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good morning, i'm kenny choi. let's start with a live look outside on this halloween. let's take a look. that's scary all this traffic on the right. 580/680 interchange in dublin and on the left, a live look in san jose looking towards levi's stadium. the 49ers have a new member of their team. >> okay. >> they are going to welcome here. backup quarterback jimmy garopollo from the new england patriots. hopefully that leads to a win. but more on that when dennis talks sports later. >> okay. good to know. >> maybe most people are getting their work and stuff done early because it's halloween. it's hard when it falls on tuesday because it takes away from some of the parties but everybody, we want you to be safe of course. talking about the forecast for the day, temperatures cool out there. it's going to stay cool throughout the day and below average. so we can expect to be a little bit chilly later on. that's why my tip to you this morning is wear those warmer costumes. there are a lot of long-sleeved
options out there. right now temperatures in the concord 51, mid-50s for oakland, san francisco, san jose upper 50s and santa rosa 50. our pinned speeds now very calm. you can see barely a -- our wind speeds now very calm. you can see barely a breeze in san francisco. but the winds in the area will be breezy and it will be chilly today. good morning. right now, you can expect delays if you are getting ready to head over to 580. the altamont pass traffic backed up into tracy along westbound 205 due to an earlier accident right near grant line road. no longer blocking any lanes. but still out there in that center divide. so expect some slowdowns. you will see lots of flashing lights. they are waiting for a tow truck to arrive 25 minutes between 205 and 680. over on the eastshore freeway this is a live look near gilman street. reports of a new crash that doesn't appear to be blocking any lanes. but you may see cars out there over on the shoulder. so do be careful and on the
lookout for that. this is 15 minutes over to the maze and then additional 10 minutes from the maze into san francisco. look at the cars already backing up in the cash lanes. back to you guys. president trump's former campaign manager and his deputy are under house arrest as the first charges are filed in the investigation into whether members of the campaign colluded with russia. as hena doba reports, the administration is trying to distance itself from the indictment and shift attention on to hillary clinton. reporter: the white house is distancing itself from the first charges unveiled monday in the investigation into a possible connection between the trump campaign and russia. the president tweeted in part: >> reporter: manafort and rick gates face a dozen federal counts including money laundering and conspiracy. both pleaded not guilty.
>> there is no evidence that mr. manafort or the trump campaign colluded with the russian government. >> reporter: and yet another twist, george papadopoulos a former campaign adviser pleaded guilty this month. he admitted to lying about his dealings with the russians to the fbi. the white house insists investigators are looking in the wrong direction. >> there's clear evidence of the clinton campaign colluding with russian intelligence. >> reporter: hillary clinton at an event monday night promoting her book called russian meddling in the election a clear and present danger to western democracy. she also criticized the president for not coming down harder on russia for its interference. >> we don't need a lengthy investigation to tell us that president trump is ignoring the intelligence community about an urgent threat. >> reporter: lawmakers from both sides of the aisle warned against calls to fire special prosecutor robert mueller or presidential pardons for those indicted. the white house suggested it
has no plans to do either. hena doba, cbs news. >> manafort and gates are under house arrest with a combined bail of $15 million. papadopoulos will face sentencing once the mueller investigation is complete. congress starts a series of hearings today with facebook, twitter and google on how to handle online content posted by extremists. sandra osborne is live at facebook headquarters in menlo park with a preview. >> today is the first of three hearings involving leaders from silicon valley tech companies. in fact, leaders from facebook, google and twitter will all be speaking in dc today during a senate judiciary subcommittee hearing aiming to find some solutions to content and by russian operatives before and during the 2016 u.s. election. tech leaders definitely are feeling the pressure in recent years to find ways to handle
