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a storm has caused a lot of damage around the bay area. will show you a big incident. a woman was in water that was 68 feet before we got into a vehicle. >> a woman drowns. the driver should have known to avoid the area. happy sunday. we are seeing the after effects of the latest el niño storm to hit the bay area. this is a live look at the bay bridge.
there were plenty of accidents and spin outs overnight. here is a live look at the san mateo bridge. cloud cover and not too many cars on the road. as we have been telling you more rain is on the way. here is a live look at the golden gate bridge where it is nice with the semi dark clouds. you see the red roadways. it will be another wet day today and rosemary will be here for that. welcome to mornings on 2 on a sunday. i am brian flores. we have live team coverage of the storm damage. christian live in lafayette. >> reporter: good morning. spectacular that hazardous in round two on its way. i want to start out with a few of the rainfall totals.
anywhere from 1 to 2 inches of rain reported in many spots. take a look at this area, lohman. 5 inches and 7/10. santa cruz mountains. the rest of us looking at pretty good rain. we had sunshine out there this morning and scattered showers in the forecast for the morning. 45 degrees now in santa rosa. 53 san francisco. low 50s livermore. we are getting a bit of a break but if i turn it over to the radar you can see we are still having moisture overhead and a few scattered showers over the bay bridge and east -- southeast of livermore over the diablo range. showers this weekend into the first part of your day again. the stronger part of the storm will be moving in. multiple advisories once again for today. possibility of letting and sharp river rises are a possibility. as we get into lake county and
the burn scar areas, mudslides a possibility. flash flood watch for the bay area later today. another wind advisory later today. gus could reach 55 miles per hour. we have a high surf advisory. more detail on all of this and the timing of the system coming up in a little bit. the downpours and the strong winds have caused major damage around the bay area. several reports of power outages and flooding. let's go to christian live on- site. >> reporter: it does not look great. you are talking about downed power lines and that is what we have in lafayette. you can see that these power lines are down right now and not energized. fortunately this could be a dangerous situation otherwise. if you look over here you can see it is blocking off this cul-
de-sac and blocking off access to this house. julie lives in that house and we will lock over here and talk with her. one of the major concerns is for her neighbors who live in this house. they are trapped in their house. that is a major concern. you were able to get in and out of your house but your neighbors can't. >> we can physically but we can't remove vehicles. we are stuck. there is my garage. this is quail ridge which is not a cul-de-sac. lots of people live in that area and there is an emergency access road that is closed off for fire only. everyone here couldn't go to their house. these neighbors are elderly. you can see a car coming out now. let's see what it does. which means they can't get out. >> they don't know if they are going back home.
>> you have no power right now. telephone lines are down. electrical lines are down. we are trapped. this house cannot get in or out. that is a concern. >> we will let you check on them. thank you. good luck. we were talking about that damage and you can see the tree down here, video we shot overnight, all of this happening overnight. about midnight this tree had come down and blocked the road and brought down power lines. pg&e crew members out here last night trying to monitor. the road is closed by lafayette police. clearly an ongoing situation in lafayette. this is far from the only situation where there is a tree down. we have a camera in san ramon and report of a tree down at the police station. no word of damage or injuries. there will be likely a lot of
cleanup in that area as well. it was not hard to find trees that were knocked down. on my way in i found a tree down in my neighborhood into work this morning. i was on the 300 block of 14th avenue. in san francisco. it was the talk of the neighborhood. people hoping no one's car was damaged by the dupree. you can see again a lot of work here in lafayette. i was talking with rosemary this morning and we both agreed that when the storm rolled in there was a pretty amazing front that came in. a lot of wind and rain. i spent parts of my evening last night trying to put the barbecue cover back onto my barbecue because the wind had blown it off. i figured a lot of people are doing something similar cleaning up this morning after last night.
>> christian, we're both the parents of young children. it was top with the wind and the rain pouring down.>> this pg&e have a timeline by which they will be able to get the power back on? >> that is one of the questions that the neighbors have. there are no crew members out here now so no timeline yet. we will try to find out if they will have a crew member out here in lafayette. there are scrambling from one neighborhood to another trying to figure out and triage where they need to put resources.'s >> pg&e yesterday said they were bringing in extra crew. we will keep checking with you. the massive storm turned deadly last night after a driver in yuba county drove on into a flooded road and was submerged in six feet of water. highway 70 in olivehurst.
the driver went around a caltrans truck when his car was submerged. the driver made it out of the car but the 48-year-old woman did not. she was under water for 15 minutes before crews were able to reach her. >> water was eight feet deep by the time we were able to get in to the vehicle. it to the dive team a while to find it. >> caltrans said because there's so much rain many of the roads overflowed. officials say if you see roadblocks or flooded roads, find another way because it doesn't take a lot of water to create danger. the storm created headaches. the average delay for a ride flight saturday evening was 2 1/2 hours. 75 canceled throughout the day. we talked to the duty manager who says there are no major delays. officials say anyone heading to the airport should call airlines for up-to-date information. an apartment building on a
cliff in pacifica will be demolished. the building is said to be torn down on tuesday. it is in jeopardy of falling into the ocean due to severe erosion. last month crews tore down and other apartment building next door. a third building with yellow tags happen in january. what roads and driving too fast were factors in a deadly crash in san ramon. it happened yesterday at noon on bollinger canyon road. the vehicle veered off the road and hit several trees. the driver was pronounced dead at the scene. there were no other people inside the car. the victim's name not release. police investigating a homicide in that city. just before 7:00 last night at an apartment on harvard road. we did contact police a few minutes ago that now they are not releasing details about what happened there. an officer did tweet that
investigators were at the apartment but he didn't say what led up to the investigation. we will have more details as soon as they come in. berkeley police investigating a sexual assault near the uc campus. early saturday morning after midnight a man approached a 21- year-old woman from behind while she was walking on etna street. the man pushed the woman to the ground and assaulted her. the suspect is latino in his mid-20s and unshaven. this is the fourth reported sexual assault in the south campus area this year. police released this photo of the man running away from the scene in an earlier sexual assault last month. they believe the incident is linked to the other assault. police in petaluma hoping video will help them find man who pulled off a burglary at a gun store. they crashed their 1990s honda accord through the entrance of independence armory on lakeville street on lakeville
st., saturday morning. the stores cameras caught the men stealing several guns before they drove off. the car is described as mostly light green with a white colored driver- side door. time now is 710 a am. the race for the white house coming up. instead of trying to divide america between us and them, let's try to find a little more love and kindness in our hearts. where each of the candidates are winning over voters and the latest attacks on gop front runner donald trump. plenty of new snow in the sierras this morning. what areas are seeing the most fresh powder coming up.
oakland. storms on saturday left damage across the bay area. we are seeing some sunshine for the dark clouds moving in. here is a look at pg&e power outage map. more than 4000 customers are still without power. yesterday the storm knocked out power to 38,000 customers in the majority outages along the peninsula. pg&e crews are working to restore service. new video from the sphere shows prime conditions for skiers and snowboards. you are happy about this aren't you. kirkland got 10 new inches of snow. fresh powder in the higher elevations. norstar saw 6 inches. it is a welcome sight for those resorts. we will get the latest on the
ski conditions with kevin cooper at the 9:00 our. he is always excited about snow. >> anytime be his on camera he is like yes, awesome. >> rosemary is here and we are expecting more whether this afternoon. >> we all have reason to celebrate. a good amount of rainfall yesterday into overnight. another round coming our way. outside we have showers and we will continue to see spotty showers but look at that. a glorious start to the day with a mix of sunshine as well. as we get to the first part of your sunday it will be hit or miss light rain and then it will become steady once again. right now it looks like write about dinnertime, 6:00. that is when the rain will be at its heaviest as we move through the second part of her sunday. right now, hit or miss showers. we will take a closer look. we
have rain falling over oakland at this time. we will have drizzle as well with more to come. the second system looks to be strong as well with several advisories in place. first one is a flash flood watch for the bay area for today. let's look at what is going on as far as the timing, scattered showers in the forecast. a lot of cloud cover and we do again have the hit or miss stuff but it takes all the way until 5:00 before it becomes widespread and becomes heavy over portions of the north bay. as we get into 7:00 it is now sliding across the central bank . expect central rain here as we get into 9:00. it will move off to the east into overnight. scattered showers fall. for tomorrow morning the morning drive could be wet with scattered showers remaining. as
for his rainfall, we are looking from half an inch to another inch of rain over the next 24 and already saturated soils, we could see the minor flooding once again and that is why the flash flood advisory is in place. expecting strong winds once again gusting to 50 as we get into the second part of the day. the winds will be at their strongest at that time around 4:00 this afternoon. this would advisory will be in place for the bay area. we have another advisory, high surf anywhere near the coast today. be prepared. it goes until tomorrow morning and another one will follow. for the sierra we have a warning that continues. the winter storm warning. be prepared for a winter travel day. right now we're clear this morning. mid-40s to mid-50s and as we get into the afternoon we will remain cool with low 60s in the forecast. brain increasing into
the dinner hour. scattered showers on monday. a break on tuesday. extended forecast on wednesday night into thursday, rain back in the forecast. >> you've felt it yesterday. the temperature dropped. by afternoon the storm came in and it was sweater weather. >> the sierras started with snow over 7000 dropping to 4000. denver broncos quarterback peyton manning says he is going to announce he will retire after 18 seasons with the nfl. he called team president joe ellis and gary kubiak about a position. is just shy of turning 40. he leaves the nfl with a career marked by an unprecedented five mvp awards. students from four elementary schools in san rafael
will be giving to others today for the students and families plan to cook lunch for the homeless, cleanup parks and make superhero cake sophisticates. the day of giving starts at 9:00 this morning and will wrap up later this afternoon. >> hopefully the weather doesn't interfere. car break-ins are on the rise in san francisco with as many as 70 burglaries happening every day. catching criminals is a lengthy progress. we track one of our own car cases here at ktvu. we want to introduce you to max. he is a five-year-old pomeranian spaniel mix with an adorable underbite. he is calling your name, allie. he gets along with other dogs and cats and is very loving. if you are looking for a loyal dog max is your guy. you could meet him at petaluma penpals. go to ktvu.com and scroll to
taxi driver hostage. the driver is suing orange county for $2 million for damages he suffered during his abduction. it is probably happened to you or someone you know. smash and grabs in unoccupied cars and their happening frequently. ktvu's vehicles aren't immune. our vans and cars have been hit multiple times including one caught on camera. even with that evidence no arrests. >> can really went looking for answers -- henry lee went looking for answers. >> reporter: take a good look at this video. it shows two men getting out of a burgundy monte carlo and walking up to a car belonging to ktvu. minutes earlier the news crew had parked on 16th st. near market. one man casually looks into the back looking for valuables. they try to break
open the back window. they then get back into the carlo driving away to come right back and. the other side. one of the men breaks into a front window to grab a briefcase is worth about $5000. the cart beliefs. it is a scene repeated 70 times a day across san francisco. ktvu viewers are fed up with the crime problem that has affected everyone in the city and semi-. darleen gutiirrez had backpack stolen. >> you have to pay for broken windows. you don't see anything -- you don't get anything back. >> we followed our own burglary case through the system. to see how difficult it can be for the average person to get justice. we filed a police report online the day of the burglary and a week later we hadn't heard anything. we returned to the scene of the crime and tracked down this video and handed it over to police. >> the video is helpful because the high definition video we
can extract a plate from the video and we are working on identifying the suspects and locating the car. >> we had the car, the plate and the picture of the suspects. seven weeks later no arrests. we asked what was taking so long. >> there is a process to doing identification to make sure we get the right people. >> we pressed them about mourns . >> i don't get into specifics although we do have leads. >> ktvu has been trying to find out why the burglary problem has reached epidemic proportions. the chief of police said there were cracks throughout the system. >> they are not getting any time and it's going straight to probation and they are reoffending. >> we have a problem that has increased tremendously in the last year and there is no police action on it. >> a number of burglaries
quadrupled to 26,000 break-ins last year alone. the da office said they took action on 80% but that number is still only one .5% of all the burglaries that occur. there is another problem. the cases get stunted. they may only be charged with a misdemeanor. >> the possession of stolen property doesn't necessarily mean they committed the burglary. >> many thieves are getting off with light fences and doing it again. >> if we can put them in jail and have been there for a while it sends a clear message to the rest that we are not pressing around. >> the reporters briefcase and contents are worth thousands which means these guys are on the hook for two felonies if they get caught and prosecuted. we are following the investigation and like thousands of victims we want to know what does it take to get justice. >> they are getting away with
it. >> that was henry lee reporting. san francisco police say they are still trying to identify the men you saw in the picture. if you know they are or have tips on any car burglary we want to hear from you. 415-575-4444. >> it is a big problem. >> 26,000 a year. the rain is far from over and the latest el niño storm brings powerful wind gusts. >> it is a good 50 miles an hour. >> it's pretty bad. >> the storm damage left behind and how the homeless are being held -- helped to stay safe. we are in a neighborhood that is dealing with that storm damage. this is lafayette. there is a tree down. neighbors are worried about elderly who live in the area.
