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so you sell for thousands more than the one next door. don't get stuck in the past. sell with a redfin agent. it is - - - - - here is a live look outside -- downtown san jose good sunday morning. it's 7:00 on the dot. here's a live look outside in downtown san jose. we could see some wet pavement there. maybe a bit of a break in the showers right now. thank you very much for joining us. i'm kira klapper. vianey arana has a look at our forecast. i hit some fog coming in this morning. the fog is dense this morning. the visibility down to less than a mile. right now in san francisco, cloudy conditions but also foggy. temperatures in the 50s. we were talking about how it feels humid out there last night. >> tropical almost. >> very tropical. we'll be tapping into subtropical moisture into the
start of the work week. visibility down to about two miles in santa rosa. livermore less than a mile. san francisco, 7 miles. santa cruz, two miles. we can expect to keep that fog around through midmorning before it burns off. i wanted to show you satellite radar. that moisture that you see off to the east, that's all moisture from the initial storm that moved in friday night. what we're seeing today is residual moisture. still tracking scattered showers. i'll give you a closer look coming up in about 15 minutes. all righ >> all right. a strong armed robbery, a chase and a car crash disrupting a quiet bay area neighborhood. police say it began late yesterday afternoon near san jose's willow glen at a valero gas station. officers responded to a report of three women shoplifting and a male accomplice who pushed down
the clerk who confronted them. when police responded, the thieves took off in an suv as police chased them through the streets. >> the car went into my vineyard, i went out and three girls jumped out and started running toward the back, up the fence. >> police say they arrested three suspects. as for the man who pushed the clerk, don't know if police located or arrested him. teachers look to be heading back to class in oakland. teachers in san ramon may be preparing to walk out. oakland teachers are expected to vote today to officially end their strike. as part of their agreement they will get an 11% raise over four years. they'll also receive a 3% bonus.
a different story in san ramon. teachers voted to authorize a strike if contract negotiations are not resolved. like in oakland, they're also asking for smaller class sizes and more pay. a statement from the district says we had two positive meetings with the san ramon valley education leadership association last week and we remain committed to the negotiation process and hopeful we can find common ground. a community meeting is planned for wednesday. the two sacramento police officers who shot and killed stephon clark will not face charges. sacramento county's district attorney made that announcement yesterday. she said no laws were broken when clark was killed last march in his grandparents backyard. officers were there looking for someone breaking car windows which they say clark was doing. the officers told clark to show his hands, which he did not do. officers thought a flash of light coming from his direction
may have been the reflection off a gun muzzle. as it turns out that reflection may have come off of clark's cellphone is a short time later they opened fire. clark's family was quick to react to the announcement. >> they executed my son. they execute it him in my mom's backyard, and it is not right. it is not right. however, the da has shown us time and time again throughout her term who she is and what she stands for, which is not fairness or justice. >> the shooting touched off waves of protests in sacramento. that shut down busy streets, disrupted sporting events and took over city council meetings. his family filed a wrongful death suit against both the officers and the city of sacramento. also reacting to yesterday's announcement was senator kamala harris. she tweeted, stephon clark should still be alive. today's news is a tragic and all-too-painful reminder that our criminal justice system is deeply flawed and lacks accountability. our fight for justice continues.
