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right now at 11 -- the 49ers taking sides when it comes to gun control. right now at 11:00, the 49ers taking sides when it comes to gun control. the team partnering with law enforcement agencies and calling for the ban of bump stocks of guns. good morning, thanks for joining us for our midday newscast i'm marcus washington. >> and i'm laura garcia. let's get to bob redell, he's live in santa clara. we're expecting to hear soon from the team itself on how they plan to go to combat this gun violence, bob. >> reporter: well good morning to you there, laura and marcus, this pledge that the 49ers are signing behind me comes in the wake of the controversy surrounding players who have been kneeling during the national anthem. this is a movement that was started here at levi tame by former quarterback colin
kaepernick. it's a movement that critics see not only as disrespectful to the flag, but to the military and law enforcement as well. but the players who are kneeling say they are trying to bring attention to racial injustice in this country. in an e-mail this morning, the 49ers indicated this pledge is a continuation of their efforts to help address those underlying causes that the players are protesting for. in 45 minutes, the team owner and ceo, the san jose police officer's association and the other law enforcement organizations will sign a pledge for more understanding and safer america by signing this the 49ers and police are promising to back legislation that'll ban armor piercing bullets, gun silencers, and bump stocks. those turn semiautomatic weapons into fully automatic weapons like what the shooter in las vegas used to kill all those people. both sides agree to better mental health services and the 49ers will also team up with police to create public service announcements to foster better relations between officers and
the community. >> when you talked about players talking and players kneeling is we're asking you not to kneel. come take a seat at the table, be a leader, be a leader like some of the associations that have come across the nation, be a leader like jed and his executive team that he's truly one of the only owners that have reached out to sit down and make a pledge on concrete issues. >> reporter: there are eight law enforcement organizations signing today's pledge. you heard from the san jose police officer's association, also unions representing officers from los angeles, santa clara county, oakland, portland, sacramento, long beach, and the sergeants benevolence association of the nypd. the 49ers pledged a half million dollars to this campaign and asking other nfl teams to join them in this pledge. reporting live here outside levi stadium in santa clara, bob redell, nbc bay area news.
>> thank you bob. you could tell it was sunny out there on bob's face and a live look outside from santa jose, our other top story this morning, another hot day late in october. kari's got a look at the forecast. kari, we need to keep the summer clothes out. >> a lot of people hitting up the beach as we look live at ocean beach. it is comfortable there, we don't get a lot of days like this where we have an offshore wind flow and that brings in the much warmer temperatures. as we look live at the reservoir, it is beautiful, bright, and sunny, yes, temperatures are warming up quickly, already at 75 degrees there and this is above our average high temperature we should be at about 72 degrees in san jose and we're at 75. and we have not even made it close to our -- what's going to be our high temperature today. we're at 68 in oakland and san francisco with some low 60s in the north bay and then as we look at those highs and where we're headed for today into the
upper 80s for the north bay. and in concord, expect a high of 91 degrees, also 91 in morgan hill, livermore 90 degrees and palo alto, upper 80s. we will talk about a gradual cooldown in that forecast heading into the weekend, more on that coming up a little bit later. >> all right. we'll look forward to it, thank you very much. house of representatives passed a budget, it is a critical thing for the party by a narrow 216-212 margin. the house passed the fiscal year 2018 budget already approved by the senate. the budget is a necessary hurdle before the gop dominated congress can begin work at $1.5 trillion tax cut bill. 20 republican house members voted against the budget, many from high tax states of new york and new jersey. every republican from california voted to pass it. >> we have republicans in congress who are in their dna committed to a mission of giving tax breaks to the wealthiest
people in our country. in fact the budget they put forth in that budget 82% of the tax cuts would go to the top 1%. >> the bay area's nancy pelosi there. with scott mcgrew will talk about what the tax changes might mean for you. it's always coming up in just a few minutes. international travelers beware, new rules will go into effect for passengers flying into the u.s. >> this comes after the trump administration ordered tighter security screenings at airports. pete soranos joins us now with what those new rules are. >> reporter: good morning back in the news room and as far as the new security guidelines go, there was a deadline set by the trump administration, so those new guidelines are going to kick in today. it applies to any u.s. inbound flight. now here's how it's going to be work. there's going to be a closer expectation. personal electronic devices. there's also more security and passenger areas around the
