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will grow. good evening. i am ken wayne. >> i am heather holmes. >> allowing the fire to grow. broke out yesterday evening at 6:00 p.m. off highway 29 and exploded this afternoon. forcing the community of lower lake to evacuate. >> we have team coverage of the fire including how crews have a battle to gain control with hot temperatures on the way. we begin with ktvu's leigh martinez live on main street and lower lake where the fire burned into the heart of town. what is the latest? >> reporter: it is devastating. these are people's businesses, homes, this is their livelihood and this is what is left. off of lake street. off of the main street here in downtown. i do not know what the structure once was but this is what is left of it. the fire is still burning but the fire crews left, they muned
on to tackle -- moved on to tackle bigger fires. you can see what is left of a garage that collapsed. we are seeing embers smoldering, hot spots, fire burning. you come out and take a look at main street we have over 100 fire crews out here trying to battle the fire. i lost count of how many trucks are out here on main street. this is a devastating fire that caught a lot of people by surprised. started yesterday evening. started burning straight from clayton, came to lower lake. it started -- was burning till 3:00 a.m. after 3:00 a.m. that is when fire crews said that things started to slow down. but they -- they could get on top of it. and at that point they had bulldozers out, doing their fire lines, they had crews on the ground, they felt they had
a handle on the fire and then by late afternoon fire crews said the winds changed on them. the fire ended up jumping over morgan valley road and that is when things got out of control. homeowners thought their homes would be saved, we were told 4 homes were lost. we are seeing several structures have burned. especially downtown. we met a man who was from another town, he came over to help fire crews, he said he wanted to be on the grounds helping fire crews out and at this point fire crews he said let him. >> i was critical of the fire department after the valley fire. i saw a lot of houses burn down there and so being here today and working with these guys i have a different feeling for the fire department and i have got a real heart felt sorrow for all the people losing their houses and their businesses. nothing that could be done.
>> reporter: back out here live. it is still burning out here. the smoke isn't as heavy but there is still a strong presence of fire driving back up here from -- lower portion of the lake, we saw the fire was in the hills. still burning. downtown, again, just absolutely devastated. we are seeing a lot of structures being burned. we are seeing tons of fire crews out here trying to get a handle on this. we don't know the exact count of how many structures have been lost but from what fire crews told us, witnesses told us, it is hard to get a handle on some of the structures that are burning. they will burn their backs at one fire and it starts up again, they thought they had it controlled, it flairs up again. very difficult to get a handle on the hot spots. >> i could see the flames burning behind you. it is dark now. the drops stopped.
what are you seeing, though, on the ground, are more firefighters firefighters saturating the area where you are now? >> reporter: we are seeing a lot of firefighters, flames down, we are seeing a rural area, looks like a field to us. we are trying to stay out of their way. they have a very important job so we are staying in areas where we know we are safe, we are seeing still a large presence of fire crews out here right now. we can see where we are moving and structures that look sound that they are not in danger of collapsing but we see just fire trucks up up and down main street. we have seen fire trucks on the highway. several locations we are seeing fire crews trying to tackle different fires all over lake county right now. >> one more question, if i can,
you are there on main street downtown, just really quickly, when you look around, how many structures have been loss within the block where you are? >> reporter: i am almost uncomfortable saying that because i don't know if the people who own these businesses if they know yet and this is how they find out. we have seen at least four on this side of the street on main street. there are other structures that appear to be okay from the outside. we don't know what the smoke damage might be, if the integrity of the structures have been damaged. fire crews can't tell us at this point. we are just seeing with our eyes at least four or six businesses that look like they are devastated and no longer standing. >> that is a sad part of this. leigh martinez reporting there on -- in lower lake. we will check in with you later on in this newscast to get more
information. thank you. >> people in lake county living and leaving in fear as the wind blows the fire in different directions. todd and carry thought they were safe but when the fire changed directions today they put their dogs and their belongings in the car. they tried to stay as long as they could but within minutes their home was surrounded by fire. and a neighbor up the road was on the road when he saw flames coming his way and ended that dual evacuate. -- call to evacuate. >> we have fire coming in to our backyard. we have to go. >> now i think we will leave. [ laughter ] >> they said as difficult as it was waiting to evacuate it was worse driving away not knowing if they will ever see their home again. >> joining us to talk more is the sheriff lieutenant working as public information officer on the fire scene.
