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a lot clearer than yesterday when it was very foggy. now, last night the "supermoon" brightening the bay area overnight. we saw this shot of the "supermoon." you won't see it again this close to the earth until 2034. so good luck. >> yeah. that's amazing good luck. [ laughter ] >> okay. thank you. >> have patience. >> 14% bigger and 33% brighter. and i saw it in the mojave desert and it was huge because you had all that dark big sky. we were able to see it before the fog and clouds all associated with the weak disturbance to the north of us moved in here to the bay area. so that's where we kick-start your tuesday morning with our live hi-def doppler radar. no rain here. it's right there across the northwestern section of the state. that's trying to sag in a southerly direction. if we do see any rain it might be a far south as the point reyes area. that's about it. cloud cover over the city by the bay. we'll have mostly cloudy skies
throughout the day today. temperatures right now in the 50s up to 59 in redwood city. hey, santa rosa your visibility down to a quarter mile due to patchy dense fog. later today temperatures close to where they should be into the 60s. we'll see probably one 70 in the morgan hill area although 71 should be the outside number in gilroy. 67 los altos. cloud cover into the 60s in the eastern portion of our bay area, 70 brentwood. north bay could see a few sprinkles today. showers in lakeport and windsor. rain on the forecast. more coming up. good morning. we have some good news for mass transit throughout the bay area. all mass transit is on time. the bad news is the altamont pass. let's take a look at traffic coming off 205. you're moving at 7 miles per hour. you are inching your way through into north flynn road
where speeds pick up to 30 miles per hour. it frees up through livermore on to the dublin interchange. altamont pass to 680 will take 15 minutes. nimitz freeway, looking good in both directions. 238 in san leandro to the made will take you 16 minutes. and a good commute across the span of the san mateo bridge as well from hayward into foster city. that will take you a quick 14 minutes. kenny, to you. hundreds of protests against the dakota access pipeline that will go from north dakota to illinois. some say it will damage the environment. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in san francisco to tell us more reporter: a lot of damage to sacred native american ground. so protestors are gathering here at civic center plaza in san francisco at 6:30 this morning to protest. this is part of a movement that's gaining momentum really
nationwide over the last several months. >> stand up, rise up, find your warrior spirit! [ native american screaming ] >> reporter: that's a protest in cannonball north dakota where demonstrators are camping out trying to prevent a pipeline to bring crude oil from north dakota down to illinois. the current route crosses a river close to the standing rock sioux reservation. members of the tribe are concerned that the pipeline could contaminate the water and land if it leaks. >> we are making a stand so several tribes have come to the aid with the lakota people and those who are fighting against the pipeline. >> reporter: that is one of many bay area native americans and their supporters joining the resistance by speaking out. so today's protest they are going to walk to the office of the army corps of engineers and that's where all of the 200
protests around the nation today are all heading specifically trying to campaign to the army corps of engineers which is making this decision on how this pipeline will be built. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. fremont police are looking for the suspects who reported shot a marijuana grower. a home invasion happened monday morning near fremont and delaware street. the house was a grow house and was full of plants. the suspect showed up at the house wanting plants or cash and shot the grower. >> i heard one lot pop and my wife said don't go out there. and so i was gonna go because i wanted to see what was going on. >> the man who was shot is expected to survive. police are looking for three men but say they were wearing masks so there are no suspect descriptions. the san jose police officers association is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the
gunman who opened fire at two sjpd officers sunday night on the city's east side near luby and ripley drive. the officers approached a group of men who then fled. investigators say that one of those men then turned around and shot at them. >> let me be very clear. these are not only police officers. these are fathers, brothers, mentors in our community and ultimately community members. and like everyone, they have families that they want to go home to safely at night. >> neither officer was hit and they did not return fire. the suspect is saw the for attempted murder of two police officers. it's time to find your favorite recipes for cooking crab. the commercial season starts today. kpix 5's jackie ward is live in san francisco on the test results that caused trouble in seasons past. reporter: good morning. it is great news.
