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ad novato. heavier rain in marina boulevard and foothill a went. through warm springs boulevard. the parkway over in east bay. look at wet weather it west washington avenue. sunnyvale. showers. down through boulder creek and bear creek road, wet weather. we get a break later on in today and tomorrow and then chilly and then the rain late monday. and the rest of the week looks soggy. >> thank you. >> the 41st president of the united states, george h. w. bush, passed away at the age of 94 at his home in houston, texas. he spent his life in military and civil service. david muir with a look back at the life and legacy of a maren hero. >> george herbert walker bush, america's first president born in 1924 one of five children. he was son of a banker and lov
his life barbara pierce at a christmas dance. he was the first boy she would kiss. the following year on his 18th birthday george enlisted in the war, becoming the youngest pilot in the u.s. navy. while overseas george and barbara kept up the long distance romance with love letters to his darling bar. two years in on his 50th mission he was shot down over the pacific. >> i knew if i wasn't rescued i would be captured. and it was -- it was a harrowing experience. >> but he was rescued. and he made it home to barbara. he attended yale. he was the captain and first baseman of the baseball team. and he barb are had six children, george wrb jeb marvin and kneel and two daughters dorothy and robin, who died of leukemia in 1953. a loss that broke both. >> he was very close. >> i was very close to him. >> she adored him.
>> what was it that pulled you back up on your feet afterwards? >> he was very strong then. it was wonderful. >> they had moved the family to texas where he ran a successful oil business. then he entered politics. >> george bush, the happy family man is now george bush, republican candidate for the united states senate. >> he would later run for president in 1980. >> that's why i want to be president. i need your help. that's why i think i will be. >> but ronald reagan won the nomination and the presidency. he would serve eight years as his loyal vice president. and then he would run again and he won as a moderate. >> i want a kinder and gentler nation. >> as president, when saddam hussein invaded kuwait it was george h. w. bush who pulled together a coalition of allies, launching operation desert storm. >> kuwait is libertied.
iraq's army is defeated. our military object he was are met. >> but with the economy tested there was a promise he made four years later that came back to haunt him when he ran for re-election. >> read my lips. no new taxes. >> he would lose to bill clinton, and it stung, zribing the loss to dianne sawyer. >> i had a great feeling of letting down a lot of people. you have the ghastly feeling you let them down. and you get over it and go on with your life. >> he left a letter for bill clinton writing i never felt the loneliness some presidents describe. i wish your family well your success is now our country's success. i'm routing for you. he would later build an unlikely friendship, a bond with the man who beat him, together with bill clinton they raised money for the victims of the tsunami and here at home and katarina. >> i think it sent a good sign across the country that you
don't have -- because you run against somebody doesn't make you an enemy. >> after his presidency george h. w. bush would continue to endeer himself to the american people, proving he was forever young, jumping from a plane on his birthday. he and barbara were married 73 years, the longest of any president and first lady. and we would learn he was holder her hand until the very end. he bid farewell to his beloved baurm are barbara. the first lady ellenia trump and the clintons and obamas by his side. and barbara revealing how she wants him remembered. >> he is the most decent, honorable, wonderful, nobody as ever been as lucky as i've been. i want people to remember him as courageous. i want them to remember him as zblees as he sat before his wife, there was sadness but not fear. as he once told diane. >> i do think that you go to
heaven. there is a heaven. and i don't fear it though. when i was a little guy, i'd fear death. i'd be worried and scared about it. not anymore. >> and that was david muir reporting. bush senior visited the bay area multiple times during his presidency. the most notable was after the deadly loma prieta earthquake. abc 7 news reporter coronell bernhard has the details. >> i just spoke with former san francisco air art agnos who says he will never forget president bush's vipt after the earthquake. mayor agnos led the city during the tragedy. veft t q days in '89.enior he toured the places hardest hit. he listened to what first responders and c deeply moved about it. sad in some ways and yet genuine
