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today is saturday, august 19th. good morning and thanks so much for joining us. let's start with a first look at the forecast. here's lisa ar. >> good morning to you. boy, the fog is ramped up overnight. not only is it about 2,000 feet deep, but you can see it, it's into livermore with five-mile visibility. just about everywhere but san jose and with it, we have mist and drizzle along the coast. we are looking at the stubborn strata to linger longer today. temperatures in the low 60s from fremont to hayward. 64 for mountain view and we'll look for the temperatures to be b comfortable inland, but it will take a while for us to get to the clearing. 10:00, sunny and noontime
temperatures around 80. a warm day to hot inland. low 90s there. upper 70s around bay looking at a nice rest of the weekend. stay with us. we'll have a look at the seven-day, which including your eclipse forecast. developing news this morning after a violent night against law enforcement. six police officers were shot in three different cities. two of the shootings were in florida. a third in pennsylvania. one officer is dead and another is gravely wounded. just outside of orlando. the police chief says they were attacked while check on a common drug area. three suspects are in custody and the search is on for a fourth. 140 miles away in jacksonville, florida, two more officers were shot. one in critical condition. the other stable. police shot and killed the suspect. in fairchance, pennsylvania, two state troopers are expected to be okay.
police say the tupt is dead. they have not said if the shootings are connected. time approaching 5:02. a school in the east bay is showing their support for a teacher who lost her husband in barcelo barcelona. jared tucker died in the attack while the couple was on vacation to celebrate their an versesy. cornell bernard attended a prayer service last night. >> songs and prayers at the christian school for sixth grade teacher, heidi nunez tucker. this school family got the terrible news heidi's husband, jared was killed during the attack. >> we love heidi. we care tremendous ly for her, her family. >> this is hitting our whole family here. >> they had within married just one year. parent bridgette collins said heidi was very happy.
>> i got to hear the story, meeting the love of her life, it's just shocking. >> the tuckers were in barcelona, the final stop of dream european vacation. heidi told by phone, an afternoon stroll turned upside down. >> there was screaming and yelling and sirens and crying. >> i'm not angry so much as i just don't understand it. my wife's in shock. a lot of hurt. >> dan tucker says h his son grew up in walnut creek. he managed the family swimming school resurfacing business and settle d in lafayette and has three teenage daughters and a stepson. >> she would always say how good her boyfriend was and how they were getting married an the beach they were going to and stuff. the it was sad. >> former students are praying for their teacher and send iing this message. >> we love you, we miss you, can'twait to see you. >> as the school mourns, friends
and family are traveling to barcelona to comfort heidi nunez tucker. >> video shows tourists ouristst scattering at the van chashlg at pedestrians on thursday. it was one of three attacks that killed a total of 14 people. more than is 00 were injured p for more than 30 countries. four suspects have been arrested. five other suspects who could be linked to those attacks died in a shootout with police. protesters packed the streets yesterday. video shows one man getting p punched in the face, his nose dripping with blood. tensions between the far right activists that police are riot gear had to separate the groups as the violence escalated. here at home, religious leaders in san francisco are denouncing the charlottesville tragedy. they gathered for a special
victory just one week before the plann ened riot. we have more on their stance against white supremacy groups. >> they came from all walks of life to denounce racism and bigotry. >> this is one of the great blessings of san francisco. it is a beautiful diversity of people. >> this group also came to precising and celebrate the multicultural mission neighborhood, but their message was one of inclusiveness and peace with no tolerance for ignorance. >> and all victims of discrimination and violence, we pray, hear us. >> the tragedy many charlottesville motivated their ga gathering and concerns about a right wing rally set for next weekend at chrissy field. >> i don't know that we can sort of sit by and watch what's going on on a national level and feel like we're safe in this small place in this time. we all need to be involved in
some way. >> good to see folks in the bay area who like are upset. and fired up and want to do something because i know people in other cities are having different experiences. >> ashley and ronald clark felt compelled to stand and walk other san franciscoans. our city has dealt with a lot of dimpt things, so we can deal with this. >> community members and clergy vow to stand together against violence and hatred. >> anybody can come to our city. we're here, this is our home. >> in san francisco, abc 7 news. berkeley's city manager will have the authority to ban weapons from the streets for one day only. abc 7 news was at city council as they passed the ordnance for a week from this sunday. that's when another rally for the riot and a counterprotest are planned. city leerds fear a repeat of the violent protests last spring. the mayor's office is working to
organize alternative events. a man considered a hero by the so-called alt-right faces years in prison for his at a berkeley protest. now, he's speaking out against prosecutors. kyle chapman faces weapons charge. on wednesday, the da said if convicted, he would see seven to eight years in prison because of previous felony robbery and grand theft convictions. he became known as base stick man after vest xwaters said he attacked with a stick during a march 4th rally. chapman said the charges are antitoemt stop them from speaking at a rally in boston. he posted on social immediamedie mee da county da, i'm ready to go to jail for this movement. i'm ready to do a lot more than that. expletive, your trumped up charges. i'm speaking in boston, catch me if you can, punk.