we need to be ready for my name's scott strenfel and r i'm a meteorologist at pg&e. we make sure that our crews as well as our customers are prepared to how weather may impact their energy. so every single day we're monitoring the weather, and when storm events arise our forecast get crews out ahead of the storm to minimize any outages.
2. you see hit or miss showers. it is different then last night with heavy rain and wind knocking down power lines and trees. we're talking about it this morning and recovering for a brief moment. more rain on the lower third, more rain on the way. >> right now may be the calm before the second round of storms. the pictures behind you are of the area. >> it is beautiful. we are getting a break. the second one is coming in just as strong as the first. several advisories with the next system. enjoy the day while it is dry or mainly dry. scattered showers will continue. as we get into the evening around sunset and dinner, the clouds will thicken up and the rain will move back in along
with the wind. let's talk about the here and now. if you are stepping out it is a cooler start. 45 now santa rosa. 53 san francisco. livermore low 50s. san jose 50. the sun is shining in most areas. partly cloudy today that as we showed you, scattered showers continue to drift over the bay area. you may have more over santa cruz a. >> it is tapered off some but perhaps over mount diablo, a few scattered showers. the next system will be a doozy . a flash flood watch for the entire region. it will be for tonight. it is going to include the possibility of rapid rises on the small streams and the creeks and that could create flooding. with bay, east bay south and the peninsula, you will find this here. we received rain yesterday. with this next system we will
be very quick to rise. a wind advisory with gusts possible to 50. notice for the region, once again, this started 4:00 we will go until tomorrow morning. these winds are strong enough to topple trees and bring on power outages. i won't stop there. we will give you a surf advisory if you are going to be near the coast. waves could reach 15 to 18 feet. this advisory goes until 6:00 tomorrow morning. i will have a look at your temperatures for today and the timing on the system and the extended forecast, and when more rain will be on the way. this weekend's downpours have caused downpours and damage. >> reports of power outages and flooding. christien kafton is live at the side of a down to tree. a lot of folks out there said they haven't had power since the overnight and they don't
know when it will be back. >> that is a concerted lafayette. a lot of folks wondering what is going to happen for the day. you can see the issue here is this power line on the arrival. there's no outlet in the serious of their folks who are kind of trapped. it is harder for them to get in and out. this is close to buy lafayette police. we had video of what it looked like last night. neighbors were trying to see what was going on. police were out and there was a pg&e worker out here last night trying to turn off the power. it can be pretty dangerous with down power lines out here. this morning neighbors trying to figure out what is going on. we spoke with a neighbor who is worried about her elderly neighbors who were trapped inside. >> everyone who lives on fail ridge cannot get in or out.
we are told we have to make alternative plans. i am concern for these people that are completely blocked and. -- in mac. >> we're hoping to check in with julie in a few minutes. in san ramon, still ongoing situation out there. a live camera where a tree came down near that san ramon police station. no word of injuries. of course there will be cleanup out there as well. it was not hard to find a lot of damage. on my way into work i stopped and shot video of a down to tree on 14th avenue. in san francisco. it was the talk of the neighborhood in people wondering with a tree went down how it went down. we are not hearing reports of injuries. some cars may have been slightly damaged by the tree but clearly an energetic storm.
you can see in lafayette still a great deal of cleanup and work out here. we see a pg&e crew literally just arriving from the time we started speaking. we will check in with them later on to get an update on when they make it power out here. that was an incredibly energetic storm last night. it blew the cover off of my barbecue. a lot of folks doing similar activities this morning cleaning up. another storm in the forecast. >> i want to make sure you are safe with that power line behind you. pg&e shut off the power so those aren't live the. >> they had been deenergized. it is also a good idea to assume that powerline is hot. we have a clue here and there walking around and the neighbors out here have been walking around. we will be checking in with pg&e hoping to get an update on when power
will be restored. the storm has also been causing problems on bay area roads. slick conditions contributed to crashes yesterday including one on i 80. drivers i want to take it slow because of the high wind. wind gusts reached 35 miles per hour at ocean beach. in aranda, a massive tree brought down power lines and cut power. >> in a storm like this we will see trees and limbs and of the debris hitting our wires and possibly interrupting service so we're using technology to leverage that to make sure we can safely assess the situation. >> right before the storm hit, san francisco opened up to emergency shelters for the homeless that can accommodate 100 people each. they will close tomorrow. download the free ktvu weather up for the latest on the conditions and you will find the radar and forecasts. search
for the ktvu in the app store. now to the race to the white house. in kansas bernie sanders and senator ted cruz win. donald trump captured louisiana at the techie. trump called for marco rubio to drop out. >> marco rubio had a very bad night. personally i would call for him to drop out of the race. it is time he dropped out. >> every time he comes in third or fourth he says you have to be able to win and he has not been able to. i would love to take on ted one-on-one. that would be fun. >> trumps super saturday victories brings his total to 12 states. bernie sanders is racking up victories in the nation's midwest. he has 1 -- won the caucuses
and one nebraska's democratic caucuses. hillary clinton has one co-the democratic primary in louisiana. this is her 11th state win and the race. commanding her lead of delegates. the next stop for the candidates will take the focus to the political world to michigan. >> we have work to do. but not to make america great again, america never stopped being great. we have to make america pool -- pro. diversity is a strength and not a weakness. >> instead of trying to divide america between us and them, let's try to find a little more love and kindness in our hearts. to respect one another and support one another. >> looking ahead to the next states with primaries, march 15
primary in ohio and florida which could make or break some campaigns. bart service is back to normal at the hayward station after a man was found underneath a train. it happened yesterday at 930. the man was rushed to the hospital but later died. the station was closed for two hours. police say they don't think any foul play was involved. we know the name of a man who was killed in a hit-and-run crash in san jose friday morning. the man has been identified as mark gonzales. 21-year-old xavier for well was behind the wheel of an suv when it collided with gonzales. police say the man left the scene but arrested at his home. a transportation company that shuttled silicon valley employees is joining the teamsters union. 100 drivers for we drive you announced they were joined local 853. the drivers transport
employees to and from companies like google, facebook and other giants in the south bay. leaders say the teamster union is becoming more popular. golden state warriors will have a final chance to score off against a rival in los angeles. kobe bryant retiring at the end of the season. he received a standing ovation in january when he suited up for the last time at oracle arena. the lawyers hope he can play when they play each other at staples center today. he is listed as questionable due to a right shoulder injury. the average 27 points in 66 career games against golden state. the warriors are 55-5. love it. >> unbelievable. keep it going. still ahead, a happen million dollars worth of jewelry stolen.
rock officials said the explosion was carried out by a suicide bomber and no one has claimed responsibility. families and friends of passengers and crew on board the missing malaysia airlines flight mh 370. it has been two years since a plane disappeared while flying over kuala lumpur. 239 people on board. people from china and india are in malaysia to remember loved ones and renew calls for the search. to date crews have severed -- scoured many waters. ocean beach revealing a part of history that happens. the relics date back a century. tom baker gives us a look. >> reporter: the storm driven seas have promoted san francisco's ocean beach all winter and recently uncovering a stone stairway, the seawall
in part of a tunnel that ran under the great highway. it is not the first time but it is rare that has sometimes been much more revealing. >> one time i saw the wreckage of a ship that i haven't seen before. a large beam. >> residents had never seen the seawall. >> things that were not here before. under the sand. >> here at the street one must be careful. the stairway is uneven and in stable. just as concerning, sneaker waves, the city replenishes the sand but rising sea levels seem to be doing more damage. >> the version is working a nowadays but again in time things he wrote. >> introversion is a fact of life out here and always has been. 2000 years ago the west coast was 27 miles more west in a place we call the farallon
islands. >> once a year there is a maintenance problem but they need to do it more often. >> at the western neighborhoods project, staffers are putting historic photos online. quite a few are of ocean beach at the time the uncovered steps were built in the late 20s. and the seawall built in the 40s. >> we have seen in our historic pictures, tons of different things popping up in the sand. >> most unusual were put there in world war ii when construction materials needed for war were not available. >> at the time they were dismantling the cemeteries they were up near us. they asked for tombstones and that is what they had and that is with the dumped on the beach. >> if you look, be careful. you need to be careful around those.
