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>> announcer: now from abc 7, live breaking news. we gwin with breg news out of oklahoma. all lanes of northbound 880 at 23rd avenue are currently closed. we've been told two steel beams fell from a platform on to the freeway overnight. medics took one person to the hospital. if you having to there traffic to diverted to 23rd avenue. it's not clear how long the closure lasts. we will stay on top of the news and bring you more as the details come in. the time now is 5:00 a.m. saturday november 3rd. i'm chris nguyen. another big story. the red flag warning in effect right now. while the calendar tells us it's early november our fire conditions certainly feel more like late summer. you can see the hills are brown and dry. and warm weather magnifies the
danger. abc 7 news meteorologist lisa argen is here with more. >> good morning to you thap the winds have been kicking up since 1:00 a.m. appear gusts over the east bay hills are up to 50 miles an hour. so the red flag warning in effect through the north bay mountains, east bay valleys, about 1,000 feet the east bay hills until 6:00 tomorrow. north to northeast wind 15 to 30 miles an hour are common but the gusts up to 60-mile-per-hour certainly potential. that brings the relative humidity down to between 8 and 18%. wiltzius dry fuels that could spread fires rapidly so we watch this carefully for you. as a result we are looking at warm weather throughout today but changes for tomorrow. you can see up in knoxville creek wind gusting to 33 miles an hour higher elevations 15 to 20 miles an hour. it's in the 50s for most of you. 54 in vallejo and san jose. 50 in novato. a clear start to the day.
air quality good in the north bay and inland east bay. moderate elsewhere and plenty of sunshine out there. so throughout the afternoon numbers will climb quickly by 2:00 we are well into the 80s over the east bay hills. 70s around the bay. but temperatures will certainly max out in re from 5 to 15 degrees above average. still mild weather. we will talk about the second half of week which is trending cooler in a few minutes. >> all lanes back open on 880 near the san jose international airport this morning. last night a grass fire spreading into trees turned the rush out into a nightmare. look at this video from an abc 7 news viewer of the highway patrol having to close all southbound lanes. officers allowed stranded drivers to make u turns to get off the freeway. the lanes rehoped last night. in sonoma county firefighters battled this building fire before 9:00 last night. half an acre of grass burned.
this is video from an observation camera set up to spot wildfires. the press democrat reports that the firefighters saved a home but a pool cabana was destroyed. a new class of firefighters just learned to fight firefighters as the teachers planned for the red flag wagener. eric thomas went to the training center and learned this is the new norm. >> today's lesson plane make five inch high pressure pressure hose bend to your will. the training is tough on mind and body. >> i thought i was in pretty good shape come in. and you know, i was. but they had challenged us every single day, both in the gym and on the training grounds. >> while the recruits train for a structure fire the teachers plan for a weekend much high fire danger. a red flag warning runs through early sunday morning. >> we expect weather conditions, high heat and high wind to be
conducive to if we were getting a wild land fire to spread quickly. >> fight as fast moving fire is something recruits have to face in a future training evolution. >> we train the firefighters from the ground up, express firs using tools hose lines and the different equipment we have at the district. >> the instructors faced the real thing back in jun when a wildland fire offer ignacio burned 360 acres threatening a pair of subdivisions a quick response and air attack saved homes. but when the recruits move to the field they'll find wildfires that burn hotter, faster and more dangerously than in the past. >> so fire season is no longer fire season. we are at some level of wildland land throughout the year. >> that's why they are taking no chances and have strike teams ready to go in the event of a wildfire that starts that could be added to by the weather this weekend. by the way, the recruit training
program here in concord has been accredited which the state for its excellence, only one of 20 programs in the state of california that have done so. and concord. eric thomas, abc 7 news. as we track -- and stay with abc 7 news as we track the fire danger this we could. you can download the news app to get alerts where you live. new overnight one person is dead and another is missing after a partial building collapse at this amazon distribution center. this is video from the scene in baltimore, maryland, the collapse happened as the storm hit the area. the fire department says it was weather related. at last check crews were searching for the missing person. here at home police in east palo alto want to find three men who kidnapped and sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl. the teenager told officers she was in front of her house -- in front of her home near kuhlee and woodland when the three men forced her into a van around
1:30 yesterday morning. the girl said the men drove her to an unknown location, sexually assaulted her and threw her out of the van. she was able to make it home eventually. the van is described as black with tinted windows. the time is 5:06. san jose police need you to be on the look out for this woman and two children tp he they say she abducted them during a visit. a social worker was with the mother and her children in san jose yesterday amp. the social worker took the daughter to the rest rom when they returned, she said the mother was gone with her son. while the social worker was looking for them, the daughter also went missing. woegt children are believed to be with the mother. police say she may be driving a gray minivan or suv. a b.a.r.t. train cleaner is being called a hero for saving a passenger's life. the worker jumped into action, performing cpr on the man found
