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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> isabel: good morning, welcome to 3 live hours. and you would not be able to tell that is the first day of spring. >> marty: would not be able to tell. >> isabel: the message from zero marked copy. to stay out of libya. >> marty: also former secretary of state warren christopher has died. >> isabel: >> and from omar khaddafi. to stay out of libya >> marty: we are causiseeing 71 fatalities. from the flu.
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>> isabel: this live look outside with the storm and tracking it this morning. more storms on the way there was even hilail the c h p issue in travel warnings. this is the bay bridge. there is a high wind warning. >> marty: it is going to be difficult and even more in california jacqueline? >>jacqueline: after a day of wild weather on 40 more rain on tap. not just for today but also for tomorrow. a weekend at a glance what scattered storms today and this morning. overnight in the continue at this hour and will increase in tensity towards this afternoon. the possibility of thunderstorms remain. as we head into, the widespread/moderate rainfall
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continues. several inches before the weekend is complete. through the sierras, more snowfall. we have very intense snowfall yesterday to the will light up a little bit. and looking at lake tahoe right now could be the best time. however, that strong storm is going to impact lake tahoe and the return trouble could be difficult. with one-ft of a higher elevations, and your return trip from lake tahoe could be difficult. it will time the country to cast, and how long this weather is going to last just a bit. timing of an futurecast. >> marty: thank you, jacqueline and with pg&e is trying to restore power to homes and closing overnight roads in santa clara county because of snowfall. highway 84, from skyline to tortola boulevard is also closed.
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trees and downed, live wires. it is part of his wild weather in the bay area in the last 24 hours. take a look at this. if this is from albany. several lightning flashes lightening up the sky. also the deal from you tube. a hail storm- video from you tube. and several viewers who called and e-mailed the news room reported hail and other parts of the bay iraq from berkeley, san mateo, concord, san francisco, bay- area. >> isabel: the santa rosa neighborhood is still cleaning up debris from a small tornado. not seen in the bay area for over a decade. with descriptions of shaking, and return off rooftops. reggie kumar has
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more. for bridriping off- ram rooftops >> reporter: this twister dropped the siding from the small shad, and it debris ha dictated the streets to be closed. this is where the tornado stopped down. >> i looked up and the wind came down and picked up that building. flipped it over and hit the wires. sparks were coming down and blew over into the pacific st. i ran over to the window and i saw all of the debris i thought it was going to come back my way. and we have things anchored to the ground. it could beings right in half. >> reporter: even metal beams and have, shingles off
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roofs and aluminum siding into trees. julia was witnessing the best and it was denting her ford mustang. then i saw everything go up into the air. it was moving this way and then down the street. this was in my fee--gate [laughter] luckily, no injuries. the owner of the landscaping company will remove their debris on monday. in santa rosa, reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >> marty: the rate has been hammering most of the bay area jonathan blum takes a look of some of the spot for the rain hit the hardest. >> driving on the bay area freeways looked something like this. from inside the car and from the outside. it
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came down with such force created deep puddles with drivers losing control. the celtics, the pounding three trumps with wind blowing these how palm trees with the pounding rain. rain flooded that the debtors and gushing up onto the sidewalks. this oakland neighborhood, tested the tenacity of rain gutters. in downtown oakland the unprepared shelter. they are doing the best they can. >> what you feel about the ring? >> i hate it! >> i do not mind the-rain. >> we need it. >> and this rainwater is filling up reservoirs. this is increasing the supply the pump some people are just
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running for spring. >> this is been running for the last couple of times and i'm over it. >> reporter: reporting from wet, windy, jonathan blum. >> marty: in the sierra, a deadly accident near interstate-80/lake tahoe. 30-40 vehicles involved in this chain reaction. with four-five pick rigs. one person was killed. one truck was carrying liquid hydrogen and that leak onto the roadways. interstate-80 was closed in both directions for several hours on friday. >> isabel: the latest in japan, the collective iodine has been detected in drinking wrougwater test- spinach, milk, also half rhodesian levels that are not safe. radiation levels --with sea water being
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pumped into beef power plant, those rods could burned and release brought amounts of radiation to the amendment. even after cooling those rods, there's still no benefiguaranty-testers, guarantee that rhodesian cannot escape. they're even thinking of burying those so the-radiation could not escape. >> marty: federal, state officials are saying that this is no risk if. the monitoring station and here in washington show that the radiation greatly disappointed by the time it reached the west coast on friday. japanese officials are increasing as to the level 4 toy number five on line #7 as the worst from a
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level 4, to a level 5. with 7 being the worst. fox >> isabel: still to come, the latest on libya. five weeks of rising. for >> marty: will keep an eye on the weather and the ring. right now, pal- calm but ... not for long.