it's news that makes me hungry! fresh dungeness crab from the bay area could be on your thanksgiving dinner table. and that's something we weren't able to say last year because of those high domoic acid levels so last season was hard on local fishermen. over 18 months, they had to deal with delayed crab start, then abbreviated season right in the middle of two bad chinook salmon seasons. the only speed bump they may face is the price. but if all went well, boats were out there first this morning and it's been busy here along pier 45 so i'm sure that's the case. i caught up with the recreational crabber about a week and a half ago. he liked what he was seeing in the water. >> right now, they are jumbos, nice three pounders. so we could be a little selective. take what you want, you know? then later in the season, you got to get a little pickier. >> reporter: the recreational crab season started on november 5 and ends today making way for the commercial crabbers to get in there. recreational crabbers were limited to 10 crabs per person and were strictly used for personal consumption.
now, not all crab are safe to eat. a lot of them are but coming up in the next half-hour we'll let you know where you should still stay away from. from pier 45 in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. president obama's officially on his last overseas trip as commander-in-chief. he landed in greece and will meet with the president and prime minister. the white house says the main agenda for the trip is to reassure allies that donald trump is committed to nato and the trans-atlantic alliance. the president will head to germany and peru next. as for president-elect donald trump, sources told cnn there's been infighting among members of his transition team. the disputes reportedly involve key white house and national security posts and whether they should be filled by trump loyalists or establishment republicans. controversy continues over the choice of steve bannon. white nationalists have praised the selection of the former
breitbart news executive. >> what i think is frustrating is when you see so much news coverage on the issues that divide us following the election. i think that's irresponsible. >> meanwhile, former new york mayor rudy giuliani is reportedly a front-runner to become secretary of state. it's a week since donald trump won the presidential election. some people wonder what it means. for more insights we turn to our washington insider marc sandalow. good morning, marc. so let me ask you, is washington still in shock? >> reporter: shock and panic!! for many people in washington, not only has life been changed, many fear it will never be the same. this is a town that was shaken almost every institution whether it's, you know, the news media, you work for the department of interior, and you don't know if you're going to be working for sarah palin. you might be working for the department of education and not be clear whether that department will be in existence
a year from now. san francisco has a reputation for being the most liberal city in america. but one in 10 san franciscans voted for donald trump. in washington that number is about 1 in 25. about 4% of washington, dc voted for donald trump [chuckling] and i just saw some statistics from fitbit the athletic wear that measures people's sleep and apparently most of america lost something like a half-hour sleep election night. dc lost twice that. and losing an hour sleep, i -- i -- i -- i don't know anyone who lost that little in the last week. >> president-elect trump has made a few appointments and given an interview to cbs on sunday on "60 minutes." did these provide any insight into how he will be commander- in-chief? >> reporter: you heard the possibility of rudy giuliani being secretary of state and you heard about the steve
bannon, his chief political strategist. the problem with donald trump, and one of the reasons that this town is having so much trouble figuring out how to react, is no one has any idea what locker room talk and what's reality. there have been signals that perhaps he didn't really mean it when he said he wanted to deport 11 million illegal immigrants. probably he didn't mean it when he said he wanted a religious test to disallow muslims from coming into the country. or that he would jail hillary clinton. but no one knows for sure what that means. so the establishment republicans in this town say, hey, of course he meant the tax cuts and the democrats say of course he meant the infrastructure spending. but no one has any idea on anything else. so the fights we are hearing about the transition team, those are normal and happens to every president. i don't remember an election where after a person has been elected there's so many people
with questions. >> there's some confusion. there's also rumblings about democrats replacing nancy pelosi as their leader. what's the story on that? >> reporter: it's been 10 years since nancy pelosi became the speaker of the house and she is 76 and people say it's time for that generation to move on. she will be the democratic leader if she wants to remain there. it also would not shock me if sometime over the course of this next year she quits. >> thank you, marc sandalow. time now 5:11. the man convicted of [ indiscernible ] made famous on the show making a murderer, more on the case next. >> and bernie sanders on the late show last night his message to the american people following a tough election.
