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>> good morning. thank you for joining us on this thursday morning, may 24. i'm pam cook rick >> i'm dave clark. let's talk about your for those thursday morning. we go right to steve paulson over here. >> well, it's been pretty cool for us . >> no rain, though, this morning. >> no drizzle so far. that could certainly change. but i don't see anything compared to what we had yesterday. we had about a 10th of an inch for some. measurable amounts everywhere. mostly cloudy skies. we have another very cool morning. all 50s on the temps. most reporting stations say cloudy. cool, 50s, 60s, low 70s in areas that should be in the low to mid 80s by now. not only low clouds but higher clouds. there is a system inching closer. thunderstorm activity dies down tonight. it will pick up again. and for sure, up towards northeast california and in tahoe in truckee, along the crest of the sierra.
i think it's the best of the bunch. it's been coming in here. west, west, west, west, onshore breeze. 50s on the temps. within a couple degrees for everybody. after that low clouds get chewed up this system will give us cloudy to mostly cloudy guys. light rain is possible tonight into tomorrow. the sierra will be the big story. by sunday and monday, more sunshine and warmer temps. so the first half of the holiday weekend will be cool. latter half will be warmer. today, it's one of the cool ones. 5:01, still san jose or something new? >> we still have san jose, steve. but we still have the altamont pass as well. the traffic getting there is busy. you can see it here on the wrote census. a lot of slow traffic. we see this typical for you i guess if you drive this all the time. it does get better by the time you reach livermore and dublin. we do have traffic that is doing okay in oakland.
in san jose, we have flooding. the right lane taken away. just like last time, this is blocking the right lane and right now, traffic is not a major deal. but it will be if it stays that way for much longer. we don't know when they are going to reopen it. southbound 280 downtown san jose, not a good idea. using 85 or 101. if you're driving to the bay bridge toll plaza, this commute is getting busier. it's about a 10 minute delay. at 5:02, let's go back to the desk. a big decision expected today by b.a.r.t. officials. this could affect hundreds of thousands of passengers. >> this is about the expansion into livermore. allie rasmus is live at what is the end of that line right now. the dublin president trump station. allie? >> yes, the end of the line for b.a.r.t. riders. tonight, b.a.r.t.'s board of directors will decide whether or not to extend the tracks and
extend this line out to livermore about half -- five in the might -- five and half miles east of here. that's the issue up for discussion among b.a.r.t. board of directors. several options it could take. one option is they could decide not to do anything at all. the two options that are most likely are extending the existing b.a.r.t. tracks to livermore. it's estimated to cost more than $2 billion. the other alternative is creating a light rail or express bus extension, similar to the extension to antioch that's supposed to open this weekend. that's bus system and light rail system would be less expensive and could be built sooner. it wouldn't take as many cars off of the congested 580 westbound corridor. versus the 14,000 a day that a traditional b.a.r.t. extension could remove. and another issue that -- a conventional b.a.r.t. track extension wouldn't go far enough.
making that elastic track -- a less attractive option. passing debt 580 westbound corridor. bumper-to-bumper every morning. they will have to decide whether to -- the best way to do it. they have the regular meeting scheduled at 5:00 this evening. back to you guys. >> okay. we will update that story throughout the morning. passengers who plan to fly from his san francisco to dublin to ireland last night have had their plans changed. that's because an aer lingus jet was damaged after landing at sfo yesterday. it was being towed to its date when the operator misjudged how much room there was between the terminal building and the end of that wing and that's right tip of the wing. hit a concrete pillar. aer lingus released a statement
confirming the problem and said, quote, it's a minor damage was caused. none of the guests or crew aboard the aircraft were injured. guests will be accommodated on an alternative flight. the flights are said to be operating on schedule. two people who were hurt yesterday when a double-decker tour bus in san francisco caught fire are recovering this morning. it happened in north beach. take a look at this. a ktvu a viewer sent us this cell phone video. watch for flames here. the tour bus was on columbus avenue near broadway when that fire started burning the left front of the bus. both victims were treated for smoke inhalation. the cause of the fire is under investigation. the san jose city council in a very unusual move setback an annual report from the independent police auditor. it suggested racial disparities and certain use of force cases that the auditor would later
acknowledge were misleading. the report was not formally accepted. it surrounded a report suggesting white suspects were more likely to end up with no charges filed against them. in that of all the suspects were not charged after a confrontation, white suspects mostly were taken to psychiatric care as opposed to minority suspects, who were taken to jail. high school teacher in brentwood who was videotaped kneeling during the a flag raising ceremony is now being transferred from one school to another. last night, his students attended a school board meeting to protest that move. ktvu's debora villalon reports students and parents are taking a firm stance on the issue. >> [ crowd chanting ] >> reporter: tyler rest teaches debate and critical thinking. >> shame on the administration.