appreciation for the way this community is pulling together. >> he was a president who cared about the entire country, and he showed it in the loma prieta earthquake in 1989 when he came here in a prompt fashion. he spent a lot of time here listening carefully to what we needed. and his administration was most responsive to us when we asked for the kind of help that would bring in city back. >> bush also visited san francisco later in 1990 to campaign for the gubernatorial candidate pete wilson who ended up winning the race and serving two terms as governor. former mayor agnos says he joins with the nation sending condolence was the bush family. he called the former president a true statesman. coronell bernhard, abc 7 news. house miernlt leader nancy pelosi shared this photo with a treat are tweet that hayes
george h. w. bush's life was defined by inspiring commitment to public service. i am deeply grateful to his family for having shared the wonderful man with us all. may it be a comfort to them to know that so many americans mourn with them. you can remember george h. w. bush on the abc 7 news facebook panl. you can share our post on your wall and write your own tributes. in other new as 7.0 earthquake hit near anchorage, alaska yesterday morning at 8:30. but the tremendousers could be felt for more than 200 miles around. no deaths or injuries are reported but officials are dealing with damage to buildings and roads, 22,000 power outages reported including downtown anchorage and the military base. 28 water main breaks spurred a precautionary water boil advisory. the red cross is working to provide shelters and resources. but officials say it's an a battle. abc news reporter will carr has
the update. >> reporter: the 7.0 earthquake rocking anchorage, crumbling roads, sparking fires and rattling residents. surveillance video shows a mother racing to grab her son while the walls in her home shake violently. a dr. in surgery describes the terrifying moment when the patrioting room started rumbling like a roller coaster. >> we to basically give the patient a big bear hug so the patient doesn't fall off the bed. >> for a time, fears of a massive tsunami, the quake damaging foundations of homes, buildings and schools. students ducking under desks. >> we're going to die. we're going to die. >> the ceiling collapsing inside of a local television station. the floors flooded and scattered with debris. the control tower at the airport evacuated. flights shut down for hour. >> we're going to evacuate the tower. we need it respected.
>> inside a local library, a sea of books scattered on the floors. goods littered in the aisle of the grocery stores. freezy and snowy conditions with limited cell phone service. >> what type of help will you need moving forward. >> financial. we're in a tough time financially. >> even obey alaska's famous resident sarah palin sharing the video of this of her parent' home. >> president trump tweeting to the great people of alaska you have been been hit hard by a big one. he goes on to say the federal government will spare no expense. a federal promise while the impact ripples on the local level. and that was will carr reporting. heren theprt. the california pacific medical center, san francisco's newest hospital, has the latest technology for absorbing aith
100 floor to ceiling steel panels filled with material as thick as peanut butter >> these are wall dampers, absorbing earthquake energy. it's like a shock absorber it will work whether up or down motion or side to side motion. >> it's the first building in north america to use the technology. the california pacific medical center is scheduled to open in 2019. on abc 7 news.com we have a complete list of what to pack in an earthquake kit for your home. and if you already have a kit, it's a good reminder to check it twice a year. . the time is 8:11 on this saturday morning. our meteorologist lisa argen has been tracking the rain out there. and you've been talking about in all morning. we are seeing in part of the south bay. >> that's right. it's tracking south. but one of the days where you could see the rainbows. exploratorium camera you can see the blue sky and puffy clouds. rainy though. mount view, san jose we track that and talk about whether we
scheduled. as you know, smoke from the camp fire postponed the game. kickoff at noon at memorial stadium. last night cal students meld a rally trying to fire up fans while respects victims of the wildfires. katie utehs explains. >> reporter: as cal fans filled the greek theater for the big game rally, the big news was still up in the air. >> i'm going to start with something serious. >> two weeks ago dangerous air quality in beauty county postponed the rally and the 121st matchup between the uc berkeley and stanford. >> we were auto here all day setting it pup and definitely didn't want to put people through the moek. >> friday's rally had all the traditions. cal fight songs. but the legendary bonfire seen in this archive video. >> it's a tradition dating back all the way to 1903 when the groek was made.
