tv Today in the Bay NBC November 26, 2016 7:00am-8:01am PST
good morning, everybody, welcome to "today in the bay." 7:00, saturday morning. looks like a rainy picture out on the golden gate bridge. if it isn't raining where you are right now, well, you just stick around. it will happen. good morning, thanks for joining us. along with vianey arana, i'm garvin thomas. she's going to take a look at your weather, i'll take care of the news but let's start with that rain. >> very active weather pattern, those winds are picking up
especially near the santa cruz mountains. but right now, if you're just waking up, bundleal up and pour yourself a nice cup of coffee. peninsula, tri-valley, out in the east bay and san francisco in the 50s and we're not really going to warm up. we're going to top out into those upper 50s and stay there. overnight temperatures have been chilly and we are expecting those 40s, maybe even 30s out near the north bay. here are your expected highs for today. only 59 degrees, 58 near the south bay and here's a live look right now at our radar. we are seeing where that red and orangey color, that's more along the santa cruz mountains, that's where they're seeing the strongest downpours and of course those winds that we're going to keep an eye out for but for now, it looks like we are expecting widespread showers throughout the day and we'll have timing on that and how much rain we can expect coming up so, umbrella and warm coat. >> all of them. both this morning. thank you very much, vianey. now, he ruled a one-party state
for almost half a century but as cuban television announced last night, fidel castro is dead at the age of 90. and this is how they reacted last night to the news in miami. cuban-americans and defectors dancing upon hearing the news. castro supporters saw him as a bearded hero in military fatigues who gave cuba back to the people but for millions of cubans forced into exile and for american presidents left to tangle with him, fidel castro was a tyrant who ruled with an iron fist for decades. jessica aguirre looks back on the life of a cuban dictator. >> reporter: for more than four decades, fidel castro was anti-americanism personified. throughout the cold war, the cigar chewing cuban dictator delighted in being a constant thorn in the side of u.s.
presidents. fidel castro's revolution was born in the remote mountains of cuba, his forces sweat into havana on new year's day, 1959. and ousted the u.s.-backed dictator. >> hauchb and her people went wild. they surrounded him, engulfed him, clutched and clawed him. fidel, our liberator. >> reporter: the revolutionary proclaimed his marxist beliefs and forged an alliance with the soviet union, one that would endure for the remainder of the cold war. in 1961, the american invasion at the bay of pigs failed miserably, a major embarrassment for president kennedy. a year later came the cuban missile crisis. during the '70s and ideal 0s, castro had the support of the sovi soviets but there was also unrest at home as thousands of cubans fled to miami on rafts. when soviet union collapsed, so did cuba's economy.
the once robust castro became increasingly fragile, taking a bad stumble in 2004. and as his health became an increasing concern, he turned over power to his brother raul. >> again, that was jessica reporting. cuban state tv says that castro's funeral will take place on december 4 after nine days of national mourning in cuba. his brother, raul castro, says the body will be cremated and his remains will be buried in the eastern city of santiago. news of castro's death sent hundreds of exiles, young and old, in miami into the streets to celebrate. the heart of the cuban diaspora, miami has long called for the end of the communist regime. castro's death seen by many in miami as the bittersweet end of to a painful era that left them separated from their country, home, and family. there are a number of cuban-americans here in the bay area. we spoke to one man who made a
documentary about giving the people of cuba a voice. >> at first i was wow. certainly the last thing i expected to hear today. second thing was, i thought it had already happened. he's kind of been out of the spotlight for a long time. you know, next reaction is thinking about my grandparents and thinking about all the people who sacrificed so much over the years and what this would have meant to them had they still been alive to have seen it. >> stay with nbc bay area for the latest on this developing story. go to our website for details as they develop. some breaking news out of the east bay. crews are battling a two alarm fire in oakland. the fire was first reported at a building at mosswood park on webster road near 580. there is a school, bridge monitor academy, and some oakland recreational buildings that share that address. it broke out just over an hour ago. firefighters are skrcrambling t
try to protect home in the surrounding neighborhood. it's now the third day of searching for two inmates from the santa clara county jail. these are the fugitives on the run, rogelio chavez with the eye tattoo, and laron campbell are both considered armed and dangerous. the two remain on the run after breaking out of this santa clara main jail window thanksgiving morning. crews are stepping up the searches for the men, using search dogs near levi's stadium, which is near the home of the parents of rogelio chavez. last night, we spoke off camera to chavez's stepfather. he delivered this message to the fugitive, saying, you need to turn yourself in, do the right thing, breaking out was not smart, and go back to jail. santa clara county sheriff laura smith has a message as well for anyone who helps these two men. >> we will find these two, and any person who is harboring or helping or aiding and abetting in their escape, we'll attempt
