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because of ranked choice voting. good morning on this wednesday, june 6. so much to talk about when it comes to the election. you'll see the results at the bottom of your screen all morning long. first, you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. here is meteorologist mike nicco. >> hi everybody. the winds are the big deal once again. 23 miles per hour at sfo to nearly 30 in fairfield. wn 8 froaiield into the o drive bay area in the 30-mile-per-hour wind. the gray is the cloud cover. haven't heard much in the way of drizzle, but still possible the next hour or two. as far as temperatures, waking up in the low to mid 50s at 7:00, mid to upper 50s at the coast no matter what time today. low to mid 60s from noon to 4:00. that's it for our bay and inland neighborhoods even with a mostly sunny afternoon. light jacket weather again at 7:00, mid 50s to low 60s. let's take a look at the traffic. here is alexis. i want to head back to san
jose. that's where we have a crash involving a motorcycle. good news in the last few minutes. we're hearing that rider just had minor injuries. but not so good, pretty significant backup starting to form. northbound 101 just past tully road. the three right lanes are blocked. backup over three miles. surface streets are looking good, monterey is probably your best bet rye right now. drive times looking good, westbound 580 richmond to the san rafael, six minutes. nine minutes westbound 84 across the dumbarton bridge. if you went to bed thinking london breed was the winner of the race for san francisco mayor, well, you're going to be in a shock this morning. >> take a quick look at these results as they stand right now. by percentage, breed and leno both at 50%. but just look at that razor-thin margin. leno ahead by less than 1,200 votes. he gained 10% overnight because of ranked choice voting, auz because of that thin margin,
mail-in ballots could change the outcome. abc's cornell barnard live at city hall. >> reporter: big suf prizes here this morning. the vote still being counted. it could be days or weeks before we know the winner. london breed, her lead appears to be fading as former state senator mark leno pulls ahead in first place by a razor-thin margin. redistribution of losing candidates' votes enabled leno candidato take the lead.d leno ranked choice voting allows voters to choose their top three. candidates with the least votes are eliminated in rounds. leno and jane kim encouraged each other to list the other as seond choice. leno has received more than 70% of kim's second place votes. >> but i did give my second vote to jane and i think she gave her second vote to me because we both agree that it is time for
fundamental change for a new direction at city hall to address the crises that we've already discussed, that we've got to shake things up a little bit. the status quo isn't working. >> reporter: this race far from over, but whoever wins will definitely make history. leno would be the city's first openly gay mayor your. london breed would be the city's first african-american female mayor. the first vote count update scheduled for 4:00 p.m. mail-in ballots will be accepted through friday. it could be a while before we know the winner. cornell barnard, abc 7 news. >> if you're still unclear how ranked choice voting works, head to abc7news.com. we have an easy explainer. former assemblyman ted lindbergh joining us to speak more about this. another drama we saw,
democrat gavin newsom and republican john cox will be your two candidates in november. here is how it breaks down. you'll see gavin newsom with 33% of the vote, john cox with 26% and 95% of the precincts reporting there. president trump endorsed cox including as recently as yesterday in a tweet. >> one ballot decision here in the bay area receiving a lot of national attention this morning. the recall of judge aaron persky in santa clara county. he sentenced stanford student brock turner to a six-month jail sentence for the sexual assault of an unconscious woman. the results this morning show the yes on recall at 60% with 76% of precincts reporting. abc 7 spoke with both sides including the law professor who launched the recall campaign. first we hear how the judge is handling the loss. >> he's handling it just fine. he's a good person and he understands what has happened. it sad dens me. it's not like he lost his job.