francisco and oakland and carries about 240,000 cars a day and each person in that automobile is going to notice mostly cloudy skies. we'll talk about the potential of rain in your forecast. traffic and weather in less than four minutes. a wisconsin judge ordered the release of a 27-year-old man who was convicted of murder when he was a teen. brendan daisy was convicted of helping his uncle rape and kill a woman in 2005 but this past august, the judge overturned the conviction saying that police unfairly questioned him and coerced him to confess. >> you had a young man who believed that the only way he was going to get out of that room was to tell these police officers what they wanted to hear. >> prosecutors are expected to appeal. there was a documentary called making a murderer. it's not clear when he will be released from prison. now that donald trump will be the president, many are turning to bernie sanders for
advice. and on the late show with stephen colbert he provided that. >> people ask me every day, what do we do now? what you do now is get involved heavily into the political process. when millions of people stand up and fight back, we will not be denied. >> senator sanders admitted trump tapped into pain and anxiety among the working class that the media rarely covers and sanders says it is key that americans refuse to let trump divide them by attacking muslims, women and homosexuals. time now 5:16. let's get a check of traffic with roqui this morning. >> thank you. let's head to the santa cruz mountains where we have a new crash to tell you about affecting your commute into san jose here. it's northbound 17 before redwood estates. it's a two-car crash now but first reported as a solo car crash a car hit the stalled car and caused more damage. now, both of those cars are blocking the left lane. and an ambulance is on the way. we'll keep you posted as to when it's cleared out but if it
sticks around it will affect your commute into san jose from northbound 17. moving over to the rest of the south bay commute 101 northbound 280/680 split to highway 237 will take you a quick 11 minutes. commute through downtown san jose on northbound 280 will take you 11 minutes between 101, 680 split to highway 85 and the guadalupe parkway looking good, as well. altamont pass off 205, 30 miles an hour at north flynn road. dublin interchange 580 westbound to 680 will take 16 minutes. bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights are off. we have some backup in the cash lane though. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 19 minutes. and once you get past the toll keep in mind there is a stalled car before treasure island blocking that left lane. roberta, i'll send it to you for the weather. >> thanks, roqui. good morning, everybody.
5:17. taking a look at our live hi- def doppler radar. we are ready to use it and we don't see any rain here locally but we do upstream. this is the scene right now as we take a look at the precipitation that's moving into garberville. in fact, this is the leading edge right here. it will make it into fort bragg perhaps as far south as point reyes. from you in willits way over there you will see some light rain showers today but for us here locally, as you head out, no need for the umbrella. mostly cloudy skies. areas of fog in fact we are having difficulty with visibility about a half mile in santa rosa, 52 degrees. otherwise it's a deck of cloudiness in san jose. and the high 50s. it's now 56 degrees in throughout the tri-valley. good morning to dave our weather watcher with his companion running shot -- riding shotgun there yeager in napa saying it's 53 degrees. foggy tuesday in napa with visibility down to a quarter mile. thanks for checking in, dave. here's what you need to know for today. out the door areas of patchy fog not quite as widespread as
24 hours ago. rain on saturday. long-range computer models getaway wednesday, the day before thanksgiving, should have some rain in the forecast. cloudiness for the actual holiday. satellite and radar a weak disturbance way out here. this is the frontal boundary banging up against the pack pacific. as it begins to sag in a southerly direction it's falling apart at the seams so at lunchtime a light shower no accumulation right there around the san mateo coast. then your afternoon progresses, the clouds scrub out. we'll see sun/cloud mix for your wednesday. high pressure briefly builds in thursday, friday. and then your next rain event will be on saturday. looks like it's widespread. sun-up at 6:51. i'm just hating when the sun sets before 5 p.m. there's too much playing to do outdoors still but again 4:58 is your sunset. san jose your futurecast today
at lunchtime your average high about 64. we'll see 63 to 67 degrees around the san jose area but i'm going with a higher number of 69 towards will le glen, cupertino, campbell, saratoga, willow glen, mid-60s around the estuary of oakland through emeryville. mid-60s around the peninsula. extended forecast outside number 71 degrees gilroy. we'll have some rain showers on saturday tapering off early sunday. that's your tuesday forecast. a factory in japan is having a hard time keeping up with demand for rubber masks of president-elect trump. the factory says it's working nonstop to catch one a flood of orders. the factory is trying to produce as mean as 350 masks a day up from 45 before the election. it emphasizes his characteristic hairstyle and costs about $22. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, who is the best
coach in bay area history? now, think about that because if you said bill walsh, you might be wrong. what former warriors assistant started spreading rumors about klay thompson? those stories coming up. >> and what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at coolschoo email@example.com and we may come and feature your school on the show. play o' the day from the - [voiceover] you are san francisco. we've been with you from the beginning. we've seen each other through good times and bad. sickness and health. we're with you san francisco, and you bring out the best in us. care.