to prosecute. >> also learned that a hacksaw which was used by the inmates to escape. another one was confiscated months ago on a separate wing we know now the name of the south san francisco police officer who was attacked on thanksgiving. robby chon was hurt when he confronted luis ramos-coreas. ramos-coreas struck officer chon in the head with his skateboard after a brief chase. the police chief said officer chon is still in critical condition. >> the city will not tolerate violence of any nature directed against its police forces. >> ramos-coreas has been charged with attempted murder of a police officer. investigators are calling a deadly fire in san mateo suspicious. take a look. this is the house where a 70-year-old woman died. police say the woman who lived
in the home was already dead when the fire started. now, responsibility for the case is shifted from the fire department to police detectives. the victim may be the mother of robert caron, a schizophrenic man who was shot and killed by police at the home in 2011. much more ahead for you on "today in the bay." coming up, keeping the raiders in oakland. only on nbc bay area, ronnie lott's first interview since the bid was announced. also, a letter of hate sent to a south bay islamic center, the threat against muslims and how it references president-elect trump.
covered california. it's more than just health care. it's life care. welcome back to the broadcast. 7:10 is the time. you're looking out live over dublin this morning. promises to be a cool and wet weekend out there. vianey is going to be here in just few minutes with your full forecast shock and disbelief at a south bay mosque.
someone sent a letter to the evergreen islamic center in san jose filled with threats and hate. the letter opened by calling parishioners at the mosque a satan. it makes reference to the election of donald trump as president and how trump is going to cleanse america of muslims ch mosque leaders say they were shocked when they opened the letter on thanksgiving day but were not surprised given the political rhetoric of the election. san jose police are investigating the potential for violence. the mosque says it appreciates the quick response by the police who had officers at the center within minutes. >> given that they have reacted in the way they have reacted with compassion and care, it just blows away. it reinforces the belief in the community. >> the mosque says it warned parishioners to beware but it's not adding extra security. it's glitzy and glamorous, but it's also sinking. and we now have new confirmation from space that the millennium
tower skyscraper is indeed sinking. a study published by the european space agency says the tower is sinking by a few centimeters each year. the agency says it used radar scans to detect tiny surface changes. since the skyscraper was built nine years ago, the tower has sunk 16 inches into soft landfill and is also tilted two inches. much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, an exclusive interview with football legend ronnie lott. he tells us about his plan to keep the raiders in oakland and why the next few days will be critical. bring out that rain gear. another soggy day and weekend across the bay area. we're talking rain, wind, plus cool temperatures, coming up in just a bit.
across the bay area. we're going to have the full details in your forecast in just a couple of minutes. shoppers came out in droves to cash in on those black friday deals yesterday. it started early, even thursday afternoon at some stores, all day, broadway plaza in downtown walnut creek was packed with shoppers but the bay street shopping center in emeryville had fewer crowds. we also found marijuana retailers in oakland that were trying to get a piece of black friday, also called the green friday deals. >> with legalization and the normalization of cannabis, we've kind of taken an approach, as a bit more traditional retail approach, and starting to participate in the same holiday sales. >> and not far from retailers, a push to stop shopping at the emeryville shopping center, which protesters say was built on a sacred indian burial site. and further south, it was
jam packed a sea of red brake lights. nbc recently reported that valley fair blamed the timing of nearby traffic light for a traffic nightmare last weekend. we talked to valley fair leaders who say the lights have been fixed and are no longer a problem. only on nbc bay area, what's really happening with the raiders stadium deal. and is it too late to stop the team from moving to las vegas? the man who wants to keep the raiders in oakland reveals his plans and the money behind it. ronnie lott speaks exclusively to raj. >> reporter: thoughtful and confident, but this might be the biggest challenge of ronnie lott's career. at issue, not just a new stadium for the raiders but also dealing with the political hot potato, a mayor hoping not to lose a jewel of her city and an owner who continues to stay committed to las vegas. >> you've got the buy-in from the mayor and the fans, but not mark davis. why go through with this?
