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>>mark: coming up at 7:00 a.m. heavy rain advisories' and winds and flash flooding around the bay area. we have team coverage. snow is coming down happy. >> a bus explosion is causing chaos and israel. we of the latest from jerusalem. and then that of the legendary actress adds this morning. >> life, bay area news, kron4 news. >> a live look from the kron4 news new studio roof. overlooking san francisco where we got up to and what started this morning. >>mark: think you for joining us. >> we are tracking the storm so this goes straight to the whether it to cup team coverage. >>james: good morning, the rain is heavy this morning
and starting to taper off. it is pushing to the east. most of the rain, the heaviest, anyway, is falling into it brentwood. they had an impressive store right to know. it is 1 in. per hour and done with brentwood. pretty intense. livermore cannot get out from the steady stream of rain and it will last for a little bit longer as b.c., the rain's coming from the bottom of this screen and stretching to the bottom of this. this get an idea of how much risk is falling. 1 in. per hour. so far, so good. it should dissipate threats the course of the morning. -- throughout. it is not just
the rain we're seeing this morning but it should be here all week long. >>louisa: good morning james. here is a shot of a flash flood it warning in effect. the dark shaded green to red to green into the peninsula as well is showing a flashlight and effect. the showers are coming down at it and we're looking up the thread for flooding of mud and rock slides as the into the morning into the afternoon as well. here is a look at future cast for, the bulk of the weather is into this debate, we are starting to dry a bit. as we head into the 8:00/10:00 hour we are seeing clearing, it showers popping up through the afternoon. the evening hours are showing some spotty showers as well and is
pretty active even up until the evening. up into this year and we have plenty of snow. the bills are staying low to 3,000 ft.. 2-4 ft. of snow by friday morning, into the ski resorts. have the plans could create an avalanche warning. -- heavy winds could create the avalanche warnings. george? >>george: it was an early draft start but things have calmed down, not a hot spot. we of then.have none. weather ia factor in the commute, siderophile bridge and the alleged san rafah'm-- san rafaen
the unbounded has eased with the flooding as well as the era to eight. a look at the santa cruz summit of highway 17 as we take a look here, no, here. the northbound right past the summit where you can see the traffic is light and not backed up. the rain and wind was picking up earlier and is starting to ease up. no major incidents or problems for the 17. i 580 is not that this morning, the west bound ride is better as well. >> thank you, we continue
our team coverage with jackie sissel. he is at the richmond bridge. the flags are blanketed is now operating, how are the conditions. >> reporter: did was wet and windy. it now is just one day.windy. there were sheets of rain coming down, this was about two hours ago. it to implemented a high wind advisory. i would guess that probably got three-four hours of heavy, heavy rain. things have led up considerably for the last half an hour but, peter your periodically we are
seeing showers still. >> thank you for keeping an eye on things. and that in the south bay craig it is live this morning. >> reporter: id is not so bad but it comes a microburst. it seems like there is nothing but then the rain and the wind picks up, here is another shot. not too bad. there's time with the rain is just pounding into the ash fall. it is very tricky. one of the most dangerous roads in the state, be careful. the wind and rain will pick up of more. the ocean swells and nasty as well. the wind is whipping it around so much the cameras are being moved around. best conditions we have seen it yet this morning. very tricky if you're driving from san jose.
stretchers. 25 injured, no deaths reported. that explosion was heard to read this city. pensions have been are rising with jerusalem and palestine. rocket attacks between the two, and now a bombing that is called a " terrorist attack " >> there is an agreement i rise in have been a noble takeover in forcing that no- fly zone. meanwhile the leader is remaining defiant as the violence escalates. he spoke last night in his first public appearance since sunday. he told supporters " we are making fun of their rockets. " he calls the coalition including the u.s., canada, britain and france a group
of fascists. president barack obama it is calling his trip short. it is involved in the attacks against libya and he will now not to visit maya ruins that he was supposed to see today. >>mark: the price tag for the no-fly zone is topping hundreds of millions of dollars. they have fired at least 160 missiles at a cost of one-half million dollars apiece. they have also sent and stealth bombers to bomb libya and sites. the total trip is 25 hours at an operating cost of 10,000 an hour. >> coming up we have breaking news that elizabeth taylor died. here is a live look at the james lick. traffic is moving nicely.
>> of breaking news, as the killer has died.elizabeth tayloe legendary actress famed for her beauty, her jet-set lifestyle, her charitable endeavors and her many marriages, has died, her publicist told cnn wednesday. she was 79.taylor died "peacefully today in cedars-sinai hospital in los angeles." she was hospitalized six weeks ago with congestive heart failure, "a condition with which she had struggled for many years. though she had recently suffered a number of complications, her condition had stabilized and it was hoped that she would be able to return home. sadly, this was not to be." though a two-time oscar winner for "butterfield 8" (1960) and "who's afraid of virginia woolf" (1966) taylor was more celebrated for simply being elizabeth taylor: sexy, glamorous, tempestuous, fragile, always trailing courtiers, media and fans. she had a fragrance called "white diamonds." >>mark: back here in the bay area we have had our eyes on the weather forecast. we
are tracking a storm. james has the latest. >>james: things are starting to come down. it is what we have been expected, the heaviest of the rain is in the morning. sure enough, at which morning. now pushing off to the northeast. we are still fallinalways allied and showers. it is going from livermore to the south bay. heavy showers starting to move off of san jose, all of this is tracking towards livermore. they are under the gun for quite a little bit longer. we're following light and moderate shower activity. that to 80 is damp this morning. billy has been giving us a shot. he is their life. as for what this
rain could do we have localized flooding, a flash flood warning in effect. it will last throughout the day with an inch an hour along the coast. we have already seen rock and mud slides. future cast will show us where the storm is going to go. into the east bay. is pushing off at 8:00 a.m. or we will get a break in the storm. we do have some on again off again showers and this bawdiness will return -- spotty thiness. the rain will beat both light and heavy and the evening hours. up in
interchange. we are not the only ones getting what. pictures of snowfall in san diego county. these are coming in from sunday, the snow is melting. it only lasted one hour. >> it is spring in wisconsin, it looks more like winter. there are patches of ice and cars are spinning out on the roads. even ploughed drivers and have a hard time navigating the slippery conditions. there was a great day for surfing on lake superior, a couple sippers did not worry about the blizzard warning in the region, the warning has been lifted for minnesota. >>mark: we will be back, here is this year. more snow
rolling through and it will push aloff. it is going into the delta. livermore, dublin, pleasanton. here is what the south bay looks like. the heaviest of there and is starting to make its exit and you're left with lighter scattered showers. the peninsula is showing heavier rain trees and a tail and set san francisco on long 01 0along the 101. flasd affected into the evening hours and we have heavy rain coming down, at times it is 1 in. per hour and that is showing potential flooding
and rock slides. feature cast for russia's heavy rains to the east and as we continue on it is pushing on out. spotty hit or miss activity throughout the day. in to the afternoon drive at 5:00 p.m. it is up, again, it had promised showers. letter conditions but sporadic at best. into this year there is a winter storm that effect. syllable is at 3,000 ft., 2-4 ft. of snow expected by friday morning and bring your change if you're heading here as you will need them. there will be some fighting potential for the next week, as we're looking for what weather to continue into
sunday. good morning george. > >>george: we are not currently tracking and hot spots but this could change on the ice 680 into walnut creek. we will update that into our next report. the bay bridge, at the back of does not begin until you pass under the last over crossing, what used to be the oakland army base. it is still a good ride to the bay bridge for west bound to be. commute to. we're picking up the traffic on the approach and you can see that this is the ride leading towards the stand, is moving well with no backups coming into the richmond parkway. an easy ride on the 580 in the west bound direction. ride to san
francisco is showing an easy commute to. it may beat some flooding of the octavia honored that that was reported earlier this morning when the rain was really coming down. it is not running as hard as it was enough of a clock tower. highway 17, traffic still flowing swiftly up there. mark? >>mark: thank-you, will tran is hitting the runways and showing us what he will face. >>will: (no audio) and then it will get back to that shortly. >> in japan, at the pump for
the troubled unit to treat reactor has been tested and is now working. they're not sure when it can be powered back up. black smoke billowed from the reactor unit prompting an evacuation of workers. meanwhile, officials in japan are urging tokyo residents not to hoard bottles of water after it was reduced that to water entered the water it is up to a hazardous amounts of radiation. >>mark: police and dog sniffing bonds were called to the sfo airport after a flight was making a landing. the flight was to coming from the philippines when the phone call was made to the cargo office. all 340 passengers were removed and taken to customs. the plane was searched but authorities did not find anything on board. >> coming up on kron4 news, more traffic and weather and will get you more information about the death
>> considers harbert 2000 votes were destroyed or damaged in the port, it is about it at $200 loss in profits today. >>mark: we're also looking at a mudslide that happened late monday afternoon. took out a 200 ft. and a section of nilsson wrote in the intersection of sky middle- aged. challenges are studying this side. it is still too unstable to attempt to move it. >> it looks like has the
potential to move again at the top. mapping the cold side area will be beneficial to identify how we will clean it and. we want to map it. we have projected rain coming in for a the end of the week, so, it could move more and saturate the upper level. we want to address the access for the folks up above. >> dan: with no vehicle accessed residents and have made a foot pass around this side. it will be a muddy mess for a long time. the sheriff's department is helping out with four wheeler's. it could be weeks before the slide is cleared . >>will: i'm heading to cupertino to shave the conditions over there. in the meantime i want to show you how things are on the 80 southbound inside jose.
