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good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." >> it's sunday, march 3rd. good morning and thank you for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the accuweather forecast. here's meteorologist lisa argen, tracking live doppler 7. >> hey, chris. you see the storm impact scale here, but it is certainly drier than it was starting the weekend. we do have a one. scattered light showers will be with us throughout the middle of the day, very light amounts and they will be tapering through the later afternoon hours. so as we look at live doppler 7, you see the clouds. you see a little bit of green representing showers from upper lake to lakeport, but it's the fog from livermore to sabnta roa and half moon bay and mountain view that will cause problems if you're headed out early. 54 in hayward, 52 in santa rosa. it is slightly milder with the clouds, but we will look for not only the mild temperatures without the sunshine today, but the scattered showers right through the middle of the day.
so, how about upper 50s in around livermore, from about 12:00-1:00, and then the sun setting at 6:05, looking at a dry night tonight. but as we get into your monday, we're already focusing on the middle of the week, which could bring an additional inch of rain to our north bay waterlogged communities. chris? >> lisa, thank you. happening today, oakland teachers are set to vote on a tentative agreement that would end their seven-day strike. many of these educators aren't just talking about the agreement, but also about an altercation that happened on friday, where a board member put her hand on the throat of a teacher. abc7 news reporter luz pena has the story. >> reporter: tensions were high outside of this elementary school in oakland where several teachers were picketing when an oakland school board member arrived. >> we had locked arms and we had gathered around to prevent her from coming in, as we were instructed. and after that, it got intense
very fast. >> reporter: in this video, board member jumoke hodge is seen grabbing a teacher by the neck, darnisha wright. >> first i thought it was somebody in the crowd just touching me probably accidentally because there was a lot of pushing and shoving. it was a great big rush. then it went on for a long time and got tight to theainful and >> reporter: in a statement to abc7 news, the board member explained that she had been pushed by protesters. "i would never have intentionally touched another person or a sister in that way. and i regret any harm that i might have caused her. i am deeply troubled by this." these educators want this incident behind them and are looking forward to the ratification vote on the proposal. >> this tentative agreement that we are voting on tomorrow, a lot of people are not happy with it. they want to see more school nurses or better ratios of nurses to students, they want to see more restorative justice programs not cut. >> reporter: a tentative
agreement includes an 11% salary increase over four years with a one-time 3% bonus, a decrease in class sizes and a cap on case loads and psychologists, nurses, and school counselors. luz pena, abc7 news. this morning, residents in san anselmo are back in their homes after they were evacuated because of a day-long police standoff. members of the s.w.a.t. team went into a home on grove hill avenue yesterday afternoon to find the armed suspect dead. police say the suspect died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. officers were called to the house after someone called 911 reporting gunshots. the suspect barricaded himself inside. that prompted the evacuations. a longtime member of the abc7 news family tells us what police told him. >> they told us that our houses will be evacuated while they look for a suspect on a crime that they have under way.suspec been released. a person who was inside the home when the shots were fired
managed to run out to safety. in san jose, police are increasing patrols in the neighborhood where a woman was found dead in her home on thursday. we now know the identity of that woman. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has more on her and the investigation. >> reporter: sources tell abc7 san jose police have a person of interest in mind for the murder of bambi larson. the mother of two adult children was found dead inside her knollfield way home. a close friend of larson's did not want to be seen on camera. >> it's just so surreal, and i can't imagine anyone wanting to harm this lady. she's a beautiful person. >> reporter: san jose police is upping patrols in the thousand oaks neighborhood. neighbors and friends are scared, sad, and speechless. >> i'm -- it's hard not to cry. it's just so hard to -- face it all, you know? >> reporter: by thursday afternoon, larson still hadn't come to work, and so a co-worker
got worried and called the victim's son. the two of them came here to the house, unlocked the front door, and found her body in the bedroom. >> it's scary. it's scary for all of us. it's a pretty safe neighborhood otherwise, you know. there's hardly any crime around. it's disturbing. >> reporter: investigators have no motive for the murder. friends, meantime, try to live with their pain, knowing a cherished woman is gone. >> just a very kindhearted person. i'm going to miss her. >> reporter: in san jose, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. [ sirens ] police say a big bang at a b.a.r.t. station was from a firecracker. officials say it was set off at the b.a.r.t. entrance near the westfield shopping center just before 7:00 last night. no one was injured and there was no damage, but the commotion caused a big response from police and fire. one station entrance was closed for a short time and the nearby mall locked down.
