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bay this morning, not quite yesterday expanded into san francisco, but look at the quarter mile visibility from concord, napa, petaluma, livermore and hayward. the peninsula looking pretty good right now. it is in the upper 40s for much of the east bay, 45 in pleasant hill. back closer to the bay, 53 in san francisco, 44 in san jose. we are certainly cooler this morning as 12 degrees cooler in oakland, 13 degrees cooler half moon bay. so we're looking at a dry afternoon. in fact, a lot of sunshine, temperatures may be a couple degrees warmer climbing through the low to mid-60s in our inland valleys, low 60s around the bay. upper 50s coast side, high clouds with us today. another dry day before a very active pattern gets reset for the last week of november. chris? >> lisa, thank you. developing news, san francisco 49ers reuben foster has been released by the team after he was arrested last night at the team hotel in tampa, florida, on domestic violence charges. the 24-year-old was taken into
custody and was booked into the county jail. a police spokesperson said foster is accused of slapping a woman's phone off her hand, pushing her in the chest area and then slapping the victim in the face with an open hand. officers who arrested foster saw a one inch scratch on the accuser's left collar bone. he's being held without bail. the niners announced they were releasing foster about ten minutes ago. this is video from his previous court appearances. earlier this year, a judge dropped domestic violence charges after foster's ex-girlfriend recanted allegations made against him. the niners have said before that the team has a zero-tolerance policy on domestic violence. the team will play the tampa bay buccaneers at 10:00 a.m. today without foster. he is expected to be arraigned some time this morning and will continue to follow those developments from tampa, florida. now to an update on the warrior instead of curry. he was involved in a car accident friday. he appeared to be fine.
but if you've been in a crash before, you know injuries can pop up the next day. warriors coach says he went through a workout yesterday and appears to be okay. >> he is doing fine today. he went and played a little scrimmage today in the facility. didn't report any ancillary stuff from yesterday and felt pretty good after he got off the floor, so its all good stuff. >> curry is also recovering from a groin injury and the team expects him back in the line-up potentially on his upcoming road trip. the holiday weekend has been dangerous and deadly on bay area roads. rain slick pavement has contributed to a number of accidents including one which sent a chp officer to the hospital in the north bay. cornell bernard has more advice for drivers coming from the chp. >> reporter: the chp patrol unit sits undrivable and heavily damaged. its back window smashed after
officers responded to a spinout on south bound highway 101 vfg ed ajerton's suv. >> it was foggy, drizzly. the roads were wet. >> reporter: the chp says officers were laying cones and flares when the driver of a toyota lost control of her car and headed right for one of the officers. >> we are very fortunate that that officer was able to see the car coming and react quick enough. he jumped into the back of the patrol vehicle less than a second before the vehicle collided with them. >> reporter: the officer suffered mild injured. the driver of the toyota died later at the hospital. a 24-year-old san jose man died and three others injured in a suspected drunk driving crash early saturday on interstate 280. the chp says the driver who survived missed a curb at the highway 17 connecter, struck a tree and rolled over. >> losing control, spinning out.
>> reporter: we rode along with the chp officer, he says speed will be the biggest hazard this rainy season. >> driver slow down and drove appropriately for the conditions, we would -- we would not see nearly the amount of crashes that we see. >> reporter: so drive carefully and, of course, wear your seat belt. the name of the victim who was killed saturday on highway 101 has not been released. the chp officer who was injured has been released from the hospital. in sausalito, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. work to repair the damaged docks at the san francisco ferry building after friday's ferry boat crash should be done some time today but with one of golden gate's largest ferries damaged and out of service, this could be some long-term service impacts. here's more. >> reporter: crews cut and cleared the mangled metal and concrete at gate b along the san francisco waterfront. the cause of the damage? >> oh, my god. >> oh!
>> reporter: you can hear and see in this witness video. the ms san francisco slamming into the dock near the slanted door restaurant friday afternoon. but on a sunny saturday, the crash did not phase passengers. >> it definitely does not stop me from wanting to ride the ferry. >> reporter: port of san francisco workers inspected the structural integrity of the dock. the agency expects repairs to be complete by sunday. in the meantime, ferries are docking at different berths. passengers taking it in stride. >> when i got off here, they said to make sure you get back on here. >> reporter: the damaged ferry was towed back to larks birg and the coast guard is investigating the cause of the crash. >> you see the first entry right there -- >> reporter: passengers tell us it first hit the dock of the terminal and crashed at gate b all without warning.
