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and good morning. i was just concentrating on mike singing "blame it on the rain" and it had my whole mind's attention. >> i would rather you sing it and me lip-synch it while you sing it. >> you can plablame it on the r but the rain don't mind and the rain don't care. >> let's take a look at it. let it rain, let it rain. about 0.2 of an inch of rain. it did come down in light to moderate speeds. you can see the slickness on
680. alexis and i will keep an eye on it. here's a look from our roof camera where we had about a third of an inch. low to mid-50s this morning. a chill in the air at noon but sunshine. a few more clouds this afternoon, a little breezy. 57 to 63 and breezy but dry this evening, 53 to 57. more on your commute. a lot of crashes overnight. this was a crash involving a tow truck happened about 1:00 this morning east of hopyard. part went through the fence and on to the bat track. b.a.r.t. crews got there almost immediately and started cleaning things up. minor damage there. they briefly had to single track. that happened early enough in
the morning and overnight hours that they really didn't have any delays here this morning. that certainly is good news here today and that crash is no longer blocking the roadway either. >> a quick check outside. in the south bay a little bit of the road spray kicking up. probably going to have to put those wipers on at some point those wipers on at some point this morning. you're in the green. i'm so used to saying yellow at this point. southbound 101 looks great at 17 minutes. okay, alexis, thank you. now to some of our top news here. residents allowed back by the bear fire near boulder creek. they are finally waking up in their homes, evacuated overnight tuesday after the fire broke out. residents were allowed to return home. the fire has burned 320 acres
and is 35% contained. we have all seen these images by now. there are some homes still standing but much of the neighborhood is flattened by fire. access to that neighborhood opens up for the first time since the fire. amy hollyfield is there. >> reporter: good morning, reggie. residents are finally going to get to get past this checkpoint making sure people aren't allowed in but they're going to get past this point at 10:00 this morning and some expect it to be an emotional day. they got the news last night. there were a lot of details given about not handling ash because of health concerns and services that the government will provide. how they are going to rebuild. >> as a father, just worried about to try to provide a roof
for them, just the simple necessities home again. >> reporter: for the next two days only homeowners will be allowed in. privacy as they process and grieve what has happened here. these restrictions are for the coffey park neighborhood. they will have to show i.d.s at the checkpoint to be allowed in and will only be allowed in between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. reporting live, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. now that the fires are nearly contained, some wineries are open for business. much of the valley remains intact. one tour company owner tells us that hasn't stopped people from canceling. he's already lost about $30,000
from cancellations after the fires and a half dozen of his employees have no work. >> for a small three-car limousine operation that's huge. so the perception that everything is gone, employees with hoses and shovels stopped the flames and more than half of the grapes had already been harvested. happening today an arraignment scheduled for the driver charged with hitting a san francisco police officer with a stolen car. elia lewin-tankel remains in intensive care after undergoing emergency surgery for his injuries. here's abc 7 news reporter. he's a good man. he didn't deserve what happened to him. i'll be forever in his debt for what he's done for me. >> reporter: the news of officer elia lewin-tankel hits home especially hard for those who trained with him at the bay
jujitsu dojo on mission street. >> trained for years and very good perfection and marshall artist. >> reporter: the head trainer credits him with changing his life. >> elia was able to use his influence to help me in a it to where i wouldn't be able to do what i'm doing now. >> reporter: his own life changed forever when responding on bike to a gun-related case on turk street wednesday. police say that's when the suspect, maurice johnson, ran him down in a stolen suv. johnson, who already has a long rap sheet, now faces a number of new charges including attempted murder. sfpd chief scott describes the five-year veteran as a survivor and respected by his brothers in blue. >> as tragic and horrific as it is, it's brought us together. he exemplifies what the san francisco department is all
about. >> reporter: they ask for privacy and your positivity, energy, and love. in san francisco, abc 7 news. developing news out of the east bay, sheriff's deputies arrested two high school students accused of sexual assault. one attends de la salle and the other to iygacio valley. a letter was sent home to parents from carondelet high school saying it happened weeks ago and off campus. we are proud of the courage our student has shown in coming forward and we will continue to support her. >> it's always shocking to get news like that but i stand behind the school 110% and they handle everything with grace. >> although we cannot comment,
let us make ourselves clear we expect and demand respect for all persons. ygnacio officials would not comment. they called the allegations very serious and said they are working with law enforcement. opening statements in the murder trial after man accused of shooting and killing kate steinle in july of 2015. prosecutors say 54-year-old jose garcia, an undocumented immigrant, killed the 32-year-old woman on san francisco's pier 14. he claims the shooting was accidental. six men and six women have been selected to serve on the jury. >> san francisco is such a diverse community. it has people from all walks of life. we've got them on this jury. this is the right group of people and it will be in their hands whether or not they're in agreement with us. >> we have reached out to prosecutors. so far they have declined comment. happening today a swearing
in ceremony will be held for observi oakland's new fire chief. he has been interim chief the last nine months. chief white assumes his new role immediately. he has been with the oakland fire department for 20 years. mayor libby schaaf will hold a swearing in ceremony today at city hall. take a look at the clean air. the entire map green. >> they've taken us out of the spare the air category for today. let's talk about what's going on. 50 in the financial district. lake merced and the marina at 53. and look at all those 54s.