content posted by extremists. back in june, four major companies including facebook, youtube, twitter and microsoft formed a forum to counter- terrorism. >> this is a major way to reclaim the internet from those who would use it to do us harm. >> reporter: lawmakers have said the forum against counter- terrorism is a step in the right direction but there's more to do in identifying and getting rid of extremist propaganda online. but, of course, how to do that without infringing on free speech will be discussed in today's hearing. now, another big topic we are expecting to hear is about the scope of the amount of ads published and posted by russian operatives before and during the 2016 u.s. election. we'll talk more about that coming up in our next half- hour. live from facebook headquarters in menlo park, sandra osborne, kpix 5. today attorneys representing a group homeless people in berkeley will be in court today. they plan to ask a federal judge to extend an injunction
preventing bart from evicting their clients from a growing homeless encampment. jessica flores has more. reporter: good morning. that encampment is behind me on the west side of the bart tracks near alcatraz and martin luther king, jr., way. there's big signs there on that space that say here, there and this is a war on the poor. things like that. so these folks are out and they are saying that they have a right to stay in that space. they are asking a judge today to block bart from evicting them. now, the judge last week actually already did bar bart from evicting them issuing a temporary restraining order. but the lawyers for the group want the judge as to extend the restraining order. they say confiscating the group's property would violate their constitutional rights. in a statement bart says they were asked to clear up the
property. they are accusing the homeless of trespassing and because there's no running water or electricity, there's safety and health concerns here. the camp has been in berkeley since 2017. >> if the cities were to get together and build shelters for the homeless, then we wouldn't trespass. it's not my choice to trespass. it's my circumstance. >> reporter: again, the camp has been here since january 2017. jessica flores, kpix 5. testimony will resume later this morning in the trial of the man who admitted to a deadly shooting at san francisco pier 14. yesterday, an officer testified that the bullet that killedkate steinle killed kate steinle ricocheted. the defendant says it's accidental saying he found the gun in a t-shirt and it went off accidentally when he picked it up.
rats, dripping sewage and asbestos some of the things people have seen at san francisco's hall of justice. today the board of supervisors will consider a lease to move workers to another building on rhode island street. anne makovec is live in the newsroom with the details. reporter: today the board of supervisors will vote on whether to approve a lease on that office building or potrero hill as well as two letters of intent to rent property in the south of market area. [ scratchy voice ] >> reporter: people who work in the hall of fame have been begging for better conditions. the halls are dripping with rust, peeling paint and human feces. it was built in 1958. it houses the district attorney's office, a jail with three to four hundred inmates, several police offices and criminal court. 30 years ago it was determined that it was unsafe, would crumble in an earthquake.
in the meantime, no shortage of grotesque stories. >> we had a sewage flow that took out offices and people were evacuated and sewage flooding on people in the next floor down. >> the lease would get 500 people out of the building. but before they sign the lease, some supervisors want more information wondering if there's a better option like the city buying instead of leasing. if approved, the agreements would allow the district attorney's office, adult probation department and police investigations unit to move out of the hall of justice on july 1st. live in the newsroom, anne makevoc, kpix 5. a trial is under way in alameda county for a livermore man accused of causing a deadly accident. prosecutors say 39-year-old brian jones was intoxicated and speeding in may 2015 when his car hit four people. a woman and her 14-month-old daughter were killed. two boys ages 6 and 7 were
injured. jones faces second-degree murder charges. time now 5:09. beer makers in the u.s. are facing a problem, why dozens of breweries have signed on to a new pledge. >> and a community comes together to provide a little halloween fun for kids affected by the wine country wildfires. >> we have your forecast plus tracking chance of rain when it will arrive and how much rain we'll get coming up. >> and nothing scary about this commute for drivers heading along 101. this is right near sfo, traffic doing fine in both directions. but we are tracking some slowdowns. is it slowing your commute down? find out coming up after the break.
