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(pam)thanks charles.. for the latest on what is happening right now in the east bay.. (steve) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with more on what's happening all over the bay area. lawrence this storm is causing some major airports delays? lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite
you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week. new tonight at ten...the rain is being blamed for this crash in antioch.it happened just after 6:00 on east 18th near hargrove.according to contra costa next week.sunday into starting expected weather is expected starting expected weather is warmer and much saturday. dry friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week.
new tonight at ten...the rain is being blamed for this crash in antioch.it happened just after 6:00 on east 18th near hargrove.according to contra costa fire...several vehicles were involved.a total of four people were taken to the hospital. two with moderate injuries, two with major injuries.you can see firefighters using the jaws of life to remove one person from the vehicle.authorities say they responded to several vehicles accidents in that
area today.drivers are urged to slow down because of the slick conditions. (pam) this week's rain... is in addition to the storms we saw all last week. kron 4's dan kerman in san francisco tonight... to talk about the rains affect on our water supply.. the rains have returned once again in march and water managers say it's really making a difference in terms of water supply. sot david briggs/eb mud water operations mgr. 07-17storage at east bay mud's reservoirs in the sierra and locally are now at 82% of capacity. had march been dry like previous months, things could have been different looking forwardsotmarch storms has also improved storage in the south bay storage in the santa clara valley water district jumped from 26% of capacity to 33% of capacity and improvements are also evident with the sierra
snowpack. on february 28th it was 20% of average.. .now it's grown to 47% of average and state water officials say it could grow over the 50% mark with this series of storms. standup dan kerman sf 124-134that's still only 50 percent of average which is why wter managers say regardless how much it rains water conservation must be a part of daily life. in sf dan kerman kron 4news. (steve)you us with (steve) (steve)you us with you when
you go.. and stop you when you go.. and stop on top of the latest weather. track the storms in your neighborhood with the kron4 mobile app. you'll be the first to know about breaking news when it happens... by turning on push alerts. (grant) it's gone from bad to worse in austin texas. the state capitol....and surrounding region...paraly zed...by a region...paraly zed...by a series of package bomb explosions. but a possible blast reported just tonight night... turned out to be unrelated...according to police. tonight's blast injured a goodwill worker. kristen holmes is in austin with the latest. bryan jaimes/ fedex worker: "i was like what if i loaded up that truck? i mean that... it really does kind of get you kind of scare a little bit." federal investigators are now callling it the work of a serial bomber at least five explosions the latest package bomb happened late monday night at a fedex facility in schertz, texas... about an hour outside of austin. michael hansen/ schertz chief of police: "one employee that
was standing near the explosion later complained, complained of ringing in the ears... we were very fortunate that there were no injuries. two people have already been killed, several others injured in the previous attacks. the previous four package explosions all happened in the state capitol of austin. and it was there, that an additional suspiciouspackage, was found at another fedex facility tuesday, hours after the detonation in schertz. michael hansen/ schertz chief of police: "it's very early in the investigation, obviously, but we're confident that neither this facility nor any location in the schertz area was a target."more than 350 special agents from the fbi, atf, and forensics investigators from quantico, virginia have descended upon the area, hoping to find those responsible, and put an end to the attacks. rep. mike mccaul/ -r- texas: "hopefully finger prints and surveillance photos, and we can finally take him down. this is terrorizing the city of austin right now."in austin, i'm kristen holmes.
