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happened over the weekend. warriors won, so i know you are happy about that. "wonder woman" was great. >> somebody had a birthday, too. >> yeah, happy birthday. >> tried to blow up twitter. we didn't break it. sorry. let's look at live doppler 7, tracking clouds coast. the kra ceiling is about 1,200 feet. the golden gate bridge could take over that, and it seems quiet down on 880. how about 70 to 77 in the bay and inland neighborhoods at noon, and 69 to 74 at 7:00. going to be warm but comfortable by the time you get back home. look at the temperatures down and around the ocean. how about that monday morning
commute. here's sue. >> we have a four-vehicle accident on the western side of the span. more towards san mateo. this is just past the toll plaza and not a lot of traffic here but once you hit the high-rise, the brake lights go on. and we saw a tow truck earlier so it's going to be in the clearing phases shortly we hope, and right now it's an 18-minute drive from hayward over towards foster city, and we'll take a look right now at some of your mass transit options going out this morning. the bus has been -- pardon me, b.a.r.t. has been cleared up so don't pay attention to that, and no delays on the ferry. so far so good. this is the first time in 13 years apple is going to be hosting a meeting in san jose instead of san francisco. matt keller is live for us at the convention center.
>> reporter: good morning, reggie and natasha. this is a big day for san jose. thousands of people expected here at the convention center in the downtown area, and we have many people lined up early. security is a big deal. fences, police officers and security guards are everywhere, and i talked to one officer and he said they were planning for months and they are not doing anything because of the recent attacks in london and manchester. this is the first time this event is being held here in san jose since 2002. facebook also held the developers conference here in april after years in san francisco. san jose leaders are excited about the economic impact with visitos filling hotels and restaurants, and as for the technology, apple could discuss the latest in augmented reality and artificial intelligence, and updating hardware as well as operating systems for auflt products. the keynote starts at 10:00 this
morning. reporting live in san jose, matt keller, abc7 news. >> so many people out there so early. >> amazed how many underline. the warriors, the dubs are up two games to the cavs. >> the cavs fly out from sfo at 9:00 this morning, and the warriors fly out later today. coach steve kerr has been out because of his ongoing complications from back surgery. >> it's nice. our fans are amazing, and they know i have been through a tough time but it's great to be back out on the floor and feel the energy of the finals, and i was pretty pleased with the way our team responded. >> he looks pleased just to be there. it's great. the warriors have won 14 consecutive playoff games, the longest post season winning streak in nba history. >> did you catch the split second at the end of the game. i was wondering what was
happening. a fight actually erupted in the stands as lebron was head into the funnel. trying to get up close to the team and security had to get involved and separate the men involved and players waited until things calmed down before heading to the locker room. >> people need to learn how to act. that's terrible. coverage starts on wednesday, and we will have a pregame show brought to you by jeep. tip-off is at 6:00 p.m. 5:04. and 26-year-old garcia torres was convicted of the attempted kidnappings of three women and the murder of sier a missing 2-year-old boy.
he was last seen on may 14th in hollister. police are saying he may be with his father who does not have legal custody, and the father is named sterling robles. he's a known member of the held's angels, and he may be calling his son greg to avoid detection. b.a.r.t. police are investigating a sexual battery. a woman reported a man reached under her skirt before getting off the station. officers searched for the suspect but couldn't find him. police say the victim described him as african-american, and wearing blue jeans. thenand then supporters say measure c would allow thousands
of people to remain in their homes. opponents say 80% of the housing opponents say 80% of the housing is not the city council covered a lafourching the election. and then it's cheaper to live on campus than the less popular counterparts. uc berkeley is the most expensive public university in the state. the average cost of room and board about $17,500. the second most expensive school for house something hardly on household name, csu in channel islands, nearly $17,000, and then uc davis is number taking place about a mile from london bridge, that's where three attackers ran down
pedestrians and stabbed others. seven ended up being killed and 48 others hurt. the attackers have been identified but their names have not been released. 11 people have been taken into custody for possible connections to the attack. this weekend's deadly terror attacks led to a backlash against uber. riders complain the ridesharing app too took long for people trying to seek safety. the company would not charge for rides taking people from the area of the attacks. and uber said it made the change within an hour of the attacks. some of the music industries biggest stars took to the stage in manchester in a show of solidarity against terror. ariana grande led yesterday's charge for the benefit concert just two weeks after another deadly bombing. and we have a look at some of the best moments.
