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good morning. it is saturday, december 1st. can you believe it? here's a live look outside from communications hill. thanks so much for joining us. i'm kira klapper. vianey arana has a look at our microclimate forecast. it looks gloomy out there and i saw a lot of rain on my drive in this morning. >> definitely, if you were driving overnight kind of when we come in early, right now the
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majority of the tri-valley and east bay is getting a lot of those showers that were pushing through overnight of the you can see on our satellite radar within the past couple of hours, this showcases how that rain pushes through portions of san francisco, but this is what our current satellite stormranger is looking like. you can see a couple showers in through san francisco, but heavy, heavy rain in through san ra rone and the livermore area. san jose right now taking a break from the rain but we've got light showers that push through palo alto, los gatos right now which means that line of shower you see could make its way over toward san jose, so still tracking those showers to remain on and off over the next couple of hours. i'll take you thorough that timeline and let you know when the rain is supposed to make an exit. >> i need a break in the rain so
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i can get my christmas tree. >> we do. he was a president, a war hero, a cia director, a vice president, the pat tri ark of a political dynasty. he passed away last night at the age of 94 and we pay tribute to his seven decades of service to america. the 41st president of the united states died yesterday after years of failing health and just seven months after his wife's death. his legacy, one of lifelong commitment to his country and the family he dearly loved. here's jessica aguirre. >> i can report to the nation, aggression is defeated, the war is over. >> reporter: it was the peak of a long career parked by high standings in the political and business arenas. born into wealth and privilege, the son of a u.s. senator, bush still joined the navy on his
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18th birthday and became its youngest pilot during world war ii. winning the distinguished flying cross after being shot down over the pacific ocean. following the war, bush married barbara pierce, entered yale university and after graduating moved his young family to texas where he was elected to the house of representatives but lost two bids to be u.s. senator. he did, however, succeed in several high level appointments including director of the cia. >> we want bush! >> reporter: following the failed effort at the republican nomination in 1980, he was named ronald reagan's running mate and in 1988 bush won the presidency but a faltering economy shook american faith in bush that led to losing re-election in 1992 to bill clinton. bush then headed back to houston devoting time to his presidential library and staying active, even parachuting from an
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airplane on his birthdays. he saw two sons become governors and he looked on as george w. became the 43rd president. they raised humanitarian aids for victims of the tsunami in 2004 and in 2005 for hurricane katrina. in 2010, president obama honored bush with the presidential medal of freedom for a life of service to his country that by that time spanned nearly seven decades. but the former president suffered heartbreak when barbara, his wife of 73 years passed away. he mourned with family, friends and former presidents. >> that was jessica aguirre for us this morning. one of bush's many sons, george w. bush broke the news saying in part, jeb, kneel, marvin and i are saddened to announce that after 94 remarkable years our dear dad has died. george h.w. bush was a man of
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the highest character and the best dad a son or daughter could ask for. the flag outside the white house is flying at half-staff along with flags across the country. president trump also released a statement from the g20 summit in argentina saying, through his essential authenticity, disarming wit and unwavering commitment to faith, family and country, president bush inspired generations of his fellow american to public service to be, in his words, a thousand points of light illuminating the greatness, hope and opportunity of america to the world. the 41st president is being remembered this morning for all of his accomplishments and one former aide who lives here in the bay area is remembering the former president's benevolence. shawn walsh was deputy press secretary through bush senior's four year presidential term and during his two terms as vice president. he now lives in oakland. walsh tells us he will best remember the bushes for being just as comfortable with royalty
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as they were with regular folks and that includes all members of the white house staff. we spoke with him by phone last night. >> you were family. you were invited in for a cup of cocoa and a holiday dinner. there was no one that was too small or no one that was too big to get personal attention and i will tell you, that's a quality of humanity that in this political environment is sorely lacking. >> the former president didn't visit the bay area often but one of his most memorable trips was made back in 1989, president bush visited san francisco following the earthquake. this is the photo of him from the "san francisco chronicle" where you can see him surveying the damage. we are still waiting to hear about funeral arrangements from bush's office, the 41st president is expected to lie in state in the u.s. capitol later this week and be honored in texas where he made his mark early in politics. be sure to stay with us for continuing coverage throughout the weekend as we learn more.
