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have the luxury of lounging about the gorgeous bay area. maybe you're headed to work. whatever you're doing, it is may 27th and we are thankful you are joining us on mornings on 2. >> good to see you early. >> pam cook is rushing off to go to bottlerock and that's why i'm joining you at 6:00. >> good to see you. i'm dave clark. check your weather now, steve paulson, how does it look? >> it's 6:00. welcome here early. >> yeah. >> we have some patchy fog out there, little bit around oakland, vallejo. that won't last long. what's on the san mateo coast south might last longer. this says we made it to friday and, yes, that beats the alternative. vallejo current conditions 52, fog, no wind. have a great weekend. will do. you too. 70s and 80s on the temps, 60s over by the coast. we are warming up but we are not rocketing up or anything unless you're really far
inland. that fog again, what's inland could burn off quick but stick around through the noon hour, san mateo coast south, the delta breeze continues to come down, that's a sure sign inland temps will warm up. santa rosa 45, livermore at 51, so we are not starting off warm, that's for sure. but we will eventually. the series of lows that gave us the cooldown and the pattern is changing as high pressure builds in. patchy fog here, then sunshine and warmer temps, cool, upper 80s, breezy at times but not that bad, 60s, 70s to some 80s. sal, 6:01. quiet still? >> yes. a lot of people are taking a four day weekend and who can blame them? take a look at what we have now, traffic is moving along nicely at the bay bridge toll plaza, we do not have a big delay at all. the metering lights are not on. a lot of people taking the day off. interstate 880, not expecting a big delay here.
driving farther south on 880, southbound 880 between san leandro and hayward, there was an earlier car fire right at the ramp near 238. so i do want to show you that on the maps here. the traffic is going to be a little bit slow here as you head south, but it's only a brief slowdown and after that it does look good heading south toward union city. now let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. and we continue to follow the developing story of the desperate search for 15-year- old pearl pinson, a missing vallejo teenager. a statewide amber alert in effect this morning for pinson while fernando castro, the man accused of kidnapping her was killed in a shootout yesterday in southern california. here's a picture of pearl. again, she has not yet been found. at this point authorities are focusing their search for her in marin county. a traffic camera recorded castro's car, a gold saturn in the area of sir francis drake boulevard near the san rafael bridge at about 9:30 yesterday morning. >> we currently have deputies in that area searching, looking
for other clues, anything that would give us information as to where pearl is at this point. >> when the amber alert went out, a license plate reader triggered the traffic camera but the surveillance images did not show pearl sitting up in the car. investigators don't know if she may have been lying down or possibly in the trunk. castro was killed in a gun battle with authorities after a chp officer spotted his car in santa barbara county. officers chased the car into a mobile home park. witnesses reported hearing at least 20 gunshots. at this point pearl's friends and family are comforting each other hoping she will soon be found safe. >> she will be home. she will be home! >> the group of relatives and friends gathered yesterday at a pedestrian overpass in vallejo along interstate 780 at taylor. this is the spot pearl was last seen. witnesses report seeing a man dragging her away. she was bleeding and screaming for help. >> i am worried sick about her. i don't -- so much is going
through my mind, i don't know what to believe right now. i just want her found. >> organizers of the prayer vigil hoped it would give pearl's family the strength to see through those painful and uncertain times. authorities say pearl and castro may have known each other but her family says they did not know him. 6:04. new from overnight, a petaluma biologist is found alive after he went missing on wednesday. 77-year-old gerald moore was found shortly after 10:00 last night by police, sheriff's deputies and rescue teams. he was found disoriented in a remote part of the woods near freight and adobe roads by the adobe creek country club. he had to be carried into an ambulance and checked out at the hospital. the mr. moore is known for leading a nonprofits weapons group. they focus on protecting parks and wildlife. two alameda county sheriff's deputies charged in the videotaped beating of a man set to return to court july
