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better bay area. this is abc7 mornings. good morning. it is sunday, july 21st. i'm cue massey aaron. we are going to get started with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist a argen. >> good morning. starting out with low clouds and fog as per usual here, live doppler 7. walnut creek looks nice doesn't it with the sunshine. and high clouds. in the 50s in san francisco. mid 60s from redwood city, san jose, and oakland. gray on the peninsula. sfo there also in the 60s. not too bad except in the north bay. it is chilly, low 50s with fog from santa rosa. a few patches into the east bay around hayward. in the afternoon, noontime we are in the 60s and 70s. it is a warmer day today, especially inland with upper 80s
to near 90. around 80 at the bay. fog and low clouds each and every day throughout the next seven days but we will approach 100 degrees inland mid week. i will explain coming up. new this morning the chp is investigating a deadly crash on highway 101. the crash happened around 3:30 this morning near the smith ranch road on-ramp. new video shows a white ford expedition flipped updecide down. you see it there. the chp says it was the only vehicle involved in the crash. at least one person is dead. there is no word on what led up to the crash. developing news in concord where police are searching for a atoyclist ern over inveigats say t t concun coided. w le cooperating p picku t with police.
neighbors in mountain view are calling for change after a woman was attacked in creekside park. the suspect has been arrested but this is the second attack in that park this year. abc7 news reporter luz pena has the story. >> reporter: on a popular creekside park trail, people are working out in nature. at 9:42 p.m. a woman's plea for help was heard loud and clear. >> he came up from behind her, wrapped his hand around her mouth and attempted to lift her up. fortunately, the woman's intichkts kicked screaming, which alerted two passersby that were in the area. the man became stooped dropped her and left. >> reporter: police detained the suspect after neighbors reported a man prowling around their neighborhood. >> they determined it was the
man involved in the attack on the park. >> i walk to work in the morning. >> reporter: on february 25th a woman was brutally atanged. >> a gentleman who was a french national staying in the area. he viciously attacked a woman. >> reporter: these women lived in this neighborhood for years. they avoid the trail past 8:00 p.m. and want the city to make some changes. >> over the years this city is becoming less safe unfortunately. >> make it a more secure area, with lights and cameras. >> reporter: martinez is facing charges of attempted rape, attempted kidnapping, false imprisonment, and prowling. what is concerning to mountain view is that there might be other victims out there and ask that anyone with information to come forward. in mountain view, luz pena, abc7 news. in the east bay a fire on mount diablo is now 100% contained. cal fire says crews worked overnight to put out the flames. firefighters were relieved this
morning by a new crew to continue mop up efforts. the fire on summit road burned about four acres. it's been eight months since the camp fire devastated paradi paradise. now the town's public swimming pool is set to reopen for the first time since the fire. now swimmers can lift their spirits by taking a dip in more than 200,000 gallon was water. >> people lost their private pools and their homes. the fact that the health clubs up here that had pools were destroyed, this is the only poile that people can swim in. >> new numbers released by the governor's office show paradise's population plunged by 90%. about 2,000 people currently live in paradise. that's down from 27,000 before the fire. the pay area desperately needs more housing. redwood housing is considering more restrictions on inlaw
units. the city council is expected to vote tomorrow on a measure which limits the size of second story inlaw units. many of them are built above garages. according to our media partner the mercury news some neighbors complained they are losing their privacy. the measure would add incentives for single-story home construction. as part of abc7's continuing commitment to building a better bay area and the need to combat homelessness reporter lisa introduces us to a 17-year-old who spends his time making care packages for the homeless. not only that, he sits down with them to find out what their needs are and asks just one question, how can i help. >> would you like a care package today? ♪ >> how is your day going? how are you doing today. >> reporter: to say he is compassionate would be an understatement. >> thank you so much. so kind. >> reporter: just 17, he started the homeless ben factors
coalition and on weekends he spends time with the homeless. today he is in san francisco's tend tender loin district passing out free food. >> i take them as regular people. >> reporter: he had a lengthy conversation with frank, who has been homeless for a decade. the fact that the teen took the time to talk brought tears to his eyes. >> it is nice. i mean, it hurts a little. but i will take what i can get. >> reporter: why does it hurt a little? >> because he's a kid. and i am a the tender loin. he used to come here to visit his grandparents who own this hotel. this essentially is his community. >> to see that my son wants to come here and help the same community is really amazing. i think for me it just feels good. >> reporter: this is this man's
