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in the most recent press conference, president ardern promised to discuss gun laws on monday. >> we cannot be deterred on the work we need to do about gun laws in new xeeld. they need to change, regardless of what may or may not have happened with gun retailers, they will change. >> they're also making promises to show support to one another, especially the muslim community. there were several vigils with the common sentiment, unity across religious groups. luz pena has more. >> reporter: in a room with muslims, christians, jewish and more, prayer united all. >> our condolences to not only the people of christchurch in
new zealand, muslims and everyone. >> reporter: the muslim community across the world has been mourning the death of 50 people who were killed in a shooting at two mosques in new zealand on friday. >> when this happened, you think that you are alone, but when they are coming and giving this for you, you feel stronger. >> changes for all of you -- >> reporter: this muslim leader said the outpouring of support and love from multiple religious groups has helped them to feel safe. >> hate against a certain community is unthinkable. and you know, that's why we all came together. >> this envelope full of letters is part of that kindness. >> a very supportive letter, around 35 letters we have here from the jewish and christian brothers and sisters. i read most of them. they are saying that we are with you, we are here for you. >> we're going to continue to be
muslims. >> reporter: outside of martin luther king jr.'s library, dozens of people lit candles and prayed for those that were killed. >> the fbi stands ready to assist. >> reporter: the fbi in the bay area has made themselves accessible for local mosques. >> obviously, with the threats that are out there, it's important for us to be there to offer support and assistance and for them to know who to contact in times of need. >> reporter: luz pena, abc7 news. >> there will be a remembrance today at the muslim community center, east bay and pleasanton. it starts at 3:30 this afternoon. then at 5:30, santa clara university will hold a candlelight vigil in sanctions hall. jacinda ardern talked about the live streaming of the attack, some of which appeared on facebook. she said certainly i have had contact from sheryl sandberg. i have not spoken to her
directly but she's reached out in acknowledgement of what happened. ardern says the live streaming and responsibility of tech companies to monitor this content is something she hopes to discuss directly with facebook. here at abc7, we've looked into how the live stream got past social media platforms. you can watch the complete story on abc7news.com. the ch specific investigating a deadly freeway shooting near concord. a silver honda crashed into a guardrail near the willow pass road off-road. the driver, a woman from antioch, was found dead at the scene. bullet holes were found on the driver's side door. the silver honda was towed from the scene around 10:30 last night. detectives are searching for possible witnesses. new details about a deadly crash involving a bicyclist in san francisco. "the examiner" reports the driver who opened a car door, causing the bicyclist to swerve into traffic will likely not face criminal charges. a truck hit and killed
30-year-old tess rothstein earlier this month. attorneys who work in the field do not expect charges to be brought against the driver because the state statute for vehicular manslaughter requires a person to be driving a vehicle. the driver was parked. that driver spoke exclusively to abc7 news. she says she has been heartbroken since the accident. a 40-year-old vallejo snowboarder who died in north lake tahoe has been identified. the sheriff's office says danison crowder went snowboarding by himself on friday and his body was discovered by ski patrol on wednesday, the same day he was reported missing. teams searched the mountain after finding his car in the parking lot covered in snow. especially high snow levels have created hazards for skiers and snowboarders this year. a once in a lifetime opportunity for kids who have been through a tragedy. baseball players from paradise high school where last year's campfire destroyed most of the city played a special game of baseball at oracle park. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has more on how the
sport is helping them cope. >> you got it, buddy! >> reporter: this is no ordinary day. [ applause ] and no ordinary baseball game. >> number 11, tanner smith! [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: the paradise high school bobcats are playing at oracle park. the camp fire took their field, much of the players' homes and much of their town. that's what makes this game so special. >> very emotional. i started to cry here today seeing them out on the field. >> reporter: he is number 17, trevor rickson. he calls baseball his new home since moving into a hotel after the fire. >> just keeps all of us busy, keeps us going. after school, we get to go there and play baseball instead of doing nothing. >> it's a very important, like thing for my heart, because i lost a lot. >> reporter: these are survivors. even the strongest shed tears at times. >> kind of just want to go home in my own time, with family.