droughts are making it difficult to get crucial ingredients -- like hops .. it's the ingredient that gives beer its flavor and aroma... ps are climate change and intense droughts are making it difficult to get ingredients for beer makers like hops that gives its flavor and aroma. most of them are growth in the pacific northwest, states with droughts in recent years. >> every month we try and figure out where we can get what we need to make a
particular beer. if you don't, if you don't, you don't make the beer. >> producers are now trying to grow hops in other states but it's a slow process. dozens of u.s. breweries have signed a brewery climate declaration which agrees to help fight climate change like using renewable energy in their beer production. today sonoma county supervisors will continue efforts to speed up the region's recovery from the devastating wildfires. officials are expected to consider plans to provide more emergency housing options, regulate clean-up and create a new fund to pay for disaster response. one would allow landowners to rent out structures on agriculture properties. a community came together for parties for fire victims of the wildfires. it was a pump decorating halloween carnival for families. kids didn't just lose homes,
they lost the entire neighborhood they would have been out in. >> so i'm hoping the kids will see the strength and the dedication, the commitment of our community. >> congressman mike thompson called for the celebration. the y and fire department organized a donation drive for costumes and candy. >> definitely get to see the kids smiling again. you're getting your costume ready for halloween, too? >> yes. my 2-year-old is it going to be elsa. so i thought i'll be olaf. >> is it done? >> no. i have a couple more things but it will be done by tonight. that's all that matters. then the 9-year-old, who knows. she changes her mind daily. let's go to traffic. >> okay. >> yup. >> speaking of those halloween costumes, be sure to send your trick or treaters out with the flashlight and some reflective gear on their costumes so that drivers can see them and
drivers just a reminder we have some tips for you. be on the lookout especially not just in crosswalks but in those medians and in between cars. those trick or treaters sometimes and the paying attention to the traffic and they could dart out in front of you. let's take it over to some of our other tips that we have. good reminder to reduce your speed, drive about 5 miles below the posted speed limit when you're in the residential areas this evening for those trick or treaters and carefully enter and exit your driveway and alleys. you don't know when they will be running across the street. trick or treaters go on the sidewalk. if there's no sidewalk, stay on the left side of the road facing the oncoming traffic so you can see it coming and you can get out of the way. 580 as you approach 680,
headlights moving westbound. about 26 minutes as you make your way between 205 and 680. the rest of your ride is looking a-okay. that's pretty much the only slowdowns we're tracking at this hour, 680 at north main street into walnut creek your ride in the green. that's a check of your traffic. here's neda with the forecast. >> great tips for this halloween. here's something to keep in mind. it will be cool later on and breezy. some gusts around san francisco could pick up to 20 miles per hour today. clouds and cool during the day and below average for the evening and the wind will pick up so it will be cooler. some cloud cover not affecting visibility at this early- morning hour no marine layer yet. we'll see most of it burn off but here's the futurecast about 8:00 some areas with partly cloudy skies like santa cruz, san jose perhaps. then by noon, mostly sunny throughout the day all the way
through the afternoon so if you are trick or treating before that sun sets it should be clear for you out there. anyone that's still out after the sun sets at 6:17 today, the clouds may come back. and they are going to linger throughout tonight into tomorrow. here's a good way to plan your day. keep in mind along the coast highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. inland 70s. early evening hours, 50s to 60s expected in the bay area. so of course the coast will be cooler. we are cooler than average for this holiday day. tomorrow sunny. low pressure center will be arriving thursday night bringing rain chances for the north bay come thursday. as far as the totals go, the weather service we're looking at the models so of course it's still unclear. we could see up to two inches across the north bay mountains.
the coast across the north bay a quarter to .75" and other coastal areas throughout the bay could get up to 1.5". so it depends where you are. some of those higher elevations will get more of it. also, expecting sierra snow from this storm system. so again if you are planning to head out east towards the mountains, keep that in mind because it will impact your travel, several feet of snow in the high sierra from thursday through saturday. saturday will get break and then sunday another storm system is expected to arrive. keep in mind temperatures all the way through the next seven days are cooler than average and keep getting cooler and cooler. that's a look at your forecast. over to you guys. trending now, the iphone 10 is being called revolutionary by some for its face id. now identical twins are putting the feature to the ultimate test. the high-priced iphone is the first to use a face mapping technology to unlock the phone.