unconscious. as abc 7's katie utehs reports the train cleaner says he was in the right place at the right time. >> i wasn't supposed to there. >> vincent cleans b.a.r.t. trains at the enfortunate lynn. . on sunday night he picked up an extra shift at the dublin station. >> one of my coworkers came down and started screaming, someone is dead. >> instinctually vincent rushed to the first car. >> i can't say what made me take action. i seen him and seen hi eyes in the back of his head. i jumped in there and had to do something. >> the 20-year-old man was unconscious his lips blue. >> i picked him up and place hildeman on the floor. >> how long he performed cpr. >> straight down straight down. >> he was unsure. >> i was focused on him at that time. i feel something touch me and say do you want me to take over? i said no i got it. for some reason i felt connected with him. >> it was a b.a.r.t. officer she
helped with breathing. the man was conscious when paramedics took him to the hospital. >> can you imagine saving somebody's life? a day that he is not supposed to be here? >> vincent learned cpr at a previous job high pressure his boss took cpr when she started at b.a.r.t. and would like the training made available again. >> we took the training the 30 years i've been here never had to use it. >> i was just there at the right time. he is the hero for coming back and fighting. he want today live and survive. >> because of a patient privacy laws vincent has no idea how the young man is doing. b.a.r.t. police told him the man celebrated his 20th birthday on sunday. vincent says he would like to connect with him and let him know that people do care, even strangers. in millbrae, katie utehs, abc 7 news. just three days noul million the midterm elections. in santa kruds the battle over a rent control z measure is getting divisive.
amanda del castillo is explaining how a flier is causing controversy. >> this longtime landlord says it started with his concern over measure m and a google search. >> google gang images. i said some for ariana brotherhood and ms 139. >> he put the pictures on floiers with the messages meet your new neighbors. >> he says the posters were in specific portion to measure millimeter which would prevent them evicting a ten zbloont when you lose control over the unit who lives there, how long they stay there. how many people can be in the unit. >> abc 7 news chosen to blur the images. critics like the this man like students united with renters say mossenee's message is clear. >> like underlying racism that is present in santa cruz that maybe people aren't willing to admit. >> hirschfield says when mossen even address showed up he only saw the flier with ms 137
members exhibitinged. connecting people much color to crime, they say. >> yes i am. >> on friday hirschfield and other measure m support he is marched against mossen even's actions. >> the landlord tells abc 7 news he is apologizing and understands now his actions were ill timed and picture choice was in poor taste. still he stands behind the message. >> hirschfield tells me measure m supporters don't want the apology. instead he says those opposing the measure aren't doing enough to distance them from mosinine. abc news. governor brown stepped out on the campaign trail to oppose proposition 6, prop 6 would repeal the 12 cent per gallon gas tax increase that sacramento lawmakers set in motion last year to pay for road and bridgework. critics say it's too heavy a
burden on drivers. >> commuters in the bay area would end up saving as much as $800 a year if prop six passes process working families are voting yes on prop 6. >> we need to to fix roads and bridges. this is a great opportunity to show the rest of the country that california knows how to invest in its future. >> lawmakers say if they lose the revenue from prop 6 they are unsure how to fund future and current roadwork. >> count on abc 7 for election news coverage. the new york will have coverage of the biggest races around the country beginning 5:00 tuesday night and live local election coverage on abc 7 nuts at 9:00 on coffey tv and here at 11:00 on abc 7. coming up an i-team exclusive on the elections next week. some opponents raising questions about how santa clara county sheriff laurie smith sought
so we've got this wildland urban interface area. we all love our parks and the best way to keep them healthy is to come in and manage them. hi my name is eileen theile. i'm acting fire chief for east bay regional park district's fire department. what keeps me up at night is that people have a short memory. they'll forget the oakland hills firestorm that happened in 1991. we lost well over 2000 homes, 26 people lost their lives, we really need to stay vigilant especially with climate change. this area, california, is a fire prone landscape. the one thing that we can control is the fuels. east bay regional regional park district partners with pg&e to annually thin or remove more than 1000 acres of hazardous vegetation. pg&e is accelerating its wildfire risk reduction program, pruning around overhead electrical lines, reducing the fuel loads underneath those electrical lines to help reduce the spread of wildfire. what we're really doing is making the property that's adjacent to their homes safer. pg&e, east bay regional park district,and our communities, we're all in this together to keep people safe.
