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40 injured. 4 people killed. just a very stressful, emotional scene but she's been talking to the assembly saying we're not going to let this stop us and everybody visiting and living there is going to go about their business today and not let this intimidate anybody. we'll follow that all morning. thank you for joining us. thursday, march 23rd i'm pam cook. >> and good morning i'm dave clark. steve paulson is here and he'll tell us if we see the sun today. >> yes, you will. and rain tomorrow. there you are. we have mostly clear skies. there's your weaning crescent. between the 3rd quarter and the new moon by i think 28% visible. if that's not right you can let me know. no howling. no wolf howl. there it is.
okay. [ howls ]. >> here comes the facebook message right now. my cat and dog just went nuts. good morning. mostly clear. down towards san jose some cloud cover. it looks like it's clearing up pretty quick. i don't think it will amount to anything but just in case might be a few sprinkles. sunshine in the morning and then a few clouds coming in. because of the cloud cover they're held up. north bay is ooment cooler because it's under clear skies. 43 so call. and 43 sncht soquel. rain down into phoenix and scottsdale. night keep things active in southern california. 50s and 60s on the cool side. speaking of on the cool side, here he is mr. sal castaneda. we do have a decent commute.
we do have some slow traffic though already on 580 and 205 if you're driving over the altman pass. it looks good so far. there are no major problems in dublin all the way over to caster valley. this is a look at the san mateo bridge and the traffic is looking good here. this is a look here at 880 in oakland. so we're off to a nice start. at 5:02 let's go back to the desk. just one day after the deadly attack near the british parliament the city of london trying to get going. going on as if this is just a regular thursday. commuters are heading to work. the streets are busy out there. but security remains very tight around the seat of the british government. four people are dead including the attacker after the attacker drove an suv into a crowd of people on a bridge. british prime minister teresa
may says the attacker was born in britain and was known to british authorities but there are few other details of him being released as of now. people need to realize london is still a safe setting they should go about their usual business. >> tomorrow morning parliament will meet as normal. we will come together as normal and londoners and others from around the world who have come here to visit this great city will get up and go about their day as normal. they will board their trains. they will leave their hotels. they will walk these streets. >> now in france, the lights of the eiffel tower were darkened as you saw right there to sew solidarity with britain. three of the victims were french stupts visiting london. and now authorities saying an american was among the injured. now the reactions on social media still coming in this morning. this one from president trump.
it says spoke to u.k. prime minister teresa may today she is strong and doing very well. now prime minister teresa may tweeted a strong statement as well. former british prime minister david cameron posts my thoughts are with the families of those injured and killed. those seeking to attack our democracy with these barbarous methods will never win. finally with the hashtag saying i am not afraid and we are london. also vice president mike pence said this about the terror attack in london. >> a grim reminder of the dangerous world we live in and the importance of all the measures president trump is taking to protect our country and to do everything that we can do in our power to preecht this
kind attack from coming to our shores again. >> british authorities say the attacker was inspired by international terrorism. republicans hope to have a vote today on their health care plan to replace the affordable care act. but despite some late night arm twisting they're not there yet. there are still enough republican hold outs to place the entire plan in doubt. >> i think there's conversations happening but i don't think they have the votes. >> reporter: a vote scheduled for today could be delayed because the gop leadership may not have the needed votes. >> when you have the fate of a presidency and the fate of a speakership hanging on the vote, it's hard to see that in the end his own party is going to
repudiate him. the republican leadership says this is just the first phase. >> they are looking at the entire plan. if you just look at this bill which is what congressional budget aufts did and i think they made a significant error on the conch amount. >> well the freedom caucus had been a road block. the chairman of the caucus appears to be open to compromise. >> the president and i came to an agreement in principle. i think what we're trying to do now is to make sure that our agreement is actually something that can be executed in a way that passes the senate. >> this may be a good sign for republicans as they try to secure votes. >> it's not just that he says that they're working together and they're talking. it sounds like he wants to be with leadership on this. now that's something that we really haven't seen much from the freedom caucus. >> if the house does bring the bill to the floor for a vote it may not come until late into the night. in los angeles robert gray fox
news. this morning california senator comma harris will speak on the floor. senator harris will highlight stories of californians who have benefited from the affordable care act and explain why she opposes the republican plan to replace it. time is 5:07. san francisco police are searching for a man who tried to kidnap a 13-year-old girl yesterday near stern grove. about 5:00 p.m. the police say the girl was walking on far side avenue when the man in the car approached her, got out, and tried to grab her and pulled her into the car but she screamed and people rushed over chasing after the man but he got away. so far investigators have only released a vague description of the suspect. he's a white man in his 20s driving a volkswagen passat. governor jerry brown says