same temperature in richmond right now and union city. palo alto at 52. walnut creek at 50. american canyon, 52. petaluma at 51. if you're going to be around the bay today a little breezy at times, a little bit this morning. we do have the beach hazards out there. enjoy the clean air. maybe a little windy there. looking around the state today, a few showers the next couple of hours. l.a. partly cloudy and 75. snow showers up in tahoe. you may need some chains if you're heading up that way. can you believe 60s today but 90s are coming in the accuweather seven-day forecast. here is alexis. we do have chain requirements for the sierra, too. right now i want to show you the
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good morning and welcome back. here's a live look at san jose, our traffic camera at 101 and 880. we had some overnight rain as you probably know. the pavement is still wet. we have abc 7's janine de la vega driving around and she says it is currently sprinkling in the south bay. drive for conditions as you head out the door. >> you're giving me false info. do you want to be charged on that? i'm letting your friend go on a warrant and you're giving me somebody else's name.
are you kidding me? are you kidding me? [ bleep ] what happened, the guy in the back seat got out and pulled a bb gun on those two utah police officers. this took place september 30th, but we're just seeing the body cam video now. it all started when someone called police about a suspicious car. the officers then showed up and it turns out the driver had an outstanding warrant and the officers were going to let him go until the guy got out of the back seat and pulled out the gun. the guys ended up in custody. >> what is wrong with people? >> i don't know. >> whether the aspertame in diet soda is making us fat. >> reporter: in this morning's "gma first look" diet soda under fire. coca-cola, pepsi and dr. pepper/snapple, the three largest u.s. makers of
carbonated beverages all facing proposed class-action lawsuits alleging the marketing of their diet sodas is false, misleading and unlawful to consumers, deceiving them. >> the products marketed should be helpful in helping people lose weight. >> reporter: they are likely to cause weight gain rather than to help in healthy weight management. what the agencies representing the soda companies are saying and dr. jennifer ashton weighs in live. with your "gma first look" abc news, new york. this may be one of my favorite stories. love celina. 20 years after her former employee shot her to death.
she was a huge sensation. the singer found success with spanish and english language songs. her hollywood walk of fame star will be unveiled on november 3rd. >> long overdue. giants fans aren't so happy about this. the dodgers are heading back to the world series for the first time in 29 years. >> a lined shot and it is caught. and the los angeles dodgers won the pennant. >> this was a blow-out beating the cubs, 11-1, closing out the series. new york leads the alcs three games to two. game one will be tuesday night at dodger stadium. raiders fans are relishing last night's victory that featured a crazy finish. >> one more time to decide it.
>> that touchdown pass from derek carr to michael crabtree lifted the raiders to a thrilling 31-30 victory. the silver and black endured two penalties and two touchdown passes that were wiped out. mike, i heard you talking about the game early this morning. >> it was nice to see derek carr have a good game because he desperately needed one. it's a good division win there. you can see haze left over, moisture in the air. the cold front hasn't quite ushered in the driest of the air yet. a quarter of an inch in petaluma and union city. we even had nearly a quarter of an inch in san jose.
