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miles in petaluma. three miles elsewhere. but the cold temperatures this morning from the north bay valleys that we're watching because we have a frost advisory through 9:00. you can see why. it's chilly novato. 34 in napa temperatures in the upper 30s in concord with 36 in livermore. and 40s in the south bay.he are that will see numbers level up to the upper 20s. that's anywhere from 8 follow 11 to 12 degrees cooler than yesterday at this point. the air quality is an issue. the spare the air alert today and tomorrow with unhealthy air mainly in the north bay and inland east by. looking for poor air quality elsewhere around the aand we talk about when we see any other significant weather head our way so we can improve things in terms of the air quality. that's coming up. chris. >> thanks. this morning tens of thousands of of people are out of homes in butte county as the
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most druskt wildfire in california history continues to spread. >> we hope right now that our home is fud cam 6,500 homes and more than 250 businesses. 9 people have died and three dozen people remain missing. last check, the fire burned 90,000 acres. containment at 5%. president trump is responding to the fires burning in california right now. overnight he threatened to stop federal funding. this is what he tweeted just after midnight. it says, there is no reason for these massive deadly and costly forest fires in california. except that forest management is so poor. billions of dollars are given each year with so many lives lost, all because of gross mismanagement of the forests. remedy now, or no more fed payments. in comes as we learn more about what may have started the deadly fire in butte cnt ab 7 news reporter amanda castillo has the story. >> reporter: hell fire radio
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transmission suggests the utility giant pg&e may be responsie campfire. 15 minutes before the deadly campfire began turning paradise into an apocalyptic scene, pg&e doekted a transmission line outage across the feather river from poe dam. >> possible power line down. >> resulting in a power outage at 6:15 a.m. calfire says the fire started near the area at 6:33. >> these are things that shouldn't happen. >> jerry hill senator has remained critical of pg&e he author the sb 7819 meant to protect the pg&e skpers from disaster related rate hikes. this year calfire found the utility started at least 12 wildfires in the october 2017 fire storm. investigators found pg&e violeted state code in eight of the fires, including the devastating and deadly adobe and atlas fires. which torched the north bay. attorney frank pitre is
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representing victims of the north bay wildfires against the utility giant. >> at this point in time, more questions than answers. however, because i've been through -- i've seen this movie now -- this is the fourth time that i have seen this movie. i think i know how it's going to end. >> reporter: but there is still a long way to go in this campfire fire fight. >> this has potential for a major incident. request 15 additional engines. >> reporter: pg&e e-mailed a statement to abc 7 news saying the cause of the campfire has not been determined. and pg&e will fully cooperate with any investigations. pg&e warned customers it might shut down power to parts of butte confidante just two days before the campfire ig natured. we no he that was never the case. i'm amanda del castillo, abc 7 news. as you can imagine evacuation centers are filled. the redr v salcedo brings us the
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update from chico. >> yut door lamp posts illuminates the thick smoke-filled area. the raging kampa fire forced tens of thousands of residents to evacuate and overwhelmed several shelters. red cross volunteers brought in extra beds at the shelter in chico to accommodate more evacuees. >> we slept in the car overnight probably do that tonight. >> nicole reardon packed up precious belonging in her mom's car after being forced to leave her vehicle behind. >> we got as much as we can my car was left behind because of not enough gas. >> away from the fire zone nicole's main concern is what's left of her paradise home. >> i know ace hardware burned down we were rightably. it had to go through us to get to them. and our side of the hill is completely burned. we're about 95% sureou is gone. >> for the homes still standing looting has become a concern in the devastated areas. the sheriff with a stern
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warning. >> loot something a despicable crime. if you go into an area where people have been displaced and you steal from this them that is the lowest form of thievery. we take that very seriously. we are going to do everything we can to catch. >> you officials asking for patience from residents during uncertain times now. many praying for the best. >> we are just hoping right now that our home is going to be okay. >> others preparing for the worst. >> we might rebuild. we might move out of state. we might move somewhere else. we just don't know. >> officials do not have a time line when evacuees will be allowed to return to paradise to see for themselves the damage that's been left behind. in the meantime there are still 35 people who have been rorepord missing. officials say they might not be missing but haven't been able to make contact with loved ones. in chico. carlos salcedo, abc 7 news. >> nearby down of paradise officials estimate only