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>> marty: we are back. a live look a downtown san francisco. right now is 48 degrees. >> isabel: the libyan government is denying any connection it was shot down by rebels. right outside of the and gauzy in eastern libya. they saw that could down in flames and black smoke. a major stronghold of opposition. it is believe that this was controlled by
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loyalists of market dufty. a cease-fire from the government yesterday of more khaddafi--loyalists. the u.n. is looking at the next steps to take towards libya. >> marty: 2003, the st start of the war against the iraq and anti - war rally is planned for noon at city plaza and san francisco. >> isabel: still evident rain fall. some of this fierce some not so much. peopcheck of your forecast,
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>> marty: we are back, on the left is highway 50. bayview for mount tam. >> isabel: a little bit of a priest and let us check-in with a jacqueline. >> brian: we have seen it like it showers overnight and scattered showers continuing. those tabs will increase as we go towards this afternoon and even the breaks of sunshine. mostly, cloudy and shower activity on/off. as this afternoon progresses, more storms progressing with hill, and even lightning as a possibility. will stay on the cool side - and hail possible and a stormtracker 4 radar. the storm to the north is pulling in a lot of
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moisture. those clubs are getting carried right into the bay area. right now, scattered shower activity the brakes in the clouds and the rain. that is what will see today with a more uniform storm on its heels for tomorrow morning. let us take a look at stormtracker. light showers today and as this moderate weather cells coming in a line of moderate showers through san vallejo and looki through by midnig this is more of a uniform store by 4:00 a.m.- 5:00 a.m., with widespread /moderate in the north bay and widespread/moderate into the south bay. with more by 7:00 a.m. and this is when we consider when released howling. up to 40 m.p.h.! gusting up to 60 m.p.h. and the extreme rainfall rates
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and extreme hail. continue to push through livermore, san jose, look how quickly this is pushing through. 3:00 p.m., much dry air. the rainfall totals are born to be very impressive as this system pushes through. the rainfall totals are going to be very impressive-by 5:00 p.m., three-quarters tonight. sunday morning, look at these totals! with over 2 in. in santa rosa, one-quarter = san francisco. and that is the early morning hours on sunday. the later morning of course, with over 2 in. and a number of places. all of the north bay, fairfield, san jose, boulder creek, continuing into the late morning hours. with over three-inches of rain possible. with a 2-3 in. expected. and with totals by 10:00 p.m. sunday evening very impressive, too-three-quarters. over 3 in. in the north bay. and to-three-quarters to
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injustice three-quarters, and light precipitation tonight. font 2 in./three- quarters of 2 3 in.. he blustered, wet and windy day. and scattered shower activity today strong storm pushing through tomorrow. early morning hours, early afternoon. very windy conditions will seek showers coming in on monday. as we make our way through the work week the rain will stay with us until thursday. >> isabel: chances are if you know somebody that has the blue it is been white- bread. the flu-activity is been why'd sprea i has been widespread. and if you have flu like symptoms? perhaps
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we continue to go to work. >> marty: a nurse practice foioner is joining us, can you tell us about the motivation to go to the hospital? >> i was at san francisco gen awful and there flu symptoms were so bad that their heart rate cut down to 20. and over 30,000 americans die from seasonal flu. pregnant women, children under the age of 2 and the elderly. aren't the most at risk. >> isabel: is this worse than last year? >> it is about the same. and thank goodness, no cases of the swine flu or h1n1. this is called fight the fluid is free. it is an
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identification. this will help you with your it systems. it is an itunes application and it is called fight the flu and is free. and sometimes if you do not know if it is the cold? or the flu? with fever, aches, chills, the food comes on like a mack truck. it will put you out that-fle comes on like a mack truck. the flu comes on so fast. >> marty: would you recommend getting a flu shot? >> it is still a good idea to get a vaccination. take the time to take the vaccination, take precautions to prevent the spread of germs. use your hand sanitizing, hand washing and cover your news
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and take prescription anti- spiral medication. most people are surprised that an anti-viral--will not decrease the severity of the sentence from the flu. in the amount of time that your down and out. >> isabel: i appreciate even just a little bit of chicken soup. what does that do? >> there has been a lot of studies that shows that chicken soup really does help with symptoms. for fever, used tylenol but check to make sure that if you have the flu? call your health health-care provider ready by, because the early detection can help. i took it myself because i was exposed to san francisco to enroll. i get a vaccination but it does not always work. i was-recently exposed to sat san francisco general.
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and to get preventive measures will bring cough is a problem right now in california. if >> isabel: :? >> the end of april, and hopefully not until may. >> isabel: how long can we expect this? >> if you've not have the vaccination? take your time and get it. take the time to get it. >> marty: and berber, thank you. >> isabel: we will be right back >> marty: barbara, thank you. (music)
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>> isabel: we are back, 7: 27. tonight this full moon is going to be a showstopper. it is a super peroge, it reaches the
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closest to the orbit. in 20 years. >> marty: watch that sky. take photos. coming up, the latest on the recovery efforts in japan. one week after the birth quake and this tsunami. >> isabel: live look outside at the san mateo bridge. it is an interesting shot. it is dark outside. a lot of the of lightning in the background but it still looks a thunderous. more on your forecast when the comeback. (music) (music) we come back
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the live from the kron 4 news station, this is the
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kron 4 news. >> isabel: to live look outside, from our roof cam. a live look. >> marty: a number of collisions with drivers going too fast and slippery roads. and jacqueline bennett. >> after a day of wild weather on friday even more on tap not just for today but especially for tomorrow. the weekend at a glance with the scattered storms out and there. this morning, they will continue from overnight. increasing into intensity this afternoon. the possibility of - is remain. and tomorrow will increase. widespread/moderate increases of rainfall. also 2 the sierras, more snowfall. also through the
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sierras, more snowfall. impressive totals by the end of the weekend. if you want to make your way towards the high country? perhaps not be the best time. coming back? your travel times could be difficult. legal snowfall a half lake level snowfall of lead levwill continue through this weekend. will time it out on futurecast and have your rainfall totals. coming up. >> isabel: hail you could hear through albany. this is probably would call those spinouts. this is probably what caused those spinouts. >> marty: i could actually
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about to san francisco death.through san francisco, and with passengers at sfo grounded. many flights experienced delays for up to two-three hours and we spoke to freudberg the traveler's. >> reporter: self west airlines line was 30 blocks. >> my mouth dropped! southwest airlines. i have been in line for only five minutes and the line has not moved. >> reporter: patience was at a premium many people were fed up with how long they were in line. >> four hours. this is totally irritated and i'm sure everybody would agree. >> reporter: this delay is from the tornado warning and the will rain. the national weather service issued a san
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mateo tornado warning for san mateo county. be arriving flights were delayed for 30 minutes but accretive in incredible domino effect. up to three- hours, it created a 30 minute delay and arrivals. that is what led to long lines. >> and a no. i'm going to get home tonight >> i do not know fun going to be able to get home tonight. >> airport officials are hoping that things will return to normal this morning. da lin kron 4 news. for >> isabel: the death toll is up to seve7300 spinach, milk and spinach levels exceed government safety limits. of
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radiation. they're continuing to try to deal with that nuclear reactor. aftershocks, 60 mi. south. this could not trigger another tsunami. what would you do and are you prepared? in case of a disaster. if you only had 15-30 minutes? >> marty: >> isabel:joining us is 1800 prs .com. and can you give as the scenario? if with 15 minutes. what should we be grabbing. >> caller: if you have it 15 minutes, i would grab my go bag that is pre-packed. with my supplies. there is no time to go looking around.