19th. deputies luis santamaria and paul wieber pled not guilty yesterday. santamaria's attorney says a police body cam video which has not been released to the public could clear his client. >> you hear the officers giving commands to mr. petrov on the ground and it's clear from that to me that the officers are not seeing compliance. >> the police are not the judge and jury. it's not their job to decide, you know, who should be executed. >> the deputies say they feared for their lives. they say petrov is a drug suspect who was driving a stolen car and had rammed two police vehicles while trying to elude capture. petrov suffered a concussion, head wounds and several broken bones in the beating. 6:05. charges have been filed against the bart station agent who is accused of hitting a homeless man with a wooden rod at the macarthur bart station back in march. paul bailey allegedly used a 2-
foot long wooden rod to attack sydney holloway because he thought holloway tried to avoid paying his fare and at first he told bart police holloway swung at him. but authorities say surveillance video shows bailey swinging the rod at holloway several times as holloway was trying to leave. the homeless man suffered a small cut on his forehead. bailey has been charged with misdemeanor battery. two women from the east bay have been arrested. they are accused of stealing a large amount of baby formula and investigators say this could be part of a bigger problem. police say 21-year-old zanae jones of antioch on the left and 20-year-old akasia palmore of rodeo stole the baby formula wednesday after at a safeway store in pacifica. they found evidence in their car suggesting the women are part of a larger scale theft ring. the women now face burglary and conspiracy charges in san mateo county. 6:07 now. dead and dying trees in the
stanislas national forest are forcing the closure of more than a dozen campgrounds this memorial day weekend. a bark beetle infestation is causing trees to become weak. the safety of campers is their main concern. >> does because -- it's because the drought. the trees when they are all dried up and don't have the sap to push the bug out, then the insects are able to take hold. >> some campsites may remain closed for the entire summer while crews get in to clear out the trees. the warriors beat the oklahoma city thunder last night 120 to 111 to stave off elimination in game 5 at oracle arena. as you can imagine, the crowd was fired up with the warriors' entire season on the line here. this was a tough, close game. marreese speights off the bench scored nine points in the first three minutes of the second quarter. then the thunder kept it close and the warriors went into halftime with an eight-point
lead. in the third quarter oklahoma city took their first lead of the game but then the warriors opened the fourth quarter on an 8-0 run, at one point steph curry scored five straight points for the warriors. he finished with 41 points. klay thompson had 21, andrew bogut had 15 and 14 rebounds. >> for us we play better when we are having fun and enjoying the moment and we played like we were really stressed in okc and it showed. kind of tried to let loose, be ourselves, have fun and enjoy what we were doing and it was a good feeling out there to, obviously, perform at a high level. >> now, the series goes back to oklahoma city for game 6 tomorrow night and for the warriors it's another must win. >> yes, it is. meantime there's a new poll showing most uc santa cruz students are willing to pay a new and higher fee to keep sports alive at the school. the athletics department has had a budget deficit for years
and that department may be cut. well, a recent poll asks students if they would be willing to pay a $270 fee to help save sports. 63% of students said, yes, they would. right now the student fee is about $15 per year. well, one of the biggest musical events in napa kicks off today. >> you can start bobbing your head. we are talking about bottlerock, a three-day festival combining music, food and wine. those crews out there have been busy transforming the napa valley expo into a music lover's dream. now, the first acts will take the stage at noon. organizers say napa is perfect for holding this big event. >> you know, we kind of feel like life has a sound track and wine should be part of that sound track and so bringing the city together was kind of seamless for us. >> the headlines this year
