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good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc7 mornings. >> it's saturday, february 3rd. good morning, and thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the forecast. here's meteorologist lisa argen. she is tracking doppler 7 for us. >> good morning to you. you can probably feel the mild air with us. had to open some window last night because it really didn't cool off too much in some areas. here's live doppler 7 where we are clear. in the south bay numbers range from the mid 50s in san jose, 6 in santa clara. mountain view in the low 60s. closer to the bay, 55 alameda. and 53 bodega bay. we are looking at very mild number compared to yesterday inland and on the coast. but we did have some cooling in the north bay. your forecast today though calls
for temperatures to climb quickly. through the 50s by the early morning hours. by noontime we are well into the 60s. and 4:00 this afternoon, record highs once again with mid and upper 70s on tap. upper elevation winds will be breezy again. and evening hours, wow n the 60s. we'll let you know how long this trend is going to last and have a look at the rest of your weekend coming up. chris? >> lisa, thank you. developing news out of pleasant hill where a lock down has ended after an ufl successful search for a gunman. last night at around 10:30 police received calls of a manwaring cam plaj pantsed a bulletproof vest and carrying an assault rifle. officers arrived and see a maun man, sealed off the area and issued a lockdown order. all residents were told to stay inside and lock their window and doors. a s.w.a.t. team was called in to search an apartment building on boyd road but the suspect was not located.
this morning, health officials are confirming four additional deaths in the bay area are flu related w. the outbreak being the most severe in years there is an important warning for the millions of americans heading to a super bowl party. there is concern that those parties this weekend could spread the virus even more. abc7 news reporter katie utehs has the story. >> this is the most severe season we've seen in years. >> reporter: sonoma county has seen 12 severe influenza cases, two fatal. the flu is also being blamed for the death of two men in moraga last month. >> the cdc is reporting the most hospitalizations for the flu since 2005. though this is real. it's here. we want folks to be safe. >> reporter: with so many people gathering this weekend to watch the super bowl. both the centers for disease credible and prevention and the red cross are running safety campaigns. wash your hands. make sure food is properly heated. >> don't double dip. as george costanza did in seinfeld. >> reporter: while your neighbor's nachos may be
questionable restaurants take food safety seriously. and they are required to have food handleders permits. >> when they are sick they can't come in to work. we don't want them to work. we don't want them touching the food or drinks or anything that's going to get our customers sick. >> reporter: springers tap room and restaurant in santa rosa is prepared for the big game. they are stocked with hand sanitizer and soap. >> we have backup. so if it runs out, we have more. there is no doubt about it. >> reporter: if you could be contagious just stay home. >> not only stay home when you are sick. give yourself an extra day because it could still be lingering in your body. >> reporter: medical experts still recommend getting a flu shot as your best protection. in santa rosa, katie utehs, news. developing news. the u.s. coast guard is investigating a debris field off the coast. a life yakt and pieces of fiberglass were found yesterday afternoon six miles west of point ano nuevo.
there are no reports of missing boats in the area. crews are searching by woet and by air. newly released video shows a car break in that turned into a violent report and police officers say they could have been hild. alyssa harrington shows us what happened. >> reporter: what started as a car break in quickly spiralled into a violent confrontation between police and suspects. watch as officers draw their guns and the driver runs over his accomplice and a cop. [ bleep ]. >> reporter: this happened year alamo square park on hayes and pierce streets thursday. surveillance video shows two gentlemen wearing hoodies enter a black sedan. they peer into a suv. they smash a window and grab a bag. what they didn't know is three undercover san francisco police officers were watching them. the officers move in to make arrests and tackle one of the suspects to the ground.
