and then fell and it was done. he's fighting for his life. >> reporter: he said the gunman quickly left the scene. >> the car just took off. >> reporter: concord police served a search warrant for a possible home on teresa street in oakley and closed down two blocks to do it. the victim was rob natural who often worked as a security guard as the bar. >> he was the guy that you could
always rely on. >> reporter: mike told us on face time his friend was one in a million. >> he was that guy that was just always there for people, with solid advice, someone that would just listen to you and wasn't real judgemental. >> reporter: a message on the instagram page said the club will be closed until next tuesday. in concord, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. back to the breaking news happening on the bay bridge. our team learning more about an officer-involved shooting. it happened just before 4:00 a.m. on eastbound interstate 80, about three quarters of a mile from the toll plaza. chp said officers were investigating a collision and while they were out there, one of their patrol cars, a vehicle drove at one of the officers. they instructed the suspect to stop but officials say he kept coming at those officers. suspect was then shot several times. his condition not known at this point. he was taken by ambulance to a hospital. chp said eastbound lanes are
closed for the next few hours. that is just before the toll plaza. so if you are headed in that direction, a major heads up. and meanwhile on the peninsula, neighbors hoping to stop what is being called a quote, modern day slavery. abc 7 news was in san mateo as jackie spear hosted an event to educate people on how to spot human trafficking and illegal brothels. it is a problem we last year when san mateo police raided a home across from a high school. >> it is not going on somewhere across the ocean but right here in our communities, maybe even right next door. >> police say it was tips from neighbors who noticed unusual activity that helped them make arrests and shut down the brothel last november. a large tree branch came crashing down on two women during a church picnic in east
bay. the branch fell at shadow cliffs regional recreational center. one was hit and one refused to be taken to the hospital and put an ice pack on her neck. >> it happened just like that. and they heard a tree came over and the branches and then the other lady she was just in shock so they had to take her to the hospital. >> we're glad that woman is fine. and those at the picnic are thankful more people weren't hurt. a fast-moving brush fire in orange county has burned a thousand acres. flames broke out yesterday at lake castaic, a popular spot for camping and swimming. a volunteer evacuation took place at the lake area and the fire about 10% contained this morning. and happening today, a main entrance at yosemite shut down by a rock slide will reopen. highway 140 will open at 6:00 a.m. thanks to hard work by road
crews there. monday 4,000 pounds of rock slid covering the highway completely leading to commuter nightmares for park employees as well as tourists. park rangers say more than 100 dump trucks were used to clear the road which will be repaired later. ♪ fun dance moves there. abc 7 news was in san mateo where the music was thumping at the first ever queer prom. the new san mateo pride center hosted last night's event for teenagers ages 16 to 19. they want lgbt family and friends have a safe place to go to prom free from the typical norms. >> i didn't get to go to prom before and now i have all of these friends and we're here dancing. >> it is something that i've never really experienced before, where all of my friends are coming together and really being themselves. >> lgbt prom.
it seems much more fun than normal. there is people like me. there is people like me. >> and organizers hope to make this an annual event. this week's heat couldn't stop an east bay woman from celebrating her 100th birthday. patricia needed help blowing out candles on her cake but she celebrated. patricia is a retired teacher who educated generations of children in contra costa district. they provided video of yesterday's celebration and a big belated happy birthday to her. >> still ahead, if your credit is not where you would like it to be, there may be hope on the horizon. the reason you may soon see a boost in your score starting next month. and let's take a live look outside from the mt. tam camera and isn't that beautiful. a nice way to start the sunday
are making consumer friendly changes. experian and transunion will no longer report a tax lien expect in special circumstances. this will not display medical collections until six months after the account becomes delinquent so that could certainly help out a lot of people's credit scores. a love of cool cars brought people together in the east bay.
