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. good morning and thanks for joining us on b sunday february 15th. i'm chris nguyen. we're is meteorologist lisa tracking the doppler for us. >> a wild ride this morning with a winter weather advisory for the bay area. we're still with this system that is a 1 own our storm impact scale. and bringing down brief heavy down pours, a wintry mix out there and it is breezy. wint weather advisory, 2-4 inches above 2,000 feet. 4 unchs above 2,000 feet. and look at live doppler 7 where you can see the wyatt there. that is the rain/snow mix for mount hamilton to the santa cruz
mountains. highway 17. and we're look at some of this accumulating in the higher hills and look at all those pinks into the east bay, the diablo range and then it is rain across the bay. look at some of the oakland hills there. certainly looking at a little sleet and hail and you may have heard some thunder out there at mill valley. check out that right there around the higher hills and mount tam. and the rain cuts off quickly to the north. so we're look at the system moving through in the morning hours. 33 in clover dale. 44 in hayward. and looks pretty good in san francisco. sunshine today. gonna be cold. barely 50 and more rain for your week ahead. chris? >> lisa, thank you. with the recent streak of rain a we wanted to know how folks were holding up. luis pena hit the streets to find out if people were dancing in theain or loggeriing for
summer. >> we met two groups of people. the one who loved the rain and want more. >> good for the environment. the plants and the drought. >> little day trip. and we're going to say rain or shine we're going to go and we did anyways. >> sorry you didn't get the shine part. >> it's all right. >> just brave the weather and you go and doubt what you c wha it. >> reporter: the correct group can't wait for it to be over. >> i check every day considering how bad its been. and mom gave me this umbrella. so thank you. >> thanks mom. >> reporter: like the showers this weekend. >> the worst thing in the world for the snow, isn't it? new snow and water on of it and just ruins. >> people have been coming knob stop to rent skis. >> the mounten. >> >> reporter: how are you going to ski? show >> i have annual trip with
friends. >> with the weather conditions many are planning to go up to tahoe next thursday when things begin to clear up and hopefully avoid some traffic. meanwhile snow lovers in the city are wishing the rain would turn into powder for oefb reasons. >> you wish maybe snow would fall here? >> yeah. >> that would be crazy. >> we called also cancel school. it was a mixed bag across the bay area but on cob mountain in the north bay you can see it snowing. and lake county, a moment of calmer conditions. a rainbow shot across the sky. live doppler 7 is one of the most popular feature right now on our website as well as the abc 7 news app. click the blue live bar at the top. you can also check the weather conditions where you live and enable push alerts to get the latest knew as it happens.
time now is 5:03. new details this morning on a plane that crashed into the side of mount diablo. the plane was discovered yesterday afternoon just hours after it crashed. officials with the faa will arrive some time today to investigate. abc 7 news has more from danville. >> reporter: this was the scene saturday afternoon. investigators combing through thick brush trying to reach this plane that crashed into the side of mount diablo. >> the only reason we wer able to find it at the time we found it is the clouds lifted high enough so you could see it from the paved road. >> reporter: the faa the small plan took off here friday night but park rangers say they only learned of the crash saturday afternoon. >> it is unusual to have planes crash at mount diablo. very unusual. it is a remote area. the park does close
so if it did go down last night there would be known to hear it. >> reporter: just off to the side how dense and thick the fog is, which is making this vegts so difficult. pg along with the poor weather conditions they aren't ruling out mechanical failure. the pilot believed to be the only one on board. the crash site is blocked off with the pilot's dead body still inside the plane. they were ordered not remove until they conclude the investigation. >> they wanted it to be treated as a crime scene until they can get out to the scene to make their own findings. gunfire erupted at an east oakland strip mall yesterday afternoon sending people running for cover. a red suv was peppered by bullets. just before 5:00 yesterday.
