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the heat is on, almost. >> after a relatively cool weekend, we are just going to warm up in time for the warriors championship parade. >> i was really happy with the temperatures over the weekend. it looks like things are changing. good morning on this monday, june 11th, at 5:00 a.m. >> it depends if you have ac or not. right, mike? >> exactly right. that was the original working title of "the heat is on" -- almost. it's going to be a little uncomfortable. it will start to get comfortable again as we head toward father's day weekend. notice the cloud cover mainly around half moon bay towards tus darrow. temperatures in the low to upper
50s at 7:00. as we head through my accuweather 12-hour planner. temperatures as warm as yesterday. 60 at the coast, 73 to 80 around the bay and inland. we'll hit 79 to 85 and back down to the mid and upper 70s by 7:00. >> so far, so good. no major problems. i want to head back to san jose where we had a brush fire reported earlier, but giving you the thumbs up. we actually had a full closure of the ramp between 280 to northbound 101. that has fully reopened and it has cleared from the board. everything looking good through their area. westbound 92 across the san mateo bridge, slowly filling in. we don't have any major slowdowns so far today. i'm seeing a bit of a delay on westbound 84. we'll check that out coming up next. president trump's position remains clear and unchanged. the denuclearization of the
korean peninsula is the only outcome the u.s. will accept. that's the message that secretary of state mike pompeo delivered overnight as we count down to the historic summit between president trump and kim jong-un. we know they'll meet one-on-one with no one else in the room. after mr. trump's one-on-one meeting with kim jong-un, there's a scheduled expanded meeting with members of both sides joining them and then that's it. although the white house says more meetings could be added. president trump says he'll know within the first minute if kim jong-un is serious about negotiating a nuclear deal. that one-on-one meeting highly anticipated is going to happen at 6:00 p.m. our time. make sure to stay with abc 7, and george steph nop liss is reporting live in singapore. an odd investigation happening in san jose. it appears an officer's air bag deployed in their patrol vehicle, but there wasn't any visible damage to the car. this is in a san jose state parking garage at 9th and san
fernando. we have a call in to sjpd to see what happened and if the officer was hurt. a man is finally in custody following an hours' long standoff in el sobrante. >> the man was spotted with a rifle threatening to kill people. deputies surrounded his home and used high-pitch noises to try to get him out of the house. neighbors say he was arrested a week ago for a similar incident although that did not involve a gun. they said they're afraid he'll be allowed to come back home. you can see a woman carrying what appears to be a molotov cocktail. police say she's suspended of trying to start fires at two day care centers. >> the latest fire happened over memorial day weekend. abc 7 news reporter matt keller live in newark with more. >> reporter: the suspect has chosen holiday weekends for these attacks, the latest
happening in newark on memorial day weekend. major damage was done here. this is the safari kids preschool and day care on newark boulevard. police were called out here on the afternoon of may 26th. they assisted the fire department with the investigation. it was determined this fire was deliberately set. it's being connected to this woman. these pictures are from thanksgiving weekend last year. police say she brought a molotov cocktail to the safari she left the bottle behind after throwing it through the door. the note on the door here in newark is referring clients to union city. they're asked to contact the department there on alvarado boulevard. as for police, they are hoping someone knows this woman and comes forward and let's them know who it is. live in newark, mt. keller, abc 7 news. >> matt, thank you. the slow moving drama over who
is going to be san francisco's next mayor continues. >> london breed is now up in the race by 1,580 votes. there are still tens of thousands of ballots left to be counted. >> abc 7 news reporter kate larsen has more on why it's taking so long. >> reporter: the weekend started with mark leno leading the race, but after tens of thousands of ballots were processed saturday and sunday, london breed pulled ahead. through ranked-choice voting both leno and breed have more than 100,000 votes, but breed is ahead of leno by more than 1,500. >> reporter: the director of san francisco's department of elections for 16 years says they'll spend the rest of the week counting the 126,000 ballots. >> we're not stressed out. this is our process. every election this is what we do. we seek to have every vote count, no matter what the contest is, no matter who the candidates are. >> reporter: during elections this area is turned into a vote
counting factory. right now they're countig provisional ballots and the workers are here from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. every day. these workers are counted ballots that were kicked out of the machine. that might happen, for example, if there was a write-in candidates. behind the glass, these workers are tabulating actual results. >> it's been a roller coaster of emotions. every time we come down here, we don't know what to expect. >> she's just waitin and watching like the rest of us. she's very excited obviously to see the outcome. i think for a lot of us here in san francisco, we feel like we're in a state of limbo. >> reporter: in a statement mark leno said it remains to be seen over the next few days, but it's not over. in san francisco, kate larsen, abc 7 news. oakland getting ready for another big party. >> a million fans expected for tomorrow's championship parade to celebrate the warriors' third title in four years. the championship banners are set up all over town.