we were in downtown castro valley for the exotic cars from around the bay area and the country were on display. the star of the show was the bat mobile complete with retractible weapons and flames shooting out the back. pretty impressive. the castro valley moose lodge has been organizing this event for the past 11 years and it never fails to impress. i love those cars. look at those. take the top down today. >> no doubt. a classic game system may be making a comeback. atari ceo said they are working on the box but didn't clarify what that means. giz-moto speculates it could be a stand alone like the recently release of preloaded game but they've done things like that with pacman and pitfall. it is years in the making and
uses pc technology means it could be an entirely new console to compete with the xbox and nintendo and the switch and no word on when it is expected to be released. but today not the day to be playing games indoors. it is nice out there. but hot though. >> the first half of the day you'll feel it when it starts to turn and get uncomfortable. but the morning the best part. looking at santa cruz, nobody is there. but today temperatures climbing into the upper 80s. so they are not going to have the strong on-shore flow like we will in the bay area so our beaches more comfortable but we will see our temperatures rise this morning up by the delta into the 80s. elsewhere we're in the 50s at the coast. 70 in hayward. and livermore right now. we'll talk about the hottest day of the week, today, father's day, before subtle changes will make it easier for you. that is all coming up in a few minutes. and right now you could have your pick of your favorite spot. >> okay, hundreds of animals
welcome back. in sports this afternoon, the a's will try to sweep the yankees while the giants try to avoid being swept by colorado. tie block starts for the giants at coors field against the first place rockies and first pitch at 12:10 p.m. cotton takes the mound for oakland. and first pitch at the coliseum at 1:05. last night oakland native andre ward tried to remain undefeated in las vegas. and here is anthony flores with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> the first time andre ward won there was controversy surrounding his victory but this time he didn't leave it up to
the judges. ward has still not lost a fight but he was in danger. according to unofficial score cards he won five of the first seven rounds but ward countered with a tko in the eighth thanks to a right hand to the chin and three shots to the body. ward improves to 32-0 with 15 knockouts. even par is a good score at the u.s. open. not in year. 32 players were under par, including justin thomas. fowler is a fan favorite in erin hills, in wisconsin. fowler shot a four under 68, this birdie on 16th was his third in a row getting him to ten under par, two shots off the least. justin thom, the fifth player shoot a 63 at the open and look at that birdie on five. how did he start that off.
wow! . draining the eagle. 11 under for the tournament and the clubhouse leader until fleetwood made this birdie on 15 to go to 12 under and bogeyed 18 and limped home and one shot back giving the lefty brian harman the lead thanks to the 9 foot birdie put on 15. that got him to five under par so harman will play with thomas in the final pairing on sunday. brooks cope caw and fleetwood are one back at the u.s. open. if the a's plays the yankees every day, they would be in first place. maybe not. but they have won three in a row against the first place yankees. and this guy playing tribute to judge is outside of stockton and matt joyce with the eighth home run of the season. joyce got on base five times. the a's had a 1-0 lead. second inning, yanks up 2-1 and
healy with a power trip, the 16th of the year and tied at 2-2. then in the fourth, healy with the daily double, the second home run and judge struck out three times, and hahn gets him here and hahn picks up the win, five innings and struck out six and the a's win it 5-2. giants and rockies, dad enjoying a special day with the two youngsters. the giants had ten hits in the stand but only one run. that came in the fourth inning. hernandez with a base hit to right. and hundley beats the throw and we're tied at 1-1. cain allowed two runs on nine hits and story goes back up the middle and the rockies take a 2-1 lead. then in the 7th, a two-out pop fly and pence playing deep and can't make the play but the giants lose the fifth straight and they fall, the final score is 5-1. the giants have lost eight in a row to the rockies and they will wrap up the four-game series this afternoon in colorado.
