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cracker barrel makes every meal one to remember. news to build a better bay area this is "abc 7 mornings." good morning. it's sunday, september 15th. i'm liz in for kusami aaron. let's start with a look at the weather and the break we'll be getting from the heat. here's meteorologist frances dinglasan in for lisa argen. good morning. >> good morning. yep, cooling for inland communities today because of the increased onshore flow.
live doppler 7 and the satellite image and also increased cloud cover this morning and some cooler temperatures right now. we even have some fog in the north bay. santa rosa visibility is down to about a fourth of a mile. we haven't seen fog much. half moon bay visibility down to two miles as well. a live shot of the san jose 6:,emperatusn the0s and 60s and most areas already starting off cooler than 24 hours ago. breezy at the coast and that will keep temperatures in the inland areas in the 70s and around the bay and much cooler inland, mid 80s this afternoon, mid 70s around the bay the coast. berkeley police are investigating a deadly hit and run near the ashby bart station. it happened just before 10:30 last night near the intersection of adlean street and beby avenue. when officers arrived they found the victim on street and police are looking for the suspect but have into the released details. the victim has not been i
identified. new details about a freeway shooting last night in vallejo, all lanes are back open this morning. abc 7 news was at the scene near magazine street and here's what we know. the shooting was first reported around 8:30 last night. the chp says a person in a car heading east was hit by at least one bullet. that person's condition is not known. the lane closure jammed up traffic all the way across the bridge about four hours later all lanes reopened. the chp has not said what led to the shooting. a tragic story in the north bay. a man has been arrested for murder after a child was found dead inside a santa rosa home. police say a woman went to check on people at a home yesterday. when she went inside she discovered a man and baby both unresponsive. she then called poli. officers say the man was unconscious in a room lying next to a 13-month-old boy who had died. the man was taken to a hospital and has been arrested. police say there were no signs of physical violence at the
scene but there were signs of recent drug use near the child. investigators believe the man's actions caused the death of the young boy, however the exact cause of death has not been determined. a father who was shot and killed while helping a friend break up a fight outside an oakland bar has been identified. his friends and family believe he was at the wrong place at the wrong time. abc 7 reporter lisa galishan has the story. >> my dad heard help was needed otside and he went outside and being the helpful person he was, it just ended up backfiring. >> reporter: mario perez was larger than life, a loyal person who was shot and killed around 1:00 a.m. saturday as he tried to help the owner of the laurel lounge break up a fight outside. >> mario was laying right there in the middle of 38th. >> reporter: perez, his brother and sister-in-law were shot by a man apparently starting a fight with the bar's bartender. >> out of all of them i thought he would make it.
he was talking because the lady over there wasn't saying anything. she was just laying there. another guy got shot, but i think his was minor. >> reporter: perez and his family were popular regulars at the bar, known by many as a fun loving, happy, family man. >> heart breaking to know that he's not here with us because he was my dear friend. like family to us. >> he was a beautiful person. if you knew the perezes, they were beautiful. >> reporter: right now, sadness washes over the perez family at their san leandro home they gathered to remember the man who brought so much about their lives. >> what i'll miss most about my dad is getting to do simple things with him, talk to him, sit down in that truck, learn stories, talk stories, listen to music with him. >> reporter: the man who alledgedly shot the group was s identified him. in the newsroom, abc 7 news.
now to a bizarre story we've been following this weekend. a protester arrested after throwing what appears to be blood and feminine hygiene product at senators at the capitol friday. this happened in the senate chamber during the final day of the legislative session. a local senator is telling us how it all happened. abc 7 news reporter luz pena has the details. >> reporter: as lawmakers were finalizing their work in the chamber to adjourn for the year this happened. >> the object came over my head, landed in front and a rain of fluid came down on top of me and my colleagues. >> reporter: according to senator steve glazer who represents the area of orinda and other parts of the east bay a protester threw a red liquid from the visitor's gallery and it hit at least 8 senators. senator cathleen galgiani said the protesters yelled. >>
babies. it was something like that. >> reporter: chp identified the protester as 43-year-old rebecca dalelio a resident of boulder creek near santa cruz. dl dalelio was arrested on six charges, including assault and vandalism. >> i had a drop on my head and on my clothes and, of course, on my desk. >> reporter: chp evacuated the chamber and taped off the crime scene. senators were asked to take showers and undergo medical evaluations. >> it's believed that the person who engaged in this conduct was a part of that group that we call them anti-vacciners. >> reporter: throughout the week demonstrators protested against two bills. governor gavin newsom signed on monday, by packing the hallways an disrupting hearings. the founder of freedom angels one of the groups outside the capitol denounced the act. >> we've never called for that behavior. we're peaceful mothers and fathers. >> what's your message to the protester? >> simply that that horrible contact achieved nothing. it was morally repugnant, it was politically stupid, and pragmatically you didn't affect the work of the senate. we got back to business. >> reporter: in orinda, luz pena, abc 7 news.