>> they have a powerful waves. anyone will tell you. when you go to ocean beach and you don't see erosion you know you need to stay away. we are expecting high waves this morning. good morning sunshine. a lot of pictures coming in on facebook saying this is a silver lining. a beautiful start to the day. a few showers but a lot of sunshine. we are in between storms. the next system will bring a steady heavy rain on sunday. it is a good time to get out and enjoy the view and do your hike or head to the farmers market because we will have partly cloudy skies. maybe bring an umbrella or a rain hat because we may have a few scattered showers pop-up. here is a look at the rainfall totals from the last 24 hours,
3 inches of rain purported. i do have to point out the santa cruz mountains, 6 inches of rain . we have more rain coming and because of that we had a flash flood watch in a moment to talk about. rain picked up on the north and of napa and sonoma and we have more in the santa cruz mountains. you may have scattered showers and dark clouds over you at this hour if that is where you live. for sunday, we will be mainly dry. we get into 11:00, cloudy conditions but not a lot of rain. the clouds will increase into the second half of the day. by 4:00 which is sooner than the models have predicted, by 4:00 we have steady rain over the north bay and then it moves into the central bay. now 6:00 and heavy downpours
expected with this. by 9:00 we are looking at heavy downpour but notice it is becoming less in the way of what we're seeing. in the evening we will continue to taper off. scattered showers will linger for the evening lasting into monday morning. be prepared for the possibility of slick roads for tomorrow. for today a flash flood watch starts later until the evening for the entire region. a wind advisory with gusts up to 25 miles per hour. that starts at 4:00. power outage and downed trees a possibility. for the sierra, winter storm warning continues until tomorrow , 1 to 3 feet of fresh no up there. it will be tricky. look at the numbers. a cooler start, mid 40s to mid- 50s. 45 now in santa rosa. 55 half moon bay.
highs today, low 60s. a cooler day. we started out maggie and now turning cool. monday will be cool as well. if you scattered showers remain for monday. we get a break into tuesday but more clouds on the increase wednesday and more rain on the way for thursday. >> a break and a chance to sweep up branches and try out a little bit. >> all good. runners are lacing up shoes for the fifth annual san jose race to the road. it raises money for the pat tillman foundation to pay for academic scholarships for the military. veteran joe bell stood outside his home two years ago touche cheer on -- to cheer on the runnels. he passed away before last year's race which led organizers to designate a stretch of the run in his name.
tempers flared in pennsylvania during a rally and protests over the confederate flag. supporters and opponents of the flag traded insults at gettysburg military park. the sides were separated and things did stay peaceful. >> i don't think they are bad people. i think the symbol they choose to fly is a symbol of what is wrong. >> i see it as a piece of cloth that represents an integral an important part of american history. >> organizers say the protests started as a confederate flag day event that was meant to celebrate southern and tests. protesters showed up and said the event was organized to promote a symbol of hate. sam accardo has laid out top priorities for the city.
he spoke before a crowd of 1500 people for a state of the city address. he cover topics from economic growth to tackling the homeless issue. the mayor is please with the efforts made to help those living on the streets by converting hotels into affordable housing. other priorities, recruiting and retaining police officers. putting a more innovative government with new technology. tesla will be unveiling its model three at the end of the month. they will start taking reservations to buy the latest model of the electric car on march 31. it is the least expensive car tesla makes. coming in at $35,000. delivery of production is scheduled for late next year. students are getting ready for spring break and looking for affordable vacations. schools are taking recess for a week. the top spring break destinations, orlando and cancun . i never thought about going to orlando.
experts say if you are thinking about traveling right now is the time to buy. >> this year is having cheaper gas prices. it is also having an effect on airfare prices with airfares down 15%. >> certain international destinations can also be affordable. good news if you like mailing cards and letters. stamp prices are going down by $0.02. the first time the post office has cut stamp prices in a century. stamps cost $.49 now and now will cost 70 -- $.47 on april 10. it is part of a deal with congress. it has to go back the increase. the postal service will lose $2 billion as a result of this. >> think of the forever stamps.
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a tree comes down on an east bay neighborhood knocking out power to a neighborhood. one of several areas hit by storm damage. the latest coming up. water was 6 to 8 feet deep by the time we got into the vehicle. a woman drowns while riding in a car on a flooded street. the driver should have known to avoid that area. good morning. happy sunday. aftereffects of the latest el niño storm to hit the bay area. this is a live look of a downed tree at the san ramon police department headquarters. that tree right there is just some of the damage is seen across the bay area this morning. >> people cleaning up. here is a look live at the toll plaza near the san rafael bridge. the road is slick but the sun is coming through. clouds have parted and call before the next storms. >> a live look at the roof camera, the sun is there and
clouds of the distance. it looks like another round of storms is headed our way. rosemary said that. so we know for sure. welcome back to mornings on 2. i am brian flores. i am allie russman. rosemary is busy tracking the forecast. you have been busy this weekend. >> i am taking in this view. a gorgeous start out there this morning. a cooler start. we are gearing up around two, the rain is expected to move in later and will bring wind and bringing with it advisories. giving you a look outside the doors, isn't that a gorgeous start. the san francisco skyline partly cloudy skies. a lot of sunshine. a few scattered showers for the first part of your morning. the clouds it will come back
and eventually the rain and the wind as well. look at these numbers. 49 right now in santa rosa. 54 in san francisco. 57 oakland. livermore and san jose, 54. into your morning, again if you hit or miss showers. right around lake county area and made the -- maybe santa cruz area. before today the second system will bring the rain late in the day and it will start in the north bay around 4:00 and it will march across the bay area as we get into the second part of the afternoon and evening. at dinnertime it will last through the evening. a look at the headlines expected. high surf advisory in place. we could see waves to reach 15 to 18 feet. please be careful out there. a flash flood watch for rapid rise on creek as well as the streams so received a dose of
rain yesterday and it will be easier for all of those in the streams. a flash flood watch. a wind advisory as well a 4:00 and with a friend move through it will be gusty at times reaching 50 miles per hour toppling trees and bringing down power lines. when i come back i will have the timing on the next system and a look at the numbers expected and the extended forecast. this weekend's weather brought a lot of damage here to the bay area. >> reports of power outages and flooding. christian caston is showing us where polls entries have toppled over in lafayette. >> reporter: pg&e on the scene in lafayette working to restore power. this power line came down and you can see it is still down on the road in the middle of this world. concern neighbors. we shot video overnight of what things look like out here.
it was a serious situation as a tree brought down power lines along the arrival. neighbors were trying to figure out what was going on. neighbors have had no power for hours. one neighbor is more concerned about her elderly neighbors who are trapped. >> this is well ridge and everybody cannot get in or out. supposedly trying to come home and we're told they have to go to a hotel or friends. my concern is these people are blocked and. >> we're hoping to get an update on those neighbors. we can tell you that it is a common seem to have trees down. we have video that was shot in san ramon. a tree down near san ramon police station. on my way into work this morning i spotted a tree down on 14th avenue. in san francisco. that tree coming down and no word of injuries or damage. coming back to the book, pg&e crews getting to work trying to
figure out how they will restore power to this neighborhood. will have an updatthroughout the morning. christien kafton, ktvu. the storm has left people in the dark. this is a look at pg&e's power outage map. this morning, 4000 customers are still without power. >> the storm knocked out power to 38,000 customers they areawide. most of them were in the peninsula. crews are working to restore services to all customers. we want to bring in pg&e spokesperson tamara sarkissian. how this last night. i know that pg&e brought an extra crews and had people on standby. how many resources did you have to use? >> we had a lot of support throughout the area and like you said outside the area. a lot of folks were seeing the blue tracks working through the night and making sure we
restore service to customers. >> do you have a breakdown of how many people -- we mentioned 4000 people. a breakdown on how many customers? >> in san francisco we currently have 30 customers without power. in the peninsula we have close to 500 customers without power. north bay is 1200 customers. east bay, 1400 customers. south bay 1200 customers. we are working safely and as quickly as possible to restore the customers and we are making that a priority. >> ahead of the next storms which may be later this week we are supposed to get more rain. will things clear up in the next few days? >> this is something we do all year long. we do have a vegetation management team and they monitor and bay watch for miles
of line and branches. if people see branches close to lines, we encourage them to let us know. it is something we are constantly trying to do and we appreciate support from the public. >> what are the guidelines if you see a downed power line. stay away as far as possible but is there a guideline? >> we want to remind people to always assume any down power lines may be live. keep yourself and others away and call 911 immediately. we want to also -- call pg&e and first call 911. >> would you think power will be back on to these customers who are without?
>> you know it is sometimes hard to say was storms like this but we are working safely and as quickly as possible. these kinds of storms of fluctuate so it is difficult to give a set time. we are working on it and you will see as out there. >> thank you so much. the storm turned deadly last night after a driver in yuba county drove onto a flooded road and was submerged in six feet of water. highway 70 in olivehurst. the driver went around a caltrans truck when his car was submerged. the driver made it out of the car but the 48-year-old woman did not. she was under water for 15 minutes before crews were able to reach her. >> water was eight feet deep by the time we were able to get in to the vehicle. it took the dive team a while to find it.