>> reporter: that's why the dante benedetti foundation is stepping in with a bank full of cash to help them rebuild. even though paradise high school is still standing, the water is contaminated and there is a lot of damage, and that's where the foundation money comes in. it will pay for new equipment and new fields. new fields should be ready by the fall. in san francisco, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> and you can see the sunlight there on the baseball field yesterday. nice day. >> it was gorgeous yesterday. it's going to be gorgeous again today, but we will see a few more clouds, although if you liked yesterday's temperatures, it's going to be about the same, possibly a few degrees warmer in some spots. check out this live shot from the exploratorium camera looking at downtown san francisco. we have some rain on the way, though, so i'll let you know about that. >> all right, thanks. also next, a shoot-out at the bellagio casino in las vegas turns deadly. the single item that kept a police officer alive. thousands of lives are claimed each year by this silent
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outside of the bellagio hotel and casino in las vegas has turned deadly. a robbery suspect was wounded after trading gunfire with police late friday night and has died. police say the suspect robbed the packed casino and was confronted by four officers while trying to carjack a vehicle. a las vegas police officer was also shot but was wearing a bulletproof vest. >> can you start fire department rescue out this way? we're going to have transporting officers. >> the officer had his bulletproof vest on, which probably saved his life. >> police did not say how much money the suspect got before he was taken down by officers. a new study by apple says its watches could potentially save lives by detecting irregular heartbeats. stanford researchers looked at pulse data collected from 400,000 participants. those with irregular heartbeats were sent electrocardiogram patches for further monitoring. one-third of the group turned out to have atrial defibrillation, a potentially fatal condition that kills
130,000 americans each year. the watch did have a high rate of false positives, but it could be promising for the future of health software. the warriors and chase center are holding a reveal week starting tomorrow to announce the first slate of shows that will take place at the new arena. the performers will join warriors owner and the team president tomorrow to announce the first event. then daily announcements will continue through the week. the 18,000 seat spots and entertainment venue is expected to open in the fall in time for the warriors' 2019-2020 season. well, the bay area will be well represented on abc tonight. a fremont singer could be the next "american idol." here's a sneak peek at what happens when ashley hess goes before the judges. >> hold on, everybody. can we take our chairs? >> oh, my gosh. >> let's move them by the piano. >> would you do that again for us, please? ♪ my heart is drenched in wine >> yeah, san francisco, that's
pretty awesome there. she auditions in front of luke bryant, katy perry and lionel richie. she's from fremont. "american idol" airs at 8:00 p.m. tonight here on abc7, followed by "shark tank" at 10:00, which will feature an entrepreneur from oakland. then stay tuned for abc7 news at 11:00. san francisco turned into a sea of green yesterday for the annual st. patrick's day parade. it's billed as the biggest celebration on the west coast. it featured irish dancers and a little bit of everything. there were marching bands, floats, police officers and firefighters and that's just part of the lineup. mayor london breed served as grand marshal and the parade snaked down market street. this is the 168th year the parade has been held. in the east bay, people are losing their hair all in the name of charity. today the eighth annual st. baldrick's shave-a-thon benefit will be held. yesterday abc7 news was in
oakland for the 12th annual brave the shave fund-raiser at the children's hospital. people shaved their heads to raise money for the st. bald rick's foundation, which helps children fighting cancer. people came from all over to get a trim and donate. >> it's a great cause out here. we came out here with our jeep crew. we raised about $3,000 for this cause, and happy to be a part of it. >> abc7 news weather anchor spencer christian was there to emcee the event. organizers say this is the biggest fund-raiser for childhood cancer, raising $35 million a year. you could donate by going to the st. baldrick's website. our meteorologist is joining us now with the forecast. good morning, frances. >> good morning. we're starting off differently this morning with high clouds. and i'm showing you that with live doppler 7 and the satellite image. we've got some high clouds moving through along the peninsula coast, and we'll see temperatures still warm up, but there's a few changes on the way. here's a look from our roof camera out towards the bay
