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news to build a better bay area. this is "abc 7 mornings". good morning, everyone. it is saturday, july 27th. i'm kumasi aaron. let's start with a quick look at our weather. here is meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, kumasi. good morning to you. good morning, everyone. looking at live doppler 7 where we have a lot of fog out there that made its way locally across the bay. we are looking at half to a quarter mile visibility in the north bay. mist, drizzle, wipers essential along the coast. check out the national weather service heat advisory for inland east bay. we are looking at numbers here 95 to 108 degrees for communities from concord, brentwood, around mount hamilton. it is going to be very hot. but as we look at santa cruz, still pretty gray out there. we have a spare the air alert for the entire bay area today and tomorrow, and the air quality where it is hottest will
be from the east bay to the south bay. we look at the golden gate bridge, right now temperatures in the 50s to low 60s in redwood city. from the exploratorium camera here, we are looking at a nice day in san francisco, in the mid 70s with sunny skies. right now it is in the 50s and cool in the north bay. walnut creek is clear. as we go through the morning hours, we will be close to 90 degrees by the time we hit noon time in our inland valleys. 70s around the bay. we will talk about how long the heat lasts coming up. kumasi. thanks, lisa. in the south bay santa clara county is taking extra measures to be ready to respond to heat-related issues. abc 7 reporter amanda del castillo with more on how to prepare for the heat. >> reporter: if you can't find shade you want to be close to something that will keep you call. in downtown san jose fountains at cesar de chaves are helping the littler residents beat the heat. >> it is hot, hot, hot. >> reporter: she says weekend plans involve being outside. >> the house is fun and there's
ac in there but they like the outdoors and running around so we come to places like these. >> reporter: santa claira's office of emergency management says they plan to expand services because of the excessive heat wave. temperatures are expect to reach near record levels including it 0s in san jose and near 100 in gilroy. 100,000 people are expected at the gilroy garlic festival. oem officials say hydration is key to surviving sizzling temps. arrive early to avoid peak heat hours. >> you can suffer heat exhaustion, get dizzy, kind of lose your awareness, and it is sort of a progressive thing. >> reporter: even with the warning, others say their weekend plans involve embracing the extreme heat. michelle ramirez is hopeful the weather will offer some relief. >> going out and taking in the sun and enjoying the breeze when i can. >> reporter: the national weather service says the excessive heat watch is issued
for inland areas from saturday morning to sunday evening. >> because it is just going to get hotter from here. >> reporter: if you insist on being out of the house this weekend, the office of emergency management says you should consider a place with abundant air conditioning like the library, community centers on or the mall. expanded medical services expected county wide. amanda del castillo, "abc 7 news." >> you can use the abc 7 app to get alerts about the hot weather where you live. the app is free to download in the app store. the u.s. supreme court is allowing president trump to build a border wall using pentagon money, at least for now. it is drawing swift reaction from both sides. here is abc news reporter marci gonzalez. >> in a 5-4 decision the sprerk authorizing the reallocation of $2.5 billion in pentagon military funds to build a wall along the u.s./mexico border while legal challenges continue.
president trump tweeting, wow! big victory on the wall. the united states supreme court overturns lower court injunction, allows southern border wall to proceed. big win for border security and th law. that ruling was handed down in may which put a hold on the president's use of the military funding saying it is up to congress to allocate expenditures. this after the president declared a national emergency in february, attempting to divert money from the pentagon to build the wall. >> what the president tried to do was basically completely disregard our democratic process and take money congress hadn't given him to build the wall anyway. >> reporter: this order by the supreme court came in response to a lawsuit filed by the american civil liberties union, challenging president trump's use of emergency powers for border wall funds. the aclu responding, vowing this is not over, asking the ninth circuit court of appeals to expedite the ongoing appeals proceeding to hadley the
irreversible and imminent damage from trump's border wall. marci gonzalez, "abc 7 news", los angeles. a north bay casino is stepping up to protect immigrant rights by assuring the latino community "abc 7 news" reporter cornell barnard has the story. ♪ >> reporter: there was a surprise guest at this latin dance party at graton resort and casino, sonoma county sheriff mark esseck. >> i'm here to assure you as sheriff of sonoma county is that we will not turn you over to i.c.e. for minor traffic violations or minor public offenses. the sheriff's office will not assist i.c.e. in conducting raids. >> essick telling the crowd the department will protect rights of immigrants from i.c.e. through the california values act which prevents local law enforcement from using resources on behalf of i.c.e. agents. >> no member of the sheriff's office will ever ask you what your immigration status is. >> reporter: the sheriff was
invited here by graton chairman greg sares who wanted to assure the comment they are safe. >> i understand that many of us have been afraid of i.c.e., of trump, of the white house. >> reporter: the north rapid response network and immigrants' rights group applauds the message but says mistrust of law enforcement has never been higher with rumors of i.c.e. raids reported all the time. >> the fear is definitely there. we have seen more calls coming into the hotline. >> reporter: those calls have been reports of possible i.c.e. raise but most have been rumors. attendees at the party seemed to like the message but the sheriff says he is not doing anything different, just following california law. cornell barnard, "abc 7 news." in the south bay, officials say everyone injured in a six-car pileup that included a police car are expected to be okay. the crash happened yesterday afternoon at north jackson avenue and mckee road in san jose. ambulances took several people to the hospital including some