>> caltrans said because there's so much rain many of the drains overflowed. officials say if you see roadblocks or flooded roads, find another way because it doesn't take a lot of water to create danger. the storm created headaches. san francisco international airport. the average delay for a ride flight saturday evening was 2 1/2 hours. 75 canceled throughout the day. officials say anyone heading to the airport should call airlines for up-to-date information. free sandbags in fremont. they are available on hacker more lane at fire station 5. were fire station 10. you can pick up to 10 bags per household but you will the need your own travel. an apartment building on a cliff in pacifica will be demolished. the building is said to be torn down on tuesday.
it is in jeopardy of falling into the ocean due to severe erosion. last month crews tore down and other apartment building next door. a third building with yellow tags happened in january. a woman was ripe near millard and cyprus avenues. the woman says the man walked up behind her and try to take her cell phone but he ended up taking her shopping bag instead. this man still remains on the loose. a retired jewelers hoping to get stolen valuables back by offering half $1 million as a reward. he went into the chevys fresh mex in emeryville and got -- 3 pm last sunday. three men spotted the goods. the portuguese a jury in the case behind the front seat covered by a piece of fabric. the owner is offering $400,000 for the jewelry. it has melted
let's see what we are looking at. the estuary, that is the camera we use. a beautiful view. >> we are lucky to have that set up. it is beautiful this morning. this afternoon and tonight the weather will be changing and the clouds will be rolling back and. we will see raindrops falling on her head once again tonight. >> get outside now. pretty pictures and a lot of blue skies. >> gorgeous view. getting a bit of a break. another round of rain coming our way and another inch possible. it is a good day.
a look outside where we have partly cloudy skies. here is another beautiful view. golden gate bridge and the far background, we will have a mix of sun and clouds for your day and if you spend liberals possible -- sprinkles possible. let's head to norstar where we have seen 19 inches of fresh snow at the summit in the past 12 hours. isn't that a beautiful view. we have plenty of snow and more on the way that the second system. with that said if you are thinking about heading up with a last-minute attempt to do skiing there is a winter storm warning until tomorrow afternoon as the snow continues there and the wind continues. at home the winds have died down and the rains have moved on. a few sparkles here and there over the santa cruz mountains. here is the future cast model. we go through the next few hours and we are mainly dry. we have the clouds pulling in and out by 1:00.
more cloud cover out there. the rain is to the north. by 4:00 is what a because more widespread. it is heavier over the north bay and begins to shift into the evening. here we are at 7:00 moving through the central day. pockets of heavy rain. and two 10:00 it is moving out but we will continue with widespread scattered showers. the evening may see a few showers to start the morning drive on monday. as we get to sunday we have advisories to talk about. a flash flood watch for the bay area. a wind advisory for the bay area. a high surf advisory for the entire coast. this will be a potent storm like last night. again another half-inch to inch of rain expected by tomorrow. look at the numbers, partly cloudy skies, a couple one out there. 49 in santa rosa. 55 half moon bay. today's, low 60s.
mainly dry day until the second part of the afternoon hits. the showers in the rain will move in as well as the wind. scattered showers as we go through monday. dry on tuesday. increasing clouds wednesday with more rain and snow on wednesday. this year is covered with several inches of new snow this weekend. it is a welcome sight risk years. >> we have a look at those conditions. drivers need to be prepared if there are heading to the sierras. >> reporter: good morning from a beautiful fresh snowy sierra. we are in kingsdale where we started seeing snow ball just a little bit. the roads are pretty clear. it has been piatt. we started seeing snow around blue canyon which is the 4700 foot elevation. the storm overnight lowered the
snow levels for us. we are at kingsdale where there are chain controls and effect. if you are in a vehicle that does not happen will drive you will need to have chains from kingsdale to 7 miles east of turkey. if you're heading to the sierra get on the road as soon as you can. the roads are pretty clear and the sky is clear. that will be changing as the day goes on. this is the time you want to get on the road. make sure you are fully gassed up and make sure you are prepared for a slow drive right now. there's not much of a slowdown but certainly as the day goes on , that is likely to change. right now enjoy the drive and enjoy the beautiful fresh blanket of snow. people are excited to head up to the ski resorts. police in san ramon say wet roads and speeding were a
factor in a deadly crash. it happened yesterday at noon on bollinger canyon road. the vehicle veered off the road and hit trees. the driver was pronounced dead at the scene. there were no other people inside the car and the victims names not released. police investigating a homicide in san francisco. it happened last night at an apartment on harper & row. we talked to police earlier but they are still not releasing details about what happened. we will bring you more information as soon as it comes in. berkeley police investigating a sexual assault near the uc campus. early saturday morning after midnight a man approached a 21- year-old woman from behind while she was walking on etna street. the man pushed the woman to the ground and assaulted her. the suspect is latino in his mid-20s and unshaven. this is the fourth reported sexual assault in the south campus area this year.
police released this photo of the man running away from the scene in an earlier sexual assault last month. they believe the incident is linked to the other assault. police in petaluma hoping video will help them find man who pulled off a burglary at a gun store. they crashed their 1990s honda accord through the entrance of independence armory on lakeville street st., saturday morning. the stores cameras caught the men stealing several guns before they drove off. the car is scribed as mostly light green with a white colored driver- side door. after 18 seasons with the nfl, peyton manning is calling it quits. the decision he made and when we will hear the announcement. lawyers for both bergdahl accusing the candidate of forcing the fight.
out ahead of the storm to minimize any outages. during storm season we want our customers to be ready and stay safe. learn how you can be prepared at pge.com/beprepared. together, we're building a better california. a truck full of explosives blew up in iraq. it killed 40 people. this happened south of baghdad. iraq officials say the explosion was carried out by a suicide bomber. no one has claimed responsibility. us marine died after the boat he was in capsized early saturday morning.
honolulu star advertiser, three men on board that though. it turned over in the north side of the marine corps base in hawaii. the other two men were able to spend back to shore and notify authorities. officials found the marines body 30 feet underwater six hours after the boat capsized. the man same as yet to be released. a day of remembrance for families and friends of passengers and crew on the militia -- malaysia airlines flight. it has been two years since a plane disappeared since flying over kuala lumpur. 289 people on board and people from as far as way as china and india have come to remember loved ones. they are making calls to keep the search going. they have covered 46,000 mi.2 of ocean waters in the hopes of finding the plane. attorneys for both bergdahl
accusing donald trump of compromising their clients right to a fair trial. he faces charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. he walked off his post in eastern afghanistan and was later captured. he was released five years later as part of a prisoner swap for five detainees in guantanamo bay. trump said bergdahl is a no good trader who should've been executed. bergdahl asked -- bergdahl's trial has been scheduled for this summer. the inmates who escaped the southern california jail earlier this year are facing kidnapping charges in addition to other felonies. police arrested the men at golden gate park after they spent a week on the run. they escaped from orange county jail. they stole a van and held a taxi driver hostage. the driver is suing orange county for $2 million for damages he says he suffered during his abduction. university attended by an
boston marathon bomber is refusing to allow film a arrears to shoot on campus for a movie about the attack. university of massachusetts dartmouth said filming scenes for the movie patriots' day would be too disruptive. tamerlan tsarnaev was a sophomore at the school when he and his brother carried out the attack that killed three people and injured others. the movie's producers say they will find another location. denver broncos quarterback peyton manning says he is going to announce he will retire after 18 seasons with the nfl. he called team president joe ellis and gary kubiak about a decision. he is just shy ofturning 40. he leaves the nfl with a career marked by an unprecedented five mvp awards. >> one of the very best.
from down the trees to down power lines, storms sweep across the bay area. we will have the latest. we have work to do. but not to make america great again, america never stopped being great. >> hillary clinton and senator ted cruz come out on top in the second super tuesday. the focus of the political world and where it is headed next. a dry start to the day that we turn wet once again is another storm rolls and. i will have the timing of the next system coming up.
welcome back everybody. just in case there was any doubt el nino has made a come back. go ahead and take a look. the heavy rainfall taking over the bay area mostly last night again this afternoon and tonight causing severe flooding and major crashes across the region as well. >> there were pretty strong winds that took down trees and power lines. rg and e said 4,000 customers bay area wide were still without power. there is another round of storms on the way. welcome to mornings on 2. it is sunday march 6. i'm allie. >> and i'm brian flores. rosemary as our weather this morning. beautiful right now but changes ahead. >> yes we do have another storm on it's way in so enjoy the dry whether while we can. definitely the time to get out doors. it's a cooler start.
we'll have the numbers in just a moment. step outside and take a look at the beautiful view. many of us waking up with sunshine and much needed rain on it's way once again as we get into the second part of your sunday. temperatures in the 50s in areas like santa rosa 54, 55 in san francisco, mid to upper 50s oakland, low 50s in livermore and san jose checking in at 54. temperatures rebounding some. still a little cooler than where we were yesterday but we had more sunshine out there. let's step back before we step forward. take a look at these rainfall amounts. one to three inches of rain fell across the area. this is the jack pot, almost six inches of rain fell over the santa cruz mountains. 5.7-inches there. santa rosa reported more than 2- inches. the next system expected to bring a half inch to an inch of rain so tomorrow morning we'll wake up with the rainfall
amounts for the next system. storm tracker 2 mainly dry out there partly cloudy skies. as we get into the second part of your day clouds begin to increase and steady rain is expected to move back in late in the day right around sunset dinner time depending on where you live. but with that also a flash flood watch will come, wind advisory, high surf advisory already in place so if you are thinking about getting out heading towards the coast we are looking at high surf and wind waves could reach up to 15 feet at times. the wind advisory starts later today about 4: 00 i'll detail that for you and the flash flood watch, the timing on the system and more on how much we expect coming up in just a little bit. back to you. >> actually the down pours and strong winds have caused damage along the bay area and that's where we have christian live this morning where we have seen power outages as well as flooding. how is it going? >> rosemary as you were talking
about the storm that blew through caused a lot of damage in it's wake. here in lafayette you might be able to see one of the many crews that's out scowerring the bay area looking for spots that need work. this area here we are understanding that this crew is waiting on a crew to actually come in from the city of lafayette to clear the tree down there that brought down this line. until that tree is really moved there's not a lot of work that they can do until that tree actually gets removed so they are estimating it could be 6 or 7 at night before power is fully restored to this neighborhood. we have video that we shot overnight of what the scene looked like when that tree came down some time after midnight bringing those power lines down leaving a lot of people without power overnight, a lot of people came out to see what was going on. we talked with one woman this morning who says she's been without power for hours. >> the two vehicles you see there we can't get out.