as we first told you yesterday morning people are returning home as floodwaters recede in guerneville and neighboring russian river communities. they're seeing the damage up close and just beginning to clean up. this is becoming an all too common scene, water logged belongings drying out on driveways and curbs. people are trying to put their homes and businesses back together. the red cross is giving out cleaning supplies. as far as the damage, sonoma county says initial estimates show 1$155 million in damage county-wide. that includes 1,900 homes and nearly 600 businesses. >> i don't think that it is going to be finished for a long time because there's also damage, right. so you've got -- we've got water and mud everywhere. >> debris drop-off sites have been set through tomorrow in guerneville. good news for people in novato. highway 37 back open again. lanes were closed because of
flooding, and before that a levee broke. this is video from earlier this week when the highway was closed. cal tran says pumps have been working around the clock to move thousands of gallons of water out of the road. a common sight across the bay area. this is video of a massive tree that fell down and blocked roads. this is in rural sonoma county. knowing what weather conditions to expect at the swipe of a finger, you can download our nbc bay area app and you won't be taken by surprise. can't argue with the price either, it's completely free. it is 7:06. we have much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, the longest speech of his presidency. what president trump had to say to the crowd at cpac, including his comments about a haven't attack at uc berkeley. and a live look at capitol
hill. we'll take you live to washington, d.c. and a live interview with chuck todd, moderator of "meet the press" in just two minutes. there are moments in life that leave a lasting impression. like the feeling of movement as a new journey begins, or the sight of soft fur, warmed by the morning sun. you might remember new flavours, the sound of an old friend's laugh, or a view that defies all expectations. these are the memories that stay with you,
fremont welcome back. it's 7:09. cloudy skies, but a little break in the showers as we take a look at fremont. good morning to you on this march 3rd. i had to look at the date there. hard to believe it's the first weekend of march. vianey says we can expect upper 50s to lower 60s like we saw yesterday a little bit of humidity and morning fog. a break tomorrow and then the rain will be back tuesday night. so enjoy this break while we got it. president trump took the stage to a warm welcome at the annual conservative political action conference, cpac, in maryland. he had a lot to say. it's a gathering of conservatives and the president was given a rowdy kel womawelco.
in the middle of his speech president trump singled out a man who was punched at uc berkeley last month. hayden williams. he was on campus promoting turning point usa, when he was attacked. video of the assault went viral. president trump advised williams to file a lawsuit. at 7:10, it's a little earlier than usual, we welcome in larry gersten to the desk. we have a new segment with you, it's a live discussion with chuck todd. we'll hit the hottest topics going on in washington each week. and i believe we are right on track to go to the nation's capitol and bring in "meet the press" moderator chuck todd. thank you for joining us. >> i'm glad you guys got up early for us. >> yeah. unfortunately we are always up
this early. >> i know you are. >> it's perfect timing because "meet the press" is on right after our newscast. larry will start us off with our first question for you, chuck. >> chuck, as we await mueller's report, we're all wanting to know what happened last week? what do you get out of what happened last week on capitol hill? what did we learn? and more importantly perhaps how has the president responded? >> i learned a couple things. number one, the new york investigation, the one that is the non-mueller portion of this investigation into the stormy daniels business, but that has unlocked a whole mess of investigations into the trump business. trump organization, possibly the trump family. i look at the cohen hearing and realized the trump organization may have legal problems that go past the trump presidency. what also came through is democrats didn't hear anything that said ah-ha, time for impeachment. you saw that republicans, the
bar for republicans on this is russian conspiracy. nothing lower than that. i think the democrats have sort of abided by that same thing. so while cohen was damaging to the president, i think the president's response yesterday giving the longest speech of his presidency is proof that it personally got under his skin, i don't know if he provided enough fodder to say this president could end before the election. >> interesting. shifting gears a little bit, before you have to go, chuck, we are seeing more democrats get into the 2020 race for president. you have new poll numbers out this morning. any early hints about what democrats are looking for in a nominee? >> i would say the most interesting question this month is we asked of democrats what's more important to you in a nominee? someone that is closer to your view on the issues or someone simply that can beat donald trump? the split was 56/40 with a majority being wanting someone closer to their views.
this is a masz siesive change f four years ago. 20% cared electability, 80% wanted somebody who shared their views. electability matters a lot, and this tells me it won't just be any progressive that gets the nomination. anybody that gets this nomination has to prove they can beat donald trump. think of it this way, the most electable progressive has the best shot at this thing. >> wow. well, thanks for joining us, chuck todd for us this morning. we look forward to many more sunday discussions going forward. >> appreciate it. join chuck for this morning's "meet the press." senator mark warner joins chuck and he has an exclusive interview with representative jim jordan, who took the spotlight this week. tune in to "meet the press" 8:00 after this newscast. larry will be back in about 40 minutes with our weekly political segment with an
in-depth look at the week that was with the president. we look forward to seeing you soon. still ahead, another major step for spacex. we'll show you new video of the dragon capsule docking at the international space station. good to have you back, larry, even if it is on a cloudy, foggy day. we have a lot of fog out there. limited visibility. i'm tracking more scattered showers. we have a bigger storm up ahead. i'm giving you the timeline for that.
