tv KPIX 5 News at 5AM CBS February 9, 2018 5:00am-6:00am PST
and a frightening hot- air good morning, everyone. it is friday, it's our favorite day of the week! >> yes! >> it's awesome. we all made it. yes. it's february 9th. >> yes. february 9th. >> i don't know the date but i know my name. i'm michelle griego. >> that's right. michelle is back. good morning, i'm kenny choi. let's get a live look outside this morning. yes, it is friday. and we are definitely happy about that. the weekend is just within our grasp as we take a live look at some of the traffic on 880 not looking too bad right now and on the left we have a shot of the embarcadero and right there on the top left of your screen, you can see that little moon. the crescent waning moon. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> a little speck on the screen. we have a nice wide view of it now for you. so there it is. you can see it from our vaca
camera and the camera has been bouncing around. that's just the beginnings of a wind event that's expected to start on saturday. so right now, calm conditions, clear skies out there. temperatures today slightly cooler today just by a degree or two and then we'll be dry and windy for your day tomorrow. yes, starting saturday, this wind event is going to pick up. there it is. there's a little speck on your screen that would be that waning crescent moon. then right now temperatures in san francisco 55 degrees. livermore in the 40s. oakland also in the 40s at this hour. and our satellite-radar showing there's really not much cloud cover at all. just a few clouds trying to reach the coastline. but that's about it. so most of your day today will be clear skies, sunshine, visibility-wise doing okay. central valley dealing with a lot of fog. so if you are going east, that may impact your drive. livermore visibility down to eight but not bad and then across the north bay region santa rosa, visibility down to four miles. but that's pretty good. we have had a lot worse patchy, dense fog conditions.
right? right. things are clear down in the south bay. this is 101 at trimble. the taillights are moving northbound. we are seeing more cars on the road but we are still in good shape on that portion of 101. but not too far from here, a little south of here, we have a new crash coming in. this is southbound 101 right at brokaw and it does have at least one lane blocked. now, speeds are still moving in the green. we'll keep a close eye on this and let you know if it's going to be slowing anyone down. as we head further up into san francisco, this is 80 as you approach the lower deck of the bay bridge on the right side there. you can see traffic is starting to get crowded and everyone on the left coming off the skyway there. so things are looking okay through san francisco on the other side of the bridge at the bay bridge toll plaza, a few cars stacking up in the cash lanes. fastrak 10 minutes into san francisco. back to you guys. the latest spending bill to fund the government is now on the way to president trump's desk. >> the house passed the budget compromise that cleared the
senate earlier this morning. kpix 5's jackie ward joins us now with all the details. >> good morning. >> reporter: this is a good news-bad news situation. the $400 billion budget deal passed while west coasters were sleeping at 2 a.m. eastern time. at that hour, the senate approved the deal but not in time to avoid the shutdown. the deadline was midnight. republican senator rand paul repeatedly objected to calls for a vote before 1:00 a.m. to protest what he claims is runaway government spending. >> the hypocrisy is astounding. every one of these republicans complained about president obama's deficits and yet now we have them out there bragging and pushing and doing everything they can to get their trillion dollar deficit through. >> reporter: republican senator john cornyn was trying to get the vote to the floor before midnight. he blames senator paul for missing the deadline. now, keep in mind this deal is only good for six weeks. lawmakers have until march 23rd to work out a longer term
deal. the shutdown will continue until president trump signs the bill. the white house says he intends to do that. >> coming to an agreement on daca was a point of contention during budget negotiations. so the big question, did they reach a deal? >> reporter: no. a daca deal is not part of this budget. house speaker paul ryan says he has every intention on working with both sides to eventually pass an immigration bill after this budget is officially approved. >> thank you. canadian prime minister justin trudeau is waking up in the bay area for day 2 of his bay area trip. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in san francisco with more. reporter: today he is meeting this morning here at the fairmont hotel with the governor and lieutenant governor to talk about a variety of issues including the environment and trade. justin trudeau is the canadian prime minister. you may have seen his picture around. he is urging tech leaders to bring their business out of the