good morning. if tara vandaveer wasn't already the best coach in san francisco history she may lock it up. she is 19th away from history. texas at maples, jr. brittany mcvie with a career night. she scored 28 points against the longhorns. stanford will need all they can get from here with star lily thompson not on the team. the cardinal win 71-59. tara 18 away from 1,000 wins. you hear that one about klay thompson getting traded to the celtics? [ laughter ] >> reacted the same way. the rumors started when former warriors assistant coach brian scalabrini mentioned it on sirius radio so of course the internet exploded yesterday morning making people wonder if there was some truth. steve kerr was not among them. >> think our guys know that,
um, that stuff is, you know, almost always just bs. i'll go home and get on the internet and i'll decide whether to call klay or not then. [ laughter ] monday night football only one thing comes to mind when looking at o'dell beckham's hair. but you know what? he was pretty good when catching touchdowns. had another one last night against the bengals. new york won 21-20. they are now 6-3. and speaking of the national football league, this sunday right here on the big 5, the patriots and the 49ers. that is, right tom brady coming back and he will have an entourage of fans along with him. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. the play of the day from the nba oklahoma city at detroit. here's the pistons caldwell in action. >> owe throwshe throws it up
and in! and a foul, wow! >> shot off the backboard. the pistons beat the thunder 104-88. crab season has officially begun. these guys are already out on the water. they have come back and only slept a couple of hours last night. they are catching some zs. but they say things are looking good. >> and an hour from now, this is going to be one of 200 sites across the nation where we'll see protests against the dakota access pipeline. what we're expecting here in san francisco next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
including san francisco as people protest the dakota access pipeline. >> and caught on camera, an anti-trump protestors is shoved downstairs during a rally on a college campus. >> from the kpix weather center, good morning we are firing up our live hi-def doppler. we'll talk about the days you can expect rain. >> and here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. those metering lights are on. we'll have more coming up. >> good morning, it is tuesday, november 15. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. it is time to study up on your crab cake recipes. the commercial season kicks off on schedule. jackie ward is live in san francisco on why the season could spell far more profits from last year. >> reporter: we spoke to crabbers this morning and they got two hours of sleep and they were that excited for a successful crab season unlike last season so just so now, if
you eat crab that's south of point reyes, you're fine. but anything north of there, you still have to not eat it for a little while until probably december 1st is when state regulators are hoping that the crabs north of point reyes will be safe to eat. so the department of public health issued a warning and more testing on the acid levels has to be done before the inner organs of the crab from the north are deemed safe to eat so just stick to the claws and body meat not the guts. but crabs caught south of point reyes have been ruled safe. recreational crab season started november 5 and it ends today. they were catching 3-pounders so commercial crabbers are hoping they catch the same. the price per pound for crab is 7 going to be between 425 and 450. that hasn't been set yet. but that's the ballpark figure on the pier. so crab season starts today and it will go through june. from san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. the fight against the dakota access pipeline is coming to the bay area today.
