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>> announcer: good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. this is "abc 7 mornings." it's sunday, march 3rd. good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first alert look at the forecast. here's meteorologist lisa argen tracking live doppler 7, hi, lisa. >> hey, chris. there is fog and a few light showers around the bay area, mist and drizzle around oakland. a 1 on our storm impact scale, very light returns. live doppler 7 picking up on the cloud cover. low clouds have made it feel muggy out there. from the exploratorium camera, you in san francisco could see a few peeks of sun. west winds today bringing in that moist air from the ocean. we're in the low to mid-50s from santa rosa and fairfield. tam is at a few showers, that's
the order of the day. isolated showers are with us throughout the late morning, the early afternoon. we're pakistrtly cloudy tonight then a break for the monday morning commute. by the middle of the week, heavy rain returns. we'll track it for you, coming up. >> lisa, thank you. oakland teachers are set to vote on a tentative agreement that would end their seven-day strike. many of these agitators aren't just talking about the agreement but also an altercation that took place on friday. abc 7 news reporter luz pena has more. >> reporter: tensions were high in oakland when several teachers were picketing. >> we had locked arms and were preventing her from entering, as we were instructed. >> reporter: in this video, board member jumoke hodge is seen grabbing a teacher's neck.
that teacher was tanisha wright. >> i thought it was accidental, there was a lot of pushing and shoving. then it just went on for a long time and got tight to the point that it was, you know, painful and restrictive. >> reporter: in a statement to abc 7 news, the board member explained that she had been pushed by protesters. "i would never have intentionally touched another person that way." these educators want the incident behind them. >> this tentative agreement, a lot of people are not happy with it. they want to see more school nurses. they want to see better ratios of school nurses to students. they want to see restorative justice programs not cut. >> reporter: the agreement includes a 11% salary increase over four years with a one-time bonus, a decrease in class
sizes, and the caseloads of nurses and school counselors. luz pena, abc 7 news. residents in san anselmo are back in their homes after they were evacuated because of a day-long police standoff. members of the sw.w.a.t. team went into the home to find the suspect died. police say the suspect died from apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. officers were called to the house after someone called 911 reporting gunshots. the suspect barricaded himself inside, prompting the evacuations. a long time member of the abc 7 news family tells us what they told him. >> they told us the houses will be evacuated while they look for a suspect on a crime they have under way. >> the suspect's name has not 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. abc 7 news reporter lisa amin gu gulezian has more. >> reporter: bambi larson, mother of two adult children, was found dead inside her home. a close friend of larson's did not want to be seen on camera. >> it's just so surreal. i can't imagine anyone wanting to harm this lady. she's beautiful person. >> reporter: san jose police is upping patrols in the thousand oaks neighborhood. neighbors and friends are scared, sad, and speechless. >> i'm trying 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. 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, 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. >> a very kind-hearted person. i'm going to miss her. >> reporter: in san jose, lisa amin gulezian, abc 7 news. officials say a firecracker was set off at the west field 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 had to be locked down. the person who set off the firework was not found. new this morning, the cp
hchh -- chp is investigating a crash involving an amazon van, which ended on its roof after it collided with a truck in san lorenzo yesterday afternoon. it was heading to a hospital to pick up a 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 said it suffered $155 million in damages. an estimated 2,600 properties were inundated by flooding, that includes 1,900 homes. an assistance center will be open today. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard has more. >> two feet from the ceiling. >> reporter: that's how high the water got at brad and krista's
house. a fan is working overtime trying to dry everything out. the couple lost a lot. >> artwork that was downstairs in storage. refrigerator, freezer turned upside down, floating. >> reporter: this was the view on wednesday. high water as far as you can see. their car replaced by a trustee canoe. friends are stopping by with food and supplies. they have restricted use of their home for now. ziadh dimoni is tossing out everything that got wet in the flood, and that's just about everything in his house. >> i'm six feet. if i put my hand up, there's two more feet before i hit the water line. i canoed in. >> reporter: a collection of high end shops and eateries had extensive flood damage. >> 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's definitely a sense of community right now. and like i met a lot of neighbors i never met before. everyone was making sure everyone was okay. >> reporter: in forrestville, cornell barnard, abc 7 news. >> sonoma county will hold a community recovery meeting today starting at 2:00 p.m. in forrestville. officials will be there to answer any questions. you can also check the weather conditions where you live on the abc 7 news app. enable the push alerts to be directly sent to your mobile device. lisa is keeping an eye on the accuweather forecast. >> we still have a 1 on our storm impact scale. a few peeks of sun from our exploratorium camera here, where temperatures are mild, almost muggy. 54 in san francisco, 56 in oakland as well as san jose.