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our website, nbcbayarea.com as well as our facebook and twitter pages are being updated around the clock. in just a few hours from now, president trump is scheduled to hold a news conference from argentina where he's attending the g20 summit. also a highly anticipated meeting between president trump and xi jinping who's nations have been embroiled with a trade war on china goods set to take effect a month from now. the president says he and president xi have already spoken and trump says there are some good signs ahead of the meeting. back here locally, the oakland nurse who was at the center of a national immigration debate and was deported to mexico last year will be back in the bay area for christmas. marie mendoza sanchez found out just yesterday she's been given permission to be reunited with her four children. she was an oncology nurse but
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entered the u.s. illegal more than 20 years ago. she needed special government permission. we spoke with sanchez and her attorney by phone. >> i'm very grateful for everybody who did what they did to help me. >> on this temporary visa there's only so long she can stay in the u.s. and then she'll have to go back to mexico. >> on monday, sanchez will meet with immigration authorities in mexico city. she tells us she plans to be back here in the bay area before december 15th. it is 7:08. we have much more ahead on "today" in the bay. the driver suspected of being drunk behind the wheel. how chp officers say they outsmarted the technology to stop the car and arrest that driver? and rain here means fresh snow in the sierra, so many people are excited for so many different reasons. i am a family man.
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it is the first morning of december. here's a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. a wet morning out there for many of us. vianey arana says we'll have morning rain and by 11:00 a.m. things should start clearing out. clear tomorrow and monday, so maybe that will be your chance to go out and get your christmas tree. putting tesla technology to a test to make an arrest. police say alexander sammic fell asleep behind the wheel of his tesla. police had to pull a slow one to stop the high tech car. "today in the bay" has more on the unusual arrest. >> reporter: the man in this video is taking a field sobriety test for california highway patrol officers because they say they found him sleeping in the driver seat as his tesla model s was going 70 miles an hour on highway 101 in redwood city early friday morning. >> approximately 3:37, one of
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our units is driving southbound on 101. >> reporter: chp says those officers couldn't get the tesla driver to pull over so they drove in front of him and started slowing the patrol car down. chp officers think the driver may have been using the tesla's autopilot feature because of what happened next. >> the car started slowing down behind it. >> reporter: other tesla owners know how that happens because they have autopilot too. it doesn't look like there was any front-end damage to the tesla when the vehicle was being towed away. a smokipokesperson for tesla wi not comment on the incident but the tesla drivers' autopilot features are not meant to replace the driver. the sleeping driver they arrested and charged on suspicion of dui is the vice chair of the planning commission
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and cofounder of an upscale hotel chain. just shy of 7:13. we do have much more ahead on "today in the bay." more than two feet of snow in the sierra but the slopes aren't the only spots buzzing with activity. >> our very own stormranger mobile doppler radar is picking up and scanning. we're expecting to see this cold front continue to sweep on through with more rain. i'll break down the timeline for you coming up. take a live lookf
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from sutro welcome back. its 7:15 on your saturday morning. here's a live look outside over san francisco. you can see the clouds there. lots of rain for the northern parts of the bay this morning. things should clear out but cool temperatures, 50 across the bay today. a north bay bank robber is on the loose. here's a photo of the bandit in
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action. he is wanted for robbing a bank on thursday. according to police, he gave the teller a note and demanded money. this may not be his first heist. police say they recognize this same man and he may be connected to two other recent bank robberies. take a look if you can of this side by side comparison, the left, and the right, a san jose bank robbery earlier this month. you can see the similarities in the thief's hat, wig and jacket. the search is on for the person who vandalized a neighborhood christmas tree in a oakville neighborhood. they found the tree chopped up, painted on and practically destroyed. the person was caught right there on surveillance video. so far no arrests have been made. back to the weather now, some fresh powder is a happy sight for skiers and snowboarders and businesses in the tahoe area. we have a look at downtown trekky from last night. the sierra doesn't see heavy
