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it's saturday, march 9th. good morning and thanks for being with us, i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the forecast. here's meteorologist frances dinglasan tracking live doppler 7 for us. >> hi, chris. we have a wet weekend ahead. in fact the rain hitting the north bay right now. i want to show you live doppler the areas of light green showing some light rain. as we zoom in, the pink and the white, that's snow falling in some of the higher elevations. so some light rain falling along 101. some spotty showers through santa rosa, glen ellyn, sonoma. right now it's try in napa but they have already had some sprinkles this morning so the rain will start in the north bay and be heavy at times. it will start to slide through the bay area during the morning hours. on abc 7 storm impact scale, we are in a 1, light storm now through tomorrow. morning rain turning into showers by this afternoon. less than an inch of rain for
the weekend, but it will be breezy at times. here's your 12-hour planner with a view of sfo in the background. so light-to-moderate rain in the next few hours. temperatures in the 30s and 40s. the rain will start to change to showers by this afternoon. it will be scattered. highs only in the low to mid-50s. and then tapering off to isolated showers this evening, but we have more wet weather tomorrow and i'll show you what you can expect as well. chris. >> frances, thank you. we're learning new details about the death of a cyclist who was hit and killed in san francisco. hundreds turned out on howard street to form a human barrier between the bike lane and cars in protest. more. news reporter luz pena has >> reporter: the details of this accident are still unclear. the coroner's office confirmed the victim is tess rothstein. according to witnesses, she was going down on howard when the driver of a parked vehicle opened the door. rothstein swerved to avoid the door, placing her in the path of the truck that ran her over. >> it is unacceptable, and we
are calling on the city to take that are necessary to fill in the gaps. >> reporter: tess rothstein was a design researcher in san francisco who, according to one of her social profiles, enjoyed cycling. her death has hit close to many in the cycling community. >> i bike this route every day. the cyclist that died this morning could have been me. so we need protective lanes. >> reporter: john along with hundreds of cyclists stood next toh f a hante bik39st the cyclist's death. >> the next block after where she died has a protective bike lane. she was killed in the last unsafe block of this street before reaching the protective bike lane. >> reporter: a spokesperson confirmed hours is one of the most dangerous streets for cyclists in san francisco and are looking into making changes.
>> the mayor issued a directive on wednesday saying that the mta should move forward with quick, near-term projects to increase safety around the city on our high injury network. we're certainly doing that. this is one of those areas we're exploring options to get improvements in by this year. >> reporter: we spoke to the district 6 supervisor who spoke to sfmta officials who confirmed changes will be made by april. in san francisco, luz pena, abc 7 news. in the south bay community members marched for justice for an unsolved murder case from last year. 28-year-old father of two francisco santos was fatally stabbed outside his home on raymond avenue on the morning of september 2nd. mothers against murder and the santa clara county sheriff's office are now offering a $30,000 reward for information that would help in the investigation. the suspects were last seen driving a black full-size gmc or chevy pickup truck. oakland unified school district is planning to lay off more than 100 employees. this follows a decision to cut
members of the board of education voted to cut almost $22 million from the budget to fulfill a new contract agreemen. a spokesman for the district says this will result in some layoffs. the move comes after a week-long strike by teachers. meanwhile officials with the san ramon valley unified school district and the teachers union hve reached a tentative agreement on a new contract. the two sides have been holding marathon negotiations. the tentative deal includes a 4% salary increase, a small increase to the retirement plan and caps on class sizes. the deal is set to be presented to teachers on monday, and teachers will then vote on the contract next tuesday through thursday. "empire" actor jussie smollett is facing more than a dozen felony charges relating to allegations that he lied to police about being the victim of a violent hate crime. in january smollett told police that two men attacked him while shouting racist and homophobic slurs and placing a noose around his neck.