aircraft. and more thorough interviews where passengers checking in with the hopes of identifying terrorists. now these changes were announced in the past summer after intelligence suggested isis was able to smuggle explosives into laptops. now one of the top concerns for homeland security are that terrorists can travel through multiple countries before boarding a flight to the u.s. i did get a chance to speak with a passenger this morning here at sfo who is heading to asia about what he'll encounter when he returns to the u.s. >> it obviously it just makes it slightly more difficult. it's a continuation of security theater. it's been going on since 9/11. and you're either used to it or not. >> reporter: now some domestic airlines are advising folks goat their airport early to get to prepared for the new security guidelines. tsa says a lot of security changes have been implemented by airports, so there might not be much of a change. at sfo, nbc bay area news. >> all right, pete, thanks so much for that one. now the search continues for the driver who hit an
80-year-old man in pleasant hill. the victim was found bleeding from his head near the bed, bath, and beyond. investigators say that the suspect's vehicle may have had minor damage to it. the victim is expected to survive. up to a dozen football players at antioch high school have been disciplined after they reportedly sexually harassed a group of girls. i spoke with the school's principal this morning and he tells me that after interviewing students, witnesses, and reviewing cell phone video, six of the players on the junior varsity team were suspended. he says that the players made rude and vulgar comments to the girls on monday as they passed the locker room. this happened a week after those students attended a seminar addressing sexual assault and bullying. response to the player's actions, the junior varsity game scheduled for tonight has been canc cancelled. students and snaf san francisco are worried about their worry. concerns about lead contamination are prompting school leaders to shut down drinking fountains a the three schools. samples from taps at west portal
and malcolm x elementary schools along with international high schools contained to elevated lead levels. the district says the problem is due plumbing. and metal leaching into the water. the actual water supply is considered safe. lead was discovered during voluntary testing and the schools will provide bottled water until those problems are fixed. well this morning investigators continue to untangle new information released in a kidnapping case near redding. new evidence actually appears to contradict the victim's story. >> last year sherry papini disappeared while jogging prompting a manhunt. 22 days later on thanksgiving day, a trucker found her battered and abandoned in yolo county. investigators released fbi sketches this week right here of two of the women papini claimed abducted and abused her. male dna as well as female dna was found on her clothing and her husband's 911 calls recently released. >> just drove down there and i saw her phone with her
headphones because she started running again and i found her phone, and it's got hair ripped out of it like in the headphones. i'm freaking out somebody grabbed her. >> what's your address? >> investigators say keith papini passed a polygraph test and was cleared in this case. they also revealed that day before sherry disappeared, she exchanged text messages with a michigan man who she planned to meet when he came out west for business. detectives questioned the man and cleared him too. and when she was found, they say that she had not only been sexual assaulted but her kidnappers branded her. investigators say the scarf papini's shoulder did not -- it's on her shoulder but they did not say what that mark is. happening today, if you ride b.a.r.t., you've probably seen them, people jumping the gate to avoid paying the fares. now b.a.r.t. police are considering taking another step to crack down on fare evaders. b.a.r.t. officials are going to
discuss a fair checking system. it would impose fans on those caught on trains without paying. game on full of baseball fans. game two of the world series last night, houston even things out. one game apiece with the wild 11 inning win against the dodgers. >> and jordan springer's home run capped the record eight home runs in a world series game. the final score there, astros 7, dodgers 6, that's not the only things fans were talking and tweeting about. giants fans could appreciate last night's first pitch which included legendary dodgers broadcaster vince sculley. >> it's time for dodger baseball. >> the voice still impacts. and you may remember the nearly 90-year-old sculley retired last year after calling dodgers games since 1950. >> you know what's funny, i've seen that clip numerous times
and it makes me smile. still ahead, kell log's apologizing for what one of it's cereal boxes showed. we're going to tell you why people found the cartoons on this box offensive and what kelloggs is doing about it. plus uber says it has a super uber offer. we'll look coming up in business and tech. this is the new comfort food.
