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this is abc 7 mornings. good morning everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, january 28th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist frances dean ling. >> satellite image. clouds are way off to the coast. we're dealing with sub oren fog in santa rosa where visibility is about a fourth of a mile now. elsewhere, it's cleared up through napa and fairfield. that had fog much earlier this morning. here's the 12-hour day planner. mostly clear conditions. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. a sunny and milder afternoon. we'll even see upper 60s in some inland areas during the afternoon hours. sunsets at 5:28. it will be a clear and cool evening overnight once again. this is just the beginning of the warmup. i'll let you know how hot it's going to be coming up with the accuweather seven-day forecast. carolyn? >> frances, thank you.
we have developing news in the south bay. firefighters in santa clara say one person has died in a house fire. the three-alarm fire broke out just before 2:00 this morning at a town house on clyde avenue near lafayette street. crews say that they found a man inside one of those units. paramedics tried to resuscitate him. but he died at the hospital. the cause of the fire is under investigation. a richmond police officer is in the hospital this morning. the police department says he was injured trying to stop a sideshow around 1:30 this morning on marina bay parkway and regatta boulevard. officers estimate up to 50 cars were in the area. they were trying to cite several for code violations when one car struck the 8-year veteran. he suffered cuts. they're still trying to find that suspect who was driving a black sedan. new this morning, a serial
stowaway arrested yet again. chicago police took marilyn heartman into custody at o'hare international airport this morning. hartman has a long history of trying to catch flights without a boarding pass. a judge released her from jail on bond after prosecutors say she took a flight from chicago to london. the judge told her to stay away from the airport. but today authorities spotted her again at o'hare and charged her with trespassing. hartman has tried to illegally board flights at several airports including mineta san jose, sfo and oakland international. marijuana is now legal in california, but it may not be easy to get. this morning there are warnings that demand may soon outstrip supply. retailers say a shortage could lead to risesing prices. you go to the department of
public health. >> he's a locally permitted and licensed marijuana grower. he's a rarity in the recreational industry. >> what we have now are more and more dispensaries every week that have licenses. but very, very few producers, less than 10% in the state, i can speak to san francisco is less than 5% of the producers in san francisco are locally and state authorized. >> the authoritiage of authorized growers is a problem for retailers. if a dispensary gets licensed, they can only purchase product from a licensed distributor and licensed producer. >> currently, there are not enough growers and distributors licensed to provide product. high demand, low supply. >> many of the retailers anticipated this shortage. a lot of the stock in store was purchased in advance of the 2018 law. we're good. we're projected to be fully stocked until, i'd say, march. >> not all retailers planned ahead like medi thrive.
>> they're scrambling now. >> flynn is part of the california growers association. many have a two to three-week backlog for licenses. >> i feel legislators dragged their feet a little bit on this thing because of the whole, i don't know, stigma. >> the backlog could result in higher prices and could take months to sort off. >> katie ute as, abc 7 news. tv host piers morgan said the president told him i wouldn't say i'm a feminist. i'm for women, i'm for men, i'm for everyone. many social media users reacted with sarcastic remark to the not a feminist remark. the comments come as a conversation over sexual harassment or behavior towards women has dominated the headlines in recent months. the president himself has been accused of sexual misconduct by more than a dozen women he has repeated denied those claims.
