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ktvu fox 2 news at noon starts now. the umbrellas are out, and the windshield wipers are on. it's true. rain is back in the bay area. already some neighborhoods are seeing sprinkles. that's what you see on the radar there. upon the top left, you can see rain clouds above san jose, and below that, there are puddles at the toll plaza. i'm gasia mikaelian, mark, how much more rain is expected later today. >> today so far we have had some light, even a few moderate cells across parts of the bay area. lots of clouds and even a few showers, and enough to wet the roadways and also bring the umbrellas with you. here's a look at some of the totals, not impressive just yet. you can see a few hundredths of
an inch. palo a few hundredths measurable at pacifica. we still have more moisture pushing into the region. here is our live camera looking out toward across the bay, in san francisco out in the distance, and a few showers falling from the clouds as well. take a look at the satellite. you'll notice that continuous moisture stream in the pacific will come in closer and you'll notice the coverage out there. now, this morning it really started in the south bay, closer to month ray bay and santa cruz. right now, mostly cloudy skies in san jose, and pushing the maps to the north. here you can pick out scattered shower activity toward half- moon bay, san francisco, oakland, even dublin and livermore report light rain showers in the more moderate cell around pleasanton. you can see a yellow cell in the region, pushing up around the bay.
san rafael yell, coverage toward richmond, you saw the richmond san rafael bridge and this is not a heavy rain band. motoristly on the light to moderate -- mostly on the light to moderate side. we're going to hold onto showers today into thursday morning, big changes by your friday forecast. more on that in just a few minutes. >> thank you, mark. a bicyclist made a gruesome discovery in the oakland hills. homicide detectives are trying to figure out who shoot and killed a man. the cyclist found the man's body at 7:00 a.m. near skyline boulevard next to juaquin boulevard park. they are not determined if if the man was shot and killed there. the unidentified victim fares to be in his 20s. police don't have a motive or suspect in the shooting. in west oakland, hundreds of people gathered to remember 27-year-old antonio ramos. the artist killed while painting a mural yesterday. even people who didn't know ramos permly were there.
>> reporter: a cloud of close to 200 people spilled out onto the street. people held up their hands in prayer during a vigil this morning for 27-year-old antonio ramos. >> it has brought community back together. this is community. >> reporter: ramos was painting a mural yesterday morning alongside other artists with the nonprofit grouped heeling connection. around 10:30:00 a.m., a man confronted ramos, started yelling and opened fire. ramos was fatally struck. he's survived by his parents, a brother and a sister. >> we're devastated. like any parents, it's senseless, you know, here he was trying to do a beautiful thing. >> reporter: all morning long people in the neighborhood came by to pay their respects at the mural. >> this happened when a guy was trying to do something positive, man, and it's just i'm fed up. >> he just really embodied the
spirit of this project, which is about breaking the cycle of violence. >> reporter: students at west oakland middle school designed the art work. the project itself will go on. >> his family expressed their wishes that we continue because this is something antonio would have wanted. this was his life. he was an artist. >> reporter: the artists working on the project say they plan to incorporate a portrait of antonio ramos on this section of the mural, the section he was working on when he was killed. oakland police said this morning there are no
he is not hitting islamic state. that's his line. he's hitting the opposition in between the islamic state. >> the developments are coming as russian lawmakers approve president pooten's request to send armed forces into syria. a russian official says he will only use the air force and does not plan on using ground troops. >> military goal of the operation is to support syrian government troops in the air in their fight against isis. >> mr. barack obama also chairing a special un summit focusing on defeating isis. >> we are prepared to work with all countries, including russia and iran, to find a political mechanism in which it is possible to begin a transition
process. >> the u.s. military not complying with russia's request to back down. american-led coalition forces targeting isis in both syria and iraq. >> thank you, jennifer. kim davis says she briefly met with the pope last thursday in washington d. c. according to davis, they hugged and the pope thanked her for her courage and told her to stay strong. davis was in washington to accept an award from the family research council for defying the court order to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. groups including the naacp and berkeley cop watch say they have figures showing berkeley