(grant) texas attorney general ken paxton spoke live on a different network tonight and said, law enforcement officials on the ground in austin tell him, the latest incident at the goodwill store is believed to be connected to the same bomber. so there is conflicting information tonight coming out of austin.. this is a story we will continue to follow tonight. (grant) back here in the bay... ross gordon laverty is accused of mailing at least one explosive device to a home in east palo alto. the person who got the package back in october....was suspicious... so he opened it in his back yard... it exploded...and he was injured but survived. laverty appeared in san francisco federal court recently...plea ding not guilty... he faces 20 years if convicted. (steve) the c-h-p is still searching for suspects in two freeway shootings. the latest incident happened just last night along interstate-580 in oakland..near edwards avenue.
and there was saturday evening's shooting on interstate-80 in hercules ....that left a woman and a five-year-old girl injured. chp says they do not have any suspects at this point and they are asking for the publics help if anyone has information.(sot) "i know it's scary, but there are tools to help you...like using your defensive driving skills."(steve) and if defensive driving skills dont' work... c-h-p says don't freak out....pull over... and call authorities for help. (steve)the c-h-p says... it has made an arrest in one of the latest freeway shootings.. an 18 -year-old man is charged with firing a pellet gun at another driver along interstate- 580 in san rafael, during the height of last night's commute. the highway patrol says, it was an apparent case of road rage. he's been identified as cristian torrez-perez... he
was pulled over at this san rafael gas station less than 4 hours after the incident. investigators say a pellet gun and ammunition was recovered in the car. torrez-perez was booked into county jail. (pam) car break-ins in san francisco have dropped significantly between the first two months of the year ... that's the claim from s-f- p-d.. the department says... police stepped up patrols to address the ongoing issue. between january and february, police say, numbers dropped by nearly one- third. kron 4's ali reid joins us live from san francisco, where auto burglaries are a big problem... some 30-thousand last year alone. ali, are police focusing on any one particular area? car break-ins are a serious problem in the city.not only are people that live here are afftected by it, tourists are also being warned before visiting san francisco.in 2017, the number of auto burglaries spiked 24-percent from the previous year.its a little concerning knowing theres so much crime around here but it's nice knowing that local police has feet on
the groundthat's right. s- f-p-d are taking action. the park smart campaign was introduced, advising tourists not to leave anything visible inside their vehicles. and a general crimes unit was implemented - specifically targeting property crime, including car burglaries, and foot patrols have doubled. so far it seems to be working. double digit decrease in all 10 district stations, so that's positive workat least one police district is reporting a 44-percent decrease, whereas others are seeing as little as an 11- percent drop. tourists, though cautious, are glad to hear things are looking up.it's reassuring knowing that they are taking steps to avoid the problem my personal belongings will be on my person or out of sightp-d will continue to use data to adjust its strategies in order to effectively prevent and investigate auto burglaries.grace gatpandan / san francisco police department going forward you can expect to continue seeing the foot beats continue to see progress from the investigative units. standupauthough the majority of car burglaries go unsolved, police say last year nearly 800 people were either cited or arrested .reporting in san francisco ... ali reid .... kron 4 news. (pam) coming up.. the
san francisco city supervisor apologizing to the city's fire department. why aaron peskin acknowledges, his reaction to the huge weekend north beach fire response was inapproriate .. (steve) plus all new at ten: a 12-year-old's lucky to be alive after his leg was caught in a lazy river drain. find out how long he was trapped under the water. (pam) animals flying on united airlines is about to change. coming up what changes in the pet safe program for travelers with pets does this map show the peninsula trail?
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tracking the storm right now: here is a live look at the radar showing where the rain is coming down now. (steve) you can see green over several parts of the bay area. and here is a live look at what is happening in san francisco right nowthe rain is here to stay. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow here(toss to lawrence) lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also
the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week.
authorities have identified the victims as 15-year-old isabelle gonzalz and 22-year-old brandon gomez hunsperger. there police say a honda accord was traveling ....when the driver... hunsperger...lost control of the car and crashed into a tree. both victims died at the scene. two other vicitms ...a man and a woman were in the car during the crash...but will both be ok. police believe pot and alcohol...played a role in the crash. (pam) united airlines says ... it is putting a stop to shipping unaccompanied pets on flights... at least for now. the policy change is effective immediately .. united is suspending its so-called "pet-safe" program ... where animals fly in cargo. but the airline will honor any reservations made through march 20th. this follows a string of mistakes .... and even deaths involving animals.including the little french bulldog which died last week after a flight attendant insisted it be put in the overhead bin.