in the east bay, a fire did significant damage to a home and the smoke was visible from interstate 880. yesterday abc 7 news was in hayward and caught the aftermath on royal avenue near a street. the fire started at around noon and you can see the burned out garage as well as a car that went up in flames. there's no word on whether anyone was hurt or what caused this fire. a have breached itself on a san francisco beach. a large crowd gathered yesterday afternoon at aquatic park to look at it. the area has been taped off warning people to stay away from the animal. there's no word on exactly what's wrong with it or how long the sea lion has been there. we've reported several times this year on sea lines and seals becoming ill or malnourished. taking a live look right now at san francisco international airport where it seems those delays and cancellations may be easing as the main runway is under construction. runway 28 l has been closed for a week to allow crews to repair cracks in the pavement.
airport officials say the second phase of the project began yesterday. they say there were 180 delays and nine cancellations yesterday. that's down from 401 delays and 40 cancellations on friday. the runway should reopen in just under two weeks. san francisco firefighters put a few vips through their paces to see how tough working in the fire service is. a handful of elected officials and reporters put on the gear and were treated like trainees. here's abc 7 news anchor eric thomas. >> reporter: to work like a firefighter, you have to dress like one. in the protective outer wear they call turnout. first the pants and then the jacket and, of course, the boots and top it off with a surprisingly heavy helmet. after a few adjustments, of course. >> oh. >> reporter: then outside to practice a scenario. >> this is a lot of stuff to wear to do this job. >> we're about to do a search and rescue evolution. >> reporter: this rock pile simulates a collapsed building with people possibly trapped underneath.
my job is to send rescue job vitae to look for victims. >> ready to find someone. search. >> reporter: it takes less than a minute of vita searching for a firefighter to locate a firefighter pretending to be trapped. >> is there somebody in there. >> reporter: it takes me about the same amount of time to find out how miserably hot and uncomfortable this gear is. >> maneuvering around on these rocks, some of which are loose, and moving under your feet, in this outfit, it's tough. >> reporter: this event is put on by the sociation of firefigh union local 798. what may be fun and games for us, is designed to send an important message to san francisco's elected officials about the equipment firefighters need to do their jobs. >> when we ask for certain things that are just coming from our experiences that you guys have no idea about whatsoever. >> reporter: the union is also depamext tining facility on treasure island. it allows them to train for
will have a top s welas wat training center. it may not be here. >> whether it is at treasure island or on other pieces of city land whether it's at the airport, we have excess land at the san francisco zoo, we'll make sure our firefighters have a state-of-the-art training facility. >> eric thomas, abc 7 news. >> it's even harder on days like we've had this past week for all the heat. >> we are getting a break. we had record-breaking heat on friday. yesterday was a little cooler. today even cooler still. here's a live shot from our east bay hills camera looking at some of the high clouds and even low clouds coming in from the marine layer cooling everyone down. we will see increasing clouds tonight with a chance of rain tomorrow. i will have all the details coming up. >> also next, escalating tensions between the u.s. and iran after a major attack on a critical saudi oil facility. and local military men and women suited up and took our reporters with them as they performed an
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quote, definitely behind it. so why does this matter? well saudi arabia says this has affected 5.7 million barrels a day of crude and gas production. the country is the largest oil exporter and this could have a ripple affect around the globe. dozens of military men and women in the reserves all preparing for the worst. they created a training scenario that looks real. a field hospital where vctims were triaged. the valuable training could be used in real-life disasters. abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard has the story. first a quick reminder, there was only a drill. >> i can't feel my face. >> reporter: this drill looked like the real thing. a combat scenario involving mass casualties. >> we need a gurney. >> got shot. >> where did you get shot? >> i don't know. it hurts. >> reporter: medics from the u.s. army and navy reserve working together.prefer to train and get it right and learn and then be ready should we ever get called on. >> all right.