>> reporter: skills his students and former students deployed as they stood waiting hours to defend him. >> he made me think that this country does need fixing. that i love this country so much that i should make it better. >> reporter: this is the video now on a petition drive site that shows russ taking a knee to as members of heritage heights's jrrotc raised the flag before school. russ did this occasionally to protest police with -- brutality. and his students say his willingness to be opinionated, sometimes provocative challenges them. >> fresh start. >> reporter: superintendent says change was needed. >> he will be a full-time teacher, social studies, history at liberty high school. he is not losing anything like that. >> it was uncalled for, unethical, and an act of
bullying. >> reporter: one parent said russ was trying to intimidate rotc students. >> this whole matter comes down to freedom of speech. >> reporter: another heritage parent, whose two sons were in his class, says the student who was shooting the video was shouting prohibit these -- profanities. >> expressing his first amendment right rick >> reporter: russ was not at that meeting, preferring to keep the focus on students. >> i can on this -- honestly say that without his influence, i would not be going to the university that i am now. >> reporter: they did not show it. the superintendent says the transfer stems from more than one incident. >> the kneeling at the flag is a small portion of the
disruptions that are going on with the programs at heritage. >> reporter: petition has more than 12,000 signatures not just local but from all over the country. he has expressed appreciation from the outpouring but accepts his transfer. in brentwood, debora villalon, ktvu fox 2 news. 5:09. later today, the two defendants in oakland's ghost ship warehouse fire case are due back in court. bail hearing is set for derick almena and max harris. they want the judge to release them. they cite a recent landmark building requiring judges in california to consider alternatives to bail for people who can't afford to pay the bail. the lawyers say the two men could be fitted with elk -- ankle monitors as part of their
release. their trial is set to begin in july. east bay family has become the third in northern california to pursue papa murphy's. they are accusing the restaurant of serving salads contaminated with e. coli bacteria. the suit claims customer katie mcgregor got sick after eating a salad at the pizza chain's restaurant that tested positive for e. coli. papa murphy's is also being sued by families. it comes days after the centers for disease control announced it is now safe to eat romaine lettuce. 39 people in california were affected. california has the only death across the country. linked to that contaminated lettuce. 5:10. if you're a parent, you know that dealing with babies during keating is very difficult. but giving babies over the counting -- over-the-counter medicine could be dangerous. we tell you about a new warning by the fda coming up. and take a look at this.
station just after 2:00 this morning our time. the capsule was grabbed by the american built robotic arm and dragged into position. port -- it leaves in july. slightly higher orbit. that has not been done since the u.s. space shuttle program was shut down seven years ago. 5:14. santa fe texas, the healing process goes on after last week's deadly school shooting. last night, hundreds of people gathered on the football field of santa fe junior high school. many churches took part. the offered counseling to be both affected by the mass shooting where 10 people were left dead, 30 others were wounded some of the people who were there, they are still trying to cope with that deadly attack. >> this night is about hope and healing. we want to encourage love. >> hopefully our children, get some peace and we will see.
i was born and raised here. this is not our town. this is not what we are about. >> later today, the governor of texas, greg abbott, will hold the third and final roundtable discussion about guns and school safety. 5:15. new jersey officials now confirm that school bus driver who collided with a dump truck last week has had his driver's license suspended 14 times since he started driving. two people died. 43 others were hurt in last thursday's crash. officials say six of the suspensions for the driver was because the 77-year-old person didn't pay his parking tickets. he also had eight speeding tickets on his record as well as one careless driving ticket. officials say that driver has a current license but he could lose that license for a year if he's convicted of negligent driving and -- in last week's crash. the company and the school district where he works, they may be sued in civil court.