it starts at 11:00al at broadway and 11th, ending at 13th and oak street at lake merritt. this year's celebration does not include a post parade rally like we've seen in years past. instead, there's going to be what the warriors are calling enter active stations along the parade route. when we find out more about what that actually means, we'll let you know. happening today, b.a.r.t. leaders will meet to finalize their plans for the warriors championship parade. fans are urged to take public transportation because parking is going to be so limited. if you do take b.a.r.t., officials say you should get off at the 12th or 19th street stations. on the day of last year's parade, b.a.r.t. carried more than half a million people. it was the fifth highest ridership day in history. if you can't be there in person, catch the victory parade right here on abc 7. our live coverage starts at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. you can get detailed information on our website about parade transportation, street closures and championship parade dos and don'ts all on our website, abc e
abc7news.com. this is about as cool as it gets this week, even during the overnight hours. low to mid 50s until highway 4. how about the rest of our neighborhoods? a lot of mid 50s around the bayshore and into the south bay. 51 in pacifica, 47 in napa. that's the cool spot. gorgeous shot of the golden gate bridge as the sun is starting to try to peek over the hills and mountains. we've still got about a half hour before it completely does that, maybe 40 minutes. if you're out and about, warm sunshine, surn glasses needed. it's going to be breezy and choppy. small craft advisory starts at noon today for the bay and goes up until 9:00. southwest winds north of the bay bridge at about 15 to 25. west winds south of the bay bridge 15
peninsula, a little warmer, 60 this morning and 71 at noon with upper 70s during the afternoon hours. back to a comfortable 68 at 8:00. our last stop will be on the other side of the bay where it's close to that. 59 at 8:00, 74 at noon, upper 70s from 2:00 through about 5:00. a nice 66 by 8:00. coming up in the accuweather seven-day forecast neighborhoods hitting 90s. i'll show you where. here is alexis. highway 4 we have traffic cones reported on the westbound side. not sure what they were left over from. we didn't have anything scheduled there. it is causing a delay in the bay point area. according to chp those cones are now gone. hopefully this little bit of a delay down to about 33 miles an hour ap etch proing where they were will thin out quickly. a quick check of southbound 680 through the walnut creek streech, not too bad approaching highway 24, but starting to see
a few brake lights. we'll check out drive times at 5:20. a 35-year-long manhunt is over after investigators from travis air force base captured captain william howard hughes, junior. investigators say he spent the last 35 years living under a phony name. they caught hughes during a passport fraud investigation. now he's currently held at travis. net neutrality ends today. we'l break down what that actually means for you. robert de niro did not win anything at the tonys last night. everything is talking about him. it's about what you did not hear when he took the stage.
we're going to take a look at what's going on as far as our temperatures, if i can get the maps going here. let me get to the right graphic. just passed it over. what i was going to show you is what the next three days will be the hottest. there you go. we're starting off with about 70 in san francisco to about 75 tomorrow other areas will hit the 80s to 90s tomorrow and stay that way through wednesday. we'll take a look at the father's day forecast next. an important reminder as it starts to get hot.
