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morning. gray on gray to start. if you liked yesterday, you're in luck. good morning. welcome to monday, june 18. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. >> hi, everybody. welcome to monday mostly cloudy sky over sfo at about 60 degrees. i'll keep an eye on it. f in the mid 50s to about 60 this morning. a little warmer than yesterday morning. you're going to notice not as breezy today, slightly warmer except for the coast, of course. where it will be 60. low to mid 70s around the bay at noon. mid 70s to low 80s. still comfortable and more so at 7:00, low 70s. let's bring alexis in and find out about the commute.
>> the main issue stayed the same all morning, south 880, a three-car crash involving a rollover. the good news is, about ten minutes ago all lanes did open back up. the residual delays are heavy from north of state route 348. we have another crash around 880 and state route 92 connector. sounds like that's in the clearing stages, too. here is the golden gate bridge. a little cloudiness and haziness. but no major slowdowns. we'll take a look at drive times coming up at 6:10. >> this is what's left after a series of fires ignited in santa rosa over the weekend. this morning officials say an arsonist could be on the loose. tey want your help in tracking down the suspect. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield live in hayward this morning. the last thing these folks want to see.
>> reporr: they're a very anxious. fire officials say they kno that. this is station number 10 in southwest santa rosa. they say there were up to 13 fires in two hours. they were all very small. they were all grass fires along the santa rosa creek tail near north dutton avenue. officials say no one was hurt and no structures were burned. investigators say they do believe they are all connected. >> suspicious activity, obviously, because of the number of sets in the short amount of time in a very small proximity. >> reporter: no arrests have been made. they think the person doing this is using a butane lighter and is traveling around on a bicycle. firefighters say they are aware of how nervous the ncommunity i. they say they've changed their response a bit. they are quicker now to call for help from other agencies. they say they knocked these fires out pretty quickly. they're also asking that the
community report anything out of the ordinary, especially along that trail. live in santa rosa, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> amy, thank you. a trifecta of firefighting agencies contained two separate grass fires south of pleasanton, alameda, cal fire and livermore pitched in to knock down the flames sunday afternoon. the fires burned a total of about 60 acres along highway 84. chp officers also closed some lanes of highway 84 in the pigeon pass area at the height of that firefighting work. hpening today, if you're in the south bay and you see smoke in the san jose area, it is probably coming from joseph d. grant county park. cal fire is planning to do a controlled burn to clear hundreds of acres of brush in the park. fire officials say people in san jose and the southern part of santa clara valley will be able to see the motor vehicle today and likely into tomorrow as well. nancy pelosi will be at the
u.s.-mexico border for a firsthand look at president trump's zero-tolerance policy policy that has resulted in separating nearly 2,000 from their parents so far. some children are being placed in converted warehouses in texas. at least five members of congress plan to visit two of the shelters today. president trump will discuss immigration proposals tomorrow with members of congress. lawmakers are expected to take them up this week. most people know about hospitals run by the veterans administration. fewer may be aware that the agency also runs nursing homes. recently released documents show nearly half of those nursing homes receive the lowest score possible in health quality. four of those homes are in california and they are -- i'm sorry. it's missing. the v. a. kept the statistics from public view denying veterans critical health care information. the stats were released after the question of secrecy from "usa today." thousands of bay area homes could be under water by 2045
according to a new report. marin county would be the hardest hit with nearly 4400 homes flooded. san mateo at 41900 homes. more than 20,000 homes at risk due to rising sea levels. the report was put together by the union of concerned scientists. results from retesting of samples from the hunter's point land will be available next month. it will cost $250 the u.s. navy will be paying for it. two whistleblowers admitted faking samples and falsified reports. they worked for tech tra tech who was hired to clear up toxic waste from the site. the audi ceo, rupert stadler was detained by german authorities. it's all related to that
volkswagen diesel emissions case itomes cfter prosetors searched stadler's week. the probe focuses on cars sold in europe thought to be equipped with software which turns emission controls off during regular driving. if all that sounds familiar, that's because volkswagen pleaded guilty to criminal charges already here in the united states. in fact, two managers are serving prison time in the u.s. >> new at 6:00, a san francisco supervisor is introducing a new proposal to get residents and businesses to recycle more. "the examiner" reports it would include hiring janitors to sort the trash. under the plan, if the garbage is not sorted correctly, owners will get a warning. if they don't comply, they could be fined up to $1,000 a day. this is part of the city's zero waste program. the goal is to send no more waste to landfills by the end of
2020. only on abc, a woman who survived a roller coaster derailment, what she's revealing about the seconds before she was sent flying into the air. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. pretty nice weather over the weekend. albeit a little breezy, but that coolness is going to stay in the weekend. we're going to go up and down and then right back up through my accuweather seven-day forecast. forecast. some of the hottest tempera crystal geyser alpine spring water starts here, forecast. some of the hottest tempera passes through here, and is bottled right here. at the mountain source. naturally. crystal geyser is the only major u.s spring water bottled at the mountain source. naturally.