bridge. it's pretty quiet right now. san francisco's 50. other areas are in the 40-degree range. morgan hill 44 degrees right now. and this time from emeryville, you can see some of the clouds this morning across the bay bridge and over there in the distance in san francisco. most other temperatures are in the low 40s through santa rosa, napa 42, as well as vacaville, concord a little bit mild at 48. this is a live shot at the san jose airport. here's what you can expect for the forecast. we'll have another warm day. we'll see a few clouds passing through, increasing clouds later on tonight, and then for tomorrow, it's going to be cloudier, but temperatures will still be mild. in fact, well above average. and then spring showers, they return. rain returns to our forecast midweek. highs today will be very close to yesterday's numbers, so another gorgeous day for st. patrick's day. san francisco 68, oakland 69. we'll see some mid-70s in san jose and morgan hill and santa rosa and napa in the upper 70s. so notice those high clouds
start to move in through the north bay, and that will continue to increase overnight into monday. also, if you're headed to the beaches today, more cloud cover as well, temperatures generally in the mid-60s through ocean beach, half moon bay, but still another beautiful day in santa cruz at 73 with high uv index. you'll still need the sunscreen. and overnight lows will be mild once again in the 40s and 50s. lots of 50s around the bay area through san francisco, san mateo, oakland, and even san jose. now, i want to show you what you can expect over the next few days. monday we'll still see springlike weather with some mild temperatures, possibly even 77 in san jose, so some mid-70s through parts of the north bay and east bay. but notice on tuesday it gets a little bit cloudier. temperatures come down a bit. most of everyone will be in the 60s, possibly reaching a few 70s out there, and then wednesday things change quite a bit. much cooler with showers moving in for the first day of spring. so, here are the rain chances.
we're looking good. still nice temperatures. and then on wednesday things start to change. temperatures will come down. we see rain. a little bit unsettled thursday through friday and into saturday as well. and here's a forecast animation you see the rain starts to move in on wednesday. we're talking light rain, generally less than half an inch, but we could see the breeze pick up late tuesday night as showers possibly arrive coming in on tuesday and into wednesday. but for today, enjoy st. patrick's day! we're pretty lucky with the gorgeous weather this weekend. tomorrow we'll see increasing clouds and then we'll start to notice a change midweek. again, looking a little unsettled thursday, friday and into saturday. >> it's nice to finally have a rain-free weekend. all right. >> exactly. enjoy it while you can. >> thank you, frances. abc's new brand localish is sharing with "more in common." this week, an unlikely group of friends making beautiful music together.
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>> reporter: marina mckalish went online to order a new dishwash dishwasher. costco.com canceled the first scheduled delivery but made good on the second promised date. >> it wam came on the ninth, but it was broken. it worked once. >> reporter: they scheduled a third delivery and a third. >> they never showed up, even though we had an automated call saying we're showing up for it. >> reporter: one month later, the delivery service did show up but without the new dishwasher. >> they were supposed to deliver a new one, but they said no, we were only scheduled to pick up the broken one. >> reporter: by now, marina is getting used to cleaning dishes the old-fashioned way, by hand. her husband has also taken time off work from these deliveries and both are getting frustrated. >> six times they scheduled appointments to bring me a new dishwasher and six times i didn't get a dishwasher. >> reporter: her boss suggested she contact me, so she did. four days later, she heard from costco. >> by tuesday, costco.com called me, offered me a full refund. by thursday, thursday i had the full refund.