u.s. into canada. yesterday he held a series of meetings at the st. regis hotel along with the ceos of amgen and ebay and amazon. trudeau is pitching canada as a good place to set up shop for businesses amid concerns it may get harder for u.s. firms to bring in foreign talent. earlier yesterday, he visited "salesforce" for a roundtable talk with ceo marc benioff. >> we know that investing in can't is a smart thing to do in this global economy. we have an educated diverse workforce that does incredibly great work. >> reporter: trudeau visited "salesforce" for a roundtable talk with marc benioff and other tech leaders, as well. so he is going to be meeting with jerry brown this morning and then the plan is to head to los angeles for another series of meetings. this is all part of his three- day u.s. visit. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. the 2018 winter olympics
are under way. vice president mike pence met with south korean officials and japanese prime minister shinso abe in pyeongchang in south korea earlier this morning before attending the opening ceremony. it took two failed bit attempts before the city of pyeongchang was awarded the olympics. >> so seven years later is the city ready? dana jacobson is in pyeongchang with more. >> reporter: the tiny ski resort city of pyeongchang is finally seeing its dream to host the olympics come to life. >> everything is ready. >> reporter: this fish restaurant has been around for 20 years. it expects the olympics to bring record business. family-owned and operated, they are worried about keeping up with demand. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: they have had to turn down reservations because they are already booked on most days of the games. just up the street, it's only week 3 of business for this restaurant. but there are similar concerns. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: the owner isn't taking reservations because she
wants to be able to handle the heavy foot traffic. the crowd concerns aren't just about seating everyone. it's also about keeping people moving. here on the sidewalks and also on the streets. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: pyeongchang's police chief says the massive crowds could bring traffic to a halt. this command center will watch for potential problems with 1500 people assigned to manage movement on the roads. with security a top priority, terror threat drills have taken place. rehearsing scenarios from chemical bombs at olympic venues to potential drone strikes. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: 13,000 police officers will be used daily in the city with 60,000 security personnel throughout the olympic areas, all with the same goal, keeping athletes and spectators safe. dana jacobson, cbs news, pyeongchang, south korea. >> security has taken a hit even before the official start of the olympics. 1200 security guards had to be
pulled from duty because of concerns over the norovirus. baseball season is around the corner. giants fans will get a chance to go back to at&t park for tomorrow's 25th annual fanfest. they could get some autographs from players and take photos on the field and in the clubhouse. this is the first time in three years that pitcher madison bumgarner will attend. the event is free, runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. >> everyone in the studio is excited about it. time now 5:08. the white house is under fire for its handling of domestic abuse allegations against a top staffer. we'll hear from one of the accusers. >> and a frightening hot air balloon crash is caught on camera. >> i'll see you at fanfest. high i'll have more on your forecast coming up. >> and it's busy on the roads. delays on 80 near cummings skyway. look at the brake rights. we have an accident. we'll have the details coming up. fire fighting is a very dangerous profession.
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the video was endorsed by several domestic violence advoca san jose police are encouraging people to speak out against violence against women saying it needs to end. it was endorsed by domestic violence advocacy groups. the trump administration is under fire over reports that white house official knew about allegations of domestic abuse against a top staffer in november. former staff secretary rob porter is accused of abusing two of his ex-wives. they detailed the allegations to the fbi during a routine background check so porter could get a security clearance. sources tell cbs news, the fbi informed the white house officials in november about the allegations. porter's first wife accused him of kicking and punching her. his second wife said he dragged her out of a shower in a fit of rage! both allege verbal abuse. >> within the first probably two weeks, um, i was already getting belittled and, um, nitpicked and sort of systematically torn apart for
-- for small things and fits of anger. >> i don't think he changed. >> white house chief of staff john kelly has taken criticism for his response when the allegations became public. he praised porter as a man of true integrity and honor. he later amended that statement and said he is shocked by the allegations. porter has resigned from the administration. he denies he was abusive to either woman. new video this morning showing a hot air balloon caught in wild weather. a witness captured the crash- landing in australia. officials say that several passengers were thrown from the basket as the pilot attempted to land. emergency services treated the passengers at the scene for back and neck injuries. 7 people were sent to the hospital. police say it traveled just over 15 miles before heavily landing 20 minutes later just north of melbourne. it's always scary to see those hot air balloons crashing and i have always wanted to get into one, but because we do stories like this -- >> yeah. >> i like the land.