and there you have it. workers with bc actually opening bell right through there ringing that. talking about the dow today. the dow is up 96 points and stocks actually rose after twitter and ford earnings beat the street. the dow jumped # 00 points. as we reported just a few moments ago, the house has passed the budgets that clears the way for capitol hill to work on tax reform. >> and those reforms could reduce the amount of money you're allowed to put in your 40 #k and scott, a big fight ahead
here. >> yeah, we thought this fight was settled a couple days ago, the president declared there was no way that the republican tax plan would slash the amount of money you'd be allowed to put in your 401k, tax deferred. right now the limit is 18,000, the republican tax proposal suggested that that dropped to around 2,000 to which the president said, absolutely not. that would be an increase on middle class taxes. and we thought that was a done deal. so too did the president. take a listen. >> i wanted to end that quickly. 401ks to me are very important and they're important because that's one of the great benefits to the middle class. i didn't want that to go too far. that's why i ended it very quickly. >> but today's vote on the budget in the house clears the way for the senate to start working on tax reform and the way they've got it structured so far, under reconciliation, they'll just need 51 votes. that's a simple majority to pass it and it looks like that 401k
issue is still in the tax bill. tesla has reportedly laid off hundreds of workers from solar city, you'll recall tesla bought solar city late last year. this comes after hundreds of layoffs at tesla, in fact, tesla says it's letting poorer performers go, both at tesla and it's solar city. uber, an yauber credit card. gives you money back on purchases and then you can dump that money into your uber kkts and kbruz it for free rides. now, that's what you get out of it. what uber gets is even more data about you, right? not only will it know you like to be dropped off say a certain bar on a friday night, it'll know how much you spent there before they pick you back up. back to you. >> oh, thanks, scott. well continuing coverage now of our story, scott mcgrew first reported on today in the bay wednesday morning. we're talking about the amazon key, it's the company's way of et willing you unlock your door remotely to let the delivery person inside your home. this can only be used one.
the reaction from many has been one of concern, of course over the safety. sales of new homes in the u.s. have soared to the highest level in a decade. the commerce department says new home sales jumped 18.9% in september to adjust to 667,000. that's the most since october of 2007. it's a sign americans who have been unable to find existing homes are now turning to new construction. but here in the bay area, new study showing the bay area cities with the fastest rising rents according to data, rent in mountainview, petaluma, and walnut creek continue to soar while rent in berkeley, oakland, and san francisco considered to be dropping dramatically. ups saying it'll raise rates on services by nearly 5%. the rate increase will apply to ups ground, air, and international services and will go into effect on december 24th. now the rise is e commerce and online retailers like amazon are
increasing the amount much deliveries to residential addresses which in turn increases costs for shipping companies. ups isn't the only one, fedex announced last month it will raise rates on it's express unit by 4.9% on july -- january rather, january 1st. kellogg says it is redesigning corn pop cereal boxes after a complaint about a racially insensitive art on the packaging. look, the cereal maker will replace the cover drawings of competitor toon characters. the characters are shopping and playing, but the single brown character on the box was working as a janitor. someone tweeted that out and it went viral. kelloggs responded within hours apologizing. let's take a look outside now looking live at san francisco on your left, and fremont on your right. beautiful day, the sun is out, it's shining, definitely not temperature wise what we would expect for the fall. >> yeah, no kidding. when will it finally cool down,
not today, kari. >> not today, we have a few more days of really warm temperatures and we reached the peek of the heat on tuesday, but we are still in with some well above average temperatures in many spots could be setting some records again today. so as we take a live look outside in downtown san jose, it's 77 degrees there. and then we move on over towards this side, my camera went out there, but it was very nice shot. it's 68 degrees as we take a live look outside at tiburon, nothing but clear skies and then we want to talk about the possible record today and how close we'll be in some spots. so i think concord could set a new record today. we'll be well below in san francisco, but livermore may tie the record and we may also tie the record in san jose. so we know it's not supposed to be this warm. we were talking about some low 90s in the south county and in a gilroy today, expect a high of 92 degrees. cooper tee know will be up to 87. and we'll have some upper 80s to
low 90s from danville over toward antioch, 87 degrees there, also 87 in fremont and for san mateo, 85 degrees today. we may make a little bit of progress towards some slightly cooler temperatures today in half-moon bay, but it's all dependent on those winds and the small shift can make all the difference and how quickly those temperatures rise. in the marina district, 82 degrees in engelside, 80 there. and napa today, 88 degrees. so if you're getting ready to head out. we'll be at 79 degrees and then slight warm-up by 1:00, 2:00 we're at 81 degrees. so, i think for a lot of people you just get that sandwich and head back into the office. and if you could make it a beach day, it's going to be really nice in santa cruz right there along the water. our temperatures making it up to 80 degrees and cooling back quickly as you get ready to head back over the summit and then most likely at that time, you'll go sit in traffic.