the da has not issued a response. police have busted an unlicensed senior care center in san francisco. abc 7 was on stanion street where officers found seven patients staying inside a single home. seven were in bad shape and had to go to the hospital. police took one in for questioning for possible elderly abuse. police arrested the man they say shot two off duty firefighters, killing one of them. oliver juino is in custody this morning. police are hoping sper views with the suspect and video will help them determine a motive. katie utehs spoke with the oakland firefighters union, which says the shooting was unproo volkeded. >> a somber scene as firefighters lined interstate 880 to pay tribute to one of their open. killed not while battling a fire. instead, shot to death while out with friends. jake walters' body was escorted by ch prp and his family to oakd
el of the chimes. they performed cpr on the 30-year-old after he had been shot. the group attending an ooent in san jose before the shooting. >> it was chaos. people were running after the second shot, just running around. >> a second firefighter was hit and is survived. he's being treated at valley medical center. >> nobody should get away with that. >> police say they have a shooter. they found him around 1:00 in the morning not far from the taylor street scene. >> we were able to locate him in the neighborhood nearby to the rear of a residence. >> 27-year-old oliver juino is facing murder and attempted murder charges. >> right now, we don't really have a motive. >> i've never heard of anything so violent happening here. it's just scary. >> apparent randomness of the attack all the more unsettling for the 30 other firefighters who graduated with walter. >> we don't really think about the hazards or the chance encounters you might have off duty that could also lead to a
similar outkm. >> police say there are no other outstanding suspects, extra resources are being brought in for firefighters in distress. in san jose, katie utehs, abc 7 news. a group trying to recall a judge is is taking action after a visiting judge blockeded its petition. according to our media partner, yesterday, the recall campaign moved to disqualify a retired orange county judge from deciding on the issue. the judge granted the request to block the growup from gathering signatures. the campaign needs more than 58,000 signatures by january to put his recall on the ballot next june. those against the recall say it threatens judicial independence. he first made headlines when he gave a stanford athlete what many considered to be a light sentence for squault. time is 5:10. lisa is here you are tracking the fog. >> there's a lot of fog and you know, august has been somewhat
of a cool month and this wae weekend, we're going to drop a few degrees in terms of our highs. a look outside, the camera te telling the story there. temperatures from 58 degrees to the low 60s. we have just about everywhere except san jose, so we'll talk about it in just a few minutes. >> see you soon. thank you. zblncht also ahead, a shark attacked in santa cruz. what authorities found missing from this great white after it had washed ashore. and a fire interrupts an east bay wedding, but ♪ ♪ isaac hou has mastered gravity defying moves to amaze his audience.
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destination interrupted a couple's wedding celebration. you're taken. al mee da county fire posted these pictures. you can see the groom save the cake. right there. no one was hurt. the party went on at the nearby casa bella event center. crews are making progress on a stubborn fire on the southern perimeter of yosemite national park. after six days, it's still only 10% contained. crews are using air and ground resources to protect the community and the grove of giant se quoi areas. people who are sensitive to smoke with being told to stay in or leave the area during period of heavy smoke. a voluntary evacuation is still in place. 5:14 is the time.