>> because in life, what you try to do is you put something on the table that you hope he can't refuse. that hasn't been the case. and until we are able to do that, then that should be the posture that he should take. he's got something that is very valuable, and that is a bid in las vegas. he doesn't have that here. and until we has that, and i think john madden said it, yeah, they want to stay here. the tough part now, raj, is that time is running out. >> reporter: it's not a matter of months. it's a matter of days. oakland will try to fast track lott's proposal in a closed door session on tuesday. meanwhile, that glistening stadium teal in las vegas has already been approved and casino mogul has pledged more than
$650 million. >> what i want to make sure is that we have more than him. >> reporter: do you have more than him? >> i think we've got more than him. >> reporter: lott has reached out to several prominent silicon valley money men and is consulting with gideon. >> reporter: you think your biggest challenge is to convince mark davis to allow your group to have partial ownership here. >> i have never and will never play for ownership and the reason why -- >> reporter: not controlling ownership but just partial ownership. >> not even partial ownership for me. that's not -- that's not -- this is -- this is one of those things in life where, get it done. do the work. you know? wear your hard hat and get it done. >> ronnie lott talking with our raj mathai. among the concerns here, the future of the a's, lott says, as
we look at a picture of oracle arena. the city has options on the table for the a's. bottom line, we'll know a lot more after tuesday's city council meeting. let's check in now with vianey arana with a look at our wet, cold weekend forecast, three words you never want to put together. >> exactly. but around november it's okay because people like to be indoors enjoying hot chocolate. i've been doing that lately so i don't mind and it gives me something to talk about for the weather. but right now, it is chilly out there, and it's been really chilly the past couple of days if you're just now waking up, you may notice we're seeing overcast skies and expecting showers throughout the day, 50 degrees overall across the area, we are expected to warm up but not by much. we're going to stay in those 50s for the most part, upper 50s at that in terms of our highs for today but we're tracking that kpoeld front, line of storms pushing its way into the bay area and it's going to continue
to push on through until tonight and into sunday's forecast as well so we are expecting widespread showers and where you see that yellow and orange, that's more along the santa cruz mountains so they're definitely getting those gustier winds. let's take a look at your hour by hour forecast. we've seen some showers out in the north bay and of course out near the coastline, san francisco, san jose not seeing a lot of rain just yet. by about 1:30, though, we are expecting a second round of showers and that's actually going to push down all the way down to the south bay, we're talking san jose, palo alto, expecting to see some rain into the afternoon hours, tapering off into the mid afternoon so by about 3:00 to 5:00, we could see a little bit of break in those showers and see a break in between storms before we see another round move in by about 3:00, that's when you're going to get your period of a break, at least for the south bay anyway. out near the north bay, we are expecting to see the majority of that rainfall continue through tonight and into sunday morning, it looks by about 5:30 in the
morning, hopefully most of you are either in home or waking up but if you do have an early morning commute, this could affect that. pretty slick roads out there, so be sure to take extra time before you head out on to the roads. heading into monday, we are seeing another storm that's going to taper off to the north bay and as you head into the early morning hours, into the monday morning commute, we should be seeing a majority of those storms clear out, making way for the majority of a nice workweek ahead but with this storm system, we're also seeing a winter weather advisory for parts of the sierra mountains and what that means is we could be seeing some more snowfall, about 3 to 8 inches above 4,000 feet, so could make for low visibility. to if you are planning to head out or you're already there, stay inside and stay warm. with this system, we're not seeing a high wind advisory but we are seeing some beach hazards and that's going to stay in effect until about 3:00 a.m. we are seeing some pretty decent