we will have those temperatures that will be in the upper 80s in the south bay for the rest of the afternoon. we see them how quickly those temperatures jump up. for the rest of the day. now san francisco will keep those well above average temperatures through at least saturday, we'll be up to 73 degrees. still a really nice weekend. and then we get a bigger cooldown on sunday into early next week and it's just in time for halloween. and then looking at the inland areas into the upper 80s. few spots reaching the low 90s and 85 degrees on 76 degrees, now that is going to be a big improvement over all the warmth we've had all week. next week looks much cooler, unfortunately, there's not a drop of rain anywhere in this forecast. we will take a look at some things going on around the bay area for the weekend. that's coming up a little bit later. >> sounds good. >> look forward to it. warriors star clay thompson had some very special guests during last night's game in oakland. i'll let you in on why each of
his shots during the next few games are important to the guests and neighbors. first happening now, at&t park is just announced it will host events for the north bay wild fire victim. tickets for the november 9th concert go on sale tomorrow. and rain removal in top priority today. right now federal and state officials are discussing the safe test practices for removing houses in the north bay after all of those fires. follow our twitter feeds for more news. we'll be back here though in two minutes. worsens - the bay area is
the south bay. police released video showing them. police say the men are part of a criminal group ... targeting high- police released this video right here showing those men. police say that they are part of a criminal group targeting high end brothels across the bay area. police say three others right here arrested in los angeles county, investigators say the groups are responsible for a string of robberies and violent crimes. that includes the execution-style shooting at north san jose apartment last month. police say that those men targeted brothels in san jose, mil piece, and south san francisco all within 48 hours. now a big development in the story we've been following here for years. it looks like martin's beach in san mateo county will remain open to the public. california supreme court has declined to hear an appeal from the beaches billionaire owner. we found that decision for you overnight. it means a lower court ruling
requiring the beach to be open to the public will stand. now for years the beach was a popular public destination. it was bought in 2008 and closed it off for public access. years of legal battles have followed, but again it should be now open to the public. points with a purpose. warriors star playing with a little extra fire in his belly to help fire victims. >> you know, and he's so talented anyway. clay thompson, he's taking it to the rim to raise money to help those affected by the recent wild fires. here's sheryl herd. >> reporter: for the first time in two and a half weeks, those sitting next to her had something to cheer about.
they are special guests of clay thompson. >> it feels pretty special, he's a great player. >> reporter: and generous, thompson is donating $1,000 a point during this three-game home stand. >> i know a lot of people in the north bay come to watch us play. a lot of them lost their homes and everything they had. even loved ones. so i knew i could -- talked about wanting to be big in the community and the bay area, there is a great step towards that. >> reporter: one of the sponsors will raise and hundreds of others are planning to match what clay does. already people have pledged some $250,000. >> it shows clay's commitment to communities, awareness, i think all of our guys do such a good job of really being aware of helping other people around them. >> reporter: sheryl herd, nbc bay area news. coming up, millions being donated to the north bay fire victims, how much of that money
will go to them? nbc bay area investigates next. hey folks before we go to break, i want to show you how the join the community on the waez application as well as the power of google. let's go to your waez app and in the bottom corner, there's going to be a magnifying glass when you fire up that app. click on that, then you'll click at your name at the top. scroll down and you'll pick ours. nbc bay area waezers, that's how you join the community. that's how we help each other out. we'll get back to you right after this break. of the north bay fires.