>> reporter: she has since bought a new dishwasher from elsewhere. she received it five days after she ordered it. >> it was the best customer service experience we've had, and considering what we went through, it was such a delight. >> reporter: costco.com did not respond to our request for comment. it did, however, offer her an extra $200 for lost time at work. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. some coast guard families are paying it forward this weekend. yesterday, several showed up at the san francisco marin food bank in san rafael to sort food. you may recall, during the government shutdown, the same food bank helped families by opening its pantry and holding a food drive. organizers from the coast guard say the food bank was there when they were in need, so now it's their turn to give back. san francisco went global last night at the inaugural global sf reception. abc7 news anchor dion lim hosted the event at the twitter building on market street. the night featured mayor london breed along with diplomats and business leaders who celebrated our city's diverse culture. it also featured cuisines and
products from around the world. the non-profit helps international businesses invest and grow in san francisco. san francisco firefighters do a lot more than respond to firdz. every once it a while they come to the aid of animals who get themselves into precarious positions. >> it's all right. you're all right. >> slide down! >> go ahead. come on down. >> they were worried the cat could get electrocuted by some nearby power lines. you can see they put up the ladder and encouraged the feline to come down. eventually, the cat got the idea, figured it out, climbed down and ran off. one of the most famous giraffes in the world has done it again. april gave birth to her fifth calf yesterday. the world got to watch online while she delivered a baby boy, which is yet to be named. more than a million people watched the arrival of her son. this year the park in upstate new york decided to cash in on the celebrity stats. for 5 bucks, people could
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good morning, north bay! let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." good morning! we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather. >> good morning, everyone. we have a few changes on the way right now. we're seeing more cloud cover this morning and you can see it here with live doppler 7 and the satellite image, some high clouds over parts of the north bay and along the peninsula coast. in fact, we're seeing some fog as well in petaluma, where visibility has dropped down to about a fourth of a mile. sfo seven miles as well as half moon bay. here's your 12-hour planner for
st. patrick's day. sunrise at 7:17. temperatures are in the 40s. sunny and mild this afternoon. we'll hit the 60s by lunchtime and it will still be warm. inland areas in the mid-to-upper 70s. around the bay low to mid-70s. and at the coast, mid-to-upper 60s. we'll see increasing clouds, high clouds later on and into tomorrow, and then i'll talk about some rain chances heading our way this week. matt? >> thank you. now to the deadly terror attack in new zealand. 50 people were killed, 34 others are being treated. 12 of them are in the icu in critical condition. authorities say the 28-year-old suspect is a self-proclaimed racist with a deep hatred for immigrants. the islamic cultural center of california in oakland is in mourning, found a way to celebrate and say thank you to the pple opposing hate. abc7 news reporter jobina fortson has more. >> reporter: the shootings at two mosques in christchurch, new zealand, have left much of the world shaken. >> the tolerance for hate in our
society today that starts, frankly, at the top, cannot be shut down fast enough in my mind. >> reporter: congresswoman jackie speier in millbrae saturday championed new zealand's prime minister's vow to change the country's gun laws. >> our country has got to get a reality check about how violent we are as a society. >> reporter: at this moment, sadness and a call to action can be found all over, but at the islamic cultural center of northern california, you'll also see prayer, food, children playing. it's the celebration of the persian new year. >> people should come and enjoy this first day, or arrival of spring, sunny day and plenty of food. >> reporter: this is a preplanned event that seems to also be serving as a thank you celebration for oakland. this is the chairman of the board here. he says 50 bouquets of flowers and cards from strangers filled the center friday.
>> but especially touch our children and kids. when they saw the pouring of love in the community for them, they really felt part of the american fabric. >> reporter: the center is still remaining vigilant. there's extra security and police, but leaders here tell us oakland makes them feel safe. mayor libby schaaf also spoke at this event and organizers want to make sure that people are welcome at this center any time. reporting in oakland, jobina fortson, abc7 news. a new video shows a senator in australia getting into a scuffle with a teenager over a comment the senator made about friday's attack. take a look. a 17-year-old boy smashes an egg on fraser anning's head. anning hits the teen before the two are pulled apart. the far right senator blames the massacre on immigration policies and "muslim fanatics." many are condemning anning's comments, including australia's prime minister. police say the boy was arrested but hasn't been charged pending further investigation. former obama homeland
security secretary jeh johnson will appear on "this week" to talk about the rise of extremism in the u.s. and abroad and the trump administration's response. you can watch "this week with george stephanopoulos" at 8:00 here on abc7. new developments in the presidential race. brave winds. that's the slogan for democratic senator kirsten gillibrand, who's officially announced her run for the presidency. >> our anthem asks a question, forcing every generation to make a choice -- will brave win? >> will brave win? >> will brave win? >> will brave win? >> will brave win? >> let's answer for ours. it asks, will brave win? >> the new york senator is the 14th official democrat running for president. she has been one of the most forceful critics of the trump administration. senator kirsten gillibrand's first major speech as a candidate will take place outside of the trump international hotel in new york city next sunday. well, for the first time since launching his presidential campaign, vermont senator bernie sanders will visit california this week. his first stop will be on friday
