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start with the first look at the forecast. here's lisa. she's tracking live doppler 7. >> hey, chris, good morning to you. you can see there's a strip of fog and we're look iing at the compressed marine lair. looks like from our tower camera. in fact, we're look iing at fog over san francisco right now. but we also have a heat advisory in effect from 8:00 this morning until 9:00 tomorrow night. so, we are looking at temperatures in the upper 90s to near 104. heat exhaustion, heatstroke and increased fire danger all possibilities. you can see the low cloud deck. 60 in mown tun view, 51 in gilroy. just few fingers of fog still visible. temperatures will be b soaring today with a few high clouds. 60 in liver mother amore and fr bay hills, plenty of sunshine. near 90 inland by noon. not only the triple digits inland, parts of the santa cruz
mountains, upper elevations and north bay. we'll pinpoint your weather forecast coming up. >> thank you. now to breaking news of a triple shooting near uc berkeley. the online site is reporting three people shot near campus this morning. initial reports that police have arrested two suspects, berkeley place say several men got into a fight at durant avenue. someone opened fire, then the group scattered. police say the victims are expected to be okay. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you new updates throughout the morning. time is 6:01. a 5-year-old boy is at children's hospital as a crosswalk collision caught on camera. a family returning to their home was hit by car. everyone survived, but the video you're b about to see may be difficult to watch.
katie has the story. >> surveillance cameras on lucky 37 restaurant captured a car plowing into three people last week. 20-year-old jackie velazquez and her two younger cousins were trying to cross at dale avenue. jackie and 18-year-old carla launched past. >> it was open, they were bleeding. >> carla's 5-year-old brother was pinned under the car. >> he was in icu, children's hospital. >> he's suffering from spinal injuries. the family was simply walking home from getting ice cream when they entered the crosswalk, yet both women feel responsible. >> i couldn't stand, just needed to do something. i feel it was just -- sorry. >> noah witnessed the crash. >> prayers out ever since that
night. >> he says the faded and poorly lit crosswalk is a problem. this is an extremely dangerous. >> death was so close, but it's not your time yet. just live. >> jackie and carla will have to postpone their college plans for medical care, the driver did stay on scene. it's unclear if he's facing charges. in oakland, abc 7 news. new developments in a deadly apartment fire in honolulu. the fire killed three people and injured 12 others. four people including a firefighter are seriously hurt. this morning, we're hearing from residents who escaped. karen hastings lives on the 31st floor. she says she saw the fire burning several floors below her and watched it quickly spread. >> next thing we know, the smoke just billows out. windows are being broken, glass is flying all over.
hitting people if they should happen to be there. then we see that the fire is spreading. >> firefighters say falling debris sparked secondary fires. the marco polo did not have sprinklers because it was built before they were mandatory. no word on the cause. firt firefighters say it began on the 26th floor. developing news out of santa barbara county. we have new pictures of the whittier fire from overnight. the wildfire burning is 52% contained. firefighters say it's burned more than 13,000 acres and destroyed 20 buildings. new evacuation orders are in place. about 1600 firefighters are working around the clock battling the flames. it began last week. a fire charred at least one acre in san jose. the fire started around 2:15
afternoon. firefighters rescued a kit ten from the flames. it is now receiving medical treatment. police are trying to find a missing 5-year-old girl. she was last seen at around 3:15 yesterday afternoon wearing a black shirt, black pants and gray tennis shoes. she has short hair in twists. police think her noncustodial mother took her. they say she has diminished cap capacity. they were tracked to the b.a.r.t. station in berkeley. they are working to see if they got on a train. a man very familiar to north bay police is in jail accused of choking a young boy. police arrested 49-year-old eric wayne conroy thursday and as cornell bernard found out, cop
conroy has had nearly 100 run ins with the law. >> neighbors sounding off about an incident that happened at walnut park on thursday. two teenage boys were sitting on a bench when they were approached by the 49-year-old. police say the suspect approached the teens from behind and started choking one of the boys with a canvas strap. >> police placed it around one of the 14-year-old necks and tried to left him up. he was able to struggle and free himself. >> the attack, unprovoked, the teen was not hurt and calleded 911. police arrested conroy, who's a known transient in town. this was his 19th arrest in four years. mostly for drug charges and disorderly conduct. police have tried to help. >> he's been provided various resources throughout the years. >> it's kind of scary because we feel safe here. >> many parents on alert. the park is a popular spot,
