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up and get going. this is abc 7 mornings. it's saturday, july 21st. good morning and thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's get a look at the forecast. let's check in with frances dinglasan. >> we have the satellite image, a typical summer day. it's starting off with fog and low clouds. as you can see the marine layer spills in from the coast into parts of the bay of san francisco. here's the 12-hour planner. we have in the coast and bay. temperatures will be in the 60s and mostly sunny by noon and we'll have a mild to warm afternoon today. temperatures will range from 60s
at the coast with the onshore breeze to low 90s inland. around the bay in the low 80s. sun sets at 8:28 and i'll have all of the details coming up. thanks. >> developing news out of missouri. survivors of the deadly duck boat tragedy are talking about the terror about being thrown into the water during the violent storm. 31 people were onboard when it happened, 17 died. they range in age from 1 to 70 and this morning we're learning nine of those victims were family members. . abc news reporter emily rao has the latest. >> riding the ducks is somewhat of a favorite past time for tourist, but thursday night the boat tour turned tragic. at a vigil on friday evening the tranceon community gathered at a church to honor the 31 people onboard. two people are critically injured. 17 are dead including nine victims from the same family. >> my head pushed up to the top
of the water and i lost control. i didn't have anybody with me. i couldn't see anybody, and i know it wasn't, but it felt like i struggled for -- it felt like i struggled for at least an hour, but it was probably like ten minutes and i remember i kept sinking and the thunderstorm watch issued just 30 minutes before. the ntsb and coast guard are leading the investigation and plan to pull the sunken boat out of the lake early next week. investigators do know the issue of life jackets will be a primary focus of the investigation. >> the status of the personal flotation devices onboard, whether they were worn will definitely be a focus of the investigation. >> the president of the company that owns the duck boat says the operator had a good safety record. he also said that storm came out of nowhere. emily rau, abc news, branson, missouri. happening today, a plaque
will be dedicated in memory of the students from uc berkeley when a balcony collapsed. five of those killed were irish exchange students. the ceremony is ierseiof luing jr. way. the east bay rorts the irish ambassador to the united states is expected to attend. this morning the search for the person who murdered a mother of four, she was found in her richmond apartment. coworkers went looking for 38-year-old kishana harley after she didn't show up to work. abc 7 news reporter katie has more. >> whatever the reason was, she didn't deserve to die. he used to work with harley at the social security office in richmond. coworkers say she left for lunch with a man earlier this week and failed to return.
eventually they went to her apartment in richmond. >> when they got there the door was ajar, like you may have already heard and there was blood on the outside and blood everywhere. >> reporter: richmond police are investigating and releasing few details of the crime and they confirm that at 9:45 thursday they did a welfare check and found the victim deceased with traumatic injuries. the police officer said that they needed to evacuate because there was a gas leak. so i rushed back and when i got here i found out that apparently she was actually killed in her house, but someone left the gas open. >> harley described herself on linkedin as someone who has overcome homelessness and domestic violence. she wanted to advocate for change. neighbors wonder who would kill a mother of four. >> if it was somebody that was just walking around, you know, and saw her coming into her home and just attacked her. >> reporter: if you have any information contact the richmond police.