children and a police officer. one of the accident victims told "abc 7 news" the police car was going through the >>ony entered the intersection. as soon as he got into probably the middle of the westbound lane, that's when he got hit. >> the collision with the police car led to the chain reaction crash. this morning oakland police are looking for a dog napper. the department is asking the community for help in finding uni, the five-month-old french bulldog that was taken from a parked vehicle on campbell street on wednesday. one bay area breeder sells puppies like uni for more than $4,000. san francisco police are sichbing for these two stolen maltipoos. a woman told officers she listed the pair for sale on line. she was contacted by a potential
buyer who she met in the mission district. that's when she says he stole the two dogs. police are asking for anyone with information to call them. heads up in san francisco toechl. it might be hard to get around the city unless you are running. the san francisco marathon race starts at 5:30 a.m. on sunday, and you can see the course map here which goes along the embarcadero, across fisherman's wharf across the golden gate bridge and back, through golden gate park and through the haight and sonoma neighborhoods. a lot of muni buses are being recrowded and some roads are closed, some as late as 3:00 p.m. rideshare, bike share or scooter rentals are recommended to get around. >> that's a lot of running, especially when it is warmer than in the past. >> exactly. it will be comfortable, in the 50s. but even so overnight in our inland valleys we will see 60s and 70s to because of the heat that is building today. from mount tam you see the sun coming up. beautiful view there. we will see plenty of 90s in
north bay but over 100 inland all weekend long. we will talk about poor air quality but a big cooldown on monday. your forecast is next. and you won't find tent cities in walnut creek. you will find police working to help the homeless. it is an example of building a better bay area. taking a computer apart is no easy task. we will tell you why these young people are
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we are taking a live look from or roof cam this morning at the bay bridge. a little foggy this morning. oh, goodness, depending on where you are it is going to get a lot warmer today. we will be checking in with lisa in a few moments so you know what to expect. part of our commitment to building a better bay area means looking at how local police departments struggle to hire enough officers. last night san francisco police welcomed 24 new officers to its force. 19 sfpd rookies graduated from the police academy at the scottish rite center on 19th avenue and another five officers completed training in san francisco after working for other police agencies. here at abc 7 we are highlighting people in our communities doing their part to build a better bay area. a nonprofit in san francisco, funded with help from the city, is equipping low income students with stem tools to help them land jobs in the tech injury. abc 7 reporter pena has the story. >> reporter: this is the sound
that takes over this room. while these students are coding their minds are actively dreaming and working towards a goal. >> i would like to become a web developer. >> help building phones or coding or something. >> i have a design team and we created a clothing app called m malwear. our main focus is to diversify the field of code. >> reporter: this are part of devmission. maria jose garcia didn't think a career in tech wouldn't be possible. >> my parents didn't graduate in college. they came, they only work in restaurants and construction. now when they see me, that i'm here and doing something to better myself, they're really proud of me. >> reporter: devmission was founded two years ago. their goal is to equip low income students between the ages of 16 and 24 years old by teaching them to code, build websites and fix computers. in this class fixing computers
is not just for fun. these students have a bigger goal in mind. to give 300 computers to low income families this year. at the end of the 12-week program these students get a $500 stipend and a free computer. >> we have enrolled over 100 young people with an 80% graduation rate, and as of last week 45 of them are working either on a fellowship, an internship, an apprenticeship, a part-time job or a full-time job in the tech industry. >> reporter: what many want are jobs. >> i know coding, i know programming, so i'm ready for the job. >> reporter: in san francisco, luz pena, "abc 7 news". homelessness has long been an issue in the bay area. we'r t s i cities like san francisco. we're not so used to seeing it in suburbs like walnut creek. well, now that city is taking action to help the homeless and build a better bay area. contra costa county ties alameda county for the largest
percentage increase of homeless people in the bay area. each county is up 43% compared to the last homeless census which was done in 2017. contra costa county's number of total homelessness is well below that of alameda and san francisco as you see in the chart. leslie brinkley has more on a solution to help the homeless that seems to be working. >> reporter: matthew chase has lived on the streets of walnut creek for ten years. his bags were stolen last week so he says his only belongings are his lighter and cigarettes. he sleeps in a different spot in downtown walnut creek every night. >> the business owners know i'll come out and i'll sleep on the side of the building or something, you know. they know i don't mess with them, i don't mess with their customers. >> reporter: but complaints about the homeless are on the rise. some worry about safety. >> they could be on drugs. you don't know. they could bepter: walnu cre poe say they field 3,000 calls a year related to homelessness. that's about ten calls a day.
