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how you're going to be ready in an emergency. don't wait. communicate. it is saturday, june 9. good morning and thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris win. shear lisa argen, she is tracking the conditions where you live. >> and if you have been out, it is wet out there. mist and drizzle in many parts of the bay area. plenty of cloud cover right now. live doppler 7, you can see all over the bay area that marine layer as deepened, there is a system to the north of us bringing rain throughout humboldt county and cold conditions. another breezy to blustery day on the way. 5 to 11 degrees warmer though. the cloud deck will clear throughout the day. and temperatures, it will feel
like really springtime. 58 in vallejo, 61 novato, and by 9:00, the clouds already clearing from the north bay and by 2:00, we're in the 60s and 70s. it is sunny, but windy to breezy around the bay area. temperatures well below average. and we'll look at a bit of a warm-up for the second half of the weekend coming up in a few minutes. final seconds here of the 2018 nba season. there is the buzzer. there is a new dynasty. warriors champ i don't understand once again. >> a dub nation celebration with more celebrations ahead today and tuesday. dub nation is celebrating a third nba championship in four years after the warriors swept the cavaliers. it is the first back to back titles in franchise history and six overall. steph curry led the way with 37 point, bouncing back from a tough offensive night in game three. kevin durant was named finals mvp for the second year in a
row. everyone said this season was by far the most exhausting mentally and physically. so this championship means a lot more. >> just have to keep getting better. i have to prove to myself that i picked the right career as a kid. i think i got a lot more to go. so just trying to prove to myself that i can stay in it for the long haul, hopefully continue to have success and keep growing as a player. >> we've been through a lot this year, injuries and, you know, the 82 game kind of -- a coaster ride. and so nothing was easy about this ride. >> i think what happened is once we got through houston, our guys finally see finish line. for most of the season, they were looking at their watches and their calendars like when are we getting to the playoffs.
so the seven moentss of tmonths regular season were a grind, but playoffs came and we turned it up. >> this postseason cavs were the only team the warriors swept. even though the warriors won in cleveland, there were cheers for the dubs echoing through quicken loans arena. some players and families spoke. >> reporter: we were right there as steph curry try up fan fants triumphantly shared the trophy with the fans. and in the locker room, player, coaches, family and friends celebrated. 300 bottles of champagne costing over $400,000 sprayed in the air, soaking the carpet, matching the moods of dub nation. >> i can't wait to get back to the bay and get to san jose and surrounding bay.
give rocco a good pet. he wants some food. >> what are you going to do when you get home? >> celebrate, celebrate, celebrate. and celebrate. yes! >> we are so excited. so elated. i mean we got three now. we are so excited. >> three is the magic charm. >> yes, it is. and it takes a lot of work and preparation to achieve this goal. so only thing we look at it from the perspective of being blessed. truly blessed. >> reporter: in cleveland, i'm dean bloom, nbc 7. champion warriors are due to arrive back to the bay area this afternoon. they will land at 3:30. fans can start lining up at 2:00. dub nation packed the seats at oracle arena to watch the
dibs wrap up another title. ♪ we are the champions >> the confetti fell from the ceiling as nearly 20,000 fans celebrated the win. they each paid $20 a ticket for the experience. a portion of last night's proceeds go to aeg oakland community foundation and the warriors community foundation. the event was just like a home game minus the players on the court of course. from the food and drinks to the junior jam squad and warriors dancers performing. for the young est fans, it is something completely new. >> have you ever seen anything like this? >> they are going to go all the year next year one more time. a fourth. more rings. >> many fans lined up at the warriors team store for championship gear. it will be back open today at 7:00 a.m. oracle arena wasn't the only place where fans celebrated the warriors victory. there was another watch party in
downtown oakland that shut down an entire city block. wayne freedman was there. >> reporter: this was the culmination. dancing, music, and after the warriors pulled away in the second half, a sense of destiny not only for the team, but also for the happy rainbow of fans who came here to watch every week, but none played like this. let's talk about how sports and especially a championship victory can bring a city together. >> this is wonderful. >> something about winning, something about being from a championship city, a championship town, championship state and we're right here. we're living the dream right here. >> reporter: indeed that dream is now a reality as three times now in the last four years for a city like oakland after all it has gone through, evenings like this and crowds like there are truly beautiful. wayne freedman, abc 7 news. there was a lot of warrior
love in the air at an outdoor venue in concord where dubs fans gathered to watch the epic game four. here is leslie brinkley. >> reporter: 1,000 people wached the game, a lot of excitement especially when the warriors won. ♪ this crowd all part of the warriors east bay tribe. among these rowdy believers were warrior dogs, a warrior duck, and warrior princesses who were flipping out over game four. this is the third year that the city of concord has hosted a warriors watch party for game four in the plaza. a perfect night weather-wise. and this one was special. >> it was easy to beat the cavs. that's all we need to do is start sweeping. [ screaming ] >> water e're so happy we won. >> we're the best. >> reporter: in concord, leslie brinkley, abc 7 news.