include, gosh, steve ewonder -- stevie wonder, the red hot chili peppers and florence and the machine. the festival sold out but still tickets for the after shows and you've got to stay with mornings on 2 because starting at 7:00 this morning we will have live coverage from bottlerock, brian flores and pam cook will be out there. >> i can't wait to see them. >> lucky ones. >> superlucky. stay with us. >> beautiful weather. >> absolutely. a personal complaint to officials at twitter goes horribly wrong for one woman. coming up what that company allegedly did to make matters even worse for her. but first hillary clinton talking to community leaders in oakland today as her democratic rival bernie sanders gets a special dedication. good morning. we are looking at a commute here where traffic is going to be okay. in fact, it's lighter than usual on this friday leading up to memorial day. little patchy fog out there around vallejo, oakland, napa, sonoma border and also san
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welcome back to mornings on 2. 6:13 this morning. hillary clinton still campaigning through the bay area due to be in oakland taking part in a discussion with community leaders. >> yesterday mrs. clintons was -- clinton was at rallies in san jose and san francisco. she was introduced by gavin gnawsome, the -- newsom, the
lieutenant governor. clinton's meeting in oakland set for 9:00 this morning at the house of chickens and waffles restaurant on embarcadero west. some supporters of bernie sanders are painting a mural featuring bernie sanders in oakland. it is going up on a building on the corner of west grand avenue and magnolia. the group behind it says they are part of the native american community and they are painting the mueller because they say bernie sanders stands with the native american people. and new this morning, president obama made history today becoming the first sitting u.s. president to visit hiroshima. the site of the u.s. atomic bomb attack during world war ii. vial the -- while the visit welcomed by some, it's generated controversy. >> it has. and doug luzader has that story from the world war ii memorial in washington, d.c. good morning, doug. >> reporter: good morning. generating controversy because some saw this potentially as being seen as an apology by the united states for dropping the
bombs on hiroshima. the president did not apologize but used this as an opportunity to push for a nuclear-free world. president obama this morning bowing, accepting a wreath and taking part in no sitting u.s. president has ever done, visiting hiroshima, japan, the site of the atomic bomb attack that helped bring an end to world war ii. >> a flash of light and a wall of fire destroyed a city and demonstrated that man kind possessed the means to destroy itself. >> the attack back in 1945 leveled the city, killing some 140,000 people. but it was seen as the best option to avoid a land invasion of japan, which could have resulted in far more deaths and did eventually lead to japan's surrender. the president used his remarks this morning to call for a global reduction in nuclear weapons. >> we must have courage to escape the logic of fear and
pursue a world without them. >> reporter: the president did not apologize for the attack as many japanese had been hoping. but many back in the u.s. bristled at the notion of an apology including some world war ii vets who saw firsthand the cruelty of japanese soldiers during the conflict. lester tenny survived the bataan death march. >> i will never forget it and so for that reason at all, there is no reason for us to apologize to them, not any reason whatsoever. we fought a war to win and that's what we should have done, win. >> reporter: the president did meet with some survivors of the bombing this morning saying what happened here should lead to what he called a moral awakening. and a lot of sensitivity from the white house surrounding this trip making it very clear in advance that the president would not specifically offer an apology and he didn't. back to you guys. >> all right.
doug luzader in washington, thank you, doug. go ahead and take a peek at the roads. sal, i'm thinking a lot of people have the day off of work and or school today -- and/or school today. >> it's ah summer breeze. >> makes you feel fine. >> dave. >> yes, sal. >> i have something for you. ♪[ music ] >> the eisley brothers. summer breeze. >> i'm done, sal. >> coming up in just a minute we have traffic jams. you can send your request to facebook, instagram or twitter and we will have the original version of this song that came out in 1972. that's coming up. there's not a lot in the traffic world this morning right now. it does look pretty good. it is a summer breeze out there, boy, beautiful sunrise, not a lot of traffic. there are no major problems on the bay bridge here. this happens almost every year where as people having a three- day weekend decide to take the four day weekend. why not? move along and take a look at interstate 880.