>> did not happen this year out of respect for the camp fire victims. normally tapt in the rally the bonfire is lit but in place of it the students pulled out the cell phones to have the spirit. >> i'm so proud understanding that both the fire was dangerous but also understanding the symbolism just didn't work in the context of all this loss. >> the rally committee is fund raising for the california fire foundation. and the university is giving 1,000 tickets to first responders. s showing that the spirit of california is about more than football. in berkeley katie utehs, abc 7 news. in the south bay, a new billboard is ruffling feathers lange a busy road in san jose. it's calling out egg eaters while some say it's controversial others call it confusing. abc 7 news the reporter amanda del castillo has more. >>reporter: from the notice you notice the woman, blew shirt,
blond hair, bizarre egg face. the billboard has this message. >> you can't claim abeffectist and eat eggs. >> eggs are a product of abuse of females. my first reaction is i didn't get it. >> but peta says the argument is clear. >> anyone upset of the sexual abuse of women smub equally upset about the sexual abuse of any species. >> they say san jose boasts the highest median income of anyplace in the country. >> a place of strong thoughtful women we thought who would be receptive to the message about not exploiting females of other species. >> so we asked viewers for thoughts. twitter user says animal liberation and human liberation are two completely different and separate levels. to compare female animals to humans is ludicrous. eric larson agrees. >> it's a stretch. you can respect women and still
enjoy a good scrambled egg. >> peta maintains femism and skufrms of products made by female zm willings are incompatible. >> being a feminist and how howw eats having nothing to do with each other. >> the sign steps from a burger king. peta says they hope to consider zms on the menu but here the controversial billboard remains. abc 7 news. if you're headed for the sierra, be sure to bring chains. chains are required on interstate 80 from baxter to the nevada state line. on highway 50 chains are required from playserville to myers. caltrans expects 18 inches of know for the passes overnight. >> >> announcer: now the forecast with lisa argen. good saturday morning to you. the rain continues to march into the south bay. the peninsula, still in the east by. and scattered about in the north bay. it's a 1 on the skorm impact
scale through early rp march that should did. one to two tenths. and breezy winds and gusty, over 50 miles an hour in the upper elevations. and we are looking at cold winds lasting through the overnight hours. s in a loop and you notice it has been rainy and snowy across northern california as we go through for the closer procession we see the swep on mount st. helena. bodega bay and salina. and south of highway 37, san pablo bay. sand rafael into the east bay. it's a soggy in pleasanton. dublin, foothill road the wet weather. down on vinyard avenue to 680 and lighter showers through san mateo foster city, redwood city and middlefield road wet weather. into the south bay we shift. and you notice it's soggy for alum rock and 880, wet.
santa clara and heavier cell west of saratoga. we are looking at rain coming down good. highway 17, summit park. in the mountains we have a winner storm warning. the snow continues heavily through noontime. and we have been picking up a couple inches per hour. snow level down to 3,200 feet. need chains by playserville. look at the winter weather advisory through yosemite, a foot at 5,000 feet. it's wintry out there. and snow winding down throughout the day with a couple more inches, the heaviest in the next few hours. it looks pretty ideal. the way it used to be around here, right until the draut years. showers throughout the bay this morning. it's chilly today. also tomorrow morning. the breeze will stay with us into monday. frosty and more rain out there. check out the rainbow from emeryville. pretty shot. mixing in sunshine this morning with upper 40s to mid-50s san
francisco. and from sutro tower camera it looks a little rainy in parts and sun ellison where. 54 in concord. it's cold out there though. look at the gusts of wind. 20 to 25 sfo delays of about 50 minutes. sand carlos airport half moon bay, very breezy. then up in elevation, check out the 53 miles an hour wind gusts. think twice about the bike ride today on mount tam. and mount diablo at 40 miles an hour. throughout the afternoon it's breezy to windy around the bay. at the coast, 3:00, and the winds will keep the temperatures up just a little bit tonight, even though it's cold. the northwestly winds will allow for temperatures in the 40s, maybe a few 30s. and the rain marches south the next couple of hours. and then by 11:00 it's pushing out of the south bay. we are left with the cold air cumulus, partly cloudy skies, kwufty northwest early winds and rainfall amounts pretty much over in the north by.