take a look at this scary water rescue, all this caught on camera and serving a reminder to be alert when we're at the pool. a group of children swimming at a pool in minnesota. one of the boys noticed someone was missing. 13-year-old cody runyon. he dove into action pulling an unconscious boy from the bottom of the pool. a woman went to help. >> i went under water and see him laying on the ground, sitting down at my feet, passed out. >> and he was blue and cold and he was wet and he was clearly deceased. >> that's so scary. a reminder of how difficult it is to tell what's going on under the water when you're above, and that drowning does not often look like it d vi. desiree, who you just heard from, performed cpr. within 30 seconds the boy coughed up water and started to
breeze again. he's doing just fine and says he's grateful to the people he calls heroes. one person is dead, oopt seriously injured after an explosion destroyed a house in ohio. this video is going to show you the devastation. look at this. the blast was so powerful, it took the sides right off nearby homes in east cleveland. this happened yesterday morning. neighbors reported the smell of gas after the blast, but at this point fire officials say there were no reported leaks before the explosion. the cause is still under investigation. police have reportedly located a person of interest. no word on her connection to the blast. in today's "gma first look," a woman snatched from the hospital after her birth and raised by her kidnapper is talking exclusively to abc news. abc's eva pilgrim has more on that. >> reporter: she was kidnapped from a florida hospital almost 20 years ago. >> she told me about the kidnapping, she told me what she had done. >> reporter: in 1998 gloria
williams posed as a nurse and walked out of a maternity ward with kamiyah mobley. williams pled guilty to kidnapping. on friday a judge sentenced her to 18 years in prison. this morning alexis says she's relieved the court proceedings are over. >> this side doesn't want to talk to this side. it was too much. >> reporter: today she goes by both names. her family in florida calling her kamiyah. her family in south carolina alexis. >> what do you want for the future? >> that i can find a better way to balance everybody and everything and not so much tension. >> i will have more coming up at 8:00. with your gma first look, eva pilgrim, abc news, charleston, south carolina. >> something very interesting happened during the tony awards with robert de niro. if you're watching it, it's likely you have no idea what was said. he was talking about president trump.
it was censured on tv. [ cheers and applause ] >> de niro dropped the f word several times when referring to the president last night before urging the audience to vote in november. the crowd cheered and gave him a standing know investigation. de niro then continue with a prepared introduction of bruce springsteen. >> a lot of people about this. net neutral ends today. >> the fcc voted to repeal in december. consumer reports has a warning on how this may affect you. data caps can become more widespread now. internet providers now have the ability to charge access fees to content providers like google, facebook and netflix. companies that pay more can be given higher priority leading to possible price hikes for internet access. alsoer in sbet providers can sensor content or block websites or apps that offer competing services. despite this, major internet providers san jose the web will
remain unchanged. the coolest story of the day. the odds of what you're about to see, astronomical of happening. watch what happened to an oakland a's fan yesterday. bottom of the sixth, bases load loaded. chad pinder fouls it off. you see that, the man catches it. makes a great play. nothing soup your unusual about that. on the very next pitch >> tell me he didn't just do it twice. >> and he does it! back-to-back. >> the same guy made the play. >> two pitches, two foul balls and the same dude makes a great catch both times. we learned his name bill. he is from pittsburgh. that would be the pittsburg here, not the one in pennsylvania. by the way, the a's ended up
winning it p-2. good times had by all. >> i'm happy for him. caught it with his bare hand, too. you know there's a certain age where you can't supposedly take your glove to the ball park if you're a man. way to man up there. >> i didn't know this unspoken rule. >> i didn't either until a couple years ago. >> i would be with a giant net ready to go. >> don't the grown men who are real men who are playing the game have -- what's the difference? >> it's crazy. we'll talk about it more. maybe we should put that on twitter. what's the proper age to stop taking -- if there is. anyway, let's move on and talk about what's going on weatherwise. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. a little breezy in our hills. breezy over bodies of water today. but it's the sunshine and the warmer temperatures that are really going to win out today. not so cool tonight, even under
a clear sky and a minor heat wave that starts today is going to taper by the weekend. i'll show you that coming up. first, a look at san francisco. i want to put out the day planner and show you the high temperatures in 64 in ingleside to the mission at 72 degrees. into the east bay, a look at your 12-hour day planner. temperatures pretty comfortable. let's see where our highs end up. let's go to the peninsula. you can see from 56 to 70s from noon to 7:00. high temperatures, some areas won't quite make it there. daly city and the coast will be in the 60s. 81 in redwood city. the warm spot in the south bay, 70s and 80s for the better part of the afternoon hours. 79 in milpitas. in the north bay, 80s starting at noon through about 7:00. that means, yeah, look at this all through out the area.