no one was hurt. police responded to the mall but the shooter was able to get away. investigators did not release a motive for the shooting. the ntsb continues to investigate last week's explosion in the richmond district triggering a massive fire. federal safety investigators say they also visited p ge's contror center in san ramon. as part of the investigation, the ntsb will look at how long it took for the utility to shut off the flow of natural gas. >> in the 1981 accident that the ntsb investigated, it took p ge nine hours and ten minutes to shut off the pipeline. in 2008 it was 2 hours and 47 minutes. in 2010, it was 95
>> the ntsb says it took about two hours for the gas to be shut off in this most recent incident. a primary report is expected the next 10-14 days. officials will also be looking into the credentialing, background and qualifications of the excavation crew. cal osha said the operating an excavator when the gas line ruptured. it also said they continue to support all authorities in the investigation and will actively contribute in the search for answers and in the interest of improving safety. caltrans says there shouldn't be any more closers on the richmond-san rafael bridge after the falling concrete last week. they replaced a metal plate on the upper deck for more protection for the roadway.
work on a permanent repair will start tomorrow. concrete fell on the lowrer dec on thursday striking at least one car and shutting down the bridge for hours. the east/west tunnel connects continue co connects contrakosta and alameda counts. -- >> if rely on bart in the early morning hours you will notice a big change tomorrow. bart trains start running one hour later at 5:00 instead of 4:00 because of overnight seismic retrofitting work inside the tube. this change will impact about 2900 customers. buses will stop at selected stations to get riders across the bay. abc 7 com and search "bart." tune in to see what it lease
like to ride now and what track the transit system will take next because a safer bart means a better bay area for a offensive line us. time now 5:08. two passenger ares were killed when a suspected unwrongway driver crashed on highway 1. the second deadly crash here in the bay area in less than a week. >> reporter: there is little left of this silver toyota prius. the chp says its driver was going to wrong way on highway 1 traveling south in northbound lanes when it crashed head on with a chevy pickup about 4:15 a.m. >> there were two passengers that did die on scene. the driver was transplanted to the hospital. >> reporter: the driver of the pickup and his passenger were injured and taken to the hospital. it is unknown where the driver got on the highway 1 but the chp says he may have been driving
the wrong way for miles. >> we do believe it was closer to 280 highway 1 interchange. >> that is the sign. you can barely see it at night. >> reporter: got on the wrong way. >> the signs are not lit. the do not enter. people don't really understand. and if you are not from this area, it could be bad. >> reporter: just a last sunday a suspected wrongway driver on highway 101 track the life of a father of seven from concord. he was ab uber driver. his passengers were injured. the wrongway driver was also killed. >> reporter: authorities don't know if drugs or alcohol played a part. the investigation is still under way. in pacifica, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. police looking for the man accused of stealing from an alameda restaurant. police released this
surveillance video. around 3:00 in the afternoon wednesday, police have not said what was taken by do say the suspect is wanted for grand theft. the as popular restaurant change. it also had locations in oakland and san francisco. time now 5:11 on this sunday morning. lisa? >> just the first half of the day. wet and cold. the san mateo bridge. drips on the lens there. it is just not low 40 tons peninsula. 41 san ramon. and 30s in the north bay and plenty of higher ice around the bay area. we'll talk asmt show it to you and look at yes, a rainy week ahead. also helping campfire victims get
time now is 5:14. and we're taking a quick look at live doppler 7. you can see the green on your screen over much of the bay area. and also over to the east in the san joaquin valley. rain coming down right now. we're tracking the storm. lisa will have the forecast in a bit. residents in beauty county came together to remember those who died last year's campfire. paradise performing arts center, one of the few buildings left standing after the wild fire.