his job was taken away from him by people who feel there's no need to have an independent judiciary. he lost his job for doing a good job. >> this victory is not just for emily doe, but a victory for girls and women everywhere. to girls everywhere, we are with you. >> persky is the first california judge recalled from office since 1932. the 56-year-old will step off the bench as soon as his suck so ses sore is sworn in. also in san jose, sam liccardo expected to remain mayor, and this is a decisive vote, 74% to 15% against challenger steve brown. here is how other statewide races. >> javier becerra trying to hold on to his spot. 45% opposed to steven bailey with 25% of vote. becerra was appointed attorney general after kamala harris was elected to the senate. >> for secretary of state, alex
padilla trying to hold off seven other candidates. he's moving on and will face republican mark moyeser in november oopsz. the crowded race for lieutenant governor still pretty close. you can see eleni kounalakis ahead of her opponent. >> more results on abc7news.com where you can keep up to date as more votes are still being counted. we want to get you another check of our breaking news in san jose. a car narrowly missing a firefighter and slamming into the braack of a fire engine. abc 7 news reporter matt keller is on capitol expressway. last time we checked in with you, the road there was still closed off. any updates? >> reporter: good morning, jeic he in capilexpressway. you can see firefighters are cleaning up the oil that was now on the back of a tow truck. you can see just how much damage
was done to the front of that vehicle there. it's a nissan sentra. i'll have my photographer ian move the camera over to the fire engine. you can see the damage there. i'm told this engine is going to be able to drive off. get this. this truck weighs 44,000 pounds, the nissan sentra weighs 3,000 pound, but still able to move that engine two feet when it crashed into it this morning. all this started when firefighters were called about 2:30 for a vegetation fire off capitol expressway. the engineer for engine 24 was putting out more cones and lights in the road as three other firefighters were battling that fire. that's when that nissan sentra sped through the cone zone. the engineer had to jump out of the way and the car slammed into the back of the fire engine. no firefighters were hurt, but the driver had to be extricated from his car. get this, this is not the first time this has happened in the past month. >> this is our second accident involving a fire engine in the last month, a parked fire
engine. in both cases the fire apparatus had lights on. we ask the public to be aware of the fire apparatus on the side of the road with the lights on. >> the driver of the vehicle was taken to a trauma center. no word on his condition at this time. san jose police have westbound capitol expressway blocked off. they're looking the clear this up. hopefully they'll get the traffic reopened. there are schools in the area. live in san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. wind is the big story, up 10 to 20 miles per hour at 2:00. 15 to 25 if you're heading out this evening. they'll calm down a little overnight, but they return again tomorrow afternoon, keeping us cooler than average. a lot more election coverage ahead including the vote to ease congestion that could increase the cost of your commute. here is a look at some other election results. we'll be right back.
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it's about 12 minutes after 6:00. let's talk about temperatures, low to mid 50s whether on the bay side or the coast side until you get to daly city at 49. low to mid 50s just about everyone. 52 at san rafael. one of the warm spots up north, everybody else in the mid to upper 40s. the golden gate bridge looks quiet this morning. a great day for exercising, very comfortable. if you're on the ocean or on the bay, watch out for blustery and choppy conditions. small craft advisory at 11:00 this morning through 9:00 this morning, winds 30 to 35 miles per hour. san francisco, mid to upper 50s throughout the day and into the night, even with a little more sunshine than normally we get during a june gloom event.
we'll talk about 90s and 100 ns the accuweather seven-day forecast. >> san jose is certainly our biggest issue, 15 to 20-minute delay on northbound 101 due to a crash involving a motorcycle near tully road about four miles, maybe a little more than that right now. all our surface streets look okay. a quick check of the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights on at 5:22 this morning. we have our typical delays back into the maze. we'll look at drive add the activia 2 week probiotic challenge to your healthy routine and see how activia yogurt with its billions of live and active probiotics may help support your digestive health so you can take on your day. text for a coupon and start the activia probiotic challenge today. non-owsy children's claritin allergy relie
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more resulting for you now and update on regional measure 3. >> that's the measure that increases tolls by $3.00 on every bay area bridge except for the golden gate over the next six years. take a look where we stand. 54% of voters voting yes with 81% of precincts reporting. it looks like we get to pay $9.00. >> that's a few years away. we can save our pennies. let's look at some of the prop sigtss. all the statewide propositions passed except for prop 70. >> that would control spending of funds collected through the
state's climate change program. you can see 64% of voters voting no with 95% of precincts reporting. >> the rest of the state propositions passed including 69 which means trngs revenue, money money from the gas increase will only be spent on transportation projects. 80% of voters decided that was a good idea. republican dana mow mow moww there are seven districts where democrats are hoping to push out republicans this fall. let's bring former san mateo assemblyman ted lindberg back in. thank you for being here. >> my pleasure. >> democrats hoping to keep their house dreams alive. where are things standing? >> the nightmare was avoided. the nightmare because of this top two system, two republicans in the runoff.