but apple's face id can't tell the difference between identical twins. matchable posted this video of twins unlocking each other's phones and threatening to read their siblings' texts. so stick to the fingerprint test for twins. don't have a costume? facebook has you covered so you can post a scary selfie from a cute jack-o-lantern to a creepy goblin, the social media company has uploaded more than a dozen halloween themed face filters and stickers. it's also added an interactive game that lets users play as trick or treaters and if you are posting a playbook live video you can add effects to spice up your holiday. warriors fans may have already seen steph curry arriving to sunday's game dressed as jigsaw from the saw movies. he is still in the halloween spirit. yeah. his wife posted this video to instagram yesterday. so creepy. you can see going in circles on
a red tricycle wearing the same creepy contest. there he is. he wants to play a little game. that's what he tweeted yesterday. the dog didn't care. walked away. some warriors are fan that steph probably borrowed his daughter's tricycle for his ensemble. it works. ♪[ music ] trick or treat! every 49er fan out there. they are hoping it's a treat. new england quarterback is coming to san francisco. can he bring the patriots' magic with him? coming up.
with the day off in the world series, i thought we might get a moment to breathe. not so fast! the 49ers rocked the nfl with a huge deal last night. they reportedly acquired jimmy garopollo from the patriots for a second round draft pick in the 2018 draft. during his four years in new england he only started two games backing up tom brady. they released brian hoyer who started the team's first six games of the season. last night one of the greatest players in sharks history returned to san jose as a member of the toronto maple leafs. >> welcome back, patrick and thank you for 20 years of sharks hockey! >> patrick marleau, welcomed
back to the shark tank with a 90-second standing ovation. that's cool. third period san jose scored on the power play giving the sharks the lead and they win, 3- 2. steve kerr's message against the clippers, just hang on to the fricking basketball ball. 1st quarter kevin durant gets fouled, throws up the shot goes in, golden state 6 point lead. in the third, steph curry nails the three to end the quarter and gives the warriors a 21- point lead. he led all scorers are 31. in the fourth, nick young misses the three. but there's a rookie jordan bell from long beach flies in for the dunk. and the warriors who turned it over 26 times last night -- just 12 times last night, 11th straight win over the clippers. happy halloween, everybody. ha ha ha ha ha! and here's a question for you. is the scope of this
information posted online by russian operatives during the last election bigger than we thought? straight ahead i'll tell you why some facebook leaders will be in washington, dc today. >> and the future of a berkeley homeless encampment in the hands of a federal judge. we'll have the details on the court case coming up.
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plaza. just how far does that backup stretch? find out coming up. good morning, it's tuesday, october 31st. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. special counsel robert mueller's team will continue interviewing top white house and justice department officials one day after the president's former campaign manager and his deputy pleaded not guilty to charges including money laundering and conspiracy. another trump campaign official admitted to lying to investigators about his interactions with russian nationals. foreign policy adviser george papadopoulos accepted a plea deal in exchange for cooperating with investigators. president trump is said to be fuming about the indictments. minutes ago he tweeted out. the fake news is working overtime as paul manafort's lawyer said there was no collusion and events took place long before he was part of my
campaign. the president's claim about manafort may not be true. knee dnc had thisthe dnc said. facebook says: russian operatives published about 80-thousand posts during.. and after.. the 2016 election... reaching as many as 126 million users. the company plans to release facebook says russian operatives published about 80,000 posts during and after the 2016 election reaching as many as 126 million users. the company plans to release more details to the senate judiciary committee today. kpix 5's sandra osborne reports. reporter: good morning. representatives from several of the top silicon valley internet companies including facebook, twitter and google, will all be meeting in washington today talking about the scope of information posted by russian operatives around the time of the 2016 u.s. election.
