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>> announcer: good morning, east bay. let's get up and get going. >> announcer: this is "abc7 mornings." >> golden state stays perfect. a crushing loss for the cavs. >> the warriors steal one on the road. fans counting down for tomorrow, just one more win until the nba championship. >> still have chills from that ending. as usual, golden state raining threes last night. actual rain in the golden state this morning, and this is not going to do much to change our dryness outside. >> just a little rain in june. >> absolutely. just at the right time to miss the morning commute. so thank you, appreciate that. >> i do what i can. >> let's look at live doppler 7. a closer view and you can see moisture over san pablo bay, and that will move towards possibly
towards napa and benicia and fairfield and vacaville. it's slowly sinking to the south and we are going to see more green over the next couple of hours than yellows and oranges. a camera had a shower roll through in the east bay hills, so it gives you an idea of how patchy it is on the leading edge of the wet weather. going from a rainy 7:00 to light showers at noon to mainly dry at 4:00 to even seeing sunshine before the sunsets at 8:50. and low to mid-70s for the rest of us, and 80s at the coast. she's back and has your traffic. we have been fairly quiet so far as well, mike. we have a brushfire bay on northbound it could be closer to 280, and we have one right lane down to a fire response, and that's off to the shoulder but we have one
lane blocked. i will keep an eye on it, but we will have a little backup if you are about to head out the door. we will have soggy conditions and we'll talk more about that coming up next. all eyes on capitol hill this morning for one of the most highly anticipated hear tphings year. >> and comey, we will for him to leave to go to capitol hill. they are trying to get to the bottom between the alleged connection and the kremlin and trump's campaign. comey will talk about his interactions with the president and we saw a preview of his remarks yesterday and comey outlining a series of uncomfortable interactions with president trump, saying he pressed him to stopper suing the investigation into former national security adviser, michael flynn. dan abrams say even with comey's account, there is no smoking gun. >> anybody in federal law
enforcement will tell you if what james comey is saying is true it's inappropriate, and there's no objection of justice, and there is no piece to say that in and of itself will lead to objection of justice. >> one question, will the president live tweet while comey is testifying. there are places opening very early for watch parties. >> matt? >> reporter: i know what you are thinking. matt, why are you at a bar at 5:00 a.m., and i have two words for you, don't judge. we're here to watch the hearings that come on at 7:00, and what better place to watch than what has 30 big screen tvs, and there i am right there, and they will have the hearing on all of their
tvs when it starts at 7:00. there are a lot of places that will be open at 7:00 a.m., including a theater in oakland, it plans to open at 6:45, and the view something free and you will be able to purchase prubru and coffee. and then kuhn and ace's bar, and geno & carlo will be open. >> everything is good for the bar business, and when things are good you drink and when things are bad, you drink, that's what alcohol is for. we will be here when people come at 6:00 a.m. when they hope. back to you. >> sure, matt. >> can you watch comey's testimony live right here on abc7. george stephanopoulos will cover that starting at 7:00, and we that starting at 7:00, and we will live stream it
app, and on abc7news.com. and then on twitter, her back and forth went with an ohio senator was more light hearted. brown tweeted no one's perfected a calmback like the cavs, and this ain't over. harris waited until it was over and the warriors came back to beat cleveland and then came back and relied, 3-0, #dubnation. just one win away from sweeping the cavs in the nba finals. >> the warriors could become the first team to go a perfect 16-0 in the playoffs and they battled the cavs in game three of the finals last night in cleveland. the dubs finally seized control with seconds to go and it was secured by that three-pointer by kevin durant.