the person who set off the firework was not found. new this morning, the chp's investigating a crash involving an alameda county fire department truck and an amazon van. take a look. the van ended up on its roof after it collided with the truck in san lorenzo yesterday afternoon. the fire truck was heading to a hospital to pick up their firefighter paramedic when it hit the side of the van. thankfully, no one was hurt. in the north bay, we're getting a better picture of the destruction caused by last week's flooding of the russian river. you're looking at video taken from drone view 7 on friday. the county of sonoma says it suffered $155 million in damages. an estimated 2,600 properties . that includes about 1,900 homes. an assistance center will open for flood victims today at the former bank of america buildig on main street in guerneville. abc7 news reporter cornell barnard went to forestville where a big cleanup job is now under way. >> two feet from the ceiling,
about there. >> reporter: that's how high the water got at brad and chrysto's house in forestville. their downstairs submerged under six feet of flood water. a fan is working overtime trying to dry everything out. the couple lost a lot. >> artwork that was downstairs in storage, refrigerator, freezers turned upside down, floating. >> reporter: this was the view on wednesday. high water as far as you could see. their car replaced by a trusty canoe. >> welcome to floodville! >> reporter: friends are stopping by with food and supplies. >> we got yellow-tagged. >> reporter: that means they have restricted use of their home for now. zia domani is tossing out waterlogged insulation and everything else that got wet in the flood, and that's just about everything in his house. >> let's say i'm six feet. and if i put my hand up, there's a good two more feet before i hit the water line. i canoed in the other day. >> reporter: in sebastopol, there's a big mess to pick up
inside the barlow shopping district. a collection of high-end shops and eateries. many stores had extensive flood damage. >> see this line? >> that's how high the water was? >> that's how high the water was. >> reporter: across sonoma county, friends and neighbors are stepping up and pitching in to help. >> the one positive side is there is definitely a bigger sense of community right now, you know. like, i met a lot of neighbors i haven't met before. everyone's making sure everyone's okay. >> reporter: in forestville, cornell barnard, abc7 news. >> sonoma county will hold a community recovery meeting today. it starts at 2:00 this afternoon at el molino high school in forestville. experts will be there to answer any questions. you can check the weather any time on the abc7 news app and you can enable push alerts to get updates sent directly to your mobile device. time now is 6:08. meteorologist lisa argen tracking the forecast for us. we not only have a little bit of shower activity in the forecast, but fog is certainly an issue this morning.