our last stop our inland east bay neighborhood. mid 80s to 90 degrees. tonight's temperatures low to upper 50s. here is alexis. >> good morning, mike. we haven't had any major problems on the road so far this morning. i want to head out to the central valley commute. always one of the busiest. getting out of tracy, westbound 205, 11 miles an hour. 15 miles an hour once you make it to 580. also looking normal. a fairly normal golden gate bridge commute. southbound 101, no issues there if you're coming in through the north bay. drive times looking good for several of our other bridges. washington 580, richmond-san rafael bridge, six minutes for you. in the green. westbound 92, san mateo bridge, a 12-minute drive and westbound
94 across the dumbarton bridge, that is wide open. only will take you ten minutes. 5:21. maybe this will help taxi companies better compete with the lives of uber and lift. san francisco considering subsidizing cabs equipped with wheelchair ramps. according to "the examiner" there's a demand for wheelchair accessible taxis. s ffrmtsmta has 40 ramp taxis operating in all of san francisco. the agency has proposed subsidizing up to $600 per month to install the ramps and to maintain them. coming up, the 7 things you need to know before you go. >> an update on a fire that broke out in downtown sausalito.
the go. today is the day of the meeting between president trump and kim jong-un. overnight secretary of state mike pompeo said the denuclearization of the korean peninsula is the only out come the u.s. will accept. number two, an air bag deployed overnight in a san jose police patrol car. this happened in a parking garage at san jose state. we have a call in to sjpd to see what happened and if the officer was injured. number three, dramatic cell phone video shows officers dragging a kidnapping suspect away from his burning vehicle in emeryville. he's in critical condition. his female passenger died. the victim who got kidnapped is o okay. after years of delays, an 80-story office building is set to open this morning at the world trade center in new york city. 3 world trade center is the third office building at the
site where the twin towers once stood. today about 12 degrees warmer as we all see hints of summer heat that will get more obvious tomorrow and wednesday. number six, we haven't had any major traffic issues so far today. things are starting to fill in. exhibit a here on the bay bridge toll plaza, those metering lights on at about 5:22 this morning. just a few minutes ago, about 16 minutes the rest of the way in san francisco. number seven, dub nation getting ready for another championship parade in oakland. this year there will not be a rally, instead interactive stations along the parade route. interesting to see what that actually means. if you can't make it, you can watch it right here on abc 7 starting at 10:00 a.m. whatever it takes may be the cav's slogan. but two dubs fans decided to go to th game the day after. >> ryan and his father-in-law jack tried to get a flight. the tickets were sold out.