welcome back on your sunday morning. sun breaking through the clouds in san jose. showers off and on today. a break tomorrow. tuesday night the rain returns. vianey arana will detail it all for you in a mere moment. the u.s. coast guard added a new ship to its fleet. the coast card cutter robert ward was commissioned yesterday
in san francisco. the 154-foot fast response cutter is designed to intercept drugs and migrants. it also will conduct national defense missions, search and rescue missions as well. cutter robert ward will patrol all california coastal regions and international waters off mexico and central america. >> coast guard cutter robert ward is in commission and i assume command. >> very well. make it so. congratulations. >> a little factoid, fast response cutters are named for trail blazers and heroes. seaman robert ward helped during the normandy invasion. another big step for spacex, a giant leap for commercial space travel. a falcon rocket carrying america's newest capsule for astronauts successfully blasted off from nasa's kennedy space center in florida. this morning the dragon capsule successfully docked at the international space station after a 27-hour journey from cape canaveral. the test flight carried a life-sized test dummy named
ripley after the lead character in the alien movies. the capsule will spend five days on the orbiting outpost before a splashdown in the atlantic on friday. elon musk says he is hopeful the capsule will be ready to carry people later this year. >> we still haven't launched anyone yet. hopefully we will later this year. that would be the culmination of a long dream for a lot of people. me and a lot of people at spacex for sure. from space to planet earth, let's check in with vianey arana with our sunday forecast. we are talking about how oddly humid the rain has made the weather. >> it's been one of those days where i think everybody is over the rain, but we kind of need it. but it's like, not very cold.
temperatures in the upper 50s, lower 60s. and more rain is on the way. we'll catch a little bit of a break. look at the fog. >> wow. >> that's not a broken camera. that's not a mistake. that's what it looks like out there. this is a live pic over dublin. you can barely make out some headlights there of the cars pushing through. do not turn on your high beams. it reflects off the fog. keep your low beams on. in terms of fog and visibility we're down to two miles in santa rosa. three miles in concord. three miles in san carlos. san jose at ten miles. slow it down. keep some distance. a live look now at how satellite radar is shaping up. a lot of that moisture off to the east. this is from that initial storm system that moved in on friday night bringing us heavy downpours friday night into saturday morning. now we're seeing scattered showers. stormranger picking up light rain through pacifica and half
moon bay. a lot of that off to the east. we have rain pushing through sacramento. further in through the sierra, also catching snow showers. that sierra storm warning did expire as of 4:00 a.m. let talk about the daytime highs for today. upper 50s through napa. 58 degrees. 59 in oakland. a bit of a warmer storm. that's why temperatures did not dip or get too cold and it felt muggy out there. 59 in palo alto. 61 in san jose. we will continue to see the possibility of on again and off again showers. we will see some breaks in the sunshine. let's take you through your hour-by-hour. we have some spots of scattered light rain. we keep those popping up through the evening hours into late tonight. we'll keep the cloud cover as well. into monday morning conditions will get better. we'll get a break from all this rain. as far as your sierra forecast, that winter storm warning did expire. i'm assuming a lot of folks are
trying to head back tonight. the road conditions will be a little slippery. we'll started to see some of that snow melt and we're tracking a mix of snow showers of four inches in some areas. more for the higher elevations. road conditions might still be tricky. maybe wait until tomorrow morning when it's expected to be clearer out there. we have an active pacific. this is trailing our next storm system. arriving in the form of an atmospheric river. right now it looks like it will target southern and central california, but even then it could bring us a good chance of seeing a good soaker heading in towards tuesday. rain increasing by tuesday night. and then by wednesday we'll get rain to showers. that could push up further north. as we inch closer to that storm system we'll have a better idea of the tracking and timing. rain totals of an inch to a little over two and a half inches. a break tomorrow. more rain on the way as we head
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social media. one local family saw it first hand... as people stepped up to welcome back. now to a story about the power of community and social media. one local family saw it firsthand as people stepped up to help their daughter. now they're committed to pay it forward for others. garvin thomas has the 15-year-old amputee's story in this morning's bay area proud. the first thing you should know about ella rodriguez is she really loved christmas as a kid, even cried each year as the elf on the shelf was put away. she not only still loves santa, she's learning to act like him, too. on the playing field of christopher high school in