around the bay to a third in san francisco you could see up to a half inch in santa rosa so the storm was what we thought it would be and now it's moving away from us and the air that will bring showers through the morning commute. you can see it's a little damp down there. 280 and 17. cooler and drier, autumn breezes today. the trees will be more colorful. seeing stars tonight, feeling a chill. don't leave the windows open. days of summer. about 63 to 67. you can see from oakland to inland around antioch and fair to 61 in san francisco. tonight conservative going in the 40s except for around san mateo, low 50s. some of our deeper north bay
valleys, places like petaluma in the 30s. a nice rebound tomorrow. the breezes will come. cooler tomorrow. some breezes tomorrow about 10 to 15 miles per hour but 60 to 70 degrees there. lighter breezes, more sunshine. 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay and inland. and then look at the 70s, 80s, and nearly 90 for monday, tuesday, and wednesday. it's going to get warm. >> not warm out there right now and it's quite breezy as well. if you're heading across 680 in a high-profile vehicle. you know the drill. so far, though, we're seeing some decent drive times, friday light volumes. tracy to castro valley. you're in the green at 40 minutes. northbound 101 to the san jose airport, in the green at 12 and highway one into san francisco.
a quick check outside. a live look at san rafael next traffic update coming up just before 5:30. target is finally coming to the state of vermont. the 60,000 feet store will be smaller than target's smaller than target's traditional big box setup. we're surprised this is the last state to have a target. >> welcome to the 21st century. they have that syrup, though. next, the seven things you need to know to start your day. >> plus, proof your dog is trying to communicate with you. the new study that finds out what fido's face really means. >> can you imagine o.j. simpson living in your neighborhood? how people in las vegas are adjusting to that new reality.
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are they contagious? i don't think so. contract the rainbow! taste the rainbow! just joining us or heading out the door, here are seven things to know before you go. the first one is weather. check it out. live doppler 7. still tracking scattered showers across the north bay. the rest of us the steady rain is over. by the time we get to next week we're in the 90s. >> and number two, of course, along with that weather comes along with that weather comes traffic. no metering lights. we are looking great just nine minutes into san francisco. >> that's a relief, alexis. the rain did cause some problems overnight on the roadways. chp says this tow truck crashed near the west dublin/pleasanton b.a.r.t. station. the driver was taken to the
hospital. the scene is cleared now. number four, some residents forced out by the bear fire are waking up in their own homes. residents were allowed to return. the fire charred 320 acres and is 35% contained. people who live in three santa rosa neighborhoods hard hit will be able to return home. it will be their first chance to see what remains, if anything, from their homes and try to recover some personal property. >> kaiser hospital in santa rosa expects to open today -- and who can forget these dramatic pictures from monday when the fires were getting so close. the hospital has undergone extensive cleaning. turn around and look at your tv screens. cupertino apple will open its brand-new flagship store today in chicago. it's unlike any other apple store in the world.
here is why. the store from the top looks like a laptop. >> or any rectangle. our san francisco one looks cooler than that but all right. many dog owners would agree their pets are very expressive. now science confirms dogs use facial expressions intentionally to communicate with humans. researchers in england analyze canine behavior. they found dogs had more facial he can pregss when a person was facing them. the presence of food, by the way, had no effect. >> your dog is all about food. coming back with another full 90 minutes of news including details about o.j. simpson's life outside of prison. plus, a one-two punch. the north bay fires destroy homes and businesses. now some people are being targeted for fraud. the warning going out this morning. we're having a better day. hope you are, too. we keep up wea
good morning. it is friday, october 20th. and if you're wondering if you have to take out an umbrella or maybe those boots today -- >> you're wearing boots. >> i am wearing boots, yeah, not rain boots, though. >> so you dressed appropriately because we don't need rain boots anymore. the rain is over. just keep an eye to the skies. maybe northern sonoma county. the steadier rain in the lower right-hand part of your screen is moving away from us. you can see the breezes blowing out of the north chasing away any chance of rain except for those scattered showers in the north bay. let's talk about your 12-hour day planner. 7:00 this morning. most of us in the low to mid-50s. 57 to 62 at noon. a chill in the air and more
sunshine. some clouds develop. partly cloudy. autumn breezes. 57 to 63. by 7:00 it will be even breezier. it will feel cooler than that. take the appropriate coat. hi, alexis. good morning and not too bad if you're about to head out, mike. a look at our traffic maps and taking you out to the central valley. 21 miles an hour. we have a high wind advisory for altamont pass. that's a very busy route for a lot of truck drivers. you'll want to use some caution this morning. southbound 680 looking good. no delays along that stretch. we do have a little bit of wet pavement left over here and some heavier rain. janine de la vega is joining us live now in san jose. how is it looking there?