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snow in november but this year's been a little different with four or five feet and counting. "today in the bay's" sam brock is up there with what it means for resorts and local busines s businesses. >> its kicking off the winter. >> reporter: its the straw that stirs the drink of many tahoe based businesses, snow that gets people excited for the season and stoked about places like trucky on a friday night. >> its expensive. if you're coming here from europe to go skiing or if you're coming from new york to go skiing with your family, its a lot of money and so you have a choice whether you can go to colorado or utah or california. >> reporter: and don't think skiers like granville shasta don't discriminate when it comes to the good stuff newly arriving at squaw valley. >> everything's better on the mountain when there's snow on it. no comparison. >> when we have fresh snow like this and we groom it, its
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phenomenal. its beautiful to ski on. >> reporter: public relations director notes that a good november snowfall can spark serious interest. >> we're in a strong spot right now of the we're seeing more and more bookings pick up. people need to see that natural snow. that's what gets them fired up. >> reporter: sam brock, nbc bay area news. what are the odds, sam, hit the slopes, like stayed up there overnight. >> you know what? we got to find these things out. >> we'll have to investigate. let's check in with our weekend forecast. >> its looking good for the slopes but we're still seeing wet roads. please be careful. we got that cold front sweeping through and that's bringing some pounding rain, at least a portion through the bay area. this is what san francisco looks like right now. i want you to notice its gusty out there. 26-miles-per-hour winds right now, gusting also pretty breezy in downtown san jose at about 48
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degrees. they've got that nice christmas in the park set up. its a soggy morning but it should clear out by the afternoon. let me take you to the satellite radar right now. this is our overall satellite where you can see we have some showers push through. now a lot of that is through dublin. for that we're going to send it over to our stormranger it is scanning on top of the mountain. you can see the higher resolution really showcasing the heavier pockets of rain pushing in through san ramon. if i move it down towards portions of san jose, you can see we've got pockets here and there along 680. if you're driving through there, you'll catch the occasional or heavy downpour even along portions of 280 and los gatos. we are expecting a pretty breezy to windy day. if you've got any of that patio furniture, anything that could potentially fly away, you want to go ahead and either bring it
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inside or tie it down pretty secure. santa rosa 26-miles-per-hour winds. we remain pretty breezy by 10:30. about 9:30 p.m., we're still going to keep those gusty conditions especially for the mountain tops and the higher elevation areas and into the north bay. san francisco remains breezy even down through san jose as well. things calm down overnight as that cold front makes its exit into early sunday morning and that's when we see a better conditions in terms of clearer skies and dryer conditions. your microclimate high for today is seasonal, nice and cool, only in the mid-50s topping out at about 56 degrees for san jose. 56 for oakland, 53 for san francisco and then again by the evening hours, we should begin to dry out. if you're going to be heading out to lake tahoe, though, remember to check the road conditions. i do believe chains are still required if you're driving up there. they're still expecting to see heavy downpours and also additional snowfall, upwards of
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four inches additionally on top of what they've already seen so far. this is what it looks like. live picture right now. its about 26 degrees. how's that for a magical start to december? i would love to wake up to those christmas lights and the snow, but that drive, not so much. we'll see that cold front swoosh on through and by 11:00, 12:00, you can see just very light pockets of occasional showers here and there over the next seven days, though, we'll stay dry through tomorrow and monday. best chance to get your christmas tree going here because by tuesday we get another system that moves in and that other system that's going to be moving in will continue to bring some rain into wednesday so its a wet week. the rain's final here. back to you. >> we need the rain but i need that window tomorrow to go get my tree. thanks. it is 7:21. still ahead on "today in the bay," giving tuesday was earlier this week. it was a chance to give back. a popular bay area teen found their own unique way to pay it
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forward and its a story that will make you "bay area proud" next. tuesday ... a day when, a
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black friday and cyber monday... earlier this week was giving tuesday, a day when after black friday and cyber monday people are urged to donate to their favorite organizations. our next story is about an organization that came up with the unique way to give. "today in the bay's" garvin thomas shows us how the san jose earthquakes chose to give back to the community. >> reporter: that doesn't mean however they haven't found a way to be a winning team. sharing is a big part of the game of soccer with just one ball and so many players, success is all about working together, but what if you had one ball for every player, for every member of the organization, well, then you could have success of a much different kind. the kind dreamed up by san jose