a couple of weeks later police received new evidence that led them to believe smollett knew his attackers and allegedly paid them to stage the assault. the actor says he's innocent. san francisco is about to get a new influx of millionaires again. several high-tech startups are expected to go public this year. that includes airbnb, uber, slack and pinterest. the move could leave employees of those companies flush with cash and that could drive housing prices up even higher in san francisco. we're looking into the issue as part of our commitment to building a better bay area. abc 7 news reporter leslie brinkley has been tracking down what it could mean for you. >> reporter: people covet living here in the city by the bay. it's expensive now, very expensive, but buckle up for a ride up on the backs of these ipos. in the next year these major tech companies like airbnb, uber, lyft and others are expected to go public with a total market capitalization of
around $200 billion. many of those employees have an equity stake in those companies. >> if all the planned or rumored ipos happen, we will see in the order of thousands of new millionaires. >> reporter: dennis specializes in data analytics and he crunched the numbers on what might happen when these new millionaires start buying single family homes. >> we probably expect 50% to 100% increase in prices in the next five years specifically for single family homes. >> in san francisco. >> in san francisco. >> that's a hard number to wrap our head around, that prices could go up 50%? >> yeah, unfortunately. unfortunately. >> allegedly we'll have a bunch of thousands of newly minted millionaires overnight coming from the five to six ipos happening, so it remains to be seen. no one can tell me that won't affect the housing market, it certainly will. >> reporter: some sellers are pulling their homes off the market to wait for the ipos to
materialize and prices to go up with lots of buyers putting all cash on the table. >> this year seems off the hook with so many ipos. there's so many of them happening. >> reporter: he said the ipos will bring lavish multimillion dollar parties, helping san francisco's musicians and restaurants in the process. >> there's nights where you drive around san francisco and you see every restaurant or bar is packed with some kind of party. >> reporter: it's going to be quite an ipo tidal wave. the real estate experts i consulted with said that the average home buyer isn't likely to directly compete, at least right now with those ipo buyers because they're going to be targeting luxury homes and city condos. i'm leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. we want to hear your ideas about building a better bay area. what issues do you see where you live and what would make them better? use the #betterbayarea on social media to join the conversation. democratic presidential candidate elizabeth warren says she wants to break up big tech.
yesterday warren tweeted it's time to break up amazon, google and facebook. google is based in mountain view, facebook is in menlo park. warren elaborates saying the three companies have a vast power over the economy and democracy and says they have bulldozed competition. >> what we've got to do is take those platforms. you know how you order on amazon or do a search on google, and break them off from the additional businesses that they're running and those additional businesses are where they're getting a comparative advantage on their information, because of the information they get from their platforms. >> the proposal she's introduced would only apply to tech companies making $25 billion or more in annual revenue. all right, the time is ee kn arn the nt few hours.he t'ti no
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breaking news right now. there's no b.a.r.t. service because of a computer problem. b.a.r.t. says crews working overnight on its uninterruptable power supply in oakland ran into some problems that impacted the power supply and train control systems. without both systems, the agency cannot safely dispatch trains. crews are working to troubleshoot the issue to get both systems up and working as soon as possible. 6:12 the time. in the south bay the silicon valley auto show shifts into high gear this weekend. a group of san jose state students are showing off t veclrom sctc jobina fortson got a chance to jump in the driver's seat. >> reporter: sleek new whips, classic cars and san jose state students are revving up innovation at the silicon valley car show. >> the product idea or intention is to build a vehicle that will
