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today is saturday, august 19th. good morning an thanks for joining us. leets start with a first look at the forecast. here's lisa tracking the conditions where you live. hi, lisa. >> good morning to you. this is live doppler 7. it shows the fog not only in the east bay, but in north bay where visibility is about three miles. santa rosa, petaluma, livermore, you have the fog, but we have sunshine in san jose. sfo, 55-delays. later today, 70, partial clearing. we're in the 60s where we have the sun in san jose. 58 on the coast and check out emoryville. gray out there with 56, santa rosa, low 60s 24 concordy you have sunshine and look at the flag blowing here.
from our roof camera. so today, we are looking at numbers in the 50s and 60s throughout the next hour and by noontime, mid-70s inland. still about at the shoreline and 90 towards brentwood. mid-60s at the coast with mostly cloudy skies the there. we'll talk about numbers comein down over the weekend. your eclipse forecast and a look at the week ahead in just a few minutes. >> thank you. developing news in flori one officer is dead and a sergeant in grave condition and this morning, the police chief says there isn't much hope that the sergeant will survive. police say 45-year-old everett glenn miller is charged with with first degree murder. the officers were responding to a call and according to authorities, it seem ed as thouh they were surprised. gentlemen nay norman has the latest. >> overnight, gunfire and bloodshed in central florida. >> regional police alert. >> police arriving at the scene to find two of their own wounded on the ground. officer matthew baxter, a three-year veteran, was shot
dead and another officer, sam howard, gravely injured, now fighting for his life in the hospital. >> we heard shots. >> heard shots. >> after that, just seen the cops just rush over here! the two officers were on the scene veinvestigating a call fo suspicious persons at 927 p.m. last night. just five minutes later, the first call to 911 was made. three summits now in di. a fourth is still on the run. >> were they ambushed? >> it's probably too early, but it's leading that way. >> police across the country, in jackson skril, florida, one officer shot in the hand and another in the stomach. now in critical condition after respond tog a shooting and in western pennsylvania, two state troopers are expected to survive after being shot late friday. >> we're here to protect and serve and you know, this is getting tough. >> is slain officer leaves behind a family.
that tragedy receiving an outpouring of condolences including president trump sending a late night tweet saying my thoughts and prayers are with the ki!police. we love you. >> a school in the east bay is showing their support for a teacher who lost her husband. cornell bernard was at 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 tremendously 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 settled 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 sending this message. >> we love you, we miss you, can't wait to see you. >> as the school mourns, friends and family are traveling to barcelona to comfort heidi nunez tucker. >> video shows tourists 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 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 planned 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 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 pace 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 with 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 a felony 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 investigators said he attacked with a stick during a march 4th rally. chapman said the charges are an attempt stop them from speaking at a rally in boston. he posted on social media to the 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. can 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 interviews with the suspect and video will help them determine a motive. katie utehs spoke with the oakland firefighters union, which says the shooting was unprovoked. >> 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 chp and his family to oakland
el of the chimes. they performed cpr on the 30-year-old after he had been shot. the group attending an event 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 ad unro1: i00n 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 outcome. >> 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 blocked 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 group 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 sexual assault. turning to weather now and the bay area forecast and lisa, you've been seeing a lot of fog.