fireworks in the santa clarp county sheriffs raise race. with the election next week laurie schmiege's opponents are raising questions about how she sought endorsements pmt two opponents say she tried to hand owl political favors in exchange for support. i-team rep. >> dan hirokawa was once the second in command to smith. now he is providing a tough challenge to smith who has held the office this story began when martin monica called me three weeks. he is one of the candidates to be knocked out of the primary.
he says after the loss laurie smith and her second in command met martin and his son at this peet's coffee. >> trying to get him to publicly endorse her she gave them the new sheriff's patch. >> she brought internal documents that have jobs for us to apply for and get. >> she also said well you could go -- you could do this one here, or you know whatever you apply to, give me a call use my name and well get threw. >> after martin monica says laurie says this text saying hi martin i have info your sore your son thank you for endorsing me. but monica is not endorsing laurie snigt. >> it wasn't the right thing to do. i vote for people that i believe will do the correct job. >> vote are former candidate for sheriff and retired lieutenant jose salcido he saw something wrong in this restaurant across from city hall. >> the sheriff would like to
know if you would entors her. >> he made an offer to endorse her. >> what if we wraut you back as a captain. >> i said that's interesting. >> salcido sent a meeting to the district attorney requesting a meeting regarding illegal actions by laurie smith. i've experienced offers from sheriff smith in exchange for support and i'm aware of other candidates experiencing the same. john chase from the d.a. public integrity unit answered not everything that is unanswered or illegal is a crime and later declined to investigate. >> did he indicate that, this is just the way things. >> he did say this is politics. you've backup involved in politics long enough to know that it goes on all the time. i said well it doesn't make it right. >> john chase declined an interview but sent a statement the promised promotions under the circumstances allegedly made could though not be proved to be crimes. plaintiffs laurie smith also declined to be interviewed but messaged me on facebook that in
desperate last minute mud shrinking is a lie we met with you will a the candidates that lost in the primary as a matter of common practice. you can smell the desperation from my opponent and her supporters. >> her opponent tells me he hasn't raised this issue in kping li campaigning even though he heard stories from the other candidates months ago. >> let's try to get those votes based on the merits who john hirokawa is versus trying to disparage the incumbent about her tactics. >> for the i-team, dan noyes, abc 7 news. late last night undersheriff rick song messageland our facebook saying jose salcido is a bold faced liar i would not offer him a position. time is 5:17. dungeness crab season is here. the season officially opened midnight. kate larson reports from half moon bay. >> we spent the last two weeks getting the boat ready for crab season. it's a brand-new boat we just
got from san diego. spent about eight days on the water. this is the crew on the boat for the trip. a lot of people on a small boat. and spent the last two weeks getting ready. >> you're not sick of each other yet. >> i can't answer that. >> for the past 20 years. woody woodward has spent the last few weeks of this season in half moon bay fishing for crabs. we are looking for a 7 inch crab. >> that would be a giant crab. >> but it's not all about the crab. woody introduced me to the friends and the giant game ofgenica which is not easy on a boat with the wind off the pacific. >> oh. >> might not catch crab tomorrow or tonight. but just bringing -- bringing everybody together, it's nice to have everybody come together. >> any type of oily smish is best for bait. >> shop it up put in the bag in
the crab pot. >> exactly. >> by the time the sun sets the rig was ready. now, wait and see if the crabs are crawling towards the bait. >> commercial crab fishing season starts here november 15th. whether catching them yourself or buying them at the story i'm told boiling the crabs upside down in salt and fresh garlic and eat them straight out of the pots the way to go. in half moon bay, kate larson, abc 7 news. >> announcer: now the accuweather forecast with lisa argen. here is live doppler 7 and clear conditions. you can see the low clouds off shore and we are looking the a a warmup today. warm the past several days. little has changed except for a wind shift bringing dryer air and the possibility of high fire danger here. and if a fire is ignited the winds could rapidly spread that. right now we are looking at appear warmup in vacaville, 71 dgrees right now. you've had a north wind all night allowing for the temperature to jump.