police show the minority. they account for less than 8% of the city's population two- thirds of the african american people stopped were released with no arrest or citation. >> so that means that 66% of the time that black folks are stopped, they are stopped for no reason. >> berkeley police chief says he has not seen deliberate racial bias, and some of the group suggestions are being worked on. the department will be working with the center for policing equity to be sure it reflect it is city's fairness with all residents. cadet program is growing. the 3-year program that was previously for 18 graduates, there will now be 40 spots. the additional spots are are funded by the city's budget and $750,000 grant from an anonymous donor. cadets receive training and experience in a number of aspects of police service while
they attend college. a huge crowd turned up for a community meeting after a report of a sexual assault. police discussed the incident that took place more than a week ago, september 18. it happened ontic lynn place when a man broke into the home, while the mother was dropping off the children at home. she returned home and was sexual assaulted by a masked intruder. >> there's understandable fear in that community. >> since i am in my 50s, i've learned to be very aware and protective of myself. >> there are no similar crimes in the area but called the meeting because they wanted to respond to the concerns of the community. scientists are blaming warm ocean waters and lack of food for the large number of dead and dying seals turning up on the coast. 80 seals, most pups have been found on beaches in san
francisco, 8 times as many as scientists see in a given year. scientists think they are traveling north in search of food. take a hook outside -- look outside. what's that wet stuff falling from the sky? >> the last day of september should be sunny and warm. but it's the exact opposite today. san francisco, here's the camera . we have 7 drops on the camera lens. a few wet roadways and moisture is streaming in from the south and the west. here's a satellite perspective. lots of clouds from northern california down to southern california. the bay area is in a zone. picking up the most productive part of the system. so far, a few hundreds of an inch. there's more action offshore. here's a closer look at the radar. we started out the morn oing
with showers down towards santa cruise county -- santa cruz county. san francisco, oakland and heyward. the heaviest amount with the rainfall is falling in the upper levels of the atmosphere. by the time it reaches the ground here, it's mostly light side and a few moderate cells approaching fairfield. plenty of moisture, and we will keep the showers in the forecast for today and into your thursday morning. current numbers out there, on the cool start. in fact, we have not moved too much this morning. san francisco still in the upper 50s. 59-degrees. san jose, 63 and lots of 60s towards walnut creek x live mother. we have minor -- liver moore. we have high tides out there. inflated tides. 6.5 feet at the golden gate bridge. we could have minor flooding with the high tide. and same deal tomorrow as well.
the continuous stream of moisture towards the bay area, what's happening is we have the area of low pressure setting up camp here. so for today, more clouds, the chance of scattered showers off and on, that chance will last into thursday morning. and temperatures will be in the 60s and 70s. even a few upper 50s near the coastline. this forecast model should be showing a shower throughout the day. still, we will hold on for the chance of your wednesday and thursday morning. you will notice we could have more showers flairing up out towards the sierra farm morning. -- tomorrow morning. temperatures in the warmest locations are barely in the 70s. a lot of 60s out there. 71 and 72- degrees in some areas. 5-day forecast, and open thes are not changing too much for your thursday. we have the chance of the lingering showers. we have warmer temperatures on friday and sunshine on saturday
and a few extra clouds on sunday with cooler temperatures. but just another update, and i think we counted one more. >> breaking news, 9th rain drop. [laughter]. >> exactly. we're typically talking about high fire danger so it's nice to have the moisture. >> right. thank you. i will see you at the floor. >> okay. for the first time in 8 years, garth brooks is returning to the bay area. and who else is joining him on stage? we will be right back. ♪ at grocery outlet, they sell the brands you love. ♪
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retailors that don't comply could be on the hook if card information is stolen without the chips in the credit cards. the new technology is more secure than the current magnetic strip cards. >> instead of passing your credit card information to the merchant, what it does is it passes a unique transaction code. the merchant gets it, and if a hacker gets into and tries to reuse, they won't be able to use it. it's basically like stealing an expired password. >> more than half of all u.s. consumers have not received the replacement cards and it could take until next year to replace them all. one of the most popular music singer social security coming to the bay area. garth brooks made the announcement in a tweet this morning. he will have two concerts in san jose, and they will be joined on stage by his wife,
trishia yearwood. the shows will be november 13 november 13th and 14th. and tickets start at $75, and they will go on sale one week from friday. that does it for us at noon. thank you so much for making us your choice for news. we will be back here at 4:00. babies who are talked to from the time they're born are more likely to have a successful future. talking and reading to children in their first years has a huge impact on what they do with the rest of their lives.
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