in richmond, katie utehs, abc 7 news. a suspected bank robber who targeted five bay area banks may be dead. the faux badge bandit was wanted in connection with three robberies in the east bay and three in cupertino along with robberies in southern california and the sacramento valley. yesterday the fbi said a robber matching his description, locked himself inside a nail salon bathroom. when they finally got in he was dead of a single gunshot wound. 5:05 is the time. a surprising find in local wine. a new study says there are radioactive particles from the fukushima nuclear disaster in some of those bottles. according to the chronicle, french researchers detected trace amounts of a radioactive isotope in 18 bottles of red wine from napa. the wineries were not named, and it came if the fukushima daiichi
nuclear power plant from the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. the golf course is open for business and it comes three weeks after the clubhouse that was originally built in 1951. crews removed it and now there is a temporary one in its place. it's still not clear what started the fire. happening today, residents in contra costa county can learn basic safety training skills. you can meet first responders and attend demonstrations and learn how to prepare for the next emergency and disaster. there will be a motorcycle competition demonstrating their skills. it starts at 9:00 this morning in moraga. time is 5:06. it's the second day of the rugby world cup sevens in san francisco. it's an international event. 40 teams are rpetirs include both menny and and women's squads and matches are played at at&t park. >> this is my first time at a
sevens and really looking forward and hoping they will do well. you and learn the rules of the game in less than 30 seconds by watching this video. we posted it on our website, abc 7 news.com. >> nearly a half billion dollars are on the line in the next mega millions drawing and nobody matched all of the numbers in last night's $433 million jackpot so it rolls over again. the estimated jackpot for tuesday's drawing is $493 million. that's $296 million if you take the cash option. even though there were no jackpot winners last night, here are the numbers, 1, 14, 30, 44, 62 and the mega number 1. time now is 5:06. meteorologist frances is here. i would be like oprah, you get a car, you get a car, you get r
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you can see we're off to a foggy start at least in this part of te bay area. frances returns with the full accuweather forecast for us in just a few minutes. it's the end of an era for a san francisco business. after nearly 70 years, a famous mexican bakery in the mission is set to close next month. abc 7 news reporter kate larson explains. >> reporter: la victorias had been a fixture in mison f64 years. >> we have puercos, gingerbread pigs. >> they are famous for their pan dulce. he founded his own sourdough baking business out their kitchen and last week he was told to leave so the building can be sold. >> there's still uncertainty and trying to figure out all of the different possible plans of what might happen. >> it's not just la victoria that relies on this building. there are half a dozen businesses that lease space in this kitchen that cook and bake their food. not to mention 30 employees who are wondering if they'll have a
job next month. >> we don't have a kitchen to work out of anymore. >> he's run several food businesses out of the la victoria's kitchen. we manages the catering for sneaky's barbecue. he's not sure if they'll survive without the la victoria leases. >> there's a property and a cash grab and screw the people inside the building. >> his stepmother and stepsister now control the building through a trust. maldonado says there was a family disagreement and now the trust is selling the building. >> i understand where everyone's coming from. it's hard to move on when you've been doing something for so long. >> the businesses have been told to vacate the space by next month. in san francisco, kate larson, abc 7 news. a restaurant near the uc berkeley cam is not serving alcohol anymore and it has lost its license for good following undera drinking. cafe durant repeatedly served coffee to customers under 21.
c cafe durant's license has been suspended twice. the mt drshgs c is out with campaign asking for your ideas. melanie woodrow has the story. >> reporter: bay area natives know getting around the bay can be challenging and sometimes seem impossible. >> you have 580 which is a disaster. you have 101 which is horrible. you have 680 corridor going through san ramon, that completely sucks. >> reporter: the projects that have been approved include a bart extension to downtown san jose and the electrification of cal trans. residents have a chance to suggest their next great solution. the metropolitan transportation commission and the association of bay area governments wants your idea. they're looking for a way to improve mobility across the bay area and campaign organizers will consider ideas from individuals, companies, public agencies and non-governmental organization. >> be big, be bold, be
brilliant. >> reporter: john goodwin says no idea is too expensive. >> let's worry about getting our arms around the project and then we can go chase the money. >> people we spoke with shared their ideas. >> public transit. >> more commuting with carpooling. >> they dropped those prices a little bit. >> it might be better, too. >> the deadline for applications is september 6th. the winner will receive a $500 gift card and be announced in 2019. >> you can submit your proposal online and there's a link on our website, abc 7 news.com. in san francisco, melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. you can soon be facing more metering lights. cal trans is getting ready to turn more of those on to regulate bay area traffic. the meters at the andrade road onramp in fremont will be activated by august. southbound traffic is metered during the morning commute. drivers will have time to get