looks good in front of the oakland coliseum. the traffic is moving along very well. we had a couple of incidents and accidents and even those are not causing major problems. there was a crash southbound 880 near 238, there's a little bit of a backup there but once you pass that, it looks good. let's bring in the summer breeze, mr. steve paulson. >> very nice, sal. we have a little bit of a summer breeze, summerlike if you will. not that strong. a little bit of patchy fog out there but sunny and warmer for most today. little fog around oakland, vallejo and also sonoma, napa border and then san mateo south. the novato chess club, how about that. in stockton today the big valley, looks to be a hot day today. i don't want to be a pawn but my counter move would be to go closer to the river where it will be cooler today, 88 in stockton today. so thank you, the novato chess
club. i love it. 70s and 80s, warming up. it will be warmer. santa rosa 77 to 82. san francisco 64 to 71. livermore 79 to 85. and san jose just bumping up a couple, 78 to 80. east san jose warmer, santa clara valley warmer. sierra nevada will be good. delta breeze coming down. at 4:00 up to 20 miles an hour, 17, 14 and now down to a 13. that's a sign that temperatures will warm up. cool this morning, a lot of 40s, novato. palo alto close for others as well. take a look to the north, novato, mill valley in there, look at petaluma, down to 44. 46 kelseyville. sebastopol 45 and napa 47. the nights are short now. the fog inland won't last very long but pockets could reduce visibility very fast. watch out by that. by 9:00 most of it should burn off. the low giving a lot of rain and even snow to the rockies. patchy fog and then sunny and
warmer, cool lows, though, upper 80s well inland. that breeze is picking up for some but it's not as robust as it was the last couple of days. 60s, 70s and then 80s, some mid- 80s, you get out to vacaville, of course, antioch and brentwood. 72 degrees in alameda. 79 castro valley. santa cruz will get late clearing, 72. 60s on the coast, 70s and upper 70s to low 80s on the peninsula. tahoe looks pretty good especially sunday into monday. that will be your best bet but lows are cool. remember that. they are in the 30s. so we have sunshine and warmer temps going into the holiday weekend. >> summer breeze make you feel fine? >> makes me feel fine. >> blowing through the jasmine in my mind. >> yeah. >> are people still skiing in tahoe? >> ken lawrence would know that. squaw still open, i think mammoth still open through this weekend and then that's it. >> wow. what a season they have had. >> wow. >> yeah. and great years i know mammoth can go to the 4th of july but
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famous east bay musician. somebody broke into the home of robb flynn. several items were stolen, including a 1997 washburn guitar, given him to the late guitarist dime -- a woman bought an unclaimed storage unit down in san bernardino and discovered two guitars inside. she did research and tracked down the rightful owner, robb flynn. machine heads posted its thank you on its youtube page. >> i cannot thank you enough. >> gave me goosebumps. >> she returned the dimebag guitar that got stolen six years ago. >> a good samaritan returned the guitar along with a post type -- prototype guitar that has not been released. the food and drug administration approved the first ever implant to fight
opioid addiction. it consists of four rods about the size of match sticks they implanted under the upper arm. it dispenses a drug called probuphine. in the past this drug was approved as a pill or a film to put under the tongue our inside your cheek while it dissolved. while it was effective there was a chance it may be lost or forgotten or even stolen. a smoking ban bill proposed by eighth graders in sacramento county is a step closer to becoming a law. the state senate passed a bill it would ban smoking of 250 feet of youth sports events. anyone caught using tobacco products or e-cigarettes while kids are present at youth sporting events would be subject to a fine. the bill was proposed by students at a school in elk grove. now the measure heads to the state assembly. more influential people in san francisco were supporting the city's proposed styrofoam
ban. the examiner reports the proposal has picked up support recently from several key city commissions, including the small business commission and the commission on the environment. san francisco, like many other cities, already bans styrofoam take-out containers in restaurants. this new proposal would also ban the sale of styrofoam products and packaging in the city. supporters say they hope the measure will help the city reach the goal of sending zero waste to landfills by the end of the year 2020. time 6:27. was it a political message or maybe it was a high school prank. up next where campaign signs were stolen and how this could affect the upcoming election. two suspects arrested in the north bay, now the hunt is on for a third. we will have the very latest details for you coming up. and we are looking at a commute that is much different from other days. as you look at interstate 80, this looks good heading out to the macarthur maze. whether it's a bicycle, motorcycle or convertible,