these cars are showing much water in front of their headlights. both directions of course, this is hydroplaning. take it easy. everyone smiled at car comes by it who thinks it is 85 degrees and sunny out side. i lot of peddling taking place. it is when the and as you can see -- wiondy and the rain is coming down harder. will tran, con kronkron4 news. >> thank-you we have our top stories coming up. team coverage for the weather today. here is a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. everybody is out there this morning. we will be right back.
but we have an update on the traffic in a few minutes. here are the top stories. people across the bay area are waking up to widespread rain. you can see storm tracker for on your left at the rain coming down on your right. flash flood warning, excuse me, flash flood watch in affect. 2-4 ft. of snow expected in this year. and then that screen legen >> her beauty, her jet-set lifestyle, her charitable endeavors and her many marriages, has died, her publicist told cnn wednesday. she was 79.taylor died "peacefully today in cedars-sinai hospital in los angeles." she was hospitalized six weeks ago with congestive heart failure, "a condition with which she had struggled for many years. though she had
recently suffered a number of complications, her condition had stabilized and it was hoped that she would be able to return home. >> there was an explosion in jerusalem, a bust exploded in the middle of town. 25 people have been injured, no deaths reported. this here, is the video from the first bombing in jerusalem. in years. >> danwe are watching a moderate-heavy patches of bright moving through. that is a man. brentwood is still dealing with heavy rain, you can see dead to these areas are getting the brunt of the heaviest rain. nevermore is finally getting some relief. you can see the heavy showers moving to the east. it is light enougening up. the
heaviest is now off to the east. we do have a cell headed towards some detail at for the most part we are doing ok. i am spotting some rain in oakland. rock ridge towards the calicut tunnel is seen in some heavy rain this hour. one of the forecast as we cover our team coverage. >>louisa: wider array, a flood warning in effect. you do have the concern of mine end rockslide around the coast and up into the hills. we have had downpours of about 1 in. per hour today and that makes for some concern. as we take it through future test port and head into the next hour we
noticed that the bulk of the weather is pushing off into ever more and the napa valley. ablative giant into the day after day hoursa bit ofe late hours. we are continuing with pop-up showers as we head into the late hours. by 11:00 p.m. still active. the bulk of the west weather is pushing through this morning. rain and snow expected today. shrek friday and saturday and sunday it is a point to be wet. this year is being pounded. - the siera. www.snowbomb.com report. alpine meadows has 4-7 in. with more on the way. seven
lifts open and how would, 2- 4 in.. over two sugar bowl, they stepped of to a hundred and 54 in., 4-6 in. of fresh snow. george? >>george: a dump truck stop rate in the middle of the incline section and a bumper was so high that the toy truck could not pushed off. they had to bring and a big right toe and inflate the managed to move it from the central link to the left lane. look what it has done to the traffic. otherwise this would have been in l.a. to an easy ride. it no longer the case. it has been backed up well before the west grand ave. we might have it for quite awhile.
good news, they are opening bell glance and the left lane, though it will be blocked, all the other lanes are moving. it did block the middle lane before it 10-50 minutes. from here we are going to take you to walnut creek for a eighth look at another hot spot. the sentimentality and the southbound direction has for heavy traffic all the way toward stendhal. this is because of recurring accident northbound at sycamore road. the ride at the 80 is slow. through albany and the upper and lower free shorsure freeway. >>mark: thank you, george.
the board of trustees is a point to be proposing backpacked at $500 million prepared now being asked to reduce their budgets by $281 million. this could be few arcourse selection. >> a dismal signed for a week as the market. congress is says that it fell 16.9% in february added is the third straight month of decline so far. it is below what economist you as a help the market. the median price of a new home dropped 14% to $202,000. this is the lowest price since december 2003. >>mark: we will be right back. care is a quick check at the dow industrial, down 38 points. 11,900. we also
the not want and how, and recover it from i still from the center lane. the dump truck has reached a boil island. the traffic is backed up beyond the 80 over crossing. it happened a few minutes about that the electorate than usual ride it to the bay bridge. >>mark: to the east bay to highway 24 it is really coming down. everything is
pushing up to the northeast. we might catch a break and then next hour. scattered showers and thunderstorms. there could be held into the afternoon. another storm coming through tomorrow. another storm saturday. it now looks like things might dry out. we could salvage the second half of the weekend. >> at time is up for linseed of hand. she has until today to accept a plea deal. she could go to jail for a jewelry act. she is accused of blocking out twit of $125,000 necklace. she could go to trial on grand theft charges and could face 16 months and three years in prison. >>mark: chris from melted down during a performance. he shattered a window in his dressing on
twittered he told everyone that his album was for his fans only. he was asked questions about his relationship with thre zrhianna. >> it is not a big deal to me. i'm past that moment. >>mark: apparently, she was upset. he had a community service charge for assaulting rhianna. >> meanwhile, rhianna is helping the victims of the earthquake. she is creating an album for the japanese red cross. it also features just bein beiber, u2 and other
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debt, record, pittsburg, still dealing with heavy showers. antioch, half-inch, per our falling right now. as a slide further to the self, livermore is enjoying lighter rain. south bay, san jose under some light rain. although your heavier this morning, anything is better than we had in the early morning. 101-280 looks ok, light rain is reported. that is the rain as it stands rain now. that flash flood watch has just expired. now, here is a look at the weather. >> louisa: we're looking at the showers tapering off. it will continue to do that as
we headed to the later part of your morning. we will continue with spotty showers, isolated showers in the occasional moderate downpour at times. read on through as we had to the late evening hours, we'll continue with this wet weather pattern in to tomorrow. the rest of the work week you will need your on berlin's and raincoats. winter storm watch still in effect for friday snow levels down to 3,000 ft. that is pretty low. we could get between two-4 ft. of snow. through friday morning. pretty heavy snow coming down, strong winds. there's the potential for a avalanche danger as well. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay., one day after another of wet weather continuing. friday showers, saturday, sunday more wet weather. >> george: your ride at the bay bridge toll plaza,
westbound commute is backed up. it had been a pretty easy ride to the bay bridge, entellus all occurred on the incline. that was cleared after about 12 minutes. it did not get as bad as it could have is our backed up to west brand, your best approach to the bay bridge is here interstate 80 coming from the nimitz freeway. your ride to the bay bridge is still pretty slow. a few breaks in there, and looks as though it's raining once again as you come from the upper to the lower east shore freeway. that is why the ride is grinding along. that entire structure is under the limit from highway 4. south bay 101 slowing up in the northbound direction as you try to get up towards santa clara at a downtown san jose. earlier reoccurring problems have cleared up for the northbound 101 ride. >> justine: thank you, team
coverage of the weather was jackie sissel, he is live forest at the richmond san rafael bridge. definitely windy is it's still raining? >> reporter: we had a break for about an hour, we're seeing another cell come through. it is starting to rain out here again, nothing compared to earlier this morning, it was torrential rain coming down somewhere in the half-three-quarters of an inch an hour rain. that was going for about three hours. you combine that with the high wind advisory that was issued in may driving a white knuckle experience. lots upon thing. we had a break for six-7:30 a.m. different cells roll in, now has started to pick up again. it will be one of those days are we just have to put up with the on and
offering. if you're driving across any of the bridges this morning be aware of that high wind advisory. >> justine: thank you, for keeping us updated this morning mark? >> mark: was stricken with yoli. yoli? (inaudible) >> mark: heavier rain this morning it looks like conditions are slightly improving all these a lot of water pumping up on the road way. we will keep checking in with their reporters watching the rain. >> justine: sadness out of hollywood,elizabeth taylor, the legendary actress famed for her beauty, her jet-set lifestyle, her charitable endeavors and her many marriages, has died, her publicist told cnn wednesday. she was 79.taylor died "peacefully today in cedars-sinai hospital in los angeles." she was hospitalized six weeks ago with congestive heart failure, "a condition with which she had struggled for many years. though she had recently suffered a number of complications, her condition had stabilized and it was hoped that she would be able to return home. sadly, this was not to be." though a two-time
oscar winner for "butterfield 8" (1960) and "who's afraid of virginia woolf" (1966) taylor was more celebrated for simply being elizabeth taylor: sexy, glamorous, tempestuous, fragile, always trailing courtiers, media and fans. she had a fragrance called "white diamonds." she was married eight times, she was a spokeswoman for her to him mandatary and causes in the interests special oscar in 1993. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. we're watching the latest development at the middle east will have more affirmation on libya coming up, a terrorist attack, two buses in jerusalem the latest details coming up. i live look here from san francisco the rain is still fal.