used to it. cal trans plans to begin it on tuesday. time now is 5:14. abc 7 news was at chrissy field avenue in san francisco as the road closed down permanently to vehicles. crews are converting the street into a trail for pedestrians and bicyclists. this will link crissy field to the bridge while changes are being made. residents and tourists are reopening a portion of the scenic highway. [ cheers and applause ] yesterday's ribbon cutting ceremony comes more than a year after a mudslide overtook highway 1 at big sur. last may about 6 million cubeec yards of debris came on to the roadway in mud creek. it created new shoreline and 15 acres of new land. workers who did the repairs are happy the project is finally finished. >> it's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be a part of something really big and like i
said, like the golden gate bridge or something of that sort, you know? something you can say i worked on that project. >> the repair project worked $54 million. the portion at mud creek opened two month ahead of schedule. now to the search for the owner of this wedding ring. it was recently found on a beach, but the story nearly started 70 years ago. abc 7 news anchor dion lynn has the latest. >> we first met richard garcetti. four months ago he stumbled upon a hidden treasure. >> as soon as i picked it up i said it looks like a wedding ring. >> one with an inscription that red from now to eternity, 1949, it bore the name lilly. >> how it got to this beach is a mystery. >> a friend by chance tweeted about the ring months later hoping someone could tak f. >>o many people from around the country shared the story from social media, many with
offers to help. historian, genealogists and wanna be detectives and it all led us to this woman, lilly and her granddaughter. >> if it is theirs, it would be amazing. >> her father was the son of lilly and ernest canapa, they were married 62 years until ernest's death in 2011. >> you know, this romantic story. >> according to family friends, they were fishermen and originally emigrated from italy to the bay area to fish for sardines. >> with both of her grandparents deceased and two out of three of their children gone, as well, the mystery continues. hopefully not for eternity. >> it's for my grandma. it would mean a lot to her. i know it would. >> dion spoke to david kinepa yesterday afternoon. he's skeptical the ring is his father's since he never wore a
ring, but he's open to the possibility of it being his and he's looking through his archives to see if he can find more clues. good morning, bay area. we're starting off with live doppler 7 and the satellite image to show you the fog and low clouds that have filled in from the coast. you might need your wipers in san francisco with drizzle and mist possible. right now, visibility is a bit limited because of the low clouds and half moon bay, and pet petaluma, and we do have those low clouds over the bay right now. here's a live shot from the roof camera. we have the sea breeze, and temperatures are mainly in the 50s and 60s. oakland, 60 and mountain view, 61. san jose, 65 and gill roy and half moon bay in the 60s. we'll head to walnut creek for sunrise, and 604 and getting a glimpse of that right now.
in santa rosa, it's 59. novato, 59 and already in the low 60s through fairfield, concord and livermore and that's where we'll see the warm-up with the clear skies right now over those areas and here's how it plays out. typical summertime pattern and we have the fog and low clouds spilling into san francisco and parts of the east bay. by noon, the fog pulls back and we'll see passing high clouds and mostly clear conditions except at the coast and then you know the story, it starts to come back in again tonight and overnight. highs today will range from 60s at the coast where we have the sea breeze and that will keep things cool and 63 degrees there. oakland, 74. san jose, 84 and low 90s in some of the warmest spots like antioch, livermore, fairfield, comfortable in napa and mid to low 80s there. if you're headed to the rugby world cup sevens you'll need a light layer and temperatures
will mainly be in the 60s and topping out in the afternoon, and mostly sunny and still breezy as through the afternoon. i'll have a light layer if you'll stay across 10:00 tonight. it's a t-shirt and shorts weather mild and sunny both days upper 70s and overnight lows will be mild, as well in the low 60s. if you are headed to tahoe, be aware there is a chance of thunderstorms today and tomorrow into the weekend and even part of early next week. highs will be in the low 80s and the lows will be in the 50s. if the thunderstorm does happen you could see heavy downpours and even the possibility of some small hail this summer. >> here's a look at the accuweather seven-day forecast. we have a typical summertime pattern. beautiful weather, sunny inland and warm in the low 90s and even upper 70s tomorrow and at the
coast we'll have the sea breeze to keep things cool and low 60s there. you may notice we are kind of on cruise control all week. very steady pattern. we will have a mild warm-up midweek. >> i know this is typical for the bay area in terms of our weather and it's really concerning not to see any precipitation. it's been so long. >> yes, and we were under average for this season. so we'll be keeping an eye on that, as well. >> frances, thank you. just ahead. maybe you can