>> reporter: joyous defiance in manchester. tens of thousands dancing and celebrating and refusing to give in to fear and terror. less than two weeks after a suicide bombing killed 22 people and injured more than 100 others outside a ariana grande concert, the singer herself returned to headline one love manchester. >> i love you guys so much, and i think the kind of love and unity we are displaying is the medicine we really need right now. >> she brought along some of music's best act. katy perry, miley cyrus, and justin bieber, ♪ ♪ >> coldplay. >> we have a choice of doing nothing and being scared or showing up and singing and that's all we really know to do.
>> a new terror attack, this time 200 miles away here in london. >> you look fear in the face and you say, no, we are manchester and the world is watching. >> the fans representing a country that refuses to be held in hostage or living in fear. the ring of steal protected by armed police. >> you will remember it forever. >> it's great how we can all watch and celebrate manchester. >> the show must and did go on. more than 14,000 free tickets were set aside from fans from the original concert. a show of support, tribute and love. abc news, london. >> if you want to donate money to help you can find more information on the abc7 news app and on our website, abc7news.com. let's take a look at what is going on in santa cruz. it's going to be a breezy
afternoon at the beach. water temperatures in the upper 40s to mid-50s. on the bay, the breezes, that could be good for kite flying, and if you are exercising, extreme sunshine this afternoon. most of us cooler this morning. there are 40s out there and we are getting close to san francisco, we have glen park, castro and the mission at 50. and we are at 51 degrees until the ferry building. and petaluma, 47. aloe alto, 49. we we have pleasanton at 48. and then 75 in tahoe. 108 in palm springs, and 77 in l.a. our temperature in the next couple of days will slowly get cooler for most of us, those high clouds on wednesday, and that's a signal that change is on the way in the form of wet weather. we have a chance of wet weather
coming up. we have an update for you in the san mateo bridge where we have an accident on the westbound side of the bridge, and it's involving four vehicles, two vehicles that crashed and two others almost crashed into them. chp is there and the tow truck is there and so hopefully we will get it out of there. here on the span of the causeway, it's not too bad but once you hit the high-rise the brake lights come on. it's half a mile before the end of the bridge. let's head out. we have a couple other instances. this is in the fairfield area, it's after north texas and the left lan and more on this when we come back in a few minutes. and then arrests following duelling trump
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emirates, fly dubai, and now saudi arabia airlines suspending flights into the capital city of doha. qatar is saying the reasons are baseless, and that's the response from them. opening arguments for the sexual assault trial for bill cosby get under way today. >> reporter: in this morning's "gma" first look, the stakes are high on the sexual assault trial set to begin today with the man once known as america's dad. >> i have been in this business 52 years, and i will -- i have never seen anything like this. >> cosby is charged with felony aggravated indecent assault stemming from a 13-year-old claim, a former temple university employee. she says he drugged and sexually
assaulted her in pennsylvania in 2004. >> whenever you try a case a decade old, in this case we are talking 13 and 14 years, quite naturally memories fade. naturally memories fade. >> coming up at abrams will be live. former fbi director james comey is scheduled to publicly testify in front of the intelligence committee this week. white house officials say president trump does not plan on invoking executive privilege to block the up coming testimony, but the president could still change his mind. president trump filed an extension for his 2016 tax returns. white house officials have not said when or buy the president filed the extension.
mr. trump refused to release his previous returns because he said he is under audit. separating two free speech rally in portland. one rally was sponsored by a pro trump group and they clashed with the nearby anti-trump gathering. some tried to protect themselves with using garbage cans as shielded. 14 people were arrested. you are going to see the driver jump out and run over to a car that was coasting slowly on a busy street. this happened friday in i illinois. a police officers' caught it all. the good samaritan was able to stop the car before it crashed.