>> a live look outside now where it's 62 in livermore and san ramon is at 60. inland, a great looking amp, but the fog as it peels back, it's going to take time and keep those teps from getting too warm for most of us. we'll talk about the particulars, a look at the eclipse and a look at a week that doesn't look very, very hot. i'll explain coming up. >> thank you. also ahead, a shark attacked in santa cruz. where authorities found missing what fr this great white after it already washed ashore. plus, a fire interrupts an east bay wedding, but can't put out the
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a raging two alarm fire winery interrupted a couple's wedding celebration. you're looking at viewer video. you can see smoke billow frg main building there. these pictures were posted of the bride and groom who had to race out of reception. the cake was also saved. no one was hurt and the party went on at the nearby casa bella events center. crews are making progress on a stubborn fire burning on the southwestern perimeter of yosemite national park. it's fwroeing slowly, but after sx day, it's still only 10%
contained. crews are using air an ground resources to protect the community and the mare poe sa grove of xwhigiant se quoi area. people who are sensitive to smoke with being told to stay in or leave the area during periods of heavy smoke. voluntary evacuation is still in place. 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 at a beach in live oak with severe cuts to its head possibly from a boat propeller, but before officials could it to the lab for identification, someone cut off the fin and removed the animal's teeth. >> it's a dead animal, leave it alone. if anything, leave it to science. >> fins can fetch up to thousands of dollars on the black market. a neck ropsy is scheduled for next week. 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 travel. 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 eclipse 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 kiss, we scream and this is big awe like lay you back, mouth gaping open, stammering awe. >> 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. >> dan ashley, abc 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. with david muir. time is 8:19. 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 nathan's hot dog eating contest and beat stoney at a taco eating contest last year, but stoney holds the world record. 103 tacos in eight minutes. begins at 11:00 this morning. eats contest starts at 2:00 this afternoon. good saturday morning to you. you're waking up to widespread low clouds and fog except for the east bay and san jose. you can see all over the bay area, live doppler seven looking at the footprint of the fog, which will clear, this is going to give way to mostly sunny conditions with the clouds lingering at the coast. here's mt. theam. mid-60s still in mountain view. these temperatures haven't changed much. 63 in san jose. 58 in half moon bay. 59 in the city. it's been so gray in san francisco today. another gray day for most of the
day. afternoon, partly cloudy skies and from our east bay hills camera, you can see on the edge here, a few folks in our inland valleys. 56, santa rosa, 61, novato. 30 miles an hour. now at b about to miles an hour, perhaps maybe a 90 degree reading out that way, but overall, temperatures just around average. low 60s now in liver mother. so with a little clearing today, we'll make it to the low 70s in santa cruz, but you can see the fog here down to san luis this morning. we're looking at the dense fog in some spots. mist and drizzle that's beginning to lift. mild to warm days on the weekend and we're looking at partly cloudy cooler conditions overall as we get through most of next week, but there will be subtle changes. here's your hour by hour forecast as you notice the fog trying to pull back temporarily, but if from stinson, sonoma county down peskadera,
temperatures still just in the low to mid-60s in stinson to half moon bay to ocean beach. if you get sun, pretty lucky here because most of the clearing happens around santa cruz. let's talk about the eclipse. couple of days away. 9:01 it begins on monday. maximum eclipse at 10:15 then ends at 11:37, so how is the weather going to be? we're going to have a good view here if we get the clearing, totality from porltland slice ing across the country to south carolina. in the bay area, 75% of the sun will be covered by the moon. so, here is the early outlook for the cloud cover on monday morning, you'll notice we have the clouds, there's going to be a system off the coast that could work in our favor to pull the fog back, but it's going to be really close here along the shoreline. a better bet head inland if you live around the coast, especially southern marin, looks ify there.
highs today, 68, san francisco. 77 in palo alto and numbers inland will be comfortable and on the warm side, so we'll look for the accuweather app if you download to really show the trends of the slightly cooler weather now right on through the early part of the week, but really no big changes into sunday. and in fact, by monday, temperatures coming down just a few degrees. >> glad to see we'll get the sun this afternoon. just ahead, this isn't who a southern california family expected to see when they called police about a break in and a reminder, american idol rueturn soon to abc. the american idol bus will be in jack london scare giving you a chance to be a star. you don't have to wait. you can audition online right now.
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this is from walnut creek this morning where you are looking at the fog in the distance, but you have the sun. it's 59 in san francisco. 85 half moon bay with low to mid-60s with sunshine for you in san jose. even though this is 101, not the prettiest of p picture, it's sunny there and temperatures are in the mid-50s in santa rosa with a gray sky. concord is at 63 and low 60s in novato, so for mt. tam above the marine layer, yes, we'll have the sunshine here, but it's going work its way to the shoreline with 60s and 70s by noontime. 60s will stay at the coast with limited sun near 90 by the delta and we're looking at nice evening and the changes, they're going to be suting for the week ahead, but we'll have them for eclipse monday. >> thank you. developing news this morning. duke university is the latest institution to remove a confederate symbol. the university president says a statue of robert e. lee was taken down from the university's chapel today.
but it will be preserved for students to study the university's past. the statue was vandalized several days ago. in an e-mail sent to the duke community, the president says he decideded to remove the statue quote, to protect duke chapel, to ensure the vital safety of students and community members who worship there and above all, to express the dope aeep values the university. thousands of people are rallies. right wing activists are hosting a free speech rally while counterprotesters are taking a stand against racism and white supremacy. here's a live look at the scene. there's a heavy police perez innocenens in the city. organizers of the free speech rally said on facebook they're not affiliated with alt-right or white supremacist groups. organizers told the boston globe they expect up to 30,000 people to join their march.