i'm inside this mock military hospital. again, this is not real. but it certainly looks like it is. >> one, two, three, down. >> people are used to working in a trauma bay in the hospital, but it's different in the field and you treat casualties differently. you don't have as much access to supplies. >> reporter: field hospitals like these could be used in times of disaster like earthquakes or hurricanes. >> planning to work together as a team that could be applied in any scenario. >> reporter: most of the reservists across california will go back to their civilian jobs next week, better trained, ready to serve if they're needed. in dublin, cornell bernard. abc 7 news. high school and middle school students across the state may get a later start to the school day. i know this is a big topic for a lot of parents. state lawmakers on friday approved a bill that would prohibit middle schools from starting before 8:00 a.m. and high schools couldn't start before 8:30 a.m. supp t measure is needed to help deal with the epidemic of childhood sleep deprivation.
opponents say it can negatively affect before and after school programs. if the governor signs the bill the law would go into effect in 2022. this morning, vallejo has a new police chief. shawny williams who is currently a deputy chief in san jose has been named to the position. he just needs to pass a background check. williams will take over for andrew bedo who announced his retirement in june. the vallejo police department has had a rough year with drivthrough and a violent arrest of a marine veteran that was caught on video. stanford revealed it received a $50,000 from the late trafficker jeffrey epstein's foundation, couq. the gift was made in 2004 two years before epstein was first arrested for recruiting minors for prostitution and pleaded guilty in 2008. epstein was arrested for sex
trafficking this past july as many of you remember and died by suicide last month while awaiting trial. stanford says the 2004 donation is the only one it received from the foundation. bart trains are down to one track between the orinda and walnut creek stations. bart crews are performing upgrades on the track this weekend. the work has also closed two eastbound lanes of highway 24 near oak hill road in lafayette. expect up to 30-minute delays and plan ahead. track pieces that are nearly 50 yearclosures are expected throu october. and all right, meteorologist frances dinglasan tracking the forecast for us. >> hi, liz. we're seeing more cloud cover and this increase onshore flow will bring us cooler temperatures. you can see live doppler 7 and the satellite image notice the clouds along the coast of fild in and spread to parts of the east bay. east bay. a stronger sea breeze helping to drive the cooler air and why
temperatur a coming down. gusts up to 17 miles per hour in san francisco, even up to 20 miles per hour in fairfield. the high pressure that brought us the calm conditions over the last few days and very warm temperatures has diminished and decreased in strength. also the live shot as we look out towards the top of the transamerica tower obscured by the low clouds. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. san francisco 58, oakland 61, san jose 60 degrees. you'll see more gray skies over the bay with this live camera shot from emeryville looking out towards the bay bridge. in santa rosa it's 53 degrees where fog has developed and reduced visibility to down to a fourth of a mile. petaluma is 56, concord 61, livermore at 55 degrees. and i'm going to show you the accuweather outlook over the we've seen the clouds fill in around the bay because we have this area of low pressure to our
north. this cold front will sweep through bringing us a chance of showers tomorrow, so i'll show you the forecast animation. 7:00 this morning, we'll see low clouds, get mostly sunny conditions this afternoon and overnight the clouds fill in. tomorrow morning we could see showers through parts of the north bay like cloverdale and it sweeps through the bay area by about 9:00 to lunch time. now this model latest run shows a little bit more of an aggressive push right now between 9:00 and 12:00, when we could see the heaviest rain and then it clears out by tomorrow afternoon. also you notice the areas of pink that move through the sierra, a chance of light snow as well. so the shower potential, right now the latest system less than a quarter of an inch for some spots but it could even be less than a tenth of an inch for tomorrow. this model runs have been changing in terms of the quantity and how strong the rain will be, but napa will be maybe 0.06 of an inch, san francisco
0.2, san jose maybe 0.1 and half moon bay up to quarter but these numbers could change. so today's highs you'll notice they're much cooler for inland communities. only the mid 80s today because of that stronger sea breeze. san francisco 67, oakland 72, san jose 79, and one of the warmest spots is fairfield ater 60s with those showers moving in and the cooler weather. so here's the accuweather seven-day forecast, the cooling continues today and notice really the significant change in the inland areas. the chance of showers tomorrow bringing us much cooler temperatures for tomorrow afternoon highs and then we have sunnier skies, a slight warmup before another system moves to our north bringing us cooler temperatures midweek and we ramp back up again, sunnier and warmer for next weekend once again. get ready. might have to use the umbrellas tomorrow. i want to hold on to summer as