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my important documents. and if i had to evacuate? >> marty: fast what about those >> isabel: documents? >> caller: what we're looking for in a basic it is immediately for you to take care of yourself until the situation and the goes away. there is food, water, protection against the elements, a rain coat, and the signaling event, a whistle, and even tools. pliers, flashlight basic supplies. >> marty: let us go back and specifically speak about food and water. 48
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hours' worth of water? come much? >> caller: most of the recommendations you hear are 72 hours. three days for each person. and in this country for the most part is seems like a good number. some people would say one week. if you have a three day supply for each person. by that time the situation would have either cut in butter, cut in income or you are relocated some more calls with resources. >> isabel: how many people think about those basic preparedness but the duplicate set of red tape. remind us about that. >> caller: in many disasters we've seen large earthquakes were there is destruction. they lose important documents, a paris court, medical information, insurance documents, checkbooks. and things for
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their return to life. and identity. highly recommended to make copies, and given a hard copy and stored it. and store it elsewhere. put it on a hard drive somewhere else. put in a safe. you want to be able to rebuild from these documents that you have stored >> caller: 1-800-prepare and the site is 1800 peopl prepare.com
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the extreme rainfall, and even a small hail. 10:00 a.m., it is pushing through san jose. watch how quickly
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by 3:00 p.m. dry conditions. the slight bend of showers remaining. this will be impressive as this system moves through. 10:00 p.m. tonight, rainfall totals will be one-third of an inch as we go towards a sunday. watch these totals a jump up! tinches of the amount of 2 in. in a number of places. fairfield, san jose, boulder creek, and continuing towards the later afternoon. with even 3 in. of rain fall. by the time everything is said and done, with two-3 in.. very impressive totals. two-three-quarters of inches and nearly 3 in. in san jose. windy. for late tonight and tuesday. the high wind advisory for the
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entire bay area up to 40 m.p.h.! gusting up to 60 m.p.h. a blustery wet day and this could be a great weekend to stay indoors. hoscattered shower activity tomorrow. very windy conditions will accommodate that storm showers will fill in behind it. as we make your way towards the workweek the rainfall will stick with us until thursday. >> isabel: march madness the women are getting ready. >> marty: bears were treated badly. >> gary: cal basketball, the second chance and mike montgomery said team had victory. against colorado, jorege back, forth, many
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people think that it should be in the ncaa tournament. and and charlotte, his son had 22 points for colorado. shannon sharpe, no relation to the family, 89-72. california defeated. santa clara, the c i t department, where they played at home. fifth at the air force, and if they will go against the uc f-a hawaii. western, many report93 points for the uc of broncos and frank summer role is his brother-in-law in the anchor for channel 2 here at the finish, it is fast and off the backboard?
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no, it's rand sir george mason. through villanova, one of the few favorites were really a guest shot stanford. a lone california teen waving their flags, proudly. california team. the stanford women. the final 14, their ranks seventh in the nation. there will be lucky to host the first two games. >> we meet need to come out and play against any team and with a seed is. and i think everybody is very aware of that. we're not going to take anything lightly. >> with everything in place, the offense. and ithose loose
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ends, and taking the charges that we need. and with all of that, i think secure future. we will secure our future. >> the big story, with 17 points, 10 assists, and a three-point, 74, came back. kv 108-97. the giants, the nuggets who cam and the giants lost. the white sox beat the a's, and even further, this is a breaking moment for a television reporter. this is
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in san diego. this hurts and what is the earlier? that you do not want jeff bush wow we will not escape from this weather patents to his name the rain, the wind.
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storms in the bay area causing damage from friday. >> marty: a special guest coming up. not your typical makeover. eva,
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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> isabel: good morning, and welcome to our second libor. master spies for second live of war. and will get their take on the middle east
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rebellion. welcome to our second live of war. masters spies welcome to our second live hour. >> welcome to our second live hour. and french troops flying over libya. if >> jan: we are going to go back to the 1960's and a wonderful documentary. with the director and the great rosalind russell. she gave a whole lot of money, and raised a lot of money for a medical arthritis foundation. and you see f s, not los angeles. >> isabel: quick look outside through san francisco. it is on a lot. a quick look. three. mt. tam, with the clouds, the sky, and jury--it is dreary.
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after a day of wild weather we have even more rain on tap. not just for today but especially for tomorrow. here is a weekend at a glance. scattered storms out there this morning. post overnight storms continue this hour and increase in intensity towards this afternoon. the chance of thunderstorms remained. ahth regularly increase, with more widespread-moderate to the bay area. the rainfall will definitely increase. with s2-3 in., before everything is said and done. to the high country, snowfall and the sierras. if you're planning on going to lake tahoe? perhaps right now would be the best time. your return trip could be difficult. with a couple of feet of snow to the higher elevations. with 1-feet at
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lake level and that will continue. will time it out on futurecast and how long we can expect this rainfall coming up in just a little bit. >> marty: thank you, and pg&e outages all were weather-related. c h p closed highway 130 because of snowfall at quimby this wild blood of the we have dealt with and this is video from albany. wild weather the with in dealing with that we have been dealing with. also from the east today. this was posted on you tube. this was during a hail storm. you see that it was covered. berkeley, san
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francisco, concord, pretty much bay-area wide hil was the story. hill. a tornado went through smith >> i looked up in the wind came down and picked up that building. and i saw it coming through with the wires. it floated over into pacific st. i saw this debris flying. i was afraid it was going to come back my way ha ha. >> isabel: debris was strewn. >> marty: 2 the sierras, a live look. and the snowfall
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expected. through the sierras, a live look. clear traffic, sugar bowl is looking at 32 in. of fresh powder. in the last 24 hours. 30's and the high country, with snow and rain showers expected. this is from a deadly accident of interstate-80 at lake tahoe. 30-40 vehicles were involved. with even a big rig, and one fatality, one truck was carrying liquid hydrogen that leak on the road purifnot to the latest in japan. >> the radioactive iodine has been detected in the drinking water for tokyo and other areas. and radiation levels and the spinach, milk exceed state limits. after
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the nuclear reactor. firefighters continued to pump sea water to cool the unit. unit 3. fukushima the daiichi, researcwith power being compromised to these. the cooling official said that last week, officials thousands are missing and disclaimed lives. >> marty: federal, state officials are saying that some animation of one half radiation of the spoon on monday. towards yesterday they see the results from a monitoring station in
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california and another monitoring station in washington state. the rhodesian greatly dissipated by the time it reached the west coast the radiation level really dissipated. from a level 4, to a level 5 was increased at the foot she full credit for krishna daiichi >> marty: with french troops flying over coand libya.