first time volunteering. >> being out here, i was nervous at first. it is not something i am used to, not something we generally do. but it's been a great experience. >> it is very nice the way he is showing that he loves us and he cares. >> reporter: in san francisco. >> thank you, have a great way. >> abc7 news. >> awesome story. i know a lot of people have plans for sunday. >> yes. >> it should be a nice day to get out and do whatever. >> exactly. the fog is going to burn back to the coast again. but we have changes in the inland valleys where well see a bit of a warmup. if you are far north you still have fog out there. here's a live look from mount tam where you see the high clouds and the low clouds. today, numbers up to near 90 inlands. a few 80s in the north bay. the rest of you, a lot of the same. i will explain next with my accuweather seven-day forecast. also ahead, millions of people dealing with extreme heat this weekend. we are taking a look at the trouble spots. rising tensions between iran and western countries. how the u.s. and uk are
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good morning, everyone. 11 minutes after 9:00 this morning, we are taking a live look outside from our exploratorium cam. looking at the city. it is gorgeous this morning. transamerica pyramid. beautiful day to get out and about. on the peninsula, we are getting a look at a newly renovated terminal at sfo. terminal 1 has been named the harvey milk terminal in honor of san francisco's supervisor harvey milk. he was the first openly gay politician elected in california and was assassinated. >> i know we have three phase inside this project for terminal 1. and we have completed phase one. >> the renovated terminal will have a total of 25 gates s expected to be complete in 2023. tensions are rising between iran and western countries. new video shows an iranian revolutionary guard seizing a
british tanker for quote violating international regulations. elizabeth her has more on the u.s. and the uk's respond. >> reporter: dramatic new video showing the moments iranian commanders seized a britished flagged oil tasker. masked troops dropping from a helicopter onto the deck as the ship traveled through the strait of hormuz. iranians claims they violated maritime laws hitting a fishing boat and failing to respond to that crew's calls. the 23 crew members on board could be held until iranians kplit complete their investigation into that collision. the british government calling these actions dangerous and illegal. >> we spent a long time this afternoon discussing how we can guarantee the security of british and international shipping. >> reporter: president trump recently deployed more troops to the middle east because of iran's threat. >> we have seen no indication that the iranians are prepared to fundamentally change the direction of their nation. >> reporter: tensions between the two countries growing since
the president withdrew the u.s. from the nuclear deal and imposed economic sanctions on iran. >> this only goes to show what i am saying about iran. trouble. nothing but trouble. >> reporter: this incident coming just days after the u.s. claimed one of its warships downed an iranian drone in the same area. >> downed a drone yesterday. there is no doubt about that, right? >> no doubt about it. no. we shot it down. >> reporter: but iran says this video is from the drone the u.s. claims to have destroyed time stamped after the drone went down. elizabeth her, abc news new york. an american woman and her australian boyfriend were killed in canada near the alaskan border. this morning, the fbi are working with the canadian and australian police to investigate. they were on a customer road trip. they were exploring canada's national parks. canadian police say their bodies were found on monday in british columbia.
they say the couple had been shot. >> we have nothing to indicate that their deaths are linked to any other active and ongoing investigations in that area of the province. >> police say it is too soon to tell whether the couple was targeted. a deadly heat wave is hitting much of the country. this morning, dangerous conditions are not l.e.d. letting up on the east coast as abc news reporter kalee hart you think explains temperatures are going to continue to soar. >> reporter: more from 94 million from oklahoma to maine enduring potentially life threatening conditions through the hottest weekend of the summer. monitors warn outside crews to stay hydrated due to extreme temperatures. united airlines providing hydration carts for workers. they will deliver water throughout the day and on request. >> we have a number of methods that we use to prevent heat exhaustion. soe cooling stations strategically placed around the terminal with gatorade and water and ice. >> reporter: in boston, the city
stepping in, opening cooling stations and allowing residents to use pools free of charge in the midwest hundreds of thousands waking up to another day without power after severe storms brought down hundreds of power lines from the de katos to michigan. from the office of emergency management. >> the weather service called this one almost to the exact degree. this is really serious. this is not business as usual. >> reporter: authorities keeping a close eye on the power grid. >> right now we are in a heat-related emergency. you see on the left and the right over there are power outages we are monitoring from the major power companies. >> reporter: beach-goers trying to beat the heat. the intense rays making simple tasks unbearable. >> it is hot. we had to gohe sprinklers to cool ourselves down to finish walking. >> reporter: this infrared camera showing how hot it feels. >> here it is like sucking issu
strong warning to stay inside and hydrate, while in arkansas police are politely asking all criminal activity to hold off at least until cooler weather moves in on monday. records were set for overnight temperatures in many places along the east coast from virginia to massachusetts it felt hotter than 90 degrees in the middle of the night. we haven't felt relief in this part of the country like they have in the midwest yet. blistering temperatures ahead. abc news new york. if you need to cool off, it is national ice cream day. back in 1984, president ronald reagan proclaimed july to be national ice cream month. as you can imagine there are all kinds of deals today at places like baskin robbins, cold stone kremery. we will run down 13 deals you can take advantage of here in the bay area on abc7news.com. i think i will be take advantage of those deals. what about you, lisa?