they flew to pittsburgh, then drove two hours to quicken loans arena. they said the trip was actually for someone who couldn't be there. >> my wife was a big yar yors fan. she just passed away at new year's. of the entire family, she would be the understand what ryan and i did today. >> unbelievable to be here, to celebrate this with my father-in-law. we miss his mother, my grandmother so much. she was an amazing woman. so a tribute to her. >> that's really sweet. >> ryan and jeff got to the game with about an hour to spare. great planning. we'll come back with another 90 minutes of news including the controversial issue with b.a.r.t. police. a sour note for
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history in the making. we're less than 13 hours away from the face-to-face meeting between president trump and kim jong-un. more details coming out overnight. look at these startling photos of a car that caught on fire. the driver says the cause was her smart phone. we're here for dub nation as everyone gets ready for another celebration. as a former resident of green bay, wisconsin, i think they might have something to say about title town because they own that name. i don't know. just steal it. >> seems like any team that goes on a run like that, they try to borrow it. detroit had it for a while, too, because of hockey. it's ours now. >> it's ours. i'll have the forecast coming up for tomorrow's parade. another time to watch dubs on 7.
for now let's talk about what's going on today. we transition from what i think a lot of people thought was a very comfortable weekend to a mini heat wave. a few clouds along the peninsula coast this morning. you can see the gray showing up on live doppler 7. i haven't heard of any results in the form of drizzle. let's talk about sunshine and warmer weather in my accuweather 12-hour planner. we'll stay in the 60s along the coast. low to mid 80s inland. back inhe tpper 70s for a really comfortable evening around 7:00. >> we have one new issue on the roads, westbound 80 once you ge el cerrito area. just past solano avenue. two-car crash one lane blocked. judging by the backup that's forming. wede'ltal ils.check in with chp. also looking at the bay bridge
drive into san francisco, hearing about a disabled vehicle around treasure island blocking the far right lane. it's not on camera here, but things are starting to stack up on the toll plaza on the other side of treasure island. an update on both of these in just a few minutes. now to the historic summit between president trump and kim jong-un. the president just hours away from sitting face-to-face with the north korean leader. i want to show you here a live look at singapore. that's where the two will meet later today. their first meeting is scheduled for 6:00 tonight our abc news white house correspondent tara palmieri in singapore with much more. >> reporter: good morning, jessica and reggie. president trump seems optimistic about striking a deal with kim jong-un. at the same time he's down playing what the details of that deal might be. president trump landing in singapore, confident about his chances of success at that high
stakitth n jong-un. less than 24es hoursummi away w that historic sit-down at a tin the prime minister of singapore, tweeting great to be in singapore, excitement in the air. kim jong-un touching down hours earlier, staying at the heavily guarded st. regis hotel, arriving with his sister in a black limousine with north core lean flags on the hood. his bodyguards ran alongside the car. kim told singaporean prime minister lee in his office, quote, the whole world a is watching. the north korean state media said trump and kim would discuss a permanent and enduring peace mechanism. secretary of state mike pompeo saying overnight the president is, quote, wet prepared for the meeting. president trump warning it's now or never. >> it's a one-time shot, and i think it's going to work out very well. >> reporter: going with his gut, he says he'll know right away if
the north korean leader is serious about denuclearization. >> within the first minute. >> reporter: in a rare move, not overselling the outcome. >> the minimum would be a relationship. we at least start a dialogue. >> reporter: president trump and kim will meade tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow on an island called sentosa which means peace. a white house official says their first meeting will be one-on-one followed by a bilateral lunch. after that the president will take over earlier thachb expected. i'm tara palmieri, abc 7 news. back to you, jessica. >> here is a live look at singapore. make sure to stay with abc 7 all morning long. george stephanopoulos reporting live as we count down to the 6:00 p.m. summit, that's when gma starts at 7:00 a.m. one person is dead and anotherioaf iter an kidnapping
investigation in san francisco led to a fiery crash in the east bay. the cell phone video showing officers dragging that kidnapping suspect away from his burning vehicle. police say his car crashed into a light pole in emeryville while trying to evade a san francisco poli officer. >> the police officer, she pretty much handled it calm. she had to hold a gun on him for whatever reason, and she asked for someone with a fire extinguisher. yemg for this guy to get out of the car. >> several people tried to help. the suspect is in critical condition. his female passenger died. san francisco police say the pair was wanted for assaulting a woman in the tender loan before shoving her into the trunk. police say the woman escaped well before the crash. developing news in sausalito where a fire forced several people from a home. >> you can see the roaring flames from an abc 7 news viewer. the fire damaged two buildings
near princess street and bridgeway including the starbucks in town and six apartments. several people got displaced. >> there are six residential units between the second and third floor. they're not going to be able to come back in tonight due to the utilities shut off. >> one firefighter got hurt when he got a shock from burned electrical panels. the firefighter was checked at a local hospital and released. no word yet on what caused the fire. b.a.r.t. citizen review board with meet to discuss the use of force. this year's report may include information about a deadly this is video from the scene after bart police officer joseph mathieu shot and killed sahleem tindle. tindle's family is suing b.a.r.t. police. dub nation getting ready to watch a championship parade in oakland. >> before you think this is going to be exactly like the other celebrations, there are a few key changes, and that includes a missing component.