president trump will be delivering the state of the union address in just two days. the stakes are quite high. he'll address the nation at a time of historically low poll numbers. as a face to face encounter with special counsel robert mueller may be just weeks away. abc news correspondent david wright has more. >> mr. speaker, the president of the united states! >> this may be his first state of the union, but president trump has already proven the format plays to his strengths. his address last year to a joint session of congress seen as one of the high points of his presiden presidency. >> the time for small thinking is over. the time for trivial fights is behind us. >> the administration says this year's speech will focus on five main areas. the economy, infrastructure, immigration, trade and national security. trump is expected to make the
case that all groups are benefiting from a roaring economy. thanks, he says, to his efforts to cut taxes and deregulate. >> steve wynn, would you stand up. he's raising so much money for our great republican party. >> meantime, the president and his party are now facing pressure to distance themselves from one of the top republican donors. casino king steve wynn resigned this weekend as the party's finance chair after a "wall street journal" report alleged he pressured manicurists and massage therapists as his las vegas casinos for sex. wynn denies the allegations calling them preposterous. the rnc puts pressure on democrats to return mono owe they are growing calls to treat wynn's scandal with ee wal outrage. >> >> good to see you. on the eve of the state of the
union, there's this chummy new interview with the president. conducted by piers morgan. winner of the celebrity apprentice. trump talks about the controversy of the anti-muslim videos and the british prime minister and others sharply criticized. >> i have a very good relationship with your prime minister who i just left. she's been doing -- i think she's been doing a very good job. we actually have a very good relationship, although a lot of people think we don't. >> david wright, abc news. washington. a car that slammed into a castro valley church has left behind significant damage. this video caught the aftermath of the crash. the chp says it happened last night. the driver made an unsafe turn, clipped a parked truck and then went into the church of the nazarene. the driver and passenger went to a nearby hospital. they have minor injuries. so far, no charges have been
filed. this morning a hiker is recovering from injuries after she was rescued on mt. tamalpais. the rescue was taped from a helicopter. the hiker fell 40 feet off the steep ravine trail around 3:00 yesterday afternoon. the helicopter lifted her to safety and she's now being treated for major injuries at john muir medical center. happening today, members of the u.s. coast guard are returning home to alameda. the crew on board the cutter stratton was on patrol off the coast of central and south america in search of drugs. over the past two months, it intercepted five suspected drug smuggling boats carrying $721 million worth of cocaine. the coast guard dropped off the load in san diego on thursday. the cutter stratton is expected to arrive in alameda around 10:00 this morning.
frances is in for lisa this morning. you have a great forecast ahead. >> lots of blue skies, plenty of sunshine, breezy conditions in the higher elevations, like this live shot from mt. tam. you can see it is gusty there. we have an offshore flow that will warm things up. i'll tell you by how much. thank you, frances. the message from pope francis following the deadly terror attacks in afghanistan. the flu epidemic is closing schools
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welcome back everyone. 9:13 on this sunday morning. thank you for watching abc 7 mornings with us. this is a live look from santa cruz, the beach a little deserted this morning. 44 degrees right now. little on the cool side. it is going to reach 70 this afternoon. a warmup is in store for all of us this week. francesa long shortly with a warm weather, accuweather forecast. this morning, pope francis is decrying terror attacks in afghanistan and asking how much longer people there must suffer the inhumane violence. the pontiff made his remarks to the faithful in st. peter's square. he denounced the suicide bombing that killed more than 100 in
kabul this weekend. and another a week earlier at a hotel in the afghan capital. pope francis led a moment of silent prayer for the victims and their families. we turn now to the flu epidemic. schools in at least six states will be closed tomorrow. it's an attempt to spread of the virus. abc news reporter zachary quiche has the latest. this morning the number of flu cases on the rise. schools across the country closing with others racing to disinfect their classrooms. more than a dozen schools in oklahoma forced to cancel classes. >> we felt like at the end, it was what was best for our kids. >> as many as 20% of the kids out. schools in states closing doors. in parts of florida, a shortage of bus drivers with so many getting sick with the flu. >> it felt like my whole body ached. in dallas, children of all ages administered free flu shots, more than 200 in all. >> before you know it, we will
be out of vaccine and then it's going to be too late. the flu can go on into march and april. >> with 37 children already dying from the flu, experts estimate the number may be twice that. 49 states reporting widespread flu activity. this influenza season on track to become the worst in nearly a decade. the epidemic hasn't even reached its peak. zachary quiche, abc news new york. they're hiring children because students are returning to school after the break. dr. jennifer ashton was on "good morning america" this morning. she had some advice on what parents can tell their kids to do if they feel under the weather. >> this is a great opportunity to teach our children about certain symptoms, especially flu s symptoms. since they're hearing about it. we want them to recognize what it feels like when they have a high temperature. they might feel cold, have
fatigue, headache, body aches. if they have those symptoms, we want them to tell the school nurse, a parent, a care-giver. we have to teach them health comes first. older kids will say i'm learning all of pre calculus this week. your health comes first. >> that's right. if your child is sick, before returning to school, they should have not had a fever for 24 hours. be off medication and not have any physical symptoms like vomiting or diarrhea. if they have a bacterial infection like strep throat and they're on antibiotics, doctors say they should be on antibiotics for at least 24 hours. well, put on your apron. today is national muffin day. san francisco's muffin man is baking for a cause. abc 7 news reporter alyssa harrington tells us more. >> reporter: jacob coffman is known as the muffin man because
he bakes muffins for the homeless in san francisco and created national muffin day, held on the last sunday of january. >> what i like to do is get as many people around the country or around the world to bake muffins with themselves, their friends, families and go into their cities where there are homeless or hungry children and hand out the if you hamuffins. his goal is to bake a few thousand muffins. he encourages others to make their own and take a picture and post-it on social media with the #give muffins. for each baker he will give money towards -- >> specifically, it will go towards of the nutrition and healthy eating programs. >> the ceo says this is about more than just food. >> it's showing people that we see you. we see you here. we're not going to walk by. we recognize that you need support. while the big picture goal is a home. we may not be able to always do that every day.