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10 to to% of homes are still standing. abc 7 news reporter laura anthony has a closer look at the devastation. >> reporter: we are in downtown paradise, a town that 26,000 people called home. that is before the fire. now it's a town that's been virtually destroyed in less than 24 hours. the road through paradise is now lined with scenes of apocalyptic destruction. and jarring signs of sheer terror and panic. abandoned cars line the roadways. there are trucks, even a school bus among them. some even ran off the road or smashed into one another as drivers tried to escape the wall of flames. now we know at least 5 people here didn't make it out. though the wind driven flames have moved through what's left in their wake is devastating. in every direction left and
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right street after street the homes are gone. and so are most of the businesses. >> the town is devastated. it's devastated. we're grateful that we got people out as quickly as we did yesterday. but we have a lot to do. to rebuild. >> paradise mayor jody jones and councilmember staef crowder surveyed the town trying to keep an eye toward the future amid the darkness. >> about 80% of the houses in town are gone. and our downright is devastated. this fire took everything. it wasn't a section. it was townwide. >> reporter: this is just one of more than 200 businesses that burned here in paradise, probably in a matter of minutes. it will now take this community many years to recover. in paradise, laura anthony, abc
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7 news. smoke from the campfire is drifting into the bay area. a spare the air alert is in effect through monday. meteorologist lisa argen is back with more. and lisa, this is problematic especially for sensitive groups. yes, chris, it's about as bad as it was a year ago with the october fires up in santa rosa. as up the spare the air alert over the weekend through monday -- now the worst air quality has been in the north bay and our inland east bay. now it may drift around a little bit. but overall we are still in this pattern with the lit winds, high pressure on top of us, allowing to put a lid on the atmosphere. right now the winds are light. but this is significant because not only do we need wind but the wind will switch around, ramp up from the other direction, the offshore wind bringing the high fire danger again. low relative humidity overnight into tomorrow. but as for now we look at the smoke, the haze, through today and tomorrow. if you are sensitive you may want to think twice about heading out or getting a mask. >> and with the concern over the
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smoke and the air quality across the bay some play it safe by staying inside as lisa mentioned but others are venturing out. here is abc 7 news career coronell bernhard. >> delasalle hosted pittsburg on the grid ironed from. >> it's a big rival. >> but sam rivera had concerns about his son praying with so much unhealthy air. smoke from the campfire. >> seems okay right now. >> some schools were cancelled. >> the pittsburg high principal said poor air quality for some east bay high school games to be rescheduled but not this one. even though you could see the smoke particles falling unthe lights. >> they kept going on the app and looking at the air quality. it was at 77. has to be at 100 before they eystad not to play. we weren t stil >> few bundled up and came out forhe holiday>> wanted
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skate with my friend. >> christopher daniel from clayton had a tough day at school with the smoke. >> some of my friends at school, they had like sore throats and stuff. we stayed in. >> the kids wanted to km out we decided to come out. >> we found lots of empty outdoor tables at downtown restaurants. the owner of 1515 restaurant lang said i lost business of the smoke. but this girl and her friends decided to brave it by the fire. >> and i walked outside this evening. it was smoky. i could barely breathe walking outside and i just immediately it was headache inducing. >> she air quality as improving. now 16 high school football games in the north and east bay have been rescheduled. most played on monday. for the veterans day holiday. in concord, coronell bernhard, abc 7 news. two massive fires in southern california last night fire crews from alameda, alameda county and oakland headed out to help fight the flames. le. the hill and woolsey fires are