50-minute delays at sfo. 50 degrees there. emeryville in the mid-50s, so it's not that cold. we're not going toer activity, additional half inch to over an inch in the forecast for the middle of the week. i'll explain next. >> lisa, thank you. also ahead, the mother of stephon clark reacts just moments after learning the district attorney's decision about criminal charges against the sacramento officers who shot and killed her son. also, san jose's oldest restaurant may have closed for good, but the owner wants to take something with her. what it is and why city officials are now reviewing the
spacex's capsule has arrived at the international space station. no one was aboard, and it launched friday night with a mannequin passenger. the dragon is the first american-made design for crew spacecraft. it docks itself, instead of relying on the robot arm for help. it could load two astronauts in the dragon as early as july. the capsule is set to return to earth friday. the district attorney of sacramento says her office will not be filing charges against the two police officers who fatally shot an unarmed man last year. stephon clark, who was shot and killed in his grandmother's backyard, his death touched off widespread protests. >> abc news reporter linda lopez has reaction from his family. >> reporter: protesters taking to the streets in sacramento. >> we need justice! >> reporter: calling for justice after the district attorney
announced no charges will be filed against officers who shot and killed stephon clark last march. >> was a crime committed? there's no question that a human being died. but when we look at the facts in the law and we follow our ethical responsibilities, the answer to that question is no. >> reporter: details of the night clark died laid out by the d.a., explaining why investigators determined deadly use of force was justified. clark was suspected of vandalism when police confronted him in his grandmother's backyard. >> hey, show me your hands! stop! >> reporter: the district attorney says he ignored commands, moving toward the officers. >> we know that the body-worn camera shows that flash of light, consistent with what the officers said. they said they thought it was a flash and robinet believed it was light reflected off the gun. >> reporter: they fired at clark 20 times, but no weapon
unon clark. police finding clark's cell phone under his body. clark's mother obviously angered by the decision. >> shame on her. shame on the d.a. she does not stand for what is just and right. she is not fair. >> reporter: the attorney for clark's children releasing a statement saying "the city has once again failed stephon clark, his family, and the people of sacramento." and sacramento's mayor, darrell steinberg, says today's decision only deepens his commitment to changing the long-held standard that allows police officers to shoot when objectively reasonable. he wants a clearer set of rules and standards that would require police officers to do all they can to prevent a potentially deadly confrontation. linda lopez, abc news, new york. warriors star demarcus cousins honored stephon clark during last night's game. you can see that he wrote near seven years. he and former warrior matt barnes, who was raised in sacramento, paid for clark's
funeral. in response to cousins' shoes, steph curry tweeted, "bigger than basketball! #stephonclark." 6:14 is our time. the public is invited to a memorial service for longtime public defender jeff adachi. he died after a medical emergency friday. while there are still questions about the details surrounding his death, adachi's friends, family and colleagues remembered him at a vigil last week. he was 59. the memorial starts at 11:00 tomorrow morning at city hall. in san jose's japan town, the city's oldest restaurant may have closed for good. the owner hopes to eventually reopen in a new location, but is raising some concerns among >> before san jonas jose had a japan town, there was a chinatown and its anchor was the wings chinese restaurant built in 1925. the beloved restaurant quietly closed its doors due to rising rent. its neon sign installed in the
'40s or '50s marking gateway to the yesteryear. the owner wants to take the sign with her, yet in san jose, any exterior modifications must be approved by the plan commission. juliette arroyo is reviewing the case. >> it's a character-defining feature of the building, the district, the neighborhood. so if it's removed, you're having an impact. now, that impact might be lessened if it were maybe moved down the street. >> reporter: the owner of the building says the structure needs more than $500,000 in repairs. the restaurant owner hopes to relocate her business and reinstall the sign. planning officials are expected to make a decision sometime this month. brian grayson with the preservation action council of san jose hopes the sign will stay in the city. >> people have a strong connection to the sign, partly because it's been there for decades, but also the connection to japantown and the history that has taken place there. >> reporter: signs like these helping to tell the story of san jose. in other news, a great night for a great cause. our very own dan ashley's rock
the casa charity concert at the lesher center in walnut creek. ♪ bad to the bone ♪ >> this was the fifth year dan has held the event, which raises money for children in need. the beneficiaries are court-appointed special advocates, friends of camp concord, big brothers big sisters, and the boys and girls clubs. this year's rock the casa headliner was patti labelle. ♪ and it was a sold-out event. for more information on these organizations, just head over to our website, abc7news.com, or rockthecasa.org. turning to weather now and our bay area forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. lisa, good morning to you. >> good morning, chris. starting out with live doppler 7, you can see a few scattered looking at visibilities which are impacted all over the bay area. and up by clear lake, lake port, those lake levels very high. flood stage is nine feet.