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earthquakes director of community relations marissa silver. >> we're a soccer team, we can give back with health and wellness, what's the most simple thing we're here with every day is a soccer ball. >> reporter: so she gave one soccer ball to every member of the quake's organization from ceo to youth players and let them choose who to give it to, but not just any soccer ball, the virtually indestructible kind created by berkeley based one world play project. >> this is the one world's football. >> reporter: the ball specifically designed for those who constantly replacing punctured or torn balls is a practical or too pricey. >> it would be really special to see just who they chose and why and be able to not only follow where the soccer balls ended up, but how they chose to give that soccer ball too. >> reporter: some went to south
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africa and mozambique and one to a homeless shelter. >> its just like giving someone an opportunity to be like -- be a kid, just have fun. >> reporter: in all, some 400 soccer balls are making their way to grateful players around the world ready to score goals in more ways than one. i had to ask marissa who she was donating her ball to, she said its still in the trunk of her car. she's waiting to find the right person and on the spur of the moment, she'll make her donation. >> love that. a unique way to give back. its 7:26. we have much more ahead on "today in the bay." our coverage continues of the passing of the 41st president of the united states. a former aid to george h.w. bush tells us what he'll remember most and it has nothing to do with politics. plus, the ground shook and
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roads crumbled, but how did yesterday's earthquake in alaska compare to -- she reveals the major difference between the two. this little home of mine, ♪ i'm gonna let it shine. ♪ it's energy saving time,
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- - - - - here is a live look outside overlooking san jose good morning. it is saturday, december 1st. here's a live look outside overlooking san jose. it looks like some heavenly skies out there as the sun is trying to bake through. thanks so much for joining us. i'm kira klapper. vianey arana has a look at our microclimate forecast for the first weekend of the last month of the year. >> i'm excited about it. i still have to put up my decorations, but you know what, i know today a lot of people are probably thinking of heading out to get the christmas tree -- >> you have a warning for them. >> yea. wait until the mid-afternoon. the showers will move out, so if you had planned to head out tonight, you should be okay. san francisco about 55 degrees. one thing, its going to feel a
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lot chillier because of the wind chill. look at the wind speeds. went gusting 26 miles per hour and if you're heading to christmas in the park in downtown san jose, well, the rain will move out by about mid-morning. we saw showers push on through with that cold front. look at 3:00 p.m. the temperatures will be in the 50s, but by 7:00 which is typically when i think its around the busiest, that's when i see the most people out there, its going to be in the 40s and still very cloudy. so i expect to see a lot of california beamies and overexaggerated coats because any time the temperatures fall below 70 we're out here freezing our butts off. you can see we got plenty of moisture still leftover. we got thunderstorms to our north. snow still falling in the sierra. if you had planned to head up to lake tahoe, please check those road conditions. i will take you through that timeline in 15 minutes. >> see you soon. he was a president, a war hero, a cia director, a vice
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president and the pat tri arch of a political dynasty. george h.w. bush passed away last night and the nation is morning this morning. we pay tribute to his seven decades of service to america. the 41st president of the u.s. died yesterday after years of failing health just seven months after his wife's death. his legacy, one of lifelong commitment to his country and the family he so dearly loved. here's our own jessica aguirre. >> i can report to the nation, aggression is defeated. the war is over. >> reporter: the greatest victory was the allied victory over iraq in the gulf war. it was marked by high standing in the political and business arenas. born into wealth and privilege, the son of a u.s. senator, bush still joined the navy on his 18th birthday and became its youngest pilot during world war ii. winning the distinguished flying cross after being shot down over
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the pacific ocean. following the war, bush married barbara pierce, entered yale university and after graduating moved his young family to texas where he was elected to the house of representatives but lost two bids to the u.s. scenario. he did however succeed in several high level appointments including director of the cia. following a failed effort at the republican nomination in 1980, he was named ronald reagan's running mate and then in 1998 bush desiegsively won the presidency but a faltering economy shook american faith in bush that led to losing re-election in 1992 to democratic challenger bill clinton. bush then headed back to houston devoting time to his presidential library and staying active, even parachuting from an airplane on his birthdays. he saw two sons become governors and he looked on as george w.