in all the key races nationally, it will be a republican and democrat in november. >> this is interesting because also at the top of our statewide ticket, the governor's race, we have a republican and democrat. gavin newsom wanted that because it makes his chances so much better in the fall. however, that means republicans are also going to be coming to the polls, presumably in bigger numbers because of the governor's race. >> there was a lot of focus on how the trump endorsement of john cox, republicans were worried if there were two democrats at the top of the ticket. as it turns out, with all the focus on the top two and all the names on the primary ballot, we'll have democrat versus republican in most of these races. >> do you have any predictions for how this will shake out? >> i can tell you gavin newsom is going to be governor. i can't imagine a republican winning for governor in california. >> california is the bellwether state in whether or not the democrats can take over congress in the fall. do we have any better yietd
after last night of that possibility? >> i think it's hard to tell. the democrats got aadntage. there was real worry in washington a couple of these congressional seats would have been off limits for democrats if two republicans had made the general. in general it was a good night for democrats t democrats have a shot of picking up these key seats. we're going to loop in mike nicco and a look at our weather today. >> hi reggie, natasha, hi everybody. the sea breeze is getting stronger. the marine layer getting thicker. notice it's still broken a little bit. that's not going to matter. we're still having our coolest afternoons today and tomorrow. highs will push and pull between below average and above average friday, saturday and sunday before an extended heat wave hits next week. here is a look at the cloud cover hovering in the east bayshore. the peninsula more than anywhere else this morning and back to the coast as we head toward the
lunch hour. even there it will thin out a little bit like it has the last couple days. mostly sunny conditions because of the high clouds more than low clouds. here is a look at san francisco, mainly upper 50s to low 60s with 61 downtown. daly city 56, richmond 59, some of theal couper spots. along the east bayshore, 63 to 66. not much of a spread there. on the peninsula mid to upper 60s, but places like half moon bay, pacifica in the mid to upper 50s. down in the south bay, look at this, cupertino 66 degrees, san jose 68, a little chilled sunshine for you. save your money now, east bay valleys, you'll need it next week to run the air conditioning. upper 60s to mid 70s. from santa rosa northward upper 70s. tomorrow just about the same as today. there's that push up and pull down saturday, push up sunday. we just keep getting warmer
through next week. alexis. >> good morning, mike. i want to head back to san jose. we have had headaches on northbound 101 already. we've got a new one. this is our camera at 880. we flipped it around to point northward. we have a rollover crash reported around brokaw road. we're hearing from are chp that vehicle flipped over and that is blocking the two center lanes. this is obviously a really bad spot to have something like that blocking. we've already got trouble south of there. crews still crying to clear a crash involving a motorcycle on northbound 101 just north of tully road. close to a five-mile backup. another crash involving a bike. this one solo vehicle crash, southbound 680 before auto mall parkway. sounds like that rider caught some dirt on the right side and laid that bike down. i believe just minor injuries there and that slow lane is blocked. not seeing significant backups there. head back to the rollover
at 6:30. tasers and tobacco. jetblue announces knew rules for your pets. what you'll have to do before they're allowed on a flight. first here is ginger zee with a look at what's ahead on "good morning america." >> coming up, the world remembers fashion icon kate spade, the designer apparently taking her own life. we're learning new details this morning about her secret struggle. what her sister and brother-in-law are
you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. i wanted to show you the winds once again, the ferry building, the flags, a little unsettled this morning. they'll become more unsettled this afternoon. look at these temperatures. five to 11 degrees below average. that's even with a lot of sunshine this afternoon. i have 90s and 100s coming up in the accuweather seven-day forecast. let's get it back to reggie and natasha for more news. >> on to more election results now. >> in san francisco, prop h would have given police officers a wider range of circumstances to use tasers than what is currently allowed under a policy that was passed in march. you can see right here san francisco voters overwhelmingly rejected measure h, 60% to 40%. >> prop e would allow the city's ban of selling flavored tobacco products to take effect. 68% of voters rejected that.