the mayor of charlottesville wans the legislature emergency session to take down confederate monomomts. earlier, he voted against taking down the statue, but has since change d his mind after last weekend'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 you who put on that uniform every single day to keep our community safe, we cannot say thank you enough to you. >> the governor has signed an executive order to prohibit demonstrations at the robert e. lee statue until new emergency regulations have been approved. time now is is 8:32. steve bannon, president trump's powerful chief strategist is out. this morning, he's already back on the job at breitbart, the influential rig wing news site. the white house says it was a
mutual decision. >> after his abrupt ouster as the president's chief strategist, steve bannon wasted no time getting back to being a pop list fire brand. i feel jacked up, he told "the weekly standard." i've got my hands back on my weapons. someone said the it's bannon the barbarian. i'm going to crush the opposition. at breitbart, he chaired the inky editorial meeting, threatening o take on a roll that during a rare public appearance, he once urged on conservative activists. >> hold us accountable. for what we promised, for delivering on what we promised. >> bannon is making it clear that for now, he'll take aim at what he calls white house democrats and republican moderates in congress. forces that have sought to slow down trump's agenda. >> rusted out factories, scattered like tombstones across
the landscape. of our nation. >> looking back at the president's dark inaugural address, which he helped to write -- >> this american carnage stops right here and stops right now. >> bannon said the trump presidency we fought for and won is over. we still have a huge movement and we will make something of this trump presidency but that presidency is over. certainly, many of the president's men are gone. this photo shows the original team gathered around the resolute desk during trump's first phone call with putin. only one of them still works for the white house. vice president mike pence. david wright, abc news, washington. this morning, president trump tweeted, i want to thank steve bannon for his service. he came to the campaign during my run against crooked hillary clinton. it was great.
thanks, s. the top democrat in congress wants to see president trump fire more of his top staff following the departure of steve bannon. nancy pelosi said bannon's resignation is quote welcome news. the san francisco congresswoman also said that bannon's quitting quote doesn't disguise where president trump himself stands with white supremacists. pelosi's statement also followed the president's remarks about last weekend's violence in virginia. 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 lufgren introduced a resolution asking that the president be examined by medical and psychiatric professionals. jackie spear on tuesday tweeted it was time to envolk the 25th amendment. in the history of america, it has never been used. former governor arnold schwarzenegger is denouncing president trump's claim that the
bigotry and violence in charlottesville was on quote many sides. >> the two sides to hatred, if you choose to march with the flag to symbolizes the slaughter of millions of people, there are not two sides to that. >> in this video, schwarzenegger says the president has a moral responsibility to stop racism. the former governor also backed up the counterprotesters at the charlottesville rally. he says the only way to beat loud voices of hate is to meet them with louder voices of reason. time now is 8:36. two murder suspects who were found in the bay area are back in chicago this morning. chicago police are questioning former northwestern university professor wyndham lay tham and andrew warren. they're accused of stabbing a mab to death in a chicago high-rise last month. the suspects surrendered to police two weeks ago. u.s. marshals caught lathem in oakland. warren in san francisco.
an era ended for nasa yesterday when the space agency launched its last tracking and 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. one could get rich quick tonight. more than half a billion dollars are in the next power ball jackpot. no one matched all six numbers in the drawing, making it 19th straight drawing without a grand prize winner. estimated at 535 million, it would be the eighth largest in history and fifth largest in power ball history. the winning numbers will be b pulled tonight at 8:00 p.m. still ahead, the rush to o see the eclipse has caused a rush on camping gear and some
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downtown oakland near 12th street. today, there's a turf f dance battle. local artists will sell jewelry, paintings and much more. you can also help create a large mural at the festival. it runs today and tomorrow from noon to 6:00 p.m. lisa joining us now with a preview of that forecast. >> it's not gray everywhere. here's a look at walnut creek. you can see the fog on the hill. so that's kind of an interesting picture. it's 58 in danville. 62 in livermore. going to be cooler here today than yesterday. you reached the low 90s. how about mid-80s today. we'll talk about that trend and why it's going to get cool with the look ahead with my accuweather forecast next. >> thank you. also next, the giants cruise past the phillies with a strong past the phillies with a strong performance by matt moore. ♪ ♪ award winning interface. award winning design. award winning engine. the volvo xc90.