51 in oakland. 58 in san francisco. 50 in santa rosa. usually we have plenty of 40s this time of year. it's cool ner parts of the south bay and east bay this morning do you to clear skies. but check out vacaville, 23 degrees warmer than yesterday at this hour. this gives you the indication of we are we are headed. a warm day today. if we measure the moisture in the air right now at 6:00, 92% relative humidity right now. this is when we get the highest relative humidity in the early morning. but already it's drying out in the north bay. so the winds and the warmer temperatures will certainly have affect on the dry air. getth dryer through the day. by noontime the relative humidity in napa is 16%. look at east bay hills and the color coding here. as that darker shade comes into effect. . that is the dryer air. and then by midnight tonight you notice that the relative humidity begins to cover a bit into the east bay. but in higher he feels where the wind has been blowing and the temperatures are warm you'll notice that it's going to take
some time for the relative humidity in the fields to recover and get moisture in the air. as we look at highlights, the fire danger is eed for the weekend. sunny and warmer this afternoon. daylight saving time ends so that gives us an extra hour of sleep tonight. that certainly something to look forward to. clocking the winds throughout the day notice the color coding here with the blue. the east and the north bay, the strongest winds and then through the evening hours and the overnight hours we still have the gusty winds. certainly along the coast, and the direction out of the north northeast, certainly a recipe for concern. as we go through tomorrow you notice the winds dial back. so we fall wak an hour tonight. the sun ris are rose this morning 7:37 and tomorrow at 6:38. certainly looking at shorter days and the warmer day today, cooler day tomorrow near 80 inland. monday little change. and then tuesday finally getting slightly cooler air in the
inland east bay. 76 in san francisco. 80 in oakland. 82 in san jose. 87 degrees in concord. tonight with the clear sky, windy conditions in the hills 40s and 50s. download the app and check out the seven-day forecast today, the warmest day of the week and then notice the cooldown. sults at first which the middle of the work woke we see the 70s. certainly way warm for this time of year. >> absolutely, lisa, thank you ncht breaking news video into the abc 7 newsroom. shows the steel beam that fell from a platform onto interstate 880 in oakland. all lanes apartment 23rd avenue are closed. this was in a construction zone. at least one car was damaged and ended up on its side. the chp says a 28-year-old woman as speeding lorts control and hit a support beam. she was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening
injuries. traffic is being diverted to 23rd avenue. we will stay on top of the news and bring you details throughout the morning. >> just ahead, fraud warning. the phone scam one bay area police department wants to warn you about this you only have one chance to make a first impression. progressive can't protect you from becoming your parents, but we can protect your home and auto when you bundle with us. -whoa! the club is rockin'!