for a rally in san diego. and one week from today, the senator will be here in san francisco for another rally. it's at 12:30 at great meadow park at ft. mason. it's free and open to the public, but get there early because entrance is first come, first serve. a chicago area high school finds itself with an infamous alumnus as a college admissions scandal unfolds. rick singer admitted to being the architect of the scheme that helped the rich and powerful buy entry into some of the nation's elite colleges. singer went to niles west high school and graduated in 1978. current students going through the college application process are finding themselves at a loss for words. >> it was just a really weird feeling that's really hard to be described, because it's not like happy or sad. it's just sort of like, what are the odds? >> i just thought it was kind of odd and ironic that he went to niles west. >> charges against you? >> the students say singer doesn't represent their school and there are other alumni who have done positive things. more than a dozen colleges were named in the indictment. a massive multiagency search
for a missing marine in the sierra nevada is being reduced. 24-year-old u.s. marine corps first lieutenant matthew kraft of washington sent out on a solo ski and hike trip. he planned to complete the 195-mile sierra high route on march 5th but never returned. a manhunt through the sierra began on the fifth. kraft's vehicle was eventually found at the grays meadow campground above independence, california, but no sign of kraft was ever found. the search will continue but on a smaller scale. in southern california, racetrack officials say santa anita park is scheduled to resume horse racing on friday. the track is set to be reopened after a deal was made yesterday by track officials and thoroughbred owners of california. part of it includes a ban on the drug lasix. it's a diuretic that helps prevent horses from hemorrhaging, according to the daily racing form. racing had been suspended after the number of deaths skyrocketed since late december. 22 horses have died due to
injuries on the track. a geological survey says $150 billion in coastal real estate are at risk of flooding by the end of the century. the problem, rising sea levels and erosion. abc7 news reporter wayne freedman visited a town who knows too well how destructive erosion can be. >> reporter: asleep on the beach in pacifica, a perfect moment in a less-than-perfect place based on the ocean's history around here. the fronts of homes tell stories. >> yeah, the waves break right over the sea wall and cross the street and slam into the homes. >> look at it. you can see how it literally took the concrete right off. >> reporter: gia konda eagan doesn't know it yet but her damage is already statistical and part of something frightening, a new report from the united states geological survey that predicts $150 billion in california flood damage by the end of this century blamed sea rise made worse by storms. >> sea level rise in the bay area equals about $20 billion in
damages and about 200,000 people exposed to flooding. >> the danger area's pretty much anywhere near sea level. san francisco and oakland airports, coastal counties north, south and east, even san francisco. in terms of cost, those $150 billion equal 15 times what we paid for the loma prieta earthquake and california wildfires. >> in fact, statewide, san francisco bay accounts for two-thirds of the impacts that we project in this study. >> reporter: and pacifica's already on a leading edge. we have already watched erosion claim cliffside apartment houses, when storms blow in, gia konda eagan says despite a sea wall, her house essentially becomes part of the pacific ocean. >> i had sand in my pipes and i had to hire someone to get the pipe out of the water that i was drinking. >> reporter: shades of what many of us may be dealing with. in pacifica, wayne freedman, abc7 news. still ahead on "abc7 mornings," the bay area's long been involved with the space race. a look at its role in the effort
good morning. a live look there at the golden gate bridge, and you can see traffic moving well this morning. it looks like the weather is going to be pretty nice as well. you can see no fog there at the bridge this morning. new developments on the first mob boss murder in new york in 30 years. the death of frankie boy callie
may not have been a mob hit after all. the boss of the gambino crime family was shot after someone crashed a car outside his staten island mansion. investigators linked the shooting to anthony kamelo. several agencies say kamelo has made conflicting statements, but a leading theory is that he told kamelo to stop dating one of his relatives. the samaritan house held a fund-raising dinner last night. anchor dan ashley emceed the event titled hope is. carole middleton sponsored the event. samaritan house provides shelter, medical screenings at free and low-cost medical clinics for the uninsured throughout san mateo county. the irish cultural center in san francisco will host a block party today with live music, food, dancing and activities for the family. block party will be on slope boulevard at 45th avenue near great highway. it runs from 11:00 until 4:00 this afternoon. what a great day to have this. >> yeah, it's going to be
gorgeous again today. we'll start to see some high clouds, but temperatures will be well above average. here's a live shot from the east bay hills camera. we could see some fog develop along the coast, the peninsula coast, this morning. and i am tracking some rain chances in our forecast coming up this week. also next, the warriors lock in, making a statement in oklahoma city. anthony flores has the highlights and postgame reaction coming up in sports. that's good defense, too. has been making folks feel right at home, with meals like homestyle country fried steak, grandma's sampler, and our signature chicken n' dumplins. so, come on home to what you love. come on home to cracker barrel. we've got kids to drop off.