taking away the health care would destate california. governor brown spoke yesterday against the republican plan outside the u.s. capital alongside other prominent democrats. governor brown called it a dangerous bill saying million officer people in california would -- millions of people in california would no longer be able to afford coverage. u.c. berkley police are learning about an assault last sunday by a mob of attackers. in the area of channing way and piedmont avenue when they were confronted by a group of 8 to 10 men. police say three or four of the men started punching the two victims. the group caught up with them a short time later. police say one of the attackers showed a gun. the victims ran again and called campus police. one of the men was treated for
minor injuries. time is now 5:08. a convicted pedophile is back in jail. earlner this month a 16-year-old boy reported suspicious encould you repeaters with a man he says approached him and his friends at a restaurant offering him money and food to help him wash cars. that man was identified as 54-year-old richard williams. a police officer began texting with williams posing as one of the teenagers. >> getting him to feel comfortable with him, safe like he was a mentor and a teacher and he was there to support him. >> now williams was arrested on tuesday when he went back to that restaurant. after his arrest police tell us he was once convicted for luring boys in los gatos the same way several years ago. now he wears an ankle bracelet but he was due to go off parol in eight months. also happening today santa
clara county is taking steps to cut down the number of mosquitos after all of our recent flooding. a helicopter will be used to spray large ponds near the waste control pollution plants and the sanitary land fill. that's set to start at 8:00 this morning and the area is not open to the public so officials say there's no reason for people to take precautions. oakland residents will have a chance to meet face to face with the new oakland police chief. police chief an kirkpatrick will meet tonight with the residents of rock ridge, north hills, and mornt claire. and oakland mayor libby shaf will be introducing chief kirkpatrick. growing frustration over fixing a 67-year-old dam in the
south bay. the growing concerns from residents over a project that is behind schedule. >> it's a better commute today than yesterday. we still have some slow spots. we'll take a look at the east shore freeway when we come back. >> mostly clear this morning. some clouds to the south. but overall sun for the morning hours then clouds will move in later today. we'll have updates coming up.
welcome back to mornings on 2. . it's now 5:13. experts now say there is a very significant risk in the oroville dam is not fixed in time for the next rainy season. there's no time for delay in the state plan to fix that 770' dam. however, they did not say what could happen if the repairs were not made in time. both the main spillway and the emergency spillway were damaged during hefty storms. concerns about safety of the anderson dam brought more than 450 people to the forum in morgan hill last night. there's less pressure on the dam in a strong earthquake. the santa clara valley water district laided out its newest
plans. district officials say the changes would decrease the chance of flooding during storms. now that's been pushed back to 2020 because of newly discovered earthquake faults. >> you know there's still a lot of snow melt out there and the danger is still out there if the rain comes down again. >> it's better that it's found now. any new findings new complications, engineering complications related to them now than when they're in construction. >> people who live below the dam say they are trying to learn lessons from the problems from the oroville dam and they say they hope this project won't face any more set backs. time is 5:15. sal is watching our commute so far, sal, how does it look so far. it looks pretty good commute today. a much better commute on 101 northbound into morgan hill you will see that commute looks
pretty good and it's very nice all the way into the valley if you're driving into your job trying to get an early start you won't see much of the roads right now. we're also looking at the live picture of our camera which is in downtown san jose. northbound 280 traffic looks good. you can also see san mateo bridge traffic. not a bad commute heading out to the high-rise and continuing out to the bay bridge toll plaza. we look pretty good here westbound at the bay bridge. at 5:15 let's bring steve in. sal i'm working on a graphic and i'll have it in about 10, 15 minutes. they're going to go over 30" for the season. as you know it started in 1849. >> remember how the warriors weren't good for so long and remember how we department have water and rain for so long and
now we have a bunch of wraert. >> all or nothing -- water. >> all or nothing. no rain for tomorrow it looks pretty good. 1" or 2" of rain can fall out of this system. more likely overnight tomorrow. by this time tomorrow i think we'll be dealing with rain. some of the higher elevations. sierra snow 2" to 8". at 5,000' and more than that as you get up above lake level. we have a fast-moving system right there in the santa clara valley. i don't think it's going to amount to anything but that cloud cover is holding up temps to the santa cruz mountains. as the system is coming across it's tapping into moisture as well but it's on its way for later not sooner. 42 on the temps. we do have some 30s popping up.