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good morning, everyone. time right now is 9:12. we're taking a live look outside from pier 39 in san francisco. we can expect scattered showers throughout the bay area to start the day. lisa will return to let us know what to expect, coming up. spacex's crew capsule has arrived at the international space station. no one was aboard the capsule which launched late friday night with a mannequin passenger. it docks by itself instead of relying on the space station's robot arm for help. the capsule is set to return to earth on 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 was shot and killed in his grandmother's backyard. his death touched off widespread protests. abc 7 news reporter zachary
kiesch has more. >> reporter: demonstrators they want justice. this morning, no charges against two officers who shot an unarmed black man last year in sacramento. >> was a crime committed? when we look at the facts and the law and follow our ethical responsibilities, the answer to that question is no. >> reporter: march 18th, 2018. cops responding to a vandalism call. police helicopters begin to zero in and track clark. officers on the ground confronting the 22-year-old in the backyard of his grandmother's home. the officers argue they thought the cellphone in his hand was a gun. >> it looked like a gun from our perspective. >> reporter: shooting and killing the father of two. the investigation found officers muted their body cameras multiple times and waited about
seven minutes before performing cpr. >> we can't get help unless we know you don't have a weapon. >> is he breathing? >> no. >> reporter: they say clark ignored demands and took a shooting stance so cops were justified. the san francisco police chief apologizing to the family. >> i can't imagine the pain they're in. >> reporter: clark's mother devastated by the announcement. >> they executed my son in my mom's back yard. we're not going to accept that. >> reporter: and his fiance fighting back tears. >> my boys have to grow up without their father and i have to continue on as a single parent. >> reporter: the shooting led to protests on the street. >> black lives matter! >> reporter: and disruptions in local government. while the d.a.'s decision is final, the sacramento's mayor says the community still has its own questions about whether
clark's killing was justified. >> was the outcome wrong? was the outcome unacceptable? the answer to both questions is yes. >> reporter: zachary kiesch, abc news, new york. >> demarcus cousins honored clark theat last night's game. steph curry tweeted, "bigger than basketball" with the hashtag #stephonclark. the public is invited for a service for jeff adachi who died last friday after a medical emergency. there are still questions about the details surrounding his death. adachi's friends, family, and colleagues remembered him as a vigil last week. he was 59. the memorial starts at 11:00 tomorrow morning at city hall. in san jose's japantown, the
city's oldest restaurant may have closed its doors for good. the owner hopes to eventually reopen in a new location. but what she wants to take with her is raising concerns among some in the community. >> reporter: before san jose had a japantown, 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 the gateway to yesteryear. the owner wants to take the sign with her. but historical preservation officer juliette arroyo is reviewing the case. >> 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 a half million dollars 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's 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 in walnut creek. ♪ ♪ bad to the bone >> this was the fifth year dan has held the event which raises money for kids in need. the beneficiaries include court-appointed special advocates, friends of camp concord, big brothers/big sisters, and the boys and girls clubs. this year's headliner was patti labelle.
♪ it was a sold-out event. for more information on these organizations, head over to our website, abc7news.com, or rockthecasa.org. scattered showers are expected across much of the region today. here is meteorologist lisa argen, keeping an eye on the accuweather forecast for us. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris. they will be light. cloud cover, and up to the north where clear lake, that lake is awfully full, looking at flooding there simply because flood stage is at nine feet. you're at 9.9, fluctuating near ten feet. as we get into tuesday night and wednesday, we'll have brief, heavy rain. the main focus of this next storm will be south of us. we have snow in lake tahoe. chains are required. and we had a rain/snow mix so that line is just hovering from about 5,000 to 5,500 feet going back from about 32, 34, 35
degrees. as we look at this advisory from the national weather service, winter weather advisory along the west slopes, above 6,000 feet, picking up a good amount. if you're headed up there, maybe it's spring break next week, you have a few days off. monday, tuesday, and wednesday, check it out, in the 40s for afternoon highs. you'll have some snow. overnight lows below freezing. you may have it all to yourself because spring break, they really run the gamut through the weeks of march. we have some sun here. don't get too used to it, just a few peeks of sun. walnut creek, 54. 55, mountain view. ha half moon bay in the 50s. delays here in about 50 minutes at sfo. we've had sun, passing showers. 53 santa rosa. the fog from the east bay to the coast. now, what we see today will be very, very light. we are looking at temperatures above where we were yesterday, so that's why it feels kind of muggy out there. emeryville kind of hazy.