uber is ending its self- driving car program in arizona and laying off 300 employees. the company is also stopping all of its driverless car testing and opted not to reduce licensing. that move stems from a march crash in arizona where a woman walking her bike across the street was hit and killed by in -- an an uber self-driving car. the car's crash avoidance system was deactivated at the time of the accident and that the human operator in the car was not looking at the road. the trump administration is now investigating whether imported auto parts and new cars great a national security threat. the secretary says that's because they may threaten the health of the u.s. auto industry. secretary wilbur ross says there's evidence that imports have eroded u.s. automakers' ability to develop new technology. if that's true, new tariffs could be imposed on imported cars and trucks. china and japan have condemned that investigation and a global
automaker group says international competition has kept prices down. for consumers. it is 5:17. let's see what sal is seeing in our commute so far. what does it look like? >> we have that flooding that we talked about. it happened last week. we had a big delay on 280. we have it again. this is a look at the flooding here on 280 northbound. i'm sorry, 280 southbound at the exit of 87. it is blocking the right lane and shoulder and putting out more and more flares. just like last week. i'm not sure that they are going to be able to reopen it anytime soon. later in the morning, when the commute gets busy, that's when it's going to be a big issue for the morning commute. here it is, though, and you can see for yourself it is an issue that right lane is not passable. that is going to be there for a bit. san jose southbound 280 at 87. please give yourself plenty of extra time to -- you might want
to use 85 or 101. let's talk about the gilroy to send us a commute. this commute looks all right from gilroy to san jose. with no major issues. driving in. you can see traffic is moving along pretty well. getting up into the main part of the valley. again, the rest of the freeway is looking okay. the bay bridge toll plaza slight delay before you make it onto the spent. at 5:18, let's bring steve in. >> sal, thank you, sir. a lot of you taking off for the holiday weekend. just if you're going to the mountains, a lot of -- i'm telling you, there's going to be some big thunderstorm activity. up into a lake county, shasta, northeast california, susanville, quincy, bernie, and in tahoe, truckee, and also into reno and probably 70 as well. this will pick up. again, there could be some isolated areas. 1-2 inches up around tahoe. he advised. this looks pretty impressive
here. coming in. don't get caught offguard by that. even some decent totals are being forecast. it might be a little overdone. this is your futurecast. today, it starts in the afternoon. tomorrow, look what happens. it's not messing around. and not to be lost in august, possibility of snow. late friday, early early saturday. around the past. 7500 feet. maybe up to 800 feet. 3-6 inches of snow. this will be for friday into saturday. a very cool. thunderstorms off-and-on rain. at the passes, maybe 3-6 inches of snow from this system. pretty good. coming in. by that, i mean more than just lightning and showers. general rain tomorrow. fog, clouds, cool, mostly cloudy. first low clouds and higher clouds start to move in. not too many reports of drizzle. i think it will pick up by tonight interim tomorrow. it will start to kick out for
us. locally, again, might be a little overdone here. you are seeing about quarter of an inch to three quarters of an inch. i'm using that european model. on this rainfall. the gfs still has rain in here for tomorrow. i would prepare for that tomorrow. not today. west wind in place. another cool day. 50s on the temps. it doesn't matter if it's an the north. if lakeport is 53 and gilroy is 53, and seldom is 52, cupertino is 54, if one is really close. it might stir up a fog bank a little bit. it's going to swing in, giving us an unseasonably cool pattern. more likely that picks up tonight into tomorrow. and then some off-and-on rain. it looks like it's on the way. we will be much better. sierra thunderstorms, on the way. once you get past friday, saturday, the mountains might
linger into late saturday. for us, sunday, monday, more sunshine and warmer temps. we're going to go from one extreme to the other over the next five days. 50s, 60s, 70s on your temps. mostly cloudy. cool, breezy, some rain on the way. breezy on saturday. warmer day. sunday into monday. >> all right, steve, thank you. there's a warning this morning if you're a parent and you have a baby who is teething, food and drug imitation is warning against using over-the-counter teething medicine. some of those medicines containing benzocaine. the fda says that's not safe for babies. it could even be deadly. they want those products taken off the market. if your child is teething and has the pain, the experts say do what you are seeing on the screen. massage there comes with your finger or give them a teething ring. 5:21. the city of oakland has a very special edition black panther comic book. you can't get it anyplace else. still ahead, which a store is selling that comic book and whites after an exclusive sale you may still have the chance