shy about sharing that information. researchers looked at census data and found both husbands and wives in these relationships will say the husband's paychecks are higher than they are. the couples also tend to downplay the wife's earnings. couples do this to fit into perceived social norms. time now is 5:24. the royals may be planning a trip to the bay area. meghan markle and prince harry are said to be making plans to travel to california with a stop here next year. leann melendez has the details. >> reporter: it was "us weekly" e date oth royal visit, cominga, some time early in 2019. >> we know they want to meet with ceos and especially female entrepreneurs in silicon valley to raise awareness to the foundation and see if they can start working more closely with them. >> it is not clear who will orchestrate the vision, and we
know meghan markle is good friends with serena williamsban reddit. >> i would be surprised if they wouldn't get together when they're out here and maybe she will be a conduit for that. >> the royal couple wants to sit down with female tech entrepreneurs to encourage their involvement in the industry. at this point, one can only speculate who that may be. >> she calls herself a feminist. she's done ted talks and she's a philanthropist. i think in that spirit, a lot of people will want to meet with them especially young women. >> karina cabrera mel crow eighted the reach mama network which provides working moms of color with the support they need to take on leadership positions industry. according to forbes magazine, women occupy roughly 11% of executive positions in the silicon valley. >> we need help more than ever and the reality is that technology is one of the most
important sectors right now, and we need to have more women at the table. charlotte schultz is the chief of protocol of san francisco and the state of california. >> i know when her majesty was here, her royal majesty, she wanted to be, like, in america and people to respond in that regard. so no curtsy. >> i think if people want to, they're certainly welcome to. >> and the queen visited california back in 1983, the last royal couple to stop in san francisco was in 2005. that was camila and prince charles. in san francisco, learounn melendez, abc 7 news. happening today, experience the magic of "star wars" like never before. watch all three original movies come to life with the san francisco symphony performing live. the next two movies will be the next two weekends. tickets are still available. disney is the parent company of
"star wars" and abc 7. still to come on abc 7 mornings. the product that some local lawmakers are calling a ban today. also, water warning. what experts say you want to avoid if you plan to hit the lake or river this weekend. plus -- ♪ i once was lost >> a vigil honoring the victims in the missouri duck boat accident. what we are learning about the 17 people killed in that withnew cheese cupsow's you can snack wherever,
good morning east bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> thanks so much for weaking up with us. i'm chris nguyen. we're starting this half hour with a quick look at the weather. here's frances dinglasan. she's tracking conditions where you live. >> hi, chris. we have a beautiful day ahead with a wide range of temperatures typical for this time of year. here's live doppler 7. the marine layer has spread in into parts of the east bay.
here's how the day plays out. your 12-hour planner which you can always download in the accuweather app. inland areas will be in the 60s and around the bay as well during the 7:00 hour with the fog lingering and by noon it will be mostly sunny and the clouds pull back for the coast and look for a mild to warm afternoon. inland areas in the low 90s and around the bay, low 80s and at the coast the sea breeze will keep things cool all day in the low 60s. sun sets at 8:28. we have a few changes in the accuweather seven-day forecast. >> frances, thanks. >> developing news out of missouri. survivors of the deadly duck boat tragedy are talking about the terror of being thrown into the water during a violent storm. 71 people were onboard when it happened, 17 died. they ranged in age from 9 to 70. nine of those victims were family members. passengers rushed in to try to help the victim. >> and i was yelling and screaming and finally i said,
lord, just let me die. let me die. i can't keep drowning. into why the boat was even on the water with the severe thunderstorm watch issued just 30 minutes before the boat capsized and sank. the president of the company that owns the duck boat says the operator has a good safety record. more people have been forced out of their homes because of the ferguson fire near yosemite. the evacuations include the towns of foresta and old el portal. the yosemite view lodge is a popular hotel there. highway 140 remains closed, but the park is open if you're heading to yosemite this weekend you'll need to find a different route. the fire spread to the national forest. this is time lapse video just hours before it crossed. this morning the fire has burned 24,000 acres and is just 7% contained. a mountain bike rider is in the hospital this morning after
tumbling down a 50-foot cliff. it happened at china camp state park in san rafael 3:30 yesterday afternoon. the man was conscious and alert while being transferred to marine general. this is the second incident involving a mountain bike in three weeks. highway pat rot officers arol o trying to figure out how a car landed on a san mateo beach. it went through a guardrail. the owner called the chp about his missing car. officers don't know if it was stolen. the chronicle reports the owner was not hurt so someone else may have been driving it. confusion over a website. a bay area man created. it's called rent a hitman.com, but it isn't meant to have anything to do with killing someone. abc 7 news reporter laura anthony has the story from the north bay. >> it is for information technology purposes. >> it's a website that started as one thing. >> rent a hitman.com.