gilroy. >> that felt good. >> reporter: there is an athlete who stands out from the rest. though it's not just how 15-year-old ella rodriguez stands that sets her apart. it's what she stands for. that be being the power of paying it forward. >> to bring something like this powerful into someone's life is life changing. >> reporter: ella was nine months old when her foot was amputated due to a birth defect. it never slowed her down as a little girl, but there came an age, nine exact, when being different weighed her down. >> it will sound harsh, i felt really alone. >> reporter: ella wanted a friend who looked like her, and she knew just who to ask for it. >> dear santa, i don't really know what i want, but i do want a new friend that has a prosthetic like me. >> reporter: when ella's mom saw the letter she posted it to facebook hoping someone who could help would see it, and
they did. a member of the challenged athletes foundation saw the post and within a couple weeks, ella was at a triathlon surrounded by kids just like her. >> it was fun. we got to share stories, we hung around, we were just being kids for the night. and it felt like you were completely normal. >> reporter: they also gave ella her first running leg, and well, she hasn't stopped since. in addition to track, ella cheers and plays wheelchair basketball. the gift not only brought her into the world of sports, but it brought her out of her shell. >> it's affected me into a way i can't put into words. >> reporter: the only thing better than getting a gift like that, ella thought, would be to give one. which is why at this year's caf fund-raiser, ella was there to present a boy on her basketball team with his very own custom wheelchair. setting him off on a path she knows he'll love. >> i'm going to cry, because it
means, it meant so much to me when i was 9 years old that i can't even fathom what it's going to mean to him. >> to be clear, ella didn't raise the money for her teammate's wheelchair, but she did identify him to the challenge athletes foundation where they generously granted him the monitor that new wheelchair. we have much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, a local man and army cadet, an eagle scout killed doing what he loved. now how his family plans on making him a father even after his death. and senator bernie sanders kicks off his 2020 presidential campaign. hear his strong words for president trump. [phone ringing]
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don't leave just yet. 31 more minutes of this newscast. we appreciate you joining us. i'm kira klapper. vianey arana has a look at our microclimate forecast. you say a bit of a break in the rain. it will be one of those mornings where you want to stay in bed all day. wind speeds now are nice and calm. it's gloomy and foggy. look at dublin, you can barely make out the headlights at the bottom. scattered showers are off to the east. we have just enough instability out there that we could see a couple showers popping up through the afternoon. right now we have our stranger up and scanning. there's light rain in parts of the peninsula and our daytime highs will be similar to what we've been seeing.
upper 50s, low 60s. i'll give you a timeline on the next system moving into the work week in the next few minutes. >> oddly humid. usually we get the rain and it's col cold. >> we'll see you in 15. thanks. now to a strong arm robbery, a chase and a car crash disrupting a quiet bay area neighborhood. here's a report from willow glen where that chase came to an end and some of the suspects were arrested. >> reporter: san jose police responded to this market on meridian avenue on the report of three young women shoplifting food and a man pushing the clerk who confronted them. >> officers attempted to stop the vehicle. the vehicle took off. >> reporter: police chased the
suspects. a helicopter even helped in the pursuit, which ended about a half mile from the gas station when the suv crashed through the fence of a vineyard. >> i was in my house. i heard a bang and i went outside and i'm thinking to myself, are you kidding me. >> that's when yoko ran outside. >> i saw the car go in my vineyard. i went out and three girls jumped out and started running toward the back, up the fence. >> reporter: police say they arrested three suspects. one woman was treated at the scene for injuries. he says the suv narrowly missed hitting his home, something he worries about at this intersection. he says for years he asked the city to do more to prevent crashes here but little has been done. >> they're going to end up in my kitchen one day. now to a tale of two cities as teachers are looking to head back to the classroom in oakland, teachers in san ramon are preparing to walk out. teachers in oakland today are
set to officially end their strike. as part of their agreement they will get an 11% raise and receive a one-time 3% bonus. the agreement decides to limit class sizes and put a halt on charter schools. a different story in san ramon. teachers voted to authorize a strike if their contract issues are not resolved. like in oakland they're asking for smaller class sizes and more pay. a statement from the district says in part we had two positive meetings with srvea leadership last week, and we remain committed to the negotiation process and hopeful we can find common ground. a community meeting is planned for wednesday. parents will be kept up to date. the two sacramento police officers who shot and killed stephon clark will not, in fact, face charges. sacramento county's district attorney made that announcement yesterday. she said no laws were broken when clark was killed last march in his grandparents backyard.