we saw live report from the town of lower lake that looks like it is deserted except for emergency crews. 4,000 people have been evacuated. what can you tell us about that? >> yeah. we completed a full evacuation of the community once we realized the fire behavior was going to take off on us. a firestorm doesn't talk about what we saw today in lower lake. there are 5 to 6,000 people that have been displaced as a result of the fire this afternoon but there have been changed. the winds changed direction and changed direction and died down quite a bit. this is giving firefighters an opportunity fight the fire. earlier today it was like trying to catch a fire that was running away from you. just nearly impossible to do. however i must say the firefighters put on an
incredible effort in trying to suppress the fire today. >> that was something i was going to ask. you described it as a firestorm in the lower lake area. is the fire -- i know you mentioned it has slowed down a bit but is the fire focused there in the lower lake area or into other parts now? >> well, no, there is still quite a bit of fire. your reporters can see it down on main street there in lower lake. the fire was like a wave of water today and continued in the easterly direction. at one point we had severe concerns about what impacts we would have if it continued east towards clear lake. due to the winds dying down this is giving us an opportunity fight the battle right there in the lower lake area. you noticed we have 83, 8600 people who are without power
right now. this is as a result of a safety measure more than anything else as your reporter was talking about. there are a number of structures, how many we lost, we can't tell. when this took off this afternoon our primary mission was making sure it was life and property. that was our focus. tonight and tomorrow we will get a better picture of what took place today. having worked the fire last year, basically i would say that this fire we witnessed today was similar to what we saw last year when the town faced its own firestorm. the only difference today was the fire took place during the day light versus the night time hours. still so much smoke and flame it went from day light to darkness in minutes. >> you understand the law enforcement side of this, i
respected to ask you about that part of the -- i wanted to ask you about that part of the investigation. other sheriff's departments and police agencies were sending officers to help patrol the area. what can you tell us about that, especially for residents that had to evacuate? >> it is too early to tell when we will allow residents return. at some point we will escort people to their homes to try determine what damage, if any, there might have been and collect valuables but yes, the sheriff of lake county took steps in regards to reaching out to other law enforcement agencies in the bay area, northern california, to support their efforts. now as you recall last year as a result of the valley fire it was a number of weeks that law enforcement officers from outside of lake county came to provide assistance to the sheriff's office.
the officers need to know are becoming exhausted. officers started their day yesterday and they are just now finding the chance to take a break. a very tiring job. and other law enforcement agencies in the bay area, we are all willing to step up and help. >> thank you very much for your time and i know that you describe this earlier as devastation, but i guess if there is any good news tonight it is that perhaps the fire is slowing down a bit, is that a good assessment? >> well, you know, i will be honest with you, this morning i thought this fire was done and the firefighters had basically almost all but put the fire out but the winds kicked up today and it put us backane situation where we are -- back in a situation where we are back in the curve. right now we are seizing every
opportunity get a hand on the fire. . >> thank you very much for your time tonight. >> you are welcome. thank you. residents attended a briefing tonight to get the latest information on the fire and how it is effecting their homes and businesses. ktvu's azenith smith was at the briefing and she live now to tell us what officials had to sty the folks there. >> reporter: to -- say to the folks there. >> reporter: i am 15 miles south of lower lake where the fire activity is. you can see the smoke in the distitance. tonight folks were re-- distance. tonight folks were reminded the of valley fire that destroyed middletown and that left them 30 days away. emotions were raw tonight at this meeting at lake county keeps getting hit hard with the wildfires. now this fire, an hour ago cal
fire updated the community here. there were so many concerned residents they moved the meeting outside. officials saying the conditions are changing hourly. the winds move the fire down the hill this afternoon towards the lower lake communities where evacuations are underway. right now this fire is burning we are told north of the ranch road, and east of highway 53. [ indiscernible ] >> i will tell you we are going to recover and lake county will come back stronger. and we are going to have tough days ahead but what we know is when we work together we are going to be stronger. >> reporter: local emergency has been declared for the area. the stase approved additional funding for more resources, calling in 20 more strike teams. a thousand firefighters are
here, six air tankers and 100 engines here or on their way. thousands of people have been evacuated. some came to the meeting tonight, evacuation centers have been set up at kelseyville high school and twin pine casino. 2,000 more cops have been ordered into lake county and mental health professionals. the region keeps getting hit hard with wildfires wildfires and several schools in the school district here in lake county have closed tomorrow as well as woodlands community college. >> all right. azenith smith. live, thank you. interesting, he said that they thought they had a handle on the fire but mark tamayo is in the weather center, mark, we know that the winds picked up and they thought the fire was getting knocked down but that situation changed.