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store, the line stretched around the corner. the crowds tried to get their hands on this trick >> only store in the world with this version of the comic. just asked marvel really nicely. >> reporter: the exclusive edition of the black panther comic book was designed by toronto-based artist jamal campbell. it hit the market for fans of the blockbuster movie. >> it was cool for me to see that they are giving a shout out to oakland again, through the comic. >> you can see got the whole welcome to oakland sign. you got the trains over here. there's a lot of pride going on. it feels good. i don't know. >> reporter: wasting no time when marvel offered the store the chance to commission the special cover. >> marvel gives stores a list of books they can make their own cover for. we've been waiting for black panther to show up on that list. >> picking it up for my brother
. >> reporter: they are making you do the dirty work. grossing 1.3 billion worldwide, black panther became the third- highest grossing film ever in the united states. fans found the value in the message of the movie and now with a special edition comic book flying off the shelves for $4.99. cape and cowell took a chance. they usually sells 50 copies monthly. >> we put them up for pre-sale about three weeks ago. just this past weekend, it just exploded. >> i was out and about doing my own thing. he said, you have to come here. and i did, and i'm glad that i did. >> reporter: we are told not
everyone will show up. so if you come back in a week, you may be able to get a little wakanda in your home as well. in oakland, rob malcolm, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you. 5:27. we have new information about the arrest of a man accused of stealing a 93-year-old woman's purse and knocking her to the ground. the ladies on her condition and what we know about this suspect and what that woman's son is saying. another low cloud deck in place. unseasonably strong low. and that's going to play into our weather today and for sure tomorrow. more on that coming up.
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>> you can bundle up and walk to the waves anyway. >> exactly. by the way, i would like to make a request. ceylon seiler maybe by the beach boys? maybe coming up in an hour or so. many people getting out of dodge here. don't get caught off gourd -- off guard because thunderstorms are going to be around big time. it will decrease sunday and monday. if you're going to tahoe, it's going to be a cloudy, mostly cloudy day. off-and-on rain. thunderstorms and snow at the passes. re-six. 7070 500 feet. it's going to be eighth big deal because of this system. i think it gives us some rain tomorrow. this may be a little overdone here. i think we are going to get more. it could be isolated or widely scattered. there looks to be some measurable rain. today, it's a lot of low clouds. continue to go.
i think we will get a little bit more of a break in the low cloud deck because the system is getting closer. it will provide a little bit of list -- lift there. 50s starting off and ending up with the 50s and 60s. even kelseyville is at 50 degrees. so there's just not much of a difference here. low clouds, partly cloudy skies . tonight, tomorrow, and it's enhancing a little bit. i will expect some rain tomorrow morning. 50s, 60s, low 70s. 5:32. i know we have san jose 280. is there something else you want to start with? >> no, we are starting off with that, steve. southbound 280 approaching 87. there's a lane taken away for some flooding. it happened last week. it's happening again. the groundwater cannot be pumped out by the pumps there. southbound 280, we still have a couple of lanes taken away. it looks like mainly -- maybe one or two lanes are open.
the rest of them are closed. southbound 280 and san jose. please give yourself extra time. last time, it happened with the backup started to grow in the 7:00 hour. let's talk about some of the other commutes we have here. this is a look at 280 and san jose. you can see this moving along okay. i want to show you the solano county commute. vacaville, fairfield, vallejo. a little bit of slowing approaching the carquinez bridge. if you're driving on 80 between hercules and richmond, that looks good. toll plaza, the medium lights are on. 5:33, let's go back to the desk. thank you, sal. north korea says it has carried out the demolition of its underground nuclear test site. >> north korea invited foreign journalists to witness the demolition. and says a series of explosions were set up over several hours. those explosions at the nuclear test site deepened -- deep in the mountains were aimed at closing off three tunnels into that test site.