opponents say it could cause damage to the environment. kpix 5's anne makovec reports from san francisco. >> reporter: it's going to be a passionate protest expected to start in less than an hour here at san francisco civic center plaza at 6:30 a.m. >> stand up, rise up, find your warrior spirit! >> reporter: this is a recent protest in cannonball, north dakota. that is where, um, people have been gathering since this summer. so today's protest here is going to be an extension of this protest. it will carry crude oil 1200 miles from north dakota to illinois. the standing rock sioux drive has a reservation nearby and are worried about environmental damage if the pipe leaks and clashes over the plan have
become violent. hundreds of people have been arrested with protests there and across the country. >> this is a fight that's going to continue. we're not going to back down. >> that's one of many bay area supporters joining to stop to fight the pipeline by speaking out. we have had several protests in the bay area including several arrests, as well. but the organizers are starting out with a prayer and say it will be peaceful. they are protesting in front of the army corps of engineers building later on this morning. they say there's no timetable for a decision on the pipeline. live in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5. we don't have as dense fog this morning as 24 hours ago but it's not as widespread, either. but nonetheless we have a couple of areas where you have issues with your visibility like the santa rosa area also
in napa. but take a look at this. it's our live hi-def doppler. not picking up rain here but look what is upstream. we have some beneficial rainfallle from garberville to fort bragg may make it as far south as point reyes and then that will be it. this is our time lapse and you can barely see the leading edge of the precipitation too far to the north and it's going to fall apart at the seams as it advances south. from the bay bridge east toward the port of oakland under mostly cloudy skies. mild temperatures into the 50s from 52 in santa rosa to 59 now redwood city under a mostly cloudy sky, a few sunny breaks, fog lifts, temperatures into the 60s at the immediate seashore. 60s common around the peninsula through to atherton and pescadero. cupertino 68. 70 morgan hill. low 70s gilroy. we'll reach up to 70 in
brentwood, tracy, oakley, discovery bay and mountain house. but the closer you get to the rim of the water, temperatures top off in the mid-60s. 63 bodega bay. we'll pick up an afternoon wind in stinson beach in the low 60s so mostly cloudy in the north bay. if you see anything at all maybe a sprinkle. maybe a passing shower. but no accumulation anticipated. and in the cloverdale area as well as in lakeport you, too could see the possibility of a light rain shower but no accumulation. we do have a bigger rain event. it is slated to move in by the weekend. we'll check that next time around. right now, here's roqui. >> good morning. it is 5:35. we have an update on that santa cruz mountains crash but first, let's take a look at our morning hot spot at the altamont pass. 205 tracy, nine miles per hour. speeds pick up at north flynn road at 30 miles per hour. north tracy boulevard to the altamont pass on westbound 580 will take you up to 48 minutes
into livermore where traffic frees up a bit but here's a live look at the dublin interchange. 580 westbound to 680 will take you 16 minutes. moving to the bay bridge toll plaza those metering lights are officially on. that traffic is backing up towards the maze now. 15-minute drive into downtown san francisco but there's a stalled car before treasure island blocking that right lane so that will affect the commute, as well. let's move over now to the santa cruz mountains and an update on this northbound 17 crash before redwood estates a two-car crash is off to the shoulder. we see some slowdowns in the area. you're moving at 34 miles per hour heading into san francisco from northbound 17. that's a look at your traffic. over to you, michelle. >> thank you. today the san jose city council will consider at least 3 plans to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. the most ambitious would gradually raise the minimum to 15 bucks by january 2019. the other plans call for the
$15 goal to be reached by july 2019 or january 2020. the two latter plans also have exemptions, neighboring cities have already agreed to raise minimum wages to $15 by 2018 including sunnyvale. new this morning monterey police are looking for a man who tried to lure two children into his car. the siblings say the man tried to grab them yesterday afternoon while they stood in front of a library. but the children ran to a nearby school and told staff what happened. the suspect is described as a middle-aged man with long hair and a rose tattoo on his neck. more protests are planned today against president-elect donald trump. students from various high schools in marin county plan to walk out of class at 1:30 this afternoon and students at palo alto high school are also planning a peaceful march at 2:30. in the meantime president-elect donald trump is moving forward