>> abc yf l a the 19th street b.a.r.t. station where they're discussing what b.a.r.t. is doing to prepare. >> reporter: good morning, reggie. the city is preparing for the big parade. lock at the barricades be hientd me they've got lining the streets. this is at 20th and broadway as they prepare for probably about a million people for tomorrow's parade. b.a.r.t. has a planning peopling scheduled today. championship banners are going up all over downtown. the city knows how to celebrate the warriors. this is the team's third championship in four years, and the experience is really helpful to businesses as manncrowds. the staff at tara mia is ordering extra pastries, coffee and bottled water so they don't run out like they did last year. >> we ran out of everything. the bathroom line was huge. it was a lot of people coming in and out.
i think it was our busiest day. we made like $300 in tips. >> reporter: one big change this year, there won't be a rally at the end like in previous years. the warriors and the city decided they want the parade to be a main event. they want it to be interactive and free flowing and for fans to share up-close excitement on the parade route. don't plan on attending the rally this year t. parade starts at 11:00 tomorrow morning. public transportation is encouraged. parking is going to be very limited because of all the street closures in downtown. live in oakland, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. if you can't be at the warriors victory parade tomorrow, catch it right here on abc 7. our live coverage starts at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow and we will be streaming the parade live on abc7news.com. this is a great opportunity to download the abc 7 news app and you can watch it at work. our website has detailed information about parade
transportation, street closures and all the parade dos and don't. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. bs tomorrow.bout it. y're going to be out there, dress for all that sunshine. make sure you wear the sunscreen and it's going to start off relatively cool, you can startn temperatures will be in the 50s. 73 by 11:00 and 80 byba a lot of low to mid 50s out there. even warmer in novato at 57. cooler in sebastopol and american canyon 49 and 47. brentwood and tracy, 58 degrees. a little hint of fog trying to pish through the san bruno gap as we look to the west along the san mateo bridge. we'll keep an eye on that and see if it causes any issues at sfo. the breezes and the north-south bridges will be most effective. here is a look at the south bay,
60 this morning, but almost 15 to 16 degrees warmer by noon at 76. hanging out in the 80s from 2:00 to 5:00. very comfortable 71 at 8:00. east bay valleys, some of the warmest temperatures getting near air conditioning weather. 81 at noon, up to 89 at 4:00, back down to 80 at 8:00. our last stop in the north bay, 60 at 8:00, 77 at noon and low to mid 80s for the afternoon hours. a comfortable 73 by 8:00. when we come back, i'll let you know how long the little heat wave will last and take a look at the photograph's fast for the weekend. >> first father's day coming up for your husband. >> i don't have any planned yet. i've got to get on that this week. >> i'll help you. >> thank you, mike. so far, so good on the roads. it is starting to ramp up in parts of the east barks especially the bay bridge commute. let's start with westbound 80 traffic. as you heads towards solano
traffic, in the east richmond area, a two-car crash reported. not many more details. but clearly the backup has grown y're coming from highway 4, expect stop-and-gotr least have one lane blocked. hopefully they'll be able to get the lanes open shortly. bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights on at 5:22 this morning. once you make it past that, a disabled vehicle westbound 80 past treasure island. that's sitting in the slow lane. that is starting to stack up almost to the backup. westbound 80 highway 4 to the maze, 24 minutes with the first crash. westbound 80 bay bridge 19 minutes. southbound 101 leaving san francisco to get to the airport looking great at just nine minutes. a day dedicated to the north bay fire victims and heroes. we'll take you to the coliseum where survivors had a chance to reconnect with one ano