serve in neighborhoods or small communities. >> reporter: this is an autonomous vehicle built by students named kiki after a viral dance challenge, so might as well try it out on the 3-d monitor. >> that is you dancing. >> reporter: we got a tour of other features too. >> a lot of the housings are 3-d printed in house and designed by students. >> reporter: it has five sensors cruised across campus. >> another thing we have is front headlights. >> reporter: there's more. >> this is very similar to what tesla is using. >> reporter: like these electric cars. >> sometimes i get a little bit surprised that we could build this from the ground up. >> reporter: allegra is one of very few women in the program. >> if you're interested in something, it doesn't matter if you've ever been told that you can do it or not, but you have to just pursue those dreams. >> reporter: it's only fitting that on international women's day she got to share that message with a 12-year-old. >> is the engine in the back part? >> reporter: she hopes to build cars one day too. >> our students are capable of building something from a concept. >> reporter: and they're already
showing the next generation how. jobina fortson, abc 7 news. if you're planning to travel to europe, starting in 2021 you'll need more than a passport. americans traveling to european union countries will have to have a visa. the eu announced the policy as an effort to boost security and to deal with terrorism and illegal migration. the visa is good for three years and works for multiple entries. the new policy does not apply to travel to the united kingdom. for more information on the new european travel visa, head to our website, abc7news.com. are you ready for tomorrow? daylight saving time is at 2:00 a.m. depriving you of one hour of sleep. assembly man chu of san jose is leading the way so you won't have to change your clocks anymore after sunday. abc 7 news reporter vic lee has the story. >> reporter: the clock is ticking, ticking till sunday when we spring forward. daylight saving time will begin at 2:00 a.m. clocks move forward an hour to 3:00 a.m.
the process is reversed in the fall when clocks fall back an hour. assemblyman chu wants your clock to stay permanently at daylight saving time. >> i'm hoping this will be the last time you have to switch your clock in california. >> reporter: last november voters approved proposition 7, which makes daylight saving time year round, but it still needs a vote of the legislature and the blessing of the federal government. chu says switching time back and forth is hazardous to your health. here's what he says research found. >> researchers estimate that we deprive ourselves of an extra 40 minutes of sleep because of the change. >> reporter: more crashes on roads because of sleepy drivers. >> daylight saving time, researchers say, also causes more injuries at work, and possibly more suicides. >> reporter: here are some survival tips.
>> now, alcohol can interfere with your sleep. so avoid using it four to six hours before bedtime. the same with caffeine, so only decaffeinated coffee. >> reporter: and you prepare for the changes sunday by sleeping earlier. >> you kind of go to bed 15 minutes earlier probably a month before we started switching time. >> reporter: but that extra hour of light could be a good thing. it could give you more time to exercise. tick tock, tick tock, sleep tight, at least until sunday morning. vic lee, abc 7 news. the time now is 6:16. meteorologist frances dinglasan is tracking the forecast and rain this weekend. hi, frances. >> hi, chris. i'm showing you live doppler 7 looping over the last couple hours because it has reached the north bay and it's moving through right now. this storm will hit the north bay first and then slide through the bay area the rest of the afternoon. so here's where it's raining right now.
we see some heavier rain just off the coast and some light rain falling through parts of the north bay. some of this rain is virga, so the very, very light green is rain falling from the sky but not quite hitting the ground. you could expect light rain along 101 through novato and making its way through san rafael, also picking up light showers through fremont, 880, and we could see some sprinkles moving across the east and the dumbarton bridge right now. clouds are increasing as well. check out this live shot in san jose. it's gray out there. so far no measurable rainfall but that will change. temperatures are cool in the 40s, even some 30s out there like morgan hill is 39 degrees right now. we've got mid-40s in san francisco, mountain view and also in san jose. check out this shot, this is walnut creek, and we're looking at the sunrise that will be coming at 6:29 this morning. tomorrow, 7:29. t now temperatures aren