100% of precincts reporting. jetblue joining other airlines to announce new restrictions on support animals. starting next month you'll have to have a veterinarian approving your animal's fitness vaccinations are up to date. jetblue will require 48 hours' notice and you'll have to accept liability if your animal hurts someone or damages property. next at 6:30, our election coverage continues. the major voting error gub turl cann gubernatorial candidate says impacted results. >> first more election results on your screen. (sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening)
(sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting) the next mayor of san francisco but it looks like she just changed the race. london breed was up big last night, but mark leno is now in front this morning. he can thank jane for that. >> judge aaron persky meanwhile out of a job. so what happens now?
>> might want to start looking for that loose change in your car because tolls appear to be going up. much more on the regional measure three. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. meteorologist mike nicco, what's the vote? >> let me give you my opinion on the weather, instead of on that bay bridge toll plaza hike. here is look at what's going on. the vote is for cooler weather, reggie. look at the cloud cover, all the grayness filling out on live doppler 7. so we're starting off with low to mid 50s at 7:00. notice, we don't warm up much by noon. mid 50s to mid 60s at the most. we'll wrap up the accuweather 12-hour planner, warming at 4:00, where is summer? won't feel it this evening either. mid 50s to about 61. i will find summer.
100s in the accuweather seven-day forecast. here is alexis. >> we've got a major problem in the south bay. two major problems. a sig alert for this rollover crash northbound 101 just past brokaw road. that landed on its roof, blocking the two middle lanes. we did zoom in with our camera to try to get a look at this. it was too far for our range there. emergency crews are on the scene. debris was scattered on the southbound side of the roadway. they just ran a traffic break to clear that. i'm expecting long-term lane blockage here and major delays. that is on top of the problem south of there, northbound 101 south of tully road, an earlier motorcycle crash with a five-mile backup there. now to your primary results. let's kick off with the race for california governor. there are 27 candidates on the ballot. now we know just two will move to the general election.
>> the top two vote getters move forward regardless of their party affiliation. gavin newsom held his watch party in stran. >> in that victory speech, newsom shared his vision with the crowd. >> we're the most prosperous state in mirka, but also the poorest. the california dream will never be realized until every californian is sharing it. it's about equity, it's about sustainability and it's about time. >> former los angeles marianne tonio villaraigosa finished third in the race. the democrat endorsed newsom in his concession speech. republican john cox wasted little time going after newsom after declaring a second-place victory. >> mr. knewsome made it clear he wanted to run against me instead of another democrat. as i told him in san jose at the debate, be careful, mr.
knewsome, be careful what you wish for. >> he also in his speech called newsom part of the status quo and criticized newsom for the sanctuary state policy and for the unpopular new gas tax increase. president trump tweeted a congratulations to cox just a few minutes ago. he says in part, great night for republicans, congrats to john cox on a really big number in california. he can win. >> nearly 119,000 voters in l.a. county got a big surprise when they went to their polling place, their names were not on the vote eros center yesterday. the county registrar's office says a random printing error caused that problem and voters were supposed to be handed a provisional ballot instead that is used when a name doesn't appear on the roster. the error could have a major impact on the timing of the results in the state. possibly delays the count for days. in san jose, sam liccardo expected to remain mayor.