you're at 9.9. so, it will fluctuate to around ten feet, so some minor flooding here with all of the water you've seen. and we do have light rain at the tahoe valley airport, 34 degrees with a winter weather advisory for the west slopes right on through 4:00 this afternoon. so looking at 4 to 8 inches of additional snow above 6,000 feet. and in the days to come, that snow level continues to hover from 5,000 to 6,000 feet. this is san rafael with mostly cloudy skies. 53 degrees san francisco, 52 in mountain view as well as morgan hill. 53 half moon bay, and the airport at san jose. a lot of cloud cover and temperatures all in the 50s here. 52 up in the north bay with the fog, also fog in concord and livermore. 51 there. 50 in livermore with petaluma checking in at 52 degrees. so, not only do we have the usual spot up in santa rosa, but in livermore, a quarter-mile visibility. just over a mile half moon bay. we talked about airport delays of about 50 minutes on arriving
flights. lake tahoe, well, we talked about winter weather advisory, and more snow coming down. boy, can they get much more? they've already broke the record for february and high-elevation snow on the way for the middle of the week. so clouds with just a few light showers. it will be dry to start the workweek tomorrow. heavy rain arrives tuesday night into wednesday, but today's system is a one on our storm impact scale with scattered light showers. look for less than 0.2. and by the afternoon, we will be tapering off to partly cloudy skies. so, the activity mainly is to the east of us, but you can see to the north of us, from cloverdale, santa rosa, can't rule out a few showers, even along the coast. this is 4:30. we do have a lot of clouds. maybe some hazy sunshine from time to time. and then 11:00 tonight, notice we are looking at mostly cloudy skies. so, rainfall amounts, they are right on track here with this model, anywhere from a couple hundredths to a tenth on the coast, but we have a couple models we look at, and those are not totally certain for what we're going to see tuesday and
wednesday. but if you're headed up to the mountains monday, tuesday, wednesday, numbers will be in the 40s, starting out below freezing. and look for additional snow on monday, a break on tuesday, and then here comes that next round of rain and snow on wednesday. highs today 58 degrees in fremont, 57 in napa, 56 santa cruz with the clouds, a few isolated showers will bring in this model tuesday afternoon where we begin to see some rain move in. and then by tuesday night, it looks pretty wet. 5:30 tuesday, your evening commute, we've got heavier rain in the north bay. it continues into wednesday morning. it's going to take the bulk of the day to move out of here. looks like we will see a break thursday into friday. overnight lows in the 40s with the cloud cover. maybe a sprinkle here or there. and the accuweather seven-day forecast looking at scattered light showers today. one on our stoirm pact scale. lots of clouds but dry for your monday. tuesday, more showers arrive by the middle of the day. the evening commute looks particularly tricky.
and then into wednesday morning, gusty winds, heavy rain in the north bay. it ends on thursday, so the focus of this atmospheric river will be around the big sur coast and points south. and looking at a dry day on friday. you can download our accuweather app, and the rain's coming back, but we're not seeing any huge storms. so, maybe march is going to be kind to us. >> hopefully so. lisa, thank you. abc's new brand localish is sharing stories of inspiration in a weekly digital series called "more in common." this week, he was an iraqi translator. she was a u.s. intelligence analyst deployed to iraq. meet a couple who survived war to be together. ♪ >> kind of was love at first sight. the way things were going, i was like, he's going to end up dead. >> i got my first threat letter to the house with a hand grenade. and it says, we know who you are. we know what you're doing. and if you're not going to quit, we're going to kill you and your family. >> he has to get out of iraq.