>> i don't have any problem with it. this incident that happened, its just a rare occurrence. i don't know the full details, but with the many decades that the service has been running, i think this is the first time i've heard of any problems. >> reporter: golden gate ferry has seven vessels in its fleet. its unclear how long it will take to repair the ms san francisco. with one boat down it could impact ferry service come monday. in san francisco, katie utes, abc 7 news. the death toll has gone up again with the number at 87 people. its the most destructive fire on record burning nearly 14,000 homes, 475 people are still unaccounted for. firefighters are making progress, containment has gone up to 98%. evacuation orders are being lifted allowing people to return to their neighborhoods to see if their homes survived the inferno. some kids affected by the camp fire will be getting back in the classroom soon. the dioceses of sacramento is
offering those kids free tuition to its more than three dozen private schools. the offer includes notre dame, catholic school in chico, all education costs will be covered through the rest of the school year. normally tuition costs between 5,000 to $6,000. displaced students will receive uniforms, school materials and hot lunches. >> we heard that the butte county schools were going to need more time to reopen and knowing that families have been scattered across the north in the sacramento area, we just thought it would be good to open those desks to kids to get them back into school. >> displaced families interested in the offer should contact the sacramento dioceses. a swimmer is still missing this morning after vanishing in the pacific off daly city. his brother emerged from the surf friday afternoon but the missing man was last seen about 250 yards offshore. coast guard crews helped local firefighters look for him but heavy fog made it hard for them
to see any signs of him in the ocean. palo alto have released a sketch of a man accused of exposing himself to a 14-year-old girl last week. take a good look at this sketch. police say the victim was walking her dog at lunchtime monday along east meadow drive when the man drove up alongside her. he asked her for directions, but the girl then told officers when she looked inside the car the man's pants were down to his knees. the victim walked away and reported the incident to her mother. police say the car the suspect was driving was a light brown or gold four door sedan with peeling paint. the search is on to find longtime bay area talk show host ray talifero. he vanished from kentucky. the 79-year-old gained fame hosting shows on kgo radio from 1977 until 2011. police in kentucky stay he was last seen at a piz area on november 10th.
officers believe he may be disor yebted and show signs of dementia. how are we doing in terms of fog throughout the bay? >> its dense in the north bay and the east bay. still no delays at sfo as we look live from emeryville. 47 degrees. its 48 in hayward with fog for you. so it is more widespread in our inland valleys this morning and we'll talk about a sunny afternoon. a few sunny days before more wet weather returns. in fact, the end of the week looking particularly soggy. we'll have that for you coming up. >> thank you. small business saturday, see how some of the bay area's mom and pop stores left a lasting impression on holiday
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the numbers are still coming in but it looks like shoppers are out in full force on black friday. sales are projected at $23 billion up from 21 billion last year. there's an uptick in online sales. on thanksgiving day people spent over $6 billion which is an increase of nearly 24% from last year. it was a big day for the little guys with people spending an estimated $85 billion during small business saturday. abc 7 news got in on the retail action in san francisco. >> reporter: i have a confession to make, i shopped on the job, but, hey, its always a big day
in business when you shop small. >> whoa! >> thank you very much. >> thank you for shopping small. >> reporter: i couldn't help myself on the story assignment but this just makes me one of the 67 million the national retail federation expected to shop on small business saturday. >> you get more of a personal connection to the people who are making your goods. >> reporter: that's why she stopped by. its ringing these online small businesses face-to-face with customers. we found tea from chico. chocolate you could drink made in santa cruz. >> we put a lot of time into this business. we're working for ourselves. >> reporter: a new study from american express says an average of two-thirds of every dollar spent on a small business stays in the local community. >> we don't have that budget to go, like, facebook marketing or like google marketing. so this is great. >> reporter: he owns elos a
company making compact and wider skate boards that he let me try. >> not bad. >> reporter: not bad, right? i stopped while i was ahead, something else fun about small business saturday is learning a company's story. >> we always made our dogs treats just from home. we just started marketing them. it just works. >> reporter: more than that, abby's sister has a disease. >> we started this business to donate to the cure and help with the medical bills. >> reporter: we were impressed just as these kids were that a small business could create snow on treasure island. >> happy small business saturday! >> reporter: in case you didn't get a chance to shop small, you can support a local business any day. reporting in san francisco, abc 7 news. in the east bay, a special event for small business saturday. abc 7 news was in oakland.