the decision to close off that nuclear test site has generally been seen as a gesture by north korean leader kim jong-un to set a positive tone before his planned summit with president trump next month. that is despite other indications by north korea that kim jong-un may decide not to take part in the summit. we have details of the arrest of a suspect in connection with a purse snatching case in concord that sent a 93-year-old woman to the hospital. police have released a photo of the suspect. concord police detectives tracked down a suspect in patterson and arrested him last night. last friday, a man grabbed the purses of two women outside a bank of america in concord. the man knocked down to 93-year- old and she broke her hip and needed surgery. reportedly, the charges against the suspect include robbery and elder abuse. now, peterson's son sent us a statement with his reaction.
he says, quote, the degree of support and selfless efforts from local media and confirmed custer county county residents concerning the vicious attack my mother endured has been amazing. thank you all. 5:35. oakland man who was at the center of that barbecuing controversy in oakland has now been appointed to a commission overseeing the rules at lake merritt. oakland native kenzie smith was nominated by city council member rebecca kaplan to serve on the parks and recreation advisory committee. last month, a white female called the police because smith was barbecuing with charcoal. in an elyria -- area that was not permitted for that. some say that since kenzie smith was african-american that the incident was racially motivated. hundreds of people showed up last sunday for what they
called a barbecuing while black event. federal judge in new york has decided president trump's blocking of certain 20 -- twitter followers violates the first amendment. the digital space he uses to connect with the american people is a public forum. the ruling rejects the administration's arguments that the first amendment does not apply in this case because the president was acting as a five individual. legal expert we spoke to does not believe that it sets a binding resident pics because it's a new area and because the opinion is carefully and thoroughly written, it has the effect of being very persuasive if and when other lawsuits are brought against other public officials. >> the judge did leave open the possibility of president trump legally muting certain people's comments. new poll thing republican
political candidate john cox is now in second place in the race for governor of california beef those behind that front runner, avenues and. 25% support. any new poll, it's down from 28% in march. john cox san diego businessman has 19% support. up from 14% in march. former elite mayor antonio vera goza has 15% support. up from 12%. the top two candidates in the june 5 primary, regardless of the party, will face off in the november election. republican billionaire meg whitman is one of the hope -- cohosts of a silicon valley fundraiser. another cohosts include mayor sam ricardo and steve wesley. meg whitman ran for governor in 2010 and lost to jerry brown.
california u.s. senator dianne feinstein says she no longer supports the death penalty. feinstein says it's become clear to her that the death penalty is applied unequally and not an effective deterrent. it comes amid a challenge from democratic state senator kevin de leon. the change in position indicates feinstein is trying to appeal to voters who have outgrown her centrist bend. we will add special two hour newscast from 8:00 to 10:00 tuesday night, june 5 on ktvu plus. 5:38. nfl team owners announced new policies on taking a knee. controversial player protest during the national anthem. the new policies as players have to stand for the national anthem if they are on the
field. if players don't stand, their team could be fined. but not the players themselves. also, the policy allows players to stay back in the locker room while the national anthem is played. during yesterday's team owners meeting, league officials say they are sensitive to the players' feelings but roger goodell says it's important to show respect for the flag. >> we want people to be respectful to the national anthem. we want people to stand. and make sure that they treat this moment in a respectful fashion. it's something that we think we owe. >> the nfl players association says it was not consulted about this policy. the players union said nfl players have shown their patriotism through their social activism, their community service, in support of our military and law-enforcement and yes, through their protests to raise awareness about the issues they care about.