>> while the officer was taking the remaining suspect into custody the driver suspect put his vehicle into reverse, subsequently striking the officer and his accomplice that were down on the ground. >> reporter: the driver then pulls forward and hits them again. >> this is a stark reminder that sfpd officers face danger on a daily basis. >> reporter: all three were arrested and charged with attempted homicide. meanwhile the police officer association is criticizing the use of force policy, which prohibits officers from firing at a suspect in a moving vehicle. in san francisco, alyssa harrington abc7 news. a family is in mourning after a missing dug was found dead with his legs tied with rope. rex ran away from a home in vacaville. police found him dead on thursday. rex's family says someone had tied his feet and threw him out of a window while driving on the freeway. police are looking for a suspect but have not released any details. residents are finally back in their homes after a tree fell and ruptured a natural gas line
in newark. the gas leak forced a town house complex to be evacuated yesterday afternoon. sky 7 flew above the scene on joaquin marietta avenue near cherry street as a pg&e crew made repairs. after nearly three weeks a chp officer who was hit by a suspected drunk driver is out of the hospital. contra costa county chp tweeted video of the officer leaving the hospital in walnut creek yesterday. his legs were crushed in that crash. since then he has had multiple surgeries and undergone what his colleagues call a grueling physical therapy schedule. he hopes to make a full recovery and return back to work. we are hearing from the man who accidentally issued a missile warning in hawaii. he claims he never knew it was an exercise. >> it was 1-%el real. i did what i was trained to do as far as making the selection to notify the public.
it was a terrible feeling, dread. i was very emotional about what happened. >> the man in the his 50s was fired from his job. he believes the military you this hanlt notifications instead of state employees. last year at this time there was rain pounding down in the santa cruz mountains, what a difference a year makes. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo shows us how warm weather has merchants and people smiling. >> reporter: nothing says summer like beach volleyball. except it's february. >> flash back a year ago from today and we had one of the rainiest weather seasons on record. >> reporter: which makes this winter sunny spell in santa cruz worth its weight in gold. >> tourism is about an $800 million equation to the annual economy here. when the weather is like this you will see an uptick in business. >> reporter: the owner of this restaurant on the santa cruz
wharf is ready for the rush. >> on a rainy night you might get half a house. with this kind of weather you are going to have a full house. >> reporter: the boardwalk benefits, too. on a rainy day, the managers may not even open at all in rainy weather. >> the good sunny weather helps business. we love it in the wintertime when we get weekend like this when people are flocking to the beach. >> reporter: people like caitlyn who drove from south lake tahoe. >> drove four and a half, and it is amazing. >> the weather strikes a cord this friday there is an outdoor music event. katie marzullo abc7 news. we are already talking about fears of another drought possibly. but as long as we have the sunshine we might a well enjoy it. >> that's right. a lot of people are. we saw records yesterday. we are on our way to a very warm day again today. we do have a weather system coming in. it's in the 60s at the coast. 40s in the north bay.
we'll let you know which day we will see records and what the trend looks like for the first full week of february when i return. also ahead, good news for this performer, whose act isn't complete without a seven foot tall unicycle. . and the debate being right and doing the right thing when it comes to some high school victim of the north bay wildfires.
sthi days of the last law enforcement officer swept up in the east bay sex scandal has been resolved. the plea involved a misdemeanor count of unlawfully furnishing a law enforcement record or information to an unauthorized person. that person was jasmine owe budsland who was a teen at the time. smith had sex with her in exchange for the information. the software company auto desk has laid off 157 employees in san francisco and marin county as part of what's being called a restructuring plan. those numbers amount to 13% of the total work force. the company's ceo insisted back in november when the cuts were announced that the restructuring was not a cost reducing activity. auto desk is transitioning from perpetual software licenses to software subscriptions and cloud computing services. a dispute in the north bay fire zone has a yearbook teacher pressuring a local business for a refund, but to no avail. should the student fire victims
get their money back? abc 7 news reporter leslie brink lee has both sides of the story. >> i don't think that we've had a pleasant experience, to say the least. >> reporter: santa rosa high school yearbook teacher jessica dennis signed her 32 students up for what she thought would be a class bonding experience last october. a ropes course. it cost $1920. the group did fund raising to come up with the money. then there were the fires. seven of her students lost their homes. many were evacuated and missed three weeks of school. she had to cancel the ropes class and got refunded half of it. but the team building business called four winds in occidental refuses to refund the rest. >> we have a contractual agreement. i presume she teaches the kids the value of commitment and accountability. >> i understand we signed the contract. at the technical level he can keep the $960. but the question is should he? this is about the morality of keeping students' money.