we can pull them out but what good does that do us. unless they open up an emergency fire road down there, but it's blocked off. >> this is far from the only neighborhood effected. we have a live camera out in san ramon as well where another tree came down and blocked the area where officers escort prisoners in and out much the station and partially blocking some of the access to the patrol cars. no word of any damage at that point and no word on exactly when all of that clean up is going to be done today. it's not hard to find trees down. on my way into work this morning, as a matter of fact i found downed trees on 14th avenue in san francisco, shot some video of that. so clearly a lot of clean up still under way. back to our live shot here in lafayette you can see crews escorting people through this area. it is safe but these lines could be energized later on and
that would be a serious problem. the word from pge assume they are energized. they could be dangerous and deadly. the crews still working out here. we'll have updates throughout the morning on when power will be restored here. >> thank you very much. the storm is causing problems on the roads contributing to several crashes yesterday. >> and on the bay bridge drivers are warned to take it slow because of the high winds. this morning daniel hill joining us on the phone to talk about what drivers should watch out for for today and really for the next few days right daniel? >> that's correct. we have a brief today for us to recover, clean up the roads a little bit but yesterday was a pretty big day for us. we had a lot of roadways effected and it's going to hit us again as the rain comes back. >> i was just checking the
dispatch log the clean up continues. just in the last hour branches down on the roadways. report of erosion on a roadway and summit lake drive. what should drivers be looking out for when they are heading out there when not everything is quite cleaned up yet? >> we are asking people to take it slow out there. there are situations where you are going to be driving down the road and may not see until you get onto it a downed tree or other debris in the roadway. tread carefully. a lot of this rain is going to make it difficult for all of our trees to keep standing. the soil is going to get wet. some of the trees may come down unexpectedly so when it does turn to dark slow down and keep your eyes up to detect the hazards before you come up on them. >> talking about that we reported a story about a road block on a flooded road and the driver went around the road block. obviously people should not be
going where a road block is but just from advice from a driver and at night especially is there a way to see if there is a flooded roadway. is there a way people can know because sometimes it's hard to see if there's a big puddle of water out there without any lights. >> if you can't see it for sure like on the freeway you can see roadway flooding because the road looks different. a lot of people assume it's water on the roadway but you never know if that's standing water. the slower you go the more time your brain has to process what you are seeing. trust your instincts. if you see something that looks wrong it probably is going to be wrong. slow down. if you hit a patch of water and you hydro plane let off the gas, don't hit the brakes and adjust your driving accordingly. what too many people do is when they hydroplane they hit the
brakes and lost control because as soon as your wheels get traction again your car goes directly in the way it was supposed to go. that's the most cause of crashes out there during the rain time. >> officer daniel hill talking about the clean up under way and reminding drivers to take it safe out on the roadways. we still have more storms coming through and the debris is still on the roadway. >> thanks daniel appreciate it. >> uh huh. >> download the free ktvu weather app for the latest live radar and up to the minute forecast. search for it in the app store. bart service is back to normal after a man was found underneath the train. this happened yesterday morning at about 9:30. the man was rushed to the hospital but later died. the station was closed for two hours during the investigation. police say they do not think any foul play was involved. police are investigating a
disturbing discovery off the coast of marin county. a man's body was found drifting in the surf about 2:30 saturday afternoon. authorities are working to identify the victim and his cause of death. we also know the name of a man that was killed in a hit- and-run crash in san jose early friday morning. the man has been identified as 57-year-old mark gonzalez of campbell. police say 21-year-old xavier ruel was behind the wheel of the suv when it collided with the pick up truck. he left the scene but was arrested at his home a few hours later. the california academy of sciences in san francisco will be back open today after visitors had to be evacuated yesterday after a fire alarm went off. it was triggered by steam in the cafe. the fire department was called in to clear the alarm and museum guests were allowed back in the building a short time
later. san jose mayor has laid out for his state of the city address at high school yesterday. he covered a wide range of topics from economic growth to tackling affordable housing and homelessness. he's pleased with his efforts to convert hotels into affordable housing. also he plans to recruit and retain more police officers and create a more innovative partnership between government and new technology. now to the race to the white house. in kansas big wins for bernie sanders and ted cruz. cruz also scored in maine while trump captured louisiana and kentucky. he called for marco rubio to drop out of the race. >> marco rubio had a very, very bad night and personally i'd call for him to drop out of the race. i think it's time he drops out of the race. every time he comes in third
and fourth he says you've got to be able to win and he has not been able to win and i think it's time he drops out. i would love to take on ted one on one. that would be so much fun. >> trump's two supersaturday victories brings his total to 12 states he's been able to win. bernie sanders is racking up states in the mid section. he's won the kansas presidential caucuses and nebraska democratic caucuses but former secretary of state hilary clinton won the democratic presidential primary in louisiana. it's her 11th state win in the 2016 presidential race expanding her commanding lead. next up the focus will be michigan. >> we've got work to do but not to make america great again. america never stopped being
great. we've got to make america whole. diversity is a strength not a weakness. instead of trying to divide america between us and them let's try to find a little more love and kindness in our hearts to respect one another, to support one another. >> well looming beyond this weekend's contests are the crucial march 15 primaries in ohio and florida which could make or break some of these campaigns. following breaking news this morning, the website tmz is reporting that former first lady nancy reagan has died at the age of 94. according to the website as well as daily news she had been in failing health in recent years. she and former president ronald reagan were married for more than 50 years. we are trying to get more information and will have an update as soon as we get more.
still ahead planning on hitting the slopes in the sierra? you might be able to hitch a ride from uber. up next the details from the latest from the ride sharing company. i would be surprised to lose 20 or 30,000 jobs or 40,000 jobs over the last three years. >> and is silicone valley on the verge of a tech bubble? what experts say is a bust and what may still be a pretty big concern. mornings on 2 continues.
♪[ music ] welcome back on this sunday morning. our wish is coming true. we had a nice storm roll through the bay area. we have a second potent storm getting ready to move through the bay area. enjoy the calm before the storm as we wake up with partly cloudy skies. just a few sprinkles out there right now. i will pin point this next system and show you what to expect for the rest of the day coming up. >> thanks rosemary. from jobs to housing, the growth here is the envy but has it grown too much too quickly. >> some question if a bubble is forming. a possible slow down and what's
at stake. >> when you talk about bubbles these kind are fun but that's not the case with an economic bubble burst. ♪ [ music ] >> in 1999 brittany spears topped the charts and silicone valley was on the verge of a dot com bust. it was a day of laughish parties and ipos but when that bubble burst silicone valley lost 20-of jobs, housing prices dipped 10%. fast forward to today we are on the verge of another slow down. >> well it does remind me of the.com boom. >> i can't want to use the word bubble but the valuations got so extreme over the last couple of years that it is bubble like again. >> ken rosen the fisher center for real estate says unlike
2000 companies have business plans and have shown profitability but the problem lies in investors pouring so much money in that some tech companies are way over valued and due for a correction. they've been dubbed unicorns, private companies valued at $1 billion or more because a few years ago it was rare to have a private company valued at that much. today there are 152 unicorns including uber, air bnb and pintrest. >> the view asked most investors no bubbles here everything is just fine thank you very much. can you invest in my start up over here. >> steve blank is behind eight start ups and teaches at stanford. >> the nice part about this bubble is it's deflating rather than popping and unlike the bubble at the turn of the century this isn't going to hurt your grandmother in nebraska. >> so what would a modern bubble burst mean.
rosen says the housing market is already softening and expects home prices and rent could drop 15%. >> i would be surprised to lose 40,000 jobs over the next three years at some point. we are not there yet. >> i don't think so. >> steven levy is the director of the california economy. he says the bay area's economy is strong. companies like apple are expanding with unemployment lower than almost anywhere in the nation and tourism and airports are setting records and while people are leaving the bay area more people from other areas are moving in. >> all of the experts thought everybody would leave, the companies would leave, the people would leave. and it hasn't happened. >> the silicone valley tech analyst has watched the industry for 30 years. >> i've heard this story over and over. silicone valley is dead. we are not going to go anywhere. the body line is they don't understand the fact that part
of this is cycle. >> they also agree a shake out is coming. >> in the bay area it means at a minimum slower growth. and possibly a down turn in jobs. but when that will happen is very hard to say. >> everyone we spoke with agreed the biggest crisis for the bay area is affordable housing. >> i can't tell you how much people i know personally who i work with who are thinking i can't afford to live here. >> if there is a down turn silicone valley has done well as a recovery and despite housing prices traffic and taxes it's still a place where people want to live. in san jose ktvu fox 2 news. >> time now is 8:50. and the talk of the town at least for now is last night's weather which was certainly interesting to say the least. >> windy, stormy blustery
conditions. when i walked out of my house tree branches in the street. flower pedals everywhere. love it. it's great. we need to consider and we have advisories coming with this next system. but with that said it's going to be another spectacular one. we have storm coming this way that will bring wind and much needed heavy rainfall. you are looking at the calm before the storm. nice look at partly cloudy skies. partly cloudy a few scattered showers in the forecast ahead of the main system that will bring us steady rain into the second part of your day. i'll have a timeline on that coming up in just a moment. a high surf advisory in place now extended all the way until tuesday for the entire coastline so this to be aware of if you are looking outside your window and going wow what a gorgeous start to the day let's go to the coast you are going to find the high surf some of the waves reaching 15 to 18 feet so it's going to be
rough out there. storm tracker 2 has really gone quiet. perhaps a few sprinkles or drizzle within the moisture. the clouds we were seeing this morning and the system still off shore expected to move in during the second part of your day. it's going to bring with it a flash flood watch for this evening for the entire bay area as well as our creek. we received upwards of 3-inches of rain in some areas even more than that in the santa cruz mountains. so with this next system it will not be hard for creek and streams to become very high very fast. also a wind advisory. gusts to 50 miles per hour for the entire region a possibility once again and just like last night we could see toppled trees and power outages with this next system. here's a look at when i do expect it to arrive. we will be mainly dry for the first part of your day into sunday afternoon. mostly cloudy but still on the dry side. not until 4 or 5:00 it begins to move in.
by 5:00 moving into the central bay. 6 or 7:00 very wide spread, heavy at times into the evening hours tapering off as we get into the second part of the evening by 10:00 or so but still scattered showers in the forecast for the entire evening. rainfall amounts a half inch to an inch expected. more for our hills but this is good news here as we roll you through. monday morning could have a few residual showers falling on the monday morning commute. here's a look at the numbers outside right now. low to mid 50s, a cool start out there. low 60s for the afternoon with mostly cloudy skies and rain increasing by the second part of your afternoon. the extended forecast showers remain in the forecast as we get back to work on monday and dry on tuesday and wednesday but increasing clouds ahead of the storm that will bring us more rain on thursday. so a little bit of a break and another round next weekend. they seem to be following these rain storms on the weekend. kind of a bummer. >> we are not complaining.