>> the other day we were talking about and debating whether you would take a hot air balloon ride. i think i still would. but i'm scared to see that. >> it's a little scary. let's see in the roads are scary. what's going on -- let's see if the roads are scary. what's going on? >> slowdowns on 80 at cummings skyway just past that exit an accident. it did have lanes blocked. it looks like they may have just cleared that right lane. but emergency crews are still on the scene and you will see some flashing lights, delays building and stretching back towards the carquinez bridge. so right now, our drive times in the yellow as far as that ride over to the maze. about 21 minutes. give yourself extra time once you head through the area. this is on 4 at interstate 880.
things are solid for drivers heading westbound. eastbound you are in for a nice smooth ride opposite commute direction there. 10 minutes into san francisco. now, we did have an earlier accident and this is along westbound 4 approaching 680. you can see we have delays building in that westbound direction. the crash is cleared out of the road all on that shoulder but you may hit some residual slow slowdowns. southbound 101 near brokaw an accident is blocking one lane. it's not slowingin down. we'll have more coming up in the next traffic report. over to you. thank you very much. live look at san jose clear conditions for you this morning. and temperatures in san jose
already reaching 50s. so here it is. waning crescent moon. this is our vaca camera. we are seeing the camera bouncing around. so we have calm winds compared to what we'll see tomorrow. 48 in concord. oakland 50 degrees. san jose 51. san francisco 55 degrees. let's show you the wind. calm throughout the bay area this morning. they will stay calm through most of the day today. by late tonight, we'll start to see a little breeze. we may get a bit of an onshore flow today and that will help cool down the temperatures right along the coastline. but then our wind direction is going to change. on saturday, pretty much saturday morning through saturday night, we'll start to get more of these dry winds coming through so napa, fairfield, those gusts will be pretty strong for some of the north and east bay hills, gusts up to 50 miles an hour above 1,000 feet. sustained winds through the north bay between 20 to 30 miles an hour. so there's always that fire
danger when we have these dry offshore winds. what the winds that come from the north-northeast do, tend to drop the humidity levels down pretty low so we could be down to 20 to 30% humidity levels if not lower throughout the day on saturday. so that's what's happening. that's why a wind advisory has now been issued. this just happened early this morning. extending through sacramento and red bluff. no advisory level for us but it will be windy. the high pressure system is weakening bringing us clear conditions. the trough will dip down bringing lower temperatures, as well. so as that trough gets closer temperatures will drop. but i want to show you what we have been experiencing for february. this is our rainy season. it's still winter. we have had record highs every
day for some areas since february 1st. 51 new daily high temperature records have been set this morning. half moon bay set the monthly high record there. so it looks like it's been a warm month. our temperatures have been sitting in the 70s even some 80s . along the coast, 6le degrees from pacifica. 70s to 60s. temperatures across the south by also in the mid-70s today. there's a slim chance it could happen. north star may see some snow monday into tuesday. but it looks like the storm system is going to work its way around the bay area. i want to show you what's happening with that. so on saturday, this is that trough that's going to dip down bringing us windy cooler conditions for your weekend. we'll see showers throughout california with this low right here and it looks like parts of the sierra could get some moisture from that.