>> mark: world news, the latest developments coming at of israel, here the pictures of us exploding in jerusalem, to what their windows blown out rate near the main entrance shattering windows, reports of people lying on the grant being taken away in stretchers. we're letting one woman has died from injuries. it appears to be the first bus bombing in several years it comes against rising tensions in israel. halston
and have fired rockets in the recent weeks proffering is there really forces to protect. >> justine: of lance warships will start patrolling off libya's coast forcing the u.n. arms embargo on the country the leader gaddafi reminds defiance as violence escalates he spoke last night in his first public appearance since sunday he told reporters and supporters we are making fun of their rockets, he called the coalition including the united states can across britain, the most elite a group of fascists. president obama is cutting short his latin trip because it's become order for shattered by u.s. air strikes. the president eliminated a visit to my and rinse from his artillery today. --might and
ruins. >> mark: hundreds of millions of dollars is the price so far in libya they fired at least 16 $2 million 2 missiles. p-2 stealth bombers have them sign round-trip total flying time 25 hours operating cost of $10,000 an hour. pedestrians are causing a bit of esther. let's get the latest with now, here is stanely roberts, with some people behaving badly. >> stanley: police conducted a decoys staying in the city of belmont the town averages three collisions per year. it included officers from beaumont, foster city, millbrae, burlingame, san mateo and san mateo county sheriff's office. a police decoy's
simply walks back and forth across the street in the crosswalk to see if drivers stop. some stops, there were quite a few that did not. like the driver of this minivan. >> did you see the pedestrian? >> it took place at multiple locations around beaumont this ones that fit the not to me now, whenever a pedestrian as crossing you have to stop. >> the also set up another location but that one ended abruptly. >> when this s.c. be granted this pickup truck because the picture truck stop for the pedestrian but is tv did not. another location was that ralston and commerce street. >> the reason i stopped years for violating the pedestrian right away. >> stanley: the worst is
here, it was a, of violators. watch as to minicars' pass this decrease standing in that clearly marked crosswalk. in the end, 93 drivers stopped, 77 were issued tickets. all for failing to yield two people in a crosswalk. stanley roberts, kron4 news. >> mark:k: if you have a comment or a story idea you can email stanely at firstname.lastname@example.org m. we'll be right back with gard according to gary.
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came back they were down 21 points. >> gary: there is nba's tv. i may have been talking to my wife and children. >> mark: how dare you you missed one of the best basketball games in the last 30 years. >> gary: normally, everyone will stay at of the ram, i wasn't even thinking about it. >> mark: i think that pose game set of like to be home by 11, this one was passed by bedtime. the kid's got a better around 8:38 p.m. before you not owls and hang attention to sports armas tripled over time. >> mark: the lakers win 139- 137. 42 point, of to the
gain is said and tired i want to go home and make pancakes. >> gary: is that what he said? >> mark: yes. >> gary: that is something to watch, especially when the play 82 games if you have 10 games the really great i think you've got something. >> mark: they've won 13 of 14. >> gary: as exciting as it was to have the other guy i join you still have to say they're always could it's gotta be the lakers again. >> mark: it gets really excited for the playoffs. >> gary: you hear it as coming out of the word work, there are pros, this coming back, the college game is more exciting. maybe for a couple of weekends.
night in, night out if you have the remote in an answer which rarely see their best, our guys that are trying hard, good spirit. i will take my chances with the best players in their world. >> mark: nfl, at last reached the announced more penalties harder hitting, this morning the announcer moving the kickoff from the 30-to the 34. >> to think that's in a strange way with these negotiations are basically the honor say there is a lockout, no one's doing any business server and do something to remind you whose broad >> mark: . i think in no way makes them look stupid. were changing this role, are treating this room. you don't even have a steep season rain now. >> gary: you know they are of her blood when you come back of the 18 claims. >> mark: , owners have been
speculating about that. >> gary: you always hear that it's going to help the health, house moving up 5 yds get the good of the stadium every game. is that the comeback that the u.s. from back? >> mark: i think that's the most exciting part watching the kickoff and kick returner >> gary: . if you're really serious about someone to help educate. really the coalition, i don't know how you can change your role weather is a lockout going on. >> mark: it seems silly that they're announcing of israel changes and they may not have this season. i remember watching of the c f l games. >> gary: if as a player, particularly one some of these bottom tier guys are
living paycheck to paycheck you automatically get three cars come up because. i'd say, i did get some paychecks pretty soon my first inclination the hell with the rule, the settlement. >> mark: to juicy the players association could at that list to help the players either at home, turned down the heat in your house. >> gary: my favorite is lose half those hangers. >> mark: they should issue these guidelines regardless. onto baseball, we had a stake in '94, but now we hear that he will retire as commissioner. probably teach at wisconsin. >> gary: that >> mark: just come up? yes.
he may take a teaching position. this guy has quite a legacy. >> gary: they make money. his legacy will be with billion dollar contract. obviously, they'll have to oversee the entire league. the bottom line there divined by the television deals. >> mark: exactly. >> gary: you don't hear too much from them, they were outstanding, the tv didn't really skyrocket and now this new guy did. how old is he? >> mark: 50s. 63. >> gary: older than that. is it a 70 something? >> mark: he graduated in wisconsin in 76. craig the date is 56. --56. he's in
the '70s. >> gary: ok when you said 50s i said that the hard life. >> mark: he looks good the diploma. >> gary: i know is loud when i say is they go into teaching at the lecture every two months at of the keys to and to great papers when he was making 15 million the year as the baseball commissioner. >> mark: 2 by gary. can't carry on the radio later on. will your back is kron4 mornings continues.
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>> james: welcome back to the kron 4 news. keeping an eye an iran air looks like most of the heavy showers have gone away. we're following a little less activity at here. there is a sellout they're dropping rain at the rate of an inch per hour. fairly dense. so far so good. more detailed look coming up. >> george: a much better commute here at the bay bridge, 45 minutes-one hour ago it was a hot spot. we have installed dump truck in has recovered nicely. no longer a hot spot. >> justine: thank you, let's recap our top stories. screen legend elizabeth
taylor has died, she passed away from heart failure. israeli police are banning palestinian militants for a bomb attack at a crowded bus stop. israel's minister of public security says the militants planted the to pound device in a bag leaving it on the sidewalk. officials are urging tokyo's residents not to hoard bottles of water after was determined that radiation levels have exceeded the limit that considered safe from infants. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live look website as we are tracking the storm clouds, a few showers. kron4 baseball special this saturday. gary will be hosting in. player interviews and a close-up look at spring training this saturday at 8 right here on kro
>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. a live look from heavenly. the temperatures around the cold side. this now is falling. a low-interest storm warning. let's get more on the sierra, now, here is a look at the traffic. now, here is a look at the weather. >> james: tracking and rain in the last seminal we are watching one sell a year martinez. check the rainfall rate one quail 1 in. per hour. also a little bit in the oakland hills. a limited to tens of an inch. these are fairly quick moving it will be up into the hills before too much longer. south bay and light rain. for certain sections of
101280 scsi make your way up the peninsula. let's go to louisa as she's keeping an eye and future cast where we are watching things progress throughout the day. it will build again by tomorrow. >> that flash flood watch has expired we're just watching showers late napa bit. keeping in mind we are seeing that continuous flow of the wet weather. flood and is still a concern, a concern up in the hills and the coastline. 10:00 different picture some nice break so there will still continue to stay wet. the looks like we will keep the chances of isolated pocket char's during the afternoon. notice of this yellow indicates heavy downpours in the afternoon, evening, still keeping the threat of the occasional heavy downpours. nine-ton a
clock, that's from your action going to continue to see that wet weather scattered showers throughout much of the area. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. as we headed to tomorrow we continue to heavy rain, strong winds. by the weekend another round of what the weather. >> george: traffic hasn't caught up with us, 680, walnut creek. heavy traffic into walnut creek. all roads leading away from walnut creek and into it on 680 southbound is pretty jim that. so is the right and interstate 80 it's a hot spot with a really slow traffic coming down from hercules. take a look at our albany kerman it is just grinding along. --albany
camera. your ride on highway 101, heading to belmont, the tail lights here are southbound heading towards holly street. it's a pretty good ride so far, the northbound, but is the commute direction is pretty solid up retiree 92. it will be heavy tell about the peninsula or things will break up for 101 sluggish traffic continues up to millbrae. bay bridge had been a hot spot, hardly any back up left. once the dump truck was cleared the traffic eased pretty quickly. >> justine: we continue our team coverage with jackie sissel, and on the ground where you are by the richmond bridge hours it going? >> reporter: it is on and
profits more on them off at this point. real and imaginary dealing at the rain, we also have a high wind advisory on the richmond san rafael bridge you can see the flag is by angry now. it makes for a really hard driving conditions. especially on the upper deck. and makes for a white knuckle ride across the span. lots of pulling it has been a rough morning. in early this morning, it was raining extremely hard. someone half-inch-three-quarters of an inch an hour rate. that listed for three-four hours lots of flooding on their race. its level a little bit. we'll have to deal with on and off all day long. >> mark: let's go to craig sklar, he's in san jose and