it's about showing compassion. >> reporter: four winds said they had to pay employees on stand by during the fires and other sonoma schools have rescheduled. >> the fact they are not letting us do that is funny to me. outrageous it's not cool. >> it is a fiasco. jessica can reschedule any day any time seven days week between now and next summer. i don't care. she can bring those kids to the ropes course and they can have this experience. >> we have missed so much school and we have been so busy. a lot of our lives have changed where we live now. it's just not possible for a lot of us. >> reporter: to reschedule? >> correct. >> reporter: the class says people have been sending donations in to the yearbook team to make up for the money that will not be reimbursed. at santa rosa high school, leslie brinkley, abc 7. now to the woman who had her unicycle stolen this week at sfo. performance artist red panda is
part of the nba's halftime act. as abc7 news anchor eric thomas reports, the golden state warriors are making sure she doesn't have to jump through any more hoops to get her unicycle back. >> reporter: fans have seen this trick numerous times over the past 20 years and are still amazed. watch the woman on the seven foot unicycle flip bowls from her foot on to her head and balance them there. >> she has been a fan favorite for years at oracle arena. she is a friend. and she is a san francisco native. it's good we can help one of our own. >> reporter: the woman known as red panda needs hope. last week the man in this surveillance video made off with her unicycle at sfo. >> we got a lot of calls from season ticket holders who wanted to know if this means they are not going the see red panda in the halftime shows in the near future. snoosh the warriors weren't allowed to let that happen. so the team agreed to
buy a new custom made unicycle for red panda. >> it is a seven and a half foot unicycle. it's made in china. we will work with her team to get one made. we wanted to make sure we got one made and continue to keep her on the cycle so she can perform. >> reporter: her last unicycle cost $20,000. getting a new one is going to take a while, probably months. there is a slim chance she could be back for the playoffs but most likely she will take the off season off to rest and recuperate. arks thomas, abc7 news. beer lovers rejoice. it's that time again. pliny the younger is on tap. and flowing. and putting out north bay fire whoas all at wants. wayne freedman has the story. in santa rosa -- >> one, two, three, younger. >> reporter: an employee toast before a beer lover's onslaught.
what time did you get in line. >> 1:30 yesterday afternoon. >> reporter: lindsay waddle is a sonoma county fire survivor. this beer pliny the younger goes on sale two weeks every year at the russian river brewing company. when it happens, the world literally lines up outside. >> from the time we open today until the end of the 14 days, there will always be a line. >> reporter: that's vinny, who owns the brewery with his wife natalie. they never planned on this happening to them. they count it as gift from the drew dodds with a built in give back. all because of the north bay fires. knowing there would be such a long line the brewery auctioned away tickets to cut this line. they raised $140,000, all of it going to north bay fire relief and that's only the start of it. >> so far, $900,000. but my goal is $1 million. >> reporter: to say nothing of all the money that 1500 people a day bring into this economy, close to $5 million worth a
year. and all because of a beer? is this that much better? >> seriously? >> reporter: yes. >> yes, it is. >> reporter: aimee mackie and her boyfriend brad lean came all the way from phoenix for this. you had airfare. you had a hotel. you got a car. and, et cetera. how much does that come to for three beers? >> about $1,000. >> reporter: in short it's liquid goal. nirvana as beer snobs say a directible matter of taste. in santa rosa, wayne freedman, abc7 news. happening today in san francisco, you can party like it's 1918. the twin peaks tunnel turns 100 years old. also known as the west portal tunnel it provides access to the southern and western parts of the city. an estimated 80,000 riders use the tunnel on the k ingleside, m and l lines. extensive work is needed on the
tunnel to fix the interior. there is celebration at the west portal library this afternoon to celebrate the tunnel's send ten yell. starting out with clear skies, very little fog. north winds keeping some of you in the sichlkts as we widen the perspective, live doppler seven shows the entire state is clear. we will see a lot of sunshine today. a weak weather systems visits us tomorrow cooling off the numbers just a little bit. it is 62 with a north wind around mountain view. 62 in fremont. novato dropped to 39 degrees w. the clear sky and the light winds here temperatures are dropping labor a rock. look at the half moon bay, it is crazy. 68 degrees. upper elevation winds over the east bay hills up to 37 miles an hour. that's at about 1700 feet. we are warm. it's creating an inversion. and then below we are looking at those calm winds and the cooler conditions in parts of the became more record warmth this weekend.