the ar. little milder at 47. so o our storm impact scale today and tomorrow's storm ranks a 1, it will be light. but we will see some rain during the morning hours, possibly some downpours at times. then it will taper off into showers this afternoon and this evening. that will continue through tomorrow. less than an inch of rain for most everyone. in fact the rainfall varies quite a bit. breezy at times, especially along the coast. here's a forecast animation. so 7:00 this morning you'll still see some of the heavier showers mainly along the north bay coast. even some dry spots as well. then by about 10:00 we'll start to see rain move through along 101, santa rosa north bay, and then hitting the peninsula coast. then by lunchtime, we'll see some more rain starting to sweep through san francisco and parts of the east bay. it quickly turns into scattered showers by the afternoon and
then isolated showers this evening. now, as this area of low pressure slides south, we'll still see some rain overnight through tomorrow, but you notice it quickly moves out by tomorrow evening. monday will finally be a break for all of us. so rainfall potential, again, generally less than an inch. more rain in parts of the north bay where we're seeing rain right now. so closer to an inch in novato, about three-quarters in ukiah and santa rosa. around half an inch to a quarter inch around the k t fremont, just about 0.1 of an inch and parts of the inland interior east bay also less rain there. highs today will be in the low to mid-50s. san francisco 54, oakland 56, san jose 56 degrees. overnight lows will be chilly once again, especially through parts of the north bay and some valleys where it will be in the 30s. we'll see mid-40s around the bay and only 41 in san jose. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. so rain this morning, showers by
this afternoon. you'll need the wet weather gear throughout the weekend. and tomorrow we start off an hour earlier as you turn your clocks forward for daylight saving time. monday a short break from the rain and then tuesday another system moves through, but it will bring us very light rain and breezy conditions. and then finally some sunshine and milder, warmer weather mid-week into the endy all that often so i'm always nervous when we spring forward and whether or not the phone will catch up. >> oh, my phone is always on time with that stuff. >> i just can't -- i don't know. we'll see. >> i trust technology more than i do myself sometimes. >> thank you, appreciate it. just ahead, good-bye at&t. there's a big change at the home of the giants. we'll be right back.
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new york to tell us what's u at morning america." good morning. coming up the jussie smollett saga continues. the former "empire" actor indicted on felony counts by a grand jury. the star claiming he was the subject of a racist and homophobic assault. he's now accused of filing a false police report. how his legal team is now responding. plus the scam taking advantage of senior citizens. how fraudulent and threatening phone calls rob victims of thousands of dollars and how the government is now cracking down. and finally whoopi goldberg, our colleague here at abc news,
is now opening up about her dangerous battle with pneumonia, the infection that she says nearly killed her. our dr. jen ashton will be here to discuss the illness and what you need to know. it's all coming up on a busy saturday. we'll see you soon. gift cards are popular but can also be risky. thieves can find ways to drain money off of cards so now banks and retailers are trying to make them safer, but not safe enough for an east bay woman. she lost hundreds of dollars due to a mysterious theft. 7 on your side's michael finney helped her out. all she wanted to do was give her son $300 to spend on amazon. >> he moved into a new place. they needed a lot of stuff. >> she never dreamed her money could just disappear the way it did. >> my heart just dropped. >> it began when she bought three amazon gift cards at a safeway store for $100 each. >> these cards are untouched. >> they were not only shield, but the claim number was hidden under a scratch-off strip on back. >> my son scratched off the
first card and punched in the number. >> to his shock, it was worthless. >> he said it's already redeemed. >> but how was that possible? >> we only open up one card. there's two cards that we're afraid to open. >> amazon told them to go back to safeway for answers. safeway said call amazon. >> i have no idea if they worked. safeway can't check for me right now. >> she took this video of her son on the phone with amazon. >> they're open but i haven't scratched off the code. >> amazon told them to go ahead and scratch them off, so he did. >> and they're all redeemed. >> she had paid $300 for three worthless cards, and worse, amazon said it was her loss. >> we are not responsible for any loss or stolen. first of all, it's not lost. second of all, they're not stolen. >> third, her money went into somebody else's account. couldn't amazon get it back? she contacted 7 on your side, we contacted amazon. hours later, she received an e-mail.