>> 118-113, and klay thompson had his best game of the series, and he talked to mike shumann after the game. >> that was fun. >> that was fun. probably stressful for people back home. it was fun, and exciting. no time to relax. it's time to get back into the drawing board and come out with great poise on friday and finish him here. >> hundreds of for a free warriors watch party. the city has yet to announce if will hold another watch party for game four. it would be fun if they did. >> they are cocky. >> they are not friendly. >> come on, they have to be. >> they are not. >> abc7 news was at the arena
for last night's action. dubs fans obviously have the last laugh last night. >> how brave to be one of the few dubs fans in the sea of dubs fans. >> wouldn't be talking that smack around me. >> and larry beil and mike shumann for the pregame show at 5:00 p.m. espn coverage starts at 5:30 here on abc7. a water main break in sausalito leaving a number of homes without water last night, and a short video was tweeted showing the water flowing down harrison avenue. no word on when that will be fixed. having to be tested for hiv and hepatitis after being poked with a needle another student
brought on campus. >> i was going to get sick and die slowly. >> he was walking on campus when another student stopped him. >> he said, do you like stamps? i said, yeah. and he said stick out your arm and look away, and then i did this, and i felt something poke me. >> we know the poke was from a diabet diabetic lanceit. the principal asked the student if he stuck anyone, and he said no, and that was on may 26th and it was the following week parents started reporting their children had, in fact, been stuck by a needle. >> that was probably the most disturbing news i ever got. >> bud hrauf ton said he took his grandson to the doctor right away to be tested for hiv and hepatitis. >> i am just thinking, you know,
what if? what if something happens to him? that's scary. he's a healthy little boy. >> he said he is disappointed the fremont school district only reached out to the 14 affected families and a district spokesperson said they were acting on device from the health department but have changed course. >> we're sorry for that technical issue, and we will bring you more on it later. san rafael police are warning residents to protect their mail because they are seeing a spike in thefts. police have received reports throughout the city, and they said you should not leave male in reseptember ka overnight. live doppler 7 showing
strongest showers from vallejo, and heading up eventually towards fairfield. leading edge of wet weather, you can see it right through there, the san bruno there. and you see the drops on the lens right now. we are starting to get measurable lighter rain making its way through most of the north bay right now. your activity planner, most of it is centered towards this morning. you will be dodging drops if you are outside running or jogging out and about, especially this morning, have an umbrella handy. it will be calmer if you are on the way, but wet this morning. let's take a look at our temperatures. it's mild out there, upper 50s to low 60s throughout our waeb valleys and pretty much that is myrrh mirrored everywhere. san jose, 60. and 58 in san francisco.
and temperatures around the state today going to be 68 in sacramento, and then 88, showers and possible showers in tahoe today and 58. 72 in l.a., and 103 in palm springs. as far as the weekend, a chance of showers on friday and saturday sunshine, and then snow at the highest elevations up in the sierra for sunday. and at home, get ready for temperatures in the 60s and 70s. we'll take a look at a and how much rain to expect coming up. and then trying to get out of tracy and head towards the try valley here this morning, we have a disabled vehicle slowing you down, right at the connecter, we have a disabled vehicle blocking the far left lane right now and it does have its hazards on, and chp knows its hazards on, and chp knows about it, so expect delays.
already down to 11 miles per hour. bay bridge commute looks great, no metering lights yet, but that should happen in the next 15 to 20 minutes or so. in the south bay, that brushfire is out and we will see if there are residual delays coming up around 5:20. a thief goes to great a thief goes to great lengths trying to break into an
we're back at 5:14. sometimes if you put your mind to something, sometimes it doesn't always pay off. somebody drove up to a atm with a backhoe and tried to break into the atm, and it did not work but it's fun to watch it unfold on camera, and this is from prince county, maryland. and the atm was crushed but never got any money out of it, and instead caused $10,000 worth of damage to the machine. new video in san leandro after a gas station clerk was shot and robbed. that clerk is in critical condition this morning and the shooter still on the run. it happened on washington avenue at the chevron on sunday, and police are releasing information and hoping somebody would come forward. new developments about the woman accused of putting meth in a 2-year-old's mouth. there are new reports she
assaulted an alameda sheriff deputy. she will be arraigned in court today. we obtained a complaint and probable causes documents on her. on monday afternoon she said she shoved a tootsie roll in a toddler's mouth. thomas was a total stranger and that toddler is now recovering. she is facing attempted murder charges and no word on the charges related to the assault on the deputy. breaking news out of eastern kwrao europe in ukraine, and an explosion went off on the front lawn of the u.s. embassy, and they say they don't think it was an act of terrorism and police have not said what type of device went off.