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the marin coast and much more in san mateo, santa cruz, but going to retreat and burn off and temperatures bumping u7 here, santa rosa 78 to 80. san francisco 64, 71, and santa rosa 77 to 82. fog is there a little bit but again there's hardly anything left compared to a couple of days when it was a monster fog bank. inland temps will warm up. cool this morning. 40s for some, low 50s for others and north bay temps are definitely on the cool side, petaluma is 44. so that's a little chill in the morning air. the fog only on the san mateo coast will hang on down to the santa cruz coast but eventually i think that loses its grip as well. patchy fog, sunny and warmer, 60s, 70s and 80s, well inland breezy. 60s and 70s, temperatures bumping up for a few days here. 6:31. sal, you have already noticed a little lighter than friday light? >> enough people on friday before memorial day will not go
into the office or already gone and last night, thursday was brutal getting out of the bay area. so just you put two and two together and you look at this, at the bay bridge, you see, well, yeah, crickets. it's very light out there. even the spider is still asleep. the spider took off. the traffic looks good. san mateo bridge also looking good. one of the busiest commutes in the bay area and looking good out to the high-rise. our maps, go searching for any signs of slow traffic and i did see a little bit maybe on highway 84, a little bit of slowing but for the most part, i'm looking around, i don't see anything. we are just going to leave it alone. now at 6:32, let's go back to the desk. >> sal, thank you. we are following new developments in marin county where two suspects are in custody and a search goes on for a third suspect after an attack in the north bay that left one teenager dead and another one wounded. ktvu fox 2's christien kafton, you're there at novato high
school. the victims went to that school, correct? >> reporter: yeah, that's exactly right, dave. i have been texting back and forth marin county sheriff's this morning. they say at this point there's no new updates on the hunt for that third suspect, no name or description given at this point. again, maybe that could develop over the course of the day. we are here at novato high school, both boys, the victims in this case, students here at novato high school, at this point not a lot of information known about the two suspects they arrested yesterday other than the fact that they are both minors. >> novato pd, search warrant, residents at 1309 number 5 come out the front door with your hands up. >> reporter: very dramatic scene yesterday at marin county tactical units stormed the leaf wood apartments yesterday afternoon to take one suspect into custody. that suspect came out without incident. investigators are not saying what led them to that suspect. investigators arrested another suspect earlier in the day and now the hunt is on for that third suspect. >> we are actively trying to pursue any further leads that might help us identify, again, the identity and location of
that individual. >> reporter: classes here closed at novato high school. this was a planned closure for an administrative day for the school. classes cancelled yesterday as the two victims in this case did have ties here to novato high school. at this point investigators not disclosing a motive in this case. they are still looking again author that third suspect. they are saying that the surviving victim so far is cooperating with authorities and providing information. now, we will continue to follow up with the marin county sheriff's office to find out if there are any updates on the hunt for that third suspect throughout the day. >> christien kafton in novato, thank you. now to the east bay and also developing news, police in oakland released pictures of three people in a car that they say my be linked to a killing. 30-year-old brian bowl was shot in the head while walking home from the king fish bar in north oakland last month. surveillance pictures show three people who may have seen or talked to bowl in the area of richmond boulevard and frisbee street where the
shooting happened. investigators released a photo of the car that was seen in the area, described as a 2003 to 2007 silver honda accord with four doors. a group of high school students from san jose is in trouble for a senior prank that could affect the outcome of some local elections. fox 2 reporter janine de la vega live in our newsroom to explain how this happened. >> apparently these seniors thought it would be funny to steal campaign signs but the candidates, they aren't laughing. they are running for san jose city council and they say those signs are expensive and they put time and effort by going into neighbors and asking people to put up the signs. several of the candidates say more than 100 were stolen last weekend and many of the signs were recovered at santa teresa high school. one student was captured on surveillance video stealing a sign from a yard. the principal says that the students crossed the line. >> it was a dumb idea. it was a dumb idea, i think ultimately of the ones who talked to me, they didn't think anything more than the fact that they just thought it would be something different. >> the stolen signs were
sprawled across campus tuesday morning. school staff says the students also ripped out trees, glued doors and tagged buildings. the cost of the damage, cleanup and investigation is $2600. students will have to reimburse the school district but candidates are left worried this prank has already hurt their campaigns. >> thank you. time is now 6:36. the san francisco unified school district helping to promote a statewide campaign to end violence and discrimination against the transgender people. at 11:30 this morning school officials will be at mission high school, they will be there for a rally encouraging all california schools to join the transform california campaign. that campaign promotes understanding for the transgender community. again, the rally begins at 11:30 this morning. meantime, a former private school administrator in marin county, kate mecca, is accused of diverting $1 million of school money to her own use. the marin independent journal