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this is abc 7 mornings. >> a quick time check. about 6:so on this monday morning. los gatos the cool spot in the south bay. 51. everybody else in the mid to upper 50s with mountain view. san jose the warm spot at 59. 60 in newark. everybody else in the mid to upper 50s also. let's take a look at what's going on outside. you can see a little june gloom from the exploratorium. we'll have plenty of sunshine this afternoon. exercising, ocean and bay all good. it will still be a little cloudy at the ocean. not nearly as breezy as it was over the weekend there or over the bay. so peninsula 62 this morning.
65 at 10:00. you can see low to mid 70s from noon all the way through about 6:00. we'll take one last look and we'll go into the east bay valleys, warmer temperatures as we warm from 61 to 68 with snoon at 10:00. 80s barely for the afternoon hours. finally i have the all-clear for both crashes, right around this area in hayward. southbound 880 at 92. this is where we've had trouble since about 4:50 this a three-car crash with a rollover and a secondary backup. we checked with chp, all lanes are back open. the bad news, about a five-mile backup remains. drive times overall looking okay, 25 minutes westbound 80 to the maze. 12 minutes across the bay bridge. no delays if you're headed to sfo. happening today, a new service that could make your commute a little easier.
>> according to the san jose daily journal. ferry service between redwood city, tiburon and emeryville. five trips between seven and ten every day. prop sf officials say they believe the service will take 300 cars off the road. he can't inhale. wow. he must be dead. are you dead, sir? >> this video shows a local doctor apparently mocking and doctor apparently mocking and pulling one of her bottom line is, moms love that land o' frost premium sliced meats ve no by-products. [conference phone] baloney! [conference phone] has joined the call. hey baloney here. i thought this was a no by-products call? land o' frost premium. a slice above. shark has added a rotating soft brush. so while deep-cleaning carpets, you can also grab large particles, pull in piles
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london breed will be sworn in as fran's mayor on july 11. breed received the most first place votes in the ranked choice system. former state senator mark leno was neck and neck with her after he got additional votes from supervisor jane kim's supporters. leno conceded the race last week. on abc 7 mornings, breed said she's going to hit the ground running. >> the campaign is over. let's move forward. let's work together, and i truly
believe we have a number of members of the board of supervisors who care about san francisco and care about getting the job done. we will work together to do that. >> in her first 100 days, breed says she will remove all ten encampments and get more people in housing. one of the victims of last webbing's roller coaster derailment speaks out. amanda bostick fell 34 feet to the ground. she says she was praying for the coaster to stop. >> i remember hearing screeching, a lot of sounds that weren't right. i closed my eyes and held on. i remember being airborne, feeling as if i was falling, and feeling as if i was falling, and the next thing i remember falli coming to and waking up. >> the roller coaster passed a state inspection just hours
before the derailment happened. you can hear more from amanda bostick on gma starting at 7:00 this morning. jimmy kimmel took on texas senator ted cruz on a one-on-one basketball game of the weekend. >> he used it as an opportunity to take a shot at cruz over immigration. >> did you spend more time this week practicing basketball than trying to get those kids out of that detention center? >> cruz recently said seeing children separated from parents is heartbreaking, but he says it's inevitable when their family members cross the border illegally. as for the game, cruz and kimmel each pledged $10,000 of their own money to houston charitying. we don't have much more daughter than this because kimmel plans on showing us more on jim"jimmy kimmel live!" at 11:35 tonight. cruz did win 11-9. the competition was so bad, kimmel apologized to the entire game of basketball. >> seemed like a couple awkward
moments. at least the $10,000 will go to a good cause. >> did you see the jersey kimmel was wearing? texas southern, first all black team to win an ncaa championship. >> thank you for that trivia. >> university of texas el paso as we know it. >> let's go t walnut creek. you can see we've got cloudiness out there. reaching about everywhere. even though they're out there, still will turn brighter and warmer this afternoon. cool to partly cloudy tonight and extended several warm to hot days. sliding in behind me, here are the high temperatures today. from 59 at ingleside to 69 in ipgal side. for the east bay, 58 in the morning and about 70 at 4:00. in between our highs will be right around 69 at berk lu to about 76 in fremont.
