tv Today in the Bay NBC October 6, 2017 6:00am-7:01am PDT
fleet week is ramping up. the major events taking place this weekend as thousands of people get ready to descend on san francisco. "today in the bay" continues right now. get out there and enjoy it. good morning to you. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia. >> i'm scott mcgrew in for marcus washington this morning. let's get a check of the weekend forecast with kari. >> it looks good. a lot of people are keeping a close eye on it because there are so many outdoor festivities and celebrations going on. and weddings, too. we are going to have beautiful weather. low to mid-70s for the weekend. a few more degrees early next wik. inland areas are going to feel like summer. it cools off next week. we'll talk more about this coming up. >> you know, that doesn't sound super exciting, but i want to show you the fast track lanes. sometimes we see the cash lanes moving. any movement is great at this time, 6:00 in the morning, the
metering lights are on. we don't see major problems coming through the maze. a little red at the toll plaza and also some orange. slower speeds as you travel west 80 down through university and berkeley. same thing for hayward, castro valley. the south bay, a little blip on 101 through the area. no major problems. we'll track the rest of the commute. there may be something going on in oakland. a live look at mandalay bay in las vegas this morning. investigators are still searching for the motive after a deadly mass shooting there. >> it's been five days since the killing spree on the strip. there's been so many questions about what happened. today until the bay's, jay gray live with new information and new direction for the investigators. >> reporter: yeah, scott, laura, you are absolutely right. good morning, again, to you.
the investigation spanning. agents getting a lot of information from the scan of cell phones and computers the gunman had. they are also getting insight from those who were closest to stephen paddock. [ gunfire ] >> reporter: a fire storm -- >> run, keep your head down. >> reporter: -- for ten minutes along the vegas strip. turning this outdoor concert into a killing field. this is what it looks like almost a week later, still an active crime scene as investigators search for evidence and an answer to the nagging question, why? >> some things happen that the steve i knew two weeks ago is no longer the guy who did that. >> his girlfriend, marilou danley said he had mental health issues and would lie in bed krig out, oh, my god.
they don't know of mental problems that triggered the rampage. >> an fbi scan of electronics from home and hotel room, he searched for information on lollapalooza, a summer festival in chicago. agents say he reserved rooms in a hotel that overlooked the concert park, but never showed up. he researched events at and hotels near boston's fenway park. an indication he may have been considering an attack on a large crowd, long before carrying out the slaughter along the vegas strip. yeah, the fbi still pulling information and data from 12 cell phones and laptops that they have recovered as part of this investigation. they hope that they are going to get some inkling of how and why all of this happened. scott, laura, back to you. >> i think we all want those answers. 6:03. thank you, jay. people gathered on the cal
campus to mourn the victims of the shooting. ♪ >> students and teachers stood shoulder-to-shoulder honoring the 58 people killed. many sharing their own experiences with gun violence, including a campus minister whose daughter attended uc santa barbara when people were killed in 2014. >> there is that terrible 15 minutes when i didn't know where my daughter was. >> advocates were there as well offering students counseling and encouragement. our coverage continues on www.nbcbayarea.com. you will find the latest out of las vegas and the latest out of washington. we post add story about republican lawmakers and the nra looking at bump stocks chrks is las vegas gunman used to modify the weapons. at 6:04, san francisco is promising tight security for the start of the most anticipated music events of the year.