reports mount tamalpais school in mill valley alerted parents they negotiated a restitution agreement with kate mecca. she was the founder and former director of that private school. trustees say over eight years she diverted money into her own bank account and paid off personal credit cards with school money. miss mecca released a statement saying she gave more than 40 years of her life working hard to sustain and improve the school and she believes students and alumni will keep it going. 6:37 now. the reuters news agency reports a woman who claims she was being harassed is now accusing twitter of giving her personal information to the people harassing her. the woman works in the tech industry and is active in politics. she says she was targeted for her political activities. she claims her opponents tweeted photos of her child and targeted her in several videos. she complained to twitter but says that the company is part of the reporting process, sent a copy of her complaint with all her private information
including her home address to the person she was complaining about. twitter told reuters that it does not comment on individual accounts. the number of homeless people in east contra costa county has gone up significantly over just the past year. in the most recent homeless count conducted in january, 300 people were found sleeping on the streets. that's up 32% from just last year. more than half of the homeless population in east contra costa county is in antioch. advocates say the area has left help available for the homeless than other parts of the country. new tool for predicting and preventing wildfires. the puc just came out with this map showing where powerlines are the greatest fire danger. the green, that's a low danger area. you can see orange and red in the sierra nevada and the southern part of california. these are the areas where powerlines are most at risk for sparking a wildfire because of dry and very windy conditions. many people may be heading to the beach for this memorial day weekend and coming up at
7:00, the one in northern california you may want to avoid at least according to a new report on beach cleanliness. police in pleasnaton reaching out to people on social media to track down whoever is behind a series of stolen vehicles. up next, the clues police are working on. nice looking commute today ahead of a memorial day. find out why chp will not be taking the weekend off and what you can expect from them. we will have a warmer inland forecast.
police in maryland have just released new video of a bold robbery and an even bolder little boy. last friday two armed men held up a game stop store in silver springs. one of the suspects told customers including a little boy to line up against the wall but that little boy you just saw decided to fight back, clearly upset his video game store was getting robbed. in the end, though, the men were able to get away with cash from the register as well as some personal property. at this point police are reviewing this tape carefully and looking for those two suspects. of course we are all thankful that no one was hurt. closer to home, the san francisco superior court ruled against a landlord in a case of alleged housing discrimination. the city sued lim ray properties back in october accusing of it of violating city law by not accepting
housing voucher for payment. it has agreed to accept housing vouchers from low income tenants but still plans to fight the ruling. they say the issue is whether san francisco has the right to get involved. 6:43. surveillance video in pleasnaton of a pickup truck -- posted the video today on their facebook and twitter pages. here it is, it's a dark colored ford f250 with aftermarket wheels. the third brake lamp at the top of the rear window is out. there's a light colored sticker in the rear window and that truck is a very low hanging trailer hitch -- has a low very hanging trailer hitch. two men and two teenagers arrested in connection with a deadly shooting in antioch. police say a 21-year-old man from richmond was shot in the area of crater peak way near lone tree way wednesday morning. he was pronounced dead at the scene. police have not given us details on the four people
arrested or the possible motive in the shooting. the golden gate bridge districts hopes to hire two engineers to help build a safety net. project began 10 years ago in hopes of preventing people from jumping on of the bridge. the examiner reports that within the district's proposed $210 million budget there's a profession to -- provision to hire two engineers to help with the netting. several firms bidding for construction but the district needs the engineers to lead the project. 6:44. this weekend bart crews are going to finish up the track maintenance work ahead of schedule sos it's the last couple of days of -- so it's the last couple of days of disrupted bart service. the work starts at midnight tonight, end at 4:00 a.m. on tuesday, interrupting service between the bay fair and san leandro stations on the fremont line. but if there's a warriors game 7, normal service will be back up and running sunday after 3:00 p.m. to help out the fans. a bus bridge will be in place during that track maintenance period. it may cause a 30 -- a 30 minute to an hour delay.