let's go over towards the peninsula where we'll see sunshine break out after the 7:00 hour. we'll hit the low to mid 70s from mill borrow to menlo park. upper 50s along the coast into daly city. we have 58 in the morning with cloud conditions, sunshine in the afternoon hours hitting 76 in milpitas. 78 in san jose. north bay cloudy and 54. sunshine by noon and temperatures in the afternoon hou hours. our last stop will be our warmer temperatures, cloudiness this morning, sunshine this afternoon and low to mid 80s in our east bay valleys. warmer tomorrow. first sign of 90s. that's a tease. wednesday and thursday we pull back a little bit and mother nature says, you thought that was warm, check out the weekend away from the coast. blistering. looking at a good weekly commute. the metering lights on about
5:22. not looking terrible if you're coming through the maze this morning. looking pretty average if you're paying cash or using fast track. car pool lanes are looking great. not too far from there, likely this truck came from the maze. 7th street on-ramp to southbound 880, we're hearing we've got a big rig that took the turn too fast. that's on its side ride now. the driver is out of the vehicle and it sounds like we don't have any injuries. still trying to bounce back, two crashes south of there. 11 miles an hour and 16 miles an hour as the speeds try to bounce back. we'll look at drive times coming up next. "good morning america" coming up at 7:00 on abc 7. >> ginger zee is live from new york city with a look at what's ahead. good morning, ginger. >> good morning, reggie and natasha. nice to be with both of you on this monday morning. coming up on gma, the battle at the border. new anger erupting over the policy separating children from their parents.
protests breaking out overnight around the country against the zero-tolerance policy. now former first lady laura bush and fers laid da melania trump weighing in. meghan markle's speaking out, what he says meghan told him about having children. the health alert for millions of americans with joint pain. dr. ashton is going to break it down. she shows how much weight affects how many joints and does it all by pounds. it's really interesting. we hope some people can finally get some relief from it. it's all coming up only on "good morning america." >> thank you, ginger. voters going to get the chance to weigh in on new rent control rules in california. plus growing concern this morning after an incident involving a popular eagle family in the south bay. fans are keeping a close eye on one of the eaglets. live outside this morning at 6:21 in the morning. a live look at the embarcadero a
today after the cool weekend. a doctor in the south bay under investigation after getting caught on camera appears to mock a patient. >> sit up. come on. sit up. i'm having you sit up. >> i can't get up. >> this happen at el camino hospital in los gatos. the patient was taken to the hospital after collapsing during basketball practice. he told the doctor he was numb, having trouble breathing and was in a lot of pain. he said he realized something wasn't right. >> i knew from when she said something to the security guard, i already knew from that point, i said, hey, can you please take out your phone. i need you to take out your phone now because i have a feeling something is going to han. >> that doctor has now been >> that doctor has now been identified as beth apologies and are working directly with a patient on this
matter. a measure that could make it harder for landlords to increase your rent will be on november's ballot. it would give cities and counties more authority to enact new laws and could greatly expand the number of properties with rent control. officials in the south bay are on the lookout for one of two baby bald eagles that fell from the tree where its nest is. >> the tree is in the curtner elementary school area. officials have blocked the area around the tree. drivers are being asked to be vigilant and watch out for the eaglet. the eagles returned to the tree earlier this year. next at 6:30, the border battle over the trump administration's no poll rans policy. how a former first lady is responding. the proposal to give every san francisco resident high speed internet access is in big trouble. a big and deadly earthquake
a deadly earthquake in japan. i'm tracking overnight details that hit during the morning rush hour. only on abc 7, a parental alert. concerns after this man is seen taking photos of children at a popular peninsula fair. beyonce and jay-z dropping a surprise album over the weekend that has a lot of people talking on this monday morning, especially now that you don't have to have one particular good morning.vice to hear it. it's monday, june 18. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. we have changes coming our way. >> yes, summer is coming back after it took a little break over the weekend. here is a look at the cloud cover over the last three hours. that's the gray you see creeping off towards the east. let's see what it does to the forecast. it will keep the coast cool as you'll see over the weekend. 55 for you, 60 at noon. upper 50s the rest of the time. for the rest of us, we start around mid 50s to near 60 at