residents honored each of the 85 people who lost their lives. the campfire destroyed almost 14,000 homes and more than 500 businesses over a 2 and a half week period. some 30 contractors who lost their tools in the fire took part in a replacement by home deep. a step in the right direction for contractors trying to get back to work. >> table saw that cuts the wood. not going to get a low end. i'm not not going to get a super high end. right in the middle. >> straight lines makes fine signs. >> received a $55,000 grant from north valley. and 30,000 went to gift cards. >> it is all things to the gem initiative who partnered with paradise adoptive family and north valley community foundation. each person was given anywhere from 700 to $18 hubz based on
their trade. >> happening today. jerry brown will be in the south bay to rein in the year of the pig tonight. evan allow will also be at the event. the lunar new year celebration runs between 5:30 and 7:30 this evening. a little rain at oracle park wasn't enough to dampen fan fest yesterday. baseball season aupon us. got get the let one involved. >> a great tame of year. the energy and excitement of all the
>> we're lifelong giants fans. get a feel of the park. you see the players and you get that excitement going and you realize, okay this is getting real right now. >> craziest thing i ever signed. nothing super, super crazy but i always find it amusing people want you do sign their phones. not the case but the actual phones. >> good time to get together before we head to scottsdale and have a buzz going about it before we head to the season. >> pitchers and catchers report on tuesday. the rest of the team must report by next sunday. opening day is march 28th in san diego. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> system moving through the bay area. the heavy rain in the south bay and the east bay.
the yellows, but the white and pink and purple for the wintry mix. snow in the diablo range. mount hamilton of the north bay hills. and pushing out and we'll have the rain throughout the morning hour. so look at that. some pretty pictures this morning but certainly slick out there up to the hills of the east bay. you can see the rain coming down 580. highway 24. but yeah. certainly some ice out there. some snow you may have heard. thunder. and with all the cold air in place and the system bringing in more cold air. didn't take much to bring out only of this as higher elevation snow. the peninsula, san francisco, san mateo. the santa cruz mountains looking white for sure. and the north bay, lookin fairfax, the hills, you can see the pink indicating the higher elevation snow and snow levels down about 1500 feet and in the mountains, winter storm warning
through tomorrow. in the bay area our winter weather advisory with 2-4 inches above 1500 feet for the north bay. the east bay and santa cruz mount you saw that. and this takes i through 10:00. and the temperatures still cold today but with a little sunshine that should be melting. take your time out there and bundle up. rain and snow mix this morning with a cold but drier afternoon and looking at more unsettled weather. looks like we have about a day and a half of a break but as we check in with our percentage of normal, it is unbelievable how we're not over 100% but getting close to it in san jose. 95% of normal. santa rosa, 92. sfriz up to 90%. and mountainview at 82% and oakland 85%ed in the mountains its been incredible. over a 100% of normal and this morning we're sitting with these very cold temperatures in the 30s for clover dale.
33 for you. 38 in vallejo and 40s around the peninsula. numbers should get up to about 50 today. and as we go through the morning hours more light showers, here we are at 10:00 and this next system will bring down some rain. some snow into the east bay. also along the peninsula and then by 12:00 we're dry. so it looks like partly cloudy skies looking at some of the sunshine to warm up us up. not likely though. it is going to be cold today. the first half picking up about couple of hundreds to about an quarter of an inch. from the early morning to the afternoon. and then by evening really not much more. but in terms of the high temperatures today. we're looking at low 50s. 52 on the pence lasmt richmond, 53 in san rafael. breezy on the coast.
partly cloudy and dry this afternoon. looking dry. few showers in the afternoon in the north bay and tuesday starting out dry but look what happens by the middle of the day. a line of rain moving down the. evening commute could get a little soggy and by early wednesday we're looking at more rain. down our app. and that will help you. >> lisa thank you. abc's new -- sharing stories of inspiration in a weekly digital series called "more in common." onef e firstw masters, known a the mother of feel. >> i'm carol stout and i'm known as the mother of craft beer. >> i'm here lead brewer.