it had some very heavy rain. earlier in the mounds watching conditions and higher in 17 now downtown. greg? >> reporter: they got hammered for much of the early-morning hours it's not so bad. people are heading off to work over by city hall. looking to the east, people like to bring up the ambrose for much of the morning water cooling, raining pretty hard. not so bad now. they will probably get caught again. it's coming in scrawls. big heavy bursts of rain followed by some decent weather. for people who rate eased to 370 days a year, this is a situation they're not used to. as it is, they have to deal with it. as best they can. back to you. >> mark: we'll keep tracking the storm, proper insurance
against the thunderstorms. christine? >> reporter: the operator of japan's dangerous plants as the pump or the troubled reactor has been tested is now working. officials are not sure when it can be powered by a >> justine: . black smoke billowed come to an evacuation of workers. officials here are urging people in tokyo not to hoard water after it was determined that radiation levels have exceeded the limit of its considered safe for infants. water is just one of the many concerns that has been raised. >> mark: new details on may story we brought you last night. police recalled out to the airport after a flight from the philippines made a landing there. will that slate was in flight there was a call training that flight. nearly 340
passengers removed, taken to customs, the plan was search authorities did not find anything. >> justine: elizabeth taylor, the legendary actress famed for her beauty, her jet-set lifestyle, her charitable endeavors and her many marriages, has died, her publicist told cnn wednesday. she was 79.taylor died "peacefully today in cedars-sinai hospital in los angeles." she was hospitalized six weeks ago with congestive heart failure. >> she's the last of the people that started when there were very young, her beauty, i was around her one time at the awards, was standing woman. more than that, if she had this wild sissel laughed. she was bigger than life. she started at age 12, even under she was in movies. she had this remarkable beauty, they brought her a very young age to the holly world world. she moved done to
amazing movies. both of those movies had huge fashion influence all over the world. she won an oscar, of course cleopatra it changed the way movie stars were paid. she was the first person to get $1 million. she was remarkable on so many levels. she is survived by 10 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. >> mark: we'll be right back of the kron 4 morning news continues a little bit of a break with a few scattered showers.
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wounded, one person has died from their injuries. for the first bus bombing in several years. tensions have been rising, palestinians have been firing rockets and mortars. israeli forces have been retaliating. >> justine: the calendar may say spring but it's still winter in wisconsin. slick roads are being blamed for car accidents is. drivers had to slam on their brakes to avoid ice. it ended up spinning out on the side of the road. plow drivers their finding it tougher " called to--difficult to navigate. they didn't seem to care that there was a blizzard warning in effect for the region. that is now, the warning has been lifted. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. another live look at cyrus or
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...we finally had a new home. [ male announcer ] from pre-approval to closing, citi is with you every step of the way. what's your story? citi can help you write it. >> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. let's check in with yoli she's been watching highway 101. >> reporter: just when i thought we'd get a break it started coming down again it is coming down pretty good. you can see this pedal, you can see how much rain is coming down. speaking of puddles, that's what commuters need to watch out for especially on the fast lane. there's quite a bit of standing water. also of some of the ramps you want to take it slow there's a lot of standing water. drive safely. it's pretty hairy. >> mark: thank you, now, here is a look at the weather. >> james: keeping an eye and
storm tracker 4 as we have been all morning long. let's zoom in on some of the portions of the day that saw heavy rain, we had some of the martinez. that is pretty much gone. the sharp fray we had some rain a moment ago not so much anymore. udc potential for some light sprinkles primarily down cells. san essays in the clear. we are picking up some heavier rains over the santa cruz mountains. the summit may be getting some. boulder creek also. at this point where a liking for light scattered showers with the potential for a pop-up showers storm. >> louisa: give me an idea
of what you expect for the remainder of the day as we had to this our most of the activity to worries. then a better chance of seeing some trying really the pattern for today as they will stay late bringing some light showers to a good portion of the day at times to get some moderate downpours santa sister companies bay, all of this yellow shows moderate downpours. certainly not done with the occasional downpours times. but still continues to stay fairly sparsely in nature. we will catch sun-dried bricks here and there but a good portion will stay wet. even if it's a light rain. the heavy stuff is there a pass from through pushing to the east. expecting heavy snow on the sierra. it's in effect until 11:00 on friday. two-4 ft. of snow is possible. this will continue to good portion of your work
week. then to about 3,000 ft. plenty more snow up there. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. another day of heavy rain, strong winds showers on friday another round of what weather this weekend. monday, tuesday we're dry out. www.snowbomb.com. ski report. 172-2 9 in., 4-7 of new powers are. walnut, 125- 29 and. 7 less are open sugar ball 154-287. a live 7, much more snow is expected. >> george: a number of hot spots, especially so at 101 and 85, 88. the 280 is not
as bad. let's get this 101 ride really heavy. not quite up to highway 237280101 is heavy in almost every direction. 85 of the cupertino are really so commute. 80 other campbell as you head up to the 101 will be a really slow. that in the northbound direction. the right here on highway 101. seth mount. still pretty jammed that it is a hot spot for sure. also was there to the caldecott tunnel in the midst your oakland, 580 at the san leandro. both really slow. the bay bridge is not a problem. interstates 0 is quite so. you will see in fact is that the bay bridge has been a pretty good commute have the any back
up. despite the slow traffic. mark, just the in >> mark: ? kron4 is j r is the joining us. good morning j r. >> reporter: is cold, dreary, it is snowing. i can tell you when i went to bed last night knows snow on the main roads. but there's been a lot of snow in the last couple of weeks, months. you have the buildup but the roads themselves look pretty clear. i woke up, kron4, 5 in. of snow. it is a powdery snow. i can tell you their snowplows everywhere, the rugs are slippery. they say that this could keep going through the week. it's a cold, snowy one this morning. >> justine: hurt people doing anything to enjoy it
or heat this weather? >> mark: we seem to love lost and great video that we just and then you can see this note continuing. 5 ft. of snow in the last seven days another 3 ft. as possible. of course chain requirements right now. >> reporter: he dropped the city does went skiing. >> justine: the rain is not as heavy at this time but the traffic is. will transposes the driving conditions. >> will: 237 between san as an milpitas just pass the boulevard exit. this is the area where traffic starts to loosen up. before here it's all bumper-to-bumper. even though the heavy rainfall that we saw is don there is still a steady rainfall that comes down it's causing traffic to go considerably slower and then it normally
does that could be a good thing, with traffic being bumper-to-bumper cars cannot ski. more updates coming up. for now reporting to 37 will tran, kron4 news. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. all of looking outside rain now be sure freeway traffic is bumper-to-bumper. a programming note, baseball special this saturday gary is hosting baseball by the bay. as well as player interviews, spring training that is this saturday. raise your kron4. this is your captain speaking, we are fourteenth in line for takeoff.
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are seeing some lifting ran around downtown san francisco things are starting to calm down. as we taking a closer end to the delta, places like concord, walnut creek, still keeping showers out there. places like alameda, san leandro, hayward still dealing with wet weather. down into the south bay to cupertino, campbell. as a ticket to the morning and get a chance of trying out as we head towards the late morning hours. the wet weather approaches to the east, the north. a lot of saturated ground from this continuous rainfall. more storms on the way. as a ticket to the rest of the day we continue spotty showers moderate downpour's we're not ruling that out. evening hours, late evening, seems to continue
to bring is plenty of wet weather. lots of snowfall in the sierra winter storm warning in effect not just today, tomorrow but all the way until friday. by friday morning 2-4 ft. of smell. cell levels dropping down to 7,000 ft.. a continuous strand of wet weather to get their work week. . the heavier rain. friday shares continues saturday brings another round of what weather. >> george: the red and 80580 the commute to oakland, pretty slow rain now especially at a san leandro. rain is really having its where the traffic. none are on the hot spot succeeds your ride of the pleasant hill, and to san ramon. in today and delicate this, 680
is to end up in both directions. not often that we see this much traffic here. westbound 24 is pretty slow from walnut creek to oakland. below the speed limit for that right. so's the truck on interstate 80. although it is improving. the heaviest traffic is going to be rate their in the mid east shore. your ride to the richmond san rafael did bridge has been under a high wind advisory is still a pretty good one. if you had crossed the bridge because of the altitude the height above the water especially if you drive a high-profile vehicle you will notice the winds. if you want to avoid all public transit is problem free. >> mark: jackie sissel is live, with the latest on the
conditions. it seems like it's better than it was? >> reporter: i exit have a pot of the blue sky. --i actually have some blue sky. this is what it looked like earlier, it started around 2 33:00 today. almost up an inch an hour. you combine that with the high wind advisory it made for real white drive coming to the north bay. lots of pooling. everyone has been talking about as much rain as in the scene of the laws couple of days. not surprised to see some of them spilling for now i can see the sun coming out.