but maybe a tenth in fremont and mountain view. in the 50s today windy to breezy. and the accuweather seven-day forecast showing cold temperatures today and tomorrow. 1 on the storm impact scale. ending throughout the midday hour. and then by late sunday it starts raining again. that's why we have a 1 on the storm impact for monday. download the accuweather app and live doppler 77. move it around the bay and you can keep track of the rain in your neighborhood. it's getting pretty active for december. >> you know it's winter when you see a string of 50s for our inland bay and coastal communities. >> totally, yes. >> lisa, thanks. just ahead heit up the
good morning, everyone. time right now is 8:25. and we're looking live outside from the abc 7 roof camera. you can see there it's pointed at the port of san francisco, not much of a breeze. the flag not flapping around much. but we have seen wet roads to start the day. and much of the bay area getting a dose of rain. we get a check of the full forecast come up. abc 7 news was at san francisco's golden gate park last night where the conservloet
bloom light and sound experience. botanists and amateurs can take in the show on hundreds of exotic plants. the exhibition starts tomorrow and runs until yarn 9. still to come on abc 7 mornings. so nice to see her. >> we'll take to you butte county where teachers and students prepare to return to the classroom following the camp fire. a live look outside from our sutro tower camera, cloudy skies over san francisco this morning. we'll get another check of the weat you know when you're at ross and you find a deal on cookware that makes you say. yes! ...oh, yeah! bring on the holidays! that's yes for less. everything you need to prep, cook and serve up the season. it feels even better when you find it for less-at ross. yes for less.
yes for less. north bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. good morning, and thanks for being with us. i'm chris nice. . we start this half hour with a quick look at the ac wrkt forecast. lisa argen is tracking the conditions where you live. >> hey, chris. good morning. we start with the storm impact sale scale. it's a one and the rain winding down. threw through the early afternoon. the and the snow levels are below 4,000 and we are looking at sunshine today. but for the big game mostly dry. hercules has a good cell. also raining still dublin boulevard, pleasanton and towards sand oel and tesla avenue there. allen rock. los altos 280, showers into highway 17. santa cruz mountains, boulder
creek it's wet and brezy. 20 to 25 miles an hour winds. temperatures, check it out, stay in the 50. windy to partly cloudy with an isolated shower today, chris. >> thank you, lisa. george h. w. bush, the 41st president of the united states has died at the age of 94. he was the patriarch of the one of the most powerful political dynasties in american history. at the white house flags fly at half staff in remembrance of the former president. abc news reporter maggie reule joins us live with more. and maggie bush senior referred to as the last president of the greatest generation. >> you know, chris we hear more and more people talk about his legacy. and learning new details with his funeral plans. his body will go to washington where he will lie in state at the u.s. kpom capital and funeral service at the national cathedral in washington. it's a moment for the entire country to reflex on his lasting legacy. >> i george herbert walker bush
do solemnly swear. >> george herbert walker bush was sworn into a world he called rich with promise. >> for a new breeze is blowing. and a world refreshed by freedom seems reborn. >> reporter: the 41st president and his presidency were shaped by the yup heefls of the 20th century. on his 18th birthday he enlisted to fight in world war ii. becoming the youngest pilot in the u.s. navy. he married barbara peersz and moved to texas where he was elected to the house of represent he was. he became ambassador to the united nations and then china. director of the central intelligence agency. and under ronald reagan vice president. after two terms in the reagan administration, bush ran for president himself. defeating michael dukakis pch bush made a promise he would later break. >> read my lips, no new taxes. >> but progress on his wind chill was felt around the world.