renovated in the past year. >> it's frustrating. >> this woman says they have funned safety cameras and better lighting. >> we want to see the kids back in here again, which is are happening now. >> some say they've seen him in the park before. he remains in jail charged with assault with a deadly weapon and child abuse. officials with contra costa animal services to trying to find off a man badly in need of medical treatment. the staff at the shelter named her rosy because of her rosy color and personality. she has a severe skin condition and had no identification or micro chip. here's a look at the video. the man who left her there. you can see him trying to open the locked doors of what used to be the animal depository. when i asked the man who happened to her. >> love to have a talk with him and figure out the circumstances. it could have been this was a
last resort for the person. >> he could face charges of animal abandonment and neglect. they are treating the dog so she can go up for adoption. a san jose man has been given the maximum sentence of 16 years for stalk, kidnapping and killing cats. he had to face the pet owners in court friday. they tell abc 7 news reporter that the punishment isn't harsh enough. >> we'll still be young when he's released. it's a terrifying thought to think about what could happen if he makes another mistake. >> 26 yaerl robert former of san jose received max mamt sentence. he tortured and killed as many as 16 cats over a two month period his attorney read a statement, in it, he blamed his crimes on . meth. >> had every reason to feel anger and hate because i stole a member of their family. >> the judge ordered him to stay away from the neighborhood and
barred him from own og caring for animals for ten years. the prosecutor asked he register as a sex offender, but that's not part of his sentence. >> you don't have to be b a victim for it to matter. all crimes matter. we prosecute crimes. >> police arrested him in 2015, they found him with multiple cat collars and a dead cat. he pleaded guilty last year to 20 counts of animal cruelty. lisa is here now. you're tracking the hot weather for later in the day, but there's fog right now. >> right. if you're waking up, you're probably feeling like it's a typical day or looking like it if you're close to the coast. here's a live look outside from mt. tam, but the marine layer will not rest long. temperatures in the 60s and 70s in upper elevations over east bay hills have fire danger and a heat advisory to pass along to you. we'll talk about it in just a few minutes. also ahead, the right to
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melanie wood rowrow has the update. >> man charged with the murder said he found a gun wrapped in a t-shirt under a bench at pier 14. the bullet ricochet ted off the pavement and hit the woman. it was stolen from a policeman's vehicle when he was off duty. it was not cloer clear how it got to pier 14. they say they want the to ask him about the gun when the trial begins. they say the dlm is telling them the federal agent is not subject to a state criminal court subpoena. >> there's a certain of degree of arrogantsy. which i have to ask you, do taxpayers want a federal agency to be working to try to stop us from calling a witness or not providing us with information. >> he knows about the condition with can which the weapon was stored, the history of the weapon. >> in a letter, the u.s. department of interior outlined
its regulations relating to subpoenas. the blm is a bureau of that department. >> there is a process where by we ask permission to call him as a witness and the agency would decide whether or not they want to abide by it. >> a spoke person did not offer a position on the issue. >> in this case is is in court and those issues will be hashed out in court. >> lopez sanchez' trial date could be set as early as next friday. abc 7 news. the alameda county sheriff's office will soon become the first on the west coast to offer life saving protection from certain deadly drugs to its canine officers. abc 7 was at the canine facility as they gave the dogs narcan. it can quickly reverse the effects of deadly drugs.
officers say the dogs run into them on calls almost daily now. >> it may get it in their nose or walk through it and lick them. some of these drugs are very concentrated. >> the training on how to administer narcan should take about a week and alameda county is making a video to show departments how to do it. it cost b about $75 per kit. the group cover your canine is raising money at 60 locations across the state this weekend to help by kits for other departments. this year marks a special anniversary for an organization that's a part of san francisco while inspiring people to be artistic. chris has spent 40 years using the mission district as its canvas and since 1977, neighbors have asked the organization to lead every day people to create murals that speak for a diverse community. >> it amazes me that we continue to do this after 40 years,
people still call and request this kind of experience. it's really important to them to have something they can do together and make beautiful in their community. >> you can go to our website to find out more about special 40th anniversary tours being offered. a protest over sleeves unfolded on the steps of the u.s. capitol yesterday and peninsula congressman jackie spear was behind it all. they demanded their right to bear arms and posed for photos at the capitol, each wearing sleeveless dresses, they're trying to get a rule that blans sleeveless attire for women in the halls of congress remove frd the books. paul ryan says he's working to amend the dress code to keep up with the changing times. some of the legends are being honored in southern california at the expo celebrating all things disney.