and putting together his administration. rudy giuliani is a top pick for secretary of state. the former new york city mayor refused to discuss it at an event last night. >> he is a patriot. he loves america. he may have a different view of america than you. but he loves america as much as you or i do. >> many protests continued. protestors are angry over his immigration plan to deport millions of criminal illegal immigrants. cell phone video showing students getting in a fight at osu over their views about trump. one student was shoved down a flight of stairs last night and one student was arrested. we are told that the protest was organized by a socialist group on campus. no one was seriously hurt as the trump supporter was attacked. a principal is back at work today. phil morales seen here holding
a megaphone used the "f" word last week against president- elect trump last week. the superintendent put him on administrative leave. he principal apologized saying he used poor judgment. this morning, the journalism world is mourning the loss of veteran journalist gwen ifill a cohost of the pbs newshour. she died of cancer yesterday. both the president and attorney general loretta lynch have extended their condolences to her family. >> she was an especially powerful role model for females who admired her and she blazed the trail as one half of the first all female anchor team on network news. >> ifill was 61. with a great recession years behind us it's fair to ask, what did we learn from that? sadly, research suggests not much. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger here to share the
findings plus steps that we can take to improve our financial know-how. so jill, what was the up shot? >> reporter: okay. this is according to an investment education foundation. just 14% of respondents were able to answer five financial literacy quiz questions correctly. 14%! only 37% answered at least four correctly. now, those results are slightly worse than they were in 2009. there was another odd finding. despite the poor results, people overestimated their financial knowledge. oh, i'm so smart! 76% of respondents gave themselves high marks but a fraction were able to do simple calculations involving basic financial concepts like interest rates, inflation and debt. >> so jill, next question, how can we improve these results? >> reporter: all we have to do
is amp up our financial literacy efforts, right? but research suggests that education alone may not lead to better choices. the consumer financial protection bureau found that many consumers require more than access to information. they may also need somebody or something a financial coach of sorts to help them identify and achieve their financial goals. now, the coach can seven as a capable and trusted guide to help you navigate your financial decisions but here's the cool part. you can about to the gym for a personal trainer but you can force yourself to go to the gym by participateing in a community oar using an app. go to jillonmoney.com for more. >> always good advice. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger in new york city this morning, jill, thank you. it is 5:41. for those upset about president-
elect donald trump, there is humorous diversion making the rounds online. ,, (upbeat music) - [voiceover] you are san francisco. we've been with you from the beginning. we've seen each other through good times and bad. sickness and health. we're with you san francisco, and you bring out the best in us. care. zuckerberg san francisco general hospital and trauma center.
complete forecast in just a few minutes. good morning. welcome back to "kpix 5 morning news." 5:44. this is our live weather camera. we are looking out towards the beautiful bay bridge. we can see it 24 hours ago we could not due to fog. we'll show you where it's the foggiest this morning a nanny was attacked at a park in san francisco because of her race, she claimed. it happened yesterday at the great meadow at fort mason. park police say a man who was wearing all black with his face covered attacked the woman babysitting two kids. he allegedly said no latinos here. parents who bring their kids to
the park are in shock. >> you certainly don't expect it to happen and i certainly hope it's not related to anything because you are reading a lot about the backlash that's going on and i hope that's not what it is. >> police say that the nanny had some scratches but is okay. they arrested a suspect and are looking into whether this is a hate crime. san francisco supervisors are expected to vote today on stricter regulations for short- term rentals like airbnb. the proposal calls for a maximum of 60 nights a year for short-term rentals regardless of whether the host is on site. the current limit is 90 nights for unhosted rentals and there are no such limits for hosted rentals. there's a growing divide in a north bay town over what to do about deer. the growing population has some people in belvidere saying that
the roads are unsafe and yards are tramles. . >> we are talking about perhaps saying okay, replace them with eight-foot fences. well, who is going to pay for that and who is going to pay for it for the people who can't do that on their property? >> a representative from a local animal care organization suggests that city leaders focus only on high complaint areas for now. good news about a trio of cows in new zealand that has captivated the world. >> you may remember these guys were stuck on a small island of grass after the earthquake there caused landslides. helicopter footage shows the two cows and a calf surrounded by landslides but thankfully a farmer and his friends were able to come to their rescue. they got some shovels, called a few friends and the men dug a path for the cattle. none of the cows were injured during the ordeal. so i'm glad they got out okay.