>> peanut butter and chocolate that's my kind. good morning. a great day for that. any day doppler 7 is showing yo the fog in the north bay and the east bay. this high pressure will bring to bring on the warmth in the east bay valleys. once this system restreets, then the high can real build in. wednesday, thursday, and the middle of the upcoming work week. right now we are sandwiched between the two. low clouds and fog, little bit of heat coming our way. chicago, raining and only in the mid 70s today. they are getting a break. northeast, upper 90s from d.c. to new york. and heat advisories in orange and excessive heat warnings for parts of indiana, ohio and the northeast. high oppressive heat. we have relative humidity. it is with low clouds and low
dew points. that keeps us cool here. in the 60s oakland, redwood say and mid to upper 60s in half moon bay. the high clouds are still there, some of them. they will be with us throughout the afternoon. it is chilly in north bay and nappal. mid 60s, concord and livermore. finally from pier 39 folks out and about checking out the sea lions this morning. we had mist and drizzle along the coast. warmer today by three to five degrees. heat building inland. spreading a little towards the bay. the oppressive heat is going to be with you in the east bay valleys. it is not going to be spreading all around the bay. micro climate, 63 in half moon bay. 67 downtown. like yesterday. 73 in oakland. mid 80s in walnut creek. inland, a warmup with numbers near 90 by the delta.
80 in san rafael. 88 in concord with temperatures in the mid 70s on the peninsula. upper 70s as you get towards mountain view and redwood city. and 87 in morgan hill. tomorrow we have more 90s inland. still comfortable, 60s and 70s around the bay. tuesday little change. heat begins to build as we get into wednesday. that's when this high pressure ridge really comes our way and we are looking at numbers in the mid 90s to near 100 degrees. also getting warmer for santa rosa and san jose at 94. but if you are around the bay, hayward, oakland, el cerrito, san francisco, southern marin you should be comfortable still. the accuweather seven-day forecast looking at mid 60s, coast, 80 around the bay. 90 inland. continued warmth, mid 90s through monday and tuesday. still saying dfrtible and summer like bay side and coast side. wednesday, thursday, friday, download our weather app. it is going to be toasty.
the ice cream will be melting unless you are in an air conditioned place you will have to eat it fast. it looks like summer. we haven't had a lot of heat in july. some folks may want a little bit of it. >> i can understand that. i am going for cookie's and creams. >> many choices out there. >> abc's new brand localish is sharing inspiring stories in a weekly digital series called more in common. hula dancing might look simple but these hawaiians know it takes a lifetime to master. ♪ >> you have brought so many people together with your music. hula is poetry in motion. as a composer i write specifically for hula. >> i notice you have very long fingernails. >> this nail will do the up and es will do the down. >> what are you advocating for
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all right, everyone, welcome to the world's largest bounce house. >> they are great. remember when you were a kid and you were bouncing around? i don't know if everyone got a chance to do that. if you didn't this is a perfect time. this is different. it is unique. it is huge. it is over 11,000 square feet. how often do you get to go in a bounce house that big. >> more than 11,000 square feet. that's big enough to live in. careful, though, i heard rent is high because you know, inflation. >> my favorite part was the mushrooms. >> first time being here. it was a real surprise how much of a physical toll it would take on me. >> it's fun. i am enjoying him having fun. that's all that matters to me. as long as we are enjoying ourselves we are having fun. >> there is a lot of things in it. there is a lot of variety in what you can do. it is meant for all aimings.