so full-time officers to respond to the escalating calls about encampments, littering, trespassing and panhandling. >> a lot of time it is people who are shopping downtown and really don't want to be bothered by people panhandling, aggressive panhandling. we get a lot of complaints about it. we have a lot of people that are concerned that walnut creek is going to turn into some of our neighboring cities, some of the close neighbors like san francisco. >> reporter: officer clemente and officer silva volunteered for the four-month pilot program that launched in mid-june. they got 94 complaints and have made 25 arrests so far, mostly for trespassing. they've also contacted 213 homeless and referred 90 of them to services to address their needs. they also retrieve and return shopping carts. encampments are moved. police say many of the homeless hang out along the creek, often out in front of local grocery
stores, armed with signs. >> reporter: do you think this police effort is helping? >> yes, it is. >> reporter: it is noticeable to you? >> it is very noticeable. >> two officers i think is not even close to being sufficient to address the problem. they could use two officers just around the b.a.r.t complex. >> reporter: it is a four-month pilot program, but the goal here is for police officers at the end of it to know the names, first-name basis with all of the homeless in walnut creek, for the homeless to know those officers and hopefully get the help that they need. and so there's talk of assigning these two officers long term and looking for the funding, getting approval for that after this trial runs out october 1st. back to you. we're going to take a closer look at the bay area housing crisis starting tomorrow with our 11:00 p.m. news. we will introduce you to someone who is renting a closet for $1,200 in san francisco. you can look for our reports all week starting sunday night. happening today, the aloha spirit comes to the bay aa
wh theanumr uke fest returns for the third year ♪ somewhere over the ♪ way up high >> the free outdoor event starts with an interactive ukulele jam and a special hula performance. the festival moves to japan tomorrow tomorrow. it is 6:18 this morning and lisa is with us checking the forecast. good morning, lisa. >> good morning, kumasi. remember, you want the heat? boy, do we have it inland. heat advisory for inland valleys today, a spare the air alert that extends all weekend long for communities east of the caldecott tunnel. you can see live doppler 7 showing you the fog footprint from the north to the south bay, locally across into parts of the east bay. overall we have a changing forecast. it is cloudy here on the peninsula. as you look at sfo where you have the low clouds in place. it is 55 downtown.