7:00. 68 at the bay to 76 inland noon. temperatures warmer this afternoon. a nice evening on the way, also. temperatures in the low 70s at 7:00. we'll take a look at the hot forecast coming up. we're looking at the san mateo bridge right now. westbound lanes heavy coming off 880. it may take a while to recover from two earlier crashes right around the 92 interchange. all lanes are back open as of about 20 minutes ago. dealing with those residual delays and westbound 92 looking at typical stop-and-go volumes there. westbound 580 tracy to dublin, 1 hour and ten minutes. westbound antioch to concord,3 minutes. san rafael to san francisco 15 minutes. the trump administration's program to separate children
from their parents. >> stephanie ramos joins us live with the e the tails. good morning, stephanie. >> natasha and reggie, good morning. the number of children being taken from their parents after crossing into the united states illegally is now at about 2,000 children. despite criticism from lawmakers and heartbreaking images. the administration's zero-tolerance policy is still in place. >> reporter: this morning an all-out battle brewing over president trump's controversial policy of separating children from their parents who illegally cross the border. lawmakers protesting with immigration advocates, even visiting a detense center outside new york city. >> we spoke to fathers whose children have been ripped from their arms, who have no idea when or if they'll see their children again. >> reporter: some lawmakers calling president trump's zero-tolerance policy inhumane and un-american. >> there's no policy justification for this. it's all political.
>> reporter: today undocumented immigrants who cross the border illegally are being charged with a criminal offense instead of a civil offense, so their kids are being taken away, even those individuals seeking asylum. many of the kids seen sleeping on mats at this facility in texas where families are being held. trump's former chief strategist steve bannon pushing the white house agenda on "this week." >> the morality isn't the law. they are criminals when they come across illegally. that's why they're getting separated. >> reporter: first lady melania trump commenting for the first time on the issue. she believes we need to be a country that follows all laws but also a country that governs with heart. >> laura bush writing an op ed for "the washington post." i live in a border state. i appreciate the need to enforce and protect our international boundaries. but this zero-tolerance policy is cruel, immoral and it breaks my heart.
president trump is set to meet with republican lawmakers in congress on tuesday to talk immigration. there are two immigration bills that will be heard on the house floor this week. live from washington, stephanie ramos, abc 7 news. back over to you guys. stephanie, thank you. meanwhile a large group of people spent father's day in richmond protesting the policy of separating migrant families at the border. about 60 people demonstrated outside the west county detention facility. the protesters chanted to keep families together. one man got emotional describing the decision. >> i just think it's not very american, and i feel like if i was a father and my son was taken away, i'd want people to support us and -- i don't know. it gets me. i just think it's really wrong. >> house minority leader nancy pelosi will visit the u.s.-mexico border to see the impact on the administration's efforts to crack down.
an suv that crashed killing five people was involved in a smuggling operation. all were undocumented immigrants. agents saw the vehicle traveling with two others on a rural highway about 25 miles from the mexico border. agents pulled two cars over. the third vehicle led agents on a chase and went out of control at more than 100 miles an hour. it was packed with mo14 people. parents in san francisco and along the peninsula are creeped out and warning other families about a man who likes to take photos of kids he doesn't know. >> the most recent accident happened this weekend at the san mateo county fair. matt keller live at san mateo police headquarters this morning. good morning, matt. >> good morning, natasha and reggie. san mateo police say they're still investigating this man who claims to be an amateur photographer. they say so far it doesn't appear he's done anything illegal. >> he didn't ask permission. he didn't make it known he was taking pictures.