at the time, you may remember, officers were there looking for someone breaking car windows which they say clark was doing. police body cam video shows the officers telling clark to show his hands, which he did not do. officers thought a flash of light coming from his direction may have been the reflection off a gun muzzle. as it turns out that reflection may have come off of clark's cellphone. a short time later, they opened fire. clark's family was quick to reject the d.a.'s announcement. >> they executed my son. they execute it him in my mom's backyard, and it is not right. it is not right. however, the da has shown us time and time again throughout her term who she is and what she stands for, which is not fairness or justice. >> the shooting touched off waves of protests in sacramento. that shut down busy streets, disrupted sporting events and took over city council meetings. clark's family has since filed a wrongful death suit against the officers and the city of
sacramento. also reacting to yesterday's announcement was senator kamala harris. she tweeted, stephon clark should still be alive. today's news is a tragic and all-too-painful reminder that our criminal justice system is deeply flawed and lacks accountability. our fight for justice continues. family and friends are mourning the loss of a west point cadet. 21-year-old peter zhu died in a skiing accident in new york and he was pronounced brain dead days later. he is an organ donor but his bay area parents have gone to court in new york because they want doctors there to retrieve something very personal from their son's body before his organs are harvested. nbc bay area's sergio quintana has the details on this unusual request. >> reporter: according to west point, pete er zhu was one of t top in his class.
in the bay area his former swim coach and former eagle scout leader told me they're not surprised he was an honored student at west point. he suffered a spinal injury in a ski accident and was declared brain dead wednesday. according to court papers he is an organ donor and his parents are asking for a judge's order to extract genetic material from his body as well. this is a part of their petition. this is their statement. >> the real unique legal question here is that the material being harvested is not to save a life but to create life in the future. so this presents a tricky question for the courts certainly down the road when the parents try to use this material. >> reporter: in court papers his parents say peter is the last male child of his father's family. in part because of china's one-child policy, peter would be the last to carry on the family's name. according to his parents' attorney, they're still waiting for a response from a judge.
a follow-up to a story we brought you earlier in the week. a man is under arrest for brutally attacking a woman on a trail in mountain view. the 29-year-old was arrested friday at his home, not far from stevens creek trail where the attack happened. police say on monday he pushed a woman into the bushes there and started repeatedly punching her in the face. it turns out he matched the description of the suspect and get this, the two were roommates once. he only lived with the woman for a few weeks. a $2 billion grand opening of sorts in san francisco yesterday for patients and employees at the bay area's newest hospital campus. 240 patients moved from two of sutter hospital's old locations to the new california pacific medical center campus. the move completes years of work
on the 11-floor facility. the building includes some of the latest seismic safety features including wall dampers. president trump took the stage at the annual conservative political action conference, cpac, in maryland yesterday. he had a lot to say. it's a gathering of conservatives, the president was given a warm welcome, which was good because it's been a rough week. from north korea to his former personal attorney, michael cohen testifying before congress. in the middle of the president's speech he singled out and brought on stage the conservative punched at uc berkeley last month. hayden williams was on campus promoting turning point usa, when he was attacked. video of the assault went viral. president trump advised williams to file a lawsuit. >> sue him. he probably has nothing, but sue him forever. but sue the college, the
university, and maybe sue the state. >> we actually showed you that suspect's mugshot yesterday. that suspect is under arrest and facing charges. williams and that suspect are not students at cal. the president also took aim at the new green deal development. >> no planes. no energy. when the wind stops blowing, that's the end of your electric. darling? darling, is the wind blowing today? i would like to watch television, darling. >> the democrats green new deal plan calls for a drastic drop in greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fult fuels such as oil, and natural gas, but it does not ground airlines or rely only on renewable energy. senator bernie sanders returned to his roots to kick
off his presidential campaign. he held his first rally in brooklyn, new york, and he didn't hold back on his thoughts on president trump. >> who is the most dangerous president in modern american history. >> the vermont senator says he expects to win the democratic nomination. as for what will make him a good president, he says he vows to fight for economic justice, social justice, racial justice and environmental justice. at 7:40, still ahead on "today in the bay," larry gersten rejoins us to discuss what some consider a rough week for president trump. that's coming up in a few minutes. and the warriors were in a big prime time match-up in the city of brotherly love. sports is next.