warriors have announced the victory parade will be on tuesday in oakland at 11:00 a.m. more than a million fans are expected once again. the route will be a little shorter than last year. it starts at broadway and 11th turning right on 20th and then right on harrison to 19th, and then right on lakeside drive ending on oak and 13th. this time around though, theremd there won't be a rally at the end. fans can begin lin lining up at0 a.m. taking b.a.r.t. might be your best bet. the agency is getting ready for a pretty busy day on tuesday. b.a.r.t. estimates its busiest hours that day will be from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. and from noon to 2:00 p.m. when people start leaving. on the day of last year's parade, b.a.r.t. carried more than a half million people. that was the fifth highest ridership day in the history of the agency. you can also buy a clipper card now to avoid lines at the ticket machines. we have all the information you need to know about the victory parade on abc7news.com
and of course abc 7 will have live coverage of tuesday's parade starting at 10:00 a.m. looking forward to that. time is 5:08. lisa argen is tracking our forecast for us. and the roads are kind of slick out there right now depending on where you live. >> yes, and tuesday happens to be the warmest day of the upcoming week. so it will be a magnificent day. almost on the hot side. but, wow, what is this? what month are we in? we have mist and drizzle, clouds. golden gate bridge, 56 degrees. temperatures are up in parts of the bay area. still breezy around the bay, but get set for another windy day. today will be the coldest day out of the next seven. i'll have the details coming up. also ahead, the t-shirts are being printed. how you can get your han
good morning. time is 5:11. we're taking a live look outside from our abc 7 explore toatoriu camera. the tower is lit up in gold and blue. not much gold, but you can see the blue certainly. and that is because of the fog that we're seeing. oh, changing colors right there on your screen. we are waking up to some fog and drizzle throughout the bay area. lisa argen will return in a bit to let us know how long that will stick around. developing news out of san francisco where police are investigating an officer-involved shooting in north beach that left a man in life threatening condition. tlis say t police say two officers were chasing a suspect when the suspect was hit by gunfire. witnesses say it happened outside the taupe lounge. the incident prompted a large police response and firearm was recovered at the scene. the suspect is being treated at the hospital. no officers were injured. right now it is unclear what the
suspect was wanted for. equipment was responsible for 12 wildfires in the north bay last october. it was the worst fire in california history. not included was the tubs fire that hit santiago rosa. t santa rose. the results aren't out yet. one of the 12 was atlas in nap if a napa county. melanie wood row has that story. >> reporter: pat remembers being in an >> it was scary. >> reporter: and it burned more than 51,000 acres and destroyed nearly 800 structures. six people died. cal fire investigate torts determined the fire started in two locations, at one location a tree limb came into contact with a power line. at a second location, a tree fell into the same line.