swell, about 12 to 14 feet, like i said, our highs for today, we're not going really going to warm up. nice and cold for the majority of the day, which is a good thing for november. now, let's go ahead and take a look at our seven day forecasts as you head into sunday, early morning, stay in the 50s, a nice pattern, a nice shift in those temperatures from those 80s to 70s. now we're dropping down into the 50s which means those overnight lows are also going to be dropping down into those 40s. as we head inland, also expecting that rain to carry on over into sunday. by monday, we could be seeing some early morning showers that are going to be sitting off to the coast that could taper in into the evening hours as well by tuesday, we should be clearing out. wednesday and thursday, those temperatures remain fairly similar also in those upper 50s, lower 60s so today's biggest concern is going to be those breezy to windy conditions, of course rain, so if you do have to be indoors, stay indoors. if you're going to head outdoors, carry an umbrella and don't get caught in the rain. it's going to be a soggy weekend
ahead. i'll send things back to you. >> vianey, thank you very much. much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up -- >> i never gave up and go what's in it for me. i would get up and it's like, what do i have to pack into this dream of life? what do i have to offer? >> we're thankful for the groups who help the less fortunate. our "bay area proud" series is next.
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>> he runs the free clothing program at st. anthony's in san francisco with such skill. >> i'm going to let you in right now. how about that. >> reporter: you can just tell he's had experience. >> could you explain to jessica how this works. >> reporter: and it's true, in a way. everything you see marcellus knows about clothing, that he's had to learn on the job. but relating to his clients, well, that's something he knows of firsthand. >> when i was homeless, i learned so many things that i use in my job. okay, the pants, socks, underwear, belts, hats. >> reporter: he walked into st. anthony's one day in the 1990s looking for help. and he spent the following 20 years giving it. every day, 150 people are welcomed into his shop and treated not like those in need of charity but customers deserving respect. >> anybody look for a 36?
>> reporter: he knows that clothes he provides won't change someone's life, but the experience they have here could possibly change its direction. >> that is what reverberates. that's what, when they move on, the next thing he or she does is not to, you know, curse the system, but it's to say, wow, you know, i like this guy treated me right. his next reaction or response to someone else is likely to be a positive one. >> reporter: it is clear, with his attitude, work ethic, and people skills, there are many for profit companies that would do well to hire marcellus. he hints there have been offers over the years, but the rewards he truly seeks are not ones you can deposit in the bank. >> some people always say thank you to me and i say thank you, and they say, you're supposed to say you're welcome. i say, no, it helps me just as
much as it helps you, maybe even more. >> he has not only learned a lot on the job about clothing, he's learned some spanish, chinese, and tagalog in order to communicate with his diverse group of clients. much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, a mother abducted turned up alive on the side of the northern california highway. what her family is saying about her mysterious disappearance. and plot foiled when a smart phone's app that led to the capture of an alleged terror cell. take a live look outside......