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welcome back. joins us from new york to tell us what's coming up at 7:00 on "good morning america." >> coming up, new information about the fiery drone attacks on saudi arabian oil facilities. escalating tension between the u.s. and iran. how president trump is reacting this morning and what it could mean for gas prices. plus, dramatic porch collapse at the jersey shore. witnesses rushing to pull people from the rubble, the chaos when a beach house deck came crumbling down. a young football fan comforted by his hero after a snub from another favorite athlete, how an 11-year-old got the surprise of a lifetime from the giants saquon barkley. all ahead here on "gma." in the east bay a family is gathered to celebrate an organization helping them put their kids through college. yesterday abc 7 was in oakland where brilliant babies celebrated its annual family day at children's fairy land. brilliant babies is a childhood prograun promise initiative. it gives families $500 for a
college savings account they can grow over time.el families keep up with school work until graduation. >> we want the children of oakland to have all of the resources and support that they need to grow up and be thriving adults in oakland, and be able to live in the community they grew up in or wherever they choose to be. >> more than 500 families are part of the brilliant babies promise. and san francisco's newest painted lady was unveiled in the city. a celebration was held in alamo square park yesterday afternoon. the mural is on steiner between grove and fulton. the tapestry features san francisco drag queen juanita moore also at yesterday's event. the eight painted lady was designed and created by local artist jay manuel carmona. donations made at the event help support a new home for the glbt historical society. and great weather this weekend to celebrate cultures. starting with the 62nd annual saint gregory's armenian food festival in san francisco.
5,000 people over three days get art and authentic homemade food. you maybe saw tll dion lim there enjoying herself. if you missed it yesterday the community party continues today from noon to 5:00. and meantime at the presidio korean dance culture and food was on display at the first ever mid autumn festival. it's one of the most important holidays in korea where families and friends gather and recognize their ancestors. yesterday was the first time the korea festival has come to the u.s. participants learned how to not only make their own fermented vegetables but got to taste their creations as well. fun time for everyone. lots to do this sunday. still to come, democrats back on the campaign trail following thursday's debate. we'll tell you which candidate has added to the bay area has added the bay area to his schedule this week. also how klay thompson is vowing to help the bahamas impacted by hurricane dorian and why trump
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we're going to show you live doppler 7 and the satellite image. changes to the forecast, increased onshore flow and fog has returned and more cloud cover. visibility has been a mile or less in santa rosa. it's down to two miles right now in half moon bay. we have those low clouds filling in. check out this gorgeous live view from our east bay hills camera looking out towards mt. diablo. the low clouds spilled from the coast and this is going to bring us some cooler temperatures for inland communities as well. this afternoon mid 80s for the inland areas and mid 70s around the bay, mid 60s at the coast. cooling continues with even a chance of showers for tomorrow. i'll tell you all about that coming up. liz? >> sounds good. thanks. developing news nearly two dozen people are hurt after a deck collapsed in new jersey. at least three of the injured are children. it happened at a three-story home in the town of wildwood, best known for the jersey shore. reporter george solis has the details. >> reporter: the horror unfolding early saturday evening in wildwood. a deck collapsing at a home in the 200 block of east baker
avenue. a slew of firefighters descending on the scene. firefighters convention coincidentally taking place in town. fragments of the deck covering the front yard. >> i ran and grabbed my phone, called 911 and i could hear the people over there calling for help. >> reporter: june lives across the street. she made the call to 911. >> after they got here, happened to see one of the gentleman like his shoulder, his head and arm sticking out, like face down. >> i'm sure must have been horrific. >> it was scary. i saw them put them on the board and medevac'd him out. >> reporter: like others here couldn't believe what they were seeing. >> i looked and i saw people screaming and everything. it was horrible. >> reporter: there are 22 injured being treated at nearby hospitals. fire officials so far remaining silent many hoping the injuries aren't serious. >> we wanted to come down and check it out and say a >> that was george solis reporting.