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>> isabel: 3, cold, 56 degrees. >> marty: overseas, french pilots over libya. this crash is still unknown, weather it goes moammar gaddafi, rebel forces, or a mechanical failure. still not known. the libyan government forces stormed into the rebel capital. ignoring a the u.n. cease- fire and potentially, complicating military actions. speaking >> isabel: of the middle east, a real-life spy couple. the film, syriana coming up next.
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>> isabel: 8:15 a live look
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at the walnut creek and reports of the c h p road flooding and it santa rosa in the north bay. >> marty: the heel and the east bay overnight. it has been crazy. the hail--and jacqueline has our forecast. >> jacquelin: we have seen it like it showers overnight and scattered showers continuing. those temperatures will increase as we go towards this afternoon and even the breaks of sunshine. mostly, cloudy and shower activity on/off. as this afternoon progresses, more storms progressing with hill, and even lightning as a possibility. will stay on the cool side - and hail possible and a stormtracker 4 radar. the storm to the north is pulling in a lot of moisture. those clouds are getting carried right into the bay area. right
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now, scattered shower activity the brakes in the clouds and the rain. that is what will see today with a more uniform storm on its heels for tomorrow morning. let us take a look at stormtracker. light showers today and as this moderate weather cells coming in a line of moderate showers through san vallejo and looki through by midnig fairfield, this is more of a uniform store by 4:00 a.m.- 5:00 storm-uniform a.m., with widespread/moderate in the north bay and widespread/moderate into the south bay. with more by 7:00 a.m. and this is when we consider when released when the howling. up to 40 m.p.h.! the wind gusting up to 60 m.p.h. and the extreme rainfall rates and extreme hail. continue to push
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through livermore,. 10:00 a.m., san jose, look how quickly this is pushing through. 3:00 p.m., much drier air. the rainfall totals are going to be very impressive as this system pushes felt through. the rainfall totals are going to be very impressive-by 5:00 p.m., three-quarters tonight. these totals! with over 2 in. in santa rosa, one-quarter = san francisco. and that is the early morning hours on sunday. the later morning, with over 2 in. and a number of places. all of the north bay, fairfield, san jose, boulder creek, continuing into the late morning hours. with over three-inches of rain possible. with a 2-3 in. expected. and with totals by 10:00 p.m. sunday evening very impressive, two-three-quarters. over 3 in. in thequarters, and
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light precipitation tonight. 2 in./three-quarters of 2 3 windy day. and scattered shower activity today strong storm pushing through tomorrow. early morning hours, early afternoon. very windy conditions will seek showers coming in on monday. industry wind, 40 m.p.h.-60 m.p.h.. + three wind. as we make our way through the work week the rain will stay with us until thursday. >> marty: that the earthquake in japan. when >> isabel: will the next one hit in the bay area? there is no way to predict earthquakes but a bay area geologist told dan kerman that a series of earthquakes will have the west coast eventually. >> the prediction of earthquakes has an open mind.
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>> reporter: a geologist is setting him apart from the rolls by predicting setting himself apart from everywhere else, is the prediction of earthquakes. in the next eight days, 5-6 magnitude in southern california. 4.6 and the pacific northwest and a major 7 magnitude quake in the pacific ring of fire. >> tomorrow, and for the next couple of days. a critical. hespecially, at high tide. increased probability, of quakes at this high activity. . >> reporter: earthquake predictions before the loma earthquake. has no, they're
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not just based on the heights but the frequency of all their strange occurrences. >> with the talks, cats, pets showing disappearing whales beached themselves in san francisco. the hot springs slow down, cool down. 1952, 1979. >> reporter: right now, none of those factors are playing a role you will have to wait eight days to see if those predictions come true. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> marty: still, with tensions in the middle east a live interview with a couple who work for the cia. >> marty: and what it says about the company that we keep.
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>> i want to go back.
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>> with your wife? that was a clip from the movie with george clooney siyru feeani >> marty: that this have that is a movie based on the this book that this man wrote. they are working on a new book called " the accompany the we keep. welcome. and the company that we seek. >> and i was sent to syria voter in the middle of the war. sarajevo. i was set to
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sarajevo. all my training was to stay under the water, and the incognito. he shows up and he is driving a lime green car. >> isabel: and how would be a seemingly normal couple work for the cia? >> it is fascinating, no question about it, you see things and were told that you never see. so you like a little danger? >> a little bit. >> marty: tell us about about what stands out. >> you know, we did this operation in sarajevo and we were attracted using items that could even read through walls. and it was apparent that something was watching us and were watching
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somebody else. we got up and got attacked in the middle of the night. >> one of our team members was hit with a target in an ambush. >> we've seen a couple of movies. fair game, andsiyurana how accurate are those? >> i think siyurana i think that it is heightened but it is accurate and good and reflects reality. >> marty: tell us about this book, the valerie plane block and lot of the book was adapted. and perhaps on the one word that had not been blocked out. did you
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get the approval of the cia before you release your book? >> yes, you have to sign something, when you join the cia. anything written to be published? has to be approved by them. >> isabel: the current battle east and also love. allow >> and tell us about that? >> you know, for the entire time that we worked together in this ripple we did not know my name. until we can back and work together-and sarajevo. and we went to dinner, fell in love, and we all eventually adopted a child. the book is also about family. the cia family. ha the intersect. what happens when you keep too many secrets. >> very quickly, because can
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you tell us about in terms of libya, what is going on in the middle east? >> as of this morning, with the attacks on been gauzy, i do not see how we're not going to get drawn into libya. are going to get drawn into yemen? tickets thif it gets that bad? and bhenghaisi and even this could move to saudi arabia. there is no good solution to this. >> marty: will end it there, and they are going to be appearing on the screen at the bay area at the next couple of days. thank you. >> very interesting to speak with you, thank you (music) .