the suspension does not affect pets accompanied by passengers in the cabin. (steve) and another airline is in hot water tonight-- after a mixup with a puppy. delta says a puppy is safely back home in idaho... after a flight mixup lead to a cross country trip. here is a picture of the 8 week old puppy. delta says the dog left richmond, virginia, and was due to fly into boise on saturday night. but there was a mixup somewhere in between. the owner actually received the wrong puppy at the airport in boise. the misplaced puppy was flown across the country to the wrong airport -- landing in las vegas and salt lake city before finally arriving to its owner on sunday. (pam) another robot doing what used to be the work of a human .... makes its debut at a major retail store in the south bay.(steve) the retailer says the artificial intelligence will actually create a more efficient work environment for employees and a better shopping experience for customers...we sent kron4's
t director of communications: "but we are continuing to test it, it has been around for a few months and we hope to see it for a little while longer"> haaziqhere comes a real test, it is coming up right behind us sot she was right. it just turnaroundwalmart employees will still have the physical task of stocking the shelves so does that means no one loses their job because of this?sotwalmart officials say the bossanova technology is in about 50-stores across the country and depending on how this test phase goes, there may be a bossanova robot coming to a walmart near you...in milpitas haaziq madyun kron4newsattention walmart shoppers get ready for the bossanova, a kind of mobile robot lurking in the aisle but what exactly is it doing? sot
francisco today... ahead of the day he is granted a wish. and, that wish is to meet his favorite athlete -- stephen curry.(pam) kron four's philippe djegal was at the airport when the little boy and his excited family arrived ... (philippe) five and a half years ago... seven-year- old jonathan page was diagnosed with a rare metabolic disorder called methylmalonic acidemia. it prevents his body from properly digesting fats and proteins. it resulted in jonathan suffering a stroke and the deterioration of his motor functions. the disorder has a high mortality rate.loree page/mother- "there are kids that have lived in their thirties. there are kids who have, um, passed away at an early age. however, we're gonna take whatever god shows us. and, we're just going to live life to the fullest." and, loree oliver says the non-profit organization "dream on three," is helpoing to make that happen. by arrainging her son and the rest of her family to fly in to san francisco international airport... before meeting jonathan's favorite athlete
wednesday... golden state warriors' point guard -- stephen curry. curry is also from jonathan's hometown -- charlotte north carolina. loree oliver/mother- "we are very excited to be here." jonathan page/7 years old- "(philippe) what do you like about steph curry? (jonathan) he plays basketball and shoots." mike dascal is a volunteer for "dream on three" which is also based in charlotte.mike dascal/dream on 3- "this is the second dream we've done with steph curry and in all the situations we are with these sport heros, we see they get a lot out of it too. they enjoy being with these kids." and, jonathan certainly deserves it. he's still recovering from a stroke he suffered when he was initially diagnosed with the disorder.loree oliver/mother- "and, i appreciate steph curry taking the time to spend with my son." wednesday promises to be very special day for this special young boy. in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. (pam) a long time goal in the medical world.... may soon become a reality. coming up: how male
(pam) now at 10:30: the storm continues and we are tracking the rain minute by minute. (steve) a look at what is happening right now .. and what is to come. there are several days of rain ahead of us as well. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here with the bay area's first and only ten at ten lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california
over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week. (steve) thousands of people are under evacuation orders as a powerful storm approaches southern california. these are photos from santa barbara county where as many as 30-thousand people have been ordered to leave their communities. the storm could bring up to 10 inches in the foothills and mountains. that's a concern for people living in communities already hit hard by january mudslides.