>> saturday nitrogen fer sght man taking pictures of her son while he was getting his face painted. a lieutenant with the san mateo police department was at the fair. >> when your children are out in public, they are subject to being photographed, but still, we don't know why individua would want to photograph kids. our police minds go in a direction that we want to ensure there's no criminal intent there. >> police say the man does not have a criminal record and claims to be an amateur photographer. they are still investigating and would like to hear from anyone who has seen him photographing children. san mateo police phone number is on our website, abc7news.com. live in san mateo, matt keller,
abc 7 news. now a live desk update. >> here at the live desk, keeping my eye on things in japan. three people are dead after a 6.1 magnitude quake hit the country. look at this new video from overnight. sadly one of those victims was a 9-year-old school girl. she died when a concrete wall at the school fell douchblt two other deaths were men in their 80s. hundreds of others were injured. the quake was centered in osaka in western japan. it happened early in the morning as commuters were heading to work. there are reports of several more deaths. those have not been confirmed yet. tens of thousands of people are without power and water. schools across the country are closed for fear that more damage could hurt more kids. i'll let you know if we get anything before 7:00 a.m. >> voter turnout from the june 5th primary is expected to exceed numbers from the lad
midterm primaries. san mateo and napa switched to all mail-in ballots. officials say turnout was at least 47%, up from 39% four years ago. officials say they will use the same model of mail-in ballots in november because it's easier instead of having to go in person to voting centers the day of. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. upper 50s to near 60 along the peninsula and mid to upper 50s along the coast. it's pretty mild everywhere this morning. 60 in hayward and fremont and around antioch, the rest of us in the mid to upper 50s. los gatos about 51 degrees. here is a look at the san mateo bridge as we look off towards the west. as far as weather goes, cloudy this morning. haven't seen any amounts of fog unless you drive up into it which even then it's in very specific areas, like the east bay hills.
ferry ride and mass transit good today. lighter breezes, a little cool this morning at your stops and your stations. warmer this afternoon. nothing too out of control. in san francisco, mid to upper 50s through the morning hours with the sunshine breaking out during the lunch hour. and then we'll have temperatures in the mid 60s in the afternoon hours. south bay, we've got cloudiness through 8:00 and sunshine at 10:00. 67. mid 70s from noon all the way to about 6:00. 68, pretty comfortable this evening. in the north bay we'll have cloudiness this morning and sunshine at 10:00. 63. we'll be in the low to mid 70s from 1:00 through 6:00. temperatures today getting back to average. going to get hot as we head towards the weekend. here is alexis with your morning commute. >> we've got a couple hot spots to talk about. one in oakland, 7th street on-ramp to southbound 880. we've got a flipped big rig sounds like the truck took the
curve too fast, flipped over, about 80,000 pounds there, sounds like hauling rebar. that driver is out and walking around just fine. not seeing any delays on the mainline. that ramp is partially blocked. that could slow you a bit. this has been one of our trouble spots all morning. southbound 880 heavy through the 92 interchange. we had two earlier crashes, one of those a rollover crash. everything clear for a while. things trying to bounce back. in the south bay, you have been quiet. here is a look at 101 and 880 in the inbound side. the heavier side for the morning commute looking okay. next update coming up in about ten minutes. san francisco voters apparently will not get to decide in november if the city should create a high speed internet service. >> san francisco's late mayor ed lee pushing for a locally run broadband system for years. current mayor, mark farrell, has decided against putting the tax measure on the november ballot and did not give a reason why.