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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. (shelling and hail) >> marty: this was from albany. >> isabel: and from petaluma, which meant. through the bay area, it has been a number of places and richmond. and i wonder what is going to look like for today? from mt. tam. it is expected to stay away. >> isabel: ha but the check- in with jacqueline bennett? >>jacqueline: after a day of wild weather we have even more rain on tap. not just for today but especially for
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tomorrow. here is a weekend at a glance. scattered storms out there this morning. those overnight storms continue this hour and increase in intensity towards this half afternoon. the chance of thunderstorms remain. th regularly increase, with more widespread-moderate to the bay area. the rainfall will definitely increase. with 2- 3 in., before everything is said and done. to the high country, snowfall and the sierras. if you're planning on going to lake tahoe? perhaps right now would be the best time. your return trip could be difficult. with a couple of feet of snow to the higher elevations. with 1-feet at lake level and that will continue. will time it out on futurecast and how long we can expect this rainfall coming up in just a little bit. >> marty: it hammered musmost of the bay area, and jonathan blum has a look at where it hit the most.
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>> driving on the bay area freeways looked like this if your inside the car. from the outside of the car it looked like this. it came oudown with such force that drivers lost control. polling raindrops with more of their fair share of wind blowing this palm trees. ocean beach, that showed itself in the form of a swirling surf. alt and on the peninsula it gushed up onto the sidewalks. this oakland neighborhood up to capacity with storm drains, and rainfall even on places. downtown were at this shelter. >> are you lebanons or heating this? >> i love it. >> i hate this. --are you letting this rainfall? or are you reading this rainfall?
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>> you can see all this is filling up water reservoirs. some people are ready for spring time. >> and in the next four, five days but i am over yet. it is time for spring, please. jonathan blum. >> isabel: 73 and lives claimed. thousands missing seven to 300 lives claimed. 7300 lots claimed. meanwhile, crews are working to restore alrestore power. video self of who she
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daiichi. the deal south. >> and with thousands of the left-fielthis is video from celf the coca sheeha push in a daiici perhaps this could even be worse? fukushima daiichi. >> the japanese importers to not have a control over this situation. the japanese authorities are taking desperate actions. >> and pumping water in hopes of cooling the stone.
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then all six services are working together to put their lives on the line. been a regular coverings are still high in the plan, the this is customers. and a contra riddled with setbacks. the weather has been a country riddled with setbacks. the broken infrastructure delays supply a zahn the recent snowfall, has done a an absolute nightmare. >> we're starting from zero. >> the leadership? >> we will overcome this situation. >> holding and the hopes of these dark days will eventually pass. japan will reemerge more stronger than ever before. the amount to another major story this morning. we are learning that french fighter jets are over libya. moammar gaddafi
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have imposed his forces. this is from to emerge as the talks in paris. we are waiting to hear from president obama. >> to take a live look outside. the skies and more about the trip
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>> marty: welcome back, president obama is in south america. purcell is emerging as an economic power. the latin american companies, and the u.s. economy. >> i will be meeting with business leaders from these countries that import our services and products more than any other country on the globe. brazil, and also today chile, and our exports
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are up 300 percent. creating 70,000 jobs in the u.s. and el salvador, so much promise for growth. for both of pollinations. >> marty: the newly elected brazilian president will meet with president obama to solidify foreign relations. >> isabel: still coming up, we will hear about the libyan situation from hillary clinton. and perhaps we will hear from president obama. >> jan: is some merit to amy irving but he just did a great documentary. phireally fantastic musical, and interesting hippies. he is married to amy irving.
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>> marty: >> welcome back. . let us check-in with jacqueline bennett. >>jacqueline: >>jacqueline: >> jacquelin: we have seen it like it showers overnight and scattered showers continuing. those temperatures will increase as we go towards this afternoon and even the breaks of sunshine. mostly, cloudy and shower activity on/off. as this afternoon progresses, more storms progressing with hill, and even lightning as a possibility. will stay on the cool side - and hail possible and a stormtracker 4 radar. the storm to the temperatures in the 50s today. north is pulling in a lot of moisture. those clouds are plume of clouds are getting carried right into the bay area. right
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now, scattered shower activity the brakes in the clouds and the rain. that is what will see today with a more for tomorrow morning. let us take a look at stormtracker. light showers today and as this moderate weather cells coming in a line of moderate by 5:00 p.m. showers through san vallejo vallejo, fairfield, and looki through by midnig this is more of a uniform store by 4:00 a.m.-5:00 storm a.m., with widespread/moderate in the north bay and widespread/moderate into the south bay. with more by 7:00 a.m. and this is when we the wind speed consider when released howling. up to 40 m.p.h.! gusting up to 60 m.p.h. and the extreme rainfall rates and extreme hail. continue through 10:00 a.m., to push through livermore, san jose, look how quickly this is pushing through. 3:00 p.m., much drier air. the rainfall
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totals are going to be very impressive as this system pushes through, 10:00 p.m. through. the rainfall totals are going to be very impressive-by 5:00 p.m., three-quarters tonight. sunday morning, look at these totals! with over 2 in. in santa rosa, one- quarter = san francisco. and 1.5 = san jose. that is the early morning hours on sunday. the later morning, with over 2 in. and a number of places. all of the north bay, fairfield, san jose, boulder creek, continuing into the late morning hours. with over three-inches of rain possible. with a 2-3 in. expected. and with totals by 10:00 p.m. sunday evening very impressive, two-three-quarters. over 3 in. in the north bay. and two-three-quarters to injustice three- just ask- quarters, and light precipitation tonight. 2 in./three-quarters of 2 3