san jose (adlib) there's a live look outside this morning, a peek at overcast and rainy san jose or if it's not raining right now, it's going to be raining pretty soon looking at that radar. thanks so much for joining us. i'm garvin thomas. vianey arana is with me. she's been keeping an eye on the radar. >> thankfully, those heavy down pours and those really strong
gusts are sticking to the mountain areas which is leaving room for windy conditions across north bay all the way down to south bay. look over san francisco and we are expecting 51 degrees as of now, high of about 58 degrees so it's going to be a nice, chilly day across the bay area. out near oakland, you can't even see the live cam. it's so overcast. and there's so many high clouds and those are going to be sticking around. here are your expected highs for today, periods of showers, periods of heavy downpours all throughout your saturday so it's going to be increasing into the overnight hours so if you have a late drive, please make sure to be extra safe on the roads. live look at doppler radar right now. showing the majority near santa cruz and monterey area. if you had plans to drive down to southern california, you're expecting rain all day today. >> i was just checking our website and the radar and it is pouring right now on top of my
house. so, it's a great way to get on that radar and check out exactly what's happening at your house. vianey, thank you. he ruled a one-party state for almost half a century. but as cuban television announced last night, fidel castro is dead at 90. no cause of death was given to the leader of the 1950s cuban revolution. fidel's younger brother succeeded him as president in 2008 and it was raul who announced his death. nbc's bruce hall looks back at the life of the man who built a communist state just 90 miles from u.s. shores. >> reporter: for more than four decades, fidel castro was anti-americanism personified. throughout the cold war, the cigar-smoking cuban dictator delighted in being a constant thorn in the side of u.s. presidents. fidel castro's revolution was born in the remote mountains of cuba, a brilliant tactician, his
forces swept into havana on new year's day, 1959, and ousted the u.s.-backed dictator. >> havana and her people went wild. they surrounded him, engulfed him, clutched and clawed him. fidel, our liberator, they roared, our saver. >> reporter: the 33-year-old revolutionary soon proclaimed his marxist beliefs and forged a close alliance with the soviet union that would endure for the remainder of the cold war. u.s. struck back, spear heading a 1961 invasion of cuban exiles at the bay of pigs. castro personally led the resistance, and the american invasion failed miserably. a major embarrassment for president kennedy. less than a year later, castro and the soviets orchestrated the greatest nuclear crisis the world has known. after a tense standoff, the soviets relented, pulling their missiles from cuba. during the '70s and '8 # 0s, castro used his financial
support from the soviets to promote leftist insurgencies throughout central america and africa but as conditions worsened at home, thousands began to flee the island, risking their lives on a 90-mile boat trip to the united states. as the soviet union collapsed, so did cuba's economy. with no subsidies, castro was forced to court the hated capitalists, asking businesses to invest their western currency in cuba. as time passed, castro began to show the effects of age. he broke his knee and arm in a stumble in 2004 and then two years later, he underwent sbesal surgery as his health declined, he turned over power to his brother, raul. but with fidel castro's death, cuba now faces an uncertain future. bruce hall, nbc news. >> cuban state tv says that castro's funeral will take place on december 4 after nine days of
national mourning in cuba. his brother, raul, says his body will be cremated and his remains will be buried in the eastern city of santiago. news of castro's death sent hundreds of exiles, both young and old in miami, into the streets to celebrate. the heart of the cuban diaspora, miami has long called for the end of the communist regime. castro's death seen by many in miami as the bittersweet end to a painful era that left them separated from their country, home, and families. there are a number of cuban-americans here in the bay area. we spoke to one man who made a documentary about giving the people of cuba a voice. >> at first i was, wow. certainly the last thing i expected to hear today. second thing was, i thought it had already happened. he's kind of been out of the spotlight for a long time. you know, next reaction is thinking about my grandparents, and thinking about all the people who sacrificed so much