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53. the drivers transport employees to companies like google facebook and other tech giants. it's becoming more popular with workers who service silicone valley. students across the country are getting ready for spring break and looking for affordable vacations. many schools are taking a break for a week this month and the top spring destinations of orlando and cancun are still favorites this year. if you are thinking about traveling now is the time. >> what's interesting this year is while gas prices are cheaper it's having an effect on air fare prices with year-over-year being down 15%. >> travel experts say certain international destinations like costa rica and the dominican republic can also be affordable during spring break. the warriors hope they have one final chance to square off against kobe bryant who is retiring at the end much the
season. he received a standing ovation when he suited up at oracle arena. they hope he can play. he is listed as questionable due to a bum right shoulder. he averaged 127 points in 66 career games against golden state. the san jose earthquakes kick off their season today at home. they face the colorado rapids at the stadium at noon. they have high hopes this season having to bounce back after failing to make the play offs since 2012. they are led by their captain and u.s. member of the soccer team chris. time now is 8:58 and we continue to follow breaking news this morning. former first lady nancy reagan has passed away at the age of 94. we are getting more information on the story and we'll update you after the break.
1999 and she was known for her just say no to drugs campaign. we are still getting information and will provide another update as soon as we get more information but turning now to our other top stories this morning. yeah the other top story we were talking about is the severe storms that hit the bay area last night. we are seeing the after effects of the latest el nino storm. we are looking live at a downed tree at the san ramon police department the cameraman zooming in there. you see the tree branch that fell there. just some of the damage we see across the bay area this morning. >> we can show you a look just before the toll plaza roads a little slick this morning but patchy clouds in the distance, blue skies and sunshine right now but that's going to change later on this evening around sun down when we get the next round of rain. >> no question about that. this is a live look from our
roof camera. the break in the clouds looking very nice on sunday morning. you see a little sun break but this is only the beginning and storms headed our way not just today but this week. good morning i'm brian flores. >> i'm allie rasmus. rosemary has been busy all morning tracking the storms coming through. >> yes great to see that rainfall yesterday. santa cruz picked up almost six inches of rain in 24 hours so that's pretty amazing. also amazing when little ones run to the window to watch it. that was pretty cool. we are going to have those advisories once again later today, flash flood as well as wind. more on those in just a moment. let's take a look at this view here. we have partly sunny skies, a few scattered showers out there for the first part of your day but for the most part in and out of the sun and the clouds. it's going to be an enjoyable
sunday. as we get into the evening hours or the second part of the afternoon the rain is going to come back in full force. santa rosa 55 degrees. oakland 58, livermore 55 and san jose 57 degrees. temperatures not too bad. cooler than most from where we started yesterday. emeryville where our viewer caught a rainbow this morning. she caught this outside. a very pretty start to the day. and many of us enjoying a pretty start to the day with a little bit of sunshine out there. radar very quiet at the moment. the next system is still off shore expected to roll in later today. so we are still on track for that possibility of two to four inches of rainfall by tomorrow morning. i've already seen one, two, three inches in some areas of the bay area. we'll have a look at those numbers in just a bit. focusing on storm number 2, flash flood watch, rapid rise in our creek and small streams possible. wind advisory gusts expected once again to 50 miles per hour. these are damaging winds that
topple trees, create power outages, send your out door furniture flying so that could be aware of as we get into the second part of your sunday. the down pours and strong winds have caused damage all around the bay area. power outages, flooding. we go to christian captain live on site. a downed tree and wires in lafayette. how is it looking out there? >> take a look from a different angle here you can see the top of that utility pole. this tree still down in the middle of the road. no word on exactly when this tree is going to be cleared but it has blocked access. we are at the intersection of quail ridge in lafayette. this road over here closed right now access limited by that downed tree. we have video we shot overnight of what the scene looked like out here. that tree came down after 7:00 last night--8:00 last night between 8 and 9 and brought down that utility pole with it
and one neighbor says things suddenly went very, very dark. no power overnight. he tells us he actually has his three kids at home and two of their cousins so five children in all in a house with no power, limited heat. he says fortunately they were able to eat last night but he says today is going to be a bit of a challenge and again he still is without power this morning. we also have a live camera one of our photographers there in san ramon this morning at the police station where another tree came down and blocked the area where officers escort prisoners in and out of the station and also blocked access to the patrol cars. no word of injury or severe damage but likely a lot of clean up and downed trees kind of the watch word this morning. pretty easy to find downed trees no matter where you go throughout the bay area. on my way in i shot video of a
downed tree on 14th avenue in san francisco. no real damage there. possibility of some cars possibility scratched when that tree dame down but one of the major problems of course is coming back to our live shot when that tree comes down if it pulls down utility lines that's when the very serious problems can happen. pge crews here on the scene right now working to restore power in this neighborhood. they are saying that could come this afternoon, evening at 6 or 7:00 tonight and again from pge a warning that if you do find downed power lines stay away from them, call the authorities right away. we have been checking periodically with pge since we are standing close to these lines. right before we went live i asked if the lines were still deenergized and they said yes. that's why we can stand so close but obviously treat any downed power lines as if they are hot, guys. >> always good advice
especially after a storm like we had last night and more on the way. something for people to keep in mind. thanks christian. >> the storm has left many people in the dark. this is a look at pge's power outage map. as of this morning still more than 4,000 customers are without power across the bay area. >> yesterday the storm knocked out power to 38,000 customers bay area wide and the majority were in the peninsula. pge crews are still working to restore service and joining us this morning is tamar and when we spoke with you about an hour ago last check there were 4,000 people this morning who still were without power. has the number changed at all? >> actually it has we are happy to report we are down to 29 customers in the bay area at this time and continuing to work to restore those customers. >> is there a part of the bay area that's been more effected than others? >> it looks like the north bay at this time has the highest
number, pray 900 customers- -approximately 900 customers in the north bay. >> and a lot of the power lines that are down came from trees. is that what you are seeing as well in terms of causes from the power outages last night and this morning? >> it can vary but primarily what we do see are those tree branches due to the wind into our lines but we do try and prevent that all year round with our vegetation management crews. they go around and check 134,000 miles of line in our service area and try and trim back any branches that look like they could make contact but when a tree comes down because the roots might be weak or what not that's a hard thing to prevent. >> and how many additional crews and resources have you brought in this weekend because of the storm? >> you know, we've had folks from all around coming out to the locations that are going- -that were going to be hit hardest. we have a meteorology team
that's constantly tracking the weather. they are also tracking where we can expect outages so that we can set-up those crews in the appropriate locations and bring folks from lesser hit areas. >> tamar do you have an estimate? 2900 customers with still without power but do you have an estimate when they can have it back on again? >> in a storm like this especially with another storm on it's heels it's difficult to say but we are out there in our blue trucks. you'll see us all around working safely and quickly as possible to restore our customers. >> all right thanks so much. and she mentioned crews will be hard at work right now and are going to be working again tonight with another round of storms on the way. thanks tamar. >> thank you. well the storm did cause headaches at the airport yesterday. the average delay for an arriving flight saturday evening was two and a half hours. 70 flights were canceled throughout the day.
anyone heading to the airport should call the airline ahead of time for up to date information. flooding prompted officials in fremont to offer free sand bags to their residents. they are available at fire station five or station ten. people can pick up to ten bags per household but you will need to bring your own shovel and fill those bags up yourself. an apartment building on a crumbling cliff will be demolished this week. it's set to be torn down on tuesday in jeopardy of falling into the ocean due to severe erosion and has been vacant since 2010 because of the erosion concerns. last month crews tore down another one next door and a third yellow tagged in january. a driver in yuma county drove into a flooded road and was submerged in six feet of
water. the driver went around a truck that was setting up a blockade when the car was submerged. the driver made it out of the car but the 48-year-old woman who was with him did not. she was under water for 15 minutes before crews were able to reach her. >> the water was six to eight feet deep by the time we were able to get into the vehicle. took the dive team a while to find it. >> cal tran says because there was so much rain many much the drains over flowed sending it back onto the highway. officials say if you do see road blocks or flooded roads find another way because it doesn't take a lot of water to create a dangerous situation. new this morning police in south san francisco are investigating a robbery. a 19-year-old woman was robbed near miller and cyprus avenues not far from the airport. a man walked up behind her and tried to take her cell phone out of her hand but took her shopping bag instead. police have not made any arrests. a retired jeweler is hoping to get his stolen valuables
back by offering nearly half a million dollars as a reward. the 72-year-old went into the chevy's fresh mix on power street in emeryville at 3:00 p.m. last sunday. three men in a white car spotted the goods. the gold jewelry was in a suitcase behind the front seat covered by a piece of fabric. the owner is offering $400,000 for the jewelry if it is melted down it will sell for $120,000. well time now is 9:12. still ahead berkeley police are investigating another sexual assault this weekend near the uc campus. up next a surveillance photo police have released yet again to help find the accused man behind the attack. and a smash and grab at a local armory. the firearms and ammo the thieves were able to make off with. this is a.m. mornings on 2.
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>> very appropriate song for that pretty picture of the golden gate bridge. >> it is 9:15. rosemary don't go too far because we are going back to you for weather. >> i heard. >> what do you got going on this morning? >> i was so excited about the song i forgot to start my maps. we've got good weather. partly cloudy skies letting just that break sort of sink in before the next round of rain moves in and the next round of rain going to bring advisories once again so a potent storm off shore. you can see by storm tracker 2 here we are very quiet at the moment. we do have a mix of sun and clouds out there for the day. enjoy it. a few scattered showers that will remain in the forecast but into the second part of your day the system moves in and the advisories into place as well. we have a flash flood watch for the entire bay area. we are talking for the evening hours going to lead to the possibility of rapid rises on our extremes as well as creek. we had a good amount of
rainfall yesterday. from one to two inches for most of our urban areas and more than that for the hills. but again with that in the bank we will continue again to see more rain and wind and with that the possibility of flooding and a wind advisory. gusts expected to reach 50 miles per hour as we get into the evening hours. the time reads 4: 00 this afternoon all the way until 4: 00 tomorrow morning. very wide spread and wind gusts like last night could bring the possibility of toppled trees as well as power outages. be aware of that. if you are going to the sierra you are going to need chains. they picked up a foot of snow even more in higher elevation areas and will continue. snow levels as expected have dropped. here's a look at your future cast models. the second part of your day remains mainly dry but the clouds continue to be on the increase. so partly cloudy this morning. we'll be mostly cloudy over the second half of your afternoon and then by sunset in some
areas sunset right about 6:00 we are going to have the showers. we have north bay first with heavier rain by 5:00 and it's going to shift into the central and south bay by 5 or 6:00, 7:00 a heavy front moving through and continuing to see the moderate to heavy down pours. as we get into 8 or 9:00 beginning to trail off scattered showers for most of your sunday evening into your monday morning drive. rainfall amounts with this next system from half an inch to an inch expected tomorrow morning. excellent news. tracking that for you and have to see how it all shakes out in the end. two to four inches for our urban areas and hills pick up seven inches of rainfall by the end of monday. giving you a look here at some of the numbers right now. a lot of 50s outside. 56 in san francisco, 55 in livermore. low 60s in the forecast for most of us this afternoon. will be a cool and cloudy day, rain on the increase by late in the afternoon early evening.