tom brady may have scored a life saving touchdown. he shared the story of one los angeles fan trying to find her perfect match on his facebook page. veronica miracle from our sister station has the story. >> every day, chrissy would tackle the biggest fight of her life the 35-year-old spends her kays cheering for the patriots and battling a bone marrow disorderer. >> i get tireded easily. stairs are a very big challenge. sometimes. it's the same disease confronts robin roberts in 20 st and like roberts, she must under go chemo and a bone marrow transplant, but as a half japanese american, to find a match, she's had to wait ten years. >> there's just not that many mixed race people on the reg str i. >> recently x her search became urgent. through a family friend and a plea on social media, her
message reached an unlikely h o hero. tom brady shared h her story on facebook. >> the fact he just took it out of, time out of his day to do a little post was so meaningful and it was really incredible. >> she says just one day after his post, the national bone marrow registry told her roughly 100 people of mixed ethnicities signed up. >> i was his number one west coast football fan, now, i'm his number one fan in life. >> thanks to medical advancement, her older brother now qualifies, but brady's post could help others of mixeded races find a match, too. authorities in santa cruz county are reviewing video in hopes of finding a person who cut off a white shark's dorsal fin. the shark washed ashore in live oak thursday night with severe
cuts its head, possibly in from a boat propeller. before before they could take it for identification, they removed its teeth. >> it's a dead animal, leave it alone. if anything, leave it to science. >> fins can fetch up to thousands of dollars. for most people who see the total solar eclipse on monday, it will be a rare experience. they happen about every 18 months and occur all ore the world, so people want to see more than one are in for some serious trouble. they're known as eclipse chasers and they include a san francisco couple following the sun for more than two decades. dan ashley has their story. >> most people on a first date say you want to go to the corner and have a beer, but he said let's go to chile and see a total eclips of the sun. okay, i called his bluff. >> but it was no bluff. clint and donald went to chile
and got the t-shirt to prove it. >> november 3rd, 1994. clint had seen one, but it was a first for donald, who is a renowned cancer specialist. plablg back then, he was working with hiv patients. >> i had been an aids doctor for 12 years. it was tough, but seeing that we call that nature's greatest spectacle. for me, recharges me and lifts my spirits so that i can continue to do what i do. >> they got married and have now been to 15 total eclipses together all over the world. with so many souvenirs they could start a museum. >> some places, there's a lot. some place, you have to really look. >> this is one of my favorite things we got because it's so bizarre. >> found this poster in japan. >> we have michael jackson as the radiant image of the eclipse. >> they've got plenty of photos, but when the spectacle is happening, they don't take
pictures. >> we laugh, we cry, we scream, we cry. this is like lay you back, stammering yao. >> clint is the planner. >> you first look at weather statistics. you want to be in the area where you're most likely to see it. >> i'm also a little edgey because i'm not sure it's really going to happen until i see it start. >> they've even seen them from airplanes. >> one was antarctica and one was the north pole and one was over the ferrell islands way up in the north atlantic. >> today's total solar eclipse is the first one they've been able to drive to. they went to oregon and brought their dog. he's named after the eclipse, but all the astronomical detail a champion's name requires. >> dock star, total solar eclipse 145. >> that's leo for short. dan ashley, abc 7 news. abc 7 news will have
extensive coverage of the great american eclipse including live local reports before special coverage beginning monday at 10:00 a.m. happening today, the bay area's top eating champions will compete in a taco eating contest. joey chestnut and matt stoney face off once again at the silicon valley taco festival. chestnut won this year's contest. stoney holds the world record, 103 tacos in eight minutes. the fest at st. james park begins at 11:00 this morning. eating contest xwins at 2:00 this afternoon. good saturday morning, everyone. here's live doppler seven. you can see a good imprint of our fog this morning. all the way up from sonoma down through monterey, across the bay and if you're not near the coast, take my word for it, we have mist and drizzle there as
well. so you know what that means, it's going to be a comfort bable day, but some of you playing touch and go a little bit with the fog. the closer you get to the shoreline. here's a look at temperatures. it's 59 in san francisco. 61 in oakland with 64 in mountain view. 62, san jose. and from the golden gate bridge, you won't need the wipers heading over the span. down along the coast around half moon bay, look iing at damp pavement there. 54 in napa. a strong delta push this morning. winds gusting to 30 miles an hour and that is another indicator that temperatures over our east bay hills aren't going to get too, too warm today. swrus co just comfortable. no delays yet. but they've been stacking up over the past couple of days at sfo. coastal fog with the mist and drizzle this morning, mild to warm days this weekend.