warm sunny pattern through next week. no storms on the horizon. this is for the next two weeks. yes, our forecast models go well out into february. but how warm today? yesterday we saw records. today likely temperatures very, very similar. how about 77 today in san jose? the record is 74. 72 in sfo will likely break many of these. upper 70s in san jose. the old record, 73 degrees. so today the warmer day out of the weekend. the weak weather system will be dropping these numbers maybe three to five degrees tomorrow. as we look at february it's only the third day. and we have been dry, obviously. but as we go out the next two weeks and then some, looks like we are dry through valentine's day into the 18th of the monday. we are pretty sure we are not going to see any precip here. we are halfway through the rainy season of we can hope this switches around. in terms of the weak weather system bringing the temperatures
down a bit. we will stay that way with temperatures in the 60s around the bay. inland, five to 15 degrees above average continues for your monday. on tuesday, 60s coast side, 70s inland. day to day, minor fluctuated. we could see high clouds into early next week. today it's nothing but sunshine. 75 for half moon bay. oakland on the peninsula, mid 70s. down the peninsula, upper 70s. north bay, 77 santa rosa. mid 70s inland east bay. overnight lows tonight, some patchy dog with 40s in the north bay. 50s around the bay. the accuweather seven-day forcast, today the warmer day out of the weekend. super bowl sunday we will drop a fewist degrees. you will notice it more at the coast. monday and tuesday still well above average.
download the accuweather app and you can track the numbers. toward the end of the week, what day is it, what month is it, what season is it? you have to really check because as much as this has been the trend it's just strange. >> you look at 70s and you take a double take, is this for real. just ahead, a philadelphia eagles fan who had her wisdom teeth taken out w
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paula paris joins us from new york to tell us what's coming up at 7:00 from "good morning america." >> coming up on "gma" this morning we are talking about president trump declassifying the controversial gone memo and the reaction around plus, you have probably seen the dramatic moments in a courtroom, a father lunging after larry nassar after hearing his daughter's states. what the father is now saying as investigators issued swas over night to university michigan into his probe into nassar. the countdown to the super bowl is on. we are live in minneapolis. we will take you inside the major security operation that are already underway, plus the star studded celebrations that
are kicking off. it's all on "gma." hope to see you soon. a die hard philadelphia eagles fan woke up from surgery with one very big fear. take a look. >> did i miss the super bowl. >> no, no, no. >> oh, my god. >> no, you didn't miss the super bowl. >> are you sure? >> uh-huh. >> the look of concern on her face. mayly had just gotten her wisdom groggy. her mom assured her the game is in fact tomorrow. the eagles are trying to win their first championship in history. a california jis sweep has california immigrants on edge. i.c.e. agents sought them out at dozens of businesses leading to uncertainty and fare fee of the next sweep. four state law make re
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beautiful start to the day here from mount tam. .11 is the official sunrise. right now in san francisco it is 56 degrees. look at that mountain view at 62. half moon bay at 68. it's that in gilroy. this all has to do with the offshore winds. from the exploratorium camera, we are in the 40s. 40 in santa rosa, napa. and no wind at all has dropped novato to 39. livermore is at 60. concord, you are at 48 degrees. we are talking about wide ranging temperatures this morning. by 7:00, 40s, 50s, even a few 60s. my noontime, low 60s, and by the afternoon, another day of record warmth. mid to upper 70s. this is as much as 15 degrees above average. we will talk about the second half of the weekend which will feature slightly cooler weather. president trump unleashed a firestorm of accusations by ordering the release of a controversial gop written memo from the house intelligence committee. the decision was made despite