it's close for others so if it feels colder it is. and rain down in southern california. overnight rain last night and into this morning for the scottsdale, phoenix area in the spring training activities. we get sunshine in the morning and then increasing clouds in the afternoon. the storm series and i don't use storm very aufrn because i think it's overhyped but these are the systems coming in friday and the strongest in the series. sunday night into monday looks like another system coming in. projections again towards the north, north of the golden gate maybe. of course santa cruz mountains. south bay probably the least amount. also inland but around the bay. san francisco looking for an
inch tomorrow. staying on the cool side. we're down 10, 13 degrees so if it feels cooler it is. tomorrow rain. saturday a break. sunday afternoon evening rain you'll get a break monday morning and monday night looks like it's okay. time 5:19 and wisconsin police stiminvestigating a series of shootings yesterday that left four people dead. this happened near wasaw about 100 miles west of green bay. police say the events began with the a domestic dispute at the bank and then an s.w.a.t. team had been to be called out. police are not saying anything about the victims except that one of them is a police officer. when south korea raised a sunken ferry today. most of them were stupts on a
field trip. it sank back in april of 2014. the bodies of nine of the victims are still missing. of it's believed they may be inside the ferry. blamed on over loaded cargo, inexperienced crews. the boat's captain is in jail and serving a life sentence. three young people saved a man last month. 9-year-old aaron overa and his 19-year-old brother fire officials say the three could see strong tides pulling a swimmer out into the bay. they worked together to fiepd a rope, throw it to him and they called 911. bravo. time is 5:20. repairing a broken bridge along
between $400,000 and $730,000 depending on the location. a real estate company trulia shows that only 360 starter homes went on sale in the bay area so far this year but that is still up 7% from last year. in the locateland area inventory is up by 19%. in san mateo and oakland counties it went up by 11%. when people move out of the bay area they often move to the pacific northwest. found that the bay area lost the most residents to portland, oregon over the past year. seattle, washington came at number two followed by austin, texas. the most transplants coming into the area were coming from new york, boston, and chicago.
calling all baristas, a major coffee chain has jobs it wants to fill. 240,000 people around the world by the year 2021. including 68,000 jobs here in the u.s. it's putting an emphasis on hiring 15,000 veterans. now this comes during the company's annual shareholder's meeting. this announcement starbucks is focusing on expanding around the world with the goal of adding almost 12,000 stores in the next three years. well there's a new feature on google maps that lets you share your location in real time so your family and friends can see exactly where you are. you can choose anyone on your google contacts list to share your location with. you can even say how long it will take you to get to where you're going. google thinks this is a more convenient know for you to let someone know where you are without having to send a text or call them. but some experts say the ability to see where someone is in real
time that can be dangerous but google says you can turn off that function whenever you want and if you forget to turn it off it will send a reminder by way of e-mail that it's still on. time is 5:26. body cameras for people who work inside san francisco jails. and the department of justice may announce penalties for sanctuary cities like many here in the bay area as soon as today. the move by los angeles to stand up for immigrants no matter what their legal status. . >> good morning. it's a better commute today than you had yesterday at this time and a nice looking drive coming down to the golden gate bridge from marin county to san francisco. >> and some nice looking weather on the old weather menu for today. although we'll have a big change by tonight and tomorrow. we'll have a look at those temps and see if they're warming up or
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attack. we're closely watching this still developing story from london and again these are live pictures of what's happening outside the parliament building. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is thursday, it is march 23rd. i'm dave clark. >> good morning i'm pam cook. thank you for waking up with us. enstwroiing a little bit of -- enjoying a little bit of a weather break. >> clear skies out there start here with some san francisco rainfall data. now i realize some of you aren't up to every other heart beat yet so put your thinking caps on. okay, for san francisco year to date 29.35" of rain. an entire season average is 1.65" which would put them over 30" of rain for the season. that has only happened 22 times
in this their history. the last time is happened was in 2005 and records began in san francisco and 1849. that's 169 years of record keeping. i'm using july 1st, the rain year, not the water year which starts october 1st because i'm old school and that's the way i believe it. so if we get over 65" of rain and if you're in san francisco you say man it's been a wet year. mostly clear, there are some clouds and maybe a few little splash and dash showers down towards the santa clara valley. lots of sunshine today. this system will start to spread increasing clouds on us but not until later. walnut creek check engine and dans vim checking out. lafayette at 41. some rain down in arizona. spring training what a difference.