temperatures today will be still below average. and we're looking at more clouds tomorrow. so even though it's going to be dry, we're not going to see a whole lot of sun, because the atmosphere is could yqueueing u the next system. this all tapers off towards the evening hours. by noontime you could see some showers. east bay, mist and drizzle, san francisco, along the coast, half moon bay, pacifica. by the afternoon, we're dry. overnight hours, we have the temperatures in the 40s. we'll look for rainfall amounts to be scant at best. 4/100ths from oakland. hayward, maybe a little splash. mybe 60 today, low 60s for you in san josé. 56, santa rosa. storm impact scale from late tuesday into wednesday, it will be a 2. our ground can't take much more. for a brief time, we'll have
heavy downpours in the north bay. a half inch to inch in half of rain is expected. we're dry for a good portion of today and tomorrow. tuesday, 11:00. here comes the next wave of rain. the afternoon commute looks pretty bad in the north bay. check out wednesday, yes, more heavy rain. would you believe the emphasis is along the big sur central coast. we're just getting a brief shot at this. we are dry on thursday and friday. and like i said, preliminary estimates anywhere from about a third to a half inch to well over an inch in the north bay. lows in the 40s with the cloud cover. the accuweather seven-day forecast, 1 on our storm impact scam. an isolated chance of a shower. we're dry tomorrow, bringing back our storm impact scale, and you can download our accuweather apps. you can keep track of that rain coming right in the middle of the week. >> we'll enjoy the break from the rain tomorrow. >> exactly. >> lisa, tomorrow. abc's new brand "local-ish" is sharing stories of
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54 in the city, 56 in san jose. personal mild out there, almost muggy, with that onshore flow. the winds coming off of the ocean. it is moist. we could see just a random shower. 55 in napa, 57 in concord. 10:00 today, upper 50s. a little dreary out there with a mix of the clouds. maybe a shower, may a few breaks in the cloud deck from time to time. 54 in hayward. then by 6:00 tonight, low 50s. we are pretty much dry. and we will be looking at a dry start to the workweek. that's the good news. we also have more rain in the forecast. i'll tell you how much and where this emphasis will be in a few minutes. a desperate search is under way for two young sisters ages 5 and 8 who walked away from their home in humboldt county. abc news reporter eriell reshef has the latest. >> reporter: 5 and 8-year-olds went missing from their home. the girls were last seen at 2:30
p.m. deputies believe they went possibly into a heavily would they area nearby after their mother said they could not go for a walk outside. this is a multi-agency search including the u.s. coast guard canvassing the area day and night with teams using k9 units and a black hawk helicopter to comb the thick woods near the girls' home. sheriffs' deputies have found evidence that the girls were in those woods. >> we found some clues during the day that have made us change our direction. we found some candy bar wrappers, we confirmed with the mom that they were bought in the last few days. the wrappers showed us a direction from where they started to where the wrappers ended at. >> reporter: the sheriff's office is saying searchers found some boot marks that matched what the girls may have been wearing. they're asking everyone to stay out of the air, fearing the
contamination of other possible evidence. the sheriff's office says the parents are cooperating and helping in the search. they say there is no indication of foul play at this time but they're not ruling anything out. erielle reshef, abc news, new york. president trump spoke at cpac, a conservative conference. it was one of his longest speeches ever. he pulled onstage an activist who was assaulted at uc berkeley. you may remember this video of someone punching the activist. a suspect was arrested on friday. yesterday president trump called williams onstage. he encouraged him to sue the suspect and others. >> he's probably got nothing but sue him forever. sue the college, the university. [ cheers and applause ] and maybe sue the state.