the hardly strictly bluegrass festival begins. it draws a half million people. police plan to staff more police officers and special agents on hand including a counter assault unit and tactical team. there's the blue angels giving us a taste of what's to come. fleet week ramping up this weekend. you have the blue angels, thousands of people expected to head to the city for the festivities. >> bob redell is live at the golden gate bridge with a look at the events we can check out. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning to you, laura and scott. we are a few hours away from what is a horrific photo opportunity if this is your first fleet week in the area. behind me, the golden gate bridge. at 11:00 this morning, the fleet week military ship will sail
underneath that. the the amphibious assault ship will be here from the u.s. navy. you'll have ships from the u.s. marine corps and navy as well. the ships will be available for tours tomorrow through monday from 9:00 to 4:00 at pier 35, pier 30-32. winnipeg is only open until noon sunday. when the ship ends at noon, it is time for the air show today. the featured act, the navy's blue angels seen here during a practice run. they are showing off the f-22 raptor. from the great white north, the canadian snow bird. you can see the show from along the embarcadero. in years past, i have watched from treasure island. it's not as crowded there.
if they do the same flight pattern, the blue angels fly over. the show is today, saturday and sunday from noon to 4:00 each day. in years past, fleet week attracted over 1 million people over the weekend into the surrounding bay. that means san francisco is expected to be crowded this weekend, especially if there's nice weather. the organizers tell us they are stepping up security in light of what happened this past sunday in las vegas. reporting live from vista point, in marin county, bob redell, "today in the bay." >> thanks so much. a lot of good ideas there. nbc bay area has you covered on fleet week. you can find an entire list of events taking place throughout the weekend on www.nbcbayarea.com. 6:07. bringing more jobs to the bay area. a are you port that says tesla could be planning a major expansion. >> kris sanchez joins us live from fremont to explain how many jobs this could create. could be exciting for folks. >> reporter: yeah, good morning
to you, laura and scott. this is a piece of property that is enough for potentially 1,000 workers. we'll show the area we are talking anlt. these are two buildings on dumbarton circle. about 200,000 square feet total. on the map, you can see there are about 11 miles from the tesla factory off 880, where we are now and the palo alto headquarters. the factory employs thousands of people. mercury news reported george avalos prok the story following the paper trail from the public documents to the developing firm readying those buildings for you. we were intrigued so we reached out to tesla and the developing firms. we have not heard back but will keep trying. more jobs are good, but this is happening on the 880 corridor, which we reported last month is the fifth worst commute in the bay area. with the good comes, perhaps a
challenge. we won't call it bad. in fremont, kris sanchez, "today in the bay." >> thanks, kris. 6:08. a clear and chilly start. your coat is a necessity, especially in the north bay. fairfield, 47. napa and santa rosa, 42 degrees. it is 54 in san jose. let's talk about this morning commute and those temperatures that will start out in the upper 30s at 7:00 but then look at how it warms up as we go through the day. talk about a wide range in temperatures today. you have to be prepared for it all. in some spots, it's going to heat up to 90 degrees. san francisco, 73 and oakland expect a high of 78 degrees. mike, you are talking ability oakland now. >> that's right. a crash in oakland. the roads are well for most of the bay. a little slowing to the south and hayward. we expect that. this is going to the stadium
area. eastbound 580 heading into san leandro. shy of davis we have a crash, reportedly blocking one lane. it sounds like a deer was hit in the area. may be chp activity. the sensor is going to show a problem. the commute is here, westbound, 17 minutes to 238 past that same area and heading to the back up at the bay bridge toll plaza. it's typical about now. back to you. >> thank you, mike. 6:10. coming up next on "today in the bay," whole food shoppers exposed to hackers. the stores where hackers may have accessed credit card information. what you need to know to protect yourself. you are watching "today in the bay."