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burning in the greater los angeles range. so far they have scorched nearly 40,000 acres combined. two bodies have been found where the woolsey fire is burning. investigators are still working to determine if the deaths are fire related. more than 250,000 homes are under mandatory evacuation orders. this morning we have new video showing the frantic moments as one woman escaped. >> please, god. please. oh, my god. oh my god. oh, my god. oh, my god! oh, my god. oh, my god. >> this is video from malibu. you can hear the young woman terrified as she drives through the embers. she was able to make it to safety. at least 100 homes have been destroyed tlyn jenner's malibu home. other evacs include lady gaga. kim kardashian west and melis s
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interstate 880 in oakland will open this afternoon. one woke ago a driver crashed into a support beam for the overpass project. that caused temporary giant steel girders to fall on the
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roadway. caltrans says the crash did not impact the safety of the bridge. work began in 2015 on the estimated $102 million project including the 29th' avenue overcrossing. in san francisco police will increase patrols in parts of golden gate park after two fires yesterday. flames burned dry brush near the polo fields after 5:30 last night. another fire broke out at the same time near the casting pools. dozens of firefighters responded and got both fires under control in about 30 minutes. no word on how the fires started. as we mentioned earlier, the campfire is now the most destructive wildfire in california history. 7 on your side michael finney has advise for victims how to deal with the aftermath. >> reporter: unfortunately this is not our first time around the block. >> yeah, it's very sad. my heart and all my prayers go out to everyone in paradise, and really everyone throughout california that's joining the
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fire survivor club. it is horrendous. >> brad scherrwood knows. he became a memoranda year back when he lost his home in santa rosa to fire. he lived through a lot and says the new fire victims will too. >> unfortunately, what you are about to embark on is going to be a marathon. and just -- just take a moment -- you've just vif vif vf major wildfire. you have to recognize that and just breathe. >> brad says get your housing situated right away. houtsing will be in short supply. janet ruiz is with the insurance information institute. she says next get some living expenses from your insurance company. >> we have additional living expenses that can be paid out to help you with hotel, extra food costs, and figure that's going to ensue in the next few weeks. >> then once settled in she says make a list of everything you
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lost. amy bach heads up the consumer group united policy holders. >> a lot of people have a sort of fairy tale idea they've gotten from tv ads that the insurance company is going to come along and make everything okay. and that just is not how the process works. >> she says there are a lot of moving parts and you must get involved. robert crown is a public adjuster, that's a professional advocate working for the policy holder. he says fire victims need to keep a close watch on those offering services. >> unfortunately the term of art sometimes is feeding frenzy. and it's not just public adjusters or insurance professionals. it's all the industry that follow in the aftermath. >> brad is a truly a giving guy. he says he plans to head up to paradise this week and see how he can help out. i'm michael finney, 7 on your
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side. >> announcer: now the accuweather forecast with lisa argen. good morning, to you. waking up to live doppler 7 showing thu because we do have low clouds and fog in santa rosa. but it's really the cold temperatures and the high fire danger. fire and ice combined with the frost advisory expiring at 9:00 in the blue here. then the red flag warning in effect for the evening hours into sunday where winds are gusty and offshore. look how cool anywhere from 5 degrees to 12 degrees cooler than it was 24 hours ago. a look at sand rafael where you can see the clouds, haze and smoke. it's 42 in san jose. 48 san francisco with 50 in pacifica. and from the east -- this is from mount tam. look at that. you definitely know there is -- a lid on the atmosphere there. the smoke being trapped in the lower elevations. pu we also haveke layer at 3,000 to 4,000 feet. 29 degree sns santa rosa.
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burr. chilly out there with 357 no novato. look at concord to livermore. certainly one of the coldest mornings we have seen in sometime. visibility from 1.75 miles to 2 miles in petaluma. you can see all around the bay area. 3 miles to 4 miles. really impacted from this, the hazy conditions, the smoky conditions. this is from the sutro tower camera with fire fire danger in effect this week. the relative humidity plumb et cetera as the winds switch to offshore. we have the smoky skies and poor air quality, the spare the air alert today and tomorrow and likely into monday with no rain expected for the next seven days. now the last measurable rain was october 3rd. that was that fluke when we had the heavy rain. as we went into the rest of october and november, bone dry. the next chance would be next weekend and then beyond that there could be a chance over thanksgiving as well. but, boy, we need it now.