have a great sunday and happy father's day. >> thanks, anthony. our heat wave bringing scorching temperatures to the central valley and animal services there had to rescue nearly 1,000 animals that were trapped in the heat in the back of a moving truck in fresno county. 18 of the animals died. cory james from our sister station in fresno has the story. >> reporter: cityisitting in cr are animals rescued in triple-digit weather. >> it was 955 small animals and birds. >> reporter: and they were all trapped with hours with no water and ventilation. >> it was heartbreaking. >> reporter: the animal humane services said one of the officers got the call at 3:00 p.m. on friday after people in a neighborhood reported the smell of something dead. >> when he got out there, he dofred this and -- discovered this and was just panicked. >> reporter: inside were countless birds, rabbits and
guinea pigs and three little pig lets. >> and it was 107 degrees at the front part of the truck because the further you go back because they were stacked in there tight, it was hotter as you went back. >> reporter: now volunteers are working around the clock to help the animals recover, placing them in wadings with food -- wading pools with food and water and are in need of help. >> we need duckling food and chicken food. >> as for the person linked to the moving truck, no charges have been filed but human services said it is an active and ongoing investigation. cory james, abc 7 news. good reminder to check on the pets. they can't take the heat either. my dog was right in front of the fan yesterday. i expect he'll be there again today. a live look outside from our sutro tower camera and you notice that it looks pretty calm right now. but we have cooled off significantly overnight here along the coast. but that hasn't been the case
inland. so you are starting out mild. we want to take you to concord right now and show you how you are warming up hour by hour. 74 degrees at 7:00. and notice 80s by 9:00. 92 by 11:00. and yes, your high today well over 100 degrees. you'll notice it in the air quality and it looks like tomorrow you'll top out once again around 100. so really a rough afternoon for father's day but as you look outside here, people will be enjoying the bay because we'll have some sea breeze and gusty at times but numbers here as well will be higher than average. live doppler 7 right now. the fog, well it is not really with us this morning. but we are looking at still that on-shore push. so fortunately we do have a couple of cool spots today to enjoy. but even though. >> we'll be into the 70s and 80s close to the coast in some spots. here is sfo. nice and clear. if you were with us yesterday, you remember the low clouds. 64 in the city. 68 in oakland.
69 mountain view. 72 in san jose with 54 at half moon bay. gilroy 63. and looking at the shoreline here from the golden gate bridge, it looks so beautiful this morning, but even here, we'll be well into the 70s. 65 santa rosa. 68 napa, and novato. and 75 in concord. so your forecast highlights, spare the air alert today and records are possible, triple-digit heat continues inland into the week and it looks like friday is the best day. so as we look at the forecast tomorrow, numbers coming down a few degrees. but by tuesday, we're back up a few degrees. and this pink line doesn't change too much. in fact it comes back really into mid-week with numbers still flirting with 100 degrees. but at the beach, in the upper 80s. that is the warm spot in santa cruz. low 70s at half moon bay. 75 ocean beach. stinson in the upper 70s. warmer beach there. and numbers in the 90s from san mateo to fremont and 95 in palo alto and warmer than yesterday and the 100 up in the north bay.
notice the numbers here slightly cooler. it looks like a little bit of fog and that should cool us off overnight and you could download your accuweather app and track the heat and see we are looking at excessive heat inland and hopefully dads could get a break today and not do any barbecuing or lawn mowing and over the bay and the coast it is usually warm. so it happens but it usually happens in two and trhree days and then it is gone. this is a long stretch. >> yeah. maybe take dad to a movie. >> speaking of the heat. could you imagine going to the beach and seeing this. sharks a little too close for comfort. after the break, we'll tell you how this
some beach-goers in alabama. they spotted sharks and they chased fish a few feet from the beach. people had to scramble to safety. no injuries were reported. this happened on friday. one of the people who was on the beach posted this video on her facebook page. local emergency officials helped get everyone to safety. but boy, a little too close for comfort. next on abc 7 mornings at 6:00 a.m., we'll update you on the breaking news on the bay bridge that continues to shut down all eastbound lanes. you want to stay tuned for this if you are traveling east.
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