conditions in monterey. 89 in yosemite. let's talk more about tahoe. where is the snow mid 70s today, low 80s for tuesday, wednesday and thursday and temperatures back to average as we head through the holiday weekend. >> mike, thank you. this was a special weekend for many victims of the north bay wildfires and the people who helped them. abc 7 news was at the oakland coliseum as the a's hosted north bay day yesterday. the team gave away more than 3,000 complementary tickets to people affected by the fires, as well as firefighters and first responders. >> a lot of our neighbors, we haven't seen them. so this just gives us a chance to reconnect. >> it's great to be thanked for the job we do and be appreciated. we appreciate it in return. >> this is our way of thanking them and celebrating them and telling them they're an important part of our community.
>> the a's held their annual salute to bay area firefighters before the game against kansas city. by the way, the a's won 3-2. it was an emotional moment during last night's tony awards. drama students from stoneman douglas high school in parkland, florida, and sang "seasons of love" from the musical "rent". ♪ all about love >> honestly, if you did not tear up during this performance, and all the actors in the audience were, then i don't know what would move you. their high school was the site of the valentine's day shooting that left 17 people dead. the performance was a surprise for their drama teacher who received last night a tony award for excellence in theater education. she was able to protect 65 of her students. they hid for two hours during the shooting. those kids did a remarkable job, especially the woman you see right there. at the end of the song she just hits these crazy high notes and
the audience was stunned. >> they really did their teacher proud. wonderful. canadian prime minister justin trudeau is threatening new tariffs on american goods. >> after president trump refused to back ooh back down. the president tweeted sorry, we cannot let friends or enemies take advantage of us on trade. we must put the american worker first. this could lead to higher prices on goods including cars and even beer cans. gas prices are high in the bay area but they've remained the same for the past three weeks. industry analysts say a decrease in gas prices has not been seen at the pump. the national average for a gallon of regular gas is about three bucks. here in the bay area we pay well above that. in san jose and oakland,$3.75 for a gallon of regular. in san francisco it's $3.84. sonic is debuting a bold new
slushy flavor today, pickle juice. >> we decided here on abc 7 mornings, it sounds grody. the fast food chain announced this will be a sweet but tart slus slushy. they have a few other flavors, bahama mamma, blue hawaiian and tiger's blood. >> we looked this up an hour ago, tiger's blood, watermelon, strawberry and hint of coconut. >> that doesn't sound bad. pickle juice, on the other hand sounds terrible and disgusting. there are people that enjoy drinking pickle juice. none of those people are my friends. >> i don't like sweet pickles, so if this is a sweet pickle juice, extra yuck, times two. >> i'm not going to find out. >> the only way you get that is to dump it on somebody's head or
back or keep you koochlt it's going to be hot the next couple days. >> we're not suggesting you do that. >> i am. let's take a look and show you what's going on. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. a look at the exploratorium, you can see that, yeah, that's a nice bird out there, enjoying the exploratorium view. you can see how calm it is. it will be breezy this afternoon but nothing like over wll have the warming trend begin today over mostly sunny conditions. a higher risk of heat tomorrow and wednesday and then not as hot for dad's weekend. this is the area of low pressure. i know we're just now getting into the heat ik wa,it, i wante show you it's going to break in a couple days. by thursday, the heat wave is over. you can see how the cloud cover hangs into the peninsula coast from half moon bay southward to davenport. the rest of us dealing with