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we are not getting it as the winds switch around to the northeast with 15 to 25 miles an hour will be likely. and then the gusts at 35 to 60. we have seen this over and over again. north bay mountains, east bay hills, the relative humidity 9% to maybe 17%. this is why. low back at the direction. and look at the speed. 20 to 30 miles an hour. calistoga, sonoma. napa, fairfield, along the diablo range as well. you can see the gusty winds at the coast. through 7:00 sunday into sunday morning. you can see by the afternoon they slowly will begin to dial back. but once again, out of the northeast. the wrong direction to bring on any mixing or brip bring up the relative humidity. between tu and the we can we are under the hazy smoky conditions. with the smoke ob securing the sun we are not warming up period of time. 60 to, 7 it in san jose and santa cruz. tonight the winds kick up. breeze in the north and east bay
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hills. 30s in the north by. 40s elsewhere. the winds will mix the atmosphere a little bit. so not as cold in the north bay overnight tonight. the accuweather seven-day forecast, smoky sunshine, 60s and 70s today. download the app and you can see the trend will be for the high fire danger and the pattern to remain unchanged through the holiday into monday even into all of the work week coming up. >> just some very concerning conditions out there. >> definitely. >> thank you. just ahead, an unusual urban winery. >> we are on the world's first commercially viable roof top vineyard system. the winery on a roof atop are top in the middle of new york city.
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dan harris joins from us new york to tell us what's coming up on good morning america. >> good morning. coming up on gma, the latest on the twin fire emergencies in california. wildfires burning on both ends of the state. the towns engulfed in flames in the north pan death toll there. down thousands are evacuated including celebrities. plus the president wakes up in france where he is already lashing out at the french president. meanwhile back here at home the white house gearing up for the possibility of a recount in florida and a key senate race. speaking of the president he is reacting to michelle obama's new memoir the former first lady saying she will never gofrg are
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forgive donald trump for the birger conspiracy. how the president fires back. it's gomg are coming up on gma. we will see you soon. on a lighter note. localish is sharing stories of places and things you ma i not know about. today you take you inside roof top reds in brooklyn, new york. >> we listen to vines. and our vines listen to we are on the world's first commercially viable roof top vineyard system. we have about 200 grapevine in this rof top veinyard. i have the trend of reclaiming space. that's the beauty of urban agriculture. it's doing something sustainable but beautifying unused blanc spaces. it's a non-stuffy approach to the wine industry where people can experience a veinyard and learn about local pruks at their
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leisure. >> everybody is going apple picking runt. we got to harvest grapes. who else gets to do that in the new york in the brooklyn navyyard. >> when i got the text message saying the havre is happening i made my way over and got to help out. it's incredible and grow shows the growing on the rooftops, not just small gardens but farms. >> it's off the beaten path. but when you find it it's a beautiful owesis in the jury. >> we have brought urban agriculture into the urban world. to bring it up to the navy yard and do a full-fledged grape harvest, only an experience here at roof top reds. time right now is 6:26. still to come on abc 7 mornings. >> get us out of here, okay. just get us out of here, babe.