the players association plans to challenge anything that's not consistent with its collective bargaining agreement. san francisco 49ers owner jed york abstained from the vote, saying he things the players should have been consulted. so that the nfl is not profiting for those two or three minutes. kneeling was a key topic during the niners state of the franchise event last night. >> i'm not sure what i'm going to be doing. i haven't really thought about it. i'm glad they gave it an option for the players i guess. i haven't really read into it. that is so far away from my mind by now. i will make that decision then. >> the kneeling controversy began with former 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick and 26 teams. many team owners had issues -- issued statements. players are also posting to social media about the new
policy. 5:40. reuben foster, the 49ers linebacker, will be back into the team today. after a santa clara jet county judge throughout domestic violence charges against him. foster left the courtroom and gave a thumbs up when he was asked if he was relieved by the decision. last week former girlfriend, elissa ennis, recanted her allegations that foster abused her. told the court she made up the allegations and threatened his career after he broke up with her. the judge throughout the domestic violence charge after listening to 911 calls. and also reviewing witness statements and photographs. >> what the judge said is that it's not just the recantation by miss and is that led to this decision, but it was the entirety of the evidence that was put on at the preliminary hearing. >> 49ers general manager john lynch says this about foster's return, it reads in part, it has been made clear to reuben that his police on this team is one that must continue to be earned.
the santa clara county da's office says it's disappointed saying recantation is common among domestic violence victims . some are scared. some feel guilty. some are coerced, some need money. whatever the cause, we move forward on cases when victims falsely recant because we know that if we don't more victims will be hurt. 5:42. another setback for california 's right to diet law. the latest legal ruling and what is next. we are still following the latest developments from hawaii. these are live pictures. the spectacular pictures of the kilauea volcano. the bay bridge toll plaza is pretty thick. you can see for yourself here. it is not moving very well. we have a pretty big back up. we will tell you about this and the flooding onto 80.
happening now in hawaii, the volcanic eruption of the kilauea volcano is giving scientists a glimpse at something really rare in nature. these are live pictures you're looking at. red hot lava flow now in its fourth week. it's incredible. also incredible is this. blue flames being released by the fissures there and killed in a -- in calia -- in kilauea. scientists say the lava flow shows no sign of stopping anytime soon. both republicans and
democrats are set to meet with top officials. they are expected to discuss the fbi informant who reportedly met with trump campaign associates who are being investigated by special counsel robert moore. the original plan was to have just two republican house members meet with the intelligence officials. but democrats complained that could jeopardize any possibility of bipartisan cooperation on mueller's investigation. the justice department decided it would invite a bipartisan group. president trump's attorney, michael cohen, it was secretly paid at least $400,000 by ukrainians to set up a meeting between president trump and that ukrainian president. that's according to a report from the bbc. cohen has denied receiving the payment.
the latest report follows disclosures two weeks ago that cohen had received more than $2 million in payments from several companies that hoped to gain access to the president. a high level former security official with the obama administration is scheduled to speak in the bay area tonight. james clapper served as the director of national intelligence from 2010 to 2017. he will speak at sebastian theater at 7:00 tonight. he is promoting his new book. president trump and other republicans have criticized him and other obama intelligence officials, accusing them of spying on trump's presidential campaign. let's get you out the door. sal is right over there watching the commute. >> we just got the latest from caltrans. we do have a caltrans crew on the scene. the caltrans crew does not know that source of the water in san jose. lanes including the two freeway lanes and one of the exit lanes are blocked at 87 and traffic
is going to be slowing down. this usually does not become a problem until later on when traffic picks up here. but they have no estimated time for reopening. it could be there for a while. it could be eighth pump robin hear from the water. it's not from rain. it's from something else here. this is the look at 280. where the traffic is approaching the closure. we do have traffic on the commute here. it's going to be busy on 580 and 205. 580 is very slow. so is to a five getting before the altamonte pass out of tracy. it gets better to livermore and pleasanton. there's a lot of slow traffic now at the bay bridge toll plaza. those median lights have been turned on. it's 5:48. let's bring steve in with today's forecast. >> before we start with our weather, we will take it to the highlands.
steve, might not be a beach day here. it was at holiness a couple weeks ago. that's onawa who -- west of honolulu. not bad. now you are back here. you are dealing with this. low clouds and what's starting to make me a little nervous here, i think we get more than showers. i think we actually get some rain out of this. sierra nevada, this entire month has been going crazy. we have these lows coming in. and yesterday was no exception. if you are heading up to the mountains, even maybe mendocino county, and mother load up to the sierra tahoe truckee area, there's going to be some pretty good boomers here. by sunday, things calmed down. there be some isolated 1-2 inch amounts.