(pam) severe thunderstorms and tornado watches forced people to take shelter in sections of the south- eastern u-s. some isolated spots got hit very hard.. and crews had plenty of downed trees to deal with today.. reporter andrew spencer takes a look at the damage. the hail was ruthless in cullman county, alabama. you can see where massive hailstones pelted windshields -- the cracks spidering through the glass. the hoods of cars covered in dents like golf balls, having been struck repeatedly by hail the size of your fist......one crashing through the sunroof of this s-u-v and leaving shattered glass on the seats.outside the cullman county detention center: more signs of damage -- rear windows busted out,
side mirrors torn off, and more dented hoods and shattered windshields.a man in falkville, alabama, captured video of what appeared to be a tornado -- one of several reported in alabama and georgia.much of the damage through alabama could be seen before the sun went down, monday. tore apart the signs of many businesses in russellville......and damaged a number of homes in ardmore, leaving heavy damage in spots but leaving other areas mostly unscathed.the toppled concrete blocks of a wall wrecked outside alabama's jacksonville state university are a sign of the damage at pete mathews coliseum, where officials say the roof was heavily damaged. possible tornadoes and otherwise strong winds struck in parts of tennessee, georgia, and alabama. in many spots, crews worked in the overnight hours to clear trees out of major roadways....and where trees downed power lines, many lost electricity as well.i'm andrew spencer, reporting (steve) (steve) also in national news: a school resource officer is being praised for stopping a shooting at a high school in maryland today. authorities say a 17-year-old student shot and wounded two other students before the officer engaged him.now investigators want to know what led to the shooting. c-n-n's brian todd reports.
nat sound:it's believed to have lasted for less than a minutenat sound:a 17 year old student opened fire in the hallway of the school just before eight a-m.sheriff timothy cameron:"today at approximately 7:55am great mills high school student austin wyatt rollins- age 17- produced a handgun while in hallway f in great mills high school and shot a great mills high school student- a female, who was 16 and a great mills high school student, a male who was 14."authorities say austin rollins shot the female student before engaging in a round of gunfire with the school resource officer blaine gaskill. officials say it's not clear whether rollins was killed by gaskill's shot or if he committed suicide. sheriff timothy cameron:"dfc blaine gaskill fired at the shooter, and what is described to me is almost simultaneously the shooter fired."the sheriff's office tells cnn that gaskill- a current swat officer- was just assigned to great mills high school last august. tonight, investigators are looking into the relationship between the shooter and the female victim as a possible
motive- sheriff timothy cameron:"there is an indication that a prior relationship existed between the shooter and the female victim. we are working as we speak to determine if that was and if so the extent of that and if it was part of the motive for this shooting." last week students at great mills high school walked out of class as part of a nationwide, student-led protest against school violence.student:"we just had a walk out just a week ago about gun violence. we're just trying to make sure that we don't have to deal with this and we're dealing with this a week later." brian todd: "officials tell us so far they have not discovered any previous warning signs, any signs of disturbing behavior on the student's social media accounts, on his phone, on his computer, or in his car. but they tell us they are still combing through all of that evidence. we are told the shooter's family is cooperating with investigators. brian todd, cnn, great mills, maryland."