it's 6:13. a clear start this morning and a warm jacket needed as we take a live look outside in san jose. a little bit of light in the sky. we are getting the sunrise this morning at 7:08. let's go to santa clara to check out the temperature trend. we'll be at 50 degrees at 7:00 and seeing those temperatures make it to the lower 80s today. warmer this afternoon. that continues for the start of the weekend. a look at the full weekend forecast coming up at about 6:18. looking over here toward the tri-valley, these times are great. i'm checking out reports of something going on around the
dublin interchange. these travel times are great. here is the south bay. no delays here. back to you. >> that looks nice. thank you, mike. it is 6:14. happening now, the search is on for this man, accused of robbing a woman at gunpoint on bart. police say he robbed the woman back in september. he pointed a handgun at the woman, then took her purse. he then got off at the south hayward station. police say he's been seen near the 81st avenue in brooklyn. 6:14. we have details about the impact of a data breach of whole foods had in the area. eight locations are involved. people who used the in-store restaurants and tap rooms may have had their credit card information exposed. the main check-out registers were not affected. cupertino, dublin, mill valley, san jose, santa clara and walnut creek were hit as well as two
stores in san francisco. if you are wondering what it costs to build a modern day spaceship, we have the answer. an online start-up site called build zoom included the construction costs. $427 million. another $179 million went into the steve jobs theater where the iphone unveiling was held. it is said to have cost $1.1 billion. apple, so far, is not commenting. other business and tech news, get ready to pay more for netflix. >> let's check in with courtney reagan at cnbc. good morning. >> good morning to you. we got the monthly jobs report. a loss of 33,000 jobs for the month of september. that is a big number downward. we haven't seen that in a long time. that's largely because of the impact of hurricanes in texas and florida last month. futures are indicated lower, but only slightly so because of that
caveat. we should note the s&p 500 index was up marking the longest winning streak. we'll watch to see if things continue. the dow closing up 113 points. the nasdaq adding 50 points to 6585. costco is facing off with amazon in that increasingly competitive grocery business. they launched two delivery options. offering 500 nonperishable items with two-day delivery. they will have the choice of roughly 1700 items, including fresh groceries for same-day delivery. costco is the third largest grocery retailer after walmart and kroger. netflix is raising fees as they continue to invest heavily in its own original content. it is expensive, so passing it
on to consumers. going up by $1. the top plan offers streaming on four devices in hi-def is going up by $2 to $13.99. the basic plan will stay at $7.99 a month. back to you. >> all right. we didn't know what plan we were on. we need to check. 6:17 now. a big weekend at the box office if you want to go up. a follow up to brave runner hitting theaters. ryan gosling and harrison ford who starred in the original starred in blade runner, 2049. it takes place in los angeles in the future. he finds a secret that could destroy society. ryan gosling, don't do that. >> he's got kate winslet.
the plane goes down in the idaho wilderness. if you are looking for something more kid frepdly, check out my little pony, the movie. twilight sparkle. they have to work together to stop it. my little pony is rated pg. >> that looks super good. yeah. >> there you go. you can review it for us. >> i will. >> you might be heading to the movie theaters to find air-conditioning. it is going to be warmer this weekend. it is going to feel more like summer. we are talking upper 80s and some spots hitting 90 degrees. it's a really cold start this morning, especially in the north bay where we dropped to the lower 40s, again this morning. this is the weather we have had most of the week. in san francisco and palo alto, 55 degrees. we have a good spread in temperatures and then as we go through the day, we are heading
into the upper 80s for much of the south bay. morgan hill tops out at 89 degrees. as we move to the east bay and the tri-valley, danville, 90 today. oakland, 78 degrees. the peninsula at 70 in half-moon bay. san mateo, 83 degrees. san francisco, the embark day roar, 73. people lining up for the fleet week air show today. it will be 71 and 86 degrees today in sonoma. if you are going out for the early morning jog in san jose, it's going to be 50 degrees. then, if you are leaving later, it starts to feel very nice and comfortable. a little on the warm side for those joggers by early afternoon, low 80s. then half-moon bay, we are going to reach up to 70 degrees. we have to give you the heads up about the risk of rip currents and those sneaker waves. never turn your back to the water. that is the concern as more people head to the beach. it will be warm for the inland
areas. san francisco, not bad at all. beautiful weather for fleet week festivities and the inland valleys, up to 88 degrees tomorrow. then starting to cool down with gusty winds. mike, what are you following in the tri-valley? >> a couple instances. i want to show, pretty much a typical friday, a lighter drive. things kicking in in hayward, a pretty usual pattern. we have 680 with slowing. it's recovering and moving south through this area and west 580. we start with west 580 and the live camera. heard about a disabled vehicle. i scanned the area. no disturbance to the flow of traffic. it looks okay. now we look at waze. south 680 is where we have the report. you see slowing here and a wazer did report a crash there like chp reported.