back to you. disaster training exercise called operation sea sick will continue in alameda yesterday. several agents practiced how they would respond to different emergencies happening at the same time. pretend shooting victims laid on the ground and fake smoke was in the air, and it active shooter situation and a hazardous chemical release. and then artistic inspiration. >> yeah, hats, he paints them at the starbucks and sells his autographed hats and gives much of the proceeds to charities that helps inner city kids, sports and art programs. >> a lot of people won't even wear my hats, and they say, i am not wearing that. i am, like, you have to wear the hat. what if it gets dirty? wash it. >> he puts so much of his soul
and love into those things and watching him paint, he's a true artist. >> most hats take him about three hours to complete and they look pretty great. it's going to be raining today, which is weird. >> hopefully everybody knows by now you have a chance of rain. >> i didn't want to ignore you in the south bay this morning, it's just business as usual for you. i know you are going, rain in the north bay, so what, it's not going to get to us, and you are problably right. another chance in the north bay on saturday and a warming trend, we had to push it back to monday. here's a look at the storm impact scale. it's always fun to bring it out in june. rain and then scattered showers. no measurable rain in the south bay for the most part and a quarter of an inch in the north bay and not too breezy today. one of the better radar returns, 101 or 116, could be a little
wet there, and then the leading edge of some of the lighter showers, along 24 from lafayette all the way into oakland, and you can see highway 4 from concord towards pittsburgh, and let me put it into motion, the whole system sinking to the south and the yellow become ing less and less prevalent. you can see down and around the san mateo bridge, possibly the dumbarton bridge, sprinkles to a light shower, that's the leading edge of it. as we go to the leading edge, maybe a light shower in the south bay. already starting to see a breakup as we head towards noon in the form of some scattered showers, not a solid steady line of light rain like we are seeing this morning. by 4:00, an evening commute, and then look how things dry rapidly as we head towards sunset around 8:30. here's a look at the accuweather 7-day forecast. cool weather again tomorrow. that front, while it will bring
a slight chance of wet weather to the north bay on saturday, it will bring cooler weather to all of us and keep us cooler through sunday, and then monday back to average and warmer on tuesday and wednesday. so far no major issues. that's good. everybody taking it easy so far. the only blocking thing we had was in the south bay and that definitely was not rain related, it was brushfire. northbound 87 before almaden expressway, and looks like the backup we had has cleared in the last few minutes so we are back in the green. speaking of rain, a look outside in san rafael on 101, the traffic on the right-hand side of your screen. you will probably have to flip the wipers on but not a washout at the moment, but we know we have wet pavement. southbound 680, walnut creek to dublin, 14 minutes.
and santa rosa to san francisco, 53 minutes, and north bay 17, highway 1 to los gatos, 23 minutes. and then more dramatic testimony against bill cosby. >> here's abc's lindsay davis. >> andrea constand composed and confident. >> the single-most powerful and awesome witness just testified today. >> in more than seven hours of testimony spanning two days, the 44-year-old appeared unflustered and recounting what she says in 2004, cosby's pennsylvania home where she says he drugs and molested her. her mother took the stand and at one point breaking down in tears, testifying her daughter and cosby were good friends and she viewed him like a father and she is 10-years-older than even
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bar in newark is a location for a watch party. the warriors one win away from sweeping the cavs and second nba taoeulitle in three . and they try to close out the series tomorrow night and you can see the game only here on abc 7. coverage begins at 5:30. and then let's take a look at live doppler 7, and also a live look at san rafael where light rain is falling. so far by 0.1 of an inch in santa rosa, and the rest of us get ready to get by by noon. and then will impact traffic this morning, so far no major problems, so significant crashes or blocking issues but we have live doppler 7, and you can see north bay and around sacramento, soggy areas, and that orange indicates heavier pockets of rain so drive carefully. an investigation under way
in san diego after a concert there turned chaotic. the performer attacked onstag and a concert goer was stabbed. and then barbara bush celebrating a big one today. her 92nd birthday. her 92nd birthday. she and former president, bush, celebrating low key today. new details about a investigation into a possible interference of a uk audit. interference of a uk audit. >> and then live ♪ if you grow up here, you really can be anything.