there's your extended forecast. showers in the forecast back to work on monday. we are dry on tuesday. we are dry on wednesday but increasing clouds wednesday night as another storm begins to move into the bay area on thursday. >> okay. >> talking about the sierra a lot of folks say this could be the best spring skiing we have seen in five years. >> right. >> could actually last well into spring which is great news. >> that's great news. rosemary thank you so much. speaking of the sierra covered with several inches even feet of new snow this weekend, which it's a welcome sight for skiers. >> you are excited about it. >> i'm stocked. it's very exciting. >> we have a look at conditions out in the sierra this morning. drivers do need to be prepared if they are headed that way. >> good morning from a beautiful fresh snowy sierra right now. we are in kingville where just minutes ago we started seeing snow fall just a little bit. as you can see here the roads are pretty clear. it's been quiet the whole drive
up here. we started seeing snow around blue canyon the 4700-foot elevation so definitely this storm overnight lowered the snow levels for us. we are at king vale here where you can see there are chain controls in effect. if you have a vehicle that does not have four wheel drive on all four tires you will need to have chains from here to seven miles east of truckee so if you are headed out to the sierra get on the roads as soon as you can as you can see the roads are clear and skies were clear as well but that will be changing as the day goes on. this is definitely the time you want to get on the road. make sure you are also fully gassed up and make sure you are prepared for a little bit of a slow drive. right now there's not much of a slow down but certainly as the day goes on and people start heading back towards the bay area that is likely to change but right now just enjoy the drive and the beautiful fresh blanket of snow. a lot of people really excited who are heading up to those ski
resorts today. >> that was kristen reporting. back here in the bay area police in san ramon say wet roads and speeding were factors that happened in that town yesterday afternoon near hart court way. the vehicle veered off the road and hit several trees. the driver was pronounced dead at the scene. there were no other people inside and the victim's name has not been released. san francisco police are investigating a homicide that happened just before 7:00 last night at an apartment on harbor road in the bay view district. we talked to police earlier this morning but they are still not releasing any details about what exactly happened. we will bring you more information as soon as it comes into our news room. berkeley police are investigating another sexual assault this weekend near the uc campus. police say early saturday morning just after midnight a man approached a 21-year-old woman from behind while she was walking near dwight way. investigators say he pushed her
to the ground and assaulted her. the suspect is described as latino in his mid 20s early 30s and unshaven. this is the fourth reported sexual assault in the south campus area this year. police released this surveillance photo of the man running away from the scene in an earlier sexual assault last month and they do believe saturday's incident is linked to the other assaults in the area. police are hoping surveillance video will hope them find four men who pulled off a burglary at a gun store. investigators say they crashed their 1990 honda accord through the entrance of independence armory on lakeville street at 7:30 saturday morning. the store's cameras as you see there caught the men stealing several guns before they drove off in the honda. the car is described as mostly light green with a white colored driver side door. >> hopefully that good surveillance video will help lead to tips. >> and the description of the car. >> definitely. coming up after 18 seasons with
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authorities. fire officials found the marine's body 30 feet under water six hours after the boat capsized. the victim has not been released. a day of rememberance of families and friends on board mh370. it's been nearly two years since the plane disappeared. 239 people were on board that flight. people from china and india are in malaysia to remember their loved ones at the ceremony and renewing calls to keep the search for the plane going. today crews have covered 46,000 square miles of ocean waters in the hopes of finding the boeing 777. attorneys of beau burgdahl are accusing donald trump of compromising a fair trial. he walked off his post in eastern afghanistan in 2009 and was later captured and released five years later as part of a prisoner swap for five
detainies in guantanamo bay. trump says he's a traitor who should have been executed. his trial has been scheduled for the summer. he has yet to enter the plea. the three inmates who escaped a southern california jail earlier this year are facing kidnapping charges in addition to several other felonies. they were arrested after spending a week on the run. they escaped from orange county back on january 22. they allegedly stole a van and held the driver hostage. that driver is suing orange county for $2 million for damages he says he suffered during his abduction. new this morning denver broncos quarterback and two time super bowl champion peyton manning announced he will retire after 18 seasons with the nfl. he told the coach about his decision last night. he's just shy of turning 40 and will make the announcement official tomorrow. he leaves the nfl with a career
heart failure. her and former president ronald reagan were metered for more than 50 years. >> she started as an actress before she married ronald reagan. she was first in california while he was governor and when he won the presidency she was first lady from 1981 to 1989. she was known for her just say no to drugs campaign and will be buried next to her husband at the ronald reagan presidential library in steamy valley. >> a lot of people remembering her this morning. our other big story is el nino making a come back as you heard last night. go ahead and take a look at the heavy rainfall taking over the bay area last night and this morning causing severe flooding and major crashes all across the region. >> it wasn't just the rain but strong winds that took down trees across the bay areas as well. pge was staying that 2900
customers are still without power this morning but there is another round of rain on the way. >> both claudine and ross have the day off but don't worry rosemary is very busy. she's been very quiet this morning, usually very talkative. >> she's working hard. >> don't get me wrong you are working very hard but you are very quiet over there. >> we had a nice juicy storm roll through last night and another would not the way and in between sunshine out there this morning and it's a beautiful start to your sunday. how about we take a look at what's going on. a nice view of the oakland skyline to start with the first part of your day. don't be fooled we have rain on the way. we will have wind advisory as well as flash flood and more advisories to come. first let's check in on numbers. 54 degrees right now in santa rosa, 56 san francisco. 57 in san jose. people are tweeting me this morning areas picking up two
inches. san francisco oakland one to two inches. santa cruz mountains five inches. six inches in the last 24 hours. you can see here on storm tracker 2 things have really calmed down. we are going to remain mostly cloudy to partly cloudy mainly dry for the first part of your sunday. then as we get into 4 or 5:00 things start to change up and we are going to be wet for the rest of the evening. a flash flood watch expected later today. a wind advisory starting at 4. a high surf advisory under way. i'm going to detail what this means to you. i'll have a look at your numbers and the extended forecast. when the dry weather is going to come back and how long it's going to last before the wet weather moves back in. all of that coming up but the down pours and strong winds have caused damage across the bay area. several reports of power outages and flooding. ktvu is live at the site of the downed tree. how is it going out there? >> a lot of work still to go.
we are at the intersection of quail ridge road in lafayette and you can see this is the top of a utility pole here that came down about 8 or 9 last night and this neighborhood has been without power since that time. now we have video of what it looked like overnight shortly after that tree came down. it all happened at around 8:00 last night. neighbors say that they--some neighbors say they heard it, others came home to find that their neighborhood was blacked out. we spoke with one man who is home with his three kids. he also has two of their cousins staying with him so five children in all. he said they just finished dinner. he was thankful they were able to finish dinner when all of a sudden the power went out and he's still without power this morning. >> we'll leave the house and maybe go over to the grandparents in oakland. that sounds like a good option. but i also have a fridge full of food and a freezer so keep that stuff closed and don't open it and hope for the best. but as long as everyone is good
and warm and staying dry we are okay. >> and lafayette not the only neighborhood that's dealing with this power outage. in san ramon a tree came down near the police department blocking the area that they transport prisoners in and out of the jail and blocked access to the parking lot there so clearly a lot of work to do in san ramon and these downed trees all over the place. let's go to video i shot this morning at about 5 this morning over on 14th avenue in san francisco. that tree came down before 7:00 last night. again fortunate nobody was injured but some cars may have been scratched or slightly damaged in that incident so clearly a lot of trees down, something we are going to be dealing with as the next round of storms goes through. they are still cleaning up from last night's storms and more storms to come. coming back to our live look this is a view of that tree that fell down here in
lafayette. it came up from the roots, the whole tree down. pge crews on the scene here. if you take a look we can also see that a tree company just arrived out here starting to work. the first problem of course is clearing this tree from the road after that they can restore power and should be restored at 7 or 8 tonight to this neighborhood. >> reporting live, thank you. the storm has already been causing problems all over the roads. the slick conditions contributed to several crashes yesterday including one on interstate 80 in richmond. >> and on the bay bridge drivers were warned to take it slow because of high winds. daniel hill talked about what drivers should be on the look out for today and daniel i was just looking at the chp. a lot of the stuff coming in from the dispatch log. spin outs and trees and debris in the roadway. those are the things people should look out for.
>> absolutely. we are lucky to have a little bit of a rest to clear the roads of downed trees power lines and so forth but that time is going to run short as we get back into the storm. we are going to advise motorists to just take it slow. that's the best advice we can give you. the faster you drive in the rain the more likely you are to be involved in a collision. >> daniel i know we harp on this a lot telling motorists drivers if you will to just be careful out there but we have the break in the storms right now. what are we telling drivers right now? check the tires and wind shield wipers all that good stuff. >> those are the best things to do to make sure tires are inflated and wind shield wipers are in order. the vast majority of people maintain the cars and keep them in decent enough shape to drive. people failing to adjust the driving patterns. they drive the same speed they do when it's dry and don't increase following distance and over react when they hit
standing water. the message is to slow down the only thing you can do to make sure you do not crash in the rain. >> the last time we talked to you you had good advice on what drivers should do if they hit flooding on the roadway. >> keep your eyes up to see anything unusual. hydroplaning situations come from water standing on the road and those look like dark differences on the surface of the roadway. what we tell drivers to do is if you do experience hydroplaning release your foot off the accelerator. don't hit the brakes or put any steering movement into your car. let your car get the traction back and then adjust your driving patterns. the most common crash in the rain is azole o spin out where somebody loses control typically after hitting standing water because of trying to hit the brakes or turning the wheel and once you regain track it goes out of
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♪[ music ] oh yeah. >> thank you scott in the control room. appreciate that. >> taking us back 25 years. >> the ones and twos. laugh willful. >> good morning everybody. rosemary you want to talk over this picture or you want me to? >> beautiful is about all i can say. take it from there. >> it's beautiful but don't let
it fool you but it is going to be raining later on today. and yeah it's going to be pretty messy out there later this afternoon but enjoy it for now. >> usually when there's rain in the bay area it means snow in the sierra. that was definitely the case and we want to bring in coop. >> kevin cooper with vale resorts. your snow level is rising my friend. >> yeah 24-inches this morning. 12-inches here and again 20- inches up in north stock. what a perfect storm. mother nature came in and laid it out. fantastic. 12 hours of rain from 6,200 feet to just about 8,000 feet and overnight dropping drastically. that's awesome. and then dropping drastically last night and turning to snow. it really bonded well with the two layers. a hard layer and soft layer and more snow on the way. i heard rosemary talking about two to four feet in the forecast. could be a great march.