>> it's all done, please have your son check the account. >> amazon refunded the money after all saying securing and maintaining the trust of our customers is our top priority. amazon works to evolve ahead of bad actors to safeguard our products from misuse. in this case, we worked with the customer to refund the purchase. >> and i was so happy. >> how do crooks get the money off a gift card? well, sometimes they copy bar codes on store gift cards, wait till they're loaded, then go online to redeem them. it's not clear how they pulled it off in this case or whether amazon tracked down the thief. the only real protection is giving real money. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. the giants ballpark has begun its name-changing transformation. new signs displaying oracle park have started to show up around the stadium. the signs at the 2nd street and marina entrances were installed this week. the transformation will continue through the end of the month,
finishing just in time for the home opener against the tampa bay rays on april 5th. still to come on "abc 7 mornings," they can't make going to the dentist fun, but these volunteers can make dental care accessible today to people who can't normally afford it. also, these flowers are causing major traffic backups. how much longer the poppy super bloom is expected to last. the ross spring dress event is here-finally! so you can say yes to the biggest selection of the season. yes! or stop and ask yourself, at these prices, oh, yeah. or find a look that's, like... wow ...at a price that's, like... whoa. that's yes for less. seriously, 20 to 60 percent off department store prices! more new dresses means more reasons to say yes. at the ross spring dress event. on now! yes for less.
starting with bakg ne. a.r.t.aysruis o acout ghon its eryn oakland ran into some problems that impacted the power supply and train control systems. without both systems, the agency cannot safely dispatch its trains. crews are working to troubleshoot the issue to get both systems up and running as soon as possible. thanks so much for being with us on this saturday morning. we're going to send things over to meteorologist frances dinglasan now who keeping an eye on theccuweather forecast for us a the rain moving into the bay area. >> yeah, it's moving in right now, chris. we're seeing rain and showers. i can show you that with live doppler 7, mainly impacting the north bay right now of the santa rosa has almost 0.2 of an inch just this morning. also that pink and white, that's snow falling in the higher elevations, so through parts of mendocino sn lels possibly dropping as low as down to 2,000 feet. we are also getting some light
rain through petaluma. the precipitation rate, you see this area of light rain is about 0.8 of an inch per hour so not major rainfall yet. also some light rain falling through the east bay along 880 through hayward, down towards fremont. on our storm impact scale we're ranking today and tomorrow's storm a 1, it's light. we have some morning rain turning into showers continuing through tomorrow. rain could be heavy at times but less than an inch of rain overall for the weekend and it could be breezy as well at times. here's your 12-hour planner. light to moderat ove next, 30snd 40s, armi upd-stoda download the abc 7 news app to track the weather on the go. you can access live doppler 7 and customize the app to get the latest forecast where you live. today marks the first anniversary of a deadly attack at a napa county veterans home. albert wong took his own life.
he shot and killed three women who worked as mental health clinicians for pathway home, a residential program for traumatized veterans. wong was kicked out of the facility just days before the shooting. he had lived there for about a year. to mark the anniversary, a remembrance ceremony will be held today for the victims, christine loeber, jennifer gray golick and jennifer gonzalez. it starts at noon at veterans memorial park in yountville. we've been telling you this hour about the possibility of more millionaires moving to the bay area, sending housing prices soaring. there are still so many people here in need. we're highlighting their stories too as part of our building a better bay area initiative. hundreds of people are lined up for a shot at free dental care. it's at the solano county fairgrounds. it's a program sponsored by the california dental association for people with tooth or gum issues and don't have the money or insurance. abc 7 news anchor eric thomas reports from vallejo. >> reporter: how long has it been since some of these folks have seen the dentist?
>> i had one patient this morning, i extracted all of their upper teeth. he said he hadn't been to a dentist in 40 years. >> reporter: dr. nagy is from santa barbara, one of hundreds of volunteers caring for people who can't pay and don't have insurance. he's also incoming president of the california dental association. he says this is what they got into the profession for, to help. >> we can't do all of their dental needs so we look at what's the most emergent, something that's causing them pain, something that has a lot of infection that could affect their health. >> reporter: dentists will see 1900 patients or more between the two days. at the last one in modesto, 1700 volunteers did more than 10,000 procedures that would have cost more than $1.5 million. but here, no one pays and no i.d. is required. some patients spent hours out in the cold overnight to get a place in line. >> they want to do some fillings. then after the filling, then they'll do the cleaning.