as. >> sarah boreal he is came to san francisco protecting her musical warts. she is not in the show but wrote all the incredible music like this ♪ when she is bruised ♪ and gets used by men who can't love ♪ >> you group up in eureka, right. >> i did, yes. >> what was that musical like? >> the eureka musical. >> yeah. >> what a great question. you're the only person to ask that request question. that's a great question. it's like one part kind of crunchy grant oela, one part like lagers and fisherman. it's a lot of me singing to imaginary forest animals. >> i love her sarah's musical ml waitress has a fair with her ob jchlt gyn and has to fix that. plays through the week. a big celebration in oakland for
dia de los muertos. unity council this year the theme is a dream for all. that sunday 10 to 5:00. and world's adoorable dog breed has a celebration in mission bay. the everybody loves a corgi meets up at in park at 11:00. drama, honoring, the dead and dogs. sounds lake a full weekend. from all of us here, have fun. still to come on abc mornings staying on top of breaking news, a freeway closure in oakland after beams fell in
highway patrol joins us on the phone. good morning, officer hammer. we understand a driver who was speeding could be to blame for the mess. walk us through what happened. >> yes, good morning. so approximately 3:40 this morning we had a driver in a ford expedition travel northbound 880 approaching 23rd avenue. the driver a 28 female from hayward lost control of the ford expedition. the expedition yshd crashed into support beams holding girders on the new 23rd avenue overpass being constructed. the girders crashed across all four lanes of northbound 880. the driver was transported for non-life threatening injuries. we kurmt from 880 northbound shut down with traffic being diverted at 23rd avenue. >> and we. >> and currently at this time we don't have an estimated time of opening. >> and officer hammer i'm looking at some of the images. it's pretty incredible the driver was able to essentially
walk away with non-life threatening injuries. >> that's correct. you see the damage there. there is a lot of debris, a lot of things could have gone wrng for the driver this morning. and you know, it's miraculous she is alive and only with non-life threatening injuries. >> i know will you stay on top of this and let us know as soon as the lanes are able to be reopened. we are staying on top of the breaking news out of oakland. right now all lanes at 23rd avenue at on interstate 880 in oakland closed right now. an accident -- affecting traffic here. you can see this backup. and this intense scene with all of the debris that's now scattered across the roadway at this part of the investigation. chp saying that a driver is to blame after speeding and so we will -- follow the story for you this morning and bring you more details and try to get more details and bring those on abc 7.com as well pl let's get a
check of the weather now with our meteorologist lisa argen tracking life doppler 7 for us. good morning to you. the red areas behind me highlighted for elevated fire danger throughout the day today. for the north bay mountains and east bay hills with winds right now 15 to 30 miles an hour. but the gusts could be well above that 50 to 60-mile-per-hour. bringing the relative humidity down. we call the fuels with lower moisture in the air that can spread fires if anything is ignited we watch that for you. and we see the winds in the north bay are gusting to 34 miles an hour. knoxville creek. 11 to 15 miles in the north bay. but raft hour mount doebl o has gusts at 54. 58 in frist. 5 a in half moon bay you can see how clear it is in san francisco. numbers well into the 70s along the shoreline today. the air quality not so great on the coast in the central bay.
moderate air quality in the central bay the santa clara valley and temperatures in the 60s by 10:00 and the oranges indicate the warmer air moving from the upper willings elevations with the brezy winds. >> thanks. new this morning fire officials are investigating a fire at castro valley high school. flames broke out on the roof between the administration building and 200 hall. the fire was out before 7:30 last night thankfully no one was hurt. new details about a deadly crashed that knocked out power to thousands of customers in santa clara. police say the driver 45-year-old francis was speeding when he lost control and hit a power pole on sand thomas expressway in he will cammen oi real. it cut power to 2,700 customers. the driver died but no one else was hurt. more than 200 marriott works in oakland go back to work. the workers ratified an agreement to end the strike yesterday.
they've been calling for better pay for more than a month. this agreement does not impact n san francisco marriott locations. those workers remain on strike. abc 7 news anchor dion lim talked to employees about how this affects them and their families. >> reporter: for the past 30 days julian has been on the picket line fighting forefair wages so he and his wife of 13 years can just in his words live a normal life. >> i don't feel like my wife and i can afford to have children in this city that i would be able to really afford that and to be able to raise them in the way i would want to raise them. >> julian has been a bellman at the w hotel for eight years and makes just over minimum wage plus tips. he claims to work 28 or 32 hour shifts to mick ends meet. story not unlike the union members who work at marriott