we're running it for you again in case you missed it. the driver was having a seizure. >> that is just an everyday hero and that's beautiful to see. let's get over to meteorologistis meteorologist, mike nicco. >> let's open the weather window from mount tamalpais. a couple fingers of fog making it across. and by the time we get to the afternoon hours it's going to be sunny and warmer and breezy over our water. cooling starting tomorrow with a chance of wet weather on thursday. let's take a look at today's temperatures. about 70 in san francisco. 72 in richmond. in mid to upper 70s for most of the bay shore. low 80s in the south bay. and mid to upper 80s in our east bay valleys. now for tonight, not quite as cool as this morning. 49 in santa rosa. about 50 to 56 for the rest of
us. let's jump ahead to thursday morning at 5:00. look at this. a little light rain, and it's going to stay mainly up there, possibly around santa rosa by noon and into the afternoon hours. and overnight, when the system kind of weakens a little bit, and then look for drizzle and light rain possible through 7:00 in the morning on friday, and then everything is off the table after that. in fact, less than a tenth of an inch, but still, in june, rain could mess up the morning commute on friday? hopefully not. until today, it's the warmest day in the forecast. by friday in the 50s and 60s and then rebounding to around 60 and 70 over the weekend. hey, sue. >> good morning. we have a problem on the san mateo bridge and chp just issued a sigalert. it is westbound left lane towards the san mateo side of things and where you are looking right here on the flat section, you can see the brake lights
halfway across thesection, and looking at a 20 to 25-minute ride to get over towards foster city. not too bad at the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights have not yet been turned on, and we'll keep an eye on that. look at your sensors across the bay, delays building on the san mateo bridge to the north of your screen, the top of screen, red sensors. we will come back in just a few minutes and give an update on the accident in fairfield westbound 80. coming up next, seven things you need to know as you start your day. and a woman once again defying the odds. how bad is the air in oakland? >> the first of its kind test that is expected to answer that question today. we want to see your
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right, mom? dad? what will you say? don't wait. talk to your child's doctor today. learmore at hpv.com. these are the seven things you need to know. number one the warriors and cavaliers headed to cleveland today for the next two games of the nba finals. the warriors won by 19 points last night and are up two games to none. game three is wednesday night at 6:00. number two, a breaking news update from our live desk. the state department says there were no americans killed in saturday's london attack. we just learned the news minutes ago from washington. they say they are still gathering details on whether or not any americans are among the 48 hurt. number three, san leandro police reviewing body camera to show what led to an officer-involved shooting. asuspected car thief was shot
and is recovering. check out your summer spread, temperatures around 61 degrees in pacifica, and daly city, the sunset at 62. and brentwood, 89. number five, following a sigalert on the san mateo bridge westbound left lane, a couple cars got into it. tow truck and chp on scene. the brake lights start before the high-rise. >> sue, thank you. number six, you have to appreciate the dedication. hundreds of people in line this morning for apple's worldwide developers conference at the san jose convention center. first time the convention is being held in the south bay in a decade. >> "wonder woman," the superhero film made $100 million in its debut this weekend, making it the biggest blockbuster ever directed by a woman. i am telling you i don't get
into comic movies at all. it was great. go see it. warning people in san carlos to keep an eye on kids and pets after mountain lion sightings. the first was around 9:30 on crest view drive, and the second happened around two hours later on britain avenue, and the mountain lion was last seen running off. and if you see one, do not approach it and make a lot of noise and try to make yourself look bigger. a north carolina grandmother set a record as the oldest woman to compete in a half marathon. she finished at the san diego rock 'n' roll marathon yesterday. >> i guess it's unusual, but i
feel just like i did when i was 16, but i just can't move as fast. >> i love her. setting records nothing new for her. she became the oldest woman to run a full marathon at the age of 92. she said it's the thousands of dollars that she helped raise for cancer research that keeps her going. >> she is looking great. we are coming back with a full 90 minutes of news including google showing how bad the air is in one bay city. oracle will still be rocking, and you can join thousands of fans at a watch party. we are leaving you with weather and traffic throughout weather and traffic throughout the
>> announcer: good morning, south bay. let's get up and get going. >> normally i would be like it's monday, it's going to be okay, we'll get through it. but two down and two to go. it's monday. >> june 5th, hey. >> that was fun. >> that was great. >> right before that ended, the a's almost came back from being seven runs down in the ninth inning. still a fun time over in oakland yesterday. let's talk about what is going to happen today. we have winds that are pretty calm this morning, but there's still a little onshore. let me show you what it's doing, it's bringing marine layer fog it's bringing marine layer fog across the marin upper 50s and low 60s at the coast. and 75 to 82 at 4:00, and 69 to 74 at 7:00. got a chance of rain coming up