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thanks for waking up with us. i'm chris nguyen. we're starting with a quick look at the weather. lisa argen is tracking the weather. >> it is a one on our storm impact scale. rain, sleet and know osnow out there. lasting through the mork hours. pretty good down pours at times and wintry mix. it is breezy out there. the north bay mountains and east bay hills and santa cruz mountains. a winter weather advisory to 10:00. all the pink and white. bolder creek looking at some snow. mount hamilton covered in the white stuff. into the east bay. into the hills here. rain from san leaned ra to hayward and up into the east bay. gateway boulevard looking at rain/snow mix. and into the north bay that is mount tam there.
highway 37, black point and around big bend is rain. in the 30s and 40s right now. at cold day with temperatures just barely making it to 50. the rain pushes through by midday. and we are looking at a brief break before an active week. chris? >> lisa, thank you. as the snow hits the sierra the chp shut down some roads. highway patrol tweeted there have been multiple spin outs. the chp is also encouraging people to use chains and drive safely. the field of presidential hopefuls continues to get more crowded. today amy klobuchar will announce if she intends to run. and elizabeth warren kicked off yesterday officially in massachusetts. joining a growing field of democratic contenders.
here is abc news white house correspondent with the details. >> senator warren making her big announcement to a raucous crowd of more than three thousand supporters in lawrence, ma. the two term senator taking corre direct aim at the president saying he's made the system more rigged. >> we all know the trump administration is the most corrupt in living memory. we need to take power in washington away from the wealthy and well-connected. >> hours before the rally the trump campaign releasing a statement saying elizabeth warren has been exposed as a fraud by the native americans she --. warren has been cogged by criticism for claims of her native american heritage. just last week her bar registration card surfaced. on her race she called herself
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looking into whether ami violated an immunity agreement. >> publishing photographs that i think prosecutors are going to be very interested in when they examine whether there's been a violation. >> this morning you can watch the attorney representing david pecker the ceo of ami right here on abc 7. speaking of the accusations. you can watch at 8:00 a.m. tax season off to a slow start and early filers are seeing smaller reverends. thage averin18 forar filers. the number of returns received by the irs during the first week of the season dipped to 16 million from 18 million last year. police in southern california
uncovered an under ground shooting rake at the home of a known gang member. the range was accessed through a manhole inside the home. along with am in additimunition seized an hundred round drum for a ar rifle. caught on camera a car crashes through front doors of the police department lobby. just before 5:00 in san pedro, a woman was driving with her baby when she smashed through the glass doors to the station and into the lobby. police believe she may have been driving under the station. a source says she was upset the station was not open the last time she stopped there. prince phillip is giving up his driver's license voluntary. after he was involved in a car crash in norfolk. his land rover landed on its
side after collision with a kia. two days later prince phillip was given suitable words offed a vice by local police after he was spotted driving without a sooeblt. nrveg police confirmed he surrendered his license yesterday. the accident is still under investigation. >> lisa argen will have your full accuweather forecast in a few minutes. of bp
. new this morning, hundreds of people in the pacific northwest are taking advantage of the snowmageddon with a major snowball fight. looks like we don't have thato, wder in tacoma, and hopefully we'll have that video in the next half hour. coming up on abc 7 mornings we're keeping track of the rain.
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in sports the warriors are back in action against the miami heat welcoming 12-time all-star dwayne wade. d wade is listed as questionable after being placed on concussion protocol hitting his head on the court friday in sacramento. tip-off is at 5:30 p.m. at oracle arena. the sharks are now just one point behind calgary for the top spot in the western conference. san jose stayed hot last night in edmonton. larry biel has the highlights in mornings sports. >> the sharks playing some of their best hockey of the season right now. spoiling hockey day in canada.
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significant additions in the off season but a healthy buster posey off a hip surgery. planning on being ready for opening day. still the reflexes catching a slipping abc 7 news microphone here. >> see, hands are good. it's hard to answer that question definitively until i get in the spring and get more of that game activity. but i'm optimistic that i'll be able to play and have the same workload that i have had. >> let's hope so. the giants desperately need him. enjoy the rest of your weekend, everybody. winter weather up north. hundreds in the pacific northwest took advantage of the snowmageddon with a major snowball fight. fight as you can see plenty of people made use of the fresh proud ner tacoma, washington. the event was put together by a
woman just a day before. more than 3,000 people showed interest on facebook. young and old showed up and all seemed to have a good time. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning. it is certainly cold. still look at the wet weather. wintry mix and weather advisory in the bay yir until 10:00. this started last night the cold air in place. and heavy down pours. life look from emeryville where the higher elevations looking at a rain/snow mix and temperatures staying well below average today. we're checking out plenty of 30s. feels like it should be colder than this. 33 in napa. 44 in gilroy at 42 look at wet weather to stake around the first part of your day. morning hours. and by midday clears the south bay.