the market features almost 30 businesses and food trucks owned by black women. organizers say the event has been going on for seven years but this one was the biggest yet. >> these folks are not necessarily getting in to some of the larger markets that are happening in other parts of california, so we decided to create our own and create a space that's intentionally centering black women and making sure these products get featured to the community. >> an american express survey found 83% of consumers planned to do at least some of their holiday shopping at a small, independently owned retailer or restaurant. don't be surprised if you see postal workers out making deliveries this morning. the united states postal service is already getting into the holiday rush. on friday, carriers started making deliveries as early as 5:30 a.m. here in the bay area. the postal service is anticipating a big increase in packages possibly 50 million more than last year. in the south bay, law enforcement officers who paid the ultimate sacrifice will be honored during a special
ceremony today. the memorial event will take place at 7:00 tonight at san jose's christmas in the park event. organizers want to recognize the police officers who died in the line of duty this past year and thank them for their service. the event is put together by the launch of the fraternal order of police. boy scouts and their families relaunched a tradition that spans generations in the east bay. yesterday a local favorite called the tap dancing christmas trees helped kickoff year 50 for the boy scouts christmas tree lot in piedmont. it raises money for the boy scouts. >> you're supporting the community, you know, and the scouting community in particular, but the community in general, as well, so and there's a lot of folks -- we get a lot of return customer that's come back here year after year. >> the scouts even helped with loading trees on a customer's
cars. they hope to sell 1,700 trees in total. the lot will stay open until the trees are sold out. >> so far sfo is okay but we are looking at quarter mile visibility. petaluma, napa and concord with a quarter mile. hayward nine miles at the coast. things change quickly with the low clouds so you could anticipate delays, of course, today. a very busy day with everyone hitting the roads trying to get back to work or school. high pressure temporarily building overhead giving us a couple of dry days before the rain returns for a much of the middle of the week and potentially the end of the week. we're looking at 50 in fremont, 49 in valejo, 44 in santa rosa and a live look outside, still dark out there, the sun coming up at 7:00. sunny and mild today through tomorrow. the next round of rain begins on tuesday. its a weak system. only about a quarter of inch is
expected. a slight break into your wednesday morning commute and wet and windy for wednesday afternoon, wednesday night and into thursday. here's a look at today. you can see we have sunshine throughout the afternoon. we'll get into more fog tonight. some high clouds, your monday's looking dry and then right off shore there you'll notice as we end this at about 5:30 in the morning on tuesday, rain pushing in to sonoma. its going to be a weak system followed by a pretty strong system and a colder one at that. 63 today with some sunshine for you in oakland. it'll be 65 in san jose. we're bringing in our storm impact scale a one which the light to moderate rain. it'll start early in the north bay and spread throughout the bay, anywhere from a .10 to .25 of an inch with this system. it dries until it spreads throughout the afternoon and the early evening commute looks like scattered showers into wednesday morning. it looks like we get a break and this is when the timing gets dicey because by the afternoon and evening hours, the rain is
beginning. its coming down pretty heavy wednesday night into thursday and then by thursday afternoon into friday, it looks like a short break before it looks like maybe next saturday we could see a return to some wet weather. your tuesday morning looking on the damp side through tuesday night anywhere from a .10 to .20 and as we get into your wednesday night, here's when the totals start to add up, 1 1/2 in novato and its just getting going there on wednesday. the accurate weather seven-day forecast, mild today. by tuesday, our storm impact scale of one priming the atmosphere with a weak system and then by wednesday and thursday looking at the rain beginning on wednesday and picking up throughout the evening and overnight hours. it looks like a soggy commute on thursday. you can download our weather app to keep track of live doppler 7, maybe a short break on friday before another wet weekend. looking pretty good out there with a break in between the storm systems and a nice sunny
sunday for you. >> thank you. more in common, this week we introduced you to the first transgender male wrestler in america. >> i just like the physicality of it. i like fighting somebody. >> you like the pain, the intensity of it? >> yea. >> reporter: you're undefeated your junior year? >> yea, and thifs en i was undefeated my senior year. >> reporter: two seasons and you didn't get beat once? >> yea. i was pretty happy about that. >> i would like wake up at 5:00 and go to the gym and go to the sauna and run a mile and i would workout during lunch and i would workout after my workout during school. you put every ounce and passion and dedication you can into a sport. it changes you into a complete person.