but a lot of it will stay south of our region. so that means cloudy monday and tuesday. cool on valentine's day. we knew this would happen. former white house aide and apprentice star omarosa newman is dishing about her time in the white house. she talked on last night's episode of celebrity "big brother." she tried to reason with the president, she claims, about his twitter habit. >> i was haunted by tweets every, single day! what is he going to tweet! did anybody say to him what are you doing? i tried to be that person and all the people around him attacked me! it was like keep her away from him. don't give her access. don't let her talk to him. [ whispering ] >> the white house dismissed her comments and said she had limited contact with the president while she was there. warriors all star klay thompson shares love with his
dog. when celebrated his 20th birthday yesterday, the warriors surprised him with this special cake. check it out. it is like the dog. in a postgame interview warriors head coach steve kerr said it was the best cake he had ever seen. awesome. fans are getting their first look at the new marvel film venom. >> he used to be one thing now it's something else. >> tom hardy stars in the much- anticipated spinoff from the spider-man franchise. he plays a photographer who changes into a frightening creature. some of the scenes look familiar? many of them were filmed in san francisco's russian hill neighborhood. some fans say the trailer is missing just one thing, though. a glimpse of the super villain- turned-antihero venom himself. the film hits theaters in october. we'll be right back. ,$8drw
contract in nfl history. five years, $137.5 million, according to reports. an average of $27.5 million per season after being traded from new england in october. he started the 49ers "final 5" games going 5-0 and leading the team to a 6-10 finish. that's a cake of klay thompson's dog rocco in celebration of his birthday. warriors and the mavs, and they came to play. durant with the block, curry with the garoppolo-style pass to draymond green. touchdown, 49ers -- i mean warriors! warriors up only 2. late 3rd quarter, look at this floater by curry, oh, my! that was a foul, too, and the beginning of the warriors pull- away. 4th quarter john livingston taking it to the rack. two-game skid is over. 121-103 the final thanks to rocco. this dude trying to get on the catch of the day here on channel 5. i think it's an anchor not a finish. dustin johnson shot 5-under 67
at spyglass two shots off the lead. beau hostler, shot 7-under 65, tied with kevin streelman for the lead at pebble beach. the vegas gold knights making their first visit to the tank, under five left. tied at 3, neil with the go ahead goal for the knights. vegas scored three goals in the third period winning 5-3. they were 201 shot to win the stanley cup an expansion team. they lead the pacific division. >> st. mary's gaels won their 19th straight game last night. i'm headed to pebble beach. see you sunday after the final round. our play of the day, in college hoops, arizona taking on ucla in a pac-12 showdown. >> ucla three seconds to go in the half. >> every one of these guys wants to play in the nba. >> another one! 380s in thethree 3s in the
final minute. >> a strong first half and then pulls up the 30-footer from way downtown. he beats the clock. bruins beat the wildcats 82-74. this is your play of the day. ♪[ music ] we are hours into the second government shutdown of the year so the big question this morning, will president trump approve the budget deal that's currently on his desk? >> reporter: and canada's prime minister justin trudeau waking up in the bay area this morning. he is trying to lure tech companies to his country. we'll tell you his talking points.
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and a fifth suspect is on the loose in a deadly bay area crime spree. >> and why one bay area city is suing the state over regulations for ride hailing companies. >> and a look at your weekend windy weather that's on its way and when california may actually start to see some rainfall. >> and expect delays over on the bay bridge. we have one lane blocked. it looks like a tow truck is on scene and they may be clearing that right now. we'll take a look at the travel times coming up. >> good morning, everyone. it's friday, february 9th. i'm michelle griego. >> good morning, i'm kenny choi. early this morning, congress just approved a major budget deal ending the brief government shutdown and now, the measure heads to the president for his signature. >> kpix 5's jackie ward joins us live with the very latest. >> reporter: good morning. it happened so early we were sleeping. it was 11 p.m. our time but don't breathe a sigh of relief just yet. this deal only approved funding for the next six weeks. at 2 a.m., eastern time, the senate approved a $400 billion
budget deal. in the legislation, more than $300 billion of increases for the military and domestic programs and $89 billion in overdue disaster aid for places ravaged by hurricanes and wildfires. good news for sonoma county. the "pressdemocrat reports that as part of this deal, 90% of debris removal in sonoma compared to the previously reported 75% will be paid for by the government. >> this agreement accomplishes getting the resources that we need to rebuild our military. but also, this includes long delayed disaster funding to aid recovery from the hurricanes and the wildfires, money to fight opioids -- >> reporter: house speaker paul ryan admitted no one got all they wanted. a deal on daca is not part of the budget despite democrats wanting it. the next day is march 23rd.