(pam) in parkland, florida: a former neighbor of the florida high school shooter ... is speaking out tonight about how she tried warning police about - nikolas cruz. rocxanne deschamps says, just before nikolas cruz's mother ... lynda cruz... died in november... deschamps promised to take care of the 19-year-old. however... she says, cruz has mental issues and obsessions with weapons. deschamps begged cruz to get help ... but he refused. her calls to police about suspects' behavior resulted in no action. (sot) (pam) cruz eventually moved in with another family... before the february 14th florida school shooting... where 17 people were killed. (grant)new at ten: minneapolis police chief is apologizing to the family of a woman who was
mistakenly killed by one of his officers.justine damond was shot by officer mohammed noor in 20-17, after she reported a possible sexual assault in her neighborhood. the chief spoke earlier today.i want to say i am sorry. i know that those three words will not bring justine back, but i want you to know that i am deeply saddened and truly sorry for her death and for your tragic loss (grant)officer noor's partner... said damond spooked them... when she appeared in front of their cruiser as they responded to the report. but prosecutors say officer noor had no reason to use deadly force in that situation. damond's family members, who live in the u-s and australia, said the charges against the officer.... bring the case one step closer to justice. (pam) san francisco supervisor aaron peskin is apologizing... for criticizing the fire department during that huge
north beach fire on saturday night. (steve) today he said, it was inappropriate for him to raise his concerns at the scene of the fire. the fire. fire officials released a statement yesterday... outlining their efforts to contain the fire. crews say, once they knew nobody was inside, they fought the fire from outside ... because it was too dangerous for firefighters to be inside the building. a preliminary investigation has determined that the cause was accidental. the building that burned... on columbus and union... was made up of 28 -vacant apartments and six businesses. (pam) tonight: a 12-year-old boy is still in a south carolina hospital after his leg was trapped in the suction line of a lazy river pool ... and was under the water for at least 10- minutes. marissa tansino talked with the women who was the first to jump in the water to help. "when i jumped in the water to try and pull him out, his lips were already blue." tiffany perez says she and a man who
attempted to help her pull the boy out of the water were unable to free him after she says his left leg was stuck in a suction line.north myrtle beach spokesman pat dowling says a three foot by three foot grate covering a suction line part of the lazy river had been removed, and the boy's leg was sucked into the six-inch line, holding him underwater,tiffany perez:"the maintenance worker told me that he shut the pumps off but it does not happen right away so it takes a while for the system to actually shut down." perez says first responders got to the scene moments later and they worked fast.within about a minute she says they pulled the boy out, his leg blue and purple.tiffany perez: "the gentleman that helped me, his wife, she ran upstairs to the front desk with their one year old to get help and she actually called 911 also. and i was trying to look after her kids as well, and trying to keep them - so i was absolutely terrified." ted hucks, presidents at hucks pool company, says grates are used as protection to help prevent someone from getting stuck underwater.ted hucks: "the grates are designed so that the flow rate doesn't exceed one and a half feet per second so that it can't hold a person's body to the floor of the pool."tiffany perez. "i did what i could do. it still doesn't feel like it was enough. it really doesn't. i still, all night i haven't slept because i feel like
there's something more i could've done."i also reached out to avista resort. jim eggen, a representative for avista, says the resort can't comment at this time, but he says it's sad what happened and they just want to help the family. (steve) researchers say male birth control pills are moving closer to becoming a reality. the results of the study were presented at the annual endocrine society meeting in chicago. researchers said a proposed hormone pill could reduce testosterone and other hormone levels responsible for sperm production without causing any serious side effects. a safe and effective male birth control bill has been a longtime goal in medicine. but for decades, such pills have been exclusively used by
women. researchers said the sample size for this study was small, so there would need to more research to assess any potential side effects. (pam) san francisco supervisors have unanimously approved a ban on the sale of furs... this makes san francisco the largest city in the country to have the prohibition. the legislation... voted on today... goes into effect january first. but retailers have until january 20-20 ... to sell off existing inventory. san francisco joins berkeley and west hollywood in banning the sale of fur products. coming upwe think that some publicity and some shaming can help the situation and we hope that you can help us out here if you are part of the problem at the community garden in daly city we will get to "shaming" his words not mine", i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly (sports) (sports) coming up i'll