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andrew flores has highlights in morning sports. >> good morning, everyone. the warriors officially got their checkmark. i'm talking playoffs, not twitter. the dubs punching their ticket to the postseason for the seventh year in a row. steph was full of energy against okc, even taking a midgame bike ride. now, he became just the fifth player in warriors franchise history to score 16,000 career points, 14 for him in the first, and oh, check out the moves. defended nicely, but he creates space and hits the stepback three. dubs up 18 at half. frustrating game for russell westbrook. he runs right into klay and earned his 16th technical foul. he'll be out for next game. third quarter, klay thompson finished up strong. he had 23, another big game for boogie cousins. watch this now. boogie gets bumped, blocked, stays with it, and will beat the shot clock. he had a dozen points, eight rebounds and six assists. steph made five 3s, hits another
one right here. 33 for curry. the warriors win big, 110-88, officially clinching a playoff spot. here's mindi bach with more from okc. >> reporter: most impressive in this 22-point win, all five of the warriors starters with positive ratings, plus 18, plus 17, plus 19, plus 22, and plus 19. but the warriors say this was far from their most complete game. >> defensively it's the best game we've had in a while, but i wouldn't call it a complete game. you know, it's two wins. it's two good wins, but you know, we don't look too deep into two losses. we don't look too deep into two wins. it's just two wins that was a great road wins for us. >> getting everybody involved in those moments where you can celebrate in job's successes, enjoy. there's a little sense of urgency understanding the part of the season we're entering right now. >> losing to phoenix last week at home opened our eyes a little bit and i think the focus the last two games, the energy, the
intensity has been there because that's what it takes against great teams on the road. >> the warriors may not be playing the way they'd like to be at this point, but they leave for san antonio knowing they're on their way to that complete game that they're looking for before the playoffs. in oklahoma city, mindi bach, abc7 sports. thanks, mindi! to the ice, sharks hosting the predators. they gave up a goal just 1:07 into the game, but tie it in the second. timo meier, his 27th of the season. nashville responds just 33 seconds later. the shot goes off the leg of victor arvidsson, 2-1 predators. and brett burns with the pass to joe thornton for the easy tap-in. 2-2 after two. but in the third, forsberg with the wrap-around off the stick. predators win it, 4-2. the sharks have lost two straight. that's a look at your morning sports. i'm anthony flores. have a great sunday. all right, now it's time to check in with meteorologist
frances dinglasan with a look at your accuweather forecast. franc frances? >> hi, matt. good morning, everyone. another gorgeous day ahead, but or changes on the way. here's doppler 7 and the satellite image. notice more high clouds this morning across the north bay and the peninsula coast. there is even some fog in petaluma, but looking outside, winds are calm right now. as we check out the bay bridge and embarcadero there from our roof camera, temperatures are mild. san francisco's 50. oakland 47. san jose 48. cooler in morgan hill at 45. and this time from the east bay, we are looking clear across the bay bridge and the downtown area. again, some clouds coming in from the coast. we could see some patchy fog develop along the peninsula coast this morning. and right now some low 40s through parts of the north bay and even the east bay, so santa rosa, napa 42, as well as petaluma, vacaville, livermore 43 as well. here's a live shot of sfo. there are some clouds moving in, so we'll keep track of some possible flight delays later on. so, here's the forecast.