that's the deadline lawmakers have to reach another budget solution. the prime minister of canada is in the bay area. met with tech executives yesterday and kpix 5's anne makovec tells us that he is meeting with some big political players later today. anne. >> reporter: yeah. he is meeting with governor brown and lieutenant governor gavin newsom here at the fairmont hotel in san francisco this morning. canadian prime minister justin trudeau spent yesterday trying to get local companies to move to canada. he held a series of meetings at the st. regis hotel in san francisco with ceos of amazon, ebay and amgen. he is highlighting the benefits of business in canada when it comes to technology and manufacturing, amid concerns that it may get harder for u.s. firms to bring in foreign workers with our current
political climate. earlier yesterday he visited force for a talk with ceo marc benioff. >> we are going to continue to demonstrate why we know that canada is such a great place to invest. i'm going to continue to make the case to every business leader i meet including jeff bezos. >> reporter: bezos is the head of amazon and trudeau says he supported the bids of every canadian city that vied to play host to the next amazon outpost. toronto is the only city that made the second round of cuts. the bay area is out. but this morning, talking more politics than business, a lot of that surrounding concerns about the environment when he meets with the governor and lieutenant again. then he will go to los angeles for the next stop on his u.s. visit. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. 5:33 right now. let's check weather. it's cooling down. >> it is. yes, today still above normal. we are not going to see normal conditions for a while but yes
it's a cooler morning and your afternoon highs will be cooler today compared to yesterday and the day before. let's show you what's going on outside. so nice clear conditions out there. no fog in sight this morning. so it looks like all of that coastal cloud coverage we saw yesterday and the haze is actually clearing up today. here's the satellite-radar. you can see that right along the coast. some clouds are trying to build up but these are high clouds that won't necessarily impact our views this morning especially as we wait for that sun to rise. and as we look at the moon. the waning crescent moon is still out there, still beautiful and clear skies out there across mount vaca. so that's why we're able to give you this shot. san francisco right now 55 degrees. san jose 51. if you are going outside to check out the moon in santa rosa, temperatures 41 degrees. so still a little cooler there across the north and get ready because i see this camera bouncing but it's going to bounce more this coming weekend with a big wind event that will be starting saturday morning. so we'll time out the wind gusts and show you where we are going to see some of the stronger winds coming up. jaclyn. >> we'll take it out to the
freeways where you will see some slowdowns especially along interstate 80. we had an earlier crash right near cummings skyway. now, that has since cleared but we are still dealing with some of that slow residual delays. 20 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. your ride does start to pick up as you can see. this is a little west of there. this is near carlson. and traffic is moving at the limit at that point. over at the macarthur maze, we are tracking -- the backup hasn't quite reached that from the toll plaza. but those metering lights are on. they have been on a little over 10 minutes and that backup is stretching towards the foot of the maze. it's just under 20 minutes heading into san francisco. we had an earlier problem where a car was blocking one of the lanes just before the tunnel and traffic was starting to back up on the incline there but the tow truck came, things are clear and traffic is starting to move at the limit again. we are still tracking again 20 minutes into san francisco. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you.
four suspect are behind bars in connection with a deadly crime spree in the north bay. the fifth and final suspect a woman is still on the run. this all started with a pair of violent home invasions in santa rosa. then the suspect took off for vallejo where four of them were nabbed. police were called about the robberies just before 7 yesterday morning. first victim was shot at a home on fulton road but is expected to survive. another victim was allegedly shot and killed by the suspect in the second home invasion on melcon lane. then a high-speed chase ended in vallejo, and then the van slammed into a fire hydrant. the crash sent water gushing into the sky. that's when the group of five got out and scattered in different directions. a s.w.a.t. team went door to door and managed to nab four suspects. investigators say the two home invasions are connected and the shooters knew the victims. >> both of these appear to be marijuana-related so that's the tie at this point.