ladies and gentlemen, he took a hard punch in the face for all of us. remember that. >> williams also spoke. he talked about the importance of free speech on college campuses. president trump also spoke about governor newsom. he says newsom told him privately over the phone that he is a great president and extremely smart. newsom, who has been publicly very critical of trump, has not commented on trump's speech. in fact there wasn't much that the president didn't talk about yesterday. robert mueller, house democrats were among the talking points. abc news reporter tara palmieri explains. >> reporter: after a bruising week, the president letting off some steam before a live audience, fire off his strongest language yet against the special counsel's russia investigation. >> and all of a sudden, they're trying to take you out with bull [ bleep ]. >> reporter: with robert mueller's probe reportedly wrapping up, trump suggesting a
broad conspiracy by unelected justice department officials to remove him from office. >> now, robert mueller never received a vote and neither did the person that appointed him. now we're waiting for a report and we'll find out whether or not and who we're dealing with. we're waiting for a report. by people that weren't elected. >> reporter: speaking before a crowd of supporters at a conservative conference in washington, it was one of the president's longest speeches since taking office. two hours. >> you know, i'm totally off-script right now. and this is how i got elected, by being off-script. >> reporter: trump blasting house democrats for their new oersight powers. >> 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. >> reporter: the white house facing a monday deadline to turn
over documents to the house oversight committee about how the president's son-in-law jared kushner obtained a top secret security clearance. the request was made five weeks ago. but "the new york times" is now reporting on a memo by then white house counsel don mcgahn in which he recommended against top security clearance for kushner citing concerns, including from the cia. "the times" also says john kelly wrote a memo saying the president ordered him to give kushner clearance. an executive decision his daughter, ivanka trump, denied. >> the president had no involvement pertaining to my clearance or my husband's clearance. zero. >> reporter: tara palmieri, abc news, washington. now an update on that devastating car crash. a gofundme page that was set up to help the villareal family with funeral expenses has competed its goal. more than 2,100 people have
donated $108,000 to date. eli, sarah, and eva villareal were killed when their suv slammed into the back of an illegally parked big rig. 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. 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 riverside county says the former leader of the national socialist movement was going to dissolve it but he convinced him that it could end up in someone else's hands. >> i said, if you give it to me, i will put an antidote to make sure we correct some of those
wrongs and get the education and knowledge of this kind of thing. >> the former leader told "the washington post" that he was tricked by stern who convinced him he could protect members from a lawsuit by becoming the group's president. in san francisco, more than 100 additional patients will be transferred today to a brand-new hospital in the heart of the city. abc 7 news was at the opening of the van ness hospital. it's already housing patients removed from pacifica campus. the new hospital features all kinds of new technology. >> we have a patient that leaves the hospital, this machine will go into the room and use ultraviolet light and kill every single bacteria that is in the room. we want to make sure each room is disinfected and cleaned for the next patient. >> the hospital has 274 beds and features private rooms. nurses say that's a big addition, especially for patients being treated for cancer. still ahead on "abc 7
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san new this morning, thousands of people are celebrating one of the craziest food fights in italy. it's called the battle of the oranges. residents and visitors reenact a battle from the middle ages. it's based off the legend of a cruel tyrant who demanded the right to sleep with the town's virgin brides on their wedding nights. his reign ended when one fair maiden chopped off the tyrant's head, now symbolized by the oranges. the three-day event is now held
every year before lent. those folks in italy have a lot to do. anyway, you've been keeping an eye on the forecast. tomorrow is when we're going to see the main break for the week. >> exactly. today we are looking at the clouds, a few breaks out there. there will be some renegade showers. this is walnut creek, you can see before you sky there. mild or muggy, whenever way you want to call it. 57 in concord. 55 in san ramon. a shower here or there. then yes, a bigger break tomorrow before another round of perhaps an inch or two of rain. i'll daylight the forecast next. >> thanks, lisa. the warriors come back against the sixers without klay thompson. they turn to steph curry's brother-in-law.