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became the 43rd president. the son would call on the father to join forces with clinton to raise humanitarian aids of victims for the indonesian tsunami in 2004 and in 2005 for hurricane katrina. in 2010, president obama honored bush with the presidential medal of freedom for a life of service to his country that by that time spanned nearly seven decades. but the former president suffered heartbreak when barbara, his wife of 73 years passed away. he mourned with family, friends and former presidents. >> that was jessica aguirre for us. one of bush's son george w. bush, the former president as well broke the news of his death in a statement on behalf of the family saying, in part, we are saddened to announce that after 94 remarkable years, our dear dad has died. george h.w. bush was a man of the highest character and the best dad a son or daughter could
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ask for. the flag outside the white house is flying at half-staff along with flags across the country. president trump released a statement from the g20 summit saying, quote, through his essential authenticity, disarming wit and unwavering commitment to faith, family and country, president bush inspired generations of his fellow american to public service, to be in his words, a thousand points of light illuminating the greatness, hope and opportunity of america to the world. the 41st president is being remembered this morning for all of his accomplishments and one former aide who is here in the bay area is remembering the former president's benevolence, shawn walsh was deputy press secretary through bush senior's four year presidential term as well as his two terms as vice president. he now lives in oakland. walsh tells us he will best remember the bushes for being as comfortable with royalty as they were with regular folks and that included all members of the white house staff. we spoke with walsh by phone
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last night. >> you were family. you were invited in for a cup of cocoa and a holiday dinner. there was no one that was too small or no one that was too big to get personal attention, and i will tell you, that's a quality of humanity that in this political environment is sorely lacking. >> the former president didn't visit the bay area often, but one of his most memorable trips was made back in 1989. president george h.w. bush visited san francisco following the earthquake. this is a photo of him from the "san francisco chronicle" where you can see him surveying the damage. we are still waiting to hear about funeral arrangements. the 41st president is expected to lie in state in the u.s. capitol rotunda later this week and he's expected to be honored in texas where he made his mark early in politics. be sure to stay with us for continuing coverage throughout the weekend as we learn more. our website as well as our facebook and twitter pages are being updated around the clock.
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now to our other top story, that 7.0 earthquake that shook alaska yesterday. it created a huge crack in the earth. major roadways completely buckled. president trump has already approved an emergency declaration. the quake hit around 8:30 yesterday morning, about eight miles north of anchorage, alaska's most populus city. no deaths or injuries reported so far. its an unsettling reminder that the reality of a big quake, that big and powerful could strike here at home at any moment. "today in the bay's" ian cole has more on the aftermath in alaska. >> reporter: a highway shaken to shreds, impassable as seen from the governor's flyover as the earthquake hit alaska. >> we're no strangers, but each one brings its own separate challenges and this one was.