comfortably leading challenging steve brown. taking a look at his numbers. 74% to 15%. last night liccardo thanked everyone for their unwavering support. also in the south bay, voters have spoken in the recall of judge aaron persky. this was decisive. 60% to 40%. let's turn to regional measure 3 which would raise tolls on every bay area bridge except the golden gate bridge by $3.00 over the next six years. over the ballot in nine bay area counties. you can take a look, the way voters answered this question, whether they wanted to remain stuck in traffic or pay the eventual $9.00 toll. 54% of voters responding yes. 81% of precincts reporting. if passed, the measure will increase tolls by $3.0 0. the toll increase will happen $1.00 at a time spanning several
years. it's estimated to raise $4.5 billion to fund traffic projects. a large pours of the funds would go to mass transit. voters we spoke with have mixed feelings. people don't want to pay more but traffic is just awful. >> certainly i would like to see b.a.r.t. gets its act together. if the cars would help, that would be a good thing. >> i don't understand how it keeps going up and up and up. traffic has not improved. it's gotten worse. >> more election results posted on our website, abc7news.com. it's where you can keep up to date as more votes are counted. >> let's get back to the breaking news in san jose, a car slamming into a fire engine this morning on capitol expressway. it just barely missed a firefighter. it was a pretty nasty scene. let's check in with abc 7 news reporter matt keller. looks like things have cleared up? >> reporter: yes, they towed away the vehicle and the fire
engine was able to drive off. the good news, capitol expressway, the westbound direction is now back open this morning. all this started when firefighters were called about 2:30 this morning for a vegetation fire just off capitol expressway. about an hour later the engineer for engine 24 was putting out more cones and lights in the road as three other firefighters were battling the fire. >> he was putting the cones out again. as you see, there are these little refleck tors that we have that help to identify the cone pattern more. as he was walking back to just the last cone, this car blew past him, causing him to jump out of of the way. >> reporter: the engineer was okay. no other frietsds were hurt. the driver of the car had to be extricated out and was taken to a trauma center. san jose police are in charge of this investigation and will look into what led up to this crash.
>> you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. let's talk about temperatures, los gatos 47, saratoga and alum rock 49. everybody else in the low to mid 50s in the south bay. both sides of the bayshore line out to half moon bay, east bay valley, cooler in the north bay, 40s up here, also. here is a look at traffic on the western side of the bay bridge. breezy bridges this afternoon. be careful there. same thing whether you're on a ferry north or south of the bay bridge. choppy in both places. mass transit, no hot spots whatsoever. temperatures in san francisco, 53 at 8:00. we'll try to push to 56 by 10:00 to 58, really getting warm by noon, hanging out in the upper 50s for the better part of the afternoon hours. peninsula only a little warmer from 55 this morning. look at this at noon, only 60 degrees, getting to 62. that's all we can muster during the afternoon hours.
into the north bay, a little warmer here. temperatures are going to be running from the 50s in the morning to 67 at noon to 71 during the afternoon hours. up around santa rosa, it could be a little warmer than that. fremont high school, senior tigers taking the walk today, getting the diploma at 4:00. it's going to be quite breezy, but a lot of sunshine in oakland and low 60s. congratulations to everybody involved there. i'll have more of those coming up. how about you for traffic? >> not so good. major headaches in the south bay. this is pretty much all you need to see. 101 at 880, our camera pointing northbound right now. we've got a rollover crash. a vehicle on its roof around brokaw. sounds like the person was driving erratically before flipping over, losing control and landing in the two middle lanes. this is just south of there. major delays starting to build. we are hearing the driver walked away from the scene. i don't believe any other vehicles were involved in the
crash. obviously this will be a long clean urp whenever we have a vehicle on its roof. there's a look at the delays forming behind that. this is the second major issue on northbound 101 in san jose. we still have the three right lanes blocked past tully road due to a crash involving a motorcycle there. that's been a long-term situation, well over a a a a a a next traffic update in about ten minutes. >> thank you, alexis. your voice, your vote continues in a minimum. >> jess joins us with a story you've been working on. >> hopefully will inspire kids to take up sailing as a sport. some of the world's best athletes are coming here in to san francisco. >> you ear going to steer this. remember, it's the opposite of driving a car. >> that sailing instructor there, a bronze medalist.
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up the road at30,pioneehiho mustangs, you'll drop from the mid 60s to the upper 50s by the time graduation is over. make sure to dress properly. still triple digits in palm springs, vegas. the sea breeze making it to sacramento, 80. 71 in tahoe today. here is a look at the next seven days. sharp but dry cold front takes the 70s out of the cold front and makes a blustery weekend in the 60s. the 80s coming back for one of the first times this year by tuesday. senator dianne feinstein has easily advanced to the november ballot. the u.s. senate race the most crowded on the ballot. 32 candidates in all. this morning we're still looking at who she is going the face. it looks like it will probably be kevin deleon. he and the third place candidate are separated by nearly 95,000 votes at this point. last night feinstein released a
video statement from washington shortly after the polls closed. >> thanks so much for your support and for your faith in me. i'm not going to let you down. now it's on to november. >> feinstein has been in office for quite a while, serving in the senate since 1992. if you went to bed thinking that london breed had the race for san francisco mayor in the bag, you're in for a shock. >> take a look at your screen. let's take a look at the results right now. technically london breed and mark leno are equal percentagewise, 50/50. mark len go gaining 10% overnight because of ranked-choice voting. with that, it could still change the outcome with mail-in ballots. he campaigned with a message to shake up city hall. he formed a controversial alliance with jane kim who was eliminated, insisting a progressive candidate is needed to bring change to city hall.