in in the accuweather 7-day forecast. yeah, didn't make a mistake saying that, sue. >> i know. it's kind of crazy for june, huh? and then brake lights start happening across the flat span in the westbound direction on the san mateo side of the bridge. chp is there and a tow truck is there but they issued a sigalert. hre so heads up. and then metering lights turned at 5:21 this morning, and dumbarton bridge would be a great alternate for the san mateo problem and right now the sensors are showing green. we will check back on this and an earlier accident in fairfield in just a minute. now to the warriors. two wins away from another championship. >> they clobbered the cavs last night at oracle arena. >> golden gate remains perfect. 14-0. they are up 2-0 in the nba finals. >> golden state has won 14
consecutive playoff games, and that's the longest post season winning streak in nba history. did you see this? it was beautiful. kevin durant and curry both had big games. >> we know this is far from over. we know how hard it is, to, you know, be the best team in the league so we just have to keep going and keep our foot on the gas and keep getting better every day. >> they are going to keep coming, man. there's a lot of work left for us to do, and you have to expect them to play better at home and on the road. >> you know what is great to see? steve kerr back on the sideline as coach, and he missed games due to the complications from a prior surgery. and then both teams head to ohio today where lebron james is
hoping for a better outcome on home turf. >> reporter: we're at the hotel where the cavs are staying and we are on the lookout for any cavs or fans. there are barricades if fans show up trying to keep them at a safe distance. the team won game three at home during the championship last year, and the warriors won game four in cleveland. the warriors' coaching staff says it has been a great run here in the bay area, and being up 2-0 doesn't mean anything unless you finish the job. >> i will tell you, the fans are loud and will be behind their team 100%, and i am sure as a group they are thinking about what happened last year. they don't feel like they are out of it, still, even though they are down 0-2. they are down 0-2. we are hearing the warriors
leaving later today, and the cavs are leaving at 9:00. and game three of the nba finals starts wednesday at 5:30, and before that you can join abc7's larry beil and they will be live in cleveland. the warriors are hosting watch parties at oracle again, and tickets for season ticket holder go on sale this morning, and the rest of us can buy them at 1:00 this afternoon. and then not selling its luxury box at oracle. there was a deal in place to sell the box for $200,000 a year, and that money would have been used for city services and programs, and the issue
brought up after an ethics commission brought up how the tickets were doled out. and then this is what it looks like this morning. police say three attackers went on a stabbing rampage after running down pedestrians on london bridge on saturday night. seven people were killed. dozens of others hurt. the attackers were killed by police and it was the third deadly terror attack in the uk in less than three months. london's police commissioner says the fight against terror has to be stepped up. >> we have been in many respect extremely successful and we built a very powerful machine, but we now have seen the attacks in london and in manchester. >> police identified the suspects. they are not releasing their names. a dozen people have been arrested in connection with the attack. last night's one love
manchester concert raised at least $2.6 million that will go to the victims and their families and they raised it a three-hour period, and it brings the total raised to almost $13 million. we have posted information on the news app and abc7news.com. and then the empire state building went black last night and other landmarks did the same. 5:35, and happening today. google plans to reveal results from a test that measures how bad the air pollution is, and they used special cars to test the air in oakland for a year. google will unveil the test results today at noon at san francisco's pier 19. brown in china this week. brown and the governor signed brown and the governor signed the clean air energy act.
san leandro police are trying to determine what led to a shooting that involved two officers at 3:00 yesterday morning on i-580. officers stopped a man driving a van that was reported stolen in hayward. something led the officers to draw their weapons and open fire. the suspect was treated at the scene and is in the hospital this morning and investigators are now looking at video at surveillance cameras in the area. and then a church reopened its sanctuary after a devastating fire destroying much of it. the fire ripped through the church last september and the fire caused $9 million in damage. churchgoers say they are happy to be back.
>> both trauma and it's pain to still see part of the campus december hraeutd, but lots of joy. >> it's better than it used to be. >> the fire damaged nearby church officers and the senior minister hopes to start rebuilding those in the fall. walnut creek looking down towards 24, looking quiet here. on the roads it's going to be dry all day. breezy on the bay and out on the coast, if you are taking a ferry ride on the bay today, aggressive in the afternoon hours. it will be the warmest afternoon this week. 47 right now in castro valley. and we have 50 in union city, and 49 in fremont to about 54 in alameda and oakland at 53. santa rosa, and novato.