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point-one million dollars to welcome back. our team nbc bay area responds has returned more than $1.1 million to you. >> chris chmura is here with cases we closed this week. >> good morning. that exact total is $1.15 million. we hit that number solving problems of all dollar amounts. here are three from this week alone. we helped a man in cupertino who had trouble with vehicle registration. he got $80 back after we intervened. a woman asked us to help dispute a medical bill that was $153 more than expected. we won. a san francisco women is set to be paid $1100 for damage to her car from a delivery truck. she got nowhere asking herself
for the owner to reimburse her. we got her the $1100 it will take to fix her car. if you have a consumer complaint, call us, 888-996-tips or online, www.nbcbayarea.com/responds. i hope you have a great weekend. >> you as well. here is an airplane with a very special mission allowing passengers to experience zee oh gravity for about 20 seconds at a time. the flight is open to anyone. it will cost you $7,000. it takes off, then ascends at a 50 degree angle and reaches top altitude and over an arc that mimics the earth's curvature. it is used by researchers to prepare equipment for the space station. >> $7,000 for 20 minutes. >> look at scott mcgrew back in 2008. we found this video of you
arriving about a decade ago. >> yeah. >> remember the feeling? >> incredible. this was in a nasa plane. this was the vomit comet. it was fun. >> you look happy, though. >> who wouldn't be. a roller coaster that lasts. >> you are grabbing the wall a lot. >> the first time we went over the top i banged my head on the ceiling. it's padded. >> look at that head of hair. i have known you a long time, my friend. >> yes, bob redell, scott budman and i all had hair. >> you look good. all right, coming up next on "today in the bay," repairing roads. a massive effort under way. ahead of our next rainy season. bart will soon be removing material from one of the popular stations that potentially
start across the bay ea right now, 6:30, we are off to a cool and clear start across the bay area. but, that will change heading into our weekend. taking a live look outside from downtown los gatos. a beautiful way to start the morning. good morning to you. thanks for joining us, i'm laura garcia. >> i'm scott mcgrew. marcus washington has started
the weekend early. apparently, so have i. let's check in with kari hall. >> the coffee really helps. it is cool, too. it will help warm you up in the north bay where we drop to the lower 40s. it's not that cool in san jose at 54 degrees and 55 in san francisco. our high temperatures today, heading into the low to mid-70s over the next several days as well. inland areas, it's going to feel like summer this weekend, upper 80s peaking tomorrow. we'll talk more about that coming up. mike has a crash on the freeway. >> people don't want to hear that on a friday. the rest of the bay moves very well. we'll talk about the south bay in a second. we have westbound 80 slowing. now a crash past the merge right around central, as far as golden gate. we see the slowing pattern and one lane. it may be blocked by the time you get there. here is the build to the upper east shore freeway.