leno addressed the partnership last night. >> so to extrapolate upon that, that it was some sort of a strategy or gaming or anything, that's really more than it was. but i did give my second vote to jane and i think she gave her second vote to me because we both agree, that it is time for fundamental change for a new direction at city hall. >> whatever the outcome now, leno says this is his last political campaign. ranked-choice voting is obviously going to be a hot topic all a day because of how close this race is. >> former san mateo assemblyman ted lempert now at uc berkeley joining us to speak about it. great to speak be you. >> thank you very much. >> the chronicle early on accused leno and kim of gaming the system in an unprecedented way. is that fair criticism? >> i'm not sure there that's
fair criticism. candidates will adjust and create strategies to deal with first a second pce choice.th. what leno and kim did ended up helping leno a lot. >> this isn't brand new. we've had ranked-choice voting in san francisco for 15 years. what's new is this is such a tight race and such an open question about who going to end up being in the mayor's office. that's why i think there's so much reaction to it this morning. >> there's precedent for this. folks might remember in oakland there was a company to stop don par ratto from becoming mayor several years ago. >> anybody but don i think is the outcome. jean kwan using that effectively in 2010. i want to ask you more about irn
persky. what are the ramifications now that he's out of a job this mo the lot ofocus on should you tis, you don't want the judiciary being politicized. in this case, the voters used their power in california. they don't have this for federal judges. in california you are allowed to recall a judge. this is going to send a strong message certainly on the issue of sexual assault. obviously there's a new judge in place of persky. >> just to remind everyone, judge persky sentenced brock turner to just six months in jail and turner ended up only serving three months as a resulted. i think one of the interesting results is going into the election, there was a huge gender gap. we'll see if we can look at results afterward. there was something like a 29-point gender gap between men and women with women clearly wanting judge persky out. >> i think you can argue that maybe this is why we have the
recall in the first place. i think this was really an attention getting, setting an example with the larger issue of sexual assault. people speaking out saying we need to send a message beyond the one judge. >> the criticism and issue of this impacting the autonomy of judges going forward, is this a one-off instance? we haven't seen this happening since the '30s. >> my guess is this will be more of a one zsh off. otf attention and focusing on this critical issue of sexual assault. i would be surprised if you see judicial recalls coming up. >> although now we know if we want to -- >> we have the power. >> we appreciate your insights this morning. >> thank you. now let's talk about dub nation.
waiting to find out if andre iguodala will return for game three. >>the warriors upgraded him to questionable. he has missed the past six games with a bone bruise in his left knee. golden state will try to take a commanding 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven series with a win. no team has ever come back to win a title after trailing 3-0. the warriors will hold the official watch party at oracle arena. team spirit from abc 7. you're taking a look at our team. that would be mindi bach, dion limb. you also see randy there. jumping for joy after landing in cleveland ahead of tomorrow night's game between the warriors and the cavs. abc 7 the only place you can watch the nba finals presented by youtube tv. pregame at 5:00, abc coverage at 5:30 and tip-off at 6:00. stay with us for "toyota after the game." >> it's going to be amazing.