>> yeah. mid-morning into the afternoon, the mid-morning hours were okay but then this afternoon winds switching up. yesterday talking about a fire 60 acres. 20% containment. you can see the time line, yesterday 6:00 p.m. 80 acres. 3,000 acres. and growing, of course. the most recent update was at 8:00 p.m. hearing about the changing winds and you can see the wind shift. this is from the weather station and this is from this morning. you can see winds 6 to 9 to 12 miles per hour and then an increase. 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. winds out of the south, that has been pushing the fire up to the north. you can see the fire coverage, lower lake. clayton creek road. the clayton fire. and the distance from lower lake to clear lake is 3 miles. that has been a concern with
the progression of the fire. current conditions, the activity in terms of the weather backing off. mid-70s. winds backed off. moisture levels coming up. they were single digits this morning. the plan for tomorrow, temperatures 70 degrees. 7:00 a.m. on track to reach the upper 90s. a hot day in the forecast. winds are not expected to be as strong tomorrow but that could change based on the fire behavior how things could change around the fire zone. tomorrow still hot and dry up towards lake county. we will keep an eye on the conditions conditions and have an update in a few minutes. keep it right here. more live continuing coverage of the destructive clayton fire in atlanta lake county -- in lake county. stay with us for more on this fire when we come back.
there is an easy calm in milwaukee tonight after explosive violence broke out last night in response to the deadly police shootings of a black man. the governor of wisconsin activated the national guard to help prevent further rioting and vandalism. this is the latest in a series of police shootings. the officer was a black man and body camera shows the suspect had a loaded gun. fox news correspondent has more on the shooting and the angry
response. >> reporter: the police killing of a black man triggers protests and arson in milwaukee over night. wisconsin governor activating the national guard to help law enforcement in case violence persists. >> all my off duty people are in place. it is about being prepared for the worse. hope for the best. you prepare for the worse. if you never need all these, fantastic. not going to be baltimore and ferguson. >> reporter: police haven't named the officer but says he is a 24-year-old african american with several years of experience. the man shot by police was civil -- smith. >> i want our residents and anybody who is watching this to
understand that what that police officer encountered was an individual running who had a gun in his hand. >> reporter: businesses were burned and squad cars destroyed and the unrest spilled past midnight. 17 people arrested and four officers injured. volunteers spent sunday sweeping and picking up debris from the chaos. >> we are going to work with the neighborhood, with the city, everyone in our state is worthy of -- of going to bed at night safe and waking up in the morning with an opportunity succeed. >> the milwaukee mayor is pushing for the body camera video to be leased but police say that likely won't happen anytime soon as it would interfere with the legal process. fox news. a new poll shows hillary clinton ahead of donald trump in the ski states of florida and new hampshire. in florida hillary clinton is
ahead with 45% to donald trump's 40%. in for example 45 to 39% -- in new hampshire 45 to 39%. 54% think donald trump's comments are irresponsible but 66% say he is most like 3 bring about change. women in new hampshire hillary clinton leads donald trump 51% to 29%. more on the race, donald trump focusing attacks on the media today. the fbi may reveal what hillary clinton said last month about her private e-mail server. more on the race for the white house. >> reporter: a new line of attacks from donald trump. not focusing on hillary clinton but instead targeting the media and launching a new rant on twitter including this. i am fighting the dishonest and
corrupt media. people get it. if the corrupt media covered me honestly i would be beating hillary by 20%. donald trump's running mate mike pence is trying to clarify comments donald trump made when he accused president obama and hillary clinton of being the co- founders of isis. donald trump said he was buying sarcastic. >> donald trump has a way of talking to get people's attention. it is drawing attention to an important issue. >> reporter: fox news confirms the fbi plans to hand over to congress notes taken during the interview with hillary clinton over the use of a private e- mail server. hillary clinton spoke with the fbi for three hours last month and the fbi director recommended no charges be brought against her. he did label hillary clinton's e-mail set up as extremely
careless. republican congressman, chairman of the house committee has asked for all documents relating to hillary clinton's interview. they don't have a full transcript of the interview adding she was not under oath. in washington, fox news. our top story tonight, the clayton fire burns out of control in lake county as residents flee their homes. broke out at 6:00 p.m. yesterday evening and grown to 3,000 acres near clear lake with 5% containment. cal fire reporting that 10 structures have been destroyed in ask around the -- in and around the town of loyer lake. 4 -- of lower lake. 4 homes burned and the fire continues to threaten homes and businesses in this part of lake county. we will have more live reports just ahead. we will be right back.