statement he is set to deliver to congress and what can you expect from this morning's highly anticipated hearing. incredible opportunity. durant for three. and it's good. kevin durant from downtown golden state takes the lead. >> hope they could hear us from here. one more win. fans went crazy across the bay area and what the stars are saying about game four. rain in june? you bet. a storm is moving in that could mess up your commute. we are tracking it hour-by-hour. >> and then took my brain a little too long to process. i thought you meant the people were screaming outside -- >> no, this one. >> if he's hoarse today, you know why. >> my son got home from working the a's game and it got a little embarrassing for my wife. let's talk about the wet
weather, shall we? let's go ahead and move on. you can see on interstate 80 from san francisco up to possibly hercules and then out to walnut creek and highway 4 to about pittsburg, and down towards the san mateo bridge, you have scattered light showers. nothing measurable here in san francisco, and we have had a few light sprinkles. the 12-hour day planner, mid-50s to 60. we will stay in the 50s at the coast, and mid to upper 60s around the bay. scattered showers by noon, and by 4:00, the events isolated to over. taking a look at the roads this morning i did see a few drops a few minutes ago at the bay bridge toll plaza, and it's possible you might have to flip the wipers on a couple times this morning. and then the metering lights on as of 5:23, and nothing out of the ordinary but starting to get a little more congested.
a quick check of drive times, tracy to dublin, up to 52 minutes in the red and still have the stall blocking the left lane westbound 205 right at the interchan interchange, so that's a bad spot. and antioch to concord, 18 minutes, and san rafael to san francisco, in the green in 17 minutes. in just 90 minutes former fbi director james comey will testify to congress about his conversations with trump in the weeks before the president fired weeks before the president fired him. >> >> reporter: people are geared up about this testimony, and having heard the written testimony, what comey has prepared in advance, and there's already a differentering opinion, the members of the administration are crowing with victory and vindication but
critics of the president say this is cause for concern and it shows contradictions. >> in seven pages of detailed accounting james comey outlined the loyalty pledge president trump was demanding. he said i didn't move, speak or change my facial expression in any way during the awkward silence that followed. we simply looked at each other in violence. the president tried again after the meal and then said i need loyalty, and i replied you will always get honesty from me, and he paused and said, that's what i want, honest phroeohonest loy paused and said you will get that from me. >> he confirmed out of the box this question of the president asking for loyalty, and he made it clear that the president was enquiring about flynn, and that alone really almost rises to a
watergate-like level of interference. >> as the senate gets ready to question comey in public, the prepared testimony is being lobbed as a political football combed over for insight into whether comey was fired over what should be an independent fbi, and the president feels completely and total lly vindicat vindicated. >> reporter: reggie and natasha, if you are wondering what president trump is going to be doing during this testimony when all eyes and ears are hear in the nation's capital, officially the white house says he is simply too busy to be tuned in but we know from some republicans they are concerned the president may choose to tweet during the testimony.
>> we'll be watching. a question for you, did we learn anything about why comey kept such detailed notes about his meetings with president trump? >> reporter: that's a very interesting point, natasha, because we know over the course of the nine meetings that he had privately with the president and president-elect trump that he kept those reports unlike with president obama. he didn't do that for him and it was important because after the first meeting comey said uncomfortable and there were reasons he wanted to create a paper trail. and a seat on the intelligence committee, she will be last to ask questions this morning. watch this. >> are you willing or are you not willing to give him the authority to be fully independent of your ability
statutory and legally to fire him. >> yes or no, sir? >> would the senator suspend -- the chair will exercise its right to allow its witnesses -- >> it went on longer than that. harrison and the democrats were admonished for not letting witnesses finish their sentences and in the end she didn't get an answer. >> many people will get up early to watch comey's testimony live before the senate intelligence committee. and a few san francisco bars are also getting in on the action, and clooney's public on valencia street in the mission district, and ace's bar on sutter staet, and geno & carlo sports bar will all be opening early to show the hearing.
george stephanopoulos will anchor the coverage starting at 7:00 a.m., and download the free abc7 news app and you can watch it on your phone. the city planning commission will take a look at closing the southern most portion, and abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live along the great high school with the reason behind the proposal. >> reporter: imagine not being able to drive through here. that's the proposal on the table in order to deal with erosion and rising sea levels. this could spell trouble, though, for commuters that come in from the peninsula and use this road to get to san francisco. that's why in the past the focus has been on saving the road, but now that thinking has shifted. officials say the erosion is threatening the lake merced tunnel from keeping sewage from go into the ocean, and now they are moving the bathroom and the parking lot further inland to
create more beach space and looking at shutting down the highways between sloat and great highway. live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> amy, thank you. dub nation. this could be it! >> the warriors are one win away from not only winning another championship but doing something no team has ever done, sweep the playoffs. >> cleveland had a seven-point lead in the fourth, but golden state stays per. >> the warriors trail the cavs by four points in the final two minutes last night, and kevin durant took over making a huge three-pointer with 45 seconds to go leading the way to a victory. >> this is a crazy game. anything can happen, so i don't want to relax or feel like it's
over. it's not. you know, i'm just trying to enjoy this moment and trying not to look in the future or in the past, just try to stay in the present and enjoy this moment, and for what its worth, keep pushing. >> the warriors are a perfect 15-0 in the playoffs, and no team has ever come back from a 3-0 series deficit in nba history. jumping for joy, and that is dub nation outside city hall when they powered their way to victory. the action larger than life on the jumbotron there and the excitement was certainly infectious. >> they come back. they are a strong team. i love them. they are superstars. >> let's go warriors! here we go, baby, another championship under our belt, another ring for us.