toward the bay bridge, it is a smooth drive. building in the south bay. 101 shows traffic by our camera in san jose. we heard about a crash and that might be why we are having a little build here. i'll check on that and give you a report. back to you. a live look at the mandalay bay hotel in las vegas. the investigation into the deadly mass shooting is expanding. >> in the meantime, the nation is mourning the 58 victims, the line of crosses stands near the welcome sign of las vegas in memory of those who was taken. each cross has the name of the victim as well as the heart. federal agents are learning about the gunman after searching computers and cell phones. jay gray is live in las vegas with the new leads investigators are following. jay? >> reporter: hey, there, good morning, laura. good morning, scott. a lot of information coming from the review of cell phones and
laptops. 12 electronics in all that they have pulled and what they are trying to learn more about paddock. listen, they know by reviewing the laptops, anyway, he had a room at a hotel overlooking grant park in chicago this summer, on the same weekend that lollapalooza was going on, the music festival there. they believe that he was reviewing, according to the laptop, events and hotels near fenway park in boston. investigators say that's a clear sign he was targeting a large crowd before he carried out the shooting along the strip. we also know that his girlfriend in this case, marilou danley is cooperating with the fbi as well as las vegas police. she told them that she believes he had some kind of mental problem that may have led to this, that he would spend days laying in bed screaming and yelling, oh, my god. investigators have reviewed his
history, both physically and mentally. they say they haven't found anything to lead them to think it wauz trigger for what happened here. that's the big thing here, scott and laura. they have a lot of evidence they are compiling, not only on the ground, but through interviews and reviewing electronics. the one thing they don't have is why. they can't understand why this is happening. that's one thing a lot of us who have been watching, hope they can determine at some point. >> completely. exactly. thank you so much, i know you have been there all week. continuing to dig for information there. it is 6:33 right now. more details we have on the investigation, authorities looking into if stephen paddock had another target while shooting. they found bullet holes 2,000 feet away at the tanks at the airport. it's unclear if they were targeted or if the bullets
ricocheted. they were never in danger of exploding. we are going to stay on top of this on air and online for coverage and more on how they are remembering the victims. head to our website, www.nbcbayarea.com. new this morning, one person is hurt after a bad crash in fremont. it happened before 11:00 on cato road near the tesla warehouse. a pick-up truck slammed into a big rig turning into a the facility. the search continues this morning for a man who san mateo police are calling a skirt peeper. he secretly took pictures up a woman's skirt on september 17th. this surveillance shows him following the victim, waiting until she bent over and taking a picture. >> she quickly walked into target, not knowing the male followed her. when she was contacted by loss prevention, she knew who they were speaking about.
>> officers say it is important to stay individuvigilant. here is another look at the suspect. if you recognize him, call police. bart is getting ready to make changes from a station. they are going to remove material that could be hazardous. >> pete suratos has more with the information commuters need to know. crews are getting ready to remove asbestos there. >> reporter: that's right, laura and scott. they are going to start removing this starting monday. the removal process is part of the preparation to install panels in different areas of the powell street station. asbestos is common in older buildings. it's not necessarily a hazard, but when you work and it is when it can potentially be hazardous. the work is going to start monday at three locations. it will be done when the station is closed, before commuters
during those business hours are going to have a protective enclosure in place in that work area. since that removal process can cause dusting or flaking that can make it hazardous for folks. bart is informing them about the removal process. passengers have nothing to fear. it is common practice to remove asbestos from older buildings. we talked to passengers to get their thoughts on the subject. >> if it's dangerous to the public, it's better to get it out. i think, you know, if they know there's a danger. >> know that it's happening. so, if i'm unaware of all this and walking through places, people should know. >> reporter: bart recently removed asbestos as well as lead paint from eight stations this summer. a special filtering system will be in place here at the station to ensure air at the station