the advice of the fbi and the president's own hand picked fbi director. lana zack has the details. >> reporter: the official word from the white house is that president trump is not currently considering firing deputy attorney general rod rosenstein but when asked buy reporters, president trump would not say the same. >> does it make sense for you to fire rod rosenstein? >> you figure that one out. >> reporter: dental are now warning if the president were to use the controversial republican written memo from the house intelligence committee as justification for firing rosenstein or special counsel robert mueller it would spark a constitutional crisis. a democrat says this memo cherry picks information. >> it is a reckless abuse the classification process. >> reporter: the president has been told the memo contains inaccurate information but the president decided to release it anyway. >> i think it's terrible. do you want to know the truth? i think it's a disgrace what's
going none this krun. >> reporter: the emargues the fbi and the department of justice used information from christopher steele's unsubstance yatded dossier to get a fisa warrant on carter page. here's fox. >> they got a warrant on someone in the trump using opposition research paid for by the democratic party and the hillary clinton campaign. that's what this is about. and it's wrong. >> reporter: lana zack, abc news, washington. bay area congressman eric swalwell called the memo pop began de to protect the president. he is concerned about how the release to affect the investigation. >> the president and his campaign are under investigation. the white house counsel is a potential witness. they have now seen evidence in this case and they may tailor their testimony to investigators or to congress around evidence they have already seen, compromising the investigations. >> one of the strongest eactions from the republican side came from arizona congressman paul goes ar. he said the actions of james
comey, andrew mccabe, sally yates, and rod rosenstein constitutes treason n. a statement he said, i will be leading a letter to the attorney general seeking criminal prosecution against these traitors to our nation. we have the republican memo in its entirety posted on our website, abc7news.com. after what's believed to be the largest local sweep of workplaces by immigration and customs enforcement agents since the president took office, many are now wondering what could come next. for immigration advocates the seven for clarity and understanding continues on. >> we are just being vigilant. this is an immigrant community. so it hits home. >> reporter: federal immigration agents visited 77 businesses across northern california this week demanding proof that their employees are legally allowed to work in the united states. rosa deleon volunteers with a comment defense project which seeks to protect immigrant families from separation. they have been responding to a
number of calls from those who are concerned about their employers being targeted, including at least one business in escalator that was served with an i--9 you audit notice the other day. >> we are making sure the workers know what their rights are and have the legal support that they need. >> reporter: in the city of gilroy multiple community members reported what they thought were raids on local businesses. >> it is the first stating to sanctuary. we are going to get hit. would know that. >> reporter: the department of homeland security did not return our request for confirmation but city officials say they are looking into the matter on behalf of their residents. >> it has an impact on their state of mind on their overall comfort, on even their quality of life. we want to have a trusting, positive relationship with not just our immigrant community but with all citizens. >> reporter: many are stressing the importance of not spreading rmors when it comes to sightings of i.c.e. >> we want our folks to ask, who saw this, what did they see, and call the hotline immediately so
that we are able to dispatch rapid responders to confirm whether or not immigration enforcement is taking place in the community. >> and the number for the santa clara county rapid response network hotline is 408-290-1144. we posted that number on our website, abc7news.com. time now is 6:35. now to a dramatic and raw moment in court a. father lunged toward former u.s.a. gymnastics team doctor, larry nassar and had to be wrestled to the ground. that father, whose daughters were abused by nassar, said he was unable to contain himself. abc news reporter lindsay davis has the story. >> judge, would a distraught father have a chance to say something? >> go ahead, sir. >> you son of a [ bleep ]. >> reporter: mayhem in a michigan courtroom after this plea from a father of three girls who say they were molested by larry nassar. >> grant me five minutes in a locked room with this demon.