>> the city has not said if it will hold a watch party for game four on friday. >> 15,000 dubs fans packed oracle arena for a watch party last night, and the crowd was as loud as they are for home games and fans said they are sure the team belt their energy, and a portion of the proceeds will go to charity, and friday night's watch party is sold out. espn and abc's coverage of game four of the nba finals starts tomorrow at 5:30 news, and you can join larry beil and mike shumann live at 5:00 a.m. >> i am going to say it. raining today in some parts of the bay area.
>> just showing yellows that moved out of the bay point, and the last radar scan dissipated as they head off to the northeast. so watch out for sprinkles down towards the bay bridge toll plaza. right now sfo completely dry. a few sprinkles but nothing measurable yet. we won't say completely dry, and cloud cover, though, it's out there, and that means we will have flight arrival delays and i have flight arrival delays and i will keep an eye on it at mike tphaebg mikenikko @abc7. wet this morning and dry this afternoon, and grab an umbrella if you will take mass transit this morning. the warmer weather, here it is. upper 50s to lower 60s for most of the east bay, and hayward the exception, 53 degrees, the warm spot. we have 60s throughout the east bay valleys from fremont
southward to san jose, and albany, 56. and 54 in santa rosa. 55 in pacifica. temperatures today mainly mid to upper 60s except for in the east bay valleys and south bay, low to mid-70s there. lows tonight with the clouds opening up, cooler, 50 to 56 degrees. we have a storm impact scale on today's storm because it could create up to quarter an inch of rain from the rain and scattered showers, so an hour-by-hour look at that and how much rain to expect in your neighborhood coming up. here's alexis. >> handling the rain okay, and if you are in the south bay you won't be dealing with it, and here's 101 and 880. still light at this point. further south on north bay 101, i am starting to see congestion. and i do have live doppler 7 on top of the traffic maps and you can see it's quite dry for the south bay and much of the peninsula as well if you are going to be traveling around san francisco, up into the north
bay, parts of the east bay as well, vallejo, you can see the orange and the yellow around sacramento, and that part definitely expect soggier driving conditions. also b.a.r.t.'s closure this weekend, coming up with that in less than ten. body cam video puts you in the perspective of oakland firefighters as they knock down a house fire. a house fire. and
5:46. the arraignment for the man police say is responsible for the deaths in the ghost ship. he faces 36 charges of involuntary manslaughter for the december fire. this is video you will only see here on abc7 news in a courtroom on monday after his arrest and he's now at the alameda jail in dublin. he and his partner were intentionally deceptive about what was going on inside the warehouse before the fire. authorities arrested harris in los angeles on monday and he organized the concert that took place the night of the fire. take a look at this video.
it literally takes you literally inside a firefight in oakland. it was taken by firefighters when they were inside a home battling a fire yesterday near 59th street and martin luther king jr. way. thankfully nobody was hurt and the cause of the fire is still under investigation. the university of california could end up spending more than $200,000 to look into an independent investigation into a recent state audit. according to the mer"mercury ne" the audit accuses napolitano of hiding millions in a secret fund. and tampering with a survey sent to campuses. they are trying to determine if there was interference and if so who was behind it. >> school officials are hoping they increased their
rate for the fourth year in a row. it went from 59% in 2012 to nearly 66% last year. >> it has been the hard work and consistent effort of the total community. >> i am not going to be another statistic because i come from low income or because i don't go to a private school. >> oakland's new superintendent plans to continue programs heralded for boosting graduation rates, and that's a program where they could start earning college credits. welcome back, alexis. she's back. in about a minute and a half from now you will get to see her. this is tkpwr this is tkpwrafen steen way. driving, as alexis would say, slow down a little bit.