the fall of the berlin wall and the end of communism in eastern europe. most notely the liberation of kuwait. despite his popularity a faltering kpee and growing budget deficit weakened his presidency. in 192 he was defeated by bill clinton. with the election of george w. bush in 2007. the senior bush joined john adams as president and presidential father. he devoted his retirement to helping others. raising money with president clinton for asian tsunami and hurricane katarina victims. >> time and again when offered a chance to serve he seized it. >> in the end, bush like his son insisted he would let history measure his legacy. >> the president's body will return to texas just as he requested. he will be laid to rest on the ground of his presidentially braer next to barbara and their
daughter rob. en. in new york maggie reule. >> thank you. president trump release add statement on his passing saying melania and i join with a grieving nation to mourn the loss of president george h. w. bush. he inspired generations of his fellow americans to public service to be in his words a thousand points of light illuminating the greatness hope and opportunity of america to the world. the office of barack and michelle obama release add statement saying in part america has lost a patriot and humble servant in george herbert walker bush. while our hearts are heavy they are filled with gratitude. george h. w. bush's life is a testament to the notion that public service a noble, joyous calling. the office of bill and hillary clinton released this statement with the former president saying, i will forever be grateful tor the friendship we formed. few americans have been or will ever be able to match president bush's record of service to the united states and the joy he took every day from it. time now is 8:33.
new details this missouri morning on california's wildfires. the amount of cashen emissions emitted is equal to the amount produced in a year providing electricity to the state. in according to the head of the u.s. department of interior who says the fires have put out 68 million tons of carbon dioxide. in butte county preparations are under way to get students attacked by camp fire back to school next we can. there are many challenges coming with it. about tu could provide normalcy to kids and teachers. abc 7 news reporter carlos salcedo has the story. >> when paradise students return to class monday, things will be very different. but expect to see heart warming reunions like this. >> it's so nice to -- to see her. >> first grade teach he were mrs. kieffer last saw her students the morning the camp fire broke out november 8th. paradise elementary left in ruins. >> it's very emotional because when we left that day we didn't know what was going to happen. it's so nice to see everybody.
>> the students originally attending this orville school relocated to make room for the paradise kids. before any arrived, teachers have been busy getting classrooms ready. >> yesterday this room had nothing. zero. blank walls, no cabinets, no shelving. >> all schools including backpacks donated because of lack of space, there will be multiple teachers and students per classroom. as for the paradise high school students, the setup will be a bit different. they'll be able to drop in here at the chico mall for independent studies. >> that's just temporary to get us through the holiday. once through the holiday then they'll look at a new idea for them. >> while things won't ever be the same, parents know that going back to a classroom setting will help their kids. >> once the kids are back in school and have their schedule going similar to what it was before, it will be nice to try and get our life back to somewhat normal. >> something this community
desperately needs. in butte county, carlos salcedo, abc 7 news. happening today, don't be alarm if you smoke in the east bay. the shibo fire training program will conduct life fire training. people may see a column of black smoke that may also be visible from b.a.r.t. and interstate 880. you're asked to call 911 only if you see smoke and are unsure if it's coming from the training site. still ahead on abc mornings fans of a christmas light display be finished. >> people come year after year and say, when is it going to be up? when is it going to be up? >> the reason home owners in ag appear on the abcight. bu first the time right now is 8:36. we have a live look outside from the golden gate bridge camera. you can see the slick roads for
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happening today, thousands of competitors have taken over ean francisco for the world's larges rae. the spartan race returns to at&t park this weekend. the event bring as three mile sprint race with more than 15 obstacles to the park. participants climb stairs race down narrow concourses and face tall walls rope climbs monkey bars and much more.
there will be a spartan kids race for boys and girls as young as four. races started at 7:00 this morning. and may be a little chilly for those folks. >> definitely. wet and windy as well. good morning, everyone. the cold front moved through while you slept. some in the north bay. but in the south bay and central coast, including santa cruz more rain through the 11:00 hour. near 50 right now. only in the low 50s. brazy to windy today. we'll have a dry sunday. it will be chilly. i'll have the accuweather seven-day forecast up next. >> thanks. also next, defenses dominate at the pac 12 title game between washington and utah.
time right now is 8:43. we're looking live at the sfo international airport. some delays to pass along for incoming floits. average delays around 45 minutes right now. . due to some of the wind out there. a departing- the departing flights appear to be on time for now. in sports the warriors get a boost in afternoon with stephen curry set to return from the groin injury. golden state battles pistons at little caesar arena in detroit. tipoff at 4 "p." . we know one of the teams in the rose bol. last night the pac 12 crowned the conference champion at levi stadium. abc 7 sports director larry booefl has the highlights. >> good morning, everybody.