pleasanton and livermore, 53. and moderate amounts of tree and grass pollen. not much of a change over the weekend. san jose, 60 at 6:00. by 10:00, 65. by noon, 73. delig delightful. and hanging around 72 at 4:00, and then a comfortable 74 at 6:00. 80s inland. but they are low to upper 80s. our armewarmest day this week, then a slight drop tomorrow and then continues on wednesday and then a chance of rain, and coldest on friday, and wait until i show you the numbers coming up in the accuweather 7-day forecast. you will be like, what? here's traffic with sue. a couple cars got into it on the high-rise left lane on the san mateo bridge. can you see the red sensors halfway across the span, and you
are look at a 40-minute drive from 880 over towards 101. if you look further south on the dumbarton bridge, that is all green and that would be a good alternate for you. metering lights are on at the bay bridge, and they are stacked up towards the maze. we had an accident near north texas street and that has been cleared for sometime, but vacaville towards fairfield, expect delays on westbound 80. here's a quick look at the drive times across the span. bay bridge, a little delay because of metering lights and traffic stacked up a little slower on the inclined section, and there's your san mateo bridge drive time so avoid that if you can. we'll come back with an update in a few minutes. it has been there was an execution in california. and then the biggest hurdle one man faced to getting to the
alerts said the thunderstorm produced a twister around canada. the tornado left behind some damage to buildings but nobody was hurt. alberta normally sees 15 tornadoes every year usually between april and september. and this shows a man in alberta, canada, mowing his lawn unaware a massive tornado is behind him. his wife took this tornado and posted it on home run facebook page on friday, and turns out the man was well aware that the storm was there, and he said it was much further away than it appeared, plus it was moving away from him. >> dedication. >> so that's the best time to mow your lawn? okay. and then accomplishing what many of his peers consider to be the greatest feat of his sport, climbing to the top of el capitan without any ropes.
this is the picture of alex honnold, and he's a sacramento native. it took him less than four hours without any ropes or safety gear, and abc spoke with another climber that sheared the slopes with the 31-year-old. >> it's just beyond many things that we have seen done before. it's a combination of very hard technically difficult things and without a rope, just, you know, the danger factor is crazy. >> he says the biggest hurdle to the climb was mentally preparing for it and having no doubt. the climb will be featured in an the climb will be featured in an upcoming documentary clouds rapidly develop spreading north and east bay. and it will become sunny, even
at the coast, and warmer this afternoon. temperatures will slide down below average on friday, and we have a chance of rain on thursday. we will head to the neighbors in the south bay, and in the 80s from santa clara, and morgan hill, and everybody else in the mid to upper 70s. as we head up the peninsula, we will have 76 at palo alto, and 72 in millbrae. look at the low 60s at half moon bay, saw pepacifica, and bailey. 58 at bodega bay. everybody else in the north bay valleys around 80 to 84 degrees. along the east bay shore, oakland and san leandro, aword at 75. at about 84 to near 90 in our east bay valleys, so if you don't need the air-conditioner today, that might be it for long time, saving yourself energy. you can see the cloud deck becoming more pronounced and the
sea breeze brings cooler weather, 49 to 50. here to jump ahead to thursday, we can see a weak system to the north, just greens, and up until about noon, and that's when a few light showers may come down and touch around santa rosa, and it's really in the afternoon hours and up to 5:00 where we will have a little bit better chance of seeing light rain across the north bay, and once across the north bay, and once the sun sets, to 0.015 of that is something we will keep an eye on. temperatures are 50s and 60s for friday and then starting to see 70s creep back in the forecast on saturday and sunday. good morning, and then there's this on the san mateo bridge. all of a sudden we are seeing stacked across the span.
why? there's a sigalert in effect on the high-rise left lane, and it has been there for 45 minutes and boom, like that, it's stacked up for about a 45 to 50-minute ride from hayward over towards foster city and san mateo. so alternate would be your dumbarton bridge, and that's looking good right now. if you take a look at the sensors, green on the dumbarton and, yeah, all backed up on the san mateo bridge with the sigalert. we will follow that for you later this morning. and westbound on 80 and vacaville clear, but the damage is done. there's a slow traffic westbound all the way out of vacaville. your mass transit, that's a good option. b.a.r.t., 48 trains on time and no problems with the golden gate ferries today, and ace trains one and three are running on schedule as well. a shocking new report shows how many people in san francisco don't have internet access. an alligator on a golf course went viral while another
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the royal family has been very responsive in the wake of three recent terror attacks with members of the family, even the queen, visiting victims in the hospital and denouncing the attacks. the california supreme court is scheduled to hear arguments in a case challenging propizatipro proposition 66. if the court upholds the central provision that would open the door to resuming executions that were halted in 2006. one of the most hotly requirements is that the court has to hear all appeals at twice of the current pace. thanks to rescuers from the sheriff's department, a helicopter was called in. you are looking at video.