george takes us inside. >> we took a day away from the castle to come visit. >> prince charming and know white. belle and snow white and disney fans where you look are part of this year's expo. the morning started off with a bang as disney name d its 2017 ledge enlgds. oprah cemented her place in this year's class, but was not alone. mopg the others, mark hammell and his star wars movie sister, the late carrie fisher. >> we sort of scoffed at the idea, we're twins? wait a second, if she's princess leah and i'm her brother, does that make me royalty. she said, no. okay, just asking. >> i don't know what makes a legend. but i'm thrilled to be b one. because i tell you, this company, disney, has been in my life all of my life.
>> it was just thrilling day for me. one that i will long remember. and i wish my fans had all been with me so they can share it with me. >> we're with with you. >> one of the big draws here is a look at the future star wars attraction that's now in the works for disney land and of course, there is plenty of star wars merchandise to buy here and there are plenty of star wars fans all over the place including a familiar face in l.a. radio. >> lisa, are you shopping for a light saber lamp? >> how could you not? look at all this cool star wars stuff. that's what i love about this expo. this is made by fans for yours truly. >> if you think this looks busy here, just wait. there will be plenty of traffic inside the convention center even if the only cars here are parked. all right, all your bay area disney fans, if you're thinking you want to come, hop a plane, get down here, saturday is sold
out. but there are still some tickets left for sunday. in anaheim, abc 7 news. >> and disney is the parent company of abc 7. good morning to you. saturday morning and the fog is beginning to praek up over the city. it's compressed. high pressure pushing down on the atmosphere and live doppler 7 shows what's left of the fog. we want to show you the tropics now. this is hurricane fernanda, where it is spinning out into the pacific. it's a category 4. continues to weaken about two days or so, it won't be a hurricane anymore. but it could though elevate the surf along the coast. otherwise, we will be looking at high clouds pushing into southern california, some of those moving up into the bay area, but the big headline today is our heat advisory from 8:00 today until tomorrow night, where we're look iing at the possibility of heat related illnesses all over the bay area and high fire danger. there's a look at the fog. the golden gate bridge. 55 in the city. 61 in san jose.
mountain view at 60. 53 in half moon bay and this is is such a changing picture. pretty cool as the fog begins to retreat. you can see the hole opening up over san francisco. 50 in santa rosa. upper 50s, fairfield an concord. in the chillier valleys looking at the cool numbers. look at this shot here, with heat advisory, it is going to be really warm. about 101 in livermore and in the south bay, 90s. santa cruz mountains, but also, higher elevations, breezy wipds, that's always a concern this time of year. cooler pattern sets up for monday. here's a look at your beach forecast with upper 60s from the ocean beach. 66 in half moon bay. that ocean temperature still just in the 50s, but with low 80s in santa cruz, should be a nice beach day there. look for upper 80s santa clara. 93 in las gat os.
we did see a few 90s yesterday. it remains cool at the shoreline. 83 in menlo park. some sun here. we'll call it partly to mostly sunny in san francisco. 74. 95 in petaluma. afternoon highs, about 4:00 this afternoon in the low to mid 80s towards e fremont. newark, 82, concord, degrees. livermore, you could be at 100 degrees as well. pleasonton getting close. if you're heading into thety for the evening game tonight, the cleveland independeians in town degrees, a nice night for baseball and tomorrow morning, we're look iing at sunshine, mi an upper 50s for the aids walk with temperatures in the 60s by 2:00. download our appen and you can track the heat today and tomorrow and that will lift on monday. down at least 10 degrees inland and we're look for the cooling trend to take us into the rest of the week, so this year's aids walk is just one day away.