>> reporter: you wanted to compete against males, you wanted to be in the male league. >> they wouldn't let me. >> reporter: how come? >> my birth certificate said female. everyone knew who i was. i was not open about talking to people and all the girls were supportive and everyone around me was supportive. >> reporter: there was a lot of controversy as well about you taking the mat, why? >> i was taking testosterone. i put my shots up on my instagram and so that was, like, oh, you're beating all these girls because you're taking testosterone. >> reporter: things exploelded after that? >> yea, it got huge. >> 17-year-old transgender boy in texas has won the state's girls wrestling championship. >> mack has been taking testosterone and it shows. >> many people are upset that he's taking steroids even if they're prescribed by a doctor. they feel like that gives him an unfair advantage. >> everybody just basically disregarded my work and dedication. i felt completely betrayed.
dan harris joins us now from new york to tell ushat's coming up at 7:00 on good morning america. >> good morning. coming up on gma, the timing could not be worse smack dab in the middle of one of the travel days of the year. more than 30 million american in 15 states under weather alerts this morning from colorado to maine. we've got it all covered from the travel delays to the forecasts. plus police in alabama now admitting they named the wrong suspect in a shooting at a local mall on thanksgiving.
the parents of the young man now speaking out. and finally mission to go mars, t minus one day until the expected touch down of a nasa lander called incite. how its getting to mars and what we could learn as a consequence of the red planet all coming up on gma. we'll see you soon. you never know who might show up at work especially when you're near nature. they got a visit from a bear on november 17th and you can see the animal open the door, let itself in and walks past the vending machines. the bear turned around and ran out the door with a couple of curious chp officers trailing behind. one man is thankig a mystery stranger for a random act of kindness that went a really long way. he lost his wallet on a flight. inside was 60 bucks and a check for $400. he didn't think he'd ever see any of it again but then he received a package in the mail days later with his wallet and a letter signed with just
initials. >> i rounded your cash up to an even $100 so you could celebrate having your wallet back. have fun. it meant a lot that he would go out of his way and do that for a complete stranger. i'm still paying off school loans and truck loans to pay off now. it really helps out. >> hunter lives in south dakota but the return address on the letter was from nebraska. he was able to find the mystery man and thanked him for his kindness. still ahead on abc 7 news, is there an immigration deal in place over the migrant caravan? what we're learning about the growing crisis at the border. also, watch the label. the california wine company that's paying the price after getting called out
good morning et bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. good sunday morning, everyone. i'm chris nguyen. we're starting this half hour with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. she's tracking the conditions where you live. >> pretty foggy underneath this blanket here of the north bay. also in the east bay as well making for a nice sunrise coming up in 30 minutes. you can see there's a good deal of fog out there. 53 san francisco, 47 in mount taken view and 46 in half moon bay. fog there as well. conkrd and liver more quarter mile visible, 48 in livermore and you noticed the visibility
is reduced in hayward as well. petaluma particularly bad but in the south bay and the peninsula no problems yet. in asf not reporting any delays. about 11 to 16 degrees cooler this morning. you feel that change out there. mid and upper 50s by 10:00. partly to mostly sunny by the morning hours and by the afternoon we're just a few degrees warmer in the mid-60s, upper 50s at the shoreline so it should be a nice afternoon. plenty of sun today and tomorrow before some changes arrive for tuesday and we'll talk about several rainy days for the last week of november. chris? >> lisa, thanks. developing news, san francisco 49ers linebacker reuben foster will be released by the team after he was arrested last night at the team hotel in florida on domestic violence charges. the 24-year-old was taken into custody at the grand hyatt hotel and was booked in the hillsborough county jail. the "san francisco chronicle" reports that the victim is 28-year-old alyssa ennis, the
same woman who recanted a separate domestic violence issue to a judge. a police spokesperson said foster is accused of slapping ennis's phone off her hand, pushing her in the chest and slapping her in the face with an open hand. officers who arrested foster saw a one inch scratch on the accuser's left collar bone. he's now being held without bail. the niners announced they were releasing foster about ten -- about 30 minutes ago. this is video from his previous court appearances. a judge dropped charges of domestic violence after ennis recanted the allegations made against him. the niners will play the buccaneers at 10:00 a.m. today without foster. he's expected to be arraigned later this morning. we'll continue to follow any new developments from tampa. after the white house declined to deny a new report saying that president trump's administration had reached a deal with mexico that would require asylum seeking migrants to wait there while their claims are decided by u.s. courts, mexican officials denied it
themselves. meanwhile, the mayor of tijuana is asking the united nations for help and it comes as nearly 5,000 central american migrants are waiting in the city to apply for asylum in the u.s. here's marcy gonzalez. >> reporter: a humanitarian crisis is mounting on the u.s./mexico border according to the mayor of tijuana as nearly 5,000 central american migrants continue arriving in his city. officials and volunteers are helping the migrants but the mayor of tijuana refuses to deplete his city's public resources and is asking the united nations for aid, a group calling them border angels has teamed up with other organizations across southern california to help those migrants. >> we've been there before. but this is the first time we do the caravan of love. >> reporter: they'll bring supplies of nonperishable foods, toiletries and blankets. many of those migrants fleelg violence or poverty in honduras may be spending months in tijuana.