>> the largest bounce house in the world. the giant, and air space, a ball pit and a maze. everybody with come out and enjoy time with their family. we have bragging rights, we got in the guinness book of world records for being the biggest bounce house in the world. we are up and down california for the rest of our tours. santa rosa. all over the bay area. come out and have a great time. that's all i can say. >> the big bounce! that was kind of fun looking, right. that was the world's largest bounce house. if you are interested in jumping arnold, find out more on our wentz, abc7news.com. still to come, a pennsylvania school district is backing down from a threat to send kids to foster what. what it says it is now considering doing if students' lunch bills aren't paid. a man drops his two children
>> announcer: news to build a better bay area. this is abc7 mornings. good morning. thank you for joining us. we are starting this half hour with a look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning to you. the clouds are scattering out here in san rafael, you can see cloudy skies. things are brightening up and warming up. 57 in san francisco. mid 60s on the peninsula as well as san jose. upper 50s shoreline. take a look here at santa cruz. it looks gray. but we have sunshine and 70s will be revealed by 4:00 this afternoon of the. out by the delta, our inland valleys already in the mid 60s. a warmup is on the way for our inland valleys. here it is 10:00. plenty of 70s inland. notice the colors. darker shades of orange moving into the east bay.
temperature also climb into the 80s around the bay. still 60s and 70s. the fog hugs the coast. we will get partial clearing and we will see more of the fog throughout the upcoming work week in addition to a warm up. new this morning, tens of thousands of people in hong kong are demanding an investigation into police brutality. this video from earlier today shows them marching on the street. they say police have used violent tactics against prodemocracy protesters. potests started last month over a bill about extradition. hong kong's leader has declared that bill dead but many still want her to resign. protesters are concerned about their civil rights. british airway is suspending flights to cairo for a week because of security concerns. it simply said the cancellations are a precaution so the airline can further assess whether it is safe to fly to cairo. some passengers are now stranded in egypt.
>> i have been here about two weeks. and everything is going to be delayed just because of this. i am not quite sure when i am going to go back now. >> lufthansa has resumed flying to cairo after its one-day suspension because of safety concerns a. flight took off from frankfurt this morning after a near two-hour play. planned parenthood and other family planning clinics have more time to comply with the trump administration's new rule. the department of health and human services is banning taxpayer funded clinics from referring women to get abortions. on monday the department said it expected clinics to comply immediately. planned parnd parenthood among others said they would defy the order. last friday an order was sent out saying they have to submit compliance plans next month and the rule will be enforced starting in november. president trump tweeted
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believe the four congresswomen are capable of loving our country. they should apologize to america and israel for the horrible, hateful things they have said. they are destroying the democrat party but are
weak and insecure people who can never destroy our great nation. n tir ntime on t cpaign aioctic criticism of the president's attacks. >> reporter: on the campaign trail this weekend concern over the health of the nation. >> these are hard times for our country. we saw this again over the past few days. >> donald trump's viciousness ig his bullying, his utter disregard for people's live is literally tearing the soul out of who we are. >> it is time to turn the page and write the next chapter in our collective history. >> reporter: after tweets from the president suggesting four minority american congresswomen go back to where they came from turned into chants of support,
president trump's latest rally. >> send her back! >> the president now distancing himself from those chants tweeting as you can see i did nothing to lead peopl was i particularly happy with their chant. the candidates united in their rebuke of the president. >> we have a president of the united states who is an overt racist, who is a bigot, who thinks he is going to win the election by dividing people. >> reporter: the president's rhetoric resurfacing memories of a time many americans thought was behind them. >> what is the key to having honest conferrings about race in this country. >> treating racial inequality not only as a specialty issue as a issue to be talked about with audiences of color only but as something that frankly white americans need to take more seriously. >> reporter: for the democratic candidates proposals to counter racial tensions in this country are proving to be just as
important as their positions on issues like health care. meter pete buttegeig has issued a plan his own how to tackle racial inequality in this country. this morning, the republican party is -- his campaign said the president responded appropriately at the rally where sporters chanted. >> there is a lot going on. he continued with his speech. he made it clear the next day he was not happy with the chant. >> she says the president's policies are helping minorities. she says unemployment numbers for minority groups have dropped. a woman has been charged with arson in connection with an apartment fire in new mexico last week. for one family a window was the only way out when the building went up in flames. they had to rely on strainers to save their kids. now they are getting a chance to say thank you. abc has more on the emotional
reunion. >> reporter: through the thick billowing smoke from this second story window and with no other way out watch as this man dropped his 2 month old baby into the arms of a stranger standing below. a construction worker says when he and his coworkers heard the cries they ran over to help. >> i saw yellow vests and somebody said drop her to me. i put my faith in him and he did what he was supposed to do. >> we saw the smoke coming out the window and he was hanging out with 2-month-old daughter. >> our reaction was help. that's all it was. i got under him. i told him to drop the baby. >> reporter: moments later he drops his 2-year-old son to the men. they were able to get out through the window and down by ladder. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: we were there for the emotional reunion. >> when you caught her, it was
crazy. >> i the man who saved your lif honey. >> reporter: the family calling them their hero. >> we wouldn't be here if it was for these two men right here. i amend them for that. >> zachary quiche, abc7, in. ep couraging kids to get moving and get healthy. steph and ayesha curry kick off a new program in oakland. >> here's a look at the light house. looking beautiful this morning. looking beautiful this morning. the water looks so nice. this racquet doesn't care who holds it. it's equality in my hand. it's not a boy thing, or a girl thing. it's everything. give your kids a sport with a level playing field for all. join net generation.