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it's great to have you with us on this saturday morning. we're starting this half hour with a quick look at the weather. lisa is tracking the conditions where you live. >> good morning to you. the highlighted areas with our heat advisory, not only for today, but tomorrow through 9:00. we're looking at heat are related illnesses possible in these areas where temperatures could exceed 100 degrees. from east bay hills, diablo range, everywhere except the coast where temperatures there will be seasonal. ib lanland high, 98 to 104 and you're out there too long, you run the risk of hyatt exhaustion with breezy winds. the tower camera should say watching the marine layer
disburdi disper disperse. you can see the fog in play here. 60 in fairfield as well as livermore, so your forecast today calls for the fog to retreat and you'll see sunny skies throughout the day today. high clouds and temperature frs the 60s to near 90 by noontime. inland is 10 to 15 degrees warmer than yesterday. chris. >> thank you. this morning, florida officials say they don't know when a sinkhole will stop expanding. rez debits are preparing for the worse. >> it swallowed two houses and threatened more. the family getting out minutes bf the ground gave way. >> i was so emotional.
i was crying and everything. we got the dogs out and couldn't save anything else. >> their home sinking into the mud. >> everything's gone. >> earlier, they were calling 911. >> there's a sinkhole next to her neighbors house and it's literally eating the house like completely. >> within minutes, it was crumbling and you see how it spread across the street expanding to 225 feet wide and 50 feet deep. so far, 11 neighborhood families evacuated, grabbing what could carry as the earth crumbabled. >> you could see the anxiety level. they're fearful. unfortunately, we can't give clear answers because this is mother nature. we stand with you. >> there were early signs of a sinkhole here five years ago and the house stabilized last year. now to that meeting that donald trump jr. took with a russian lawyer. brian ross reports on the new revelations of who else was in
that room. >> as the president returned home to his met by an afternoon rainstorm and new questions about whether his son, don jr., has told the full story of his meet wg the russian lair. >> my son is a wonderful young man. he took a meeting with a russian lawyer. not a government lawyer, but a russian lawyer. >> but don jr. agreed to the meeting only after e-mails to him said he would be seeing a russian government attorney with dirt on hillary clinton. a major new revelation. in addition to that lawyer coming to trump tower, another person, once accused of having been soviet counterintelligence officer also in that meeting. he was born in russia and is now a russian lobbiest, don jr. failed to mention him this week. >> i'm more than happy to be transparent and happy to cooperate. >> so, as far as you know, this is everything. >> this is everything. >> but it wasn't.
at first, the only participants don jr. mentioned were himself, trump's son-in-law, paul manafort, the russian lawyer and the public relations man for a russian billionaire who set the whole thing up. rob goldstone. now, we know there were at least two others in that room. the russian born lobbiest, plus, a russian interpreter, something the younger trump failed to tell sean hannity. >> did you ever meet with any other person from russia? >> i've probably met with other people from russia. not in the context of a formalized meeting or anything like that because who would i -- >> the russian lobbiest in the trurp tower meeting told "the washington post" that the lawyer left behind documents for the trump team without saying what was in them. >> this happen frd the meeting and honestly, i think the press made a very big deal over something that really a lot of people would do. >> the president says he only learned of the meeting in the last few days, but on the same day, his son agreed to sit down with the russians. candidate trump made this promise.
>> i am going to give a major speech on probably monday of next week and we're going to be discussing all of the things that have taken place with the clintons. i think you're going to find it very informative and very, very -- >> since then, his son's story has been constantly changing. in july of last year, just a month after the meeting, he denied having any knowledge the russians were trying to help the trump campaign. >> it's disgusting. it's so phony. i can't think of bigger lies, but that goes to show you what the dnc and what the clinton camp will do. they will lie and do anything to win. >> abc new, new york. a federal judge in hawaii has issued a ruling that has further weakened president trump's travel ban. that ruling vastly expands the list of family members that visa applicants can get into the u.s.
the hawaiian judge said that grandparents are the epitome of close family members and should be allowed to enter. jeff sessions says the administration will ask the u.s. supreme court to void the judge's ruling. senators will vote on the republican health care bill next week. president trump praised the plan in his weekly address and says the senate health care bill will give americans already options and lower costs. >> when i ran for president, i made a commitment to the american people to repeal and replace obamacare. i am pleased to report we are very, very close to ending this health care nightmare. we are so close. >> the republican health care plan limits federal spending on medicaid. the newest version of the bill changes how much money states will get. democrats say it favors louisiana, montana and alaska, which are all republican dominated states.