remains clean. bart will have safety monitors present during this work process when they are removing the asbestos. bart officials tell me the removal process will take about two weeks. pete suratos, for "today in the bay." >> thank you, pete. oakland just wrapped up three days of repairing potholes. thanks to increased funding, crews have been working overtime. the department of transportation say crews in oakland repaired 18,000 potholes this year. that's more than they did in all of last year. that is great word. i'm sure there are a few more out there yet to be addressed. over here, no reports of problems of potholes. we have a crash in san jose and we are updating the east freeway as well. a crash reported at east mckee. everything is moved to the shoulder. there may be a traffic break. that's why we are seeing
enhanced slowing up from the camera at 680 and past mckee to 880. prepare for that, we show the arrow points to the build upcoming into the area anyway, heading north from capital expressway. we get to the northern portion of east shore freeway and it slows to richmond past the crash at central. one lane reported blocked. almost 40 minutes to the bay bridge toll plaza there. a smooth flow of traffic at the bay bridge. folks may be distracted here. fleet week, there's a lot going on both above the roadway and down in the water. >> in the skies, in the skies. we have the forecast. >> it is friday. really excited about the weekend and seeing the fleet week air show. let's start out with that because we are going to have perfect weather for those festivities later on today,
watching the blue angels. you'll have a lot of sunshine. bring your lawn chair, your blanket and sit there and watch the show go on. now, for tomorrow, also going to see those temperatures in the mid-70s. 82 degrees by the bay and inland areas will be up to 88 degrees. it's going to be a little warmer. it's going to be comfortable out there at the hardly strictly bluegrass tomorrow. it goes on tomorrow as well. from noon, we'll be in the low 70s. the mid-70s throughout the day and then it starts to cool down nicely. it's breezy as well. then on sunday, our winds start to pick up. the temperatures come down a few degrees in some spots. inland, a high temperature of 84 degrees. if you are going to be hitting the road here, a live look at squaw valley and the sierra. it is going to be in the upper 60s. a beautiful weekend, comfortable. dropping below freezing. so, bring a coat. if you are going down to l.a., the warmest temperatures will be
tomorrow, up to 85 degrees. then, ten degrees cooler on sunday. most likely as you are coming back home. carmel valley is going to be very nils. the best beach day will be at 87 degrees and then for the shopping, going to the restaurant and just enjoying the sights for the rest of the weekend is going to be in the upper 70s. let me know what you are doing this weekend and i'll send you the forecast on facebook. i'll have a look at the temperature trend coming up in three minutes. >> sounds good. we look forward to it. 6:40 now. fleet week is ramping up. events happening this weekend and where you can go for some of the best views. live to the big board on the new york stock exchange, dough is down 21 points. the news you need to know is the american economy lost 33,000 jobs in the month of september. the first negative number we have seen since 2010, all due to the hurricanes. "today in the bay" will be back in a moment.
starting to see the sunrise right now at 6:43 on this friday morning. taking a live look outside in san jose. it's all clear start, chilly temperatures, but we warm up quickly. los gatos will be 60 degrees at 10:00, then low to mid-80s throughout the day. it's going to be windy as well. warmer than yesterday and the weekend will be the same. let's talk about that, coming up in five minutes.
at the bottom of your screen, you see flashing lights. i think that was the disabled vehicle heading toward the dublin interchange. traffic flows smoothly here. the south bay and an update for the east bay. >> thanks so much, kari and mike. 6:44, a live look at san francisco. isn't that gorgeous right now? the sunrise. oh! seriously beautiful city by the bay. i could stay on that all day. it's going to be a great weekend. a lot of events start there in just a few hours for fleet week ships go through the bay from 11:00 a.m. bob redell says he watched from treasure island to see it. it's a fun weekend there. >> you will find me on marina green as well. just gorgeous. the man who police say took them on a wild chase last week expected in court. we brought you live, breaking coverage of this, as it
happened. matthew stole a car in alameda, led police on a high-speed chase through the east bay, abandoned the red car, got into the white convertible, forcing the driver to keep going. the driver was able to pull over and the suspect surrendered to police. much needed affordable housing. the project we are talking anlt is in partnership with bart called coliseum objective. half of the units will be rented at below market rate. new video into the news room showing a man chasing and attacking a sawn joaquin deputy. the deputy telling the man to get on the ground. at one point, the man seems to lie down there, then pops back up. now the deputy used a stun gun