another warm day today with a few more clouds. we'll see increasing high clouds this afternoon into this evening, and that spills over into tomorrow. cloudier, but temperatures will still be mild. and then spring showers make their way back into the forecast this week. so, if you're heading to the shamrock 5k fun run in dublin today for all the festivities, it's going to be pretty nice. at 8:30 still in the low 50s, so comfortable running weather. and then this afternoon we'll still climb into the low 70s. and then it will start to cool down later on this evening. now, i also want to show you the highs for everybody today. it's going to be close to yesterday's numbers, possibly a couple degrees warmer in some spots. san francisco, 68. oakland 69. san jose 75. plenty of sunshine in morgan hill, 76 there, and low 70s through parts of the north bay. bottom line is enjoy the nice weather. it's going to be very similar to yesterday's conditions with just a few more clouds. lows tonight will be in the 40s and 50s, so a little bit milder. 5 san francisco, oakland, san
mateo and also in san jose. now, temperatures are going to take a drastic change, so enjoy the mild warm weather. for example, our average high is 66. we are a little warmer than that, possibly tomorrow ten degrees above average. notice temperatures tumble midweek. we could drop by as much as 15 degrees in some areas. and then they stay on the cool side through the week and that's because we have a storm system moving in midweek, so again, tomorrow enjoy the springlike weather. then clouds start to increase on tuesday, and then the showers make their way back into the forecast on wednesday and temperatures tumble. we'll be in the upper 50s to low 60s. so, here are the rain chances for the week as well. so, enjoy it. we've got some great weather, well above average for the next few days. tuesday we'll see increasing clouds, but looks like the rain will probably move in on wednesday, lingering a little bit until thursday, so we have
lower chances there. and then friday, late again into saturday morning is when we get our next system moving through. so we have two systems coming in this week. so, tuesday looking cloudy. wednesday looking wet. continuing into thursday. but thursday mostly a break. and then friday night into saturday morning we see some showers and then moving out again by saturday afternoon. so, here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. enjoy the st. patrick's day festivities today. it's going to be gorgeous! mostly sunny with some high clouds. partly cloudy tomorrow but still mild temperatures. and then things get a little bit cloudier and cooler on tuesday. a big change on wednesday for the first day of spring. we'll see some showers and much cooler temperatures. showers look likely to end so we get a decent break again thursday into friday before our second system moves in. next weekend possibly a little wet starting out saturday morning. >> it's nice to see the rain sticking around and it's nice to see they're just one on our storm scale, because we're tired of all the flooding here.
>> yeah, and we're only probably going to get less than half an inch on wednesday. >> yeah, good news. all right, thank you, frances. america has a goal to put astronauts back on the moon within a decade and the ground work is being done at nasa ames in mountain view. we're going inside the lab to see why their work is so crucial. >> reporter: for the baby boom generation, it's was an unforgettable event broadcast live on tv, july 20th, 1969. >> that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> reporter: a half century later, engineers and scientists at nasa ames are doingesearch to put astronauts back on the moon in a decade and to explore mars after that. this miniature satellite called a cube sat is slated to go into space next year to study radiation impact on humans using yeast. astronauts who have gone into deep space developed heart disease and vision problems from radiation exposure. >> the longest a human has been in what we call deeper space is the apollo astronauts that went under two weeks to this
environment, and they were affected. >> reporter: the biosentinel lab's experience will focus on the exposure over steppeded periods. heat shield development continues at nasa ames so spacecraft can withstand extreme temperatures when returning to earth or landing on other planets. even the shape of the spacecraft has to be considered. >> how you operate the mission dictates the materials and the shapes or geometries that you choose for your entry probe. >> reporter: this test chamber at the gun range determines where it is safe to land on the moon by shooting projectiles. it was used in the apollo program. in this era of super computing and simulation modeling, one has to wonder, would technology dating back to 1966 still be applicable today? >> there's a lot more complexity and detail in what's going on with the impact events than they ornlly theoriztheorized. >> this is expected to lead to a new era of deep space
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good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." >> good morning! it's sunday, march 17th, st. patrick's day. i'm matt keller. let's start with a quick look at your weather with meteorologist frances dinglasan. good morning, frances. >> good morning, matt. good morning, everyone. expect another gorgeous day with temperatures well above average today, but we're dealing with a few more high clouds this morning as you can see over live doppler 7 and the satellite image. in fact, limited visibility in petaluma, down to a fourth of a mile. seven miles at sfo and half moon bay, elsewhere it's clear. here's the 12-hour planner for st. patrick's day, sunrise at 7:17, temperatures in the 40s. mostly sunny and mild by lunchtime we'll be in the mid-60s in many areas and still a warm afternoon above average, so mid-70s in the inland