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(pam) many densely populated cities around the nation are trying to create green spaces ... in an attempt to improve the quality of life for residents (steve) but tonight one local community garden is being trashed on a daily basis making this effort an uphill battle. .. please don't trash our garden, or steal from it, or trample over the plants daly city, doesn't have a whole lot of green spaces... in fact according to the official daly city site the city is 9th most densely populated city in the entire countryááá so with grant money..from cities of service daly city has created some green spaces .there are at or near the intersection of mission and bepler streets however the garden maintained almost solely by volunteers is being abused people are dumping we found baby diapers we found kitty litter , we found car seats in here we found boxes from dentist offices nearbyoh excuse my manners this is brian he works at the daly city, city manager's office but he from a civic organization americorp
vistasin fact they has just cleaned up the garden the day before and more trash was beginning to pile up so they are cleaning it up again we found needles and saturday we found knives in here but it's not just an issues of dumping trash people are putting the snag on the plants . in this case someone stole most of this cactus over across the street all that is left is a hole where someone dug another plant up .. and get this see the please be respectful sign they started out with 8 signs the signs are gone but not forgotten they have been popping up around the neighborhood so we have some suspicions that they have been stolen and people are putting them in their yards and yes people have been letting their dogs do what dogs do bestthe city installed a garbage can in hopes that people will stop trashing the garden but people are still tossing litter into the garden and get this even buses are driving up over the curb and crushing the plants (sound of bus passing by) we would like people to understand that this is all volunteer labor in layman's term don't trash the community garden and don't trample the poppies and don't steal the plants right here you can see where it was chopped down we think that some publicity and some shaming can help the situation
the newest 49er and the prize of their free agency haul was introduced today... richard sherman arrived in style... wearing a 49ers-red suit... in santa clara today the former seattle seahawk is still condidered among the best corners in the league... although he turns 30 years old at the end of this month... and is coming off an achilles tendon tear... but he says the recovery is prgressing well and he should be readyfor training camp he's a four time all-pro... four-time pro bowler... and a super bowl champion.... and also a huge thorn in the 49ers side... rolling up 9 straight wins against them today sherman talked about the rivalry and what drew him to the 49ers... (sot: sherman) "it's john and it's kyle. they brought stability to this organization. they brought fun. they brought belief. they brought faith. the players believe they can win. the seahawks went and made their business decision and made the decision that they needed to make. the san francisco 49ers made the decision that they needed to make and i look forward to helping them win ball games. at the end of the day, the rivalry is what it is. it'll be renewed, i'm sure, and i'll be at the center of it again, i guess.
finally some good finally finally some good news for warriors fans on the inury front... steph curry... who sprained his right ankle almost two weeks ago and has missed the last six (6) games... was examined by the team's medical staff today.... and he has been cleared to participate in full team practices beginning tomorrow... with the goal of returning to play friday at home against the atlanta hawks the warriors have been dealing with a rash of injuries... including keven durant's fractured rib cage... klay thompson's fracured night night's pelvic bruise draymond green... although green is not miss any gamesrockers-blazers) james harden and the rockets.... in portand taking the the blazers... damien lillard... get the blazers close until the end... he had 20 points... but only shot 5-of-17 james harden... 42 points... 7 assists... and the step-back three final...
115-111 rockets... they are now 4 games up on the warriors in the western conference the sharks... the sharks... explosive ofense tonight... these highlights in honor of our good friend... "canadien don" san jose... hosting the new jersey devils at the tank... 1st period... eric fehr turns on the red light then it's joe pavelski... 2-1 sharks still in the 1st... jannik hansen scores his first goal of the season... 3-1 sharks 2nd period... the onslaught continues... barclay goodrow... makes it 4-1 then logan couture... lights the lamp... 5-1 and
finally... mikkel boedker ... finishes it off... 6-1 sharks after 2 periods final... sharks win 6-2... five striaght wins for san jose amd "canadien don"! the a's have an opening day starter...starter... kendall graveman will get the nod march 29th against the march 29th against the angels... he also got the honor last season because sonny gray was injured... but this year, graveman receives the nod because he's the team's longest-tenured starter and has the most experience
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on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week.
back away! the hoax is connected to the military. it leads right back to the f.b.i. what? but i've seen aliens. you've seen what they wanted you to see. what i have here is proof undeniable that the men who gave me this disease were also behind the hoax. man: but you can have what you want most desperately of all. mulder: the cure for scully's cancer? call a doctor! it's deionized water. it's nothing more than that. can you help me? i'm looking for a woman who was... excuse me... excuse me. i'm looking for a dana scully. it was a dana... sc... excuse me. i'm looking for dana scully. is she a patient here? dana scully?