>> reporter: once patients finish the registration paperwork, they sit over here for a basic medical check. reporter: you think she's excited? talk to this retired dentist who still volunteers every year and still gets emotional about it. >> what we do in dentistry is we transform people's lives. you have somebody that can't get a job or can't eat or is ashamed to go out in public, and you can change their life in an hour and a half. >> reporter: that's why he's doing this for the 15th time. in vallejo, eric thomas, abc 7 news. >> the volunteer dental clinic runs through tomorrow at the solano county fairgrounds in vallejo. it opened at 5:30 this morning. volunteers will see patients on a first come, first serve basis until 2:00 p.m. at expo hall and mccormick hall. thousands of vietnamese
immigrants are being threatened with deportation due to criminal ochbs offenses after being in america for decades. abc 7 news spoke to a man who was on his way in for an immigration interview before it wasaiit's the second time this has happened. >> reporter: hanging on to his daughter and his freedom, this san jose resident reported to the u.s. citizenship and immigration services office in santa clara for an interview, expecting to be detained and possibly deported. >> i'm not a bad person. i just make a mistake in the past. >> reporter: however, the agency cancelled the meeting at the last minute, claiming it was a misunderstanding. but nguyen says the very same thing happened to him in december. >> i don't know what's the next step going to be. it's pretty hard because i can't plan to do anything for the future unless i know what's going to happen to me first. >> reporter: nguyen's attorney is trying to figure out why his client has been called in twice for questioning by u.s. cis. >> i asked her if she could clarify what reasons they are bringing him in.
she said we have no obligation to tell you anything. you just need to come and be prepared for what happens. >> reporter: nguyen legally came to america as a refugee when he was 12 but he was convicted of ngenaiains hno prior knowledge but in prison and another two years in i.c.e. detention before being released. >> he took the promise of the criminal justice system that you can pay your debt and move forward and he built a life on that. >> reporter: under the trump administration, thousands of vietnamese immigrants face an uncertain fate for crimes they committed in the past. later this month the san jose city council will consider a resolution denouncing the deportation of vietnamese immigrants. >> there is love and love is what brings us together. love is what will set us free. >> reporter: nguyen's wife is a u.s. citizen but his situation aits heunclear. his status ameet makes another unexpected ref familand be a to tak father and a good citizen.
that's all i ask. >> reporter: the anxiety and the uncertainty gripping this immigrant community. >> if you or someone you know is having an immigration issue, you can take action and find an ally at abc7news.com/takeaction. click on the human rights section. new this morning, thousands of people in riverside county are flocking to see a poppy super bloom. thanks to a rainy winter, millions of golden poppies make the hills in lake elsinore picture perfect. the flowers cover the hills in walker canyon, causing traffic to back up nearly 20 miles at a time. more than 1,000 people stop to see the poppies each day, taking their pictures in the sea of orange. >> breath taking. there's the word. >> especially during the day, probably early morning is going to be busy. >> it's pretty cool. i didn't realize how many ies a. >> officials expect the big show to be on for about another week. the time now is 6:37.