but we can show that we care. >> jacob became the muffin man four years ago. he was working as a lawyer and baked a batch before work. >> i had 11 muffins left over. maybe i'll walk to work and hand them out to homeless people. i did that and it felt really good and people were appreciative. it definitely changed my perspective on homelessness. >> his former law firm and his parents will match donations. in san francisco, alyssa harrington, abc 7 news. the water has been cleaned up. but oh, it's quite a mess yesterday on market street in san francisco. abc 7 news was there as crews work to turn off the water after vehicles took out a hydrant. it happened near 8th street. firefighters are struggling to try to shut off the flow and finally after half an hour or so, they were able to turn it off. other than the busted hydrant, nothing was damaged. happening today, you can
save the earth or at least try to do so by picking up trash. the surfrider foundation's san francisco chapter is holding a cleanup at baker beach. volunteers can drop in any time between 10:00 and noon. help the environment and then enjoy a free cup of coffee. the foundation has dozens of chapters across the country. the goal of the organization is to host 1500 cleanups and remove 150,000 pounds of trash this year. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist frances dinglasan. great day to head to the beach. you might not even need a jacket. here's the satellite image. notice the clouds are well off to the coast. we have mostly clear conditions, except for a little bit of fog sticking around in santa rosa. also, gusts from the north and northeast, especially in the higher elevations at mt. tam. 22 miles an hour. 24 miles an hour in spring valley and 22 miles an hour in the oakland hills.
here's a look from the east bay hills. you can tell it's gusty with the camera bouncing. temperatures will climb into the 50s for most everyone. still in the 40s in a few spots. oakland 53. san jose 49. gilroy still at 46 degrees. this time we're looking from mt. tam toward the bay and san francisco in the background. more 40s for you in santa rosa and napa, novato 50. fairfield 46. low 50s through concord and livermore right now. what a pretty shot. looks like a postcard. clear and blue out there. we will see the gusty offshore winds in the north and east bay hills. that will start to subside this afternoon. sunny and milder day today. the dry pattern sticks around through next week. you can put the umbrelas away. this area of high pressure, this is a dominant feature for the week. it pushes the storms to the
north. with this rotation, we're going to see windy conditions in southern california. see the santa ana winds. there's a red flag warning in effect as well as a high wind warning this afternoon. for us at the surface, winds won't be too bad. you'll notice it's an offshore flow. we'll see the land breeze and as the land warms up, it allows temperatures to warm up as well with that land breeze. so we're going to come up a few degrees in many areas today. san francisco at 61 as well as oakland. san jose 66 degrees. check out the 70s in santa cruz. 70 degrees as well as in ukiah and just lots of bright blue skies out there. plenty of sunshine. overnight lows on the cool side. we'll see mostly 40s for everybody. milder in san francisco at 49 degrees. 30s possible in the north bay and santa rosa and napa. fog spilling into the delta as
well. also, the temperatures we're going to be climbing up because of that high pressure. for example, we'll be about 10 degrees above average towards the end of the work weechblgt you'll see that with the accuweather seven-day forecast. sunny and mild today. upper 60s for some of our inland neighborhoods. partly cloudy tomorrow. we're not changing temperatures too much. we're going to warm up even more on tuesday. wednesday morning should be great, clear viewing if you're up that early for the lunar eclipse at 5:29 a.m. hey, for the first day of february, inland temps up into the 70s. looking warm, possibly even warmer next weekend. get your t-shirt and shorts and sunglasses out. put the umbrellas away. >> i know you'll be up for that lunar eclipse. >> you will too. >> of course. >> just ahead, long lost treasure. the incredible centuries-old
come out. prince died april 2016 of an accidental drug overdose. he had a vault of unreleased music now in storage in los angeles. now to a look at the bottom of the atlantic ocean where divers have struck gold. just 40 miles off the north carolina coast. one diver here holding up a rare gold coin believed to be from the wreck of a steamship that sank more than 180 years ago. it was never found. that coin is worth $100,000. the divers hope to find more on their next trip down. still to come here on abc 7 mornings, warriors all-star draymond green is responding to the scandal at his alma mater, michigan state. hear his words of support for victims. also, former charles in charge star, scott baio responds to allegations that he molested his former co-star when she was just a minor.