>> reporter: well, it's dry. roads here are still wet and you can see behind me here that there is a leftover after crash that happened, a tow truck here crashed and it took out a traffic light pole and crews here are now trying to fix that because right now the southbound lanes are closed on almaden expressway. some video we took earlier this morning you can see the tow truck all smashed up for some unknown reasons it crashed into that light pole there. rain may have been a factor. and in dublin there was another tow truck driver near the dublin pleasanton b.a.r.t. station and a fence along the freeway, debris flew everywhere including onto the b.a.r.t. tracks. crews ended up clearing the tracks in time for the morning commute. chp is reminding drivers to slow down.
the roads here are still wet so a good reminder that the roads here are still slick. give yourself a little bit of extra time on the morning commute because of that. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, abc news. a tough morning for tow truck drivers. firefighters in the santa cruz mountains are getting much-needed help. because of the 320-acre bear fire. cal fire says they have indirect fire lines in place. they're just waiting for the flames which are in inaccessible areas to get closer to the lines. some residents forced out by the bear fire are now being allowed back home. those are the residents of a neighborhood evacuated tuesday. one evacuee says he saw flames from his deck but now only some wisps of smoke.
>> i wasn't too concerned about the house because we did take most of the memorabilia and the things that mattered to us and i knew we were safe. all neighbors left. >> he says the experience has motivated him to be better prepared. fire crews are making steady progress on the north bay fires. the redwood valley fire is 90% contained while the sulfur fire is 96% contained. the atlas fires, the nuns fire 84% contained. pocket, 80%. three of the hardest hit neighborhoods will reopen at 10:00 this morning to residents of coffey park. orchard mobile home park and journey's end mobile home park. i should note there are virtually no homes standing there. it is devastation.
this will be the first chance those residents get to go back, see their properties and try to recover any personal property. >> school administrators working to try to give their students and families a sense of normalcy. >> schaefer charter school in coffey park and rieble elementary are still standing. both are located right in the middle of all that rubble. the plan is to clean up the schools and reopen them on october 30th. >> i imagine we're going to be excited and happy and then we'll have those moments where the feelings come up. they're still in shock. >> that is going to be difficult for those kids. kits and backpacks for students who lost everything. a public battle between the sonoma county sheriff and the acting director of the customs
enforcement agency. an unverified report that an undocumented immigrant had set the devastating wildfire in sonoma valley. the man is in custody facing unrelated arson charges. it's highly unlikely he's to blame for the disastrous fires. i.c.e. release this had statement reading, quote, once again a noncooperative jurisdiction has left their community vulnerable to dangerous individuals and preventible crimes. but the sheriff issued his own strongly worded response saying in part i.c.e. attacked the sheriff's office in the midst of the largest natural disaster this county has ever experienced. i.c.e.'s misleading statement stirs fear in some of our community members who are already exhausted and scared. disturbing allegations coming out of the north bay fire zone involving fema aid and i.d. theft. 7 on your side's michael finney spoke to a santa rosa resident.
she tried to get aid for her veterinary practice destroyed by wildfire. dr. lamar said she was speechless when fema told her someone had already used her social security number to apply. >> really on top of everything else i'm sure that nobody nee that ever. in this situation it's even more devastating. i am now a victim of identity theft as well as the wildfires. >> that is so crazy. she's not the only one facing this issue. >> over 4 million people registered for help. so we're aware of this latest scandal going on right now and we're trying to fix it as we speak. >> fema says no money will be going to scammers, any aid given is deposited directly into a registered survivor's bank account. you can bring your issues directly to 7 on your side's michael finney. he has been in the north bay all
weeklong. today at the community center from 11:00 to 7:00. >> sunnyvale police need your help in finding an at-risk man. he's 59-year-old robert perez. he walked away from an assisted living center. he is thin, wears glasses and has a gray beard. if you've seen him call sunnyvale police. developing news where police are looking for a carjacker who ran over and killed the vehicle's owner. authorities say he left his pickup running and unattended at 5:30. you can see from sky map 7 on sky 7 where this happened. they tell us when he got back to his car the suspect was in the driver's seat. they say the suspect threw him to the ground and then ran over him.
he leaves behind a wife and two kids. a man is in custody after officers say he choked a police k-9 during his arrest. they spotted thomas williams in front of his redwood city home wednesday. he then ran inside and officers followed and they said williams fought back. williams started choking the dog. police were able to handcuff williams. crash will be okay. he is taking a few days off, though. the national parks service is dropping its fight to restrict dogs. the decision comes after a lawsuit uncovered irregularities in the decision making progress. it would have required them to be on a leash. park officials wanted to protect native plants and wildlife. they lobbied for their dogs to run off leash.