with our mike khocrows in full swing. cooler conditions for solar eclipse monday. the forecast animation pulls it back by 11:00. san matteo still looking at fog and partly sunny conditions there, so really, it will be cool. numbers typically in the 60s. ocean temperature kind of mild. here off the coast with more sun around san the ta cruz at 71 degrees. the partial solar eclipse beginning at 9:01. maximum as 10:15 and ends at 11:37. you've heard about it and of course, the bay area getting a good view. 75% of the sun will be covered here while up to the north, it's 100%. as yu figure out where to go around the bay area, inland always your best bet, especially if at the shoreline because our monday morning forecast, the fog and low clouds here along the north bay at 9:00, the beginning of the eclipse, just before the beginning and it begins to pull
back, but even by 11:30, you'll still have low clouds here. so best bet head across the bay. head south maybe. but we are looking at a good afternoon on monday. temperatures no big swings throughout the week ahead. we'll look in just a moment, but how about today. 68 in the city. 77 around around pal who alto. 83, santa rosa, 89 by the delta and highs today ranging from the 60s at the coast, upper 70s arn the bay. low 90s inland. you download our app and track the cooling trend, which gets underway this weekend. mainly, the fog and low clouds is what you'll notice that will be hanging out all summer long they've been at the coast and highs just in the 80s by the middle of the week. chris with just a bit of recovery by the end of the week, so really, we continue to see this typical august paterson earn we've had. just ahead, this isn't who a southern california family expected to see when they called
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good saturday morning to you. we're starting this half hour with a quick look at the weather. here's lisa track iing the conditions where you live. hi, lisa. >> good morning to you. we're looking at a lot of fog, even mist and drizzle along the shoreline. current temperatures look like this. numbers ranging from the 50s at the shoreline and we're see iin some 60s in our inland valleys, so, grab the jacket. temperatures going to hover around this temperature range the next few hours because you'll notice the fog, the north
bay, is pushing into the livermore valley, but by 11:00, it pulls back to the coast. this is where it's going to stay. by noon, in the 60s. mid-70s in san ramon, but notice the oranges and reds out east of antioch and livermore, we'll get a few of those warming up, but really a the temperature range throughout the day today with numbers near average. we'll talk about the rest of the weekend and the week ahead if just a few minutes. >> thank you. now to the new turmoil rock rocking the trump administration. one of the closest members of the president's inner circle is out. steve bannon has gone from the white house and back in charge of breitbart news. bannon left his job as white house chief strategist yesterday morning, one year after joining the trump campaign. the white house says it was a mutual decision. bannon says he can be more effective fighting for president trump's agenda from the outside. abc's senior white house correspondent has more.