as you said, leaders here at facebook have said they believe 126 million users may have seen posts from russian operatives! that number, by the way, is higher than previously thought. google found some evidence of misuse of their platformed and found 18 youtube channels probably backed by russian agents although they didn't get very many views during the election cycle. >> we must protect our american sovereignty and make sure no superpower ever, ever, usurps our powers as americans and never tries to at this particular time balance for one political candidate over another political candidate. that's almost a declaration of war! >> reporter: that was senator kevin de leon from los angeles earlier this month. that had senate judiciary committee hearing is starting at 2:30 eastern time in washington, dc. they are going to be talking
about counter-terrorism measures when it comes to extremist propaganda posted online. this is the first of three hearings this week. live from facebook in men men, sandra osborne, kpix 5. a federal court has temporarily blocked president trump's ban on transgender military members. the judge's ruling said, there is absolutely no support for the claim that the ongoing service of transgender people would have had a negative effect on the military at all. back in july, president trump tweeted that he would reverse president obama's policy allows transgender people to serve. rainy season is arriving in the bay area. we should even see some this week and today, we'll learn more about the city of san francisco's plan to prevent flooding. city leaders will unveil a series of planned infrastructure improvements and other services to help businesses and residents. and in concord, the city is once again opening up a free sandbag filling station to prepare for potential floods. residents can go to the city's corporation yard 24 hours a day to fill up, although you're
asked to bring your own bag and shovel. >> hopefully we don't have to worry about floods in the near future. >> for your halloween, no rain in sight. at the end of the week, by the time we get to thursday night, friday, saturday, there is a winter storm on the way. let's talk about your halloween, though, first. here's what you can expect for this tuesday. all those trick or treaters getting ready this morning. keep in mind temperatures five to eight degrees below average. we'll feel the breeze tonight especially throughout san francisco. gusts could be as high as 20 miles per hour. so the cooler and windy conditions may be a bit uncomfortable if you are wearing less clothes with costumes. the tip would be to wear long sleeves and pants. temperatures in the 50s for concord, mid-50s for oakland and san francisco. clouds at the coast will burn off so we'll have mostly sunny
conditions a few areas along the coast with gray skies for a couple of hours or so but other than that things should be looking pretty nice. calm conditions right now where the winds are concerned, 3 to 4 miles per hour winds at the most and variable coming from all different directions. but those winds will pick up later on this afternoon. jaclyn. thank you, neda. right now we are tracking a nice quiet condition. traffic at the limit. northbound traffic is on the right side of the screen there. if you are making your way along 580 the approach towards the bay bridge toll plaza, right at the limit past highway 24. we are getting first reports of a crash along highway 24 right near tunnel road. we don't know too many details just yet. we'll have more for you on that coming up in the next traffic report. and those bay bridge metering lights, they are on!
you can see the cars are definitely starting to back up. this is the maze where the three roads come together. still in the green, 15 minutes into san francisco. back to you. >> thank you. in january, state senators plan to introduce a bill to make sure customers won't have to pay the price if pg&e is found liable for wildfires. investigators are looking into downed power lines as one of the possible causes of the wine country wildfires. a reminder for people who lost your home in the wildfire, you have in apply for calfresh food benefits. go to cbssf.com and look for "links and numbers" for more. for months a homeless encampment has been growing near the ashby bart station but people who are staying there refuse to leave. jessica flores reports. reporter: the homeless encampment is right behind me. take a look, you can see it has
homeless people there have put up a lot of signs. you can see one there saying, first they came for the homeless. and they don't want to move. they refuse to move. they will ask a judge to extend a temporary restraining order to block bart from removing them. lawyers representing the group say confiscating the group's property would violate their constitutional rights. in a statement, bart says a neighborhood association as well as the montessori school nearby asked the agency to clear up the property. the transit agency accuses the homeless of trespassing. because there's no running water or electricity it presents health and safety concerns. the encampment has been here in berkeley since january 2017. >> bart says that's trespassing on bart land.
bart is a public property. >> reporter: again, that case heads to federal court today in san francisco at 9 a.m. reporting live in berkeley i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. california drivers will pay more at the pump starting tomorrow. the legislature approved a gas tax increase as part of a huge transportation funding bill. gasoline will increase by 12 cents per gallon a hike of 43%. and diesel will cost 20 cents more a gallon with the tax jump of 125%. this increase will help get $54 billion in the next 10 years to help public transit and state and local road improvements. they have done a lot of embankment stuff. >> it's worth the price of gasoline going up. >> reporter: special auditor will be in place. >> a 22-gallon tank will cost
$30 more a month. house republicans will consider whether there will be changes to 401(k) retirement accounts. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger reports. >> reporter: as you said, despite the president's tweet late last week, over the weekend, it is reported that republicans are still considering a limit takes of how much of your retirement plan contribution will be tax- deductible. today we can put away $18,000 pre-tax. lawmakers are considering making just $2,400 deductible. so that smaller $2,400 contribution that would grow on a tax deferred basis. and then when you withdraw the money at retirement, it would be taxed at your bracket at that time in the future.