62, redwood city. 59, san jose. morgan hill, 55. 54, half moon bay. enjoy the cooler morning. we have 60s and 70s tonight. it will take all night to get there because we will see heat build throughout the day today. in fact, numbers well over 100 degrees here in walnut creek. 58, napa. petaluma, 52. by the delta, light winds at 58. upper 50s in our inland valleys. looking at the 24-hour temperature change, even a little cooler with the widespread low clouds and fog. so we will be erasing this negative number as we get into tomorrow where we're going to look at temperatures even warmer to start out. so a little bit haze and that certainly is an indication of where the air quality is going today with that higher pressure building down -- pushing down on the atmosphere. we will see the particulates close to the ground. that's why we have the spare the air alert. not a great idea to barbecue. try to take public transport
because we have the excessive heat, and the poor air quality all weekend long. at the beach, it is cloudy. 80, santa cruz. 72, ocean bega bay. wds up to 20 miles per hour. how hot is going to get? we are looking at over 100 degrees not only today but into tomorrow. see the pink right here? ee a trough of low pressure set up to the north of us as soon as tomorrow, so the hottest day will be today. slight cooling today. notice the bay, 60s and 70s. then by monday we are 20 degrees cooler inland. it is a weeken event, and into tuesday no big changes. if we get through the weekend we get to more decent weather as the workweek arrives on monday 92, san jose. that's about seven degrees warmer than average. how about 91 in cupertino? looking at mid 80s from san mateo. 89, palo alto. 90, mountain view. 91, los altos. 75, downtown. a little fog, but temperatures will climb into the low 70s from
the sunset. the richmond, 93 in novato as well as napa. 92, sonoma. low 80s for you around oakland. 88 in richmond, so getting pretty warm here with 90 in fremont. you head inland, wow. we are looking at 100 in pleasanton. 103, concord. livermore, 102. check out the overnight lows. we will see fog just at the coast, but by tomorrow morning it will be in the 60s, even some 70s with clear sky inland and the relief immediately at the coast. the accuweather seven-day forecast, 70s at our beach. near 90 for you around fremont. and hayward. 104, livermore. by sunday, a couple of degrees will cooling with the sea breeze kicking up a little bit. we will keep it for you there at the coast. download the accuweather app. the numbers come down significantly on monday as the marine layers expand. we will keep the temperatures in check from monday on.
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new york to tell us what is coming up at 7:00 on "good morning america." >> coming up on "gma", the breaking news overnight an american athlete is injured when a nightclub in south korea collapses. members of the u.s. polo team were present when a loft crashed down. what we know about the deadly accident. nancy pelosi pushing back, the house speaker denying she is trying to run out the clock on the discussion of impeaching donald j. trump. what she is saying about the issue. finally, four-night frenzy. teenagers competing, taking on one another in the world championships this weekend. the millions of dollars in prize money and what parents need to know about this video game sensation. it is all coming up on "gma". we'll see you very soon members of an animal rights group are facing new charges after a protest at a petaluma duck farm. theondaffe ishe protesters took ducks from the property before chaining themselves to a fence last month.
the group, direct action everywhere, says the protests were intended to promote the well-being of animals. >> campbell police are calling off the search for a new canine police officer because they found their perfect candidate. meet lucas, you guys. the department tweeted out his new id badge. his first day on the job is monday. several other emergency agencies welcomed lucas on twitter. santa clara fire offered to start carrying dog treats in their campbel stations. still on "abc 7 mornings", at sonoma raceway their pounding the pafrmt and trying to beat the heat at the same time. also a seam stress with a taste for food. her sweet designs that are going viral. right now, earn 60,000 bonus miles after qualifying purchases when you apply and are approved for the hawaiian airlines world elite mastercard. plus, you earn miles on everyday purchases. get closer to the travels and moments you'll remember forever with this special offer.
now, that's yes for less. nothing beats getting the latest trends at 20 to 60 percent off specialty stor ss.for less. news to build a better bay area, this is "abc 7 mornings". good morning, everyone. we are starting this half hour with a look at the weather. here is meteorologist lisa argen. hey, lisa. >> hey, kumasi. you can barely see anything behind you with the low clouds, the fog. look at this beautiful shot from the east bay hills camera. you can see the hills there and the fog as it descends into the lower valleys there. but we certainly have the cool weather this morning. in fact, the mist and drizzle at the coast, it is 55 downtown. you will need your wipers if you are anywhere near the shoreline early on. 62, redwood city. 54, half moon bay. this, of course, is mount tam with the low clouds and fog. low 50s. a beautiful start. it will warm up quickly though. we have a heat advisory and a
spare the air alert all weekend long. the entire bay area, the spare the air alert, but inland east bay is where we are looking at heat anywhere from 95 to 108 today. look at santa cruz, no sun yet there. as we go through the weekend, the air quality will get a little bit better tomorrow when the sea breeze kicks up, but in the meantime it is a quick warm-up today. 10:00 we're in the 80s around concord. mid 70s in fremont. it will be a warm day around the bay, despite the low clouds, the sea breeze at the coast. clearing throughout the afternoon. that temperature spread will be with us and we'll warm up through the 80s over in hayward today by 2:00 in the afternoon, but look at the triple digit heat. more details on the heat coming up. kumasi. >> thanks, lisa. in sonoma county this weekend they're expecting heat and a sold-out crowd at raceway.