>> president trump under fire for stoking racial tensions in the wake of charlottesville, forced out his most controversial adviser, steve bannon, a man who proud ly promoted right wing nationalism inside the white house and beyond. bannon, a key member of the president's inner circle, a con fi don't, right there with the trump ta family on election night. he left his job at breitbart news hoping to save a campaign in free fall. posing if for pictures in front of a white board that spelled out his priorities. >> if you think i'm giving your country back without a fight, you are sadly mistaken. every day, it is going to be a fight. >> he seemed to have so much power, time magazine calleded him the great manipulator. >> send in steve bannon and of course, snl portraying him as the real master mind in the oval
office. >> that's enough for tonight. can i have my desk back? >> yes, of course, mr. president. i'll go sit at my desk. it did not sit well with the president. who told "the wall street journal" in april, bannon was just quote a guy who works for me and just this week, the president making it clear he won the election on his own. >> mr. bannon came on ali late. i went through 17 senator, governors and i won all the primaries. mr. bannon came on very much later than that. >> in his rock can ki tenure, bannon made enemies throughout the west wing. some of those fights caught on camera. bannon battling with jared kushner and national security add virz, hr mcmaster. his allies in the right wing media quick to back him up. at the press con tuesday, the president signal led he was hanging by a thread. >> he's good man. he is not a racist. i can tell you that. we'll see what happens with mr. bannon. >> but the final straw seems to
be b an interview bannon gave the next day publicly undercutting the president's military threats of fire and fury against north korea, bannon saying quote, there's no military solution here, they got us. bannon's departure is just the latest shake up for a west wing in crisis. this picture of the president in the oval office with his top advisers was taken days after the inauguration. now, national security adviser michael flynn gone. press secretary sean spicer, gone. chief of staff, reince priebus, gone and finally, steve in an interview with the "weekly standard", bannon said he felt jacked up and free. he said the trump presidency that we fought for and won over. we still have a huge movement and we will make something of this trump presidency. but that presidency is over. another california lawmaker is bringing up the 25th
amendment, which allows for the removal of a president who is unable to do the job. now, nancy pelosi said bannon's resignation is quote, welcome news. the san francisco congresswoman also said that his quitting quote doesn't disguise where president trump stands with white supremacists. her statement also followed the president's remarks about last weekend's violence in virginia. now, another california lawmaker is bringing up the 25th amendment, which allows for the removal of a president who is unable or unfit to do the job. representative luf gren introduced a resolution asking that the president be examined be by medical and psychiatric professionals. jackie spear on tuesday tweeted it was time to envolk the 25th amendment. now, in the history of america, it has never been used. time is 5:34. across the country, police are gearing up for the possibility
of violence this weekend. you can see crews putting up barricades in boston. 20,000 counterprotesters may show up on boston common a freea rally will take place. in tennessee, two major demonstrations are planned in memphis. in virginia, wants the state legislature to hold emergency legislation so the city can take down confederate monuments. mike singer voted against the memorial of a robert e. lee statue, wu has changed his mind after last week's violence that killed a 32-year-old woman and two state troopers. one was laid to rest yesterday. the governor of virginia spoke at the funeral. >> for all who put on that uniform every single day to keep our community safe, we cannot say thank you enough to you. >> the governor signed an executive order to prohibit demonstrations at the robert e. lee statue until new emergency regulations have been approved.
a father and daughter were kicked off a passenger plane for what they say was a private conversation in which they criticized the airline for a several hour delay. now, the airline is responding. abc news reporter, david kerrly has the story. >> a nearly seven-hour frontier delay in orlando, then this. a father and daughter headed to visit a sick relative.ative. >> there is loathsome. absolutely loathsome. ordered to get off the aircraft all from a private conversation with his daughter calling it her worst flying experience. >> the stuard esz heard that i was saying these employees look like they're terrified. >> was it an overbearing flight attendant? frontier says no. the passengers were loud and rude adding in a statement, quote, the behaviors and comments exihibited by these
passengers were inappropriate. frontier says their account is backed up by other passengers and that the applause was for the removal of the pair from the craft. the pair was refunded the cost of their tickets. abc new, reagan national airport. a salt lake woman was rescued after nearly 12 hours. rescue teams responded after getting a call from her husband for help. they tried several different ways to get the 24-year-old woman out, but it was causing her too much pain. they finally poured a beggallon dish second base coach around her and were able to free her. she was taken to a trauma center, where she was in good condition. an era ended for nasa yesterday when the space agency launched its tracking and satellite communications satellite. >> we have lift off. >> an unmanned atlas 5 rocket
blasted off from canaveral in florida. it carried the 13th satellite in a critical network for nasa. those satellites linked controllers on the ground to the international space station and the hubbell space telescope. nasa began launching satellites in 1983. tomorrow will mark the 40th anniversary for nasa's twin voyager spacecraft. it has traveled 11 billion miles from earth. voyager one has gone further. 13 billion miles. they originally explored jupiter and saturn. each craft has a 12 inch gold plated copper record. their recorded messages from earth include bay toefen's fifth, a baby crying and greetings in several languages. they could last between one and three billion year, possibly outliving civilization as we know it. someone could get rich quick tonight. more than half a billion dollars
are in the next power ball jackpot. no one matched all six numbers, making it the 19th straight drawing without a winner, estimated $535 million. it would be the eighth largest jackpot in u.s. history and the fifth largest in power ball history. the winning numbers will be pulled at 8:00 p.m. still ahead, the watch to see the solar eclipse has caused a rush on camping gear and some stores are already sold out. but first, your time is 5:39. we're taking a live look outside from our emoryville camera. you can see the fog in the distance there. lisa will have your full forecast. in just a few minutes.