welcome back everyone. we're starting this half hour taking a look at the weather with our meteorologist frances dinglasan in for lisa argen. it's going to be a gorgeous day today with temperatures a little warmer compared to yesterday. here's a look at live doppler 7 and the satellite image clouds way off to the coast. we can't get rid of the fog in santa rosa that reduced visibility down to a fourth of a mile right now. check out the temperatures. mostly in the 50s. in half moon bay, already 59 degrees. compared to yesterday at this time, it's so much warmer on the peninsula and san francisco and parts of the east bay. half moon bay, 9 degrees warmer compared to yesterday at this time. 8 degrees warmer in mountain view. here's how the day plays out with the blue skies above. mostly clear in the next hour. sunny and mild this afternoon. inland numbers will be hitting the upper 60s.
sunsets at 5:28. a clear and cool evening. it's going to get even warmer with the accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. thank you, frances. now to the fallout from the case of larry nassar convicted of molesting student athletes and olympic gymnast. the michigan attorney general is promising a top to bottom investigation at michigan state university, which is where nassar worked as a sports doctor. eva pilgrim has details. this morning a special prosecutor in michigan investigating how disgraced doctor dr. larry nassar could sexually abuse more than 150 women for over two decades and no action was ever taken. >> no individual and no department at michigan state university is off limits. >> the fallout has already begun. msu's president and athletic director both stepping down an the entire usa gymnastics board forced to resign. >> this is a first class mess. >> while much of the focus right
now is on figuring out how this happened, there are also questions about the future of the sport. >> usa gymnastics has an incredible line to walk here with continuing to serve the young people who are competing, coaches and others who had nothing to do with it while completely changing from the top down. >> nassar was sentenced to up to 175 years. noticeably absent from his trial, the u.s. olympic committee and the core 'ol i and beta -- the dominating husband and wife team who helped catapult the program to its success. gymnasts abused by nassar alleging he sexually assaulted them while training at the couple's texas ranch. usa gymnastics cutting ties with the gym as nassar's accusers demand action. >> we have to hold these organizations accountable. the u.s. olympic committee, michigan state university, they enabled this monster, they took his side over us for so long.
>> eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. warriors forward draymond green wants to support larry nassar's victims. he is a michigan state grad and spoke at yesterday's post game press conference. >> as a diehard spartan fan, as an alumnus, as a supporter, i wish those affected, whether you were touched by, broken by, shaken, whatever he did to you, i wish them well if their recovery. >> green looks forward to helping the victims in any way he can. florida senator marco rubio has fired his chief of staff over allegations of improper conduct. he says he will formally notify congressional and senate administrative offices about this case tomorrow. rubio traveled from washington, d.c. to florida yesterday to fire the chief of staff.
the center did not publicly name the employee but says he has evidence this person violated office policies about relations between a supervisor and a subordinate. >> another prominent actor accused of sexual assault this morning, scott baio on the defense taking to social media to give his side. a former co-star says he sexually assaulted her when she was underage. abc news reporter aerial rah chef has more on the battle between the two. >> i'm going to knock down all these false claims against me. >> scott baio coming out swinging on facebook live. she's my best friend in the world, then i am the boogeyman. >> alleging owe o owe by nicole eggert. eggert tweeting ask scott baio what happened in his garage at his house when i was a minor. creep. calling herself a molested child and claiming it wasn't a one-time deal.