died down for a while. what's going on as it dies down and then it picks up. people are bundled up in a town where there used to 300 or more sunny days a year. on flesh flayed the rain as fortunate as and freshly starting to pick up. people as they're heading off will probably have to break out their umbrellas. it's not as bad as earlier today. >> mark: thank you, now, here is a look at the weather. >> louisa: been in fact rain now much of the activity is sitting in the east bay. we'll show you where the problem spots are. justice of oakland getting some very heavy downpours. as we take a closer, watch this cell
showing some fairly moderate downpours. we also have another cell pushing its way up to the north of that. this is all pushing to the north, east. it is still pretty active. elsewhere just starting to lay napa bet. the north bay, highway 37 still keeping a what there. as we widen that out all of that wet weather is pushing to the east. starting to see that snow come down the big cell lung eye80n 0 long island-80. --i- 80. -we have a better chance of that system pushing off
to the east by 10:00, looks like it's tracking a bit slower than expected what we will see is some spotty showers do at the afternoon, into the evening. the potential for moderate downpour's is there. pretty unstable. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. tomorrow heavy rain, strong winds come showers by friday another round of what weather by the weekend. george? >> george: we have been tracking the slow, hot spots, this is slow down hot spots them being incident related let's start with the peninsula there is a number of them. the southbound ride approaching 92 the northbound ride on 101 very heavy. unusually heavy is the ride along interstate 280. coming to daly city, as you head down towards the valley south of 92 woodside
very heavy traffic for about 280. down here it's not too bad, 101. eight sarah northbound, at of cameras. still heavy from downtown the right here on, these maps and not lacking in the direction expected, luxury of a red on 80 westbound. so was the right on interstate 680. especially cells, it is unusually slow even on the northbound side. in to danville almost alamo. i'm sure to that slow traffic on 80 here's another look at it. this is from the albany curve. you can see traffic coming is moving well, it starts to slow down. remaining heavy all along
the shore freeway. bay bridge, now back up, no play. >> mark: latest on the crisis in japan. the operator is saying that come for the troubled you did is saying it's been tested and is working. you can see the black smoke billowing from that reactor unit prompted another evacuations. japanese officials are urging people in tokyo not to hoard bottled water. radiation levels had exceeded the limit considered safer for infants. many parents using it to mixed formula and they're being told not to. it's the latest in line of food safety concerns. the debt toll now crossing 9000, 500. over 16,000 people listed as missing. police and bomb sniffing dogs were called out to sfo
international after a flight that came in for a landing it was in flight, there as a threatening call made in a cargo office regarding our flight. nearly 340 passengers were safely removed the plane was searched by the authorities did not find anything. more now on the death of elizabeth taylor. she died peacefully, at a hospital in los angeles surrounded by her four children. here's a look at her life on screen. >> reporter: elizabeth taylor was called one of the most beautiful women in the world. hurt by the eyes lit up the screen, rules from cat on a hot tin roof to cleopatra which made her the first actress to receive $1 million for one part. her highly publicized real-life sagas are punctuated by eight marriages to seven men. richard burton twice.
>> i think he's one of the finest actors. >> she routed to move occurs hearts as a child actress in 1945 when national velvet. >> the actress downplayed her abilities. >> i along with the critics have never taken myself very seriously. (cheering & applause) >> my craft yes, but as an actor snow. >> she received five academy award nominations twice a vast actress. role as a call girl, and as an alcoholic wife and who's afraid of virginia woolf? >> touch yourself you'll floozy. >> it was a health crisis affecting a visit to her attention the fight against aids after quarrels friend died of the disease in 1985.
>> it is a catastrophe the belongs to all of us. it is nothing that belongs to a minority group. >> she helped find the american and asian for aids research, establishing the elizabeth taylor writes for rendition. she publicly roof be funded michael jackson appearing with the singer several times. supporting him to a critical press. she took to twitter when she opened up the fans about her health issues between her body of work on screen she stood up as one of hollywood's most giving and glamorous stars. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. as a kron4 morning news continues after the break.
tuesday showers on friday looks like it may clear about to give us a break. major traffic mass, flooding. the rain is expected to last until tomorrow. wisconsin, snow, ice causing dozens of traffic accidents. there are some on the brakes with patches of ice causing the road race. lake superior thomas serafin, and that is how some people got to the winter weather. bill was a blizzard warning. we'll be right back with marron stormy weather as the kron 4
>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. tracking the storm we will start our team coverage with yoli in belmont. >> reporter: we have finally getting a break in the rain, it has stopped. conditions are still pretty bad. you can see a lot of cars are kicking up spray. it still requires people to keep it at a safe speed does a lot of water on the road way. >> mark: extremely heavy downpours, heavy rain turning into a heavy snow and the sierra. you see this
now coming down, they're expecting several feet. let's get the latest on our weather. look at that snow border going up i am jealous. >> louisa: is just not fair. it is just not fair. here's a live look, we're getting some heavy downpours in to san jose, east bay. in fact we will take 2), this helyou) tl is slowly moving towards the san ramon valley. into castro valley, 580, as we take it up to the north you can see it's pushing now into the area. heavy downpours. elsewhere its tapering off, later shower that we are experiencing. that will be the trend as we had to the rest of the day. light showers to moderate
downpours. up in the sierra, that shot dead mark showed us we're socked in. this is one storm after another after another. we to get to- 448. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. we will continue as another wet day tomorrow. be another day of heavy rain. larry and stable forecast throughout the workweek. a little bit more rain, your weekend will be a wet one. monday, tuesday, lifted those two words " drying-out to ". >> george: the red and
interstate 680 is still sluggish. here red in the upper east shore frey has much improved the the lower is still quite heavy from richmond berkeley. said big, slow, look at that 28 your commute in has greatly improved 85 is still a chance as you head north towards highly-101. bay bridge toll plaza, the traffic here looks great. no problems, it was a hot spot earlier with a skull on the incline. once it was cleared, the backup was gone in 45 minutes. your ride, not too bad. little bit sluggish. mark? >> mark: to the south bank,
rain has been heavy on and off. let's take a look with will tran, he is showing us the driving conditions. >> will: san as they come in milpitas, this is the area where traffic starts to loosen them. before here it is all bumper-to-bumper. even though the heavy rainfall that we saw is gone there is still a standing rainfall that comes down. that causes traffic to go slower than it normally does. deck to be a good thing, with traffic being relatively bumper-to-bumper tourists cannot speed, that means it might be a little safer to drive. >> mark: world news, the latest set of the middle east, israel, a bus exploded killing at least one person. it's a kind of the main entrance. shattering
windows, there are reports of people being taken away on stretchers. alley's steady people wounded. iat lease wounded. one dead. palestinians have been filing in hiring at them from nausea. the mayor is calling it a terrorist attack. the latest of libya, missile sites around tripoli have been destroyed by coalition fires. they've also hit the government ammunition depot. it comes as the alliance appears set to resume responsibility. talk about handing over. officials are being invited to london for political talks about libya. the u.s. price tag so far easily tops
hundreds of millions of dollars as of yesterday the u.s. and european coalition had retired 162 tomahawk missiles. that was $1.5 million. the u.s. has also this matched b-2 stealth bombers, the band find roundtrip to bomb libya in cities. operating cost? $10,000 an hour. a live look care from walnut creek, heavy rain coming down. you can barely make out the roadway.