we will have sunshine by the morning. 50s and 60s on your temps. low 60s mainly. there you go, sal. 5:31. well steve i'm looking here to see if there is anything even remotely like we had yesterday and we don't see it. i don't see anything -- well i do see a couple of minor things. but yesterday at this time we had like 20 crashes and this morning we had maybe two or three. this is a look at 80 westbound. traffic is looking okay as you drive through. it's not a bad commute the salano county commute. you will see the traffic continues to look pretty good as you drive out to the crocket area. there's a little bit of slow traffic highway 101 westbound getting over to sonoma and marin counties. westbound bay bridge doesn't look too bad getting up into san
francisco. and at the san jose commute northbound 280 traffic that looks pretty good getting up to highway 17. 5:32 let's go back to the desk. some terrifying moments in san francisco yesterday for a teenage girl. >> a stranger tried to drag her into a car. and ktvu's rob malcolm is in san francisco to talk about this abduction and what we know good morning rob. as you can see behind me this is a middle class maybe even an affluent neighborhood. around 5:00 p.m. on wednesday. now according to the police the girl was walking on forest side avenue and she was screaming and
those screams were heard by people nearby. they rushed in to help. they chased him down the street. he did get away. so far investigators only described the suspect as a white man in his 20s who was driving a volkswagen passat. so as the morning starts here and people get up and start their day we're going to hopefully talk to some of of the residents in the area and try to talk to police as well to see how the investigation is going. obviously this man is still on the loose here and people obviously have a lot of concern over what happened yesterday evening. >> certainly. >> all right. thank you rob and we'll check back in with you and hopefully get some reaction there. the u.s. justice department could announce as soon as today guidelines and penalties for sanctuary cities. president trump has threatened to withhold funds. but homeland security still discussing what level of non compliance defines a sanctuary
city. now on tuesday los angeles officially declared itself a sanctuary city. in identifying, detaining, or deporting undocumented immigrants. >> in los angeles we adopt demonize our hardworking workers. that's un-american. >> mississippi became the first state to pass the bill penalizing sanctuary cities financially. eight other states including florida, pennsylvania, texas are considering similar bills. california state university student wills have to pay more to attend college this fall. this is the first increase in tuition in six years. lieutenant governor gavin newsome who was a trustee was among those voting against the hike. it need to hire 400 new faculty members. now the current tuition at cs.u is almost $5500 a year. the increase will add about $270
more. that's before books, food, and housing. time is now 5:35. the san francisco sheriff's department wants jail guards to have body cameras. later today the department will ask the board of supervisors to release $135,000 in reserve funding to begin a pilot program including equipping 30 deputies. the plan is to test out the cameras for a year before expanding to 850 deputies. when some of the deputies were accused of forcing inmates to fight each other. well the owner of a san francisco vintage clothing store is charged with violating laws about selling items made out endangered animals. saysly hanson owns decades of fashion. the department of fish and wild life received an anonymous tip about things sold in had her
store. under cover boarden found 150 jackets and other clothing items made out of osalots and cheetahs. miss han sop says she thought it was okay to sell animal products. >> i'm sorry that furs were killed by unlighted people but maybe something positive can turn out from it. >> she was obviously intending to sell all the items. we want to protect the environment and we want to protect the species. >> vintage furs are legal to own but you can't offer them for sale. if she is convicted, she could get up to four and a half years in prison and fined $45,000. 5:37 is the time right now.