a report from "the washington post" says president trump now has the support of mexico's incoming government on a plan to remake america's border policy. require asylum seekers to wait in mexico as their claims move through u.s. courts. the president has already threatened to shut down the u.s. border. >> we'll close entry into the country for a period of time until we can get it under control. the whole border. >> he also says he's granted military increased authority. >> if they have to they'll use lethal force. i've given the okay, if they have to. you hope they don't have to. >> reporter: james mattis insist that's u.s. troops are just there to back up border patrol agents and will likely be armed with plastic shields and ba tons, not guns. marcy gonzalez, abc 7 news, los angeles. coming up this morning on abc 7, senate judiciary member amy klobuchar, john kasich andnd dan abrams will join george
stephanopoulos on the legal changes facing the trump administration. don't miss it at 8:00 a.m. time now is 6:33. protesters are calling for justice after police shot and killed a black man at a mall in alabama. police now admitting they were wrong after originally calling him a suspect. police say thursdy night when the mall was already packed with black friday shoppers, shots rang out during a fight. when officers arrived, they say a man with a gun was fleeing the scene. an officer shot and killed him. now, officers say the man was not the one who fired shots that injured an 18-year-old and a 12-year-old. the family of the victim says he was fifth generation military and wanted to help race relations in the country. >> our country needs to come not forefront and say we going to stop looking at a man as a color. >> that's right. >> a man is a man. >> investigators now believe at least one shooter is on the run. protesters are calling for a
transparent investigation and want people to boycott the mall. santa rosa stands to get $38.5 million from the federal government to build badly needed housing. the money would come from federal disaster relief money to build apartments in the city. that's according to the press democrat. santa rosa lost 3,000 homes last year in the devastating north bay wildfires making a bad housing situation even worse for many families. one site being considered is the former site of the journey's end mobile home park which was burned during the fires. some of the people who lost their homes to the woolsey fire in southern california are filing lawsuits against the utility company. they say that company is to blame for starting the fire. the cause of it is still officially under investigation but attorneys representing victims of the fire in the suit against so cal edison held a town hall friday night. they've hired experts to help them prove their case. they also point to 9-1-1 calls and eyewitness testimony.