in an e-mailed statement, senator bill dodd said i'm calling on pg and e utilities across the state and the public utilities commission to step up and ensure that they are meeting their legal obligations to maintain power lines in a safe manner. pg and e says it will carefully review the reports. based on 9 information so far, we continue to believe our overall programs met our state's high standards. >> it is really up to the district attorney to look at the reports that our investigators submit and then they will determine the amount of, you know, liability. >> reporter: this attorney's client lost his home. >> when you do wrong, you take accountability for it. and you neighboring right. >> reporte make it right. >> reporter: the county does not comment on matters of ongoing or pending litigation. quote, our focus remains on the ongoing recovery efforts to rebuild the napa county
community. melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. there is a scathing report on preparedness and response during the north bay wildfires. it found that the public warning systems technology is outdated and does not meet the public's expectations. the management program and emergency operations center were understaffed and those on the job were often not properly trained. the report says that the staff lacked situational awareness impacting response and coordination. each issue has a recommended solution that supervisors will review on monday. this morning mark leno leads in the race for san francisco mayor by just 144 votes, a slim margin. that is about 100 fewer votes than thursday. the update shows mark leno with 50.04%. london breed is at 49.96%. this is after rank choice votes were counted. there are still tens of
thousands to count. a woman is in jail accused of deceiving men to steal their belongings and there could be more victims out there since this is not the first time she struck. here we go through the suspect's tracks. >> reporter: this is the woman investigators say lied to police about being a victim of domestic violence. they say sunmee kim called police to a mountain view home back in january accusing her fiance of physically assaulting her. but detectives say her story didn't add up. >> it was determined that the man that she claimed was her fiance was not involved in a romantic involvement with her, in fact they were just housemates. but also that he had not harmed her in any way. >> reporter: they say kim gave police a false name and that her story changed several times. when alleged abuser was released from jail, she was already gone with many of his belongings. mountain view police say this is not the first time kim has used an alias to tar get victims.
she was sentenced back in 2013 on a similar fraud case. she was arrested in palo alto for the outstanding warrant out of southern california. >> we are working with the district attorney to build you are on own case because we adamantly believe that there are other victims. >> reporter: police say also kim went on dating sites to find potential victims. your emotions in one word. >> that's three. that is two words. >> fans celebrated the sweep in san francisco cruising down mission street last night one fan popped out of the sun roof to wave a broom. this is just the 90s time an nba finals has ended in a sweep. a championship means no warriors gear. t-shirts, hats and more are on the hundred of fans lined up at dick's hours before the game even started.
even though he many fans have warriors championship gear from previous years, they wanted to get their hands on this year's official merchandise. >> you have to commemorate every win. this is historic for the bay area. we're celebrating. >> we live like five minutes away, so once a year i just want it right away. >> dick's will reopen at 6:00 this morning. abc 7 neu ews was in south francisco last night with championship t-shirts were hof off the printer. they needed to print 167,000 shi shirts in just eight hours. >> and we celebrate and go cheer and all of a being sudden, okay, it's work. i've been in business for 20 years. back when the 49ers were wani winning. >> the t-shirts go about two dozen different stores. we want to see you decked out.
post your photos using #dubs on 7 and we'd love to show them off. good morning to you. certainly breezy yesterday and today that theme continues with windier conditions at the coast. and we have some damp weather around the bay area. a system to the north of us live doppler 7 showing you that we have the cloud cover here and the rain to the north. and so this is allowing for the cool breezy to windy day today. temperatures as much as 10 degrees cooler in some spots. we want to get you caught up on the hurricane in the pacific. this is aletia. it was a category 3, but right now a category 2. winds at 110 miles per hour. it continues to move in a west/northwest track and that is into the cooler waters of the pacific. so later today it will be a category 1 just about. 70 miles per hour. and then it will be a tropical storm later tonight. so if you have any plans for mexico or baja, conditions
certainly look like they will be i will proving as this weakens pushing out to the west. 58 degrees right now, around santa clara, 57 saratoga. rest of the bay area in the mid to upper 50s. but that certainly didn't tell the whole story. we have the breezy winds and in concord, the marine layer that is wringing out the moisture. santa cruz, you see how it looks. morning mist and drizzle, gusty and cooler. warmer but till brstill breezy tomorrow. so 7:00, winds at the coast and then as we go throughout on the day, notice over 35-mile-an-hour wind gusts here. above 25 miles per hour inside the bay. so we're looking at a breezy to windy day. and taking you through sunday, still quite windy at the coast. and then by the afternoon, 15 to 20-mile-per-hour winds. so not as windy, but the temperatures will come up as well.