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computer problem. you're taking a look at a map of the system. b.a.r.t. says crews working overnight on its uninterruptable power supply in oakland ran into some problems that impacted the power supply and train control systems, so without both systems, the agency says it cannot safely dispatch the trains. crews are working to troubleshoot the issue to get both systems up and running as soon as possible. 6:41 the time. meteorologist frances dinglasan keeping an eye on the forecast for us. >> roads are getting wet right now. we have a storm moving through the bayre hitti easing clouds around the bay area. we'll see some heavier rain move in this morning. i'm let you know what time to expect the heavier showers and much rain to expect for your neighborhood. also ahead, klay thompson returns to the warriors lineup and lights up the
in sports, the sharks have a chance to move to the top of the western conference standings. they began the day one point behind the calgary flames. san jose hosts the st. louis blues at sap center. the puck drops at 1:00 p.m. the warriors close out their home stand tomorrow against the suns, but last night the dubs faced the nuggets at oracle arena in a battle between the top two teams in the western conference. larry beil has the highlights in this morning's sports. good morning, everybody's. warriors coach steve kerr says his team has been playing like garbage the past few weeks.
last night the dubs, they cleaned it up nice. in a battle for first place with the nuggets, riley morrison, the 9-year-old from napa. the warriors came out flying. boogie cousins, just did a podcast with boogie, i think that might have influenced his play. to kevin durant for the jam. dubs up by 19. got kind of lazy. malik beasley had four threes in the first half for denver. nuggets came all the way back and took the lead. have no fear, klay is here. after missing two games with a bruised knee, rise and shine. warriors back on top. klay had six threes in the first half and 27 at the break. dubs were up 17. catch and shoot real quick. klay finished with 39. he was 9 of 11 from deep. to the third quarter, denver gets within 10. durant showing up, and showing up angry. 26 for k.d. and steph launching from way out. 17 for steph..
warriors beat denver 120-105, go two games up on the nuggets. jeff van gundy with klay after the game. >> any long-term worries. >> not at all. terrible question, jeff. >> that was not a bad question. >> we spent so much time together, more than we do with our families, so some days you might butt heads but at the end of the day we all have our eyes set on that three-peat and nothing will deter us from that. baby races. i bet on the blonde kid so i'm feeling good about myself. cal and stanford. look at christine, her 32nd straight double-double. that cut it to three in the fourth quarter. stanford senior, shannon coffey, brewing. that was the only shot that she made with the mask on. made it a six-point game. williams, a game-high 23. 72-54 cardinal. they play washington in the semis. the steelers said they wanted to trade their disgruntled wide receiver antonio brown by friday. that was yesterday. nothing happened.
the raiders might ultimately be his destination. brown was on instagram yesterday. his workout partner said got the black and gray on already. well, you know, the raiders, their colors are silver and black, so that was close, but not exactly their uniform. anyway, on the field, brown is a force. over 100 catches, 15 touchdowns for the steelers l we'll see if the raiders will give up a first-round pick for a soon-to-be 31-year-old receiver at wants big cs. stay tuned for that. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. turning to weather now and the bay area forecast with meteorologist frances dinglasan tracking get rain on live doppler 7. hi, frances. >> hi, chris. good morning, everyone. yep, the storm starting right now hitting the north bay coast first and moving through the north bay. here's live doppler 7 looping over the past couple hours. you can see light rain moving
through parts of the north bay and the yellow to orange showing moderate to heavy rainfall that will sweep through the next few hours. so we check out the north bay and could see heavier rain moving through. down through novato, san rafael and mill valley. also getting light rain hitting the peninsula coast right now, just parts of the coast along san francisco and towards half moon fnd then it will move towards the east bay. so it's starting in the north bay and then it will slide towards the southeast throughout e interior valleys. you can see that little bit of pink, that could be some snow falling in some of the higher elevations. here's a live shot, mt. tam. you've got some sprinkles on the camera, breezy there as well. temperatures mainly in the 40s with the exception of morgan hill. it has been pretty chilly there, only 39 degrees right now. half moon bay 47 degrees. and here's a live shot as we look from the east bay hills. you see some of those low