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crawford of the jiepts. sealed the -- giants. sealed the win. there were two other giants on the team buster posy and mark mallanza. and the eagle mascot on the mound. march madness coming down to the sap center in san jose. west virginia plays gonzaga this afternoon followed by xavier. a spot in the final four is on the line over the next couple of days in the south bay. stanford university is hosting its nfl pro days today. a lot of scouts will be there to check out running back christian mccaffrey. the finalist is projected to go early in april's draft. a recent espn mock draft has him
going the first round. stanford passer solomon thomas will also go today. stanford's pro day kicks off at 11:15 this morning. the nfl is looking for ways to shorten games. yesterday nfl commissioner roger goodell released a statement saying he wants to get rid of commercial breaks after kick off. in addition the nfl is looking into bringing the replay tablet video of the field where the referee can confer with the officials without walking to the sidelines. nfl owners will vote on that measure at next week's owners meeting. >> i'm hearing, well i'm not going to say. we'll see. sal and i, we'll talk about it. i don't know i want to talk about it. >> you don't want to change
anything. >> no we don't. >> i wish we had that power. >> sometimes you just think you adopt even want to say anything just because you're super supersticious supersticious. good morning everyone. let's go ahead and take a look at the commute now. traffic at the bay bridge is okay to start. we're going to start with the tracy commute and that would be 580. there's some slow traffic on 205 and 580. but livermore traffic looks good. you see some stop and go traffic which is not unusual. and the rest of the east bay commute is still relatively light. you still have a window of opportunity before 6:00. this commute is not bad heading out to the high-rise.
we're also looking at the oakland commute here. and here at the bay bridge toll plaza there's a backup that started at about 5:31. 5:44 let's go back to steve. >> thank you. sal, appreciate that. we have a break here from our systems. the next one's already begin to go move in the picture. but it won't be here until late tonight and tomorrow morning. we're starting off with mostly clear skies. also san jose south but i think it will clear out pretty quick and that may be a few drops or so. that's also running much cooler. our system for friday looks to be on tap for about 1/2" to 3" of rain. sierra snow around 5,000 feet and above 2" to 8". today we're all right. rain returns friday. not today. no issues today through later this afternoon.
probably even into tonight. by 8:00 maybe up north of santa rosa, then overnight into tomorrow morning. that's when the greatest at some point in time for that rain will start to move through. late friday morning into early afternoon. mostly clear. can you see some of that cloud cover and a few little fast moving showers might be skipping on through. but it looks like a lot of that might calm down. this is a pretty good system here. there will be more on sunday as well. there could be some rain to the north. what we call the overrunning or the warming sector later today but for most of the bay area 40s on temps. some areas such as wood side. still palo alto. low 40s and mid 40s. 39 ukiah and some rain has made it overnight into the phoenix area. so spring training activity there is a low developing. so that will keep some activity
going for the desert southwest. we get the break but in this storm series and again tomorrow looks to be the strongest of the series. today's dry. a break saturday. looks like late saturday, sunday afternoon into sunday and monday. and then the pattern will calm down for a little bit. but projected rainfall for tomorrow. also the coastal and russian river look to be the latest models. 50s and 60s on the temps. running about 5 to 13 degrees cooler than we were 24 hours ago. but rain and wind on tap for friday. a break saturday. sunday morning's okay. sunday evening into monday morning rain. >> a decent amount of rain? >> tomorrow, yes. >> so it will be a tough commute. >> sure looks like it. >> thank you, steve. 5:46 is the time right now. well the new warm springs
fremont bart station is expected to open this week. another five miles south. it has close to 2100 parking spaces. riders can check out the new station but you won't be able to take a train until saturday. time is 5:47. concerns in the oakland hills about a plan to reconfigure a busy joaquin miller road. now the city wants to reduce lanes on parts of joaquin miller road to cut down on speeding. the two lanes in each direction will be reduced to only one lane to add a shoulder. >> we are simply right sizing this road and making it safer without impact and congestion. >> now many of the neighbors were at that meeting. they were skeptical about the city's claim that this will not cause more traffic jams. demolition of the pfeiffer canyon bridge is moving along.
the final part of the bridge has now been torn down. and today crews will focus on removing the concrete and steel rebash from the highway below. -- rebarb from the highway below. it will take about six months to build a new bridge. our time is 5:48. a lot of buzz this morning about tonight's debut of hamilton in san francisco. we're going to let you know about tickets that are on sale for the shows later this year.
introducing the glc coupe. part suv. part sports car. all mercedes-benz. welcome back to mornings on 2. >> well in today's health check this morning we are talking about heart attacks because when you lose someone to sudden cardiac arrest it makes you wonder how healthy it my heart. there are many different ways to measure your heart health. one high-tech test that you may not be familiar with is called a coronary heart scan. it tests looks for calcium because plaque, which is cholesterol and fat builds up in your arteries and then eventually turns into calcium. joins us this morning more on this test and how to stay heart healthy.