>> skiers pretty happy behind you doing a happy dance celebrating the good conditions. you think it's going to be even better after this next round of rain and snow up there. >> yeah absolutely it will be. it's a great weekend. snow waterrive lenses was really good. it was very dense snow perfect for snow pack and then on top of it with the temperature drop getting lighter but the cold for today and monday and tuesday. >> who is that coop? >> hello. >> what is she doing that there and why is she working? she needs to be on the slopes. >> i'm not working. >> she's going to hand over next i think. >> i am. >> claudine are you there for the whole weekend? i work tomorrow. coming back today. but i couldn't not be a part of this. i'll tell you yesterday it rained on us, woke up this morning and it's amazing. >> so where are you going to go
on the mountain? >> anywhere they let me. >> claudine tell us what the road conditions were like. i know a lot of people may be heading up there today or tomorrow with the new storm coming in. what was it like for you? >> i'm going to stand loose to coop because he's the one working not me and has the microphone. i woke up this morning and it was ugly on the roads. it snowed so hard overnight really the overnight hours this morning it was patching up trying to clean up everything. i came up here friday night and it was raining so it was smooth sailing. the trip back though everyone really even on the city streets have those patching up slushy and sliding. everyone is just trying to get ahead of it before the next one comes in. >> controlling about 5088 as well as highway 80 definitely slow your roll on the way out of here. it's really important. cal tran has to keep up with this because this next round is going to be more intense. >> everyone is talking about
the next storm. so this has been great especially for people trying to get one more day in before they have to get back to work. everyone is well aware of the storm that's coming this way. >> coop it looks pretty warm out there. would you say put some sun screen on this morning? you don't look too layered there. >> it's actually 23 degrees right here but you have the sun coming out with the high clouds right now so definitely sun screen as well today. it's going to be a fun day but this storm is going to start kicking in mid afternoon so conditions will deteriorate rapidly as we move through the day. >> have fun out there claudine. >> we are going to do our one last happy dance. >> there it is. >> oh claudine. [laughter] >> talking about coming back and the conditions being tricky coming back. have fun out there, enjoy the skiing. if you don't make it back for tomorrow we know it's-- >> we know what she's doing. >> another day of skiing i guess after that good storm tonight. let's send it over to rosemary
quickly to talk about the conditions in the sierra and what to expect here. >> don't give claudine any excuses because next thing we know we are going to get that call. i'm teasing. enjoy your time. we did have good amounts of rainfall over the last 24 hours. santa rosa picking up two inches, hayward picking up an nye and a quarter. sfo and inch and a half. ben lowman takes the prize over the santa cruz mountains over the last 24 hours. storm tracker 2 radar has gone fairly quiet picking up on a few showers perhaps embedded in clouds over head. mainly dry for your morning into the afternoon. sun, clouds, maybe a few sprinkles. that about sums it up. as we get into the second part of your sunday it's going to change once again as the next storm moves in and it's going to be a strong one. we are looking at a flash flood watch for this evening. the entire region, everybody here in green for rapid rise on small creek and streams and we
are looking at that being a possibility as we roll through your entire sunday evening because once it gets going it's not going to stop. here's a look at the wind advisory this one starting at 4: 00 lasting until tomorrow morning. gusts just as strong as yesterday. powerful enough to topple trees and create power outages. take it easy. it makes driving difficult if you are going to be out and about later today. timing on the system mainly dry at the moment. into noon time 1:00 still mainly dry. if you want to be out doors and don't want to deal with the rain first half of the day definitely the best time to be out. we'll see an increase in clouds into the second part of the day and by 4 or 5:00 it's moving in and by 6 or 7 it's becoming heavy in some areas. by 9 or 10:00 scattered showers in the forecast for the entire evening. at 11: 00 this could linger. tomorrow morning the possibility of scattered showers on your morning drive
will be as well. continue to track that for you. make sure you tune in. here's a look at what to expect through the next 24 hours. starts late in the day by tomorrow morning perhaps half an inch to an inch of new rainfall as we move through your monday. scattered showers the forecast for tomorrow. for today temperatures at this hour. 58 degrees in oakland, 54 santa rosa and 57 mountain view. afternoon highs mostly cloudy skies cool weather low 60s in the forecast. here's a look at the extended forecast. rain tonight into tomorrow morning continuing with scattered showers on monday, dry on tuesday, dry on wednesday but increasing clouds more rain and snow moving in on thursday. back to you. >> rosemary thank you so much. we continue to follow breaking news this morning. fox news confirmed former first lady nancy reagan has died at the age of 94. >> she died in her home in southern california this morning. nancy and her husband were married for more than 50 years. we take a look back on her
remarkable life. >> ann francis robbins nicknamed nancy was born in new york city on july 6, 1921. she was raised by her mother edy an actress and had little contact with her father after her parents divorced. in 1929 she married dr. loyal davis. nancy and her stepfather became close. he adopted her when she turned 14 and nancy took his last name. she graduated from smith college in 1943 with a drama degree. she appeared in plays in new york before landing a contract with mgm. she moved to hollywood and would ultimately appear in 11 films. in the fall of 1949 a trade paper reported nancy had communist ties. in her 1989 memo she explained how a director friend asked the president of the union to help. >> late that afternoon the phone rang. nancy davis this is ronald reagan from the screen actor's
guild and i have questions for you. if you are free for dinner tonight perhaps we could talk then. well i samered i think i could manage it. >> the pair had a simple wedding. their daughter patty was born in october that same year, son ron followed in 1958. nancy said she thought she married an actor but she soon realized his real passion was working with the republican party. he ran for governor won by a land slide and served as first lady from 1967 to 1975. the reagans had been married nearly three decades when they moved into the white house and nancy later admitted her years in sacramento did little to prepare if her for the national stage. >> nancy reagan had this image that didn't accurately portray her that was very regal, above others. it was totally unfair
characterization. >> her priorities quickly shifted. >> i spent a good deal of time with her that day and she was definitely in shock. she was very quiet. >> from then on the president's safety became her utmost priority. she kept an eye on his travels and although criticized turned to air conditioning rolling for guidance then came a defining moment. >> just say no. >> those three words forever in the american language. nancy kept her distance from policy and focused on being the president's wife. >> you seldom saw them not holding hands. they genuinely preferred to be with each other than anyone else. >> the reagans lived a private life after they retired in california until 1994 when the former president revealed he had alheimer's disease a battle he lost ten years later. >> it was the long goodbye how
difficult that was for her but she did it with great dignity and preserved his dignity a part of her legacy something she'll always be remembered for. >> nancy lived quietly after the president's passing appearing occasionally at events honoring her husband. >> the statue is a wonderful likeness of ronny and he would be so proud. >> and he proud of her. while the woman the secret service called rainbow is now gone her time as first lady remains a part of history not only to her country but to her husband. adam housely fox news.
welcome back everybody. well a transportation company that shuttles silicon valley employees is joining the teamsters. on saturday more than 100 drivers for we drive you will be joining local 853. the drivers transport employees to and from companies like google facebook and other tech giants. the union is becoming more popular with workers who service silicon valley. students across the country are getting ready for spring break and looking for affordable vacations. many schools are taking a week off this month and the top spring break destinations are orlando and cancun still some of the favorites.
experts say if you are thinking about traveling anywhere now is the time. >> what's interesting this year is while gas prices are people and people may be looking to drive to destinations it's also having an effect on air fare prices with year-over-year prices being down 15%. >> travel experts say certain international destinations like costa rica, bermuda and the dominican republic can be affordable during spring break. the golden state warriors hope to have one final chance to square off against kobe bryant. he received a standing ovation back in january when he suited up for the last time at oracle arena. the dubbs hope he can play when thionase each other at staple center this afternoon. he is listed as questionable due to a bum right shoulder. he averaged 27 points in 66 career games against golden state but the warriors are 55-5 sitting pretty owning the best record through 60 games in nba
history. the san jose earthquakes kick off this afternoon at home. kick off playing soccer. i'm here all day. stadiums starting at noon the quakes have high hopes this season and hope to bounce back after failing to make the play offs since 2012. they are led by their captain. two police officers decided to rock out in an effort to cheer up their community. ♪ [ music ] >> the officers with the palisades police department posted this video on their facebook page last week and shared the video to remind their brothers and sisters in uniform to stay motivated. >> a lot of happy dances today. claudine and coop on the slopes. >> a lot of dancing in our studio today too. >> it's been a good morning. >> don't stop believing. >> we didn't stop believing in el nino and yes indeed bringing back that rain and snow. another storm on the way for
tonight or the second part of your afternoon. we dry out just a little bit on tuesday so scattered showers getting back to work on monday. we'll have a break on tuesday, break for most of wednesday. more rain and snow on the way on thursday. it's going to be cool out there as well. you membershipped it talking about it a while ago. starting out in the mid to upper 60s feeling muggy on friday and yesterday a little bit but into the low 60s so going to feel cooler out there so maybe a sweater or raincoat when you head out later. >> thank you for joining us this morning. tune into the latest developments on ktvu.com. >> have a great weekend. >> bye-bye.
i'm chris wallace. with donald trump headed towards the nomination, is the republican party in danger of tearing itself apart? we'll ask rush limbaugh and mitt romney. >> they have no idea why trump is attracting a crowd. they have no idea why trump's crowd is loyal to him. >> conservative radio talk show host rush limbaugh in a rare television interview. it's a "fox news sunday" exclusive. then, mitt romney joins the never trump movement, and donald trump fires back. >> donald trump is a phony, a fraud. his promises are as worthless as a degree from trump university. >> he was a failed candidate. he should have