aplows possible to ayesha and stephen curry. >> reporter: to a crowd of nearly 1,000 kids from oakland parks and rec youth development town kids this is a moment years in the making for steph and ayesha curby. >> if you ever doubt yourself for a second i want you to know you have two people in our corner. >> reporter: their new foundation kicking off at lakeside park. a collaboration of their passions that gets kids out from behind kreens and gives them everything they need to succeed. >> for me the nutrition side of thing is very important. i feel like that gets the ball rolling for them to have a great education. >> sports was huge in learning about myself and building confidence and meeting people. >> reporter: in between the relay races, the healthy food that keeps the 71% of kids in oakland who qualify for a reduced lunch. >> chicken or vegetarian. >> reporter: and the sentiments of the children. >> it is great they are out here
helping us. >> reporter: keeping a program like this in east oakland when it is so needed even when the warriors move across the bay is what touches this community the most. >> it means a lot. i think as young philanthropists it is saying to a group of millennial leaders to take how you have been blessed and share it. it inspired others who live in oakland. >> reporter: at the end of the day a little play at the dunk tank for the curries. o oh! >> reporter: who had a special surprise for everyone here. >> i think everyone should get under armour shoes. >> reporter: the gift of shoes and the longer lasting gift the curries themselves and the people who make eat, learn, play possible for oakland. >> thank you steph and ayesha. we love you. >> reporter: what's next? the foundation says they are deeply rooted in oakland and plan to focus on the city here for now but do have plans to
expand later. in oakland i am dion lim. do you want to take me out? >> abc7 news! >> it is i believe if. disney and marvel studios avengers end game is the top grossing film of all time. disney, the parent company of abc7 reports as of today end game's global gross was 2.79 build. that puts it ahead of avatar. last month end game was rereleased in theaters with about six minutes of new footage which helped to put it over the top. no comicon is complete without cot play. people stepped up their game this weekend in san diego. check out these elaborate costumes. koss players dressed up as their favorite fictional characters. >> it is a good way just to
connect everybody together and just appreciate everybody's fandom. it is a good way to visually celebrate it as well. >> reporter: some fans spend hours making their costumes by hand. san diego comicon ends tomorrow. i am kind of jealous. i have never had one that elaborate. >> really elaborate. fun. we are going to have a beautiful day around the day if you like it warmer. that is coming into play in our inland valleys numbers up to near 80 in parts of sonoma and napa. elsewhere, well we keep fog for you around the bay and the coast. we will talk about how much you warm up and where next with my accuweather seven-day forecast. also next, the giants have number seven-game winning game snapped. this afternoon a rookie hopes to help the team
in sports, both the giants and a's are going for series victories told. the a's face the twins in minute men at 11:10 this morning and the giants face the mets at 1:05. the a's and giants have been on hot streaks as of late. anthony flores has more in sports. good morning, everyone. well, the bay area is home to two of the hottest teams in baseball. the a's have won 21 of their last 27 games including a nile biter in minnesota.