>> reporter: what specifically regarding marijuana? >> we don't have all the details but it was marijuana- related. >> in this chopper 5 video, you can see a greenhouse behind one of the homes. the google earth image last summer shows dozens of full grown marijuana plants. in fremont, four suspects are on the run after a home invasion there. the armed robbers were wearing masks and when they forced their way into a house on littlefoot place on wednesday night, they held 7 people inside at gunpoint demanding cash and valuables. three of the victims had minor injuries. they got away with $8,000 in jewelry, cash and electronics. san francisco has filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn a new state law regulating ride hailing companies like uber and lyft. the law allows drivers for those companies to acquire a permit in any city which is then valid everywhere in california. the lawsuit claims that senate bill 182 illegally strips san francisco of the authority to regulate its own affairs.
>> right now, we have a law that says that everybody that runs a business in the city has to register with the city each year and pay a tax. >> this is about having every business play by the same set of rules including uber and lyft. >> also this week, the state public utilities commission voted to decrease fees on transportation companies which pay the state's costs to oversee the industry. officials in san francisco say that will cause further problems with an enforcement program that's already lacking. all right. all eyes on wall street when the opening bell rings in about an hour. it comes on the heels of another 1,000-point drop. iane king hall of "cbsmoneywatch" joins us from the new york stock exchange with more on today and the rest of the day's financial news. >> reporter: good morning. another sharp drop in u.s. stocks already sent overseas markets lower. stocks in asia were down. the dow was down 1032 yesterday putting it officially in correction territory decline of 10% from its peak. the nasdaq skidded nearly 275.
the s&p 500 also sank triple digits into a correction, as well. futures are all over the place this morning. they were up and down now they are sideways. airlines bump passengers off overbooked flights at the lowest rate on record last year. the department of transportation says the rate was about half the rate of the year before roughly one in 29,000 passengers. one reason? airlines are now fast [ indiscernible ] are travel vouchers. two more fast food chains are getting faster. you can order online for pickup and delivery of taco bell and other chains. they are expanding into large and small markets. summer camp for weight watchers. they are opening a weight loss program to teens across the country for free this summer. it's a step to fight obesity and introducing healthy living. >> we hear that with valentine's day just around the corner, there's a new list of
most romantic cities and the winner probably isn't a place that immediately jumps to mind for most people. >> reporter: all right. yeah! this one surprised me. so if you are looking for creative ways to impress your significant other, how about a getaway to biloxi, mississippi? it was number one in an open table survey of 25 most romantic cities. it was followed by birmingham, alabama, and virginia beach. i get virginia beach. the other ones got me. >> biloxi, mississippi. neda is in our studio is our weather forecaster she says that she loves that place. it is romantic. she said it's nice. >> oh, wow, okay. so we're missing something. clue us in. what are we missing? >> i'll talk to her during the commercial break but i guess that's a destination that all of us should go to. all right. biloxi, mississippi. [ laughter ] >> thank you, diane king hall of "cbsmoneywatch." >> i'll have to ask neda about that. 5:40.