to the presidential race and the democratic candidates out on the campaign trail in force. they are looking to capitalize on momentum at the latest abc debate. here is an abc news reporter. >> reporter: the hopefuls are back on the campaign trails addressing the same issues covered in the debate. beto o'rourke pledging on thursday. >> hell yes, we're going to take your ar-15 and ak-47. >> reporter: stand big his commitment to end gun violence. >> if we decided we were no longer going to allow the sale of those weapons of communities. >> reporter: senator cory booker hosting a gun reform panel at the congressional black caucus founing day. >> the urgency we need to awake in america to the size and gravity of the problem so we have a common sense of purpose to do something about it. >> reporter: senator elizabeth warren calling out republicans for trying to destroy the affordable care act. >> health care is a basic human right and we fight for basic human rights. >> reporter: and biden looking
to counter concerns over his age announcing he will release his medical records before the iowa caucus. >> commit to releasing your medical records to address concerns? >> yes. what the hell concerns? man, you want to wrest until. -- wrestle? >> reporter: it's not just democrats challenging the president. three republicans are seeking the gop nomination. south carolina, nevada, arizona and kansas have canceled their republican primaries. the gop challengers criticizing the move in a "washington post" op-ed. the president appearing unconcerned. >> i'm not looking to give them any credibility. >> reporter: tweeting he has a 94% approval rating with republicans, but the latest abc news/"washington post" poll has that figure at 82%. abc news, washington. democratic presidential candidate beto o'rourke is returning to the bay area this week. this is video from his visit to san francisco in april where people packed the irish cultural center for a town hall meeting.a
quentin o meet wand ta o'rourke was supposed to visit california in august but canceled due to the mass shooting in his hometown of el paso. coming up on "this week," democratic presidential candidates mayor pete buttigieg and senator amy klobuchar will discuss their campaigns. watch the full interviews with george at 8:00 here on abc 7. and in our efforts to build a better bay area abc 7 news is looking for solutions for problems some of us face every day. a neighborhood in san francisco is dealing with a dilemma. there hasn't been any mail delivery for almost a month. abc 7 news anchor dion lim went to usps for answers and also got residents an apology. >> reporter: never in otilia mirambeaux's life has she been so excited to see a mail carrier. >> i was overjoyed. i said
it's here, parked, must be delivering mail. this is amazing. >> reporter: amazing because otilia said she and her neighbors have suffered from spotty mail service for years and in recent weeks it reached a fervor pitch. >> we had a crisis recently where my neighborhoods and i didn't receive mail for three weeks. >> reporter: otilia wasn't alone. dozens of her neighborhoods shared the same outrage in fears the postal service was underserving their community. >> i am so down for as protest. this is unacceptable. >> reporter: they banded together. >> countless visits to the post office to the mailbox wondering what's going on. >> reporter: after neighborhoods' requests fell on deaf ears when abc 7 news got involved this is started showing up and the postmaster's response. >> the post master called me yesterday and assured me he would look into it. >> reporter: along with the mail neighborhoods were delivered some transparency. >> the challenge really is because of the high cost of living in that area especially san francisco. >> want to thank you very much for reaching out to us so he could look into it. >> reporter: with many carriers
preparing to retire the need for long-time career carriers is severe. >> i would say the city as a whole probably needs at least 200 carriers just on the street. in the bay area we're probably needing right now at least 600 new employees. >> reporter: other neighbors told us they are still waiting for their missing mail, but are happy it's at least coming. otilia just wants to make sure this isn't a temporary fix. >> this is a promise not only just from me, but from us, from the city postmaster himself we're going to take care of this. our customers are too important to us. >> reporter: in san francisco, dion lim, abc 7 news. community coming together to make things happen. still ahead on "abc 7 mornings," it's only september but we're thinking about halloween. up next we'll take you inside the new tour at the winchester mystery house full of scares for the season. >> and here is a live look from the east bay hills. that is gorgeous.