>> jamie, what's going on around here? >> why ask me? do what you usually do. >> the actress alleging it happened in the late '80s sitcom, charles in charge, when she was 14, 15, 16 and 17. baio then in his mid-20s. now fighting back. >> when you have minors on the set of a situation comedy, when they're not on the set working, they are in the classroom. >> before his facebook live, the star admitting to one consensual encounter with eggert after charles in charge had ended. but citing her past interviews and letters from his attorney as proof there was no misconduct. >> so what was she, 19? i remember her calling me and asking to come over. coming in my house. one time and seducing me. >> abc news, new york. you may not know his name, but you certainly have heard of his company.
ikea. ing var come prod has died. he founded the company in sweden when he was 17 years old. he turned the small scale mail order business into a global furniture chain. ikea designs became popular because of their simplicity and value. he retired from ikea's board in 2013, handed over the reins to his son. he faced scrutiny over ties to nazi groups during world war ii which he called, quote the greatest mistake of his life. happening today, music's biggest stars will be honored at the 60th annual grammy awards. the grammys will be held at madison square garden in new york city the first time in 15 years the ceremony is not in los angeles. the music industry will join hollywood in taking a stand against sexual misconduct and in support of gender equality. billboard reports artists will wear white roses to support the
time's up movement. still ahead here on abc 7 mornings, san jose is gearing up for a film festival that's all about innovation. we'll show you a sneak preview of this yearyearyearyearyearyear ziefrnts here's. this is a look at the east bay camera. cloudy, foggy. if you liked yesterday, you will love today. warm, heading to the 60s. even 70s some places. especially as the week goes on. francesa long shortly with a full accuweather forecast.
just sitting on the dock of the bay watching the tide just rolling away. this is a look from our exploratorium camera at pier 15 as we show you a lovely view. is this a pigeon, jerry? a seagull. just enjoying the beautiful weather on tap. the rest of us can do that too. frances can tell us exactly what's ahead in her full accuweather forecast in just a few. for the first time in almost a decade, the golden gate district is adding a new commuter fare. the examiner reports on friday, the board of directors approved a memo to lease, then purchase a vessel. ridership from the north bay to san francisco has risen dramatically over the last decade. the golden gate district manager expects more to take the ferry in the future. the new boat could be leased as
soon as next month. happening today, you can eat, shop and play on treasure island. treasure fest is back for the weekend. from 10:00 this morning until 4:00 this afternoon, they've got hundreds of vendors who will set up shop there in the middle of the bay. there will also be live music, a lot of games, admission $3. not bad. kids gets in for free. treasure fest happens once a month. it will happen again february 24th and 25th. but frances, this is like the perfect day to be over there. >> yes. it's going to be sunny and mild out there. treasure island. lots of sunshine for everybody. i want to take you outside to show you this really cool shot in lake tahoe. check out the fog that's formed over the lake with high pressure building there. they're going to have warm days but cool nights in the 20s and 30s. for us, a big warmup. i'll tell you more about that coming up. thank you, frances. also ahead. a possible nba finals preview as
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neighborhood. it appears to be at an auto parts store. started about 15 minutes ago. we don't have a lot of details. but we will keep an eye on it and bring you up to speed if needed. right now let's check out sports. history was made in the australian open finals early this morning. we're talking about a second seed roger federer taking on 6th seed marin cilic in melbourne. that went to a fifth seat before he closed out cilic. it is his sixth career australian open title. federer now becomes the first man and the fourth player ever to win 20 majors, joining serena williams, steffi graf. congratulations. today the 49ers and the raiders will be well-represented when the nfc plays the afc in the pro bowl. here come all the names.
fullback, kyle us check and -- derek carr, center rodney hudson and left guard ka 11 i -- will represent the gold and black. watch it right here. kickoff at 11:50 this morning. tonight the g-league team, the cruz warriors host the spurs in oracle arena at 6:00 p.m. last night the warriors battled the celtics in what could be an nba finals preview. mike shumann has all the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. even though we're past the halfway mark in the nba season, there was a playoff like matchup at oracle last night. it turned into steph versus kyrie. the warriors wrapping up a three-game home trip. throwing down two of his 20 on the night. kyrie irving was on fire.