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look at these clear conditions on our live cameras. yes, this is a beautiful view of coit tower. we are looking at a warmer than average weekend but temperatures will be dropping slightly by tomorrow. and we also have a wind event on its way. so i will explain it all coming up. a wet and muddy mess in san mateo. crews are still cleaning up hours after a water main break caused major flooding there. this is what it looked like. the water main lost about 3,000 gallons per minute!
the murky water also flowed into people's backyards. four homes are damaged. crews are trying to figure out how the water main ruptured. a dangerous fugitive was shot by antioch police and is recovering in the hospital. about 5 p.m. yesterday at the 76 gas station on golf course road, the man was wanted by multiple law enforcement agencies and officers say that they found a gun at the scene. no officers were hurt. california lawmakers are considering a bill to ban minors from playing tackle football before high school. the safe youth football act was introduced yesterday. it comes amid increased scrutiny over the potential impact of football on developing brains. illinois lawmakers are considering a similar bill. it's backed by the son of former bears star dave duerson who was discovered to have significant brain damage after he committed suicide in 2011. >> we now know with certainty that part of the solution is to guard young children's developing brains from the dangers of tackle football. >> right now, there are no
states with an outright back on tackle football before high school. warriors fans show up at away games all across "dub nation" and apparently the depending champs have quite the fan base nearly 6,000 miles away. >> it's slow time! ♪[ music ] >> yeah. showtime. meet the group from south korea that calls itself the s-curry squad. they are in the bay area for three games. they got autographs and a tour of the practice facility. the fans leave after tomorrow's game against the spurs. the number one fans from south korea. [ laughter ] >> warriors. >> it's so cool because they came a long way. so it's nice that the . things are showing some improvement on the rides on
101. you could say "friday light" conditions near trimble and those taillights moving northbound. we are starting to see the usual slowdowns build as you are making your way from 680 to 880. we had an earlier accident. that was along 101 at brokaw. it doesn't appear to be slowing anyone down. let's take it to our maps where we are tracking again those usual slowdowns and an earlier crash along 280. a rollover vehicle is still out there but not blocking any lanes. we'll take a live look at your ride along 280 near 85 and you can see traffic definitely not backed up along that stretch. you may see some emergency crews but they are working on getting retrieving that vehicle that went down the embankment there. so it could be a little while before that gets cleared. traffic is spreading out on the eastshore freeway. so it's about 20 minutes into
san francisco. 27 minutes between 205 and 680. over to you. the wind event will be starting tomorrow. today pretty calm out there. nice clear skies. no fog in sight. that's good news for drivers especially across the golden gate bridge, nice clear conditions out there this morning. and san francisco right now temperatures are feeling pretty comfortable. satellite-radar showing not much cloud coverage, there's a bit of fog throughout the central valley area but it's not necessarily showing our satellite-radar and it doesn't look like the fog will impact us as far as visibility is concerned. here's that wind event. so here's what's happening. today, pretty calm conditions. sustained winds may reach 10 miles per hour by tonight. some of the gusts could pick up to 15 especially onshore. so we are getting a breeze along the beaches and that will cool things down at the beaches
at least. temperatures going down to the 60s today from the 70s. at 10 a.m. on saturday winds pick up from the northeast and that will impact the north bay and east bay hills so you will notice that at the oakland hills, napa, fairfield definitely going to dry things up because of the wind direction. if it's offshore wind that dries us up and warms us up a bit but we are getting a bit of cooler air coming through, as well. so napa, fairfield, by 5:00 on your saturday could see gusts high up there sustained winds 20 to 30 miles per hour expected. gusts for elevations above 1,000 feet could actually reach as high as 50 miles per hour. and then by saturday night, things should calm down a little bit while you're sleeping on sunday when you wake up it should be okay. so wind advisory is now issued for fairfield, suisun and then further up north chico, redding, red bluff. whenever it's dry and windy that could happen. here's the moon. it's in the camera view on our vaca camera. it looks like temperatures are
pretty comfortable out there this morning. 50 degrees in oakland. concord 48. 44 in livermore under clear skies. this is why we get that beautiful view. here's the record that we broke yesterday. sfo at 74 degrees. concord 77. san rafael and kentfield tied a record at 74. now there's some interesting facts for february. this is what happened. so so far already it's only the 9th of february we have reached record high temperatures every, single day this month for at least one or more cities throughout our viewing range. 51 new daily high records have been set for february. and half moon bay actually set a monthly high record. so it's been a very warm month right in the middle of rainy season and during our winter but our high temperatures today will be slightly cooler, doesn't look like records will be broken today. mid- to upper 60s for -- excuse me, 70s for a lot of the south bay. 75 morgan hill. 76 expected in san jose. and across the east bay temperatures in walnut creek could get warm at 77.