would do you that? >> that is not how our -- >> yes or no? >> no, sir, i can't do that. >> would you give me one minute? >> you know that i can't do that. that's not how our legal system -- >> well i'm going to have to -- >> reporter: deputies tackle randle mar graves to the ground. >> let me have that son of a [ bleep ] i want that [ bleep ]. >> reporter: nassar seen taking cover as his attorney tries to protect him. as he's led from the courtroom he tries to explain. >> no one can behave like this. i want to make sure it's crystal clear. >> lady. >> reporter: two of his daughters gave statements in the sentencing hearing. >> you have done everything that a parent could ever do. i love you. >> reporter: as for the father who lost it. >> i lost control, i apologize a
tun himself. >> no charges. he says he was angry seeing the defendant shake his head highly his daughters spoke. >> i'm embarrassed. i'm not here to upstage my daughters. i'm here to help them heal. the president and ceo of the humane society of the united states has resigned effective immediately. wayne passely was accused of sexually harassing three subordinates in 1995. the board voted to keep him in his position the day before after finding there wasn't enough credible evidence but he said the controversy had taken its toll and he decided to step down. yesterday dozens of files named both elected officials and their staffers. newly unsealed reports name four current office holders.
they include travis allen, who is also running for governor. the documents detail 79 total complaints, 62 involving the assembly, and 17 more linked to the state senate. one local lawmaker admits the legislature wasn't doing things right in deal with harassment. >> so we are -- we have changed our procedures. we have an outside independent investigation that happens when someone makes a complaint. and we are committed to being transparent. >> another lawmaker named is democratic senator tony mendoza. he is currently on live leave while he faces accusations brought forth by three women. still ahead on abc7 mornings, will the mystery be solved? we will give you a sneak peek at the movie telling the story of san jose's westchester mystery house. but first, here a live look outside this morning from our abc7 roof camera. we have got another warm winter day across the bay
good morning, everyone. time right now is 6:41. we are taking a live look outside from our abc7 exploratorium camera at pier 15. beautiful shot to wake up to on this saturday morning. we'll get a check of the full accuweather frchlk lisa argen will let us know how warm it will get coming up. earlier this week we showed 26 million pounds of dirt being dumped at the oakland alameda county coliseum. now we see the finished product
as the ama super cross riders tested out their new course. josh mosiman is making his debut tonight. he says this will be a dream come true. >> i think i have the home court advantage. with my friend and family in the stands. i got nervous before just watching. but now i'm here i'm excited and looking forward to it. >> at the beginning of the race everyone is bunched and close together. it is a bit crazy but it's what we do. >> another note, kyle chisholm's bike is wrapped in autism awareness graphics. his 5150 team is raising funds for autism charities this season. it's been warm. record warmth yesterday. we are on track for another clear and mild morning. boy, the afternoon could be just as warm. it's 56 in san francisco. 60 in livermore. but our friend in concord, just in the 40s. so we do have a cooler day for the weekend forecast.
i'll tell you about it and talk about a look ahead into the first week of february with my accuweather seven-day forcast next. >> lisa, thanks. also ahead, the warriors are the only team in the nba that has not lost back to back games yet this season. that was people are fighting type 2 diabetes... with fitness... food... and the pill that starts with f. farxiga, along with diet and exercise, helps lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes.