the annual burrling game on the avenue of summer festival kicks off today. there's live music, shopping and food from local vendors. artists will be b selling paintings, jewelry and books. it's free and runs today an tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. it's held in the historic area off el camino. any delays at sfo? >> not yet, but they tend to stack up towards 6:00, so we'll watch that for you. temperatures in the upper 50s to the coast with mid-60s and mown view and the fog is over 2,000 feet tall. so, you know it's not going to get too hot. i'll tell you about the temperatures in your neighborhood and a look at the extended outlook when we return. >> thank you. also ahead, the giants haven't
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welcome back. here's a live look outside. you can see the moon in the distance there if you look close enough. sunrise in san francisco in about 45 minutes. we'll get a check of the full forecast from lisa coming up m. many sports, ready for some football? it's only week two of the preseason, but the 49ers and raiders are home tonight. the broncos take on the niners at levi stadium. kickoff is at 7:00 and the raps face the raiders at the oakland coliseum. kickoff also at 7:00 p.m. also tonight, the giants will try to win their third straight over the phillies at at&t park. first pitch at 6:05 p.m. last night, the giants scored early and often to beat philadelphia. here's larry beale with the highlights in this morning's
sports. >> good morning, everybody. giants have to use the final six weeks to prepare for 2018 and part of that is what do you do with matt moore. e.r.a. over five, winless in six starts since the break. how about this guy here? fan for 60 years. finally at a home game. about time. bottom of the first. jarrod parker. opposite way. double on the line. hunter pence, he scores, 2-0, giants. second inning. pence. solo blast off of zackkkkkkkkk is lon. brandon crawford, his tenth of the year. starting to hit. made it 6-0. matt moore, seven an a third innings. beautiful. bull pen couldn't preserve the shutout. moore gets the win and giants roll to victory by a score of 10-2. a's and astros. that is the ultimate handlebar
mustache. got to take an hour to style that. trouble in the third. alex bregman. his 14th of the year. and it's 1-0. next batter. here it comes. there it goes again. josal tooualtuve, 19th of the y. dallas, 2015 cy young winner, seven scoreless. comebacker. he's now 11-2. matt joyce homered in this game. made a nice catch robin in the fourth and we show you this because of that. takes out the scoreboard. puny numbers in my way. 5-4. he went six. gave up four. former a josh reddick. fan favorite. rbi single and the astros post a 3-1 win. little league world series. north carolina and south dakota. chase anderson struck out four, then matthew struck out five. carson hardy comes on complete ing the seventh perfect game in
little league world series history. first combined perfecta. go north carolina wins it and makes history. 6-0. two nfl preseason games tonight in the bay area. 49ers hosting the broncos, raiders and rams. that the return of jared goff. the raider, just watched. he's going to get some snaps in this game. we expect the same for lynch. donald pen still holding out. kylie hurt, so is the second rounder. jack's philosophy, next man up. >> one's not here, his choice, got a couple others who haven't been able to join us yet and they're working and they're doing everything we're asking. they'll come back when they can. until then, we just move on. looking forward to playing at home this week. in front of our crowd. kind of excited about that opportunity to kick that off. >> yep. football is is back. enjoy, everybody. have a great weekend
. and you know what, it kind of feels like football weather out there. throughout part of the day and parts of the bay area. we're not going to get too hot in other words. there's a look at mt. tam and you notice that the sun is coming up later and later. unfortunately, some of the kids back at school and we are looking at temperatures not on the hot side. in fact, morning temperatures are in the 50s. it is typical out there. with numbers ranging from 59 in san francisco, 62 in san jose with 58 in half moon bay and other morning temperatures in the 50s with lots of low clouds and fog from santa rosa to napa. even in livermore this morning, you are look iing at a low clou deck, but we are look a @ low clouds an fog to clear throughout the bay area and when we do look at that, we'll have not only the cool temperatures, but the gray sky lingering at the coast. so, we will look for numbers all around the bay once again to be