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good morning, south bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." >> thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. we're starting this half hour with a quick look at the weather. meteorologist lisa argen is tracking conditions where you live. >> hi, chris. good morning to you. it's a one on the storm impact scale. we're not done with the showers. we'll have a few of them this morning. they will be light and will certainly evaporate by the end of the day as they taper off and the system moves out of here. so just a couple hundredths expected. live doppler 7 showing the cloud cover and some shower activity to the north, clear lake, upper lake. remember, you have that flood warning around clear lake where that lake level is at about 9.9 feet. flood stage is 9 feet. so you're looking at minor flooding there. visibility, quarter of a mile livermore. half moon bay, 50-minute delays at sfo. this is the view from walnut creek where you can see the clouds. foggy there. 52 in morgan hill. it's foggy at the airport. and from santa cruz, you can see all the gray sky. 52 in santa rosa. concord and livermore at about
50. as we go through the afternoon, 10:00, there are the showers along the coast, napa, san mateo, and 2:00 in the afternoon, cloudy skies, mid and upper 50s. maybe a shower in san jose throughout the afternoon. then we'll get into partly cloudy skies tonight, so a dry evening and a dry monday morning commute. then by tuesday evening, rain is moving back into the bay area, getting heavier on tuesday, wednesday as well. you can see that two on our storm impact scale. i'll detail that for you in a few minutes. >> lisa, thank you. president trump spoke at cpac, a conservative conference. it was one of his longest speeches ever, and we have part of the speech where he pulled a special guest up on stage. that guest, the activist who was assaulted at uc berkeley. you may remember this video. it shows a man punching conservative activist haden williams last month. williams was trying to recruit members for turning point usa. a suspect was arrested on friday. yesterday president trump called williams up on stage. he encouraged williams to sue the suspect and others. >> he's probably got nothing, but sue him forever.
sue the college, the university, and maybe sue the state. ladies and gentlemen, he took a hard punch in the face for all of us. >> williams also spoke. he talked about the importance of free speech on college campuses. president trump also spoke about governor newsome, saying he told him privately over the phone that he is a great president and extremely smart. newsom has not commented on trump's speech. there wasn't much that trump didn't talk about yesterday. robert mueller and his summit with north korea's leader were also talking points. abc news reporter tara palmeri explains. >> reporter: after one of the most tumultuous weeks of his evt
times even profane. >> and all of a sudden, they're >> reporter: with the special counsel's probe reportedly wrapping up and democrats promising even more investigations into the president and his inner circle, trump not holding back. >> there's no collusion. so now they go and morph into let's inspect every deal he's ever done. we're going to go into his finances. we're going to check his deals. we're going to check. these people are sick. they're sick. >> reporter: speaking for more than two hours before a crowd of supporters at a conservative conference in washington. >> you know i'm totally off script right now. and this is how i got elected, by being off script. >> reporter: it was his first public comments since leaving a summit with kim jong-un without a deal to denuclearize the korean peninsula. the president justifying why he detfend otto warmbier. >> and i'm in such a horrible
position, because in one way, i have to negotiate. in the other way, i love mr. and mrs. warmbier, and i love otto. and it's a very, very delicate balance. >> reporter: but for much of the speech, the president zigzagging from one topic to another, from his inauguration crowd size -- >> we had a crowd, i've never seen anything like it. >> reporter: -- to mocking former attorney general jeff sessions. >> and as you know, the attorney general says, i'm gonna recuse myself. >> reporter: to why he fired james comey. >> he's bad. he's a bad, bad -- he's a bad, bad guy. >> reporter: at times, the president appearing to test out campaign talking points for 2020. >> i'm gonna regret this speech. this speech should have been delivered one year from now, not now, damn it! >> reporter: blasting the growing field of presidential candidates who want to take his job. >> i don't want to knock out all
of the good stuff and end up with somebody that's actually got talent. that would be terrible. >> reporter: tara palmeri, abc news, washington. washington governor jay inslee is the latest democrat to throw his hat into the race for president. coming up on "this week," he'll discuss his 2020 campaign plans, which are focused on climate change. you can watch the full interview on "this week with george stephanopoulos" at 8:00 right here on abc7. we have an update on a devastating car crash last week that claimed the lives of three siblings on westbound interstate 80 in emeryville. a gofundme page that was set up to help the villarreal family cover funeral expenses for their late family members has exceeded its $75,000 goal. more than 2,100 people have donated $108,000 to date. eli, sarah, and eva villarreal were killed when their suv slammed into the back of an illegally parked big rig thursday morning. a fourth sibling was taken to