now, any additional amounts above that $2,400 threshold would be treated as a roth-like contribution meaning it would be taxed today, invested in a retirement account, and it would grow without taxation and then upon withdrawal, no tax would be due. >> all right. jill, so why would republicans want to change this? >> reporter: well, it is estimated that the retirement plan deduction costs the united states government about $1.3 trillion over 10 years. and that's really important because the new tax cut plan is scored over the next 10 years, not decades in the future. so this potential change would raise revenue for the government today instead of decades in the future. now, of course, for us, the taxpayers, the result is the exact opposite. we would lose the tax deduction on our 401(k)s today, but we would not have to pay taxes on the money that we contribute or
its accumulation in the future. one last note. i called around a bunch and it is not clear whether the limitations that are currently under consideration would apply only to employer-based plans like 401(k)s or 40 3ds or also to iras or both. we are looking forward to tomorrow. that's when the details of the tax plan are set to be released. so we'll have more information then. >> all right. jill, nothing certain in life except death and taxes. and advice. financial advice from jill in new york city. thank you, jill schlesinger. 5:41. fellow actors are weighing in on kevin spacey's response to allegations of sexual misconduct. >> plus, the hall of justice in san francisco being called a house of horrors! the move expected today to get hundreds of people out of some rough conditions.
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over sexual misconduct allegations... and his response. actor anthony rapp says he was 14 years old actor kevin spacey is facing backlash over sexual misconduct allegations and his response. actor anthony rapp says he was 14 when spacey made a sexual advance on him back in 1986. he says after a party at spacey's apartment, spacey laid on top of him. in a statement, spacey said he was beyond horrified by the allegations although he didn't recall the encounter. the statement indicated that if anything like that happened, he owes rapp an apology for inappropriate drunken behavior. spacey's statement also revealed he is gay. >> my reaction to him coming out gay while apologizing for a sexual assault with a 14-year- old boy does not go together. >> los gatos-based netflix says that spacey's tv series "house of cards" will end after 6
seasons which is in production. the company made the announcement yesterday and says that decision came months before rapp's statement. unsanitary and gross conditions are prompting a plan to get workers out of san francisco's hall of justice. supervisors will consider a proposal to move workers out of a bryant street building and into another building on rhode island street. anne makovec reports. >> reporter: today the board of supervisors will vote on whether to approve a lease on that new office building and not a moment too soon for people who work at the hall of justice. they have been begging for better conditions. the halls are dripping with rust, peeling paint and occasionally human waste from a leaky sewage system. it was built in 1958 and houses the district attorney's office, a jail with hundreds of inmate, several police offices and criminal courts. 30 years ago, the city was alerted to the fact that the building sun safe and will crumble in a major earthquake leaving prisoners trapped and
the city without a criminal justice system. >> 100% we want to respect the health and safety of the people in these buildings. and this conversation has been happening for some time. >> reporter: before they sign off on it, some supervisors want more information wondering if there's a better option like the city buying instead of leasing. the negotiated lease would get about 500 people out of the hall of justice. it is for 15 years, $150 million. and in addition to that building lease on potrero hill, they are considering letters of intent to rent property in the south of market area. >> a lot of offices. how soon could some of the offices be moved out? >> july 1st for three divisions, the district attorney's office, adult probation department and police investigations unit. the rest of the people would say the lucky ones. >> thank you. everyone is crazy for a
corn maze this time of year, right? >> now farmers are going high- tech, using a gps guided mower to cut the corn while it's still short. the finishing touches are done by hand. a farmer in massachusetts says a maze that used to take a month to create now takes a day. she uses a drone to check her work at the end and this year she created an "alice in wonderland" themed maze. incredible. >> that's awesome. >> i have been to a haunted house that had a corn maze and somebody chased after you with a chainsaw. >> oh, i don't like that. >> a real one? >> yeah. that was -- [ laughter ] >> i don't like those things. [ laughter ] >> my friends and i were in a corn maze but we didn't have anyone chasing us with a chainsaw but we should have because we couldn't find our way out and we put up the white flag, surrendered.