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>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. highly-89, traffic is moving very slowly. chain requirements and a winter storm running from now until friday. let's check conditions around the bay, jackie sissel has been live throughout the morning. >> reporter: i am looking back over the bay to san francisco for the first time
this morning i can actually see it, for those folks to have a normal life and your sleeping at 4:00 a.m. this is what a look like in the north bay heavy, heavy rains coming down. somewhere 1 in. per hour range. we saw that all along with strong winds. that initiated a high wind advisory. along with other beverages here in the bay area. especially for folks who were driving along. lots upon been going on. extreme amount of rain. surrey says stop, start, stop, start and last half-hour or so we've seen it really clear up. i would include put away the edinburgh yet there's still lots of dark clouds on the horizon. it is coming down
and sheets. lots of standing water in the roadway. the wind was blowing extremely hard, i saw lots of cars going down. >> mark: i was hydroplaning and 50 mi. an hour. weather delays sfo, they have to stagger the landings 1.6 minutes. no delays that oakland or san jose. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live look care from our roof camera, catching a break for now scattered showers, thunderstorms, the potential for help continues. --hail.
one person killed and no one claimed responsibility officials believe rebel palestinians are behind the bombing. dangerous levels of radiation being found in tokyo's top water the levels and not pose much effect it to adults. blue sky for now the bay bridge let's let the traffic is light. #now, here is a look at the weather. >> louisa: just look away, too jealous. kurdish rask in the sierra, right now here's storm tracker 4 here's the problem spot we have one area where are still seeing moderate-heavy downpours stretching from concord down to danville. we will take a closer and then show you. 680 towards walnut creek getting some heavier downpours. as you take 680 of the way down to san ramon continuing with some
heavy downpours. you can see us of just sitting over highway 37 towards vallejo. still producing some wet weather into oakland. late sharon, weir's jury to see some period of trying. we have a winter storm warning in effect rate and your friday morning snow levels are staying pretty low. by friday get to 4 ft. of snow up in the sierra. heavy snow, wind, coupled together making for an avalanche danger. future cast to the morning you can see periods of trying. this is what we expect. bursts of what weather, at times we could continue with moderate-heavy downpours. scattered isolated showers popping up at times read the date. we will continue with this unstable weather reagan
to the evening and in to tomorrow. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay., a continues with this wet weather pattern. thursday producing more heavy rain, strong winds. the weekend brings us another round of wet weather. monday, tuesday, a breeder from all of this wet weather. >> george: for this last report we will take a quick look here at san francisco, conditions are improving we still have a few hot spots for your ride around the bay area. still quite slow from the short stretch between san leandro and 98. pretty heavy as you continue up towards downtown oakland. 680 is still slow. but the san ramon valley let ride looks better. much improved except for the lower east shore freeway from richmond to emeryville it is still a pretty slow ride. take a look at our camera,
conditions here while improving are still well below the limit. continuing towards golden gate fields. bay bridge, a bright spot, metaphorically of course westbound coming even with an earlier stalled on the incline we don't have a very bad commute. >> mark: to san jose with eritrean coverage craig sklar is downtown. >> reporter: the umbrellas are back, things were fine but there rain is coming down people are trying to fend for themselves. that comes in bursts all morning both here and when i was on highway 17 in the santa cruz mountain things get better, if people feel better and then the rain comes back. its air far cry from the 300 + sunny days a year people are hurting for what's coming next because there's more to come. those who remain, just trying to get
out of the rain. >> mark: thank you, finally decided santa cruz, the harbor is open two weeks after the earthquake in tsunami surge. our survey crew completing its investigation to the sea floor found that most of the dangers the three had already been cleaned up. 100 boats damaged or destroyed by that tsunami. since the closure of its estimated the community lost $206,000 a day. 60 people still affected by a huge rock and mud slides in the santa cruz mountains. it came down late monday afternoon to get it to a foot section of the road. right near the intersection. santa cruz county public works and geologists are studying this huge slide they say it's still too unstable to attempt to move. >> their looks like it has the potential to move. that
being the holes wide area would be very beneficial to identify how we're going to do it. that's our next debt to map. we have projected rain coming in. to the end of the week. it could move more. so, we want to hold off lick stabilize. look at how we can get access to the folks at the above. >> mark: residents are carving a foot propped on the side using change draws to a theory. it is only about a hundred yards both the muddy mess continuing the sheriff's department is helping out with all terrain vehicles. . the barry bonds trial resumes this morning with the second day of testimony. the lead investigator is finished testifying he discussed which government officials created the transcript of recording made by his fourth
business partner partner. the prosecutor says it's ridiculous and unbelievable that he thought he was taking flaxseed or oil. when his personal trainer gave him steroids. in the meantime his trainer was found in contempt by the judge for refusing to testify. he's now in jail held in custody to the end of the trial. we'll be right back as the kron4 morning news continues a live look here from albany traffic is still slow on the shore freeway. >> right now kron 4 prepare for rain, you can visit our comprehensive weather page @ www.kron4.com they give you all the updates and rain totals, what to expect well our lives radar will show you where the rain is hitting and where the storms are headed. also be sure to check out our links section with information on how to prepare for flooding at
>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. we have a baseball special coming up, gary is hosting " baseball led the bay " he will have a preview of the giants and a's a close look at spring training that is this saturday on kron4. new details we're learning that the state university plan to reduce their enrollment by more than 10,000 students the board of trustees elan strategies to address a $500 million cut that is proposed by governor brown. right now officials are being asked to reduce their budget by to under 81 million. that could lead to fewer course selections larger class sizes and fuel factor tape. now, here is stanely roberts, with some people behaving badly. >> stanley: police conducted a predestine decrease thing in belmont.
at town that averages three pedestrian collisions per year. it included officers from belmont, foster, millbrae, upper and gain. at least he's calling simply walks back and forth across the street and the cross were to see the drivers will stop. will some drivers did stop to record a few that did not. like the driver of this minivan. this thing took place at multiple locations this one was that did not mean that. officers also said at another location but that one ended abruptly. when this s e v reared into this pickup truck because the pickup
truck stopped but the sec did not. another vacation was that also meant elmer street. the reason i stopped today was going to the walkway. the worst of all locations was here. it was a virtual, of violators. watch just how many cars pass this decry standing in a clearly marked crosswalk. in the end, 93 drivers were stopped, of the 9377 issued tickets all for failing to yield to people in a crosswalk. >> mark: keeping our eyes and a fairly quiet day on wall street we're down 29 of 26. we'll be back in two minutes with another hour of the kron 4 morning news. james and justine will have the very latest as we track the storm still some very
iran pop several weather- related advisor is to uncover >> justine: a deadly bus explosion causes panic in the streets of israel today we had the latest from jerusalem. >> mark: legendary actress does more on elizabeth taylor's passing. the kron4 news appended starts now. >> live, from the bay area's news station, this is the kron 4 morning news. >> justine: a live look now from our roof top camera,
here in san francisco. we're off to a wet to start today looks like things might be clearing out. absolutely, good morning, i and james, >> justine: and justine. straight to the weather center to kick off our team coverage. >> louisa: we are attaching a bit of a break. that shot your showing more green on the rate their not the case as you head to the east. redone to livermore, but towards the east bay, that doubt that continue to see showers, moderate-heavy downpours that time. renown the most active weather to concord, walnut creek. places like pleasanton hill, 680, as you travel down to alamo, a danville, still continue with some fairly active weather. as to why did that had to sell it, if you notice all the heavier rain toward santa cruz. that
is tracking to the northeast. expecting showers to pick up in san jose. at ben the sierra, along the passes of 180, we do have a winter storm warning in effect all the way through friday. it will last a good portion of the workweek. it will stays low, 2-4 ft. of snow, expected through friday morning. pretty heavy snow. ec that system really just dominating the entire state. that moisture is it turning out from the cells. a series of storms back-to- back continue to pump in wet weather as we had to do the work week. the afternoon highs warming into the 50s, 57 places like novato, richmond. that wet weather
sticks around rid of the workweek. erica? >> erica: thank you, were the hot spots are wrapping up around the bay, we're still checking some slow traffic in the westbound direction of tennessee 80. free of accidents, incidents, it is wet. pretty much isolated between richmond and albany. speeds drop down to 22 mi. an hour. picking up the live camera, breaks in the traffic. it is slow, heavy through those s curves just pass golden gate fields. the new heading over to the toll plaza you will off to wait. a live look at the bay bridge the second wave of parked cars is heading in the westbound direction possibly looking for that $4 ride at the toll plaza slowing go conditions in looks like 800 may be your best bet. in view thinking about taking public
transit no problems to report. >> james: thank you, we will continue team coverage of the weather and visit much more with the jackie sissel. he's been there all morning long. when we first spoke with u.s. 4:00 a.m. the rain was coming down how is it now. >> reporter: conditions have done significantly better i am a little waterlogs. i'm looking across the bay back over to the bay bridge things are starting to clear out. there's a patch of blue sky obviously that was not the situation earlier this morning. we talk this morning of 4:00 a.m.. sheets of heavy heavy rain coming down. along with that heavy rain the also experienced extremely high winds. the winds were so high see to be issued a high wind advisory. it made for conditions are
very difficult. you had a tremendous amount of cold water on their road race. several have resells blowing through. then we started to see it coming down as the morning when on. this is a live shot you can see off in the distance. some of those patches of blue skies. still a lot of black clouds. every once in awhile we get deck cleaner up to lose their >> james: it. thank you, we'll chat with humor. >> justine: elizabeth taylor has died at the age of 71, she entered a hospital two months ago for saddam's of congestive heart failure. she gained stardom as a child star appearing in more than 50 films. she was just as famous for her beauty and her stormy personal life which include eight marriages and a series of
physical and men's. she became a spokesperson for humanitarian causes notably aids research. she was surrounded by her friends, family when she died. and earlier today we spoke with our entertainment reporter only ouster food ever seen actress of her caliber again? >> i don't think so, the date guided her along in a way that's not done any more. they started turn small roles. the is a small role, easy to is that gorgeous girl, later on the other roles as you watch for develop you fall in love with her until something like all the great films. especially when you see her in a place in the sun and she became very close friends with montgomery clef homeless died going to our
house she tried to save his life. then this is a real life. often she was doing things off camera that made to fall in love with her. and what your protector, keep building hurt was the star she was. she truly is this great start. i doubt will see anyone like this again >> justine: . she survived by 10 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren people are remembering her in the walk of fame in hollywood. leaving flowers on her star. she died today at the age of 79. >> james: we will take a break, much more straight ahead. rain is falling, more on that in a minute.