but with the wind, it will feel not as warm as it could be, but an improvement on today. so as we look at the clouds cover, it is wiped out today, but the wind certainly a factor. and tomorrow nice and sunny, allowing for aid in the warm-up. so as we go towards your sunday afternoon, a return to some 80s. so that is a big improvement. but check out monday, looking at the summer spread, as we get toward the parade day sizzling inland by the afternoon, 3:00, 4:00 mid to upper 90s inland. so if you are planning tuesday already, mid-60s to start out at 11:00, and 1:00, we're near 80 degrees. highs today around the bay 67 san mateo, the average high is about 6 to 7 degrees shy of that. 69 fremont, 73 san jose, 74 in santa rosa. and tonight breezy and cooler, the accuweather 7 day forecast with 50s on the coast, 70 around the bay. mid-70s inland. we're cool erkecooler, windier .
but monday and tuesday, it is summertime. we cool slightly on wednesday, and looks like more cooling end of the week. so everything in those seven days. >> get ready for it. just ahead, a watch party in the sky. how some warriors fans shared the moments together from 35,000 feet if you're looking for anon for incredible selection of the brands you love, this season's newest trends for a fraction of what you'd pay at department stores, ♪ you gotta go to ross mcdois so good,fresh garry's speechless.r so here is gabrielle union. you know i can't resist all that 100% fresh beef juiciness. you're all i think about.
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the humans about a thanksgiving family gathering won the tony for best play in 2016. richard thomas says that the writing is what makes it so extraordinary. >> people ask us all the time how much of the play do you improvise. but the play is so precisely written, like a musical score. right up to interrupt each other. it is delightful and fun and very touching. and so plays don't tour that often. we get musicals most of the time. this is the only play touring right now. so don't be afraid of it. it is a very entertaining and wonderful evening in the theater. >> thoed bay sihead to the bei a
the festival. there will be live entertainment and food and beverages. from the cheese school, san francisco brewing company. the festival is free and runs from 10:00 to 6:00 both days. or check out the top standup comics at last city's best of the bay showcase. these comics have appeared on comedy center, conan o'brien, hulu, netflix and showtime. along with the laugh, enjoy a full bar and post show deejay. the show is from 7:00 to 9:00 at punch line in oakland. details on these events and more at a bs obc7news.com. one very generous passenger on an alaska airlines flight to san francisco wanted to make sure warriors fans didn't miss a minute of the win, so they held it up so everyone could watch. alaska airlines says it has the best passengers.
>> heres our first look at the "san francisco chronicle" with the headline golden dynasty. it shows steph curry flexing, shouting in to the arena after the win. still to come, much more on the warriors celebrating their third title in four years. why general manager bob myers says this one feels different from the previou
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good morning. thanks so much for wake up with us. i'm chris nguyen. here is lisa argen with the weather. >> and good morning. we are looking at temperatures on the mild side. walnut creek, look at all the cloud cover. we have mostly cloudy skies and some parts of the bay mist and drizzle. 56 in san francisco, 57 in oakland, 61 mountain view, 61 san jose. and this is san rafael where the
marine layer is wringing out moisture around the bay. 57 santiago rosa and napa, 59 novato, 62 in livermore. and from our roof camera, a little breezy out there. concord, you have a wind gust and we do have the gray sky throughout the morning hours. but look at all the sunshine on the way. with the gusty winds, not going to help much. we're seeing a very cool day today, cooler than yesterday. by noontime, 60s inland and around the bay, staying at the 50s at the coast. winds up to 36, maybe 40 miles an hour at the shoreline. breezy around the bay. and highs in the low 70s inland. a clean sweep in cleveland. warriors ended the season last night mission accomplished as they crushed the cavaliers. golden state left the crowd and arena in silence while they celebrated with champagne. kevin durant was mvp and had his first playoff triple double. steph curry led all scores with 37 points. the warriors won 108-85 for back