sunshine. let's talk numbers. how about 79 in milpitas until gilroy at 79 degrees. you can see along the coast mid 60s today and low 70s in downtown and south san francisco. we'll have mid to upper 80s through the north bay valleys. the east bayshore, 72 at oakland, fremont at 79. as you go inland, how about mid to upper 80s. tonight, not going to be quite as cool as this morning. low to upper 50s with cloud cover pretty much in the same area it's going to be today. our two hottest days will be tuesday and wednesday. cooling at the coast wednesday, around the bay thursday and inland by friday. here is alexis. >> good morning, mike. i want to touch on a few of the specifics for tomorrow. we've got to get out ahead of this. we know it's going to be a really busy day, on the roads and mass transit for the warriors parade. starting location, broadway and 11th street. that gets started at 11:00 this morning. that heads north broadway and
east towards lake merritt and south along lakeshore avenue until it ends at 13th. a lot of the surface streets around this parade route closing as early as noon today. certainly keep that in mind. also a million people total expected for tomorrow. half a million of those will be riding b.a.r.t. get those cars loaded up and taken care of. they expect long lines at the ticket machines. parents know about the importance of bonding with their new baby. how about paid time off to bond with a new pet? it's a thing. first, a woman says her smart p
taking a look at sfoif t th. shouldn't be. temperatures jump about five degrees in san francisco to 70, to about nine degrees in danville and redwood city, 87 and 81. there's more heat coming up tomorrow and wednesday. >> mike, thank you. fresh often winning his third nba championship in four years, steph curry wasting no time talking about the team's success. >> curry appeared on "good morning america" just moments ago. the all-star talking about what >>is year's title means to m, they're excitehid. they're getting old enough to really appreciate kind of watching me on the tv and celebrating with me. have to share this with them, i'm going to do that.
one day i'll look back and appreciate the opportunity i have to kind of be a part of championships and see how happy we were as a family, a team and organization. it's a pretty special opportunity. >> i love that photo, too. >> he looks so fresh. it's so early in the morning. >> he could do this on st by? >> hear how curry and the warriors celebrated in cleveland after the win only on gma. that happens at 7:00 right here on abc 7. not to be outdone, warriors mv p kimmel live!" tonight. he tweeted the news yesterday. that starts at 11:35 right after abc 7 news at 11:00. checking out the roads here this morning, we have a couple of issues in the east bay, trying to get to the bay bridge, you are slow on westbound 80 coming from the richmond area. we hav two-car crash a around solano avenue. we obviously have at least one go from the
hercules area. better news for the bay bridge commute. thereasure island has cleared. traffic is backed up all the way back to the toll plaza, down to 17 miles an hour. that means the backup into the maze is longer than average, too. >> if you're like a lot of us at channel 7, you'll be watching e if you other out there, all the sunshine, 73 at 11:00 to 80. if g remember, have short sleeves on turned neegt the hoodie. it'so ghurrane bud, doesnoi'tng sou impressive, does it, but a category. category 3. good muse is it's going to weaken to a tropical storm and be more of a rain maker as it heads up to baja as we head into the holiday weekend. a woman in michigan fears others could be at risk after
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race, and the counting is still far from over. me shorts and sunscreen. it's going to be a warm week in the bay area. an exciting time for all this to be happening, we have our big parade happening for the warriors. a good monday morning when it comes to mondays. we'll check in with mike nicco t.r a look at the for>> theuns c asthe wa rriors fans tomorrow. first let's get you out the door this morning. 13-mile-per-hour wind at sfo to 10 at fairfield. not very strong. that's a sign high pressure is starting to take over. that's why we've got the warming trend beginning today. you wake up this morning, temperatures in the mid 50s at 7:00. we'll stay in the 60s at 4:00. noon, 73 to 80. that's close to where we ended up yesterday. we still have a couple more hours of warming u 78 to 85 around the bay and inlabd by 4:00, cfo73