3-6 inch of snow. for us, low clouds. height mid-level clouds are getting closer. they continue very cool. a lot of low clouds. they are going to get chewed out as the low gets closer. there's an onshore breeze. that's not going anywhere. 50s on the temps. they'll still stay there. it will start to swing in. of the company some drizzle. more likely later tonight. as that low starts to enhance that fog bank. clouds, breezy, kind of cool. temps and then tomorrow, we swing that low in. i think we get some rain out of this. today is another very unseasonably cool day for us. low 70s. i mean, antioch at 72. temperatures will be quite cold for us. until sunday, monday. then they'll start to warm up.
today, they are well below average on the temps. maybe a few more breaks in that low cloud deck. i would not be surprised tomorrow morning, we are talking rain. monday will be warm. the warmest of the holiday. >> nice for the holiday weekend. all right. something that usually peaks above the fog that sales -- at salesforce tower. it is one of the most unique. that great light show. when we return, we will show you a little bit of that.
tonight, the warriors are back to play the houston rockets in game five of the western conference finals. andre missed game four with a leg industry. -- injury. klay thompson strained his left knee on tuesday. but he also practiced. both players are still officially listed as questionable for tonight's game. the warriors are coming off a disappointing loss. tied at two games a piece. draymond green says the team is feeling confident. >> definitely the guys are mad. i know the level of focus and
intensity level that this team brings when that is the case. it's not one that we can't get back. >> they kick it into gear. >> they do. >> tonight's game starts at 6:00. it is in houston. the warriors are hosting a watch party. doors open at 5:00. the 49ers unicorns that the players wore during the super bowl season are making a comeback. the 49ers showed off their alternate uniforms last night. there is hammond's favorite quarterback, mr. garoppolo. they are going to wear these uniforms one time this year. we don't know the date yet. some think they are going to wear the uniforms during a prime time game. guess what. jerry rice, the hall of fame
wide receiver joined the players last night. you don't have to read his resume. you know he led the 49ers to the last championship, scored three touchdowns in super bowl xxix. and that's just part of his record-breaking story for past catching. he still looks good and feels good in his throwback uniform. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is in france for some important tech talks. french president emmanuel macron hosted a meeting yesterday to discuss tax and data protection. zuckerberg joined other tech leaders from microsoft, uber, and ibm in a conference named tech for good. zuckerberg faith that european parliament over facebook's involvement in the cambridge analytica breach. the bright lights at the very top of the new salesforce tower building in san francisco was switched on again for the second night in a row. this time, the weather cooperated with the lights flashing the words, day one,
celebrating the first night you could actually really see those lights. more than 11,000 colored lights at the top of the salesforce building. it was hard to see during the grand opening on tuesday night because it was so foggy. last night, perfect. >> that's going to happen a few times. fog will get in the way. we're coming up on our 6:00 hour. coming up next, president trump speaking out against the nfl new policy on national anthem kneeling. >> you have to stand proudly for the national anthem. they shouldn't be playing. >> how some 49ers players are responding to the new rule. a new concern about the cleanup at a former navy site in alameda county. the city leader who is calling for new toxic cleanup tests after alleged fake tests at hunters point in san francisco.
korea has dismantled its nuclear testing site. the development as next month's korean summit continues to be on shaky ground. >> announcer: this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. thank you for joining us this morning. thursday, may 24. i'm pam cook. >> i'm dave clark. less to talk about concerning your weather. steve paulson is in his office. >> i think tomorrow, we get some rain, honestly here. mainly low clouds this morning. i think there will be a few more breaks in those low clouds. ♪ thank you. go ahead and crank that up rick >> ♪ you asked a moderate >> beach boys, very good song. anybody who is a sailor -- i got to hear the song.