the money has been flowing in. donors -- across america -- have given $7m to the red cross we're turning now to our coverage of the north bay fire. that money has been flowing in. they have given $7 million to the red cross to help the fire victims, but how much does that money see? >> the response to the valley
fires two years ago. our senior investigative reporter vickie we know is looking into it. >> reporter: at the valley fire in 2015 as the donations piled up and community members launched angry social media campaigns criticizing the efforts of the red cross. tonight we'll tell you what they've changed and how your donations will be spent to help the people in this disaster. >> so when the fires broke out, nobody knew how big they were going to be. >> reporter: donated to the red cross in santa rosa with trevor wiigens. >> they go out. >> reporter: northern california region ceo. supplies and logistics flowed from here for 900 volunteers working each day across the north bay. still, some 3,000 people have signed a petition calling for the red cross to leave napa and some local volunteers in sonoma county say they were pushed away. >> kind of felt like a strong arm, i guess. >> reporter: the patterson brothers provided round the lock
laundry services one day but refused by others the next. an example they say of miscommunication between the $2.5 billion nonprofit and local relief efforts. >> come in here and ask what's needed rather than telling us what's needed. and try to work with the community. >> reporter: two years ago during the valley fire, a facebook campaign complaining about the red cross went viral. the organization admits it was not prepared to shelter people for two weeks and it didn't have a way to accept help from hundreds of volunteers or process their donated goods. >> every time there is a disaster, there seems to be those organizations that step up and are vocal about criticizing the red cross. >> i can't speak to why they want to criticize, but i know the reason they want to help. it's a stressful environment. i'm sure there's times where the wrong thing is said or the wrong decision move quickly to adjust that if it does happen. >> reporter: the red cross opened 18 shelters at the peek
of this fire storm providing 27,000 overnight stays. now down to four shelters, the red cross is transitioning to provide financial help. >> 91 cents on every dollar for a designated disaster will be needed here. >> reporter: the seven million donated so far will pay for $125 debit card for fire victims. the money also pays for medical equipment and funeral costs donated funds also go towards fuel, food, and supplies. what happens to the money once the initial response is done and the community moves into the rebuilding phase? >> we are very sensitive, once the initial response costs are met, the remaining funds are used for long-term recovery. >> give us a sense of what that covers. >> direct financial assistance to families to help them with, you know, rental assistance, moving into a new home, could be mental health support or additional health needs that come up in the community. and other disasters we've also done grant partner agencies. >> reporter: as a result of the
valley fire, the red cross established a system to quickly train an influx of volunteers. 12,000 people have signed up since the north bay fire ignited and many are already helping. the red cross also partnered with goodwill to take in donated goods instead of refusing them. an important note. if you want your donation to go help the victims of the north bay fire, you have to specify that or it will go to the statewide fire relief fund. with the investigative unit, i'm vickie wynn, nbc bay area news. >> and if off story for our investigative unit, give us a call. or visit our website, nbc bay area.com/weinvestigate. now to a story you'll only see on nbc bay area, testimony in the kate steinly murder trial continues today. we have details this morning and we've obtained video from the day of that tragic shooting. the footage was shown to jurors yesterday. from a fire boat and it shows
the minutes before the shooting at san francisco pier 14. images are grainy, but that green arrow is highlighting a chair that the defendant, jose garcia reportedly sat on. the defense argued several people were hovering around the chair and they may have left the weapon that was used in that shooting. the point being the video might cast doubt that he stole the gun from the car of the federal agent. >> we looked at that. we identified a grouping of, you know, six people gathered at that very seat, not in the general vicinity, but at that very seat. >> people in the courtroom gasped as the video was shown. once again testimony continues today. and nbc bay area's very own sam brock is in that courtroom, in fact, right now. tweeting out just moments ago that this morning the federal agent whose stolen gun was used in the kate steinly killing just testified. the defense already asking him do you think the weapon was
forward safely? recent shootout at a san francisco house party is putting new pressure on short term rental companies to follow regulations. that shooting happened two weeks ago at this home in bartel heights. gang members fired at each other during a crowded party leaving two people injured. turns out the house was being listed illegally on sites like airbnb and bbrbo. that's because the homeowner lives overseas and the home was not registered. there are regulations that should have been prevented this from being. >> had abnb prevented it from being implemented, we would have prevented this horrific incident in the city. >> airbnb recently settled that lawsuit and is now starting to comply. but in the meeting at bartel heights last night, neighbors argued it's not happening fast enough. the shooting of four people in lake county this week is expected to enter a plea. police say this is surveillance
video of allan ashmore. he answered to 22 charges in court yesterday accused of shooting and killing his father and another man near his clear lake home on monday. two other victims including a chp officer suffered minor injuries. ashmore will be back in court in two weeks. well there are new questions this morning about how the orange county fire authority handled so-called canyon fire. right now, there are concerns about the timeline and actions of some of the fire agencies. the kenya fire began on october 9th and burned more than 9,000 acres before it was contained more than a week later. during that time, 25 structures were destroyed and 55 more were damaged. and four people were injured. despite those concerns, the fire cheer says he's proud of the work the firefighters did on the front line. >> we're devastated, homes were lost. i'm devastated. but the number that were saved,
three to 400 is because of people like this. >> and today, he is expected to call for an independent and unbiassed review to help learn if they could have done things differently. well people in a peninsula city as they were not warned about a store opening up, that store demotion selling guns. >> as nbc bay area reports, now the city is being pushed to change how it permits gun stores. >> how does a shop that sells guns come into our community without anybody being aware of it? >> ron and about a dozen neighbors showed up at the san carlos city council meeting this week asking city leaders to stop an outdoor stores that sells guns from moving in. >> the last thing we need is more guns being circulated. >> reporter: they learned about turners outdoorsman plans to move in on social media. >> if you go to the downtown areas or the retail areas, it's teaming with children. so we just to want make sure that the shops that come into this area reflect that.