we were in there for hours! ridiculous. burning daylight. >> glad you got out. >> same here. >> all right. good morning, everyone. nothing spooktacular on the roads out of antioch, 23 minutes as you make your way towards 680. just the usual crowding developing, your ride along 680 and 242 still at the limit no delays as you going in and out of walnut creek. westbound 24 as you approach tunnel road, no delays. san mateo bridge looking good heading out out of hayward to foster city. your ride about 14 minutes in either direction. over at the richmond/san rafael bridge, we are starting to see a little bit of a backup. those headlights making their way westbound eight minutes
from marina bay parkway over towards sir francis drake. so a big backup is over at the bay bridge toll plaza. this shouldn't be too surprising. this is what we typically see around this time of the morning. 15 minutes from the maze into san francisco. neda has the forecast. it is going to be chilly. here's a look at downtown and there are some high clouds out there. no problem with visibility. there is a chance for some marine layer to come on through. temperatures in the low to mid- 50s. 59 in san jose. 50 degrees in santa rosa. temperatures today our afternoon highs pretty cool. cooler than average upper 60s, low 70s across the east bay. south bay also temperatures in the mid- to upper 60s. san francisco today expected to reach 59 degrees. that's it. 69 for kentfield. petaluma 68. santa rosa 72.
over to the north we go. temperatures in the low to mid- 70s for places like lakeport and clearlake. now, our sunrise happening this morning at 7:34 a.m. sunset tonight at 6:11 p.m. so keep that in mind when it comes to trick or treating, probably safest to take the kids out before the sun sets after 6:00. once the sun does set though it will be partly cloudy and chilly in the 50s to low 60s for a lot of the bay area after that sun goes down. we may see some winds picking up. futurecast, by the time we get to thursday night, friday morning, we'll see rain. hi-def doppler getting ready for it. friday into saturday, more rain. and the north bay hills a concern because of those burn areas. there could be a chance of some mudslides from this. we may see up to 2 inches of rain across the north bay and several feet of sierra snow through saturday. there will be a break saturday and then sunday, another storm
system may be coming through. so we are seeing rain from this, also several feet of snow at the higher elevations. it will lower down to 4,000 feet because there is a cold front associated with this. through the weekend, temperatures are going to drop off a lot but the snow arrives thursday through saturday. the second storm expected sunday, expected to be lighter. for the next couple of days, here's the forecast, cooler and mostly sunny. over to you guys. time now 5:51. new details are emerging about the night an oakland a's catcher allegedly pulled a gun on a food delivery driver.
who attacked several elderly women. this is surveillance video of one of the crimes last month. the driver stopped on the street... san jose police want to know if there are more victims of a driver who stops on the street, approaching women and snatching gold jewelry. but he dropped his wallet before escaping. that's when he ran back to grab it. he left behind a receipt. police say they use that receipt to track down 21 years lawrence carter suspected in at least 7 similar robberies one involving a gun. investigators say he drove this 2006 gray nissan pathfinder during the crimes.
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complaints. good morning, it's tuesday, october 31st. happy halloween. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. >> the morning rush is starting. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is packed. on the left, a shot of levi's stadium, 49ers celebrating or hoping at least that their new quarterback coming into town jimmy garopollo will lead them to a win because they have no wins this season. >> hopefully. our halloween forecast, if you like cool conditions it's a win. let's take a look at what you can expect. golden gate bridge conditions are clear not impacting visibility but we are going to see some higher clouds along the coastline. so our headlines today 5 to 8 degrees below average and breezy later this afternoon especially across san francisco. so my tip to all of you