sort of in the average range. so, nothing too hot. but we are getting a bit below average as we go swoot next week. our solar eclipse will usher in cooler air. so coastal dense morning. mild to warm numbers this weekend and partly cloudy skies. it looks like some of you may have to head away from the coast. maybe around southern marin county looking at some of that fog hanging on as well. let's look at your forecast tomorrow. where numbers will be out of the 90s. just a few 90s today, but these oranges begin to retreat, so that means teps coming down. we'll continue to see the 60s an 70s around bay and by monday, solar eclipse, we're look iing a cool pat b esh. in fact, temperatures below average for this time year. highs in the mid-80s and '60s'6 70s not a big change. by tuesday, slightly warmer, so we're looking at this pattern of
the numbers coming up, going down, just a little bit and the fluctuation takes us through the rest of the week. so august has not been a month of extremes and t"today," you'l notice numbers in the south bay. that's close to average. 88 in los gattos. some sun in san the ta cruise. on the pe nininsula, it's been nice. breezy this afternoon. mid and upper 70s from san matteo or you're spending the afternoon in palo alto. san francisco, 68. to the financial district, you have your sun in the north bay. just about 83 degrees today in santa rosa, not too hot and you head towards east bay, very pleasant day today. 76 in union city. castro valley, 77 and inland, just a couple of 90s, but you have to head out towards brentwood. 88, cob concord and pittsburgh. comfortable and if you're headed
into town for the game, 6:00 at&t park, mid-60s. breezy, bring the jacket. seven-day forecast, the low clouds and fog are live cameras really telling the pick as the especially teps cowell down bit. it takes time to get rid of the overcast today and the next several days and notice when we see a little recovery, it's not much. so this is the time of year that we just have a lot of fog around. in september, tends to be our warmest time in the city. >> thank you. the bay area will see a partial solar eclipse on monday, but a ten-hour drive north of here, parts of oregon will experience the total eclipse. as jonathan bloom explains, a nump stores that sell and rent camping gear can barely keep up with demand. >> the name of the store says it all. last minute gear, rents camping supplies on short notice. normally closed on wednesdays, but not this week. >> we are overwhelmed with
eclipsegoers. >> a festival has splung up around it. droves o people are headed there and they need gear. >> tents sleeping bag and pad. >> and up the street at sports basement, those are the items they can barely keep in stock. >> when you're out of two person tents, we have larger tents. >> reservations are pouring in. >> these are the ones that have yet to be filled. >> where you headed? >> up to oregon. check out the eclipse. >> they're headeded to the same place. coming from all over, include ing in one case, the other side of the world. >> joshua and anna maria liked it so much, they want to see it again. >> it's about kind of like unity. like the sun and moon are coming together. sxwl and so are their friends, a whole contingent coming from down under. >> two person tent. >> fiberglass pulls and it comes up at $80. >> oh, cool. >> they come from far and wide for good reason. >> this only happens once in a
lifetime or i guess in this case, maybe twice in a lifetime. >> and though many told us they're new to camping. >> it's an unusual activity for sure. this will be my seblg time. >> those who love the great outdoors say the eclipse is the perfect event to make a catcher out of anyone. >> they're just really into it. >> it may seem the whole world is heading to oregon. >> what will you be doing monday morning? >> i will be b working here. >> and we want to see how your eck appearancie i experiencing . share your photos and videos with us. next, thousands are expected to turn out for
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today is saturday, august 19th. good morning and thanks so much for joining us. let's start with a first look at the forecast. hi, lisa. >> good morning to you. hi, everyone. we have lots of fog out there. the it has grown taller since overnight and pushed over into our east bay valleys. you can see a little patch there by livermore. just about into concord, but not quite and visibility is about five miles. from the golden gate bridge, the deck is taller, but we have mist and drizzle out there, so you may need your wipers. 57 in gilroy and look at that shot. you know how the fog transported into our inland valleys with the southwest wind by the delta at 30 miles an hour. 60 in concord and livermore, so you have to go way out towards the delta. get to the 90s today. 60s this morning. 70s around the bay