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in.. he blustered, wet and windy day. and scattered shower activity today strong storm pushing through tomorrow. early morning hours, early afternoon. very windy conditions will seek showers coming in on monday. as we make our way through the work week the rain will stay with us until thursday. president obama is going to make some remarks he is in brazil right now. but we will wait for him to speak about libya. all eyes are on libya. french cent and french fighter jets. french cent and french fighter france sent an. hillary
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clinton is also in france speaking to officials about the crisis in libya. details coming up. >> phil had what was insist ent, >> jan: if we remembered fiphil oaks full of music, and the protest movement. kenneth about you - keneth bowser, welcome. and why the
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old oaks - phil oaks ? ha? >> i love his music as a kid. and i was a huge fan and. his wife is a perfect reflection of what happened. >> jan: what happened? >> he wanted a guitar when kennedy superseded nixon and then committed suicide and he kind of was a tragedy of th nine the 1960's. >> jan: also, to delago to chile? yes, he got a round, >> jan: kind of like the big
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cheese in chile? >> yes he was very popular. and when the pan ocean a governmen - pinochet government , phil was in osuth atrica >> jan: phil oaks was the first to do world music. >> he was everywhere, there was something that was going on all over the world. >> jan: zellic, a reference to woody allen's film. and love me i may liberal. >> small circle of friends,
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and he and bob dylan had a revelation? but never close. there was a group of guys and johnny mitchell and the village that for in the same success with close friends and one of the competitive. wildly competitive. >> there in this documentary is you got great footage and tom hayden and jayfvan ro nck. >> not to mention sean penn we have an interesting group. >> in the irving is not in at and amy irving ha? >> yes. >> jan: give her our best, this is called phil oats
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keneth bowser, so worth seeing and the music never stops based on the last hippei, inside job, taking wooodstock, and the figh ter and rosalind russell. >> marty: like to brazil live to brazil. (intro of obama in foreign language)
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[foreign language] >> isabel: that is the president of brazil. speaking of the democratic relations between u.s. and
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brazil. we will be right back.
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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> isabel: welcome to our third level or, the libyan forces are taking to the skies. french fighting pilots have made their way to the air and libya to send
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a message. >> marty: another aftershock in tokyo. thousands remained missing. it will keep you up to date on that. and our weather. >> isabel: 51 to escape? >> jan: i will keep you if you want to-escape, my favorite actor rosalind russell. ucsf, this remarkable actress in hollywood. >> isabel: ha about taking a quick look. from san francisco, how about taking a live look. >> marty: let us find out the weekend forecast from jacqueline bennett. >>jacqueline: after a day of wild weather we have even more rain on tap. not just for today but especially for tomorrow. here is a weekend at a glance. scattered storms out there this morning. those overnight
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storms continue this hour and increase in intensity towards this afternoon. the chance of thunderstorms remain. th regularly increase, with more widespread-moderate to the bay area. the rainfall will definitely increase. with 2- 3 in., before everything is said and done. to the high country, snowfall and the sierras. if you're planning on going to lake tahoe? perhaps right now would be the best time. your return trip could be difficult. with a couple of feet of snow to the higher elevations. with 1-feet at lake level and that will continue. will time it out on futurecast and how long we can expect this rainfall coming up in just a little bit. >> marty: east bay, 51 people to richmond, hit 500 people--pg&e is hoping to
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restore power to these people. also, at the chp has closed a road with all of the trees and live wires. it is part of this wild weather. we have been hearing in the last 24 hours. and this is from albany last night. several lightning flashes likening u lightn lighting up the night sky. and this was the hail storm with white on the highway. many people all lorded our news alerted many people-alerted us. >> isabel: a small tornado witnesses describe this as shaking and boring. this has
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not been to the bay area in nearly 10 years. local landscaping business suffered damage. >> twisted pieces of aluminum siding and is what is left from a shed after this was ripped through the groun from th ground, and sharp pieces of aluminum siding there was so much debris that police shut down the streets. this is where the tornado touched down. >> i looked up and the wind came down and picked up that building in flipped it over. it hit the wires, sparks were coming and blew over into pacific st. i ran from the bible, i followed the debris i a was afraid it was going to come my way. it is corrugated a lot of letters a week things anchored into the ground. however, this
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storm broke big steel beams and half. >> reporter: breaking gates, and although one of sighting shovisending them into trees. and her ford mustang was damaged. >> i saw everything go up into the air and then go slow. and from this point, it was here and that it would of we don't the street. this was in my gate! and perhaps it would-down the street--luckily, no injuries. the owner of sequoia landscape plants on cleaning up over the weekend. >> marty: through the sierras, a deadly pile up. shutting down interstate 80 of lake tahoe, yesterday. c h p says 30-40 vehicles and cal were involved, and even
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large big rigs. one large big rig was carrying liquid hydrogen >> isabel: radioactive iodine has been detected in the drinking water and also radiation levels in the milk and spinach exceeded safety limits. after that tsunami threatened to the nuclear plant. pumping sea water into a housing fool brought to and efforts to housing that fuel rod--in efforts to cool that rod. even if the cooling systems are restored there is no guarantee that it will work. there are even talks up burying these reactors within large
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amounts of concrete. 240,000 people are in shelters. >> will update you on the situation in libya. >> a live look outside. the stormtracker, you can see food flofrom rainfall it's really delicious, mom.