most of us would say that, but nobody does it, that's the problem. you can see drops in san rafael, and 101 damp as we look southbound. we had a shower or two roll through here but nothing measurable yet, and doesn't take much to make things slick especially after a long period of dry weather. and rain chances on saturday, and then one of the better radar returns there on bailey road heading away from clayton and concord, and highway 4 to be dicey this morning trying to get around the northern parts of contra casta county. you can see san ramon into hayward skprbg that hayward, and that's the leading edge of lighter showers. and yellow is developing but they are falling apart by the time they get onshore, and by 6:00 no morrie kwroeyellows, jus
green. and then as we head towards noon you can see it's starting to already break up, and as we head towards 4:00, wow, what a quick dissipation just a random shower here and there. as we head towards the end of the commute at 7:00, it's just about over. may even see sunshine before the sun sets at 8:30. we are going to get about no rain in the south bay to a couple of 100s around the bay to a quarter of an inch in places like santa rosa. 50s, 60s and 70s through sunday. that's below average, and back to average on monday and warmer than average on tuesday and wednesday. here she is. >> overall, you don't have too much to be mad at me for, a pretty quiet morning. we are certainly filling in in all the usual places. outside the bay bridge toll plaza, and we have had sprinkles dry here at the moment but we had drops on your windshield a little while ago. the big project for b.a.r.t.
over the weekend, all day saturday and sunday, and that means there will be no train service between fruitvale and west oakland stations and lake merritt station will be closed as well and a free bus bridge will be provided and that could add 40 minutes to your trip so plan ahead. and then we will talk about the north bay coming up before 6:00. and why customers of jessica alba's honest company could be getting refunds. two people broke into a two people broke into a compan
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so keep an umbrella handy and drive safely, and track the storm anytime on the abc7 news app. download it now. welcome back. a high-tech heist came to a quick end thanks to a twist of irony and two criminals that maybe were not thinking it all the way through. a man and woman broke into a company last tuesday and made off with $30,000 worth of equipment, and it's a tracking company and they stole tracking devices. >> we put an application on his phone and he on the fellow officers could track live in their patrol car where these two individuals were driving. >> the suspects drove to san jose and then watched them drive to a storage unit in union city where there were other stolen goods and then to alameda where they were arrested. while the suspects were inside of the store, they left evidence
where. one tkradrank a beer in the bre room and left his fingerprints everywhere. gilbert international symbol of gay pride. admission is free tonight and a gay men's chorus will be performing. over my right shoulder you can see the showers out there this morning, and i know there's lot of graduations and it's about the timing, redwood high school in redwood city, isolated showers possible by 3:00, and then temperatures in the 70s and then mid-60s and dry. south bay, no chance of wet weather. clou richmond, you are graduating
this evening and that will be drier, cooler and breezy with temperatures in the low 60s. congratulations, everybody. here's alexis. taking a look at the roads here this morning, live doppler 7 on top of the traffic maps, we have areas of rain as mike and i have been telling you all morning. up to the north bay, we have had some of the soggiest areas there. there. and approaching area, we have not gotten word on lane closures yet but it's the northbound side, and hopefully we won't see much of a delay. the richmond side of the richmond side of the sbridge. one issue has popped up in fremont and we will check on that coming up at 6:00. and then people wondering
when they can ride the smart train will have to wait. >> the government has to complete an audit that starts on monday and that will take two weeks and then smart can begin preview rides and washington has to sign off on the train control system for the official service to start, and it will run from santa rosa to san rafael. cheated out of pay. the investigation just launched at sfo. a major health scare at an east bay school and why a dozen kids are being tested for hiv and hepatitis. and hepatitis. we will
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glory. a live look at capitol hill. an hour to go before the fired fbi director takes questions from congress. all eyes on the feud between james comey and the president. how some bay area bars are preparing for the much-anticipated testimony. first, wiper weather for the morning commute. check out the mount tam cam, and breeziness there at 600 feet. that rain falling in the north bay for several hours. 0.015 in san rafael. from danville they are becoming more individual cells, not steady rain and that will be the we he couple of hours. you can see the sunshine on the east bay hills. temperatures are running in the mid-50s this morning, and we will be in the mid-60s to mid-70s