rent meaning hire us, hit as in web hit, men, a group of us. >> and turned into quite another. >> these are e-mail solicitations. >> he originally set up rent a hitman to be an i.t. solutions portal, but over the years some of the inquiries have been frightening and even criminal. >> there were a few that actually were soliciting to have others harmed. >> in one e-mail under services requested a man from los angeles writes, kill two people i hate and take the car keys and deliver the car to me. some even offered suggested methods, guns, bomb, anything or way to remove them. if the solicitor seems serious ines will start a dialogue and ask if they'd like a field operative to contact them. >> and the rest is history and that's when i pass it on to my network of over 17,985 field
operatives in the u.s. >> who are? >> law enforcement. >> ines claimed he's worked with investigators to save more than 100 lives in the u.s. and as far away as canada and indonesia. though the website is not the i.t. moneymaker he hoped it would be, he says rent a hitman.com has provided him with plenty in return. >> if i didn't get the e-mail someone else might have and the results could have been completely different. lives could have been lost. >> in nevada, laura anthony, abc 7 news. a bombshell in the russia investigation. one lawmaker is calling it a potential gold mine. abc news sources say attorney michael cohen recorded a conversation with president trump overpayment to a m tremistres who is a former play boy model. the fbi seized the audiotape during a raid on michael cohen's office and home.
>> could be a gold mine if they are talking about actions that could constitute a crime or some violation of election law or also, if it is found that there are other tapes. >> the president has denied the affair. >> legal experts say investigators will have to prove the hush money was to influence the elections and not just a personal benefit to make it a federal election crime. >> time now is 5:35. young people will march in san francisco to bring attention to a number of issues today. they're demanding climate change legislation and an end to border cruelty and greenhouse gas emissions. it starts at noon at the i.c.e. headquarters and they will march to aquatic park. >> also today, an environmental group will gather in berkeley to push for a statewide ban of styrofoam. through its summer campaign environmental california has gathered 10,000 petition signatures calling on governor
brown to pass the ban. san francisco did the same 30 years later. today's news conference starts at 9:30 this morning at the berkeley marina. it's radio day by the bay. the california historical radio society is hosting its annual fund-raiser to promote the radio history. the event features a silent auction for the bay area radio hall of fame. it starts at the veterans memorial building and a $5 donation is asked for at the door. dan ashley will be there as a special guest auctioneer. still ahead, more cars on the streets on the weekend. the program that's now permanent in one neighborhood. plus, an answer to a passport problem where you can walk in today if you need to apply for one. >> also. the man receives someone else's money and there's no way to send it back. i'm michael finney. ahead on 7 on your side, i'lly sho you the chaos it brought to
embarcadero this morning getting ready to start their saturday. we'll get a full check of the accuweather forecast. first, if you need to get a passport you can walk into the post office today. the post office will accept walk-ins for passport applications. you can go from 7:00 to 1:00. the goal is for people who haven't been able to schedule an appointment. it is suggested you fill out an application ahead of time. get ready to see more cars in dolores park in the weekends. earlier this week the sfmt aboard voted to make that pilot program permanent. it allows cars to park in the median on friday evenings, saturdays from 8:00 to noon and sundays from 8:00 to 6:00. church leaders say rising rents have pushed many of the members out of the city and they need a place to park to attend services. this cat is now back on the ground after spending three days on a utility pole in san bruno. the cat climbed to the top of the pole on trenton drive last
wednesday or last weekend. on wednesday, a pg&e crew brought out a portable ladder to reach the scared cat. it was hungry and dehydrated, but otherwise okay. the humane societiy is trying to track down his family. a happy ending to what was a vey scary time for that cat. >> yeah, definitely. >> one thing that's not scary is our weather. pretty nice this weekend and it will be a good day to head outside and get a morning run in. >> yeah. there's something for everybody. if you like it cool, head to the coast where we'll see 60s and low clouds and we have low 90s inland and here is a live shot as we look toward the bay bridge and we see some of the gray skies which will make way for sunny conditions this sunday afternoon. i'll have a complete look at the forecast. >> a big crowd is expected again in oakland tonight. we'll have the highlights from the bay b
welcome back, everybody. time right now is 5:43. a good saturday morning to you and we are waking up to the pier 39 camera in san francisco. you can see it's a little foggy this morning over russian hill. off to the right side of the screen, the sea lions are starting to wake up. we'll get a full check of the accuweather forecast in a few minutes. a warning if you're planning to cool off in a lake or river this weekend. water quality officials say to avoid contact in humboldt county, mendocino and half moon bay. testing last month in discovery bay show that some of the algae is already toxic. it can cause rashes, vomiting and fever. >> children and pets should avoid water with the algae.