we are looking at vallejo 70. if you are around the bay today, temperatures hanging in the 70s but sausalito could reach 66. and alameda 69. along the coast thanks to the onshore breeze temperatures in the 60s. throughout the north bay temperatures st. helena 79 degrees. so here's what's happening though. by monday into tuesday, showers could get pretty close to our area and it looks like some of the higher elevations could see that moisture. a low is arriving. but no rain here in the bay area. it's going all around us, north, south and east of us but not impacting us with rain. we'll see monday, tuesday cooler conditions and cloudier conditions and by wednesday, valentine's day, things should clear up. that's the forecast. this just into the newsroom. the government shutdown is ending as quickly as it began. just a short time ago, president trump signed a budget deal that will keep the federal government funded for two years. but it didn't come without some
vacant properties in oakland.. to help raise funds in the city. oakland city councilmember a new tax proposal on vacant property in oakland to raise funds until the city. oakland city council member rebecca kaplan says there are lots not used. she says a special tax on those property would increase the housing supply, support homeless solutions and ensure the city has a funding source that doesn't have to be fought over each year. hecklers tried to steal the show during san jose mayor sam liccardo's state of the city address last night with an orchestrated wave of interruptions. [ screaming ] >> the mayor was interrupted not once but four times during his state of the city address by hecklers. they are against google's plans to build a mega-campus in san jose. many fear the silicon valley
city will get more expensive. >> we are trying to say that the city's negotiations with google behind closed doors to sell public lands for a tech campus are unjust with no public engagement at this point. >> there's democracy in a big city. everyone has first amendment rights. we recognize and i recognize at the core of those concerns are the very concerns that i have. >> the affordable housing crisis was a major part of the mayor's address. he reminded the crowd about his plan to build 25,000 new homes including 10,000 affordable units. pennsylvania police identified a theft suspect thanks to a drawing by a witness. it's not the most detailed sketch. [ laughter ] >> look at it. very closely. but it reminded investigators of a potential suspect. yeah. later the police identified this manage, you see the resemblance? of the possible culprit. [ laughter ] >> while the witness made a
positive identification. but they are still looking for the suspect still on the lam. >> sometimes simple is better, right? a budget deal is reached in washington but not in time to prevent a partial shutdown. president trump signed the bill and ended the shutdown. coming up. >> and the new accusations movie mogul harvey weinstein is facing this morning. you could generate your own energy,
to reopen the government. the spending deal that's just been signed. plus: the push three anti-fascist demonstrators are making to have charges against them dropped following a riot at the state capitol. lawmakers reopened the government overnight. the spending deal has been signed. >> the push three demonstrators are making to have charges against them dropped following their riot at the state capital. good morning, it's friday, february 9th. i'm michelle griego. >> good morning, i'm kenny choi. neda has weather in a moment
but jaclyn is tracking our commute and we have a situation down in the south bay. you can always tell when it's friday. everyone is kind of -- we were dealing with "friday light" conditions, but we are tracking a couple of hot spots. no slowdowns even though one lane is blocked. it's spun out facing sideways. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, we are in the red. no "friday light" conditions here. we have had a number of problems including a new one that's just coming in with a hit-and-run. slowdowns throughout much of the morning, traffic backed up to the foot of the maze and the eastshore freeway starting to get a little sluggish. your 580 approach is, as well. let's check in with neda on the forecast