over the years and what this would have meant to them had they still been alive to have seen it. >> stay with nbc bay area for the very latest on this developing story. go to our website, nbcbayarea.com for details as they develop. back here in the bay area, a developing story out of the east bay, crews are cleaning up a fire in oakland. the fire was first reported at mosswood park performing arts center on webster road. this right now is a live look at the scene. this is near 580. there's a school and as we said, the recreational buildings that share that park address. it broke out just before 6:00 this morning. firefighters scrambled to try to protect homes in the neighborhood. it appears they were successful and the operation is turned into a clean-up mode at this point. a missing mother of two is safe after being found on the side of the road thanksgiving morning. police say sherry was left by her captors on the side of the
road and is home safe and sound. still, there are many questions left to be answered. peggy bunker has the story. >> reporter: in the early hours of thanksgiving morning, just after 4:30 a.m., 34-year-old mother of two sherri papini, missing from her family and young children for nearly a month, is spotted on the side of the road on i-5. police radio calls reveal she's badly beaten and shackled. >> she is heavily battered and it is a confirmed kidnapping. >> reporter: dispatchers in disbelief as they relay the message that papini is in chains. a passing driver spotted papini and called 911. she's 150 miles from home, missing since going for a run. her family alarmed when she wasn't there to pick up her children from day care. >> her husband, keith, was immediately responded down to the area, and is remaining at her side. >> reporter: her husband ruled out as a suspect used find my
phone to track down her last location and found her phone and ear buds on the ground near a running trail. the town of redding joining together to look for her. papini's sister thanking all those that searched, even raising over $100,000 for her safe return. >> we are overwhelmed with joy at how supportive everyone has been to help bring us together as a family again. >> reporter: police now releasing only a few details about the suspects, saying that they're looking for two hispanic women, considered to be armed and dangerous, and driving a dark colored suv. peggy bunker, nbc bay area news. >> it's now the third day to have searching for two escapees from the santa clara county jail. these are the fugitives on the run, rogelio chavez with the eye tattoo on the left, and laron campbell are both considered armed and dangerous. the two remain on the run after breaking out of this santa clara county main jail window thanksgiving morning. crews are stepping up searches for the men, using search dogs
near levi's stadium, which is near the home of the parents of rogelio chavez. last night, we spoke off camera to chavez's stepfather. he delivered the following message to the fugitive, "you need to turn yourself in. do the right thing. breaking out was not smart. go back to jail." santa clara county sheriff laurie message also had a message for anyone who helps these two men. >> we will find these two, and any person who is harboring or helping or aiding and abetting in their escape, we'll attempt to prosecute. >> that was splf laurie smith. we have also learned that a hacksaw, which is what the inmates used to escape, was confiscated a couple of months ago. it was in a separate wing on a separate floor. a close call, french officials announced they foiled plans for a large-scale terrorist attack.
police arrested four men sunday in strasburg and a fifth in marseilles. officials say the activity on the app suggested they were preparing for an attack. discovered in the raid, automatic weapons, a potential target and a letter pledging loyalty to isis. president-elect donald trump has filled two more top administration posts, one with a fox news analyst. her name is k.t. mcfarland, she's worked with former presidents nixon, ford, and reagan before her time at fox. trump named her the deputy national security adviser. trump campaign adviser donald mcbegan is the house for white house counsel. trump is said to be considering two front runners, former new york mayor rudy giuliani or mitt romney for the secretary of state position. one thing not likely to change right away, the affordable care act. >> we're going to have to
implement it pretty much as it is because the kind of replacement plan they're talking about is so significantly different, you can't just pull little pieced out of this. >> meanwhile, trump's former rival, hillary clinton, did some thanksgiving shopping this week and tweeted a photo of a colorful thanksgiving greeting left on her lawn. much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, the warriors take care of business against their southern california rivals but at what cost? sports is next. the staples center in l-a has
not been a good place for the warriors. the staples center in l.a. has not always been a good place for the warriors and although they picked up their tenth straight win of the season last night, it may have come with a price. the warriors taking on the lakers and just like wednesday in oakland, golden state steam rolled their rivals to the south. the dubs beat l.a., but the real story is the status of dramon green's ankle. in the third quarter, green rolled it.