right? >> yeah. till the 7th inning and then the wheels came off and this may go down as the toughest loss of the season as they blew their largest lead of the season. hello. a sell out at at&t park. giants up 4-1. bases loaded. brown big game for him. three hit. and knocksane couple here -- knocks in a couple here. giants up by 6. then he he givers it -- he givens it up. two men on -- givens it up. two men on -- gives it up. two men on. orioles win. giants bullpen waste a good efforts. dodgers lose so the giants are still one up in the west. 72 degrees at the coliseum.
bottom second. mariners 1-0. he takes him deep to left. his fifth home orof the year. tied up -- homer of the year. tied up 5-5. kyle seager hits one to right center. and two runs are going to score. in fact, the bases are clear. seager gets greedy. gets caught up but the damage was done in this one. davis hit his 30th homer but not enough. the mariners win 8-4 and take 2- 3 from oakland. the chip kelly era is underway in san francisco and for a half of pre-season game number one 9ers looked good. lots of competition for playing time. everyone trying to impress the mew boss. -- new boss. blaine gabbert had the stage to
himself. nice here. 22-yard run. 5 carries for 27 yards but two plays later he gives it up. puts the ball on the floor and john scoops it up and rumbles into the end zone. 41 yards for the touchdown. 7-0 texans. 49ers next possession. a move here. the big tight end does the rest. 43 yards. that ties it 7-7. 4-10, 63 yards and a touchdown. 170 yards in the second half and they lose the game final score is 24-13. and after a couple of blow outs to open the olympics. a 3 point win and a 3 point win over france today. klay thompson had 7 three pointers and 30 points in the game. kevin durant 17. team u.s.a.
beat france 100-97. they are on to the quarter finals. other highlights, usain bolt wins his third straight gold in the 100-meter. golf returns to the olympics and england's justin rose wins the gold. three bold medals for simone biles and counting probably. and the medal count, u.s.a. 26 golds, 69 over all. and if you look down the board for fun, cal and stanford, 12 for cal and stanford 9 golds. 9th and 10th if they were countries. good outing, showings in the olympics. >> all right. thank you. coming up, we will have an update on the clayton fire in
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our top story, the clayton fire that is burning out of control in lake county. 4,000 people are have been -- have been evacuated. thee thousand acres burned -- 3,000 acres burned and 5% contained. more resources are on the way to lake county to try to stop the flames that have burned into neighborhoods and the central business district in lower lake. ktvu's leigh martinez has been on main street in lower lake into the night where the fire burned buildings and firefighters have been trying to make a stand to save those that are still threatened. >> reporter: one business owner
who has shop here described the scene as a war zone. this is far from over. these are the remnants of businesses that were lost here off of lake street. a garage. you can see the fire is still burning out here. fire crews are not here anymore. they have bigger fires so we have smoldering debris out here. you can take a look at the truck in the driveway there. the tires melted off of it. this is still a very intense scene here on main street. fire crews describing it as decimated. 4 structures leveled at this point. we don't know how many homes have been lost. we see fire crews down the street. that is where we are seeing homes. we were told by fire crews their main priority is to save homes, save lives. we also met a man out here who was from out of town.
he was a victim from the valley fire. he came out here to help the fire crews. he wanted to know what it was like to be out here, he wanted to help them. he picked up a shovel, joined the front line of the fire crews and he said fire crews let him and he experienced first hand what it was like that the fire crews were up against a fast moving, very fast changing fire. >> one building, we cut holes in the roof, and sprayed water, left, came back 30 minutes later, working on something else and the house is fully engulfed. you try save something and it is burning. >> reporter: and that is what fire crews were saying, thought they had a handle on it this morning, had bulldozers out, crews on the ground, they thought they had it pretty much -- they wouldn't say under control but they had a good plan. but they said by the afternoon
the winds changed, the fire jumped the road, that is when things got out of control. down here on main street they had fire on both sides of the street. dueling fire trucks hosing down the street. black smoke. flames shooting up above the buildings. it was an intense scene. right now fire crews are still down here downtown. we have 100 crews out here and we have several crews up in the hills where we are seeing homes that are being threatened right now. this is not going to be over soon. >> you referenced the turning point in the fire today. i flew over lake county around noon this afternoon and it looked like the fire was laying down, not much smoke but then around that time the winds did pick up and everything changed. all of a sudden the fire moved into lower lake. talk about the surprise and how people reacted. nobody expected this to happen.