highland hospital in critical condition. the family was on their way to san francisco to see their father in the hospital. a frantic search is now under way for two girls ages 5 and 8 who walked away from their home in humboldt county. sisters caroline and leia carrico are believed to have entered a wooded area near their home in the community of benbo. they vanished saturday afternoon. a search party looked for the girls yesterday. searchers found footprints and a granola bar wrapper, possible clues left by the children. now to a rather bizarre story. a black activist has taken control of a neo-nazi group with plans to dismantle it. james hart stern, who lives in marino valley in riverside county, says the former leader of the national socialist movement was going to dissolve it, but he convinced him that it wasn't a good idea because it could end up in someone else's hands. >> i said, if you give it to me, i'm going to shelf it. i'm going to make sure it's never used again. i'm sure not going to run the organization. i said, you're in a position
where it's not going to be out there no more. national socialist movement put a poison pill into the truth of history. i think we could put an antidote to make sure that we correct some of those wrongs and get the education out there and the knowledge of this kind of thing. >> the former leader told the "washington post" he was tricked by stern, who convinced him he could protect members from a lawsuit by becoming the group's president. all right, time now is 6:36. another tesla has gone up in flames, this time in vermont. this is all that's left of the model x after it caught fire, nothing left but the frame. it caught fire. but what makes the story more intriguing is where the car %-pt removed before the ice melts. why it was on the ice is an absolute mystery. more than 100 additional patients will be transferred today to a new hospital in the heart of san francisco. abc7 news was at the opening of the cpmc van ness hospital. it's already housing some
patients who were removed from the pacific and california campuses. those campuses are no longer operating as in-patient facilities. the new hospital features all kinds of technologies. >> we have a patient that leaves the hospital, this machine will actually go into the room and will use ultraviolet light, and it will kill every single bacteria that is in the room. so we want to make sure that each room is disinfected and clean for the next patient. >> the hospital has 274 beds and features private rooms. nurses say that's a big addition, especially for patients who are being treated for cancer. still ahead on "abc7 mornings," a new journey begins tonight. what's new this year on "american idol"? but first, as we head to break, a live look outside. meteorologist lisa argen will have your forecast.
happening today, runners will take to the streets of san francisco for the chinese new year run. chinatown hosts it every year. it starts on grant avenue ans ou winds through chinatown, north beach, the embarcadero and downtown. the ymca serves families with wellness and community programs. the race starts at 8:00 this morning. 6:40 the time, and meteorologist lisa argen has been keeping anot that fog that's out there. yeah, in our inland valleys, at the airport there's delays, also in the north bay. a live look outside, san francisco, with temperatures in the mid-50s.
so it is pretty mild. and we are seeing the system exit the bay area, so we're not ruling out a residual shower. we have a break, though, until the middle of the week. i'll explain with my accuweather seven-day forecast, coming up. >> lisa, thank you. also ahead, the warriors come back from a 14-point deficit against the sixers without klay thompson. so, they turned to steph curry's
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good morning, everyone. we're taking a live look outside from our camera along the san francisco waterfront this morning. you can see kind of hard to tell, but it's a little cloudy out there this morning over this part of the bay area. we'll get a check of the full accuweather forecast from meteorologist lisa argen in just a little bit. in sports, the sharks are back in action tonight, but they may be shorthanded. brett burns is questionable for the game against the blackhawks with the flu. burns hasn't missed a game in more than five seasons. the sharks face chicago at s.a.p. center. the puck drops at 7:00 p.m. warriors will be back in action tuesday night at oracle arena against the celtics. last night, golden state battled the 76ers in the final game of a four-game road trip. abc7 sports director larry beil has the highlights in this morning's sports. good morning, everybody! yes, it was just a regular season game, but it felt a lot more important. the warriors came back from a 12-point halftime deficit in philly to beat the sixers and put a halt to a mini losing streak at two games. steve kerr a littleps, out with
a knee, and kevon looney. ben simmons here with the steal, went for a triple-double, 25 points, 15 rebounds, 11 assists. i'm not sure he took a shot outside of five feet in this game. steph curry missed 21 shots last game, much better in this one. oh, nice! high off the window, but an awkward fall, hit his head on the base of the basket. he's okay, but the sixers led by a dozen at the half. built it up to 14 points. the warriors go on a 16-0 run early in the third. damian lee, he had four 3s, 12 points. then demarcus cousins, then steph, and k.d. for 3 of his 34, and andre iguodala would add a three. the dubs were up three after three. big boogie inside! 25 points for him. mike scott, three of his six 3s came on the floor. he had the game of his life. sixers back on top.wanti. ansteph, jumper, splash. and then drives on j.j. redick.