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chris nguyen. we are starting with a quick look at the weather. lisa argen is tracking the conditions where you live. chris, it's certainly cold out there. our frost advisory through the north bay valleys lasts until 9:00. looking at temperatures below freezing here and other locations as well. we are specking lows from 28 to 34 degrees from santa rosa, petaluma, sand rafael, sonoma and napa. a look at san jose, you can see the haze in the air. 41 in mountain view with th in mountain view. sand rafael right now you can see the pink cast to the horizon there with 29 santa rosa. it's 30 in novato np 36 in livermore 35py the delta. looking at temperatures much colder for everyone. we have the frost and then the red flag warning going into effect today. air quality is poor. especially in the north bay and our inland east bay. a spare the the air alert today and tomorrow. don't look for changes. the winds are light. we need a stronger wind but that
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wind is coming off the land not the ocean. and we see more relative humidity and gusty winds. chris. >> thanks. now to developing news. at least nine people are dead in the campfire burning in butte county. nearly three dozen people remain missing. the fire has destroyed nearly 6,500 homes and more than 250 businesses. overall, the fire burned 90,000 acres containment at 5%. >> paradise a tight knit commune. i think everybody will work together and rebuild. >> president trump is responding to the fires burning in california right now. he is threatening to stop federal funding just after midnight he tweeted there is no reason for niece massive deadly and costly forest fires in california. except that forest management is so poor. billions of dollars are given each year with so many lives lost because of gross mismanagement of the forest. remedy now or no more fed payments. bay area strike teams have been zploid to the campfire in
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butte county. the alameda county fire department posted pictures on twitter of a donkey that firefighters ricked finding it along highway 70 on pair dois. they transported the donkey to safety. paradise high school ening the season early. succeeding its game against red bluff bus because coaches and students are affected. red bluff offered to concede because of paradise's higher seed but they declined. chico novato brewing company is closed until further notice. the company is asking skmerps to no to the do come to the tap room the citing safety concerns. they say many employees are impacted by the campfire. in san francisco, it looks like dusk in the photo but it was taken at 4:00 in the afternoon. because of all the smoke, the light activated lamps along the embarcadero lit up earlier than normal. let's head over to meteorologist lisa argen for more on the air
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quality we can expect this we could. lisa. unfortunately, chris not a lot of change around here. we have high pressure. that's putting a lid on everything. we have the rather of smoke in the higher elevations. i talked about the spare the air alert today continuing tu tomorrow, monday. the one thing you notice that might be missing is the red. and that is the unhealthy air from the north bay to the inland east bay. you are low backing at slight improvements but not enough that any weather system is responsible for because we are only looking at the light winds. right now here surface winds are calm, maybe 7 miles an hour. san francisco. and what we see is a reenergized area of high pressure that will strengthen and that will allow for the gusty offshore winds to below once again above 1,000 feet north and east bay. with that, it dries out the atmosphere. and we are still going to have the smoke to deal with right on through monday. we will have a detailed look in a few minutes. >> thank you. two fires in southern
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california forced thousands from homes and some residents drove through flames to get out. >> oh, my god. oh, my god, please, god. please, god. oh, my god. >> the hills and woolsey fires in los angeles and ventura counties have burned nearly 40,000 acres kboind. two bodies were found yesterday. but it's unclear if the deaths are related to the fires. here is amy powell from our sister station in los angeles. >> flames leaped from the steep slopes surrounding west hills. the fire burning through acres of thick brush, threatening homes and frightening residents. >> armageddon, apocalypse. it was all -- it was all on fire. all on fire. and it was raining ash. and windy. and it was pretty crazy. it's like one of the most intense fire scenes i've seen in my entire life. >> fortunately firefighters were able to knock down the fire that came within a few feet of several homes. earlier pushed by fierce winds, the fast-moving blaze devastated this cal bass as neighborhood.
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six homes reduced to rubble. some residents grabbed garden hoses as they faced what one zribd as a wall of fire. >> he grabbed a hose in the backyard. i grabbed the one in the front. and i stayed up here and did what i could. i asked the firemen, is this ridiculous? and they said, no, when we run you run. >> several of the homes along park more road sustained little or no damage. jeff tells lucky his home is standing but he is heart broken for neighbors who lost everything. >> this is our neighborhood, my kids' neighborhood. this is not -- not the way we remember it. not the way my little boys will remember it when we bring hem back. >> i'm amy powell for abc news. we have set up a panl full of resources on our website. can you find more about evacuations road closures and how you can help the fire victims. >> it's all online at abc 7