in philly. out to wells fargo center we go. this game going down to the wire. fourth quarter, warriors down by one. cousins in the paint. gets the bucket. third straight game with 20 plus points. later in the fourth, warriors down one. all over k.d., but k.d. with the pull-up jumper. he led all scorers with 34 points. under three minutes to go. steph curry with the rock. he finished the night with 28 points, adding those two points as well. the warriors beat the 76ers, 120-117. here is steve kerr on the contributions. >> i thought demarcus did a good job. when they went small with mike scott, he had to adapt and he did a good job switching. there were a couple of plays where he didn't get all the way out to scott and we'll have to work on that, because that's how teams are going to attack us, you know, if we have demarcus out there they will try to go small and spread us out and put him in pick and roll, that kind of stuff.
we will keep working but i thought he did a great job tonight and obviously carried a major load for us offensively for much of the second half. >> next up for the warriors, they come back to oracle arena on tuesday and host the celtics at 7:30 p.m. that will do it for sports. we'll be back with more news after this break. there are moments in life that leave a lasting impression. like the feeling of movement as a new journey begins, or the sight of soft fur, warmed by the morning sun.
suffered a double setback this past week. welcome back. as we have discussed already, president trump suffered a double setback this past week. first he returned from hanoi absent any agreement from north korean leader kim jong-un. and second and more important locally the president had to endure devastating allegations to the house government operations committee by his former attorney convicted felon michael cohen. political analyst larry gersten rejoins us now for his take on the week. for people who missed you the last couple of weeks, this is why you were gone. you were healing.
>> never fight with the concrete. it wins. >> you're in miraculous shape considering what happened. >> ready to go. >> how did we get to this point with this double whammy. >> step back, have to do that. a few things to remember here. the 16 special council investigation committees since watergate have lasted three years, because they're complicated, sensitive. here's what we know as we near the end of two years of investigation. first, while the work started with special docounsel robert mueller, there are others investigating. they include federal agents in the southern district of new york, washington, d.c., virginia, as well as state investigators in new york. they're everywhere. second, russian interference may have been the catalyst for the initial investigation, but it's become really clear that domestic and international crimes are part of that investigation. and third, michael cohen's
testimony, while it touched both on potential campaign illegalities and a web of international connections between the russians, wikileaks and trump campaign officials, that's big stuff. >> and of course it depends who you ask. but what takeaways do you think emerged from cohen's testimony? >> let's remember. only one of cohen's three appearances was public. but there were some interesting points. among them copies of checks from the president to cohen for paying off stormy daniels and karen mcdug whole had affairs with the president. these appear to be violations of campaign finance laws. also confirmation that trump pursued a moscow hotel through most of 2016 suggesting a conflict of interest. and reason to be deferential to russia. most important, cohen's allegation -- i rerepeat, allegation that he observed a telephone conversation between trump and roger stone about imminent release of hijacked
hillary clinton e-mails, which if true would suggest conspiracy. remember, mueller's recent indictment of roger stone claimed an unnamed person high in the administration instructed trump to communicate with wikileaks. something stone denies. >> it steeems like the mueller investigation has exploded. >> has, but it's been incredibly disciplined. now in addition to conspiracy and possible obstruction of justice surrounding the dismissal of james comey, investigators are looking into the president's family and business for crimes relating to bank fraud, insurance fraud, money laundering and tax evasion. combined these are serious issues. >> right, but isn't it fair to say that investigators haven't charged the president nor others with most of these possible crimes?