tourists enjoying a popular area when suddenly they're trying to save themselves from disaster. you're looking live at the big board at the new york stock exchange. 6:40 in the morning. we're down about 250 points. netflix making big changes to its sexual harassment policies because of the me too movement. what's no longer allowed for film crews. a live look at sfo this morning. thanks for being up with us. thanks for being up with us. we're the only ones t
how far does crystal geyser alpine spring water travel from its source to the bottle? less than a mile and a half. crystal geyser. always bottled at the mountain source. naturally. back at 6:44 this morning. marlins and giants at at&t park tonight. it's native american heritage night. dropping down to 56 and breezy. pretty typical. here is a look around this day today. 62 in eureka, 62 monterey. temperatures in the upper 80s to near 90. look how cool it is around san diego and l.a. low 70s there. look how great it looks in tahoe at least away from the mountain
down near the lake. 67 in day, 75 tomorrow. temperatures nearing record highs, low to mid ooets through sunday. this is so scary. take a look at this video. the ceiling crashing down on these people inside a tourist center in china. this happened yesterday in huayin city. people tried to put their arms up to protect themself, jump out of the way. at least nine people were hurt. no word yet on why that ceiling collapsed. arson think fires over the weekend are likely linked. abc news reporter amy hollyfield live in santa rosa. good morning, amy. the president is going to put out a press release asking the community to help them find the person doing this. they all happened near this fire station number 10 in southwest
santa rosa. there were 13 fires on saturday night. they were all small grass fires. they all happened within two hours of each other, near or along the santa rosa creek trail. there were ten along the trail and three along the tracks. they're asking the public to be on the lookout. >> stay vigilant. if you see something that doesn't look right, call it in to 911 and we'll follow up and find out what's going on. >> reporter: investigators think the person doing this is using a butane lighter and getting around on a bicycle. no one has been hurt. firefighters say they know how anxious the community is after the october fires and they say they respond a bit differently now. they call for help from other agencies quicker than before. they know these arsons are adding stress to people who were
traumatized by fire last fall. live in santa rosa, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. 6:46 now. a great white shark washed up on a beach in santa cruz county. >> you're looking at a photo showing how big the shark is compared to a person. the chronicle reports a shark researcher does not think those wounds killed the shark. the animal is at a lab where a pathologist will try to determine what did kill it. happening today, gaming disorder will officially be recognized as a medical condition. the term will be in a new draft of the world health organization's classification of diseases. officials say it could not only make gamers more likely to seek treatme treatment, insurance companies may be more likely to cover it as well. for the diagnosis to be made, negative behavior generally needs to last for at least a year. new this morning, a new study shows that weight loss may be a promising treatment for overweight people with the most
common joint disorders. researchers at wake forest university found those overweight or obese with knee osteoarthritis, losing 20% of their body weight, reduction of 25% in pain. >> for every one pound of weight, if you're five pounds overweight, that is the equivalent of 20 pounds of pressure on your knee joint. when this cartilage is compressed, it's like riding a car on bare rims. >> we'll hear what experts say are the best ways to lose weight. that's coming up on 7:00 on good morning america on abc 7. netflix updating sexual harassment policies for film cruise. crew members shouldn't give lingering hugs or stare at anyone for longer than five seconds. according to the independent newspaper in the uk, flirting and asking for a colleague's
phone number, also forbidden. netflix was one of the first companies affected by the me too movement when actor kevin fais spacey was fired from "house of cards." mountain view based google is investing $500,000 in one of china's biggest online retailers. >> it's part of into asian markets. google says it will be able to provide j.d. supply chain and logistics experience to technology to improve shopping ebbs appearan experiences for people around the one. iphone fans get ready. three new phones expect ped to be announced in the fall. apple will unveil a new version of the 5.8-inch iphone x, a budget friendly 6.1 inch phone and a massive 6.5 inch phone. no word on pricing or the exact release date. >> but we just got our phones. >> i know. it's already old.