one man suing animal rescue. >> the power company did that and they owe a lot of people a lot of money. can't bring the dead people back, but they owe a lot of people a lot of money. >> three people were killed in the fire. a representative from so cal edison has said they cannot comment on lawsuits related to the fire at this time. a napa county wine maker accused of falsely labeling wines as an oregon coast pinot noir is making changes. he'll change labels on two brands of wines made with oregon grapes and they promised to do it after selling the remaining 900,000 bottles. the owner told "the capital press" newspaper the new labels will specify the wines are made in california. last month oregon lawmakers called on federal alcohol regulators to look into the labels. still ahead on abc 7 mornings. there's a new paw patrol in the south bay. what two canines will be looking for when they go on transit
patrol this week. but first as we head to break, a live look outside. the sun out there rising on the sunday morning. lisa argen will michael vasquez! come over here. i've heard such good things about you, your company. well, i wouldn't have done any of it without you. without this place. this is for you. michael, you didn't have to... and,
wednesday. kirkwood plans to keep its ski slopes open until early april. looks like a fun time out there, lisa. >> more to come by the middle of the week, a colder and stronger system headed our way. we have one on tuesday as well. live look outside. this is san jose where it looks a little hazy out there. upper 40s to low 50s. we do have fog in the area. its better here the visibility in san jose but really dense fog in our north and east bay valleys. we do have a lot of sunshine on the way, though, to enjoy a couple of dry days before lots of rain returns. you're going to want to stay tuned for the accurate weather forecast. also ahead, the warriors and kings go down to the wire with a craz
in sports this morning the 49ers will be without linebacker reuben foster following his arrest for domestic violence charge. the niners face the buccaneers at 10:00 a.m. and the raiders take on the raven. kickoff is also at 10:00. the warriors are back in action tomorrow night against the magic as oracle arena but last night kevin durant was magical against the kings. mindy bach has the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> the warriors have played 21 games so far this season and on saturday night they played the second game of their fifth
back-to-back game. unbelievable. so they hosted a surprising king squad, stephen curry just spectating. kevin durant damian jones for the hammer. take another look. love to see the young guy get up of the sacramento led by four in the second when buddy heel went deep for three and that put the kings up 55-48. the kings led by eight in the second when kevin durant gets the ball to thompson who passed up the three and decided to go for the one handed jam. durant to klay again, same spot, but klay shooting this time, yea, that was beautiful. warriors take a 71-69 lead. lea duranten errant pass. that puts the kings back on top. kings up three with five to play and then durant stops and pops, hits a short jumper and gets the foul. game tied at 108. klay drives, lays it up, misses. gets his own rebound off the glass. a one point warriors lead.
kings turn. five seconds to play. heel for the lead -- yep, he misses. look at that. unbelievable. the ball gets stuck so a jump ball and then with .3 seconds left, he can't get the ball to snide so the game is over. the warriors hold on to win by one. the bears took care of a colorado team for their seventh win of the year. should the bears beat stanford n the big game next week, it'll be their first aeight win since 2008. they were spectacular on saturday. officially it was senior day at memorial stadium for justin wilcox's team. they still have that big game next week. cal's defense getting to work early. 34yard pick six. colorado's next possession, davis says i'll get the pick too and i'll go 35 yards for the score. it was 14-0 bears in less than
two minutes. davis with two picks on saturday. colorado looking lost. montez in the handoff of kyle williams. unbelievable. colorado comes back with two touchdowns in the third quarter. montez to winfrey, he was free to catch that one. 27-21, bears, after three quarters. the fourth quarter, cal stretches is it back out. this is their version of the fade. yep, its more ways i can beat you. that was an unbelievable catch. bears win 33-21 thanks to that great defense. they went into their game on saturday with a 6 and 4 record. they're already eligible. why not go out on a high note? david shaw excited to whiteside
back. why? he's one of the tallest players on the field so he this can just do that, just air it out to the 6'3" receiver. bryce love at 22 carries for 85 yards and this two yard touchdown. the cardinal led by seven at the half. stanford gets two more touchdown catches in the third quarter. another beautiful fade. ucla got a safety in on the ensuing kickoff. holmes took it 93 yards to the house. ucla trailed by five at this point. and then in the fourth quarter, wilten fooled everyone and ran it in by himself. ucla was up by a point and they failed to convert the two pointer. stanford would get the ball back. 52 yards right there to st. brown. this was st. brown's lone catch of the game. stanford holds on to win 49-42. the big game next week will
certainly be a good one as each cal and stanford or 7 and 4. the big game today is the 49ers against the tampa and the raiders against the ravens. have a great morning. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> hi, everyone. sunday morning is foggy. you can see the fog settling in there and here's the visibility in mile zero, petaluma, quarter mile napa, a half mile in concord. you can see from livermore to hayward looking at that fog just staying put. three quarters of a mile up in santa rosa, so far sfo is a busy day. not looking at any problems but that could change. here's the ridge of high pressure protecting us for the next 48 hours as the storm trek goes up and over the golden state. we'll see some changes by the middle of the week. 48 right now in oakland. it is 53 in san francisco. the fog in the north bay. mid-40s there. upper 40s for concord.