oh, he's going to cook him. 11 of steph's 28 points come in the fourth quarter. warriors win it, 120-117. >> it was a just get it done however you can kind of game. the way the last two games have gone, definitely feels good for us to get on this long flight to go back home and have some smiles on our faces and feel good about ourselves. we obviously don't lose confidence in what we're about and what our goal is, but games like tonight are almost playoffesque, where you might nop play perfect, but you find out a way to win. >> gutted it out. we really got tested as a team from start to finish. that's an incredible team on the other end of that floor. but we got tested, so i think we needed this. we've kind of guess you could say in a slump these past couple games and not really playing the right way. but really came tether and took at winshad a year based on klay being out, loon being out and then having lost two
straight, you know, we're kind of in a little bit of a rut. so, this is what you need to dig out of it, you know. you've got to show the grit we did in the second half and our guys fought and they earned it. >> you can see how happy they were. college hoops final of the regular season for st. mary's, hosting number one gonzaga. jordan ford led the gales with 19. st. mary's a brief four-point lead, then the zags run away with it. brandon clark with authority on the hoop. gonzaga wins it and end the regular season 29-2. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. time now is 6:47. let's send it over to meteorologist lisa argen for a echaccuweaer forecast. >> hey, chrining toyou. nd me you can seero roof camera, and we will have those westerly winds today, but out ahead of our next storm system, you know there's another one coming in midweek. the winds will get breezy. but if you are headed out today, this morning, this afternoon, and you have to walk the dog,
well, this is a forecast for you, then, because we're going to see showers around 9:00, 10:00, maybe even 11:00 out there. and the temperatures fairly uniform, in the low to mid-50s. so, they need to get out. so i don't think it will bother them. we're only looking at a couple hundredths. mist and drizzle as well. and lake tahoe right now with a winter weather advisory for the west slopes through 4:00 this afternoon, an additional 12 to 18 inches of snow above 5,500 feet or around 6,000 feet. live doppler 7. we have the clouds, we have the radar. visibility is impacted throughout much of the bay area. now remember, clear lake, very, very full. monitor stage is 9 feet. they're at 9.9. some minor flooding here as it goes to about 10 feet. a few scattered showers, but heavier rain tuesday night into wednesday. right now 34 degrees at the tahoe valley airport, so it is hovering between light snow, light rain in the mountains. you have to go up just a little bit higher to get that snow. so right on through the
afternoon reduced visibility above 6,000 feet. 4 to 8 inches of new snow. pier 39 pretty slick out there, and you can see the sea lions hoping for some sun. probably they like that, but not in the forecast today. 52 in mountain view and morgan hill with 53. san francisco, half moon bay, oakland at 55. sfo looking at delays of about 50 minutes here. there's fog in the east bay, along the coast. and with numbers in the low 50s, we are all fairly uniform and the fog just sitting there dense in those lower valley locations. quarter-mile visibility in livermore, six miles in mountain view. that's about the best, unless you go out to the delta or san jose. two miles in oakland and santa rsa. the golden gate bridge, lots of cloud cover. a few scattered showers throughout the day today. dry tomorrow. good way to start the workweek, then heavier rain arrives late tuesday into wednesday. today it's a one on our storm impact scale for scattered light showers. less than 0.2. afternoon, it will be tapering and we'll get into partly cloudy