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in the bahamas and 1300 remain missing. the second annual foundation golf tournament tees off on friday in newport beach at the resort at pelican hill. there were concerns another tropical storm was going through the bahamas hand has veered off course. >> the tropical storm humberto is north of there and heading northeast away from our east coast as well. outside, we have beautiful skies right now. this is from our walnut creek camera. we've got a little bit of the orange there. some clear conditions over parts of the interior valley, but we also have a lot of marine clouds heading our way. that's going to increase, bringing us a chance of rain tomorrow. i'll let you know how much wet weather you can expect in your neighborhood. >> a rare trip to florida for stanford against ucf. it quickly turned into a it quickly turned into a cardinal ...6, 7, 8 it quickly turned into a cardinal ♪ ♪
welcome back. week two of the nfl season, the raiders and 49ers hoping to get off to a 2-0 start. the niners take on the bengals at paul brown stadium at 10:00 a.m. an the silver and black battle the chiefs at central coliseum. kickoff 1:05 this afternoon. next saturday stanford stanford opens pac-12 play against oregon. yesterday the cardinal make the trek to florida to face ucf.
abc 7 sports anchor chris alvarez has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> nobody said stanford's football schedule was easy. the cardinal opened against northwestern, went to usc and are at central florida on saturday. they host oregon next week. stanford alum tiger woods with his girlfriend who is a ucf alum, tiger lives in florida, easy commute for him. first drive for the night, gabriel 28-yard strike to williams. 7-0 golden knights. gabriel slings it again downfield, this time a 38-yard connection to trey nixon, 21-0. gabriel a true freshman. stanford on the board down 21-0. jones, 35 yards weaving in and out of traffic and stanford has something to root for. it's 21-7. ucf scored a touchdown on the first four drives of the game. gabriel 347 yards and four scores stanford lose 45-27. cal looking to bust in the top 25 rankings and improve another week. first quarter scoreless.
brown jr. two yards and in. later in the first, cal up 13-0 over north texas. garrbers finding ramijio and then a little spin, half circle, into the end zone, 20-0. cal slowed down but the defense comes in. weaver like a heat-seeking missile. fine throws it up, hit, burke wth the pick, cal holds on 23-17. 3-0 this year. >> i really love the way the guys compete and our effort is good. our standard, you know, how we play in terms of our grit and toughness is there. now all we got to do is raise the standard of execution. >> started out strong, executed well. give it to north texas, they're a hard team and great coaches and we hit a lull but we have to come out and execute more. >> we were going to lead into the a's game discussing the wildcard race but mike fire's face changed all that. saturday in arlington, look at
him. call that a half beard style? thought it was unique and tried to change his luck. but didn't work. in the second inning after a balk call, the team trainer comes out to check him, stays in the game and then gives up a two-run shot. right center and gone. he would leave the game with nerve irritation in his arm. not what the a's want to see. hopefully he can get back quickly. down 3-0, matt chapman changes it. 33rd of the year. goes 7-5 in the eighth. the other matt, how about olson digging that out, his 34th of the season. remember he missed a month and a half with a hand injury. a's win 8-6, stay atop the wildcard chase. giants hosting the marlins. madison baumgartner, fifth inning, prado to deep a track on it. at the warning track. what a catch at the wall. prado got to tip your cap sometimes. seventh inning scoreless until
center, baumgartner, seven innings, two earned, three strikeouts and the home run. bottom seven, two on for solano. triples alley. two runs will score. we're all tied up at 2-2. anderson, ball hung up there a little bit. rojas just misses a home run. the marlins win 4-2. bruce bochy three wins away from 2,000 for his career. >> big week two in the nfl, niners visit the bengals and the raiders host the chiefs. have a great sunday. >> what do we think of that beard, frances? into it? not sure? >> fascinating facial hair. didn't bring him luck. changes to the weather pattern. onshore flow bringing us more cloud cover and even some fog this morning as you can see here with live doppler 7 andhe satellite image, clouds, picking up green, some returns from the doppler showing us there's moisture out there in some of
the clouds and also what you'll notice is that sea breeze is pushing through all the way into the east bay as well. so we have gusts up to 17 miles per hour in san francisco, up to 20 miles per hour in fairfield and that's going to drive temperatures down for today. a look, live shot from the east bay hills towards mt. diablo. the sunrises in a few minutes and the low clouds cascading from the coast. san jose 60 and gilroy 53. mount tam, above the low clouds. you can see the clouds aren't that thick and so we will get more sunshine this afternoon once again. santa rosa is 53 and there we've had quite a bit of fog develop this morning. where visibility has dropped down to a fourth of a mile. fairfield 59, concord 61 degrees. find gray skies over the golden gate bridge right now. here's what you can expect for the forecast. we've got breezy conditions at the coast and that's going to drive temperatures to be much