to back championships. >> to have a chance to close it out 4 did, 0 -in the final, back championship, unbelievable feeling. so just enjoy the moment as much as i can. appreciate what god blessed me with. >> this year was hard. this is the best thing you can have, but i talked to steve and we said it feels so different than the first one, but the gratification of this one, this was a tough one. looked easy, it was not easy. >> these guys, steph, anda andre, draymond, it is amazing when you get this kind of talent together. and they are connected. they care about each other and they compete together. amazing what you can do. >> steve kerr became the sixth med coa head coach to win three nba titles. warriors will have
again. it will be a little shorter than last year. this time around there will not be a rally at the end of the parade. fans though can begin lining up as early at 6:30 a.m. muns hundreds gathered in downtown oakland to celebrate. this was the scene at 14th and blood w broadway shortly after the game. a huge party with people on bikes and unicycles around and even some young fans showing off their basketball skills. the celebrations continued throughout the night. party got started just as soon as the clock hit zero last night. dean winn was in the locker room for the big celebration. >> reporter: we were right there as steph curry try up fantsly lifted the trophy in the air sharing it with the fans. in the locker room and hallway,
player, coaches and family and friends celebrated. 300 bottles of champagne costing over $400,000 sprayed in the air, soaking the carpet matching the mood of dub nation. >> what is the first thing you'll do when you get back home? >> oh, gosh. be with family as much as possible. celebrate. a lot of friends coming from my country and be with them because this has been a tough year. > celebrate. it is a beautiful feeling. back to back champions, that don't happen to everybody let alone one championship. so just a blessing. say hey, everybody. look at how cute. this is my little boo. this is gigi. hey say, say hey. >> reporter: in cleveland, dean bloom, abc 7. it didn't take long for dub nation to celebrate their third championship in four years.
there were several watch parties. wayne freeze mdman was there. >> reporter: this was already a great party. once again ninth street in oakland filled with a rainbow of fans from all over with blue and gold. the warriors -- any other place to be right now? >> what? >> reporter: especially in that magic moment when time ran out and the nba championship landed here. this was the culmination, dancing, music, glee. and after the warriors pulled away in the second half, a sense of decembstiny for this rainbow fans who watched every weekend away game, but none quite like this. let's about how a clamp ship can bri championship can bring a city together. >> i've been waiting so long for this. best feel management world toin
a champion. >> something about being from a cla championship down and state and we're right here. >> reporter: and the dream is now a realty as three times in the last four years for a city like oakland after all it has gone through, evenings like this and crowds like there are truly beautiful. in oakland, wayne freedman, abc 7 news. some fans have already gotten their hands on new back to back championship gear. last night abc 7 was at dick's in daly city where hundreds lined up. some got there at 2:00 in the afternoon hours before tipoff. they were confident the warriors were going to sweep the cavs. they were buying everything from t-shirts, jerseys, mugs, towels and banners. >> the flrg energy is indicativ what is going on. we're all part of this. >> back to back shirt. go dubs. >> dick's will be back open starting at 6:00 a.m.
the president says he will not invite this year's nba champions to the white house. president trump singled out steph curry and lebron james and their remarks that they expressed no interest in visiting the president. their comments came in response to questions about the president's decision to disinvite the super bowl champion philadelphia eagles to the white house. the warriors didn't visit last year either, but they did appear in 2015 when barack obama was president. maybe it was instincinstince intuiti intuition. a stray dog seemed to know exactly what do to save her new born puppies. david louie has the story. >> reporter: this mix is a proud mom of six rambunctious puppies. four female and two male. the mother was a stray and hungry as she tried to nurse her pup. her did he is per race prompted theory steal a slight of pizza.