in sports, the as will hold a reunion for the world series championship team prior to tonight's game. oakland intruperrupted by the l prieta argue quake. first pitch is at 6:05 p.m. they resumed following the all-star break. larry beil has the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> good morning, everybody. the giants and the as began the second half of the season resuming the bay bridge series and brandon bell out on paternity leave and his wife haley gave birth to a baby boy. congratulations. he made an immediate impact, but first, the big head race. who was that chasing him down? eric burns doing his impersonation of the freeze and the dive! former as outfielder loses his phone in the process and burns was crazy. 1-1 in the fifth, nice way to make an entrance off the
and up 2-1, and pablo sandoval high and deep and good-bye off of edwin jackson and his ninth of the year and giants 5-1 game in the as and trying for late-inning magic and two on and two out for chris davis, andrew mccompanien. giants win 5-1 in front of 45 those. tonight's game is sold out, and mount davis is sold out. they're reportedly in talks to acquire the mets' closer who has 17 saves this season. he spent his entire seven-year career with the mets and the all-star team at 51 saves and best guess if they can get them the aeshe sup man. man. the round of 16, us averse us wales. let me introduce you to perry baker, drafted by the philadelphia eagles and the knee injury could end his nfl hopes.
aloha! he's a top player on the u.s. national team. speed to burn, usa up 14-0 after the try, and former cal star danny barrett walks in untouched. the u.s. crushes wales 35-0. they'll face england in the quarterfinals. >> we know patriots tight end rob gronkowski is wild. this takes it to a whole other level. gronk went swimming with the sharks in the bahamas. part of a discovery channel special for shark week which is coming up and it's not just one little itty-bitty shark. it's a bunch of giant sharks and one of them clipped gronk with his fin.% imagine how scary it would be down there? you'd have to be petrified and after emerging from the water, we're alive! we're alive! that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> now an accuweather update
from abc 7 morning. i'm frances dinglasan. a typical summer day with live doppler 7 you can see how it will play out. we have the marine layer into parts of the north bay, into parts of san francisco into parts of the east bay and that will pull back this afternoon. there is some limited visibility right now especially in half moon bay down to three miles. santa rosa is seven miles and here is a live view as we see the low clouds in san francisco across the bay bridge and temperatures are pretty mild, and san jose, 65, half moon bay. we are looking out toward mount diablo and highway 24 there and some of those low clouds, but it is clear inland and temperatures are there are already mild through liver more, concord and
novato currently at 59 degrees. gray skies over the san jose airport, but no flight delays yet so here's how it plays out and we have foggy, misty areas especially along the coast this morning and then we have typical summer weather this weekend and that means a wide range of temperatures from 60s at the coast to low 90s inland and our weather pattern doesn't change too much over the course of next week. so with the forecast animation we'll see at 7:00 this morning, we see those low clouds and notice by lunchtime it all pulls back and we'll see the passing high clouds from the south, but that monsoonal moisture has headed east and that is bringing a chance of thunderstorms to parts of the sierra, and i'll tell you about that in a bit pf highs will range from 60s at the host and 63 at half moon bay with the sea breeze and san francisco, 69 degrees and oakland, low 90s in antioch and livermore and look for
comfortable 80s in santa rosa, napa at 82 degrees. the thunderstorm threat has moved east and this area's highlighted in green like south lake tahoe is where we could possibly see some lightning today with heavy downpours at times. so be aware if you're heading through the area. a chance of thunderstorms continues through this weekend. highs will be in the low 80s and you'll get a mix of sun, clouds and possible lightning strikes and lows in the low 50s. also, just a head's up and there's still an air quality alert and smoky and unhealthful air due to the through coalinga and mariposa. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. fog in the morning, sunshine in the afternoon and at the coast, low 60s around the bay in the 80s and low 90s inland.