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>> isabel: new actions and libya a tanew attacks, with rebel forces overtaken. confusion how it went down. french officials say that his country has already fighter jets over bhenghasi
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the u.s. is launching military reaction to combat libyan forces. talks in paris. obama is in brazil. >> marty: the eight year anniversary of the start against iraq. try to build it and democracy, and a pledge from u.s. president obama is saying that all u.s. troops will be out by august of this year. >> isabel: still to come, a makeover with the local turner had stylist. >> marty: alive looa live look6 degrees. right now, 48. >> isabel: still to come, a
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>> marty: we're back, 9:15 from mt. tam, overcast and when the conditions through the bay area. >> marty: let us check-in with jacqueline bennett. >> jacquelin: we have seen and scattered showers it like it showers overnight and scattered showers continuing. those temperatures will increase as we go towards this afternoon and even the breaks of sunshine. mostly, cloudy and shower activity on/off. as this afternoon progresses, more storms progressing with hill, and- hail - even lightning as a possibility. will stay on the cool side - and hail possible and a stormtracker
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4 radar. the storm to the north is pulling in a lot of moisture. those clouds are getting carried right into the bay area. right now, scattered shower activity the brakes in the clouds and the rain. that is what will see today with a more uniform storm on its heels for tomorrow morning. let us take a look at stormtracker. light showers today and as this moderate weather cells coming in a line of moderate showers through san vallejo and looki through by midnig this is more of a uniform store by 4:00 a.m.-5:00 a.m., with 40 m.p.h. dashed to the m.p.h. and extreme windy
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conditions. widespread/moderate in the north bay and widespread/moderate into the south bay. with more by 7:00 a.m. and this is when we howling. up to 40 m.p.h.! wind gusting up to 60 m.p.h. and the extreme rainfall rates and extreme hail. continue to push through livermore, san jose, look how quickly this is pushing through. 3:00 p.m., much drier air. the rainfall totals are going to be very impressive as this system pushes through. the rainfall totals are going to be very impressive-by 5:00 p.m., three-quarters tonight. sunday morning, look at these totals! with over 2 in. in santa rosa, one- quarter = san francisco. and that is the early morning hours on sunday. the later morning, with over 2 in. and a number of places. all of the north bay, fairfield, san jose, boulder creek, continuing into the
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late morning hours. with over three-inches of rain possible. with a 2-3 in. expected. and with totals by 10:00 p.m. sunday evening very impressive, two-three-quarters. over 3 in. in the north bay. and two-three-quarters to injustice three-quarters, and light precipitation tonight. 2 in./three- quarters of 2 3 in.. he blustered, wet and windy day. and scattered shower activity today strong storm pushing through tomorrow. early morning hours, early afternoon. very windy conditions will seek showers coming in on monday. as we make our way through the work week the rain will stay with us until thursday. >> marty: millions of americans are still out of work and they can get in a rut filling hopeless. refund >> isabel: bay area businesses that have teamed up and success. joining us a personal trainer, antar duffy antar duffy, and russell carmichael.
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operation, relaunched career. eva, >> good morning. >> what a wonderful idea that you've done something to help the community? tell us >> marty: how it came about. >> we wanted to use our talent to help the community. he thought that i was a great trainer, and how could we help people feel better about themselves? over, an obstacle. >> makeover? >> hunting to recruit the women. >> responding to an article that was posted in the chronicle. i'm mother-in-law cut it out and keep it to me over thanksgiving. she said
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i think the you should write and. with your situation. i waited, just one night before the deadline. what was my situation? my situation was that i was unemployed. and i was is trying to pick up the pieces in my life. >> marty: give us a sense of where you come from our first meeting. >> isabel: look at your before picture! [laughter] >> i have come quite a ways. i have more confidence and feel better about myself. with 15 counts. take you to andrew dufty. and working with management, stress management, and with my hair. >> marty: and you got a job! >> and i got a job.
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>> have you seen that transition with a lot of people if they need that extra little relaunch? >> absolutely it inspires their own confidence and peeling of appearance that can be healthy in general. - feeling. >> and there is nothing better than put you feel on the inside that will impact when you look on the outside. >> she is also worked a dentist, cosmetic dermatologist, and a job counselor and image consultant. >> isabel: 6 people, you have all other women? >> to other women. pam, md marylalyn it is so nice to be
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able to treat women to something >> isabel:eva, ha above those changes with an? that come in with you with increased confidence, eva? >> a good amount of confidence and killing good about myself. spilling that i do this and-feeling good about myself--and getting what i need to do. >> isabel: ha were you before? >> marty: isn't like changing? >> yes. hall was hit before? >> yes. >> how were you before? >> yes, this was life changing. >> isabel: the carmichael
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salon, 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., operation launched career. and i tried to read all of that, launched career,com >> >> marty: congratulations, eva. and a smart idea to make a small change one person at a time through the bay area. thank you. >> isabel: , who will show you own east bay salon and latin the stylist is making one client at a time. we will have a real tomorrow reveal
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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> marty: good morning everybody, 9:30 a live look from san francisco. partly cloudy skies. the stormtracker 4 it is showing plenty of high wind to be bridge. >> marty: people with spinouts. more rain fall in our future.
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>>jacqueline: after a day of wild weather we have even more rain on tap. not just for today but especially for tomorrow. here is a weekend at a of one there this morning. those one overnight storms continue one this hour and increase in one intensity towards this afternoon. the chance of thunderstorms remain. th regularly increase, with and whatever more widespread- moderate to the bay area. the rainfall with 2-3 in., before everything is said and done. to the high country, snowfall and the sierras. if you're planning
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on going to lake tahoe? perhaps right now would be the best time. your return trip could be difficult. with a couple of feet of snow to the higher elevations. with 1-feet at lake level and that will on futurecast and how long coming up in just a little bit. >> marty: this is life. >this is live >> therinternational community's on libya we thank them for the leadership. we also have a constructioconstructive constn with bakhran, with addressing the legitimate aspirations of all the people about raiwith the crown prince pilot that everybody
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should join. of course that process should unfold in a peaceful, a positive atmosphere. that protects p.m. freedom of peaceful assembly and students could go to school, businesses can operate and people can undertake their normal, daily activities. my gcc counterpart say share the same goals and bahrhan, and they have sovereigns to invite gcc courforces and the gcc has also announced a major aid package for economic and social development. we have made clear that security, alone cannot resolve the challenges facing behren, as i mentioned, violence is not and cannot be the answer. a political process is that we've raised over concerned about the current measures directed with the behren
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officials. with all of these partners we have discussed the urgent humanitarian needs rising of crisis and libya. i think the arab leaders for their generous contributions to aid refugees, fleeing the violence of khaddafi. we agreed that this will be a critical concern in the days, ahead. egypt, tunisia,.. >> marty: secretary of state ha larue clinton hillary n specifically talking about the are ron, barhan, to ease the tensions in that area. the u.s. is committed to gulf security and will stand with coalition parkers. and moammar gaddafi is still stubborn with a no-fly zone improveand approved and enforce
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the resolution also is invalid. he said a president obama and other world leaders defended his decision to attack rebels. back to the bay area, there is big news locally. air tran gtraffic was crippled at sf o. many flights experienced three hour flight delays. da lin spoke with frustrated travelers. >> reporter: checking the southwest and airlines, three city blocks. >> my mouth just dropped i've never seen this. >> i have been in here five minutes and moved 1 ft.. >> prolong. >> ridiculous. patients were
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tested and passengers fed up. >> ipad and misaligned for 4 i have been in this line for four hours. >> reporter: with weather related issues and a tornado warnings for san mateo county that forced the airport officials to ground most of their flights. stop all of their arriving flights coming in. that lasted for 30 minutes and greeted a domino effect. with delays up to three hours. creating a domino effect and a partial recovery time. southwest airlines missed their connections. that is what led to these long lines. >> i do not know if we're going to get home tonight. with two people at the counter and allies of the door. >> things should return to normal by saturday morning.