cooler inland, increasing clouds overnight as this area of low pressure moves to our north and that's going to bring us a chance of showers for tomorrow. in fact, here's our accuweather seven-day forecast outlook. looping at the last six hours and we're showing you the increasing cloud cover and this is all due to an area of low pressure and this cold front will sweep through tomorrow bringing us increasing clouds tonight. so this morning into this afternoon, we'll see some high clouds passing through. tomorrow morning, gray skies even some light rain falling near cloverdale and the latest model run a stronger push of rain during the 10:00 hour. so late morning to lunch time is when we could see the heaviest rain move through the bay area and clears by the afternoon and then it might even bring some light snow to the sierra. shower potential less than a quarter of an inch. in fact this one is more aggressive right now showing up to a quarter in half moon bay, 0.2 in san francisco, but only
0.05 in november. 0.1 in mountain view. highs will be cooler inland, only going to hit the mid 80s there like fafd 86 antioch 84. oakland 72 and san jose 79. we're a little below normal. temperatures have really come down over the last few days. lows tonight will be in the 50s and 60s with the clouds and fog returning. the clouds moving in overnight and fog tomorrow morning. the seven-day forecast, cooling continues today more sharply noticeable in the inland areas and around the bay, mid 70s at the coast mid 60s. chance of showers tomorrow. mainly for the north bay but the model runs have been changing. tomorrow will be below average. we warm up on tuesday before another system passes to our north so wednesday and thursday a little cooler and then werm w
waking up early to get the views. >> the gorgeous clouds to look at. if you're joining us this morning it's pretty outside. >> >> it's still september but time to get ready for a fright. the winchester mystery house is getting into the halloween spirit with an all new tour. abc 7 journalist justin dorsey takes us into never before seen locations on the unhinged tour. >> this house is cursed. walk into this house, you will never come out. >> reporter: the winchester mystery house is a historic landmark in san jose, you've never contain -- take an tour here like this before. sara is opening the doors to her home and taking you into the world of unhinged. >> it's time. the house is coming. you must go. save yourselves. >> unhinged like something we've never tried before. it is something that is a direct result of a lot of guests asking us for more of a scary immersive experience this time of year. >> we've been open almost 100
years and so lucky we remain a popular attraction, but a lot of our guests like coming here at night and they like to have a different type of experience and i think this time of year is the perfect time to offer that. >> i was expecting it to be a little more like historical but spooky because it was dark. >> i had done this twice before. a historical aspect of it and that's not what we did. >> there's no comparable. >> i've been through these rooms, but not like this. ♪ >> winchester mystery house is unique. we're a landmark on the registry. sara winchester inherited the fortune and she started building this house and didn't stop for 38 straight years. what isn't unique about the winchester mystery house. it has doors that lead to nowhere, stairs that lead to the ceiling. it has 160 roo
it's 25,000 square feet. and it was in a constant state of becoming during winchester's lifetime. we're not sure why she built it the way she did. >> so many things to be excited about. i can't wait to see the guest's reaction to the show. it's something that will blow them away. we are featuring parts of the house that have never been been seen like areas of the basement that have not been seen since sara's time and the show in the front gardens i think will blow people away. >> it was better than what i expected. >> i like the jump scares because i like being frightened. >> my voice is like this because i was screaming in there. >> i only screamed a million times. anything that jumps out at me or slams i'm on the ceiling. >> this time of year people really enjoy doing things at night and in the spirit of the season and what better place to do it than winchester mystery house. i don't think there's anywhere else you can have an experience like you will with unhinged. >> definitely something to check
as part of a fright fest at six flags magic mountain in santa clarita. the coffin challenge started friday afternoon and ended last night. contestants had to stay in their coffin at all times even eating they were only allowed to leave the coffin for bathroom breaks and elimination challenges. the winner received $666. six flags discovery will host their own coffin challenge next weekend. we've been talking about this off line and you made the point which makes it better that maybe they had it open partially. >> yeah. >> wasn't like claustrophobic. >> lying there looking out at the>> let's get a final check o the weather. >> okay. sharply cooler for inland communities today with a stronger onshore flow. inland areas in the mid 80s like fairfield 86. 70s at the coast 60s where the breeze will keep things cooler
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