>> viral cows. >> yes. maybe you have seen the imaginary conversations between joe biden and president obama, a lot of jokes are on the internet like this. i left a kenyan passport in your desk just to [ censored ] with him. joe. okay. and a prayer rug in your bedroom he is going to lose it. >> another one hillary was saying that they took the ws off the keyboards when bush won. joe put, i took the ts, they can only time rump now. many people are sharing the meme saying they are glad to laugh after a tough election. >> there are some the other way, too. i think we should do them for our morning show. >> i hope there are better speechwriters than joke writers. >> i agree. let's check traffic. it's not funny either. highway 4 here from the
antioch/pittsburg area you're moving slowly at 24 miles per hour. altamont pass traffic coming off 205 at nine miles per hour. north flynn road 29 miles an hour. north tracy boulevard at 580 westbound to the altamont pass will take an hour. but it frees up through livermore. to the dublin interchange, it's slow per usual. altamont pass to 680 will take you 17 minutes. let's move to the nimitz in both directions. 238 to the maze will take you 16 minutes. the san mateo bridge looking good from hayward to foster city. that's 880 to 101, 14 minutes. a different story though here at the bay bridge toll plaza. those metering lights are on. traffic backing up towards the maze. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 26 minutes. then expect about a 20-minute drive through the toll plaza
into downtown san francisco. now if you want avoid all the traffic this morning, mass transit is all on time. what a gorgeous day yesterday after the fog lifted. boy, that fog was very widespread. this morning we have some areas of fog but not quite as extensive. no rain here but upstream, it's a weak disturbance banging up against the northwest quad-cent of the quadrant of the state of california. we have cloud cover today with a combination of the fog and the mostly cloudy skies associated with that incoming system. visibility low in napa valley. san francisco 58. 59 redwood city.
breezy after the disturbance passes by. south winds at 20 later. this morning it's fog and then mostly cloudy during the day. i wanted to look ahead so you can plan accordingly as we start to slide towards the holiday just a whisker away a soggy saturday in the forecast and then the day before thanksgiving that big getaway wednesday looks like we should have some rain showers and then that will leave us with cloud cover on thanksgiving for the holiday. all right. here's a weak disturbance the core of the center out here. this is the frontal boundary that's slicing across the northwestern quadrant the weak cold front sagging in a southerly direction falls apart. maybe hit-or-miss showers around the san mateo coast at lunchtime and dissipates rapidly. no accumulation. clouds break up for wednesday and thursday rain remains to the north of us. friday high pressure builds in.
lots of dry skies. saturday rain, dry skies on sunday otherwise there you have it your travel weather for today at the state capital. 67 degrees. the rain to the north dry skies, mild conditions to the south. the greater lake tahoe area a few scattered showers very mild at 60. it is currently 32 so they are making the snow. official sun-up at 6:51. boy, days are getting shorter 4:58 is sundown. temperatures today in the 60s. we'll have 71 degrees to the south in the gilroy area, 70 in morgan hill. 70 brentwood, tracy, oakley, discovery bay and mountain house and mid- to high 60s around glen ellen through napa into sonoma. and mid-60s in terra linda and in san rafael back through kentfield. temperatures again today slightly above average. seasonal on wednesday. rain on saturday tapering off on sunday. make it a great day. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,
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i'm michelle griego. and i'm kenny choi. good morning, everyone. it is tuesday, november 15. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. hundreds of protests across the country today against the dakota access pipeline. it would go from north dakota to illinois, protestors claiming it would damage the environment. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in san francisco to tell us what's happening here. reporter: to the environment and native land, 6,000 people on facebook said that he were interested in a
protest that's starting this morning at 6:30 here in civic center plaza. so far just a few people have been dribbling in but this is part of a protest that's going on nationwide for months. [ chanting ] >> reporter: that is part of a recent protest in cannonball, north dakota, where demonstrators have been camping out trying to protect the land from a plan to bring a pipeline to bring crude oil from north dakota to illinois. the route is near the standing rock sioux reservation. they fear it might contaminate water and land. >> this morning, we are here to stand in solidarity with the sioux and, um, the rest of the world to let people know that it's time to end the fossil fuel industry. it's time to go to renewable sustainable