a live look at the nachk as treading gets under way this morning. analysts are expecting a rocky week on wall street because of growing concerns of a trade war. dow futures were down more than 100 points overnight. you can see that so are we, down 210 points already this morning. jay zee and beyoncbeyonce's album is available on apple music, amazon music and jay zee's streaming service called title. >> the nine-track album is called "everything is love," sending a lot of people into a frenzy. here is the music video. here is the music video. ♪ >> the surprise album dropped saturday and is record lgd under the name the carters. don't do what i did and search under beyond sachlt you're not
going to find it. this video shot in may in the louvre. the company is currently on their on the run two tour. poor christina aguilera who also dropped her album on friday. >> all the buzz not about that. >> no, it's not. but she's a fighter. >> genie in a bottle. >> i can't wait to listen to all those. >> mowing the l aguile aguilera. let's take a look at what's going on. here is a look. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. delays at sfo this morning, maybe 54 minutes on average, trying to get in. make sure you call ahead. we do have cloudy conditions and about 60 without the cool breeze off the
ocean we'll see a little bit of a warming trend. that will pus our temperatures to above average and then some heat relief at the cst during this time. clouds back to the coast by about noon. a little more sticky there than they were over the weekend. by 7:00, you can see them starting to march back across the bay. in the south bay, temperatures average, 76 milpitas. santa cruz, 65, stubborn clouds. upper 50s along the coast. mid and unfortunate per 60s in downtown south san francisco and sausalito. mid to upper 70s through most of the north bay. warmer as you head to the north around lakeport and clear lake. ukiah mid 80s. low to mid 70s for most of the east bay. berkeley, i should have made you 70 so you can fit in with everybody else. about a degree behind. tonight temperatures like this morning, low to upper 50s. my accuweather seven-day forecast, the first warming
trend peaks tomorrow. not too bad. the second one gets really hot, especially inland this weekend. have a good one. here is alexis. >> all right, mike. we're trying to find a problem that originally was reported in the emeryville area. we've been moving our camera around. supposedly a three-car crash east of powell. we looked all through that area, even followed a chp squad car there. apparently they were looking for the same thing. here we are approaching the maze and the bay bridge toll plaza. we're not seeing a crash. hopefully it was mine norp and is already gone. we have another collision westbound 980 off-ramp at 27th street. sounds like a rollover, too. mass transit, golden gate ferry, we have schedule changes for sausalito and tiburon, some will leave five minutes earlier. >> a san francisco band is returning home after all of its gear got stolen from a hotel
parking lot at the beginning of their tour. ♪ >> the stone foxes were in dallas earlier this month when their equipment was stolen. their gear was stored inside a trailer which was attached to their van. now the van was insured. everything else valued at $70,000 was not. rock and roll hall of famer sammy hagar donated and tweeted about the fund-raising effort. >> at first we thought, sammy hagar, that's got tbe someone joking around, putting that name on it. then he tweeted it out and posted about it. what a sweet man. >> it was really nice. the band now has insurance covering their gear. they plan to carry the most valuable and sendmental items with them. soar the gofundme page has raised more than $23,000. if you want to donate, we have a link on abc7news.com. >> the power of a tweet and great fans. very nice.
take a look. it's the girls. a new elephant calf has been born at the australian zoo. this calf was born june 14th. you can see she's staying pretty close to mamma there. getting comfortable in her new surroundings. she doesn't have a name yet. no word on when she'll make her public debut. covered in a little sawdust. so cute. >> now that the dumbo trailer is out. >> coming up, the 7 things you need to know before you go. our instagram photo of the day. isn't that gorgeous? isn't that gorgeous? if you haven't yet, follow us @abc7newsbayarea. a live look outside. keep on top of weather and keep on top of weather and traffic with abc 7 new
it is 6:58. whether you're just joining us or heading out the door, here are the 7 things you need to know before you go. number one, former first lady laura bush is calling the trump administration's new policy of separating immigrant parents from their children cruel and immoral. bush adds it's breaking her
heart. the former first lady made the comments in "the washington post." number two, investigators are looking into a string of 13 ous spi shows fires in sflan rosa. no buildings were damaged. no one was reported hurt. number three, police investigating after a man was spotted multiple times secretly taking photos of young children. the most recent incident happened over the week into at the san mateo county fair. police say so far the man has done nothin illegal. number four, at least three people are dead after a 6.1 magnitude quake in japan. one of the victims was a 9-year-old girl. the quake was centered in osaka. we're watching the stock market this morning. number five, the dow is down amid trade tensions with china, down 205 points. stocks were down most of last week because of fears over a ed tra war. number six, expect sunshine this afternoon. slower breezes and temperatures warming back to average. number seven, on the roads, a few crashes in the oakland area including emeryville
westbound 80 around powell, two lanes blocked. >> we'll be back in 25 minutes with an abc 7 news update. >> thanks for being with goodorng, america. flash flding disaster. massive downpours in the midwest destroying roads. homes and cars under water. residents warned to shelter in place, and now a scorcher for 18 states. temperatures that feel like triple digits spreading from kansas to the northeast. also this morning, battle at the border. protests erupting across the country over the trump administration's zero tolerance policy separating young migrant children from their parents. former first lady, laura bush, now calling it cruel and immoral, and what the first lady, melania trump, is now saying this morning. breaking his silence. duchess meghan's fatsp