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other industries are following suit, the nasdaq is up by a fraction hasn't he is in the red. the latest on the crisis in japan the operator of the damage plants as the pump for the troubled unit has been tested it is working. officials are not sure when it can be part up. black smoke came from prompting the evacuation of more workers officials are urging residents not to import bottled water after was determined that radiation levels had exceeded the limit considered safe for instance. that is the latest in a safety concerns. at a bus has exploded in jerusalem. it happened near the main entrance to jerusalem's role in structuring windows there are reports of people being taken away on stretchers. at least 30 people have been wounded one woman dying. the solution appears to be the first bus bombing in several years tecumseh rising
tensions between the militants and israel. rebel postilion tough fired into israel prompting forces to retaliate with airstrikes. >> james: an agreement is in a word about how nato would take over the no-fly zone. it will enforce the embargo on the country in the meantime the leader reminds defiant as violent continues to escalate. he spoke last night, in his first public appearance since sunday. he took " we are making fun of their rockets. president obama is cutting short a five day trip overshadowed by his air strikes. designed to stop the attacks against rebels. the president eliminated the visit from his itinerary today. coming up, we want to get updated on your weather showers have been on and off
>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. we're back, a team coverage of the bay we will have to assess bay showers on their radar. kron4 is 5 to verify it is coming down. >> reporter: is coming down, the radar is accurate. the umbrellas are ways of confirming it. it's not too bad but it was bad now. things get nice, the nasty again. they're nasty again. this is coming down pretty strong. the folks here have or use to 300 + eight days a year are going to have to wait awhile before they get that back. --sunny days. it
is quieter now, a lot of people who are commuting had to put their umbrellas. this is the way this, this is the way will stay for awhile. >> james: a earlier your on highway 17 was a bad then? >> reporter: yes. it went between terrible and horrible. horrible not as often as terrible. it was nasty. none of the good of your trent had to work on time. now, here is a look at the weather. >> louisa: good morning james, i am really glad craig is out there verifying this. i'm sure he's not too happy. here's a shot of storm tracker 4, you can see where he's sitting right over the most active area. we are actually watching all lot of the heavy moisture funneling in pushing up
along highway 17, when 01. as you had there, those selected the san jose. heavy downpours just to these said campbell, north of san jose towards milpitas. certainly the most active spot this morning, we'll continue to watch the showers of funnel in the north eastern the direction. as we why did it out, a lot of that wet weather is shifting and that means more snow. if we had that advisory in effect lasting until 11:00, snow levels down. to get around 2 ft. of snow by your friday morning. satellite, radar, monster looking storm really affecting the entire state. lot of their showers are moving up from the cells. behind that we have a train of storms expected to continue to move into the
area it will be a very wet to work a week. toman morning we could get some very heavy rain moving in really gusty winds. up to 45 mi. an hour. friday showers persist, the weekend it will be wet. >> erica: mill at the hotspots some slow going approaching the bay bridge, westbound interstate gas 0 m lights are on we're dealing with a second wave of the back up as people tried to make their way into san francisco. eight your approach will probably be your best bet. still tracking at the late drive times of 13-14 minutes. taking a look at conditions in san francisco, across town freeways, some slowing the conditions along the end of central. very where it meets the james lick. traffic is pretty much flowing freely. drive tell
us 17 minutes. if you're heading in the east of direction to the lower deck, it is a problem free ride. picking up our walnut creek camera into and out of walnut creek, a bit wet, all of the span the roadways. traffic moves well. drive with extra caution, continue to track the good conditions between alamo and the envelop. westbound 24 it is a clear shot through the tunnel. james? >> james: let's continue our team coverage of the weather. you're in this era? how is it? >> reporter: ? (no audio) >> mark: >> james: we will try and reconnect with him, can you
hear us? (no audio) >> james: we'll visit with him a little bit of is the there's a lot of snow. chain requirements are in effect. they have a lot of snow on the ground. the perjury trial has resumed for barry bonds. the lead investigator will likely be on the witness stand. the federal prosecutor says it's " ridiculous, unbelievable that bonds thought he was taking flaxseed or oil and arthritis screen when his personal trainer was giving him steroids. " his personal trainers and in content, he's held in custody until he testifies or the trial ends. >> justine: police and bomb sniffing dogs were called into to san francisco international airport after a flight had to make emergency landing. coming in from the philippines when the threatening phone call was made to the cargo office at the airport three-fourths
zero passengers were removed. take a customs. the plane was searched, authorities turned up and hand it. >> james: we're getting word that there weather-related delays at sfo, when our arrival delays. oakland, san jose reporting on time. a quick break, back with more in a moment. a reminder of that baseball special we have for you this saturday gary will be hosting " baseball by the bay " a preview of the giants, a's. player interviews, a close look at spring training. saturday 8:00 p.m. right here on kron4.
saturday heavier rain, the sprinkles. maybe not next week we try things out. we're not the only ones dealing with rain, heavy rains caused flooding in thailand. these kinds of to the wheel wells and water. authorities reporting 8 in. of rain fell through at the capital city. that caused the traffic mess. the storm also trent trees, billboards, all of that debris in the roads to. it is expected to last until friday. >> justine: like roads are being blamed for dozens of accidents in wisconsin drivers had to slam on their base--breaks to navigate these slippery conditions. yesterday was the provision differs surfing on lake superior. check this out, at least a few servers felt
>> james: welcome back to the kron 4 news. yoli is out in berlin game, southbound 10 when she has been falling the mother of warning long. looks like you're getting a break. >> reporter: things are starting to try a little bit, for while even when it stopped raining it was so saturated it is not so bad now if you need to get anywhere or do any errands rate now is merely the best time.