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welcome back. time is 8:44. here's a live look outside. you can see here, the trans america pyramid partial lly covered with fog on this saturday morning. we'll check in with lisa to get the full forecast coming up. in sport, 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 zack ef there 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. altuve, 19th of the year. dallas, 2015 cy young winner, seven scoreless. comebacker. he's now 11-2. matt joyce homered in this game. made a nice catch there. 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. 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. 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 . it's kind of beginning to feel like football weather. we have plenty of summer to enjoy though. as we get into september and october, it has been a cool august and yes, this is not mt. tam. it's our east bay hills camera. the low cloud deck has expanned to about 2,000 feet and as a result, morning temperatures are cool and we are looking at not only numbers in the 50s, but where we have sunshine, the numbers are climbing into the 60s. not a bad morning, but when are we going to see the sun? pretty much everywhere excement in our immediate shoreline, so 61 in novato. cool up in the north bay. 56 in santa rosa with 62 in livermore. so, we are looking at that steady onshore flow. which will allow for those winds
to kick up to over 20 miles an hour at times, so we got that going for us. with visibility in livermore, it's some dense fog as head along coast, but where isn't the fog? all the way down the coast into southern california. so, it's one of those patterns where we have a system to the north of in response of that. we're getting the generous low cloud deck. here's santa cruz, where we will see some afternoon sun. partly cloudy there. so with some mist and drizzle on coast, you needed your wipers from time to time. build to warm days this weekend and of course, that's inland. you'll see the changes mainly inland. not much at the shoreline or around the bay. and looking at partly cloudy conditions for the solar eclipse with the cooler day. so here's tomorrow. and now notice we'll have perhaps a little bit of that orange, some warmth heading towards our east bay and that could allow for temperatures to come up to the upper 80s, but overall, the pattern will be to come down a few more degrees
into monday for mid-80s. this is really below average and then as we get into tuesday, looks like numbers aren't changing really all that much. so, we're going to still see the fog and low clouds from our coast and the temperatures pretty average. 89 in morgan hill. you'll have the breeze. 76 in men low park. 77 in redwood city and fog encroaching here on the peninsu peninsula, so you'll notice the gray skies. 64 in north bay. it's nice. could be really hot this time of year. 83 santa rosa and on the east bay, look for the uper 70s for you in fremont, 76. we'll have 76 in san ramon, so looks like a pretty nice afternoon for our inland valleys. tonight, the fog is back. a nice, cool evening with 50s
and 60s and we'll be looking at not only temperaturesen the cool side for the at&t game, but it will be breezy as well for the giants. so keep that in mind if you're headed that way. download our a p pp and boy, it's been a quiet august. this will continue with with temperatures really just fluctuating inland coming down mostly throughout the weekend. >> just get through the gloomy start today then the sun will breakthrough. thank you. the bay area will see a partial solar eclipse monday, but a ten hour drive north of here, parts of oregon, will eck appearan experience the total eclipse. 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 experiencing the eclipse. share your photos and videos with us on social media. time is 8:53 and coming up, the it's clear the shell ters d.
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welcome back. here are the winning numbers from last night's drawing. 1, 31, 34, 40, 75. the meganumber, 6. nobody picked all six, so tuesday night's jackpot goes up to $25 million. happening today, animal shelters are waiving adoption fees in honor of international homeless animals day, the aspca says about 6.5 million animals are dropp eped off each year an they need a forever home. a number of groups in the bay area are hoping to clear their shelters today. san francisco, east bay spca and marin humane society are waiving adoption fees. let's get a final weather check with lisa.
>> need to get out there and walk my dog today. should be nice out there with plenty of sunshine away from the coastline. 82 later on. 90 in livermore. a lot of gray now, but the seven-day forecast shows teps warming to just where we have been. upper 70s around the bay. 90 inland. slight cooling for monday and a little recovery and the changes you feel will be b mostly inland with really the status quo around the coast. >> so for now, bring the jacket outside if you're doing morning activities and especially later in evening, too. >>? thank you. thanks to you for joining us on abc 7 mornings. the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and instagram. abc 7 news continues at 5:00 p.m. until then, make it a great day, everybody.
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