>> reporter: the san carlos city manager says they need the police chief to secure a security plan because it sells gun, but there is no requirement to inform the public. >> nothing in the municipal code that requires the city to inform the residents about the activities. >> reporter: they may change after hearing from dozens of people who are opposed to a second gun retailer in town, the city council will consider requiring a special use permit for gun retailers. and looking to a temporary ban on new gun stores. outside the swim academy which is located in the same complex as the store, reaction is mixed. >> as long as they follow the laws and the guns -- they're kept safe and everyone's got a background check, i don't really have a problem with it. >> some of our employees have gotten broken into and chipotle got broken into a few weeks ago. knowing that there's already a little bit of a crime that there's guns may might break in
then steal all the guns. >> that's jean ellie reporting. nbc bay area reached out to the outdoorsman and waiting for a response. san carlos city council says it is expecting to hear from people on both sides of the issue at it's next meeting in november. coming up kari hall is tracking your thursday forecast. how hot? >> pretty warm on the peninsula for those outdoor activities after school. it's going to be in the mid-80s today. so if you do have to be out there make sure you take lots of breaks and drink lots of water. we will talk about cooler temperatures ahead as we go into next week. that's coming up. release of classified government
files about the assassination of president john now to today's much anticipated release of classified government viles about the assassination of john f. kennedy. >> what are we going to learn and will they satisfy all of those conspiracy theorists? here's peter alexander. >> reporter: that infamous drive through dallas is viewed far reaching conspiracy theories for more than a half century. and today americans could learn new details about what one of the country's enduring mysteries. federal law requires the national archives released all of it's jfk files by today. did lee harvey oswald act alone. did the u.s. government know more than it previously led on? and was oswald under
surveillance during a trip to mexico city where he visited both the soviet and cuban embassy. >> the real story maybe is that the cia knew only seven weeks before the assassination that oswald may have threatened the president, he returns to october and they told no one. >> reporter: multiple federal investigations concluded oswald was the lone gunman. his own story dying when he was shot shortly after his arrest. still americans aren't convinced to this day more than 60% believe kennedy's assassination was a conspiracy. an abrupt end to cam lot. it's almost like the film broke in our lives. >> it broke from one era of glamour and excitement and hope. >> reporter: the future looked very bright. and then it was over. in a flash. the national archive says we assume that much of what will be released will be to the assassination. but historians will be eagerly pouring over more than 3,000
long-sealed files hoping they receive a personality profile of oswald. whether the fbi had evidence he was openly bragging about plans to kill kennedy and maybe even a hand-written letter from first lady jackie kennedy detailing funeral arrangements. 54 years after a tragic death, the jfk mystery remains alive. >> i think that we will never be able to put a period at the end of the sentence lee harvey oswald acted alone and have everybody agree. it's never going to go away. >> and no matter what those records say that people will still have their own idea of what happened. >> yeah, definitely so. very interesting to see though. so much time. all right. shall we head outside? >> let's. >> while we're inside enjoying the air-conditioning, it's another hot day in october. should we wait for november for things to finally cool down? let's check in with kari hall. >> yeah. >> here we are at the end of
october. can't even believe that we're about to start talking about november now, but it looks like that'll be our next chance of rain not until late next weekend. so here we are with temperatures now in the mid-70s as we take a live look outside in santa rosa, mt. hamilton, with those temperatures there in the upper 70s and then looking live in sunol, it's 72 degrees. as we look at our high temperature for today, some low 90s in east san jose again. pretty much like it was yesterday, our temperatures matching where we were for yesterday's high temperatures, and in livermore, expect a high of 90 degrees. we are going to have those upper 80s and low 90s all around the bay area if you're not along the immediate coast, it is going to be really toasty today. and reaching into the low 80s in san francisco once again, and for the north bay, upper 80s there for this afternoon. in spots like half-moon bay, you will have a great beach day, highs reaching into the low 80s