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we can now repair complex at saortic aneurysmsare, without invasive surgery. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for varicose veins. and if we can precisely treat eye cancer with minimal damage to the rest of the eye, imagine what we can do for glaucoma, even cataracts. if we can use dna to diagnose the rarest of diseases, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you. in sports, golden state wraps up their three game road trip tonight. the warriors take on the nuggets
at pepsi center. tip-off is at 6:00 p.m. last night, the warriors were in jeopardy of losing back to back season. but late in the fourth quarter, kevin durant led the team to victories against the kings. larry beil has the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> good morning, everybody. you know, the warriors usually get focused after they lose a game. so after losing by 0 in utah on tuesday they figured to be laser locked last night in sacramento. steph curry signing autographs. eye isha is pregnant again. congrats to the family. dubs up sick at the half. third quarter, zach randolph. he and vince carter going to play in the league until they are 50. he had 18 to lead the kings. steph finally starting to heat up. deep three. splash. willie cauley-stein. didn't know he had the behind the back in his game. draymond puts it down. healed steals. it is a one point game.
they are going the lose again? no. dubs go on a 30-16 run to close it out durant, i'll just do this milz. back to back threes. what a weapon. finished with 33. warriors win it, 119-104. coach steve kerr learned the hard way what goes on the internet stays on the video. friends sent video of hardin asking if it was a travel. kerrnd spod. it's imburiesing. i think the league is worried about scoring it doesn't want for stuff like that. instead of private messaging it sent it to the whole planet. >> i rarely send a tweet let alone delete one. i gave it to marco. he deletes it after 30 second. i go what do you think, am i going to get away with it? he goes hello health no. >> he's right. sharks trying to snap a four game skid in columbus. five on three.
pavelski. la bank. bank is open. one timer. after two. brawn, long pass to vlasic. backhand. to beat bobrovsky. sharks win it 3-1. that's their first victory since thornton got hurt. nba here tonight. cavs and rockets. we will see lebron in action against the beard. that's 5:30. after the game will follow. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. now your accuweather transaction with lisa argen. >> good saturday morning to you. strong high pressure in control. and those gusty upper elevation offshore winds allowing for a mild start today. this is a live look outside from our east bay hills camera. we have some temperatures in the 60s. elsewhere in the 40s. if you want to get out and enjoy the day. in voez it santa rosa, it's goi warm. we will have 50s at 9:00. look what happens in the 11:00
hour. well into the sixty and upper 70s. these bars can't even keep up with the high temperatures throughout the day today. and we will be in the 60s by 5:00. this is early february. what's going on here? we are well above average. five to 15 degrees above average for the next several days. and as we look at live doppler 7, skies are clear. and the big ridge of high pressure which i just spoke of you can see it carving out a big niche over the eastern pacific and the state of california. so the clouds go up and over. and we are looking at lots of sunshine today. mount tam just bifl this morning. perhaps you are thinking of a bike ride. but those upper elevation winds from 1,000 to 2,000 feet can be gusty throughout the morning hours. that's kpa we are looking at especially over the east bay hills. 56 in san francisco. 52 in oakland. 62n mountain view. san jose is 54.