lower lake was not going to be the scene we are looking at right now. >> reporter: absolutely. it took us by surprise. we were out there with fire crews, homeowners on morgan valley road, homeowners were helping fire crews. we were up close. we are monitoring the situation. we had pulled off to a grassy area so we could edit video and feed to you guys when we started getting knocks saying you have to leave, the fire is on the other side of you. we took off. as we are driving through we saw fire on either side. it happened so quickly. coming back out, fire was everywhere. it was very shocking. fire crews were saying the same thing, they had a good handle on it. we saw your house, your house is fine, we have a perimeter around it, they were pulting the people at -- putting the people at ease, i don't know
what is happening out there, i don't know if the homes are still safe but it was a very quick change of events. quickly by late afternoon. by 3:00 p.m. things changed around. >> looking behind you we can tell there is a lot of activity still at this hour. night time, trying to put out spot fires. you are in the middle of lower lake. what we are seeing is something that will be worked on for days and weeks to come because there is a lot of reconstruction that will have to take place and that will take a long time. leigh martinez live in lower lake. >> reporter: absolutely. >> go ahead. >> reporter: i am sorry. we don't know what the situation is like, we don't know what kind of damage they have, we are looking at six structures that are leveled. >> that is just on one lock. leigh martinez, thank you. >> the fire just 5% contained.
earlier tonight people gathered for a meeting, 15 from where the fire is raging. ktvu's azenith smith was at the meeting. were they evacuees? >> reporter: there were fearful people, concerned, worried. one person livered in the lower lake area. there were folks from clear lake, hidden lake, middletown. the meeting was for the press but then the community got wind of it and there were 100 community members here to listen to cal fire. cal fire saying this area has been declared a local emergency and more munding, more additional -- funding, more additional funding and resources are on the way. 20 more strike teams. they are telling us a thousand firefighters, six air tankers are battling the blaze with 100
engines here or on their way as far as southern california. the fire is burning north of ranch road. south of dam road. and east of highway 53. i want to mention parts of highway 53 are closed. as i mentioned i met a woman, she was evacuated from her home, she lives in big bear road in the lower lake community. she was evacuated. she left with her belongings. and her cat and she really wanted to take her chickens with her. >> i mean, i -- i -- you know, i have seen three major fires go through lake county and i think that the people here are really incredible. that -- i think the experience of having gone through the fires i know what to expect. >> reporter: she hopeful, optimistic that her home is still standing. emotions were raw tonight.
as lake county and i can't stress this enough they keep getting hit hard with wildfires. the anniversary of the valley fire 30 days away, september 12, that destroyed the town here. now the clayton fire. right now you mentioned 4,000 people evacuated. and they have set up evacuation centers at kelseyville high school and twin pine casino. what i thought was interesting, 2,000 more cots have been ordered into lake county and showers and mental health professionals. also on route. as again this region is experiencing a lot of wildfires. and they are still recovering in middletown. several schools in the school district in lake county as well as woodland community college are closed tomorrow. >> so many people effected. it is really is unfortunate.
the valley fire, it was a year ago when it became the third most destructive fire in the state's history. unfortunately this is happening. when you talk about the governor and -- declaring an emergency and that means more resources will be heading that way. i see alameda county fire sending a team, fremont firefighters, san francisco on the way, contra costa county. were they feeling with all the resources perhaps the town will be spared this time? >> reporter: yeah. they aplowedded the firefighters that -- applauded the firefighters that are battling the blaze. this was a hub for folks to get information and those folks were saying why not be a hub again for the clayton fire so
tomorrow it will be. a lot of people are concerned but they are hopeful. they are happy to hear the resources are coming this way. but i also heard a lot of attention and nervousness and so i guess people are just waiting and seeing and they are hopeful right now. >> it was mentioned that extra mental health professionals are called in to lake county and with the previous fires that we had, i can tell you the level of anxiety was tremendous seeing the smoke and now that we have seen how damaging the fire has been, i am wondering how people are holding up and i hope they take advantage of the mental health professionals. >> reporter: i wanted to make note that mental health professionals was on the way because i thought that was an interesting point. they are trying to be strong but you can sense that they are worried. power is down here.