happening today, representative jackie spear will host a town hall meeting on health care. the event begins at noon in pacifica. she will discuss how federal and state bills impact health care coverage. she says tens f millions of people could lose their insurance under the gop health care bill. this is part of an ongoing series of town hall meeting that she has held since the presidential election. a bridal chain that declared bankruptcy is promising to do what it can to make sure brides get their dresses, but some of those brides were at stores yelling to be let in. lindsey janice has the story. >> we want our dresses! >> brides to be b across the country panicking after alfred angelo suddenly closing. these women trying to get the dresses they say they ordered and paid for. some brides worrying about the
money they've spent. >> about 800. >> about 1300. >> 1300. >> what are you going to do? >> we don't know. >> at some of the companies, more than 60 location, brides racing to get their dresses. it is ridiculous. >> tonya shows photos of herself in the dream dress he might never get to wear. >> i had to camp there. at least make an attempt to pick up my dress. that's paid for. >> employees blocking cameras. a sign in the window referring bride to a bankruptcy lawyer. >> disconnected. >> we tried calling. >> no answer. >> it's so terrible they would do this. >> an attorney did confirm to one of our affiliates, the company is planning to file for bankruptcy and are going to do everything they can to make sure brides get their dresses. lindsey janice, abc news, cherry hill, new jersey. still ahead, we're only six weeks away from the start of
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a great start. lisa has you covered. she'll be back with the forecast coming up. artists from across the nation are in san francisco to show off their goods. the craft fair is happening today at ft. mason in the marina. doors will open from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. it features local and national artists, do it yourself workshops and food vendors. you can buy jewelry, home decor and much more. organizers say it's the world oes largest showcase of craft and design. if you can't go today, you'll have another chance tomorrow. so much going on. >> very much and with the weather, we're looking at tmperatures continuing to climb. throughout the weekend. that's why we have our heat advisory. look at the fog in santa cruz. a 30 degree jump today. low to mid-80s this afternoon under sunny skies, but still, a good deal of fog around the bay. 50s and 60s right now. locally. we'll talk about how hot the it's going to be in jaus few
to become the old women's champion in the era. if she win, it would be her sixth title. you can watch an encore presentation at noon right here on nbc 7. time now is is is 635. giants a's's madison bumgarner returns for the first time since getting injured in a dirt bike accident in april. first pitch at 5:40 and the a's are celebrating ricky henderson day. he'll throw out the first pitch before the game against the indians. it starts at 6:05. last night, the a's sent sunny gray to the mound as speculations swirled about him being traded. here's highlights of this morning's sports. >> good morning, everybody. the second half of the baseball season started last night with rumors about gray being scratched from his scheduled start. it was all over the twitter. thought he's going to be traded. not so fast. he was on the mound against the indians on bark in the park
night. look at friday. gray was on the hill. soft come backer by gomes and six scoreless innings. perhaps upping his trade value. bottom five. a's up 2-0. davis connects. against the team, he played for last year. holy toledo. 3-0, athletics. couple grounders later, the a's only all-star, alonso, to xfinity and beyond. his 21st of the year. now, we'll see what happens with gray. giants and padres. bumgarner set for his return today. one seam on the mound. woman of the first, san diego's pirlo and nunez just off the dl. a slide and catch near the wall and he is not hurt. top of the second, cueto, a base knock with two outs. giants up 2-0, but he struggleded after only four
innings. this is another guy a lot of trade rumors about. buster posey, the all-star. only one for the giants, his 11th. padres almost pulled this out, but the giants hold on by a score of 5-4. pablo sandthey steined him to a $5 million bill. a complete bust in boston and the red sox will have to pay him 49 million to leave. i will need for half of that. i promise you. steph curry and his dad have 13 points in the american century celebrity golf event in tahoe tied for 23rd. derek low is in first place. how about the football in tahoe? aaron rodgers and the packers finding steph curry, the gorgeous diving catch. don't hurt your angle. going for the block. throws the triple. pavelski in second place doing a -- tim brown, charles woodson
autographing footballs, launching them into the crowd. how about rodgers? this is a strike into the boats. in third place. justin timberlake, he's good at everything. golfer, maybing shots. spinning the ball, dancing with alfonso. good times in tahoe. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. good morning to you. look at this view. this is from our tower cam and you can make out the tower there, the reflection and low cloud deck, which is revealing the city below. we have 70s again today. very nice day here and we'll be
looking at the heat once again. that's why we have our heat advisory. this is the forecast for livermore today, back to 100 degrees tomorrow. really no change, but by monday, we'll see this ridge begin to retreat and some cooler temperature, in fact, it gets even cooler on tuesday. so, that's good news and while we view this picture from mt. tam, you'll notice the fog isn't really disappearing yet. it's allowing temperatures to stay cool in the north bay. 5 degrees cooler. went from 48 in 1novato, to 50. there is the strip of fog from point reyes off the san matteo coast. it's quite dense along the central coast. around monterey and watsonville, so high fire danger. higher elevations, our inland east bay, the diablo range. santa cruz mountains through tomorrow. it's pretty sunny here with 15u 55 in san francisco.