6:36 am >> the criminal case agains two men in oakland's fwoeft ship warehouse fire is headed to trail. 36 people died in that fire almost two years ago. abc 7 news anchor eric thomas has the latest in the case. >> defense attorney tony serra had this to say after a judge refused his motion to reinstate a plea deal that another judge had thrown out as too lenient. >> we're going to trial. you know we can prevail. >> serra represents derick alman eu one of two defendants charged with 36 tounts of manslaughter that from the fire thatter to through the ghost ship, a warehouse that was turned into an artist collective. serra says the city knew it was a fire trap and did nothing. the sheriff department, the fire department, all visiting the premises, all knew the condition, all sanctioned it said it's awesome. >> earlier this year, serra and the attorney for codefendant max
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harris negotiated a plea deal under the supervision of one alameda county judge that all fobl almena to serve nine years and hair toys serve six. but when the judge was unavailable the replacement threw it out. serra tried and failed to get it reinstated. then this happened. >> interestingly from my perspective unexpected my client gave me a note in writing and then told me verbally that he wants to go to trial. >> curtis briggs who represents max harris is glad the plea deal wasn't reinstated. >> the best thing that has happened from our perspective is that plea bargain was rejected. that gives us an opportunity to litigate. that gives us the opportunity to bring facts into light. >> two final notes. serra apologized to relatives of the fire victims after he suggested in court that their desire for revenge led to a kind of mob historiy. second, he has to get the admissions of guilt miss client made in the original plea agreement thrown out. in san francisco, eric thomas,
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abc 7 news. and amazon echo device could play a role in a double homicide case out of new hampshire. a judge ordered amazon to turn over recordings and echo smart speaker may have captured. the deviceway was in a house where two women were stabbed in january of 2017. >> people probably don't even realize that alexa is taking account of what's going on in your house in addition to responding to your demands and commands. the suspect is charged with first degree murder of the two women. he has pled ng. amazon says it will not release any information until a valid legal demand has been properly served. still ahead on abc the figh alzheimer's disease, the major event raising money and awareness this morning. but first as we head to break, the time is 6:38. a live look outside, you can see conditions out there not looking
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good across the bay area in terms of skoi conditions. lisa argen will ♪ ♪ ♪ connecting people... ...uniting the world. ♪♪
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happening today in san francisco, it's the world's largest event raising money and woreness for allison heim erps care spore and research. the walk to end alzheimer's is held in more than 600 communities throughout throughout the country. it's starting at in the at&t park.
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mike nicco will be there with the news team. the event starpts at 8:00. a warning though if you plan to spend time outside this weekend. abc 7 news spoke to a professor of environmental sciences from uc berkeley. he said breathing in wildfire smoke may be nearly as bad as breathing diesel exhaust with lasting health consequences. >> what we are breathing in are all mall particles getting into the deep lung. they can generate injury, inflammation and the airways and lungs. but it also can affect people with cardiovascular disease, heart disease. >> he says the risk of heart attack or stroke increases with the poor air the quality. a few things you can do close windows to home and do not circulate air from outside unless you have a hepa pelt filter. lisa argen is here with the preview of the forecast. >> i wish i had better news. we have stagnant air, light wind. although can you see the flag blowing right now from the right direction on shore but we have
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the offshore winds and high fire danger ahead. it's freezing in novato. 32 degrees. 29 in santa rosa. the frost advisory through 9:00. not to be outdone. mid-30s in livermore. we will talk about the smoke, haze and fire danger coming up. >> a lot going on. thanks. coming up in sports, kevin durant gets a look at what could be his new lowe's knows you're a craftsman guy. you have a lot of tools. tools for everything you've done around the house. but there's the moment you realize... your new project needs new tools. when tool guys need new tools, they start with lowe's. the new home of craftsman.
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6:57 am i'm jessica castro for abc 7. and have a great weekend. >> the time right now is 6:56 and a final weather check. >> i wish i had better news. the winds are light and then when they strengthen offshore. poor air quality. the worst in the north and east bay. and with the smoke obstructing the sun it's a cool and gray day. 66 in san francisco. 70 in oklahoma. the accuweather seven-day forecast, that is it, the smoky sunshine, high fire danger tonight into tomorrow for gusty offshore winds. the holiday may be a little bit better. but the overall pattern is it going unchanged. it looks like until next weekend. we can get rain in here and a new parcel of air to mix it out would be great but not in the short term. >> we hope for the best and thanks for joining us on abc 7 mornings. i'm chris nguyen with lisa argen. the news continue online, on twitter, facebook and instagram. good morning america is next.
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