in sports, the sharks are back in action tonight, but they may be shorthanded. brent burns is questionable for the game with the flu. he's not missed a game in five seasons. the sharks face chicago at s.a.p. center. the puck drop is 7:00 p.m. warriors will be back in action tuesday night at oracle arena against the celtics. last night golden state took on the 76ers in the final game of a four-game road trip. larry beil has highlights in this morning's sports report. >> 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 little agitated without klay thompson, 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 out of five feet. steph curry missed 21 shots last game, much better in this one. 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 in the fourth. he had 22 points. he had like the game of his
life. sixers back on top. warriors in transition. andre, steph, jumper, splash. then drives on j.j. redick. he's going to cook him. 11 of steph's 28 points come in the fourth. warriors win it, 121-117. >> it was just a get it done however type of win. the last two games, it definitely felt 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 not play perfect, but you figure out a way to win. >> we gutted it out. you know, 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 been, you know, i guess you could say in a slump these past couple games and not really playing the right way, but it really came together and took a step forward tonight. >> well, it's one of the best wins we've had all year based on
klay being out, loon being out and having lost two straight, you know, kind of in a little bit of a rut. so, this is what you need to dig out of it, you know. we did in the second half and our guys, they fought and they earned it. >> you could see how happy they were. college hoops, final game of the regular season for st. mary's, hosting number one gonzaga. jordan ford led the gales with 19. st. mary's had a brief four-point lead, then the zags run away with it. brandon clark with authority on the oop. gonzaga wins it. they win and end the regular season 29-2. that's a wrapping on morning sports. have a great weekend. i'm larry beil. let's get the bay area forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. >> 53 degrees in santa cruz. cloudy now, a few breaks in the overcast from time to time, going for a high of 56. rain will arrive along the
central coast and santa cruz tuesday into wednesday. that's where the emphasis will be. if you want to get out and about today, you can do that but you may have to dodge a few showers, very light. we're looking at just a chance as we go through the middle of the afternoon. so these guys won't mind. and we will be looking at more rain come late tuesday. so a couple of dry dog-walking days for you. and then the rain returns. it will be brief and heavy at times. we'll get to that in just a moment. you can see lake tahoe where there is a winter weather advisory for the west slopes. we have a mix of clouds and sun, some fog, and maybe wringing out a few showers. clear lake, we have a few returns. this lake is awfully full. monitor stage is at 9 feet. it's over that. and flood stage and beyond 9 1/2. we're looking at 10 feet here. this will be an issue as well as guerneville, perhaps, as we get into the later daytime hours of tuesday and wednesday as the
rain comes down, briefly heavy for a while now. we've got a rain/snow mix here in the sierra nevada. temperatures are hovering in the mid-30s, looking at 4 to 8 inches of snow above 6,000 feet. this will be the case through the mid-week time frame with those snow levels coming in and out of lake level, 5,500 feet. mt. tam had a brief shower, you can see the drops on the lens there. half moon bay is mild on the coast. hazy to cloud in emeryville with numbers kind of muggy, in the mid-50s. 57 in concord. numbers aren't going to climb that much. we were warmer overnight. we haven't done away with the cloud cover. the dew points have cooled to the air temperature. that's why we have some of that fog. here's sfo where we had delays of 50 minutes on arriving flights. mostly cloudy, isolated showers tomorrow. heavier rain arrives later tuesday into wednesday. this is a 1 on our storm impact scale today, very light,
scattered showers. up to a tenth, perhaps 2/10ths. they'll be tapering through the afternoon. a line from the east bay to the coasinto the santa cruz mountains, the south bay. a few peeks of sun for the rest of your sunday. s sun setting a little later. an indication the weather is supposed to feel more like spring. scant amounts today. that bodes well for your forecast and your commute monday morning. 60 for concord, 55 in san francisco. 59 in palo alto. here is when things get interesting. bringing in our storm impact scale for tuesday night into wednesday, it's a 2. heavy rain, half inch to inch and a half. this will move through the bay area. the focus won't really be here for the atmosphere riveic river. here comes the rain, 5:30 for a wet evening commute on wednesday.
by thursday, we're getting a break, it will be out of here. any more additional rain is not what we need. this is the more aggressive model which shows a half inch to inch and a half. a break tomorrow from scattered light showers. tuesday, wednesday. download the accuweather app. you'll need it around the bay mid-week. >> the rain certainly a concern with all the flooding we've been having. >> definitely. >> lisa, thank you. tonight, "american idol," ryan seacrest returns it is the host. here's what's different this year. ♪ tonight i'm going to have myself a good time ♪ >> reporter: some of this season's contestants are part of a. ♪ music video celebrating the new season. >> you never know, somebody that
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here with the winning numbers from last night's $348 million power ball drawing. 1, 19, 25, 27, 68. the power ball number, 21. nobody picked all six, so wednesday night's jackpot goes up to $381 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 at lancaster street is filled with donated clothing, furniture, household items, jewelry, books, and art. it's open from 10:00 to 4:00. admission is free and proceeds help support the oakland museum of california. not a bad place to get away from the rain today. >> so many treasures there, of course. good morning, everyone. we are starting out with clouds. a few peeks of sun. identification late showers are possible today. mid- and upper 50s, maybe even 60 in concord. then tonight we will be dry with the cloud cover in the 40s.
that will bring you a dry monday morning commute. in fact no rain at all for your monday, bringing our storm impact scale on tuesday. the rain gets heavy tuesday night into wednesday. we're watching the north bay rivers. >> lisa, thanks. thanks to you for joining us. i'm chris nguyen alongside lisa argen. stay tuned for the nba showcase on abc. at 12:30, the houston rockets face the boston celtics. stay connected online, on twitter, facebook, and instagram. make it a great day, everybody.
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