61 in san jose. 60 in mountain view. temperatures coming up about 7 degrees today in the peninsula. still a sea breeze though. 54. look at the flag here. really tells the story. but we will be b picking up more marine air. right along the ocean today, but it's going to be confined to about a mile or so along the coast, temperatures beyond that, really heat up. 61 by the delta. 58 in concord. livermore at 60. look at these cool numbers. 50. napa is at 54, so here's a look at some of the haze out there, but more than likely, we'll have good air quality as it lifts, the low cloud deck. it will evaporate and we're looking at higher do you wa eer throughout the amp. may feel muggy on the peninsula. triple digits for inland areas, a cooler pattern begins monday, so this is more typical today. heat wave and then it will be out of here, so sunshine, upper
60s ocean beach. look at the 82 though in santa cruz. you know it's going to be a warm day. still fog though know and by tomorrow, any changes on this hot pink, it really designates the o p pressive heat. still 80s, but by monday, we are cooler, back to where we should be. tuesday looks to be seasonal and the cool day of the week. here's a look at what you can expect tomorrow. mild in the 60s for aids walk san francisco by 10:00. mid-60ness the afternoon. 2:00, we're looking at 70 degrees, so it will be hot today along the east bay. talked about the triple digits. comfortable in san francisco, but 90 in san rafael. half moon bay, clear and mild, download our app and you can track the weather all around the bay and your neighborhood and you'll notice the hottest day is coming into play this weekend.
so stay hydrateded. do some wine tasting. thank you. in okayland, the temple that will sit at the center of the burning manifest value is beginning to take shape. this year, it's being made from a different material from an unlikely source. they're doing what some would call sacred work. >> it's real honor. the pem principle is an ort piece, but really more of a community service. >> to the community that asemibables here in the desert for burning man. for all the music, bright colors and flashing lights, the temple is is something different. >> people are quiet in the space. it has power to it. it is almost indescribable what people go through in that space. >> the wood that's being cut fwan its journey here. along the road. >> trees that have died in an epidemic of beatles. >> year of drought left them unable to fight off the beatles.
>> so pg&e cut them down and donated them to the temple crew. it's not often you hear a big utility company mention nd the same as burning man. >> this is a unique partnership. >> reuse and recycle is is important to the folks. it's important to us as well, too. >> it shows the stack of pine into three by six boards. >> we need eight of each. >> of course, one of f the most significant parts is when all this gets burned down. more important to use wood that would have gone to waste. >> to see something that people went through. >> then label each board and take them all apart to reassemble in the desert, far away from any hardware store and from home.
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time now is 6:56. grab a partner and gget ready t dance the night away. the sixth annual salsa festival wraps up tonight. one of california's biggest latin music dance parties. more than 7,000 people attend each year. the event goes from 6:00 until 10:00. if you don't know how, there will be dance lessons and admission is free. >> we have a fog out there, so it's 50s, but upper elevations in the 70s in some spots with those breezy north winds. we're looking also at high fire danger. heat advisoradvisory, heat in o. 90 in san jose. but south of san jose, you can be as much as 10 degrees warmer, so keep that in mind. the seven-day forecast, our heat advisories until 9:00 tomorrow, but really no change until
monday. it will cool us off by about 10 degrees. only warm up again, shouldn't be too hot, more typical. >> thank you. and thanks to you for joining us on abc 7 morning. news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and instagram. good morning america is next. abc 7 news continues. we'll see you then.
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