>> absolutely. cohen's statements coupled with other indictments and new knowledge of several independent investigations on these aspects suggested that many more dominos are yet to fall. remember, whatever we see in public is a small fraction of the evidence that has been gathered by mueller and his team. >> that's a good point. all right. i feel like i always do this to you. crystal ball. what's next? >> look, we're entering the most explosive period of this investigation. with the house under democratic control, expect at least six committees with various jurisdictions to hold endless hearings in areas republicans have refused to go when they are in the majority. democrats will have to be careful, careful to coordinate with the special counsel so as to not interfere with his investigation. here's another way to look at this. we only see about 10% of an iceberg. 90% is out of sight.
mueller has been mining that 90% to get to the top. that's where we can expect the most important indictments yet to come. >> i think that's what a lot of people forget. there's so much we don't know. thanks, larry. so glad you're back. >> thank you. still ahead on "today in the bay," why these cute little hockey players had a tough go of it even before their game. >>man. they got back up. golden gate bridge, it's foggy, cloudy. great day to be hanging out inside enjoying a good cup of coffee. we'll get some showers, but we have a bigger storm on the way. i'm breaking down the timeline for you coming up. alright, you excited?
it is 7:54 on this sunday. it's not pouring rain out there, but it's very foggy. very cloudy. we do still have some light scattered showers moving through. a live look at the golden gate bridge. check out that fog. not a great day for capturing photos of the golden gate bridge, but a perfect day to enjoy some good local coffee spots around the area. we have some fog and visibility. we have limited visibility, especially in areas like santa rosa, two miles. livermore, less than a mile of visibility. through the santa cruz mountains, highway 17, it's a tricky stretch. slow it down. keep your distance. satellite radar right now, a wide look at this. we have a lot of moisture off to the east. this is from that initial system
on saturday. we still have an active pacific. we're monitoring more changes ahead. let's get a closer look at where the rain is. majority of this is off to the east. you can see some snow and rain coming down in the sierra mountains. >> light scattered showers are expected to pop up off and on throughout the day. temperatures in the 50s and low 60s. not very cold out there. it's been feeling muggy outside. temperatures in the upper 50s. a lot of moisture makes for a humid day. san francisco, 57. palo alto, 59. san jose, 61 degrees. winds will be breezy kicking up into the afternoon. your hour-by-hour outlook. mostly cloudy with some breezier conditions. then it kind of continues this way on and off all day. it's just going to be a gloomy day. as we head into monday morning, we will catch a break from the rain. for those of you traveling or planning to travel up to lake
tahoe or family heading back from lake tahoe, the forecast is still calling for snow today. the road conditions are still not going to be ideal. i think the best travel day is going to be tomorrow. you don't want to get stuck out there and caught offguard. enhanced satellite image. i want to show you the moisture we're seeing off the coast. we're monitoring an atmospheric river event. it looks like it will aim more at southern and central california. a quick check of the long range outlook, it looks like if we see this begin to center over the bay area, we'll see breezy with rain, increasing by tuesday night. as we head in towards wednesday, we'll see the rain turn into showers and thursday we'll have brief, heavy rain possible. because we have already seen so much rain and all of the rivers and reservoirs, they are at capacity, we'll monitor that closely. again, right now taking more of an aim towards southern and central. here's a quick look at your seven-day forecast.
a break on monday. tuesday and wednesday is when we're monitoring that bigger system. heading in towards thursday, we'll have showers. friday, another break from the rain, before another system moves in on saturday. definitely a rainy week. i think this is the year i have gotten the most use out of my rain boots. >> absolutely. i have pictures from a year ago when my son was in shorts this time of year. before we go, we have to show you this. pint-sized hockey players got all tripped up before the game even began. this video has gone viral. most of the-year-o7-year-olds a 8-year-olds had trouble getting on the ice. even little hockey flairs are tough. the team's assistant coach caught this scene on video. he said they were just having fun. is this cruel that we're watching this? >> if they've having fun.
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