"abc 7 news" reporter wayne freedman has the details. >> reporter: have you heard someone complain about the heat being a drag? we know a place where they're taking that literally. >> i love the action. i love the noise. i love the rush. >> reporter: so welcome to smoke sonoma raceway. got a hose? >> we put water down for the burnout. >> reporter: keeping the burnout area wet may be one of the cooler jobs along the starting lie. how hot do the tires get? >> you are talking 120, 130 degrees. >> reporter: don't blink. you might miss a heat. >> whoever wins this race will be -- will be on the track maybe a minute and a half total. >> reporter: that's a minute and a half for total racing all weekend. if you like loud, crowd the fence, soak it in. do your insides rattle? >> everything rattles. >> reporter: now, assuming you have never experienced this before, drag racing is an acquired taste. these cars, for instance, from the super street class, rate
only 800 or 900 horsepower. but back in the pits, this monster driven by mike salinas of monterey rates 11,000. an engine will last one race. they can change it out hot in 28 minutes. what's the thrill? >> the fastest i've been is 330s miles per hour in 1,000 feet. >> reporter: in other words zero to 60 is irrelevant. this weekend around here, the heat wave too. >> i'm from sacramento so this is actually cold right now. >> reporter: where is your jacket? >> on tonight probably. >> reporter: yeah, tonight. sonoma raceway, wayne freedman, "abc 7 news". you can see the "abc 7 news" app to get alerts about the hot weather this weekend where you live. the app lets you customize your forecast. in the east bay an annual music concert in memory of a 14-year-old girl. jenny lin was stabbed to death in her castro valley home 25 years ago and the crime remains unsolved.
the jenny lin foundation was incorporated soon after. its mission is to promote child safety and music education. they are sponsoring a concert at chabot college at 6:30 tonight. cheryl jennings will serve as emcee. hall of fame horse racing trainer jerry hollendorfer may take action against the owners of the horse park. both tracks banned him after 30 horses died at santa anita in june. those deaths included four of his horses. yesterday a judge ordered del mar racetrack to lift a similar ban to allow his horses to race and train there. happening today, hundreds of swimmers will brave the chilly waters of san francisco bay for the alcatraz shark fest swim swim. the treacherous journey poses challenges for elite swimmers. they start at alcatraz and swim to aquatic part. the race starts at 9:30 this morning. it emulates the attempts by
inmates to swim to san francisco. a golden gate bridge swim will be held next month. a woman who wanted to be an art teacher has found a drive career as a photo of one her incredible dresses went viral. ♪ >> so a couple of years ago i was a son's birthday party where i dressed up at belle in "beauty and the beast wrch after the party i went to taco bell with a friend, still in full costume. he took a picture of me standing in line getting my food and it went viral that night. i was like, this needs to be something i can bring outside of the restaurant so i added just paper tacos to the dress. that photo went viral and taco bell, the restaurant, saw it, and flew commercial.
a few months later, now i was taco bell. now i started doing more food scene costumes, making a prom dress style, using various materials to look like pizza. i have a couple of birthday cake designs, different desserts. i'm working on a sushi dress right now. ♪ my name is liz. i go by avantgeek on line. today i am making a gorgon wig. >> so this all started as a hobby while i was in school, and i was going to school to become an art teacher. it wasn't quite what i wanted to do, so i said especially right now with social media, i see so many more people than just in a classroom setting. and so being able to do my art in that kind of environment, obviously you are reaching all of these people, strangers coming to me all over the world,
saying, hey, you inspired my daughter, making it more about modelling clothes. it has been a journeyi guess trying to convince myself it is not narcissistic. it is about me, but it is also about overcoming my anxiety and issues and realizing that, you know, this is why i do this and why i want to and not just i'm good at it. i realize i don't want to take myself seriously. from there i do more scene costumes, making the prom dress style, others out of various materials to look like pizza. i have a couple of birthday cake designs, different desserts. i'm working on a sushi dress right now. i work in an office job doing marketing and accounting and that kind of thing, but starting next month my whole career ahead of me is just doing costume.