skies tonight. but notice a couple areas of moisture that stand out to the then throughout the day, just very spotty, isolated, not much to write home about. in fact, we're just talking about maybe a couple hundredths here or there, if you get one of those heavier showers that hang over you, maybe a tenth of an inch up by clear lake. but other than that, just nuisance showers. 56 today san mateo and richmond as well as san rafael, bringing our storm impact scale for late tuesday into wednesday to a two. heavy rain in the north bay, a half inch to an inch and a half possible. and as we roll through monday and tuesday, here comes the rain by your tuesday evening commute, getting heavy in the north bay. everyone sees it for wednesday morning. wednesday afternoon. we dry out on thursday and we're looking at this focus to be central and southen california, but it's not going to leave us until it drops another inch to a third in the north bay, which certainly could cause some flooding. maybe a half inch redwood city. the accuweather seven-day forecast, light isolated shower today, one on our storm impact
scale, a break. and we're watching tuesday night into wednesday. >> this rain just won't go away. >> i know. it's worse than 2017. and i'm saying worse because we're having problems, obviously. >> yeah. all right, lisa, thank you. new season, new singers. "american idol" returns to abc tonight. you'll see the same judges, luke bryan, katy perry and lionel richie. ryan seacrest returns as host. now we explain what's different this year. ♪ tonight i'm gonna have myself ♪ >> reporter: some of this season's "american idol" contestants are also part of a music video celebrating the new season. >> we want to prop these kids up. you never know somebody that doesn't make it even into the top ten, they can still be motivated and go a long way in the music business, and we want to always cheer them on. >> the talent is more incredible than it was last year, and i didn't think we could beat that.
but i mean, the kids came out of the woodwork. ♪ don't stop me, 'cause i'm having a good time ♪ ♪ having a good time, i'm a shooting start leaping ♪ ♪ through the sky like a tiger >> it's not "american singer." it's the "idol," and you have to have so many things going for you, and that's what i'm always going to look for. ♪ >> i think we got used to an incredible top ten on the first season. and so, we're not really giving anyone the benefit of the doubt. >> i think america wants -- they want someone they can root for. they want someone they can relate to. they want a voice that surprises them. they want twists and turns. tey want the roller coaster that goes upside down at the amusement park. >> reporter: and it starts with a golden ticket. the judges and later america will take it from there.
up to $381 million. and the winning numbers from last night's $23 million super lotto plus drawing: 22, 27, 30, 33, 46, the mega number 25. nobody picked all six in that drawing either. wednesday's jackpot goes up to $24 million. happening today in the east bay, it's your last chance to go bargain shopping at northern california's biggest garage sale. hundreds of people line up for the legendary white elephant sale in oakland each year. a warehouse on lancaster at glasscock street is filled with donated clothing, furniture, household items, jewelry, books and art. the garage sale is open from 10:00 to 4:00. admission is free. proceeds help support the oakland museum of california. and that's a great indoor activity for folks who want to avoid the rain. >> yeah, i want it go. i love those things. good morning, everybody. we are talking about clouds and no rain yet. maybe a few isolated showers in the north bay, but fog is an issue from the city to the valley. later on today, 57 in oakland
with an isolated shower. a one on our storm impact scale. and we are looking at some heavier rain headed our way. it's not a huge storm, but your eye, of course, goes to wednesday, tuesday night into wednesday. the heavy rain hitting the north bay. we could see some flooding problems simply because the rivers and streams at capacity. it's not expected to be a huge system, but certainly bears watching. and today just maybe dodging an isolated shower. so not a bad day because we do get that break tomorrow as well. >> all right, good information, lisa. thank ou. and thanks to you for joining us on "abc7 mornings." i'm chris snnguyen alongside li argen. the news continues online, on twitter, facebook and instagram. "good morning america" is next. we'll leave you with a live look outside from our pier 39 camera in san francisco, pointed at the sea lions. those rb the stars of our show as we end this broadcast. abc7 news returns at 9:00 a.m. we'll see you then.
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