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>> jan: rosalind russell believes that life is a banquet. and she brought us something wonderful. she had rheumatoid arthritis and this medical research center. right here! will celebrate it coming up.
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>> jan: rosalind russell, she was an amazing accomplished actress, the right rheumatoid arthritis research center. she had severe, a debilitating rea retort arthritis, and this doctor is the executive director of the rosalind russell executive research
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center. and welcome. >> thank you. > >> jan: and rosalynn put together? >> issue was so frustrated when she-one sh when she develod record arthritis. she was so frustrated, because there was no research done. back in 1970, there was a commission to make research efforts. in any event, to make a long story short. when she died, the congress of the united states decided that she should be acknowledged for her contributions.
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>> jan: she was on a movie location-you felt and in her hand? >> yes share was having discomfort in her hand. yes she was having discomfort. >> jan: because it was discovered a woman's disease the was not any research. >> i cannot think because it is entirely a woman. >> practically none of being done. their little as far as education. >> the rosalind russell research? >> the emphasis is on research. we look into the cause, the treatment, and all of the others. we think of arthritis, we think about other diseases. with record o rheumatoid arthritis, gout, >> jan: people just need to
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get to you for research grants. >> and even if somebody has $1 million? >> jan: was such a wonderful woman. >> issue was a beautiful, particulate lady. charming. she was a beautiful, particulate sleety.she wa a bea, articulately th lady . >> jan: a true feminist. 476-1141 thank you, doctor for being here. and for making this all happen. continuing your work. here is a quick moakley.lincoln
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the >> isabel: we are back, looking at it downtown san francisco, not much has changed. that wind. >> marty: are expecting even more, rainfall. >> jacquelin: we have seen it like it showers overnight continuing. those temperatures will increase as we go towards this afternoon and even the breaks of sunshine. mostly, cloudy and shower activity on/off. as this afternoon progresses, more storms progressing with hill, and even lightning as a possibility. will stay on the cool side - and hail possible and a stormtracker 4 radar. the storm to the north is pulling in a lot of moisture. those clouds are getting carried right into the bay area. right now, scattered shower activity the brakes in the
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clouds and the rain. that is what will see today with a more uniform storm on its heels for tomorrow morning. let us take a look at stormtracker. light showers today and as this moderate weather cells coming in a line of moderate showers through san vallejo, fairfield. and looki through by midnig this is more of a uniform store by 4:00 a.m.-5:00 a.m., with widespread/moderate in the north bay and widespread/moderate into the south bay. with more by 7:00 a.m. and this is when we see winds really howling and small hail possible howling. up to 40 m.p.h.!
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gusting up to 60 m.p.h. and the extreme rainfall rates and extreme hail. continue to push through livermore, san jose, look how quickly this is pushing through. 3:00 p.m., much drier air. the rainfall totals are going to be very impressive as this system pushes through. the rainfall totals are going to be very impressive-by 5:00 p.m., three-quarters tonight. sunday morning, look at these totals! with over 2 in. in santa rosa, one- quarter = san francisco. and that is the early morning hours on sunday. the later morning, with over 2 in. and a number of places. all of the north bay, fairfield, san jose, boulder creek, continuing into the late morning hours. with over three-inches of rain
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possible. with a 2-3 in. expected. and with totals by 10:00 p.m. sunday evening very impressive, two-three-quarters. over 3 in. in the north bay. and two-three-quarters to injustice three-quarters, and light precipitation tonight. 2 in./three- quarters of 2 3 in.. he blustered, wet and windy day. and scattered shower activity today strong storm pushing through tomorrow. early morning hours, early afternoon. very windy conditions will seek showers coming in on monday. as we make our way through the work week the rain will stay with us until thursday. >> marty: 08, jacqueline and we will be right back. okay.
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>> isabel: the top of the news is the crisis in libya. opposition strongholds that moammar gaddafi forces cannot take any action. the fact is that recent reports
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have shown that khaddafi forces are entering into the city. >> marty: secretary of state hillary clinton is speaking out. will have continuing to coverag >> jan: san francisco gay mens chorus this is it! we love the san francisco caymans cougay mens choruus. spg
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to my chest. >> the inaugural concert. >> jan: how long? >> 33 years. 280 men singing >> jan: is about my thoughts. and you were the first gay mens chorus in the world, and you travel >> jan: bakersfield, fresno. and davies hall? >> an incredible evening with the san francisco conservatory orchestra. multimedia. >> jan: we have so much fun.
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the christmas show at the castro. they have done so much to raise money in the bay area. and you have a website. www.sfgmc.org >> jan: that was more fun. >> marty: i think she is blushing. >> isabel: it is hard to fall that. for all of was, hard to follow that, and stay dry (music)
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