now, the question is, can he play against minnesota at oracle tonight? >> that's the plan. so, we'll see how i feel tomorrow after i wake up and try to get some treatment earlier in the day. and just see how it feels tomorrow night, but i plan on playing if, you know, i just can't go and it's hurting that bad, then i'll sit out but as of right now, i plan on going. >> the s.a.p. center now. the sharks hosting the islanders, a thrilling ending under 30 seconds to play, game tied at 2, we saw fred burns and patrick combine for the game winning goal, the sharks win it and pick up the third straight win on home. still ahead on "today in the bay," not sure about your new black friday purchase? we've got your back. nbc bay area responds with tips for those refunds. >> taking a live look outside, in tahoe, they're already seeing some snowfall but how much more are they expecting? plus we're tracking rain in the
grab that umbrella and bundle up, because it is cold, and it's going to get soggy out there. already saw some rain and we are expecting rain throughout the day. if you're heading out to christmas in the park in downtown san jose, definitely bring a lot of rain gear, 56 degrees right now in the peninsula, out near the tri-valley, 49. that nice chilly start is going to maintain its temperatures throughout the day. we're expecting to climb into those 50s. out near the east bay and san francisco, also overcast, 49 degrees as this cold front pushes in, we're expecting to keep those cooler temperatures in the area. now, 59 degrees in san francisco, half moon bay 57, topping out at 58 in palo alto, so overall, we're expecting periods of showers on and off throughout the day. here's a live look right now at our radar as we begin to see that cold front, this line of storms move in, it is expected to continue pushing inland all day long so let's go ahead and
track that hour by hour forecast. now, early morning into the overnight hours, as it was sitting off the coast, the santa cruz mountains, all the way up to santa rosa and out near oregon, seeing those heavy downpours and of course those stronger winds. now, as we continue to push through the day, by saturday, mid afternoon, by about 3:00 to 5:00, we are expecting those showers to take a break, and we're going to taper off a bit but by sunday at 6:00 a.m., we're seeing a second storm arrival. so if you have an early morning commute, take some extra time. all the way down to san jose, also expecting to see a lot of rain as we head into sunday morning. fast forward through sunday night and into monday morning, another line of storms moves in into early morning, expecting some pretty decent downpours, san francisco, down to soejs, not really going to see a lot of rain, mainly going to stick off to the north bay, but by monday evening, that storm does make its exit and it's going to clear the way for a nice dryer pattern
into the upcoming workweek. estimated rain totals for tonight, as we head into saturday evening, we're expecting just about a half inch of rain in palo alto, in redwood city, half inch, also minnear s jose, under half an inch, maybe even a foot of actually rain as we head into napa, a little bit over 1/2 inch and as we head into sunday, that's when those rain totals increase and we get another chance of storms into the overnight hours and that's going to bring more rain into the bay area, sticking around until monday. with this storm system, we're also tracking a winter weather adviser which will be in effect until about 10:00 a.m. and that could bring low visibility, anywhere between 3 to 8 inches above 4,000 feet so if you're going to head out there or if you're heading to the beach, may want to hold off because there is a beach hazard that will remain in effect until sunday at about 3:00 and we're seeing some pretty high waves out there, some pretty dangerous surf so
you may want to hold off on that. over the next seven days, we're going to see that pattern stick around through sunday as the storm system continues to roll on through the forecast, those temperatures will remain in the 50s, by monday. that early morning rain should clear out into the afternoon. by tuesday, all that's going to be left behind is going to be those clouds, and by wednesday and thursday, we should be clearing out, making way for a much dryer, sunnier weather forecast. not just in san francisco but also inland. inland, we are expecting to see that rain in the south bay and downtown san jose on and off so it's, remember, it's going to be periods of heavy rainfall, periods of break in sunshine so it's going to be a combination of both so if you are going to be outside, make sure to keep an umbrella handy and of course bundle up because these 50s are not going anywhere. we warm up to the 60s but all in all, it's going to be a nice week of november-like temperatures so it's finally going to start feeling like christmas already around here. i'll send things back to you. >> vianey, thank you very much. much more ahead on "today in the
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story. an arizona grandmother who accidently invited a you may remember seeing this story. an arizona grandmother who accidentally invited a stranger over for thanksgiving. she meant to text her family the dinner plans but sent it to a 17-year-old stranger instead. she promised him a plate anyway, and she kept her word. >> i just like clicked when i met him, when i first talked to him. just like, oh my gosh, i want to get to know this guy. >> the two have become fast friends and hope others will be inspired by their story. at a large crowd gathered for the 27th annual christmas tree lighting in union square last night. the 83-foot tall tree was decorated with more than 33,000 energy efficient l.e.d. lights and 1100 ornaments. thank you so much for making us a part of your morning. that was fun. do it again tomorrow? >> yeah, going to be great. >> more local news for you tonight at 5:00, 6:00, and 11:00
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