washington's win knock the pac 12 out. but rose bowl is a nice consolation. the huskies played utah. pac 12 championship game. a small but enthused gathering, emphasize on small. 3-3 in the third. the ball bounces twice. and the husky oc murphy grabs it and gone. 66 yards to the house. only touchdown of the entire game. offense non-existen. washington wins. the pac 12 title game 10-3. and they go on to the rose bowl. cal and stanford play the 121st edition of the big game today in berkeley. delayed two weeks because of smoky air. the cardinals open up the offense. not quite run and shoot. but kj koechlt thrown 15 td pass turned into a gritty team on defense. five take aways against colorado last week.
stanford held the axe five years and cal wants it back. >> as long as you use the energy and emotion the right way how to play next play at your best, then it's good. >> if it ends up a high scoring game great. 10-6 fourth quarter. great. whatever the situation is, our guys are going to play hard and tri to win. >> big nfl news, the kansas city chiefs come to oakland sunday, careem hunt will not be with them because of the video. the chiefs cut the star tailback after tms obtained this video of him kicking and shoving a woman in february. why did it take ten months for the vitd to come out? the chiefs and nfl claim they had not seen it until released on friday. the chiefs said hunt was not truthful about what happened when they did the initial investigation. so kc lose as star player. he scored 14 touchdowns in 11 games. baseball moves, hunt strickland will not be become.
he drilled bryce harper was not offered a new contract. and a's not bringing back fires. he has his will goments intact unlike most of the rest of the a's rotation. stanford volleyball number one in the nation. hosting alabama state. cardinals take the first game easily. second game 6'6" kathryn plumber with authority. the cardinal cruising. look at the touch on this from tammy. stanford wins the second game 25-17. they complete the sweep the cardinal win and face lmu in the soaked round sunday. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. >> now the accuweather forecast with lisa argen. good saturday morning, first weekend of december, cold, rainy and windy out there with a 1 on the storm impact scale. win we have rain through the
early afternoon light to moderate. most areas less than 0.2 left of this. but it's raw through the amp as northwest early winds funnel in behind the system. we have been watching the rain all morning. it's changing over to snow in lake county. you can see a few showers around lake point and pen grove inverness, more late showers through mill valley. heavier in the east and south bay. you now this is breg up a bit. livermore, 580, wet and right along san mateo redwood city now getting showers through 280,woodside and belmont. down in stanford wet weather. and we are looking at page mill road getting into the act. in the south bay, it's been coming down pretty good. parts of highway 17, boulder creek and the santa cruz mountains. you can see ben lomond we look for this last throughout the noon hour. heavier cell in the hills east of sand martin. and finally in the sierra nevada where with we have the storm warning through 6:00. but the heaviest snow through
the noon hour and looking at the snow level below 3,000 feet feet now. one to two feet with two inches per hour and the heaviest snow through noon. but we have the rain snow mix from lake county, mount shasta, winter weather advisory and down towards yosemite a foot at snow at 5,000 feet. certainly a welcome sight here and picking up anywhere from two to ten inches through 6:00 at blue canyon. a nice rainbow here the last five minutes or so. you can see the drips on the lens with 54 in san francisco. 45 in morgan hi and 57 in sand rafael a few peeks of blue. but don't be fooled. we could see showers and the northwest early winds keep the clouds coming, the cold air cumulus, 54 in sand rafael and concord. look at the camera shaking from the sutro tower vantage point
where winds gusted to 35 miles an hour. delays at sfo. the showers spreading throughout the bay. it's chilly tomorrow, monday and several days of rain this week. tomorrow, the only droi day really totally dry. 25 miles an hour wind gusts novato and sand carlos. along the coast but check out mount tam, up to 53 miles an hour. and mount diablo was the same. beginning to light. up a bit there. but still very gusty to windy today from the coast in and around the bay. this is 11:00 tonight. and we are still breezy. so it's going to be chilly out there. you need the jacket throughout the rest of the day. the showers continue to sink to the south and by noontime they're pretty much out of here. but we could see a pop-up shower around the bay today with the cold northwest early flow. keep that in mind if you are going to the big game. temperatures in the low 50s with an isolated shower. what's left of this system, one to 0.2 out there. through stourk or 1:0056 in concord. that seems to be the popular number.