properties. we found rachel even her 10-year-old feels the money woes. >> she struggles not having the money. i feel like i need to help her og on something. >> even a rent increase is just too much. >> he asked me, mom, what can i do? at the mayor owe marquis during a picket line pause, the effects of the strike could be felt outside. maria is visiting from southern california. this rewards member changing allegiances after learning about the working conditions. >> you want to stay at a hotel there is people to take kir of you. but i don't want to stay somewhere people are protesting because i believe in fair wages. >> until that happens these workers will stay swrp else as well on the sidewalk outside. the union is set to negotiate on november 12th. according to many of the workers i spoke with any say they are optimistic this will come a end. in san francisco, abc
7 news. election day on tuesday. a record number of californians are registered to vote. that's the first step. you still have to cast your ballot. abc 7 news news reporter leslie brinkley encourages everyone to get in re votes in. >> deer young people. >> don't vote, don't vote. >>. everything is fine the way it is. >> nationally there are viral videos like this one taunting young voters to vote. because seniors certainly do. meanwhile locally, silver haired soldiers armed with cell phones ad ipads are tapping in voter heads. actually getting get out the vote messages. >> you are technology savvy. >> we are technology savvy. 66 of us here in ross more part of the texting dwroup are part of the texting group that started in march. and we have texted over 3.6 million people. >> locally, republicans are also on the move. >> we have also deployed about 20,000 door hangers who our
recommended candidates and endorsed candidates are. and we deployed hundreds of thousands of digital ads. >> i worked on jfk's campaign. >> the democrats of ross mother are happy they say to have a dig name. >> we are the gray army. and honestly, i think we are the gray activist army who are doing this work on before of not just ourselves to save medicare and social security, but for our children and our grandchildren. >> that gray army is also deploying those with the best penmanship. cursive counts. they sent out 16,000 handwritten post cards. >> i find a lot of people that get the big campaign envelopes just toss them in the waste paper basket but nobody is not going to read a handwritten post card. >> a secret tactic. >> a secret tactic of the old people. >> i'm leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. and stay with abc 7 news for complete election dofrmg. you can find a guide to all of the measures and propositions on your ballot at abc 7
news.com/election. the time is 5:37. palo alto police are warning people of a phone scam involving a suspect pretending to be an officer with the department. they say a man who received three calls on tuesday was scammed out of $10,000. two of them were from people claim to be immigration workers. a third came from someone claiming to be officer jim hopper who told him to cooperate with the immigration. police say there is no officer by that name. and that they will never ask for payment over the phone. still ahead on abc 7 morpgs, why you could be seeing the toys "r" us mascot popping up this holiday season. and it's the parker time to stock up on books. the prices you fund at the annual event and the perk if you wait until the last day. time right now is 5:38 heading to break. a live look outsideed embarcadero in san francisco and the bay bridge there in the distance. lisa argen will have the full
the largest used bock sale on the west coast continued in san francisco in weekend. i wa it's the 54th annual friends of the public library book sale. at if it mason. the sale raises money for san francisco's public libraries. >> there is fresh merchandise coming in every day. appear the prices are right. and i hope everybody comes down. >> all books are three or $4, depending on if if hard cover or paperback. tomorrow the final day of the sale all books are $1. check it out from 10:00 to 6:00
today and tomorrow. lisa argen has been a tracking the forecast for us. and the summer-like conditions certainly not good in terms of fire danger. >> not winds have increased 30 to 50 miles an hour to mount diablo. . that's why we have the red flag warning in effect. 58 here in san francisco. and look how clear it is across the bay. more mid-50s. but we're looking at a very warm day today, as much as 15 degrees above average. i have the temperatures and a look at the second half of the weekend and whether or not we can get cooler air and maybe rain for the work week next with the accuweather seven-day forecast. >> thanks. heed upead, klay torlast nute
much of the bay area. we'll get a check of the full accuweather forecast and the summer like conditions with lisa argen. but first? sports, all three bay area college footballs on the road. san jose state will try for the sparnt as second straight he they vase welcome. stanford against wrkt. kick-off at husky stadium at 6:00 p.m. and cal can become bowl eligible with the win over washington state at 7 coop 45. the warriors are off until monday after kicking off november at oracle against minnesota. here is sports director larry beil with the highlights on morning sports. >> good morning, the warriors were trying to extend the winning streak to 7 games hosting minnesota. t-wolves bicker store. he had general body soreness let's talk about my soreness. let's talk about with authority. that's a way to start the game.