clouds, some of the rain falling from the sky right now. we will get some rain, but less so in the interior valleys throughout the weekend. in santa rosa it's currently 44 degrees, concord 47, livermore 41 degrees. so on our storm impact scale we're ranking today and tomorrow's storm a 1. it's going to be light. we will see some morning rain tapering off to showers this afternoon. there could be occasional times of moderate rain, but overall less than an inch of rain expected for the weekend and it breezy at times as well. i want to show you theoras annrtingn e next eavy rn will stil bhowersith and then by t starts to move through san francisco into parts of the east bay and also along the peninsula. by lunchtime we'll get a little break through parts of the north bay, the heavier rain slides south towards san jose and moves toward the interior valleys. then as this area of low pressure starts to drop south
overnight into tomorrow, we'll get showers. we could see a little bit of some rain making its way through the bay area tomorrow afternoon and then leaving by tomorrow night, making for a dry day on monday. so rainfall potential varies quite a bit. for example, in fremont, maybe a little over 0.1 of an inch. we'll get more rainfall in the north bay, closer to an inch in novato and three-quarters near ukiah and santa rosa. around the bay, san francisco and oakland and san jose, anywhere between a quarter of an inch to half an inch of rain. highs today on the cool side, we're well below average. breezy as well, especially near the coast. mid-50s for the most part but lakeport only warming up to the mid-40s today. lows tonight chilly as well, mainly in the low to mid-40s with some inland areas dropping to the 30s again overnight. and don't forget to turn your clocks forward an hour tonight into tomorrow. sunset tomorrow will be at 7:12.
here's a look at the seven-day forecast. morning rain tapering off to showers, cool temperatures, low to mid-50s. then sun and showers for tomorrow. we get a short break on monday before another system moves through on tuesday. light rain, breezy conditions, and then finally sunshine, a real break and we'll be closer to average temperatures for next weekend. >> can't wait for that, frances, thank you. "captain marvel" is now in theaters and early estimates show it could set records. george was on the red carpet this week for all the action. >> reporter: brie larson joins the marvel ranks as the first female super hero to get her own movie. in "captain marvel" she lands onert in the 1990s and finds herself in the middle of a galactic mess and one intense emotional journey. >> and the audience goes on that with her. so i really feel like this is a more moving film than other marvel movies. >> reporter: since it's the '90s, the character samuel l. jackson and clark needed to turn back the clock about two
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uninterruptable power supply in oakland ran into problems that impacted the power supply and train control systems. without both systems, the agency says it cannot safely dispatch the trains. crews are working to troubleshoot the issue to get both systems up and running as soon as possible. b.a.r.t. says bus partners have granted mutual aid, which means riders don't have to pay. 6:56 the time. happening today, bicyclists and exhibitionists will take over the streets of san francisco for the world naked bike ride.dare. for the right around iconic spots like fisherman's wharf, the ra meana, north beach, civic center and the castro. organizers say the event is a protest against fossil fuel dependency. similar rides are happening today in other cities. it starts at 11:00 this morning near the ferry building. that will be fun for them. >> yeah, not a great day, though. it is going to be breezy and cool and wet out there today. here's live doppler 7 looping over the past couple of hours. the storm has hit the north bay first and it's starting to move
along the peninsula coast in the next few hours. we've already had 0.2 of an inch of rain in santa rosa. that pink and white, that's snow in some of the higher elevations. and look for the heavier rainfall, the areas of your orange and yellow, to hit san francisco around 8:30. it will move through the bay area this afternoon. on our storm impact scale today and tomorrow's storm is a 1, light, but we will see some morning rain tapering off to showers this afternoon and continuing through tomorrow. less than an inch of rain total for everyone. heavier amounts in the north bay, lighter amounts through the interior valleys, breezy at times as well. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. so morning rain tapering off to showers. temperatures cool, only in the low to mid-50s today. don't forget to turn your clocks forward an hour, chris. not looking forward to losing an hour of sleep for tomorrow morning. sun and showers, the rain will taper tomorrow evening. then we get a short break on monday. light rain moves back in on tuesday and a better break midweek. >> download the abc 7 news app for access to live doppler 7.
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