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>> reporter: ktva captured the scene in a courtroom. children in schools hiding under their desks. former governor sarah palin posting this video of her parents home, the kitchen like many store shelves trashed. bottles splad on the ground. at the university of alaska, ceiling tiles rained down on a meeting. the chancellor there was born and raised in the bay area. she spoke with us by phone. >> it was quite trembler. it didn't take long for us to realize we needed to get down under the table. its so much more severe. it was a bigger shake. this earthquake here in anchorage was strong but it was more of a wave like motion and
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it lasted for a long period of time. >> reporter: across alaska, so far no reports of any deaths. officials are crediting retrofitting after other earthquakes in the past. images of the destruction in alaska are stirring memories for some people here in the bay area. buckled highways and falling ceiling tiles. it looks a lot like the aftermath of san francisco's earthquake. that 6.9 event caused freeways to collapse, buildings to crumble and homes to burn. in san francisco, earthquake retrofits have been required on all soft story homes, those are building with garage on the ground floor and living areas on the upper floors. the usgs says there's a 72% chance of a significant earthquake hitting the bay area in the next 30 years. we posted a slide show posting an upclose look of the
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destruction. they are remarkable photos. check out our website, nbcbayarea.com. still ahead on "today in the bay," steph curry makes his return to the court and the championship was decided at levi stadium. we'll he will you who's headed to the rose bowl. sports is next. the wait is ove.
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steph curry returns to the court tonight in detroit. the wait is finally over, steph curry returns to the court tonight in detroit. curry is fully healthy and ready to go. curry told the media he's been itching to get back. he's missed the last 11 games due to a left groin strain and obviously his absence has been felt. the warriors lost four straight and have a 5 and 6 record during his absence. after being postponed, the 121st big game is finally happening between cal and stanford. it was supposed to take place two weeks ago but was rescheduled due to the dangerous air quality from the camp fire to our north.
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you can see all the smoke surrounding memorial stadium that day. the sky is now clearer and safer. the bears are looking to end an eight game losing streak against stanford. both teams coming into the game with identical records. kickoff is set for noon today at memorial stadium in berkeley. there was some championship football at levi stadium last night. fans pouring in to see the game. this is the fourth year in a row the pac-12 has held their championship game in santa clara. the game changer right now, murphy, with the interception bringing it all the way back to the end zone to score. washington gets the win, 10-3. the huskies are now headed to the rose bowl. 7:42. there is much more ahead on "today in the bay" coming up. help on the battlefield. the company here in the bay area paving the way to build super soldiers. >> and its cloudy out there and
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now pushing through san ramon, portions through livermore and i-80. definitely expect to see moderate to heavy pockets on occasion as you're making your way through. we've got another line of showers pushing down through the fremont/palo alto area into los gatos, san jose not really catching a lot of that rain right now, as that cold front swept through overnight and into the early morning hours we're expecting the winds to linger and stick around, breezy to windy. look at santa rosa. san francisco 20 miles per hour and it'll even be windy down through the south bay as well. the winds will hang on all day long till about 10:00 p.m. you can see santa rosa still fairly strong, down through san jose as well. it'll rain pretty consistent into the afternoon. as far as the winds overnight, you can see they tame off as the cold front swept through by about 7:30 the winds won't be a factor. your microclimate highs for today will be in the 50s and
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we're going to remain fairly cool. this is going to set us up for a week of mid-50s, low 50s but very, very cold overnight lows. again, if you're going to be heading out to the sierra, we do have that sierra warning up there because the conditions are still pretty dangerous. look at squaw creek lake tahoe. this is a live picture. this is what it looks like rite now in that area. definitely please make sure to drive safe. by 9:30 we'll still showers pushing through san jose, pleasanton, half moon bay, palo alto. if i take it to 11:00 a.m., you can see the majority of that rain clears out from the oakland/san francisco area but the cloud cover will very much linger. we'll get some occasional showers here and there through morgan hill till about 12:30 and we really see that rain clear out beyond that point. so after the mid-afternoon/late afternoon into the evening hours we should die out making way for a much drier sunday but still portions will see cloudy skies
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in through monday and then on tuesday, we'll see another system swoop on in and that's expected to bring more rain to the bay area with heavier rain expected for wednesday. so do not watch your vehicles as we head into tomorrow even though it may seem like things will dry out. back to you. >> thanks. its 7:48. still ahead on "today in the bay," half a billion hotel guests now at risk. the massive data breach at marriott and starwood properties. breaches in history.