>> parks commissioners thought they had voted 4-3 to rename justin herman plaza. then they found out they have to do it again. even though he was recorded as saying yes so the city attorney's office says legally the vote is 3-3. they will take another vote at its november meeting. repair costs at the damaged oroville dam have skyrocketed to more than $500 million which is nearly double the original estimate of $275 million. the contractor says the project has required significantly more excavation and concrete than expected. tens of thousands were evacuated in february after the main and emergency spillways were heavily damaged during the storms. >> our storm over.
as you look southbound towards 24, the good news it did clean the air. you may see a little smoke but it looks like your air quality it looks like your air quality will stay in the healthy levels. we're at about 46 in rohnert park and napa. we're 50 right now in san ramone. we have 55 in alameda and newark and redwood city. 55 in san jose. winds aren't quite as fast at 11 miles an hour. roads, they're slick this morning. mass transit cool to mild
temperatures today and breezy at times on the bay but no small craft advisory. this morning winds 10 to 20 miles an hour. and then they'll calm down. not this cold. snow down to 6,000 feet. let's talk to alexis about chain controls. we do have to chain up in a couple areas. metering lights are on but later than a typical weekday. we're looking at friday light volumes. also for the benicia bridge. one new problem in the santa cruz mountains, northbound 17, a spinout crash. a lot of these overnight so just a reminder we have some slick roadways out there this morning.
the slow lane is blocked and as mike mentioned snow for the sierra. a little bit of everything for your commute today. chains are required for donner pass. state route 88 to pickets junction you'll have to chain up there as well. no chain requirements for 89 or 50 so far today. >> all right, alexis. sounds like a hodgepodge there. okay, the plot thickens on president trump's comments on that fallen soldier. now his chief of staff is now involved in their war of words. and another oscar winner weighing in on the harveyscanda. weighing in on the harveyscanda. the promise she made to
we're back at 5:45. controversy over president trump's comments to a widow. the chief of staff opened up about the loss of his own son and how he advised the president to handle those emotional calls to a fallen service member's loved ones. john kelly lost his own son when he stepped on a land mine in afghanistan in 2010. this is something he doesn't talk about often. >> my son's case in afghanistan, when he died he was surrounded by the best men on this earth. his friends. that's what the president tried to say to four families.
>> the question all week has been what did the president actually say? and kelly didn't dispute the president told the widow of sergeant la david johnson, quote, he knew what he was signing up for but it still hurts, unquote. the president, though, just hours later hit congresswoman frederica wilson on twitter for being on the call secretly and then said, quote, gave a total lie on content. wilson now says she is done talking about this. 12 years a slave oscar winner's latest revelation is that she is one of the women to accuse hollywood producer harvey weinstein of inappropriate conduct. she wrote an op-ed essay and writes how weinstein played several advances at her over a period of time and one instance wanted her to give him a massage in his bedroom telling her if she wanted to be an actress she had to do that sort of thing.
weinstein eventually apologized and she writes, i said thank you and she writes, i said thank you and left it at that. but i made a promise to myself to never work with harvey weinstein. >> the first un-manned flight since the airline began in 1971. little girl power. get it, un-manned. it's an all female crew. the airline tweet this had photo collage and staff. they fly from seattle to right here in san francisco. only 6.7% of pilots are female. so we need more. >> who runs the plane? girls. the personal shopping service stitch fix has filed for an ipo. stitch fix is based in san francisco analysts say customers
pay to have shipments of things like clothing right to their door. it's expected to raise $4 billion. others are watching the situation very closely. it appears target wants to open another new store in san francisco. the retail company has filed an application to open a full-sized store on folsom and 13th street at the site of the former sports authority store which closed last year. target has five stores including another one in soma. it would include a cvs and a starbucks. >> wouldn't you love to just sit back in your car? hey, a sneak peek of project titan. another self-driving car. >> i mean, i do lean back. >> do you? >> no. this has an unusual looking roof. we're told the reason is likely due to the majority of the car's
equipment being on the ceiling as opposed to in the trunk like in many other self-driving cars. mcallister higgins works for a company who is developing self-driving taxis. i'd be happy to have a ride drive for me. happy. >> would you still lean back in it, though? >> of course. i have those long legs. good morning, mike. just as long as it has a massaging and heating chair. >> oh, yes! >> go all the way if you're going to be driven. come on. good morning. the steady rain down to our south and moving away from us. now the scattered showers, there they are and they're going to hang around lake mendocino, northern napa, at least the chance to about 9:00, 10:00. here is a look at san mateo bridge getting drier as all those cars continue to drive across it. rain on the east side to a tenth
on the west side so there was a little discrepancy there. you can put the umbrella away. one of our cooler nights, may want to turn the air on just in case. days of summer warmth. days. 64 to 67 inland. tonight temperatures in the 40s just about everywhere. the north bay, places like rohnert park, petaluma in the 30s. let's take a look at the seven-day forecast. those will taper overnight and lead us to the cooler morning. we'll rebound with a lot of sunshine tomorrow. 60 at the coast. 70 to 76 around the bay and inland.