in the sikds half moon bay. gilroy is at 45. another look at the bay. nice and glassy. 43 in novato. 44 in the delta. all due to the offshore flow. from this view from the sutro tower camera it looks to be a gorgeous weekend. sunshine today and tomorrow, too. even though we are going to be a few degrees cooler the next few days, we are still going to be above average. no storms on the horizon for the next two weeks. san francisco should see 59. today we are 74. a weak weather system moves in tomorrow. we will see a high of 70. dipping into the low 60s for monday and tuesday. notice we are still well above average throughout the work week. another city to look at. napa. where we are seeing highs today even slightly warmer with 76 degrees. 15, 16 degrees above average. tomorrow, a little change. slightly cooler monday and
tuesday. you get the idea. at no time soon will it be feeling like february. today in the south bay, 77 in san jose. on the peninsula, mid 70s for you, for palo alto, san mateo, redwood city. in the north bay. 57 in pet a. 75 in oakland. 64 around arinne de. and walnut creek in the mid 70s. accuweather seven-day forecast looking at today, the warmer day out of the weekend. then we get into just a little bit of cooling. download our accuweather an and you can keep track of the warmer temps. you will feel them at the coast. if you feel like going to the beach, hit the beach today. nothing but sunshine for the next two weeks. download the accuweather app and you will be up to date. >> yesterday i put on a sweater in the morning and by mid afternoon i was like why am i so hot? it didn't click with me until i
stepped out of the news van. i'm like oh, yeah, the sun. >> open the window. >> not used to it. lisa, thank. the movie "westchester" starring helen mirren is now playing in theaters. it's the story of sarah westchester and the famously haunted mansion she built that still stands as a tourist attraction in san jose. johnman than blume got to speak with mirren and her co-star jason clark when they were here last year and he went back to the house for the film's opening. >> do you believe in ghosts, dr. price? >> i do not believe in anything i cannot see. >> reporter: but to the people who work at the westchester mystery house it's not even a question. >> it's definitely haunted. i could sit here for hours and tell you ghost story after ghost story. >> reporter: he knows the house like the back of his hand which earned him a glimmer ever stardom. >> they needed a stunt double familiar with the roofline of the house. >> reporter: much of the movie was shot in australia but the roof scene was shot here in san jose. >> i got to do a stunt scene doubling for jason clark's
character. >> reporter: clark plays a scientist. >> what is he coming here to do. >> a hatchet job on sarah. >> reporter: after the for a tune made buy the westchester she believed she was haunted by the people it killed. the ever growing rooms and hallways were built to keep them at bay. >> do you feel the spirits here. >> they are not all real. >> the daughter of a carpenter. she had this affinity with art sallal use of wood which you see so unbelievably reflected in this house. >> reporter: he irinnen did exsentence tensive study. >> she could have led the tour of the house. >> folks coming in and saying they heard about the movie and this has always been on their bucket list and they are finally coming. >> reporter: they are giving out commemorative posters and holding a premiere party in in
grand ballroom one of the rooms featured heavily in the film. >> as more people see it i think there is a real opportunity to showcase. >> you don't believe any of this. i understand. >> reporter: in san jose, jonathan blume, abc7 news. next, celebrating the lunar new year. where you can experience one of the first-ever ♪ strummed guitar you can't experience the canadian rockies through a screen. you have to be here, with us. ♪ upbeat music travel through this natural wonder and get a glimpse of amazing,
celebrated in oakland. the event is the oakland chamber of commerce' outdoor festival. you will see percussion groups, dancers and plates being spun on a stick. this is video from last year's event. the free fun begins at 11:00 this morning at the pacific renaissance plaza on ninth street and goes until 4:00 this afternoon. final weather check now with lisa. it should be a good time for all those headed out there today. >> you can even head to the beach. we have an offshore flow that will allow for temperatures to climb into the mid 70s. for most of you upper 70s though north end of the bay and south end of the bay. tomorrow more of an on-shore component. that means it's summertime, right? no. the numbers cool at the coast early next week but around the bay and inhand we are still well above average. that trend will continue right through the end of the week. unfortunately, we are stuck with this weather for a while, in fact right through february 19th or so, still try.
>> you said it best. it certainly feels like summer. lisa thanks. thanks for joining us on abc 7 mornings. pi'm chris nguyen alongside lis argen. the news tins on twitter, facebook, and instagram. we will leave you with a live look outside. "good morning america" is next. abc news continues at 8:00 with another full hour of news, weather, and sports. we will see you then. hey hun. look at all this extra room i have on this king size ikea bed. are you wearing a... duvet cover? why yes. yes i am. where's mom? we finally redid our bedroom and she's prettttttttttty into it. what's your dream? at ikea, we help you live it. make the dream yours.
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