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federal a welcome back. now to one of the biggest data breaches in history. federal agents are investigating the marriott hotel chain. this comes after the hotel announce the a data hack into its reservation database. the hack may have been exposed personal information of up to 500 million guests. marriott says personal information, even passport numbers, addresses and credit card information may have been stolen. news of the attack caused the stock to fall nearly 6% yesterday. that data breach mirrors many other recent hack attacks but chris chmura found one significant difference. he joins us with that story. >> reporter: good morning, everyone. what stands out to me is that they got a treasure trove of information, the hackers got every ingredient they need for i.d. theft. there is good news, though. the response is different and may be better. when other companies have disclosed big data breaches they've typically given consumers like you free credit
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monitoring services. credit monitoring gives you an alert that a thief has opened and account in your name. its helpful but too late to stop the crooks. starwood is giving guests something new, something we're going to call identity monitoring. they can sign up for a free service that basically alerts you if you're information is being bought or sold on the darkweb and that might allow you to quickly freeze your credit file and shutdown the thieves before they use your good name in bad faith. if you stayed at a starwood hotel like w, westin, sheraton, four points over the past few years, please consider registering for that free service. i have posted a link to it on my facebook page. we've also added it to our website, nbcbayarea.com/responds. back to you. >> thanks. it is 7:52, lockheed martin
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is helping to pave the way to create super soldiers, the company is working on exo skeletons that fit over a soldier's uniform. its said to help the soldier carry heavier load of things without getting tired. the u.s. army is investing in that technology. the san jose police department is hosting a gun buyback this weekend. you drop off any unwanted weapon and get cash in return no questions asked. its happening from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the san jose police department substation on great oaks parkway. also today a new hospital is opening its doors to veterans in the south bay. the new v.a. outpatient clinic will cut the ribbon for its new facility this morning. we were able to get a first hand look at the new building which will replace the original v.a. hospital that was built back in the '90s. the new hospital is much larger and will featured improved
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technology. it will offer thousands of veterans easy access to primary, specialty and mental health care. we have much more ahead coming up on "today in the bay." we have the clear the shelter segments. ♪ this little home of mine,
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welcome back. it is time for our clear the shelter segments featuring our friends from pets in need. here's nick and prince who are a dog and a cat. nick is a 3.5 terrier mix with a really adorable christmas bow on and prince is a 12 week old kitten who also has a cute christmas bow on. >> absolutely. >> this is more of a bow tie and i always have to ask if someone adopts them, do they get the costume? >> absolutely. so both are eligible for a great promotion you have that starts
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today. >> uh-hum, yea, so $31 for the whole week -- whole month of december and its for all of our animals regardless of age, dogs, cats, whatever. we're just trying to get them home for the holidays. >> its usually more than $100 per dog. >> 125 for cats, 150 for dogs. >> it includes microchiping, spaying, neutering, flea collar. >> costume. >> bow tie, holiday wear. they still have to pay a training fee, right? >> for the dogs, yes. >> just so people know coming in to it. >> $75. >> if they want to adopt nick, there is a $75 fee. >> we have the holiday winter camp for children ages 9 through 12. its running the 26th, 27th and 28th of december and the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of january.
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they will work with our behaviorist. they will socialize a lot about dogs and cats. just a day in the life of a shelter animal. >> its a win-win. they can give a few days with pets and get them out of the house. >> we have a lot of campers -- previous campers that parents said, we're not going to get abanimal until you learn how to take care of it. we teach them how to do that. >> you fill up. >> we fill up fast. >> get on that list if you want to participate and if you'd also like to look into nick and prince, find out more on their website, petsinneed.org. thank you so much for coming in. and thanks so much to you for making you apart of our morning. we'll have more local news for
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you. i'll see you back here tomorrow morning. hopefully you have a great saturday. .
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