and in san jose and palo alto. the accuweather seven-day forecast, a 1 on the storm impact scale winding down throughout the afternoon. breezy, cold morning and we see temperatures just as chilly even with the sun tomorrow. then the rain moves in late monday. that's why we have the 1 there. it kinning into the tuesday morning commute, wednesday with, thursday, friday. downloaded a.m. tracking live doppler 7 will help you navigate through the morning commute and the rest of the weekend. although this part of the weekend is wet and then we improve. >> you have had a very busy week -- or busy morning in the weather center. >> definitely. >> thanks for tracking all this lisa appreciate if. a unique holiday tradition in the bay area is about to go primetime. a christmas display that thrilled a neighborhood for decades now it's profiled as part of a national television show that can be seen on abc. our anchor dan ashley has the details. >> reporter: if you've ever climbed a ladder to string christmas lights you can appreciate the effort that tom taylor and jerry goldstein go
to. for more than 30 years they turned the home on the hill before the castro district in a full blown christmas display. it started with a small tree when he they moved in. >> tom threw it in the ground and somehow or another it found the sewer. >> it grew. >> it grew and grew. and now it's like 60 feet high. >> their display has drawn visitors from as far as germany. but a few years ago tom and jerry as they're known got a call from the abc's great christmas light fight which profiles the biggest home displays from around the country. they finally agreed to participate but a san francisco caveat. >> we aren't in a lit fight. this is our gift to the owod. >> the light fight crew photographed the display last december as it was going up. tom and jerry say it's a creative struggle every year to decide what to keep and what to update. >> yeah, we always have to remake things and come up with
new ideas and working on trains and things. >> it takes about six weeks to put the splay up every year. and they're still waiting to see how the labor of of lo fares on the show. but win orp lose they want to represent the values of san francisco. >> in tree represents what america should be. in tree represents immigrants, african-americans, us. >> dan ashley, abc 7 news. you can watch the great christmas light fight here on abc 7 mondays at 8:00 p.m. next, the holiday train is ready to roll. we have more on the fefivety the for the peen. heading to break a live look outside from the pier 39 camera. the true stars of the show, the sea lions at pier 39. we have visitors heading out to the wharf this weekend and we get a final look on the forecast and the rain chances with lisa argen coming up.
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the train arrives at 4:00 in afternoon at the station at fourth and king in san francisco. a final weather check with lisa. still seeing pretty good downpours as the cold front moves south and east. a 1 on the storm impact scale. now through early afternoon looking at an additional quarter of an inch in the ought and southeast bay. there is is the rain in south port. the marin. novato into the east bay. scattered from lafayette to 580 and hayward but more rain on the peninsula from san mateo redwood city and woodside. 280 highway 35 and down by the summit, highway 17. boulder creek and much of santa clara. as we widen this you can see the bigger cell over the hills there. morgan hill, gilroy, sand martin, the accuweather seven-day forecast sunnier but cool and brazy and isolated shower today. then tomorrow waking up to morning chill. a 1 on the impact scale each day next week.
that is certainly a welcome site for the first week ever december. but it's cold out there today. and windy. >> yeah, the scale and the way you just interpreted and explain everything just makes it so easy to understand. lisa, thank you. >> thanks and that rain helps as well. >> thanks for joining us on abc 7 morning process. i'm chris nguyen. with rirj. a huge day of football is ahead on abc 7. next at 9:00 a.m. the red river rematch number 14 texas battle the oklahoma. at at&t stadium. and the big 12 championship game as the sooner try to keep the college football playoffs helm home alive and avenge the only loss. memphis takes on number 8 ucf is in the athletic conference game in orlando. follow by news at 4:00 p.m. at 5:00 number 2 clemson faces pittsburgh in charlotte. followed by cache creek after the game with larry and mindy at 8:30. have a great day, everybody.
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