chp once again conducting its annual maximum enforcement period throughout the state this memorial day weekend. now, it starts just after 6:00 tonight, goes on through monday night. so be careful. the police will be on the lookout for distracted drivers and drivers under the influence. they are also advising everybody make sure you buckle up. last memorial day weekend 31 people died in crashes, most of them did not wear seat belts. and more than 1000 people were arrested for dui-related charges. >> things to keep in mind as we head out on the road this memorial day. it's quiet out there right now, isn't it, sal? >> it is pretty quiet out there and it's obvious that people are taking a day off, at least some people are. but chp does not take a day off, as you look at a live picture of the bay bridge toll plaza. maximum enforcement begins this evening and stretches through the holiday weekend. more, not fewer chp officers on the road this weekend looking for all sorts of violations,
just remember that. this is a look at 101 approaching the 80 split, traffic is moving well in both directions and if you're looking at the south bay commute we are off to a nice start. there is a little bit, and i mean just very little slow traffic on northbound 101 and it's just sluggish really approaching the 880 interchange but definitely lighter than normal. now let's go to steve. we have some patchy fog out there, there's some over the oakland alameda estuary, up in napa. well played there in the control room. thank you. also little bit around vallejo and then about san francisco patchy but then down san mateo and santa cruz coast it is rather solid. how is it looking wind wise? hoping for warm and calm. you need to tell me first where you are. that would help. it does look cooler starting next wednesday into thursday and i think it will be cooler and there will be a breeze out of the south-southwest. so -- but right again next week. 70s and some 80s, this is a
slow warmup. little bit too much fog here to get that warm. we don't have an offshore breeze and the lows are very cool but looking like a little bit of fog saturday, then warmer sunday, monday as we get a slight offshore breeze. monday will be the warmest day but we are not going to set any records or anything, inland temps upper 80s to near 90s but 60s and 70s coast and bay. most everything is calming down. the delta breeze is decreasing each hour. that's a sign the inland temps will certainly warm up but very cool for some. palo alto is 48 degrees, now 40, 46 novato, san rafael 49, 46 santa rosa, low 50s for many including livermore in there and 48 black hawk, one observation near concord at 49, antioch 52, martinez in there and lafayette also 48. that's cool. the breeze is still going to pick up a little bit but overall high pressure is nosing in and the system that gave us a series of systems that gave us the cool weather is now moving off, looking at that just blowing up over the rockies especially over in denver, a lot of rain there and snow up in the rockies but patchy fog for us, know most of
it burns off, a little bit slower process along the san mateo, santa cruz coast down to monterey, well inland, upper 80s but a lot of upper 70s and low to mid-80s for some, so not bad. if you're heading up to bottlerock, napa is pretty nice here. remember the nights and mornings are cool, cool and some of that patchy fog out there, 70s for some around the bay and then low to mid-80s far enough if you're inland you can get those upper 80s but again, that's pretty far away from any fog influence. 60s, 70s and some 80s. sierra nevada looks pretty good. rocking and rolling this week but it's much quieter now. if there's any shower activity, isolated, looks wonderful going into sunday, monday. remember, though, the nights are -- and mornings are quite cool but warmer into the weekend for inland areas. >> even the nights are better. >> you get down 33, you will notice it. >> yeah, yeah. thank you. time is 6:48. with summer just around the corner, the oakland fire department reminding everybody about fire prevention. the department says a big part of their fire prevention efforts focus on vegetation
inspection and their goat grazing program. today the fire department will be doing its annual vegetation inspections, they will be in the oakland hills in an effort to prevent fires. a huge yabbadabba don't. a driver in trouble with key west police for leaving this, their replica flintstones vehicle illegally parked. it is complete with bone trim and those zebra print seats. police turned to the public for help. they received plenty of tips and they were able to track down the owner of the vehicle. we do not know if he or she was cited. >> just for having it. time 6:49. meantime a famous san francisco home featured in the popular '80s tv show, it's for sale. up next, what you can get if you are interested in buying this full house.