on the man. but the man was hit with the stun gun, yelled and charged the deputy anyway, eventually attacking that deputy, got into his car, ran the patrol car. the suspect arrested and booked into jail and in court today. 6:46. we hope you learned more about cryptic, frightening comments for some from the president. it was interesting. >> it was. here is what he said in a meeting with leaders. >> you know what this represents? maybe it's the calm before the storm. >> what storm, mr. president? >> you'll find out. >> now, the president did not answer repeated attempts by reportered to clarify what the storm is going to be. there's nothing leading up to those words, we have no context what he might mean. we have reporters at the white house and watching twitter to see if there's meaning to this and the president may be updating his remarks this
morning. 6:46. former secretary of state, hillary clinton is in the bay area today. she's the keynote speaker at the stanford university forum and conference for democratic values. she'll sign copies of her new book, "what happened." it will be at noon. the event is sold out. hepatitis a outbreak in santa cruz, l.a. and san diego counties is not going away anytime stooon. the outbreak could linger more than a year. people can carry the illness without showing symptoms. as we have been telling you, the contagious liver damaging illness affected 500 people since november. it started in the homeless community. all those infected are in san diego. 70 cases have been reported in santa cruz. >> 6:47. more people are renting in the bay area. it's part of a change in
lifestyle. we look at research from the furman secenter overnight showi the number who rent instead of own has grown 5%. they speculate on reasons. saving for a down payment in the bay area, obviously difficult. millennial, in particular seem to prefer renting because it's easier to pick up and move to a new city. people that use airbnb to rent places to others have to register with the city and pay taxes like a hotel would. this took effect yesterday. it costs 100 bucks to register and there's a $50 renewal per year. a man carrying 90 pounds of water across america. doing all this to raise awareness about water issues. many people are facing around
the world. the journey comes to an end about noon today. at that point, he would have walked more than 3,000 miles. he has a gofundme page if you would like to donate. he's all smiles in the photos. >> holding a big party for him, the navy came in. we have airplanes. welcome james. >> yeah. we have so much going on around the bay area. it doesn't matter what you plan to do, the weather is going to cooperate. we have fleet week. we have hardly strictly, we have conferences going on. as we start out this morning, low 50s in the tri-valley. you are looking live in pleasanton on your screen. on the other side of the screen, the east bay, 48 degrees. you probably have your heater on. 42 in the north bay. cooler temperatures there. then, look at how much it warms up today. we'll be up to 88 degrees in
napa, 90 in concord and 89 in livermore. san jose, a high of 87 degrees and 73 today in san francisco. so, it's kind of hard to dress for this kind of weather because it starts out so cool and you need something to keep you warm. maybe as you take off those layers, you want to be comfortable. short sleeves a good call. the sun glass zs with all that sunshine and sandals. you may be changing up the footwear as well as the day goes on. walking the kids to school this morning, san jose, 50 degrees. as it has day goes along, recess, it warms up quickly. they will take off those jackets and walking home, it's going to be comfortable with short sleeves. maybe you take the kids to school in san jose, driving up the peninsula. it's going to be in the mid-50s, mostly sunny skies. that's why the sunglasses will be needed. as you get ready to head out for lunch, 67 degrees. i wanted to give you a heads up
on what's happening in the tropics or the caribbean. there's a very broad area of low pressure here. this is tropical storm nate. it's moving closer to cozumel and may get more organized as it moves into the gulf of mexico. they are preparing for a landfalling hurricane sunday morning. this will track up along the east coast and will affect more parts of the southeast. so, more updates on that. here at home in san francisco, we are in the low to mid-70s over the next several days. it does cool down early next week. the winds will be picking up by the end of the weekend. gusty on sunday as the temperatures come down. next week, it will feel like fall and the weather we had yesterday. as we check in with mike, three important areas to watch. >> that's right. friday, a lighter volume of traffic. first, start with the south bay, the tri-valley and the east bay here. we start with san jose