it happened right here along the edge of the bay. a couple of workers were out here having lunch when suddenly the mother dog came up and snatched a slice of pizza.mother dog led an animal control officer to her litter nestled among the tall grass. puppies only a week old. that was in mid april. >> she had just been struggling to survive on the streets, really stealing whatever she could to eat and then to nurse her little puppies. >> reporter: they were brought to the peninsula humane society where six weeks later the pups have been weaned. they are ready for adoption. in foster care, they were given names of the british royal family. >> so the puppies available are prince harry and then we have prince william, we have meghan markle and then also charlotte and then princeduchess kate. and of course the mother, queen elizabeth. >> reporter: the
in care until she gains weight. >> she took to my son quickly. so she was an easy pick. they are all wonderful, so please come down and get one. >> reporter: kate will get a new name since there is already a kate in the family. the new name will be daisy. queen elizabeth was relieved that her nursing duties are over. we'll have details on adoption fees and hours on abc7news.com. in burlingame, david louie, abc 7 news. still made on abc 7, a young warriors fan being treated for a debilitating disease gets the star treatment and now she is on the road to recovery. her story of victory off the court. but first, here is a live look outside from our abc 7 exploratorium camera. can't see much out there right now. pretty foggy. lisa argen will have the full accu
welcome back. time is 5:41 and we're taking a live look outside there our abc 7 roof camera. you can see we are off to a foggy start throughout parts of the bay area. lisa argen will let uts know when the fog will lift coming up in the there is the skip the straw campaign to reduce pollution that affects bay area water ways and wildlife. peer 39 is working with restaurants and eateries as well as ferries and charters to convert to paper straws or provide them only upon request. the state senate is also debating a bill right now that would ban plastic straws in all
dine-in restaurants. lisa argen is tracking the forecast for us. and behind us on the bay bridge, we can see the fog soaking it all in. >> yeah, the marine layer is getting as deep as it can get and eventually it will just evaporate and we'll be left with sunny and windy conditions. is an made day t san mateo brid out there. ms. and drizzle along the coast and you will have to use the wipers consistently. you could call it light rain. so today just 60s and windy for is an may dsan mateo. and also made, about the only suspense last night was who would win the mvp award. would it be stephing or kd? larry beil
good morning. time is 5:45. this is a live look from our pier 39 camera. you can see the fog and we're off to a cool start. lisa argen will return in a bit to let us know when it will warm up. in sport, many fans will start paying attention to baseball now that the warriors have finished their run at back to back championships. this morning the giants are in washington, d.c. to face the nationals. first pitch at 9:05 a.m. and the as are taking on the royals at the oakland coliseum, first pitch there is 1:05. warriors are scheduled to return home at 3:30 this afternoon. fans are invited to start lining you up at 2:00 p.m. to greet the team on earhart road. larry beil has the higights of last night's title clinching victory in this morning's sports report. >> reporter: good morning. a long injury filled season ends in style for the golden state
warriors with another larry o'brien championship trophy, the dubs sweeping the calvs. steph curry at toning for his struggles in game three. he had 12 in the first six mishmisht minutes of game four. he wanted the foul, he got whammed in the head. didn't get the foul, but first of many for steph. lebron jamess throwing it down here. reveals he broke his right hand in frustration after the game one gift they gave to golden state. dubs by 9 at the break. klay thompson had ten in the third quarter. warriors pulling away as they always do. steph finished with 37 and kevin durant named finals mvp for the second year in a row. warriors captured back to back championships. here is
>> reporter: only the celtics and lakers have more championships. >> being in this position, winning three out of four years, with the group that i get to do it with every single day, no better feeling. just run through the tape. get to the finish line, it was a special night. >> grateful and excited that i get this opportunity. feels good to be a part of a group like this, to win two championships is -- that's what you want. >> hardest nba season i think i've had. there is so much wear and tear emotionally, physically. it is just a grind. and mere we are, we made it. >> oh, snap. yeah. three time champion. that is dope. >> reporter: mindy bach, abc 7.
>> perfect friday night for bay area sports teams because the giants beat washington and the as tweeted kc. that is a wrap on morning sports. we'll see you at the parade on tuesday. have a great weekend. i'm larry beil. good saturday morning to you. a live look outside, pretty cloudy out there. some of you reporting mist and drizzle. so you thought it was cool and breezy yesterday? today even cooler and windier as a cold front pushes through to our north. and we will get out of this pattern second half of the week egg end, but santa rosa just 74 today. tomorrow where it should be around 80. and then monday we're 90, hottest day of the week the warrior parade mid-90s. and then we cool off. so as we look outside the golden gate bridge, no delays yet at sfo, but there probably will be with all of this fog. but the good news is that it lifts and we really clear out
today. but unfortunately, we will not warm up. the wind is really going to be a factor. here is live doppler 7, you can see all the cloud cover. as we widen the perk differenspe green represents the rain. and a springtime cold front to the north of us is bringing freezing conditions to humboldt county. you see some of the purples there and the rain. so 24 hours ago, we were cooler, we've had the cloud cover and the wind to keep atmosphere well mixed. so we are 2 to 11 degrees warmer this morning. but by the afternoon, it translates in to gusty winds. 56 in san francisco, 61 mountain view, san jose. 55 half moon bay with gilroy at 57. pretty gray out there for you in emeryville. 57 for our friends in the north bay. napa reporting lots of wet pavement at 58. and the mist and drizz down 101, ccord 62, livermore 57.