friday morning on ktvu, #ktvu on facebook, twitter and instagram. 6:53. for the right price, you can now own a piece of tv history. has the victorian san francisco home famous for being in that 1980s sitcom "full house." it's for sale for just over $4 million. now, these photos are taken from vanguard properties. they are in charge of everything. the house features almost 3000 square feet including three bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms and a classically designed garden. the tv show's producers mainly use the exterior of this home on broderick. you can see the inside is a lot different from that "full house" set that was shot in a studio in burbank. in celebration of military appreciation month, actor josh duhamel is teaming up with gmc to honor the military. the general motors truck division raises funds for a charity called building for america's bravest. the group uses money to build
smart homes for severely injured veterans to make everyday living a little bit easier. >> they are such great dudes and they have such strong spirits about them and that really is what i have taken away from this, is this positive outlook on life. i have nothing but respect and admiration for these heroes really. >> if you'd like donate to building for america's bravest, go to ktvu.com, then look for it under the web links section right there at the top of our home page. the oakland raiders doing their part for our deployed troops. later this morning current and former players as well as raiders staff and raideretts will pack care packages in honor of memorial day. the packages will be delivered to marines who are deployed in the middle east. 6:54. now we know the san jose sharks will be heading to pennsylvania. they are going to play the stanley cup finals against pittsburgh. last night the penguins beat tampa bay 2-1 in game 7 of the
eastern conference finals. the penguins upon the stanley cup back in 2009. they have not been back to the finals since. of course the sharks had never been to a stanley cup final. the series begins monday, game 2 is wednesday, the first game in san jose will be saturday, june 4th. well, the port of san francisco has been working on new plans for an underused pier and the answer may be a mega carport. pier 80's 70-acre site may soon be very busy again, thanks to a 15-year agreement. san rafael based pausch pasha automotive services -- 96 ships will make port there every year. >> handle about 150,000 cars annually from various locations, asia, europe, mexico. there are more cars being brought in from mexico to
california now than there are from japan. >> i didn't know that. the port is estimating the initial operation will provide about 400 jobs and also generate $3.9 million in state and local taxes. it didn't take long for a new safety machine to help save a life. the contra costa county fire district unveiled a new cpr robot that helps paramedics with compressions on injury victims. the bay area news group reports three days later paramedics used the device to save a 50- year-old man who was suffering a heart attack. it has a small chest compressor and increases the chances of saving a life and at the same time lessens the physical demand on firefighters and other rescue personnel. san francisco city park system has been named the fifth best in the country, officials from the trust republic land recreation and parks say the city rated the highest in the nation for access noting that 99% residents live within a 10 minute walk of a park. the trust's annual ratings are also based on park size, facilities and investment and the availability of facilities
such as basketball hoops, off leash dog parks in recreation and senior centers. the search has been expanded now to find a missing vallejo teenager kidnapped at gunpoint. the suspect in the case has been killed by the police but we are going to show you this surveillance image that's now a very crucial part of the case.
good morning. bottlerock napa valley kicks off today. we will have an inside look at the three-day music, food, and wine festival. faced with elimination, the warriors pull out a win over the thunder in game 5. the big plays that kept their season alive. this and more as "mornings on 2" continues. couldn't get to bed until they won that game last night. a little sleep deprived but happy this friday morning. may 27th. i am gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i am dave clark. let's talk weather, traffic. steve paulson, weather on a friday morning? >> not bad. inland temps will warm up here. that fog can be a little thick
for some, especially highway 1 towards napa, napa county lineae long the sonoma county line. that will burn off. temps are moving up. not a lot. inland temps, for sure. coast and bay 60s and 70s. santa rosa 77 yesterday. going 82 today. san francisco up to 68. livermore 79-85. so we are getting near where we should be on the temps to maybe slightly above well inland. a little bit of fog in the mix. the delta breeze has been decreasing and that's usually a sure sign that inland temps are on their way up. still clear skies. a little cool on a lot of these lows with low 50s. upper 40s for many on the peninsula. atherton, menlo park in there. woodside at 45. 49 hillsboro. a little chill in the morning air. i think the fog on the san mateo/santa cruz coast sticks around past 9:00. patchy fog, cooler