they move to the bay by monday. they'll get close to the coast tuesday while we'll have 90s inland. that will last through wednesday. >> we're looking okay on the roads. thankful that it's friday. we have some lighter volumes and then the roadways starting to dry out, too. out of tracy down to 16 miles an hour. we do have a high wind advisory and the bay bridge this morning. walnut creek, you're still looking okay. slowly starting to fill in. mass transit looking great so far today no delays for b.a.r.t. 48 trains in service. some delays yesterday with capital corridor. no delays. a warning for anyone who uses the chariot private shuttle service. why they won't be operating this
welcome back. new details on o.j. simpson's life after prison. right now he's on parole living in the suburbs of las vegas after spending nine years in prison for armed robbery. >> here he is smiling for his new driver's license at the nevada dmv. people are watching his every move whether he likes it or not. one man says he saw the hall of famer at a local bar sipping bloody marys and was spotted taking photos and selfies with his new neighbors at a wine bar. one of the conditions of his parole is not drinking to excess. if he breaks the law his parole could be revoked.
let's take a look at the high surf advisory that continues until 6:00 this evening. some of the wave heights 13 to 19 feet. so that occasional up to 25 foot not out of the question. sneaker waves, large breakers and some beach erosion. the cowboys in town. levi's stadium in santa clara a lot of sunshine, 74. let's talk about the winds. they're going to calm down as we head to lunch about 5 to 10 miles an hour. they'll ramp up about 15 to 25 during the afternoon and evening hours. they'll stay pretty quiet up to around 20 miles an hour. a much calmer and warmer day. alexis? that sounds good. no major problems on the roads.
we had quite a few overnight. just past summit road in the mountains, a spinout crash. went into the guardrail no word on injuries but that is it as far as our collisions are concerned. metering lights are on this morning but overall it's been pretty friday light. no major delays. you are right on time. >> it seems there is nothing the currys can't do. now another skill to their long resume. ♪ that video is from bethany. she shared this as they were on stage at johnny's swim concert in san francisco wednesday night. they joined the closing song,
"home." posting what a night. this was a buck list moment. >> it must be exhausting being so talented. >> they can do anything and i'm fine watching them do it. if you're buying a new car we'll tell you the best and worst brands for reliability. >> our north bay fire coverage. hundreds of residents will get a first look at their properties today. what
it is 6:00 a.m. and live doppler 7 showing you the rain we saw overnight as now moved out of the bay area. >> and a live look at the richmond/san rafael bridge, the bay bridge toll plaza and san mateo bridge. we still have some damp roads. >> a little bit soggy. not a washout but enough to mess up your commute. >> there have been some crashes
for sure. be careful. it is friday, october 20th. natasha is off today. the rest of us are here to guide you through your friday. >> the rest of the morning hours as we look outside. here is a look at what it was, just a few hours ago in los gatos at highway 9 and tate avenue. down in the lower elevations 0.12. about a quarter of an inch of rain. you can see it's coming down light to moderately there. you can see it blowing sideways from time to time as breezy conditions came in with that rain. here's a look. i put it in motion. the steady rain in the lower right-hand part moving away. scattered showers. they're up there in the north bay. let's take a look at your 12-hour day planner and we're in the low to mid-50s at 7:00. 57 to 62 with the most amount of sunshine and the calmest conditions at noon. more clouds and more breezes at 4:00. 57 to 63 and 54 to 57. grab a coat if