>> james: house was the wind's been a long 101? >> reporter: you can see the tree tops and the blowing it has calmed down quite a bit. as far as driving conditions go you don't really feel it. >> james: thank you, for that just seen? >> justine: a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza and the james lick of thunder screen to give you an idea of what's happening if you're heading outside. >> louisa: the wind is certainly expecting to pick up by tomorrow to discuss getting up to 45 mi. an hour plenty of rain expected. right now we're watching a cell starting to inch its way into san francisco don't be surprised if you feel besprinkled. showers from fairfield through the delta, down and to livermore this is the south bay that is really just aren't to get hammered. heavy rain and pushing up
from santa cruz now in between san jose and morgan hill. certainly seeing some heavy rain and places like evergreen coming down along 101 we'll take you to places like milpitas heavier showers there continuing in that area cells bay. most- active. snow in the sierra, winter storm warning in effect until friday morning snow levels down to 3,000 ft. anywhere from 2-4 ft. of snow by friday certainly more snow piled up in the sierra making it very treacherous. low pressure system is a really big one. stretching over much of california's continuing to funnel in the moisture from the south. we have a series of storms expected to move then threat the workweek continuing with wet weather. afternoon highs 50s, 56 santa rosa, 57 novato. into
the east bay we will keep debt at 59 for oakland. same in san jose. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. heavy rains, strong winds continued to tomorrow in looks like showers will persist through the end of the work week it looks like we could have that rain pick up on saturday tapering off on sunday still keeping rain chances in there until monday, tuesday. that's all we had the best chance of trying out? >> erica: aho finally seeing the end of the backup no longer tracking as a hot spot you can see the end of the back up rate there is still looks like that over craws is still your best bet. drive times climbing drawn slowly but surely 10- 12 minutes from the foot of the macarthur maze charts fremont san francisco. continuing on with their bridge as a live look at the san mateo bridge a strong
wind advisory for the bay bridge, richmond san rafael, california highway patrol is asking if you have a high-profile vehicle you may want to drive with extra caution. so far, so good here at the bridge we have been accident and incident free. pretty good drive time of 13-14 minutes. let's take a look at conditions in the sierra, you will need to trains along interstate 80. also highly 50. highly 88 from crustacean and finally keep them handy for your ride along highway 4. >> james: thank you, 10:32 a.m. as the time, we will continue our team coverage of the weather up there. we have of the j. r. stone on the phone. he has more on the condition. can uterus
are struck >> reporter: i can hear you. i tried to talk to before it is cold, slippery. this is a very snowy. i was here all day yesterday. a lot of snow, but for the most part their roots ran great shape. a much different story today, today i woke up to 5-6 in. on top of the courage of our here. it is still snowing as we >> . >> james: house applause been doing? or the state had a veteran having trouble? >> >> reporter: they're trying to stay ahead of it i can tell you three-four blocks of the out seeing a pall but, when you have is these plaza come through the letters section, then this bill will die down and then all of a sudden it picks back up. they have to go right back where they were earlier. one of the concerns is theirs are the so much
snow on the ground that they really have to think about where they're putting it. they have spots where they usually buy rating to, those spots are basically full of snow. basically have the dump trucks going out there their trend grab what's in there and take it somewhere else. there's just so much on the ground. thank you, for germany as this morning. we have phone issues with you earlier on ride we connected. let's continue our team coverage will tran and a showing us how the south bay looks. >> will: the wind should represent and amended as for the rain is slowing down considerably and has never completely stopped but at least, it's not like this. italy took a few minutes ago from trying to drive out to soaking wet. this was shot around 515 this morning when drivers like me were trying to get around. look to my
windshield and how much rain is pounding it. it's now a small, it's a little breeze the well into the morning into the morning and it's still quite cold. >> james: new details here, a state univ. california is planning to reduce enrollment by the more than 10 dozen students the outline strategies to address a $500 million cut proposed by governor brown. officials are also being asked to reduce their budgets but hundred $81 million that could lead to fewer course selections, larger class sizes and less faculty. >> justine: 10 and up, all rejected on the weather and your traffic report. here's a lyophilic at highway 89 snow is on the ground war is on the way we will be back in just a minute. ♪ have a good daisy
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driving treacherous. we have all lot more heading our way between now and sunday. bring your genes. obviously would caltrans try to stay ahead of it just make sure you have your chains. >> justine: latest developments of libya, some of the missile sites around tripoli had been destroyed by fighter jets. troops are to have a government and a mission city. it comes as the alliance appears set to take over responsibility. the goal is to protect civilians. france's foreign minister says the european african-american officials are being invited to london for political talks about libya. this war is not cheap, the press takes so far easily tops hundreds of millions of dollars. the u.s. and european colistin fired at least 162 c
launched tomahawk cruise missiles, each one of those is priced 1 million-1.5 million each. to sell the bombers from and round-trip to bomb libya. 25 hours operating cost per hour is the least $10,000. >> james: we're going to take a break, let's go outside here's a look at albany as we go. you're right here and interstate 80 those headlights westbound looks like traffic is moving all right. back with more and a moment.
our time that time has passed to the situation is still being investigated is acutely evacuated because of threats. another quick recap of our top stories elizabeth taylor has died at the age of 79, she's been suffering from heart failure. a bus bombing in jerusalem is being caused called a terrorist attack no one has claimed responsibility yet. officials believed rebel palestinians are behind it. dangerous levels of radiation have been found in tokyo's tap water. they're advising against giving this tap water to infants. >> james: team coverage here of the weather. jackie sissel all eyes in years out there he sat there bridge keeping an eye on conditions good morning jackie. >> reporter: conditions are improving i'm not ready to quit the job away and bring
the sun screen out just yet, but as you can see there are some patches of blue skies off starting to peak through. i would guess that we got close to an inch of rain early this morning. >> james: thank you, good to hear. we do still have the threat of green in a mixed for this afternoon. here's a shot of san francisco, we also have the debris uproot end up in tahoe. --the bay bridge approach the end up in tahoe. >> louisa: hard to see that kirkwood shot with all of that power. storm tracker 4 is showing you a band of heavy rain pushed back to the east to the delta, south bay getting some very active weather we will take you closer ensure you where the heaviest downpours are. from
san jose to morgan hill. closer and, along 101 we're seeing some heavy downpours. east capitol up to evergreen. up to the no. just the east of milpitas heavier rain right to the diablo range the mount hamilton getting heavy count. the peninsula, watch nacelle brush it away in. we could pick up a few light sprinkles. looks like the bulk of the wet weather has pushed to the east. there as that threat of thunderstorms, you could at times need to be prepared for moderate-heavy downpours. storm tracker 4 is showing us know along the past in the sierra we do have a winter storm warning in effect, not just today, not just a mark but all the way until about friday. friday morning at about 11:00 that's when it expires. getting that the 3,000 ft.. by friday morning
you could wake up to 4 ft. of new snow. heavy snow, the winter coupled together could create some avalanche danger up there in the high country. satellite, radar is really just dominating the entire state of mind that lined up with had an army of storms prepared to work their way in bringing more wet weather. tomorrow be prepared for even heavier rain that we saw this morning and testier wins. up to 45 mi. an hour into the bay area shares continue on friday. their course mark >> erica: is the end of your wednesday morning can you no longer tracking in the hot spots. the bridge toll plaza you can see the end of the back up right here. those metering lights have been cycled off, drive times of 10 minutes. although traffic
is a bit heavy as you make your way up the incline. san francisco, across town is a bit slow. i saw this from the traffic center of a checked clocks, we didn't see any accidents or incidents, but there's a little bit of slowing there allow yourself some extra time if you're heading in the southbound direction towards the peninsula. nextel westbound each year the upper to the lower east shore freeway looks good. no longer a problem spot. light traffic, all lots of space, a return drive time of about 17 minutes. james? >> james: we're also falling the latest with flight delays. anytime we have weather here we check the airports looks like sfo is reporting one hour 6 minutes arrival delays. >> justine: 10:50 a.m.,
santa cruz herbert is back open, they completed their rustication, but in most of the dangerous debris has been cleaned up, when hundred boats were damaged or destroyed. since the closure is estimated that the community lost almost to hundred thousand dollars per day. >> james: two dozen homes, 60 people still affected by a huge rock and mud slide in the mountains near scotts valley. these of the signs warning people to stay away, look at bigamous like we're talking about. it came down late monday afternoon, taking out to hundred feet worth of road. in the intersection of elaine, the public works inspectors and geologists are studying the slide they say it's still too unstable to try and move a single boulder. >> ill looks like it has the potential to move at the very top. that being the slide area will be very beneficial to identify how
to clean up. that is our next up. till we get projected rain coming in to the end of the wheat, it could move more if the rain gets up there and such treats it. we want to hold off, let stabilize. and look at how we can address access for the folks at about a >> james: . with no vehicle i sons access--with no vehicle access their trek to clear the brush and the poison oak. if it's only about a hundred yards in total length it will be muddy mess. the shares department is helping out, they have all tree in vehicles that they will trent used to bus people along. it could be weeks before the slide is clear. >> justine: pedestrians are causing a bit of the problem, here's our very own stanley roberts. now, here is stanely roberts, with some people behaving badly. >> stanley: police conducted
a pedestrian decry string and the city of beaumont a town that averages three collisions per year. it included officers from belmont, foster city, millbrae come up throwing game, san mateo and the sheriff's office. appellees decoys simply walks back and forth across the street in a crosswalk deceive jurors will start. will some did stop, there were quite a few that did not. like the driver of this minivan. the strain took place at multiple locations. >> when the production is costing you have to stop. >> stanley: officers said at another location but that ended abruptly. when this
suvs rented this project because the truck stopped for the pedestrian. but the sec did not. another location, the reason was up to today was the worst of all the locations right here. it was a virtual, of violators. watch just how many cars pass this decry standing in a crosswalk. in the end, 93 drivers to start, of the 9377 or issue tickets. all for failing to yield to people in the crosswalk. stanley roberts, kron4 news. >> justine: lesson learned. now, here is stanely roberts, with some people behaving badly. if you have a comment or a story idea you can email stanely at email@example.com m. >> louisa: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a reminder we have a special for you this coming saturday kron4 is a baseball
>> james: welcome back to the kron 4 news. the latest bad weather being seen just east of san jose, heavy showers working their way a part livermore. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. barre is continuing, pro even heavier rain tomorrow, more on friday. a wet weather pattern before we finally see some trying. --drying. up-to-the-minute weather information at www.kron4.com live radar, cameras, available on our website. start at www.kron4.com.-
taft- >> justine: up for lindsay lohan today is the day that she must decide whether not to accept a plea deal. she's accused of walking out of the $2,500 necklace if she refuses to deal she will go to trial on felony grand theft. if she's found guilty she could face between 16 months-three years. lindsay's that is also in trouble, we just learned last 15 minutes prosecutors have charged michael lohan for allegedly attacking his ex-girlfriend. we told you about this, he was arrested by sheriff's deputies after his former fiancee accused him of abusing her. michael lohan is due in court and could face up to a year in jail. >> james: that is the press, we will be back with more on the kron4 evening news beginning at 4:00 p.m..
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