so i'm really excited because i'm not really sure where it is going to go. i have a diy style that i kind of want to be like a little more cynical humor with diy, like turn this trash into a prom dress style. you can't do anything unless you are determined yourself. you can't rely on other people to give you the inspiration to do that. so i think it is important to have friends and family to support you, it is so amazing to have that. but as long as you have that in yourself, your own determination, go for it and work on that. ♪ and you can check out abc's brand-new brand at localish.com. you can also find it on facebook and on instagram. still ahead on "abc 7 mornings" -- >> holy mole owe or should i say
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it is an annual tradition in the bay area and it has become an internationali torch relay were used to ignite the grill to kick off this year's festival. chefs cook up the garlic calimari and scampe in the flames. gilroy is one of the largest garlic producers in the world and it is everywhere from bread to ice cream. >> what is your favorite part about coming to the festival? >> it is the garlic ice cream and all of the good food that's here. >> first of all the smell just drags us in, and then, of course, the food is just phenomenal. >> more than 100,000 people are expected to attend this festival. it runs through tomorrow. i guess they, like everybody, have to think about the heat. >> yes, that's right. it is usually hot down this this time of year but excessive heat around the bay area. for the weekends upper 90s in gilroy. it is 59 and overcast in santa cruz. temperatures in upper 70s to
near 80 here so a beautiful beach day. at home, our local beach is in the 70s while we have temperatures over 100 in the inland valleys. the accuweather seven-day forecast is next. also next, it may have been the catch of the year. a giants' fan wearing a willie mays jersey catches a home run ball all while holding his baby. could the giants win another extra inning game? larry beil has the highlights larry beil has the highlights coming up in sports. finally, an eggo thick and fluffy waffle all to myself, whoa. karen, karen you've got to try this. breakfast in bed? major. husband. points. would you l'eggo your eggo? super saturday!.... friends & family - take an extra 20% off!... plus - take an extra 10% off home! save on kitchen electrics... towels and pillows... and women's tees - just $4.79! plus - everyone gets kohl's cash! all right! what are we watching? living with directv has been a learning experience.
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giants are playing this evening. san francisco takes on the padres at petco park at 5:40. the a's face the rangers at the oakland coliseum. first pitch is at 6:07 p.m. the game will be followed by a pixar-themed firework show. last night the giants provided their own fireworks to beat the padres and get another victory. abc 7 sports director larry beil has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning, everybody. before leading the giants to three world series titles bruce bochy was mr. san diego. he played for the padres and then managed them for 12 seasons. last night he was honored at petco park. as he continues his final season at the giants skipper before retiring, look at them, young bochendis 1-0. jeff samardzjia, made only one mistake. there it is, austin hedges and
we are t they go extra. pad row sandoval, high, deep and aloha. the guy in the mays jersey makes a one-handed grab with his baby. are you kidding me? that's the catch of the year. giants win 2-1 in 11. you're my hero! a's and rangers. how about the joy of cotton candy right there? pure should goer. it is amazing. oakland up 1-0 in second. chris her man thinks it is gone. deep to center field. that is robbery at the wall! would have gone out. a's lead 2-0 heading to the fourth. that's when things went terribly wrong. willie calhoun doubles off daniel daniell danielle danielnd athd,in l , t niner
reported to camp. quarterback jimmy garoppolo coming back from acl surgery, cleared to practice. jared mckinnon's knee flared up so he has to work. 49ers decided that jimmy g. won't play in first preseason game. he is excited to get back on the field. >> i feel very fortunate i'm in the position i'm in. my knee feels good. i'm in a good spot mentally. perform, that's ba it is about now. best training camp entrance has to go to antonio brown, floating into raiders' camp in napa in a hot air balloon. unfortunately he has an undisclos undisclosed injury, can't practice yet. that was creative but jon gruden anticipated something more dramatic. >> he is a fun good to be around, man. i expected something more than a hot air balloon. i thought he might jump out of an airplane and parachute here
himself. he will add a lot of life to the organization. >> finally, warriors tv broadcast will sound different next year. jim bar net, who has been doing color commentary for 34 years with the team, being replaced by a former warriors player. barnett is going to move to the radio joining tim roy so we still get to enjoy j.b.. that's a wrap on porng sports. have a great weekend. everybody. i'm larry beil. >> all right. . 6:48, getting a check of the bay area forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. good morning, lisa. >> good morning, smausy. check it out. even though we have the heat on the way, the spare the air alert, we have a good deal of fog out there, over 1,000 feet. in fact, over 1,500 feet with mst, drizzle and gray sky for many of you, the temperature pretty cool in the 50s. wl wpck and w h see it linger into your sunday. as the heat builds today, it will be a hot night tonight. starting out with the fog and
the mist and drizzle, a hot afternoon today and tomorrow. this will be certainly in the east bay and south bay. 90s though will arrive in the north bay keeping it comfort at the cost and much cooler beginning monday into next week. here is a live look at the golden gate bridge where up can see how thick that follow is. temperatures are cool and it is still a gray start. even across the bay we are looking at cloudy skies, but inland it is clear. we will look for our east bay hills camera to show you the sun in the foreground and the fog in the background. 60, oakland. 59, san jose. mid 50s, morgan hill, half moon bay, and from ourlo ture- platoh upper 50s, concord and livermore. 24 hours ago we were milder. starting out cooler but fact, a
warmer than yesterday. and a check of the winds, look at the direction above 1,000 feet. they're straight out of the north and they're light. so the sea breeze is not going to happen until the afternoon and it will be confined to about a mile from the coast. with the gray skies in santa cruz, we'll look forward to temperatures in the 70s to near 80 from monterey. 72, half moon bay, ocean beach, bodega bay. in the mid 70s in half moon bay. san francisco, a beautiful day. how about 83 in oakland? getting warm here. 101 in walnut creek, so look at that jump, over almost 20 degrees from oakland to our inland east bay. antioch, 102. we could even see some 5 in some spots. across the bay, temperatures could be hottest in the pink here. livermore, 102. a lot of 90s from napa to vallejo. 89, palo alto. on the peninsula, very warm.