it is 48 in san jose. a little haze there. as we look live outside, doesn't it look beautiful. that cool whipped from our camera with the low clouds there for you. sunny and mild today. we have to get rid of the low cloud deck, of course. tomorrow we're looking at more sunshine. the next round of rain begins on tuesday. its a weak system and we're only looking at about a quarter of an inch of rain and a wet and windy pattern takes shape by midday wednesday into thursday and maybe a break with more wet weather perhaps into next weekend. we are looking at some sunshine today. here we are throughout the morning hours. we'll see the high clouds throughout the afternoon, but overall we are dry today, tomorrow and then look what comes knocking on our door by the wee hours of the morning on tuesday, its the next rain maker. highs today in the low 60s from oakland to san francisco. 64 in palo alto with about 60 on the coast. numbers pretty average for this time of year. tuesday morning looking a little wet and as we go through the
afternoon, the afternoon commute will see scattered afternoon showers. here's wednesday morning, then by mid-day on wednesday, this is when the stronger system moves on through, heavy rain offshore. the evening commute is wet, thursday morning look wet and by the afternoon we're looking at perhaps another break and rainfall amounts with that first system may be a .10 to .20. so wednesday night it looks like the rainfall amounts will come up over an inch in san francisco better than that in the north bay but this one looks to be focused as well along the central bay so you folks in the south bay and the peninsula should also pick up a decent amount of rain through thursday and friday. the seven-day forecast featuring the dry days today and tomorrow. then a one on our storm impact scale for tuesday. wednesday/thursday looking at heavier rain, the colder storms.
sierra snow and that break on friday could still see some rain next weekend. this is what a bay area winter looks like, right? >> finally, we need this rain. thank you. for the first time the valley transportation authority in partnership with the santa clara office will have two canines dedicated to sniffing nor explosives and we got a rare, behind the scenes look as the dogs underwent their training. >> reporter: these labs have a knack and a nose for keeping people safe. meet nala and yoshii, two of the newest members of the sheriff's office. after months of training, both canines will now work full time as part of the transit patrol with a singular focus of detecting explosive devices. >> being around crowds or in crowds or through crowds isn't a problem for these dogs because they've been tested for it. >> reporter: these canines on a mission to make a difference. >> you don't have to worry about the dogs biting anybody because
they're friendly and their sole purpose is to sniff out explosives odors. >> reporter: make that 18 different odors. >> they're definitely strengthening our transit patrol system and really patroling the 346 square miles that we have with vta bus and light rail. >> reporter: they will sweep buss, trains and stations throughout their shift. their arrival comes as the south bay comes to host major holiday events. >> all transit systems are a risk for terrorism and bombing and these dogs were purchased using federal homeland security money. >> reporter: the deputies are both new to being canine handlers. >> i would equate it to having a new child in the house. she's brand-new to me. we're learning what she likes and doesn't like. >> reporter: fiercely loyal without a doubt. nala and yoshii's first day
plus drawing, 7, 15, 16, 22, 44. the mega number one. nobody picked all six in that number either. it goes up to $26 million. santa claus resorted to another way of getting down during a stop in austin, texas, saturday. with no reindeer or sleigh in sight, old st. nick had to ride into town on a long horn. santa posed for photos and helped out with ornament making and gingerbread houses. nice to see. >> cute. good morning we are starting out with dense fog. our north and east bay valleys. here's a look above it all where temperatures are in the low 50s for san francisco. 48 oakland, upper 40s mountain view and san jose. check out the golden gate bridge. concord, livermore and hayward,
43 in santa rosa. so lots of dense fog out there and as you look at the visibility, i can tell you it hasn't moved that much this morning. so we are looking at perhaps some delays at sfo. highs this afternoon about 3:00, we'll see 63 in oakland as well as concord, 66 in morgan hill, 65 in santa rosa. bringing in our storm impact scale for tuesday, this is the weaker system. showers for your morning commute on thursday and wednesday and thursday, stronger systems and then it looks like a bit of a break on friday. so nice to enjoy that sun yesterday, slightly warmer out there today after the fog. >> good to know, lisa, thanks. and thank you for joining us on abc 7 mornings. i'm chris nguyen. the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and instagram. good morning, america is next. we'll leave you for now. abc 7 news continues at
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