14 points in the first quarter. made his first seven shots dribbling all over the -- look at that move. celtics up 10 after one. second quarter, dubs getting momentum. klay thompson throwing bundown the one handed alley oop. to the hoop, two of his 18 in the quarter. one less than the entire celtics squad. kyrie finished with 37 shooting over sean livingston. 1:45 left. tied. stops and pops. then runs around two defenders. lays it in. 49 for curry. warriors win 109-105. >> great players made great plays. like you said, you can't get wrapped up in the battle. that's where you lose track of how you're supposed to win. there's an appreciation of that type of performance both bringing the best out of each other. >> that was fun. >> yeah, it was.
you see two premiere point guards going at it like that, you got to enjoy the show. >> this team played so well in the third quarter. you must give good halftime speech. >> that's what it is. the incredible motivational speeches and by the time i'm done, some of the guys are actually crying. they're so moved. wiping tears away. couple of them i think called their moms to tell them about me and just how inspirational i am as a human being. that's the key to the whole thing. >> i had to call my mom after the interview. college hoops, st. mary's going for a 16th straight victory. hosting the portland pilots. one more win ties them with the longest active streak in college basketball. calvin hermanson. he had 16. st. mary's 12 of 23 from beyond the arc. jordan ford led all scorers. 44-22 gales at the half. dries, lays it in. eliza thomas. st. mary's now 21-2.
10-0 in conference play. 16 straight wins. 72-55 the final. stanford taking on ucla. new bruin head football coach chip kelly at the game. led the cardinal. stanford took the lead, but not for long. underneath his legs to chris wiltz. omg. are you kidding me. ucla should win on that play alone. >> they do. 89-73 the final. the nhl all-star game is today in tampa bay with the three on three format. brent burns is the lone sharks representative for the pacific division. the big news out of the weekend was commissioner gary bettman announcing the 2019 all-star weekend will take place in san jose. the shark tank will host the games best one year from today. this is the second time the s.a.p. center hosted the game. last time was 1997 when a shark scored a hat trick and the third
goal on one of the greatest plays in all-star history when he famously pointed top shelf to beat dominick has i can. that's the way the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann. see you tonight at 5:00. all right. governing. i'm meteorologist frances dinglasan. you can see that the clouds are being pushed well offshore right now with live doppler 7 and the satellite image. we do have gusty conditions, especially in the higher elevations like in the north bay and east bay hills. 22 miles per hour at mt. tam. 25 in oakland hills and spring valley. winds are coming from the north and northeast. this offshore flow will affect your temperatures quite a bit. here's the live shot from the east bay. look at that. the camera is bouncing because of the wind. you can see how cloer it is over the bay right now. we're in the 40s and 50s. san francisco 51. oakland 53. san jose and gilroy still at 49 degrees.