mid 80s san mateo. looking at 92 in san jose and 99 in morgan hill. the garlic festival in the upper 90s, so we will be looking at another warm day tomorrow. 70s at the coast but 90 around the bay, 104 inland. by sunday very little change. we should see a stronger sea breeze as the system to the north of us will set up aloeing for a stronger westerly wind. perhaps a few degrees cooler but you won't notice the difference inland until monday. you download the accuweather app and we are sharply cooler on monday. then back to where we should be for this time of year and that begins august. we will have the very hot weekend this weekend and then back to normal. >> in the meantime making sure we stay hydrated and in as much shad price increase gets our attention, especially when the story is a little different than what we usually here.
here is jobina fortson. >> reporter: holy kwaguacamole. avocado prices are up and californians think it is about pit. >> they are almost three times as much as they were months ago. so trying to run a small business you have to adjust prices accordingly. >> reporter: andrew snow is the co-owner of the golden squirrel in oakland. they are charging an extra dollar to the avocados and attributing it to the trade war. >> all of these issues are complicated. different people have di different opinions on it and it trickles down to your favorite salad or tater tot, naufrp owes. >> reporter: the bottom of the letter suggests the prices should come down at the very latest by november 3, 2020. bloomberg is reporting that border tensions between the u.s.
and mexico and rising trade have caused the market to surge the most this year than it has in the last decade. >> safe way they're always like practically $3 for avocado. >> reporter: distributors cited a number of things, trouble finding labor, climate and a smaller california crop. but in the end looks like californians will continue to munch on one of their favorites. jobina fortson, "abc 7 news." next, it is time for the annual march of the penguins at the san francisco zoo. the new chicks
try my 2 for $4 breakfast biscuits and add 4 donut holes for just a buck. only at jack in the box. happening today, the san francisco zool invesouch ve chick home on penguin island. they're graduating from fish school where they learned to eat whole fish, to swim and to socialize. this is sparticus, one of the new chicks. the zoo opens at 9:30 to members and 10:00 to the general public. looks like fun. >> they're cute, aren't they? >> hopefully it won't be too hot for people up there. >> that's right. at the zoo we will look at sun and temperatures near 70 degrees. so pretty nice if you want to plan for that. but if you are in our inland east bay we have a heat advisory through tomorrow, and looking at
near record heat from 95 to 108. it is cloudy now at the coast. it will be sunny later on, but our our quality will be cool in ournland east bay today, and tomorrow the south bay not so great either. looking at highs in the north bay, it will be warm, in the low 90s from napa to san rafael, but 97 in santa rosa. 92, san jose. if you are headed down to the garlic festival, upper 90s there. the accuweather seven-day forecast, so we have the extreme heat inland today and tomorrow. pleasant though at the coast, and looking at temperatures coming down dramatically on monday. it is a weekend event, mainly inland and we still will be cool at the coast. around the bay it will be warm though. >> a lot to think about. looking forward to monday. >> i think so. >> thanks for joining us on "abc 7 mornings". i'm kumasi aaron along with lisa argen. "abc 7 news" continues at 8:00 a.m. and "good morning america" is next. ♪
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