northbound. the routes are pushing with the volume. 101, the tougher drive because of the crash at mckee. i didn't hear about anything going on now. they are trying to get the vehicle to the shoulder. it will slow you down at 680 and possibly push more traffic. secondary ya, we are talking the tri-valley. two disabled trucks on the camera approaching the dublin interchange. west 580 is clear. another crash that may present a distraction, but no slowing, there's a build for the tri-valley. the critical dublin interchange for further development. recovering out of richmond and toward berkeley. we have our east shore camera there. here is university. there's a racetrack at golden gate field. the crash cleared at central. that provided an early slowdown. being friday, we might see recovery. a lot of folks heading to the back up at the bay bridge toll
plaza. back to you. >> thanks, mike. coming up, a look at the top stories, including last minute preparations for the bay area's biggest music festival. the security concert goers will see. first, happening now, organizers of the december gun show in las vegas have pulled the plug. the group admitted they didn't want to continue in light of sunday night's massacre. a cancellation was a mutual decision with the casino hosting the show. this year's nobel peace price winner has been announced. it's the international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons. the group hopes to draw attention to the consequences of nuclear weapons. we'll be back in two minutes with more news. stick around. before you head out the door,
here are the top stories on welcome back. before you head out the door on this friday morning, here are the top stories on "today in the bay." >> we begin with a live look of mandalay bay in las vegas. investigators searching for the motive in a deadly mass shooting there. federal agents are learning more after searching computers and cell phones. his brother says something must have changed in the last couple weeks. the gunman's girlfriend told investigators he had mental health issues and would lie in bed crying out, oh my god.
they don't know of mental or physical problems. continuing coverage is next on the "today" show. find out what he researched online ahead of the shooting and why it was an indication he was considering a large attack on a crowd earlier than sunday. the start of the hardly strictly bluegrass festival in san francisco. it starts at noon in golden gate park. more than 500,000 people are expected to attend. san francisco police will have more officers on patrol and police units on hand. live to the tesla factory in fremont. the company looking to expand this morning. the mercury news first broke the story. public alameda shows they leased two office buildings near the dumbarton bridge. it could be enough space for
1,000 workers. kris sanchez reached out to tesla. we are waiting to hear back. teachers looking into a data breach. a rogue website posted names, gpas and class rankings for students at palo alto high school. the information was late. officials are trying to determine how much of the information is legitimate. at least some of it has been verified. 6:58. live to the skies this morning. we are off to a cool and clear start in the south bay. it will start warming up into the weekend, no doubt. >> that's right. pretty warm out there. it's going to be warmer this afternoon. it starts out cold. it will have a wide range in temperatures from the morning to the afternoon. you have to be prepared for it all. in san francisco, highs reaching into the low 70s. then we'll see more 70s into next week. inland areas will feel more like summer starting today, continuing into tomorrow. it's going to be windy on sunday.
high temperatures mid-80s and then those temperatures coming back down for the middle of next week. a lot of things going on, of course people talking about fleet week and we are going to have great weather for that. i don't know about that traffic though, mike. >> you know, there's going to be some. >> it's a problem out there, though. >> in the south bay. we start here. san jose, the live look shows the traffic really jamming up. this is significant for a friday. there is a crash as we look at the map, north of this camera shot. it's past the camera and toward the scene. we have been talking about a crash there. that's not good news. stick with me on twitter. meanwhile, the rest of the bay does show a relatively smooth friday commute. a lighter flow of traffic. out of the roadway, no major injuries. the back up of the bay bridge. >> that looks good. >> that's what's happening "today in the bay." we are back with a live, local news update. join us for nbc bay area news at 11:00.
have a wonderful friday. >> yeah, have a great weekend. see you monday morning. >> monday? the tropical storm battering central america, already killing more than 20 people. and hurricane watches are now posted for the entire gulf coast, as the storm slowly makes its way to the u.s. ominous warning? >> could be a phenomenal storm. >> what storm, mr. president? >> you'll find out. >> president trump raising eyebrows with that cryptic comment during a photo op with senior military leaders. what is he talking about? more targets. officials say the las vegas gunman researched other locations to attack. fennway park in boston. thlo