what is the importance of this test? and especially if you have a family history. >> good morning. yeah, you know what and that's really a good question because there's always different scans and tests we can do and the question is who needs to do it? when am i going to learn? how do i get my heart healthy? we talk about heart disease being the number one killer. this coronary calcium scan is interesting because it's very quick and very non evasive. you barely have to unbutton your shirt. and it's also relatively inexpensive. it's about $75 out of pocket you pay for. so this tells you if you have this calcium build up in your arteries which is a hardening of the plaque. once plaque turns into calcium you can't make it go away you live with it for the rest of your life but the question is who needs to know about.
there are several risk factors. it's tempting to say that shouldn't we all get it. but we all don't need this scan. if you're at moderate risk. the general guideline, if if you smoke, if you have high blood pressure. if your cholesterol is a little out of whack. if you're overweight. they look at age. they look at gender. all those factors are determined. we know there are other ways to determine what's going on in your heart. there's a stress test where you get on the treadmill. but the bottom line is the reason doctors say you have to know your numbers because that's really the first step in all of this. knowing what your cholesterol is. knowing what your blood pressure is, knowing what your bmi is and that is included. >> and also if we do choose to get these tests are there things we can do about the results when we get this information about how much calcium we have.
what can we do? >> yes, so once the calcium's in there you captain make it go away. you can look at maybe what's causing it. calcium develops over years . it takes a long time for plaque to harden into calcium. but you look at is my cholesterol under control. should i be changing something about my life style. so then it turns into a life long of monitoring this and trying to treat it and just be aware of it. so part of it is just knowing that it's there and then the next step is talking to a cardiologist about what the best step is. for people who have severe calcium blockage they might have to be a surgery where they actually go in and do a bypass or something. that's for an extreme case though. >> all right. one more tool for us and our doctors. thank you. all right, pam. thank you. time is now 5:54
a judge in sacramento county blocked a temporary restraining order that was sought by kings county. but he sought april 9 tooepth date for another court hearing. that is one day before california starts selling almost $10 billion in bonds voters approved in 2008. in the meantime one california lawmaker wants more transparency on how that money is spent. >> this is a project that's in a death spiral and we've got to admit it or we're simply going to waste a lot of money and end up with a partiallily completed system and a very expensive upgrade to amtrak. >> opponents have failed for more than five years to block the project while succeeded only in driving up displays and cost. for the first time in history a species of bumblebees
is now on the endangered species list. almost 90% in 20 years. now in the past there were a lot of them in the eastern u.s. and midwest. but scientists say the bees have been endangered by pesticides, bees, and even climate change. >> in san francisco the highly anticipated run of the musical hamilton will officially start today. for the past two weeks the show's been running previews, but today, the real shows began. believe it or not tickets are still for sale at face value. that includes some seats that are obstructed with their view. there are also seats in more premium locations. and don't forget there is still a daily lottery. it's going on. $10 tickets available every morning. hamilton will be running through august. right now it's 5:56 we're
coming up on our 6:00 hour. coming up we'll tell you how she got away and the search for the suspects. >> also california lawmakers are trying to block the federal government from interfering with lievensed marijuana businesses. we'll tell you how -- licensed marijuana businesses. we'll tell you how police officers find themselves stuck right in the middle. >> traffic looking pretty well on the san mateo bridge. >> except for some clouds towards southern california and also the south bay we are looking pretty good here for sunshine but change is on the way. we'll have more on that coming up.
san francisco police on the look out for a man who tried to kidnap a girl from this west portal neighborhood. we'll have the latest on the investigation. >> a big vote today on the repeal and the replacement of the affordable care act. we're live in washington with the latest on that and the cost to california. mornings on 2 continues. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning thank you for waking up with us if you're just joining us a little break in the
weather. it's thursday march 23rd i'm pam cook. >> and good morning i'm dave clark. steve paulson's over there. he has the weather. >> it is cooler. a lot of 40s here and here we go again making an appearance donnie downer our good friend. good morning, steve. good morning marty. chilly start to the awesome day in larkspur. he's planning ahead. thank you marty. i appreciate that. san francisco rainfall. some of you are like wait a minute i don't have my coffee. i have to look at all this data. yes, you do. here to date i think it's 29.39 to be honest but i'll fix that in the next minute. season average is 23.65. so we're forecasting at least an inch of