>> she got some height on that jump. >> kudos to that. they look great out there. >> i think i would have done the superhero, you know where they land on one knee with the fist on the ground. i wouldn't have gotten very far off the ground either. >> kudos to them. that was awesome. take a look at what's going on outside? did i just say i can't jump? how i miss my youth. >> delays at sfo, showers will cling to the peninsula for a couple more hours: the cool breezes will come nate our forecast again today and toni t tonight, bringing us mostly cloudy. once we get rid of the breezes, inland heat wave. hottest temperatures for the longest duration possible. until then we've got this parade f low pressure that's rolling de through. that's what's holding off the summer heat. let's see what it does to our temperatures today.
i checked the record cold, high temperature in san jose, 62 degrees. yesterday it was 65. today we're 68. definitely very cold down there. let's take a look in the north bay. low to mid 60s here. mid to upper 50s along the coast. low 60s in downtown an south san francisco. going to the game this afternoon, the sunshine will burn you quickly even though the temperature will be 59 to 61 from the first pitch at 12:45 to hopefully the victory at 3:45. look at the north bay, upper 60s to low 70s. you get from santa rosa northward, we jump into the mid to upper 70s. we'll take our last stop, look at the san ramon valley, low to mid 70s for the rest of us. temperaturewise just like every morning this week. still cool tomorrow and then we get that bump up friday. another wind blast cools us down saturday and the warming trend starts sunday and it gets really dangerously hot. es herbal sp i will inland by
tuesday. here is alexis. >> i want to head back to our traffic alert. unfortunately we have a sig alert, heavy traffic northbound on 101 due to a rollover crash around brokaw road. two centers laned blocked. good news south of there, however, a long-term blocking northbound 101 past tully road involving the bike has finally cleared. that was called in around 5:24 this morning. we've got very significant delays due to both of these crashes. i definitely recommend taking alternates here. ten miles an hour -- excuse me -- 18 miles an hour and 16 miles an hour on the back route. you can take state route 85 tos. a quick check of the bay bridge toll plaza, typical backups into the maze this morning. everyone has the delay unless, of course, you're using the car pool lanes. now your morning money report. >> already getting a glimpse at a few things voters could be asked to decide in the november
election. in san francisco there's a proposal to put a 2% tax on cannabis starting in 2020. the tax was just introduced yesterday and heads to the board of supervisors' budget and finance committee next month. it's estimated it could generate from $5 to $10 million. medical cannabis would not be taxed. instagram videos may get a lot longer. the "wall street journal" reports instagram is testing a new feature to allow to be u one hour long. the current time limit is one minute one hour? >> one minute or one hour? >> coming up next, the 7 things you need to know before you go. >> first, more election results on your screen.
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6:58. if you're heading out the door, here are the 7 things you need to know before you go. number one, breaking news we're tracking. a car slammed into a fire engine in san jose this morning and barely missed a firefighter. the driver of the car was taken to the hospital. number two, mark leno now leads the san francisco mayor's race. london breed held the lead until overnight when leno leapt in front by a little over 1,100 votes. this is due to ranked-choice voting. lieutenant governor gavin newsom will face off with republican john cox in november in the race for governor. they were the top two finishes in the primary. judge aaron persky out of a job after voters in santa clara county voted to recall him. persky drew heavy criticism for sentencing a stanford swimmer to
six months in jail for sexual assault. number five, one of our coolest afternoons will be this afternoon. 50s around the coast. mainly 60s for the rest of us. number six, a tough morning on the roads in san jose. this is a live look at 101, the northbound sound really jammed past 880. this is all due to a rollover crash around brokaw road. two middle lanes are blocked. this is the second crash on northbound 101. we're looking at about 50-minute delays. i would definitely take 85 to 87 as an alternate. number seven, the nba f f between the warriors and the cavaliers tonight. >> no one has ever come back from a 3-0 lead. let's see if we can make that happen. >> that is going on. we still don't know who the mayor is in san francisco. that's a big story we'll follow throughout the day. we'll have updates in just 25
minutes. we'll see you then. >> "good morning america" starts right now. thanks for spending your morning with us. good morning, america. breaking overnight, kate spade's secret struggle. the fashion designer behind one of the most famous american brands taking her life in an apparent suicide. the new report this morning, her sister and brother-in-law, david spade, speaking out as kate's death sends shock waves through the fashion world stunning millions of fans. breaking news. results from the biggest primaries of the year still coming in. what they could mean for president trump as he faces that fallout with the nfl hosting a patriotic party at the white house after disinviting the eagles, and who is this man onm.e center of this beach brawl. t m.geme. u're choking me.