the twins lead the majors in home runs this season. and are on pace for the most homers in a season. first and third batters, brett anderson faced both go yard. it is 2-0 twins just like that. the a's couldn't get anything going until the seventh. cano with a two run bomb ties it at 2-2. next batter goes out of the yard just like that. 3-2, a's. but they trailed 4-3 with two outs in the ninth. cano gets hit by a pitch. next batter with a double to the left field corner. can that stops at third. davis hits it so hard it bounces off the first baseman into shallow right. both runners scored, and they take a over? no. garver grounds into the game ending double play. the a's survive, 5-4.
they can take three of four with a win later today. despite a loss to the mets, the giants are still red hot. the orange and black are 13-3 for the month and have climbed to just two and a half games out of the second wild card spot. she's having a lot of fun at the ballpark. i can't say the same for jeff samardzija. second inning, smith. we have liftoff. a rocket out of the park. he was three for five with four rbi. 1-0, mets. fifth inning. now 2-0. mcneil doubles the lead with a two-run homer off the top of the foul powell. smadsia had seven strikeouts but picked up the loss. new york had two more homers. frazier with a solo shot. alonso with a pinch-hit. three run homer. 3rd of the season, mets' fourth game. the giants seven-game win strea. the final, 5-4.
>> san jose down 1-0 to the las. then this one hits the back of the keeper. heads toward the goal line. thrown out to wondolowski. he gets credit for the goal. 2-1 quakes. they get one more in the 79th inin. to erickson, he doesn't miss. the quakes win it 3-1. that's a look at your morning sports. i am anthony flores. have a great sunday. it is 9:48 this morning. now we are getting a check of our bay area forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning to you. here's a live look outside. emeryville was dark the past hour or so with the low clouds, the fog. the marine layer was deep this morning. beginning to scatter out quicker than yesterday. that will be the trend as we go through the next several days as a warming trend gets underway todayur inlan elseav it is going to be confined to our east bay valleys even in the middle of the week where temperatures are approaching 100 degrees. each and every day we keep the
low clouds and fog with us at the coast for a typical summertime pattern. as we look at the numbers now you can see where the fog is n the 50s. where it is cool, san francisco, novato, santa rosa 54. inland east bay, mid 60s in livermore. feeling good out there. certainly bright out there. a look from the roof camera. you can see a little bit of a wind. feeling the typical sea breeze. fog here. did make its way into livermore. already beginning to evaporate and setting up right along the coast like it does. as we look at santa cruz, waiting on the sun here. it is been great each and every morning. but the central coast has cleared up well around monterey and santa cruz. 60s to low 70s there werew partly sunny skies from ocean beach and half moon bay. keeping winds with us throughout the afternoon. in the south bay where you should be today. 85 in san jose. 87 in morgan hill. 83 in cupertino. on the peninsula, a mixture of
low 70s from milbrae to san mateo. redwood citi and palo alto, upper 70s. 63 in the sunset. in the north bay warmer reading around santa rosa and san rafael. 80 call stowingo. 80 up towards clover dale. feels like 90s. wait. middle of the week another ten degrees of heating comes your way. low 70s for you today in berkeley, oakland, 73. kosser the valley. 77. hercules about 74. hayward checking in about 76. over the hills here east of the caldecott tunnel, low to mid 80s from walnut creek to pleasant ton. around 90 in brentwood today. ernight fog closer to the bay and coast. clear inland with low 60s there. the accuweather seven-day forecast, 60s coast, 80 around the bay. 90 inland. that begins our warmup today by about five degrees inland.
no changes really around the bay or coast through the first part of the week. inland will warm up to the mid 90s as we get towards wednesday and thursday, should be one of the hotter days of the week inland with near 100 degrees. actually it is going to stay warm right through the early part of the weekend there. but there are a little bit more easy going about it out there, i think. they have pools, they have ac, and they expect that more than around the bay. that's why we will keep the fog here. >> okay. deal. i like the warm a little bit. i can go back and forth. >> yeah, you can. up next, would you rent a cup? there is a new service set to launch in berkeley later this summer.
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if you are in antioch with the 90. mid nibts are on the way. hottest days wednesday and thursday. a little bit cooler friday and saturday. accuweather seven-day forecast featuring low clouds and fog every day. the warmup inland is intense mid week. slightly warmer around the bay. where to go if you get too hot? the coast. it is summer. we will bring in just a little bit of warmth at the shoreline. typically those 60s, that will do it for us at the coast. >> i have to get adjusted to this. >> you will. >> i am like, 100? okay. you know? and you are like are you crazy. >> kind of. >> thank you for joining us on abc7 mornings. abc7 news continues at 5:00 p.m.
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