dame jan jones ob the lob from draymond green. warriors had 12 of the first 15 shots. i slam therefore i am by durant. 33 for k.d. >> jimmy butler. i'm so sore. he had 21. t-wolves. you have heard the term shooters bounce. steph curry has. 28 for curry. warrers up three at half. andrew wigans with 13 at the third as the t-wolves take control led by 4 after arthro. klay thompson says no. opens the fourth with eight points. dubs take the lead don't look back. 116-99 warriors won seven straight. trouble in laker land. 3-0 5 record. magic johnson edmond i should luke johnson lakers need to win sooner than later. so much of the patient proecht discussed in training camp. >> do you feel management will
give you the latitude to be patient. >> i feel like i have a great recommendation with management. >> do you feel like you have job security. >> i feel like i'm here to do my job and coach and i i don't feel like i'm going into that. >> that wasn't awkward taurl, right. i love magic. we are friends. is he here? you know who has a lot of friends? niners quarterback nick mullens. threw three touchdown passes in a wipeout of the raiders and got verified on twitter. what a thursday night he had. carving up the raiders who offered almost no resist resistance. chucky identified the problem. >> i think we gave up six plays for 240 yards. six plays yielded 240 yards. and that can't happen. and it continues to be a big part of our problem. we have to fix it. i know people are saying when are you going to fix it? well we're trying. >> mark davis is wondering when
are you going to fix it for $$100 million. that's a wrap on morning sports. i'm larry beil. >> the accuweather forecast with lisa argen. good morning, to you. it's going to be a warm saturday out there. kohler sunday and a live look outside. you can see from the east bay hills camera, looking very still here. but the camera while they may be shaking in some short time period because we are looking at gusty winds out of the north and east bay hills. we have the red flag warning in effect. elevated fire danger for the hills and for the weekend all temperatures come up. in fact 15 degrees above average. and looking at daylight savings time ending. and that will bring an extra hour of sleep for us tonight. that's some god news. also a cooler day tomorrow on sunday. you can see the flag is flat there. and the the winds right now are just in the upper elevations. that's where they say throughout much of the day. although the wind coming to the surface and the wind direction
unless you are right at the coast you notice the offshore flow. if you are hiking or biking in the hills around the bay. 53 in hayward. 48 in novato. 54 on the coast. looking at numbers in the 60s down around los gatos and 71 in vac value. temperatures warmer in some spots, where the wind has been blowing. elsewhere it's kohl frere concord to oakland to mountain view. checking the moisture in the air it's drying out in the north bay to 24%. the next several hours remember the temperatures warm and we are down to 11% relative humidify in cloverdale. 13% in fairfield. with the winds throughout the afternoon 24% in concord. 3:00 notice along the coast certainly more moisture here in the air. and then looking at the overnight areas allowing for just some bit of a recovery, not a lot. we should be better than .% by the delta through the overnight. it's taking another day or so. the winds will shift and we'll see the on shore flow cool us
off tomorrow. but today looking at winds out of the northeast and right by calistoga and napa throughout the tai. 10 to 15 miles an hour winds. and throughout the evening hours notice the blues indicated from the north and the east bay, the breezier winds around the bay. and then through tomorrow it looks like the winds are dialed ba back. but it's a well above average day today. wrmest of the week. the sunrises at 7:37 today. tomorow at 6:38. then looking at shorter days. highs around the bay looking for 80 in oakland. san jose 82. look at the mid-80s in the inland east bay. warm day in livermore at 86. 83 in sand rafael. san francisco in the mid-70s. then tonight no fog to speak of with the clear sky and conditions windy in the upper elevations. temperatures will be held in the 50s. we will cool off. the accuweather seven-day forecast, 60s at the coast. low 80s around the bay.
upper 80s inland. download the accuweather app and the cooling is underway more significantly tomorrow. a little change monday and then election day looking at the cooler weather. >> all right, lease is a, thank you. uber has filed an application to restart driverless vehicle testing after being put on hold to investigate a deadly crash. nearly eight months ago one of the suvs hit and killed a woman crossing a stret in arizona. the backup driver was watching a tv show on her phone. uber said it will new have two human backup drivers as well as other safety measures. the company plan foss restart testing first in pittsburgh, pennsylvania. 5:51 is the time. credit card fees some avoidable some not all costly. why don't you stop paying them? 7 on your side's elk michael finney can show you how. >> your credit card issuer and your behavior may be meteorology are piling on fees. but there is something you can do about it. ask your bank to stop it.
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female from hayward lost control afford expedition. crashed into a support beams holding steel girders on the new overpass that's being constructed. knows steel girders crashed across all four lanes of northbound 880. the driver was transported for non-life threatening injuries. >> at least one car was damaged and ended up on its side. it's unclear how long the lain he is will closures last. stay with abc 7 news for updates on the news. another big story, the red flag warning. the calendar tells us it's early november but the fire conditions feel more like late summer. can you see hills around the bay area are brown and dry. and warm weather magnifies the danger. abc 7 news meteorologist lisa argen is here with more. lease is a good morning to you. chris, good morning. it's a dry start to autumn