we'll be looking at some pretty clouds around. morning mist and drizzle. gusty and cooler today, warmer, still breezy, but not quite as windy tomorrow as we get the behind the system. winds for today, notice that we're at 25 miles an hour at the coast. and then as we go through the afternoon, yes, they just get stronger up to 40 miles an hour at times. and then right inside the bay, could see white caps for up to 30 miles an hour. it is nice and sunny, but it is a blustery afternoon out there. and then by 11:00 tonight, they sort ever dial back. you will notice the colors that indicates the gusty winds more so at the coast. so we will be looking at that cool day today. how about 73 in san jose, 69 in milpit milpitas. 58 in pacific came. san francisco should see about 65, 62 today. and in the north bay, you are well into the 80s yesterday, it was 88 in santa rosa.
how about 74 today. east bay, grab the jacket. 67 for you. and you head inland just mid-70s today with the breezy winds. nice and sunny though. 74 in concord, 70 in pleasanton. so today is the sonoma county hot air balloon festival with its in the 60s. and it is just a little breezy. and the san mateo county fair with temperatures today in the 60s. it will be breezy. so rather cool. the accuweather 7 day forecast today the coolest day. windy to breezy tomorrow. and then monday and tuesday waerm warmest days of the week. you download our accuweather app and you notice the temperatures come up and then they come down. so if you are not a fan of the heat, still saying cool at the coast. look at that picture. >> and just grab the jacket, make sure because the wind will be an issue throughout the day.
>> yes. >> lisa, thanks. on the peninsula, a comeback story for the ages involving a resilient teen aenager and her personal connection to the warriors and cavaliers fans in cleveland. inside the halls of sequoia high school, caitlin is defying the odds and sharing her wisdom. >> finding the positive in the struggle. and it will end up being okay. and you can make it through hard times. >> reporter: at age 13, caitlin was diagnosed with encephalitis that causes debilitating seizures. >> she was having up to 20 a day with tremors almost 24/7. so it was very hard. >> reporter: two surgeries failed to help. so in 2015, caitlin traveled to the cleveland clinic for a third procedure to stop the seizures. during her recovery, the hospital staff helped her decorate her room in warriors colors. the side effects of the surgery though included left side paralysis as well as severe
headaches. this video taken by family shows caitlin during a physical therapy session learning how to wlk again. when she got back to the bay area, caitlin e-mailed coach receive kerr who at the time was also suffering from headaches after undergoing spinal surgery. to her amazement, the coach wrote back and eventually nfrted her to a game. a kind gesture that cemented her status at a super fan. she's caught up academically, teachers applaud her spirit. >> she sets examples for students on campus about what it looks like to hold yourself to high expectations and to set goals. and meet them. >> reporter: she's now on the sequoia swim team where she competes with the use of only her right arm. but warriors basketball will always be her first love. >> just love the chemistry of base and everything. >> reporter: this remarkable teenager inspiring the warrior within us all. >> she's now volunteering with the brain recovery project, an organization that helps children reach their full potential after
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it is saturday, june 9. thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with lisa argen tracking the conditions where you live. >> good morning to you. lots of cloud cover around the bay area. that marine layer wringing out moisture. shear live doppler 7, you can see how gray it is and we widen the perspective and there is rain to the north of us. so as the system pushes through, it brings more wind. here is the cloud cover through the next hour. you can see the green representing the moisture along the coast. but then the clouds will clear out and we're left with gusty wind along the coast, a breezy day. walnut creek, a sliver of sun for you. very cloudy, 59 santa rosa. and a little bit wet in napa. 59 there. livermore 57. at the beach, cooler today. 50s there. 60s around the bay.