folks are worried about getting medications, evacuation centers set up, people worried about getting on highway 53 where part is closed down. you see the images of historic downtown and you see the buildings that are now burned down, the post office, someone worried about getting mail so the post office is damaged. several schools are not going to be running tomorrow. this area is going to take time to recover and rebuild. >> just from the fire, the point of the fire, are you seeing any flames from where you are? you are 20 miles from where the fire is raging, can you see flames, smell the folk? how intense is that from where you are? >> reporter: now that it is night i can't see much but i saw lot of smoke as you enter lake county, you can see the
smoke, blank thet reg -- blanket the region and 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. i could see the smoke. dissipated a little bit but it is still there and you can really see it in lower lake in the high school downtown main street where most of the fire activity is. >> all right. azenith smith live in middletown and people are trying to cope with what is going on. just really tough. >> yeah. >> almost like posttraumatic stress disorder. >> mark tamayo made a map that shows where the rocky fire was, the valley fire, and it just all surrounding the clayton fire. this is an area as we talk to cal fire, you are dealing with hot temperatures, an area that has seen five years of drought and it is just, you know, ating fuel to the fire -- adding fuel
continuing coverage of the breaking news happening in lake county and the clayton fire. we know several of the buildings, some of the buildings that you are seeing here in the video, our reporter on the scene, main street, telling us some of the buildings have now been destroyed. this fire focusing on the town of lower lake. just 5% contained.
and it is now reached 3,000 acres and we know in addition to the businesses that have been destroyed on main street in the town of lower lake the unfortunate news is that four homes around the area have also been lost. a check now on the weather conditions. earlier i mentioned that map that shows what this community and what those in lake county have been through. >> that doesinantclude the -- doesn't include the y fire. four major fires. >> exactly. right now hard to imagine how much lake county went through last year. as far as structures burned and fatalities and look at the
acreage. so much burned coverage here. this is the clayton fire that developed yesterday and continues to grow and spread and been very destructive towards lower lake. saw this picture looking towards monitor point. 4 miles away. you can see what's happening. today with the changes. rapid growth of the fire. this is the new section burning this afternoon and into the evening hours based on the wind shift. winds picking up early this afternoon. winds 20 to 24 miles per hour. now the smoke plume has been detected on radar. that is not rain but that is the smoke. the vertical structure topping 10,000 feet. that will be an issue or challenge for the fire crews as they try get the aerial attack tomorrow. that smoke detected on the radar. here is the forecast for
tomorrow around the fire zone. as you recollect pick out into the afternoon hours, temperatures already in the upper 80s. winds could be around 6 to 11 miles per hour. maxing out into the lower 90s. winds tomorrow not expected to be strong. but that could change based on the what the fire does. that could create its own weather condition, environment, and generate momentum. highs today hot temperatures towards lake county, 100 degrees. 90s towards livermore and antioch this afternoon. san francisco 63 degrees. pacifica in the upper 50. the fog near the shoreline. minimal influoresce on the fire. and current numbers showing you san francisco 54. concord 69. san jose 64 degrees.
outside right now low clouds into the bay. fog will be increasing tonight. it will be cooler inland. just for your monday and warm to hot. the plan in san francisco, 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning clouds and fog and then into the afternoon, 12:00 patchy fog, 64. partly cloudy skiings and breezy as we wrap up the afternoon hours. 67 degrees. here we go, over cast tomorrow morning, clearing back to near the shoreline. inland 90s. warmest locations in the upper 80s to lower 90s. cooler than today. santa rosa 81. fairfield 88 degrees. rim of the bay 70s. inland 90s towards livermore and brentwood. san jose 82. gilroy 89 degrees. san francisco 67. beaches dense fog out there. your five-day forecast, temperatures trending up tuesday and wednesday. still lots of 90s inland. not a significant drop off in
temperatures till the weekend. today the biggest deal is the sudden wind change. accelerated. not in the forecast tomorrow. >> thank you. sports wrap coming up next -- here is a preview. >> giants build a lead against baltimore but can't hold it. what bruce bochy is saying and chip kelly's 49ers make theirpression da-- their pre- season debut and we will have the latest stand ford and cardinal and cal bear representing at the olympics. sports wrap coming up. >> and another update on the wildfire burning out of control in lake county. we will be right back.
a final update on the clayton fire burning out of control in lake county. it started last night at 6:00 p.m. south of lower lake. grown to 2 square miles and forced 4,000 residents to evacuate. thousands have been told to be ready to evacuate just in case the fire moves again. so far at least four homes and six buildings burned but could be more, likely will be more than that and the fire burned into the downtown area of lower lake. cal fire says the fire is only 5% contained. the same area that experienced tahoe previous devastating wildfires in the -- three previous devastating wildfires in the area. >> you can also get information on www.ktvu.com and our mobile app. have a good night everybody.
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