by 3:00 and then cooling off quickly once we do get a little bit more of that ocean breeze kicking in. we'll go from the low 80s to the low 70s in a matter of a couple of hours. bring a jacket just in case. and then in napa valley, that slow down, the cooldown will be a little bit more slow to happen. after sunset, we'll reach into the low 80s after peeking near 90 degrees. now for that commute for the afternoon through the east bay, as you get ready to head out for your lunch hour, it's going to be in the low 70s, but then look at the difference by the time you get off of work in the upper 80s. so, a huge difference there with the warm-up happening in a snap for the afternoon. you're already making plans for the weekend, so checking out a couple of the places you may be heading in santa rosa, the pumpkin patch on saturday, it's going to be a nice place to be during the morning hours. that'll be when a lot of people get out there. it's going to be in the upper 60s to start and then some upper 70s by 2:00 in the afternoon. we'll hit that high temperature
around 4:00 with 82 degrees. and then it cools off nicely after going to the evening. we have a lot of hours there, so enjoy your time outside. maybe not pick the hottest hours of the day. looking at san francisco today, a few 82 degrees and then 77 degrees tomorrow. we will have much more of a cooldown, especially by the end of the weekend, and also into early next week. while the inland areas will be a near record highs again today, we'll be up to 85 degrees on saturday, and mid-70s on sunday. so that's when you'll really notice the difference. we'll bring it back closer to where we should be for average for this time of year. as we look forward to halloween, it's going to be in the low 70s for the interior valleys and those morning temperatures will really be cool. really talking about some upper 40s, but as you can see, there's no rain here, looks like the mold held off until late next weekend. we'll continue to monitor that. it's been a very dry october. >> thanks so much. but look at this, this is what we're anticipating, right? for this winter, maybe, well,
hopefully so. tahoe ski resorts may soon be connected in fact by a way of a 13,000 foot gone doe la. stop and do the math like we did, it's about two and a half miles in length. the group that owns squaw valley and alpine meadows is talking about constructed the california express. if regulators actually approve it, it may be up and running by the time of the 2019 season, but like a tricky solemn run, there'll be some gates to clear first. one environmental groups are already reportedly coming out against that plan. i want you to check this own out, this is a new car tested publicly for the first time today in england. now the goal is to break the world land speed record set 20 years ago at just over 763 miles per hour. the car's name is blood hound, it sped down the airport's runway today at speeds expected to hit 200 miles per hour. more than 1,000 people watched, it's designers hope to make the
trump tweeted that the passage was "big news." but the president seems to be more house budget today pleased president trump tweeted that the big news. >> but the president seems to be more focussed on other issues taking on critics today touting the great unity within the gop. as kristen welker reports, it comes by two republican senators. >> reporter: president trump's down playing talk of a republican civil war, a scaring on the fox business network. >> we have actually in the republican party in a true sense, we have great unity. >> reporter: evan've twa prominent gop senators bob corker and jeff flake assailed
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halle jackson about his civility, mr. trump touted his intellect. >> could you be more civil? >> well, i think the press makes me more uncivil than i am. you know, people don't understand, i went to an ivy league college, i was a nice student. i did very well. i'm a very intelligent person. >> reporter: the president emboldened after revelations the democrats helped pay for research, originally funded by republican donors that led to that now famous dossier, containing allegations about his potential ties to russia. what's your reactions? >> i think it's very sad what they've done with this fake dossier and i think it's a disgrace. it's just really very -- it's a very sad, it's a very sad commentary on politics in this country. >> that was kristen welker reporting. across the united states is prompting new vaccine recommendations. they're not calling it an
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people are heading out, it's quickly warming up around the bay area. as you get ready to head out, here's high temperatures for today in san francisco. 82 degrees and the rest of the forecast cooled off nicely for next week. i'll just hold on a few more days. we'll go back to fall looking forward to the cooler weather. >> yeah, i am. it'll be nice. >> yes. >> always a pleasure. >> thanks so much for joining us. >> next newscast is at 5:00. have a great day today. >> see you tomorrow.
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