sfo right now where it is certainly wet there and live doppler 7 confirms that area of rain slicing across the bay. and you will see into the south bay, the central coast and plenty of mix with the white and pink. into mount hamilton, probably the snowiest part of the bay right now. 4,000 feet we had the snow yesterday. to its been a couple of inches and over into the east bay looking into the higher hills here and also the wet weather from 580 oakland. highway 24, lafayette and back across the bay. san francisco it is wet down through half moon bay and certainly pretty pictures hopefully this morning when the sun comes up around highway 17. bolder creek. it is a k this probably will be history by the middle of the day. but you can see its ended in the north bay. still a few showers. locally a 1 on the impact scale
for your sunday morning with the showers. brief down pours like yesterday. the wintry mix and breezy at times. certainly feeling like february. highlighting the areas where we're look at the hills and the rain/snow mix up to four inches above 2,000 feet and likely the east bay hills and around mount hamilton seeing that. from san francisco right now. the perspective is pretty good. reign and snow mix this morning. cold but a dry afternoon so we'll get the rain over with the first part of the day but it remains unsettled. a break monday and by late tuesday it looks like the rain wants to return by the middle of the week. by this morning you will notice the pockets of showers in the next few hours and we're not done yet. because by about 10:30 still looking at rain here it. pushes south and finally exits the south bay by about noontime and the rest of the day featuring drier skies. so amounts with this cold system anywhere from a couple of hundredths in the east bay.
time line taking us through 12:30. and you will notice as we go through the rest of the day we'll accumulate the presip to about a quarter of an inch in san francisco. not a whole lot but buoy it is tough to take over and over. the cold systems. but we certainly need it. 51 in san mateo. 53 in napa and the accuweather seven day forecast looking at the one today. the wintry mix. break tomorrow. slight chance after north bay shower monday. and tuesday night and a rainy wednesday. hopefully break on thursday and the verdict is still out to the end of the week storm but if you download our accuweather app it's certainly lit up this morning with these pretty pinks out there. >> i know you are also tweeting away too. lisa. thank you. in marin county the numbers are in and they are impressive if for coho salmon returning to the creek. how the off spring of 2017 are
paying off big. >> reporter: fishermen like to say rivers and streams run two ways. the sediment goes down and then when salmon run against the waters they bring nutrients back up. it makes this a special place. even more for visitors like katherine from san francisco. >> we need good news these days. >> reporter: now they have it. 350 pairs of coho dug nests and mated this year. that is 700 fish. the best return in more than a decade said aquatic ecologists. >> we got down to about 50 or 60 individual fish back in 2008. so the population has been rebounding ever since. >> reporter: but that is no guarantee this year's fish will survive, which explains these relatively calm and friendly waters downstream at the turtle island restoration network. >> you might compareit to a fast-moving freeway. and this section like an off
ramp to a rest stop where the fish can take refuge. you should have seen it last september. >> reporter: before the rains, hot days, dust and lots of it. a project duplicating a lost floodplain where one year old coho and steelhead survive winter storms. >> they are buried deem down and come out at night. >> the odds of any single hatch ling returning no bart than one or two better. and that is a good number. so there is your good news about a stream running both ways. next ie yearbook curry
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thanks for joining us this sunday february 10th anothei'm nguyen. here is lisa argen tracking the weather. >> system still overhead bringing down cold showers. wintry mix. it is a one on the storm impact scale. in the hills we're seeing snow. a breezy, raw day. winter weather advisory for the local hills. anywhere from 2-4 inches above 1500 feet. look at the rain slicing across the bay area. live doppler 7 going in closer and onto the peninsula, the hills west of woodside there. the valley looking at some snow for mount hamilton where the temperature 28. 26 on mount diablo. into the east bay. highway 24, tunnel road. a little bit of snow