notice, we have little change. we are on cruise control, a very steady pattern, near average and there is a slight warm-up midweek and that's about it. we've got a very typical summertime day. i hope you like it. it will be gorgeous out there this weekend for all of the activities in the bay area. >> one more week to train for the san francisco marathon. get that training in. frances thanks. a surprising issue with a new electronec payment system. a bay area man says he received somebody's money on zell by mistake, but as michael finney explains it's apparently not so easy to send it back. >> rick sheldon received a puzzling e-mail from his back one day. you have $100 from zelle and happy birthday was the message and it was not my birthday. >> he thought it was a mistake until he got another e-mail saying that the $100 was supposed to go to his daughter
and he typed the wrong e-mail on zelle. could rick send his money back. >> the money disappears. >> rick tried to reject the deposit, but zelle had no button for that so he contacted his bank, wells fargo. >> they didn't know what to do. they'd never heard of this issue. >> wells fargo suggested rick send $100 to the stranger. that didn't seem safe. couldn't wells fargo reverse the transaction? >> it would take five to seven business days. >> i was told that my accounts were locked. >> and my alarm bills were ringing that someone had hacked my account. then the real kill prit. are you aware of the $100 zelle transaction. wells fargo treated it as a case of fraud who froze all ridiculous's accounts and he couldn't access any of his money. >> it was an unbelievable experience. >> as for the $100, it came out of rick's account and then it disappeared which brings us to
the person who sent the money in the first place. >> my three kids are saying, dad, you have to get up into the modern era. you don't send checks anymore. >> meet ian, in rockford, illinois. he was just trying to send his daughter $100. >> rick's e-mail address and hers are very, very similar. >> we introduced larry and rick via facetime. ? hi, rick. >> hi. i want to be the first to tell you i'm really sorry that i'm putting you all through this. >> larry said he never did get that $100 and it went back to the big bank in the cloud. 7 on your side contacted wells fargo. it did not explain what happened, but says there is a process for reversing those mistakes. however, in this situation the payment reimbursement was delayed. after that the $100 showed up in larry's account. i really want to thank you for this. if larry's ever in rockford. he'll buy me a beer. >> he's sending checks to his
kids for theirirthdays and no more electronic transfers for him. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. >> what a hassle. don't be surprised if you see this on the streets of san francisco where this i've been making blades here at gillette for 20 years. there's a lot of innovation that goes into making america's #1 shave. precision machinery and high-quality materials from around the world. nobody else even comes close. now starting at $7.99. gillette. the best a man can get.
happening today. it's the second part of this year's world naked bike ride in san francisco. you can bare as much as you dare for the ride around popular spots like fisherman's whatever, the marina and golden gate park. organizers say the event protests oil, and the need for renewable energy and technological advances to better our planet. the bike ride is free and it starts at the ferry building at 11:00 this morning. next on abc 7 mornings at 6:00. your chance to win even more money. the huge prize on the line in the mega millions drawing. also ahead, a special dedication, the ceremony honoring six students who died when a balcony collapsed at uc
good morning, south bay. let's get up and get going. this is abc 7 mornings. >> it's saturday, july 21st, good morning and thanks us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the forecast. here's frances dinglasan tracking the weather for us. >> hi, chris. good morning, everyone. the weather will be just wyou n time of year. here's live doppler 7 and we have the marine layer with the low clouds pushing in along the
coast across san francisco into parts of the east bay and here's your 12-hour day planner which you can always check out by downloading the accuweather app. during the 7:00 hour we have fog near the coast and bay. temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s. mostly sunny by this afternoon as the coastal clouds pull back and then look for mild to warm conditions by 4:00, inland areas will hit the low 90s around the bay and low 80s and at the coast, low 60s with the cool sea breeze all day long. sun sets at 8:28. it will be a pleasant evening inland and around the bay, but still cool at the coast. i'll let you know what you can expect and if there are any changes in the accuweather seven-day forecast. >> frances, thanks. developing news out of missouri. survivors are