this time we'll head over to mt. tam. more 40s and 50s for you. santa rosa, it has been foggy this morning. napa, 44. novato 50. fairfield 46 degrees. and low 50s right now in concord. and in livermore. you can see how quiet it looks across the bay. few ripples out there. here's what you can expect the forecast for today. see the gusty offshore winds for the north and east bay hills. it will subside this afternoon. it will be sunny and milder temperatures today. we're going to come up even more. this sticks around through the week. here's why. we have this area of high pressure that blocks the storms. . pushes them to the north. it makes a dry week for us and the air is circulating in a clockwise direction bringing some gusty winds through the southern california area. they're going to see santa ana winds. red flag warning and high wind warning in effect through tomorrow afternoon. for us, at the surface, we're not going to see too breezy an
afternoon today. but what you'll notice is the winds are coming again from the offshore. this land breeze is going to warm things up. air warms up faster over land much that's going to allow temperatures to come up into the upper 60s, even near 70 in some areas. like ukiah, santa cruz this afternoon. lots of 60s around the bay. in san francisco and oakland, 61. san jose, 66. fremont, 64 degrees. plenty of sunshine for everybody. overnight lows will be cool. we have mainly clear skies. could see patchy fog develop once again spilling into the delta and parts of the north bay. santa rosa will be one of the cooler spots. napa, 39 to 40 degrees. elsewhere, 40s overnight. 49 in san francisco. and there's a total lunar eclipse on wednesday morning. if you're up for it, it's at 5:29. that's the time the maximum eclipse happens. for us, get ready for warm weather. the week ahead in santa rosa. we'll be climbing up into the
70s by friday. 14 degrees above average for this time of year. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. lots of sunshine all week long. sunny and milder today. upper 60s in the warmest neighborhoods. partly cloudy tomorrow. but then temperatures warm up even more on tuesday. there's that lunar eclipse looking like clear conditions for that wednesday morning. and then we kick off february in the low 70s. upper 60s around the bay. it's a good time to wash your car. there won't be any rain any time soon. >> not expecting to have to find the summer duds, you know. >> yeah. it will be nice, especially in san francisco. it's perfect. mid-60s. >> go to delores park, but don't trash it, people. >> i was there yesterday. >> how was it? >> roller skating with the kids. it was fun. it was nice. the countdown is on to the cinequest film festival in san
jose. it's a celebration of movies and the newest technologies used to make them. jonathan bloom got a sneak peek at what's in store. >> they're preparing to paint the town with this logo. >> there's an i and that i represents vision. >> the vision of filmmakers and innovators of silicon valley. both on display at next month's cinequest film festival. >> more than any creative media relies on technology. initially 35 mill mitter film, then digital technology has revolutionized that. >> it's the same festival where cameras and online streaming were shown to a skeptical industry. >> maybe short people will watch through the internet. >> yesterday it became the vr and film festival. the first -- putting it in a group setting. >> you go into rooms and you have the opportunity to watch a
vr cinema work or other type of experience or game. then we provide ways for you to connect with people. lounges. >> cinequest has grown dramatically from this one theater more than 25 years ago to now over 100,000 people expected this year. but the one thing that hasn't changed is the spirit of innovation. >> they're so willing to engage with new thoughts and new ideas. >> kim i martinez is innovating artistically. >> i did not. >> oh, hi bill. >> her bill rules has no script. >> it was a risk. we didn't know what was going to happen. >> they have an award for it. >> doing something original, innovative, cool, makes an impact. >> much of the technology doms from here in silicon valley. the films come from all over the world. >> traveling the world in 14 days. that's pretty special. >> in san jose, jonathan
happening today, your first chance to shop at northern california's largest garage sale. hundreds of people line up for the white elephant sale in oakland every year. a warehouse near glass dock street is loaded with everything. you can get access to a preview sale from 10:00 to 4:00. all proceeds benefit the oakland museum women's board. let's get a final check of the accuweather forecast. >> going to be gorgeous today.
sunshine for everyone. warmer compared to yesterday. we will be even 10 degrees warmer than that by the end of the week. >> sounds good, frances. that is going do it for us. thank you for joining us on abc 7 mornings. i'm carolyn tyler along with frances dinglasan in this morning for lisa argen. our news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and instagram. abc 7 news continues at 5:00 p.m. have a great sunday ever sfx: tsfx: feet shufflingc life can change in an instant. be covered when it does... ...with a health plan through covered california. we offer free expert help choosing the best plan for you. and all of our plans include free preventive care. financial help is available,
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♪ the nfl stars are out in orlando after a week of pro bowl festivities. it's almost time to kick off the main event. here comes ben roethlisberger in his sixth pro bowl, and derrick carr, in for brady. the head coach anxious so get to work. russell wilson back to the pro bowl for a fifth time, and the qb thrilling the fans. the headlines are in the gathering of nfl greats. 88 of the best are here, ready to have fun and play the game they love as we welcome you to postseason nfl countdown presented by snickers here on espn and abc. lots to do before kickoff of the 2018 pro bowl.