and the cycle gist broke a leg, and the chopper flew them to an area at the north peak trail. a horse got stuck in a ditch near calabasas, and they had to bring in a helicopter to pull the animal out. the rider was taken to the hospital and we're told both are expected to recover. i will give achoice. you are golfing and here's choice a, and what would you rather see, this alligator spotted on a course in south carolina over the weekend, and it's 12 to 15 feet long and definitely in no hurry, and then here's choice b, a bear spotted in anchorage, alaska. the golfers are trying to scare the bear away by mak noises and the bear does not care that and keeps following them and grabs snacks from their bags and
the bear seems satisfied with that and walked back out in the woods. >> and then alligators can reach 25 miles per hour coming after you, and the bears can reach miles per hour. >> take your chances. >> hey, hey, bo >> that's good. >> the alligator looked full. >> however, the bear, not so much. your small craft advisories around the bay area, 24 to 38 miles per hour. same thing over the ocean. this goes longer until 9:00 tomorrow evening, and that's why some of the ocean temperatures are in the upper 40s right now. we have the blue jays in town to talk on the a's, 64 to 58, and maybe some of the oracle magic will spill over to the coliseum
tonight. and then upper 80s in concord, antioch. hey, sue, what do you have for us. >> that picnic basket. we have a sigalert issued with the left lane at the high-rise, and almost an hour delay to get from hayward over towards foster city from 880 to 101. not a great alternate at the bay bridge. metering lights were on at 5:21 this morning, and that's stacking up now. and then here's what you are looking at across the span at the san mateo bridge. that accident on the bridge will check back with the chp and give you a full update in just a few minutes. >> thank you. east bay high school drama students got a dubs boost at last night's game, and the skyline high school drama class performed to rave reviews, and
they have been invited to the american high school theater festival in scotland and the trip cost $28,000, and the students have one more week to students have one more week to raise it and the warriors ral raffle at the game. and then this little boy not only has the dubs jersey, but got the moves, too. watch him sink the three-pointer. when he was just 18 months old he showed talent while wearing a diaper scoring baskets over and over, and the only thing he likes better than basketball is his favorite player. >> steph curry. >> whoever dons the thinks is steph curry so he
thinks he's steph curry. >> his dad says he went up to a 30-minute speed limit sign and actually hugged it and went, oh, steph. he never takes the jersey off, and he wears it to church and wears it to visit santa and wears it to bed, and we phraud him. >> cutest kid, ever! a statewide search for a boy missing more than three weeks. apple fans are already lining up and what to expect at today's worldwide developers conference. a middle eastern country getting cut off by other several other countries, and i will have the full story next. and a look outside at 5:56 in the morning. in the morning. keep on top of live
coming up on 6:00 a.m., and good morning on this june 5th. we have a sunrise wind us and a second wind behind us. a lot of good things to count on this morning. how about that weather? >> it will be warm today. >> yeah. >> it's not going to be here for very long, unfortunately, if you want summer. and low clouds developed and heading into the bay. visibility about five miles so shouldn't cause too many issues. from sutro tower, you can see how broken the cloud deck is. and there are a few 40s out there, and one of the cooler mornings also. upper 50s to low 60s at the coast today, and 70 to 76 around the bay and inland around lunch, and 75 to 82 at 4:00, and then a delightful evening, maybe you can have lunch outside on the back porch. it would be worth it. let's talk about what is going to happen for your morning commute. >> the drivers of the san mateo bridge, not so much.
pretty much just stopped across the span right now. avoid this if you can. what's happening? we have a sigalert issued, there was an accident on the high-rise left lane and it's still out there, and chp just issued an alert saying it's going to be 30 to 50 minutes before they get it cleared. avoid the san mateo bridge. it's gridlocked. take the dumbarton bridge, and we have the metering lights on with the solid backup here, and those were turned on at 5:21 this morning. the dumbarton bridge, great alternate. apple's big developer conference kicking off in a few hours. >> first time sl holding it in san jose instead of san francisco. matt keller is live there. >> reporter: what a day here in san jose. what a morning. a lot of people have already shown up for the big event. hundreds of people are in line right now, and we talked with the two guys who were second and