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this is "abc 7 mornings." good morning. it's sunday, september 15th. i'm liz kreutz. here is meteorologist frances dinglas dinglasan. >> good morning, everyone. big changes on the way. you can see it with live doppler 7. the marine layer is making a comeback. we're seeing increased cloud cover, even some fog this morning. visibility has been limited in santa rosa to a fourth of a mile this morning. it's getting a little bit better in half moon bay. you'll see some high clouds as well. and this is ahead of a front coming our way, bringing us some rain, possibly, tomorrow. for today, you can expect breezy conditions on the coast throughout the day. the onshore flow will mean a cooler afternoon for everyone. around the bay, mid-70s. at the coast, mid-60s, liz. >> thanks, frances. a portion o
101 is shut down this after the chp says a car drove through construction work. officers tried to pull the car over because the driver didn't follow traffic controls. but now the two people inside that car are refusing to get out. this is happening between river road and airport boulevard. chp first tweeted about this. you can see here, just about 7:00 this morning, and says the standoff continues. there was no estimated time for when the lanes will reopen. and developing news, berkeley police are investigating a deadly hit and run near the ashby b.a.r.t. station just before 10:30 last night at adeline street and ashby avenue. officers arrived and found the victim on the street. police are looking for the suspect but have not released details about the driver or their car. the victim has not been identified. new details about a freeway shooting last night in vallejo. all lanes of interstate 80 are back open this morning. 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. four hours later the lanes reopened. 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 police. 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.
now, 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 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has the story. >> my dad heard that help was needed outside. he went outside, and being the helpful person he was, it 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 masterson and 38th. >> reporter: perez, his brother, and sister-in-law were all shot by a man apparently starting a fight with the bar's bartender. >> i thought he would make it, because he was talking. the lady over there wasn't saying anything, 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. >> it's heartbreaking 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. they gathered to remember the man who brought so much to their lives. >> what i miss about my dad is getting to do simple things with him, getting to talk with him, getting just to sit down in that truck, learn stories, talk stories, listen to music with him. >> and the man who allegedly shot the group was arrested. police have not identified him. in the newsroom, sleece amin gulezian, abc 7 news. president trump will be here in the bay area in two days for reelection fundraiser. this will be his first visit since he took office. his campaign has not revealed the location ofs politico reported that it would
be in atherton but now that has changed, according to our media partner "the mercury news." atherton police say he won't be there. activists are hoping to fly a giant trump balloon during the event. mr. trump was last here in 2016 when he was running for the republican nomination. you might remember his appearance in burlingame drew protests, even leaving some people bloody. now to a bizarre story we've been following this weekend. a protester was arrested after throwing what appears to be blood and a feminine hygiene product at senators at the state capital on friday. this all happened in the senate chamber during the final day of the legislative session. a local senator is now telling us how it all happened. abc 7 news reporter luz pena has those details. >> reporter: they 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 orinda and other parts of the east bay, a protester threw a red liquid from the visitors' gallery and it hit at least eight senators. the protester yelled. >> "this is the blood of the dead babies," something like that. >> reporter: the protester was identified as rebecca dalelio. she was arrested on six charges including assault and vandalism. >> i had a drop on my head, my clothes, of course 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, we call them anti-vaxors. >> reporter: the group disrupted hearings. one of the groups outside the
capital denounced the act. >> we're peaceful parents, mothers and fathers. >> reporter: what's your message to that protester? >> simply that that horrible conduct achieved nothing, it wa politically stupid, and pragmatically it 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 around noon. and you can see here the burned-out garage as well as a car that went up in flames. there is no word on whether anyone was hurt or what caused the fire. taking a live look now at san francisco international airport, where it seems those delays and cancellations may be easing as a main runway is under construction. the runway has been closed for more than a week now 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. now, san francisco firefighters put a few vips through their paces to see how tough working in the fire service really is. a handful of elected officials and repo pn t traies here is abc 7 news anchor >> rorr: to wor l firefighter, you have to dress like one, in the protective outerwear they call turnouts, topped off with a surprisingly heavy helmet after a few adjustments, of course. then outside to practice a scenario. >> this is a lot of stuff to do this job. >> we're about to do a search and rescue evolution. >> reporter: this rock file
simulates a collapsed building with people possibly collapsed underneath. my job is to send rescue dog vita to serve for victims. >> search! >> reporter: it takes less than a minute for vita to locate a firefighter pretending to be trapped. 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 which are loose and moving under your feet, in this outfit, it's tough. >> reporte thiinternl soesh association of firefighters union. it's designed to send an important message to san francisco's elected officials about the equipment firefihters need to do their jobs. >> when we ask for certain things, it's just coming from our experiences that you guys have no idea about whatsoever. >> reporter: the union is also worried about losing the department's extensive training facility on treasure island. it allows them to train for structure fires as well as water
rescues on the bay. but they're supposed to move out by 2024 to make room for new development. supervisor aaron peskin says the department will have a top training center. it just may not be here. >> whether it is at treasure island or 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 similar training facility for decades to come. >> reporter: eric thomas, abc 7 news. >> when he go through heat waves, it's even harder for our first responders. thankfully there is some relief. >> yes, and luckily we don't have to wear all that gear. here is a live shot from santa cruz where we're seeing some blue skies early on. it's going to be a cooler day for everyone because of the stronger sea breeze and onshore flow. i'll have your numbers and when you can expect some rain in the forecast. >> that's some good news. also next, escalating
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processing facility in saudi arabia and a major oil field, sparking massive fires. flames, seen here glowing saturday. the smoke billowing in the satellite images. houthi rebels in yemen claiming responsibility for the attack. president trump calling the saudi crown prince mohammed bin salman saturday to offer his support for saudi arabia's self-defense. the white house said in a statement. but while the white house hasn't publicly blamed anyone for the attack, secretary of state mike pompeo is calling out iran, tweeting, tehran is behind nearly 100 attacks on saudi arabia. amid all the calls for deescalation, iran has launched an unprecedented attack on the world's energy supply. there is no evidence the attacks came from yemen. we call on all nations to publicly and unequivocally condemn iran's attacks. the effect of these latest attacks already rippling through saudi arabia.
saudi aramco, the state-owned oil giant, says these latest attacks resulted in production suspension of 5.7 million barrels of crude oil per day. roughly 5% of global oil production. the disruption could mean a spike in oil prices if saudis can't turn production back on quickly, which could eventually mean higher gasoline prices here at home. secretary of state mike pompeo also says the united states is working with its allies to ensure iran is held accountable for its aggressions. meanwhile, a source tells abc 7 news saudi arabia is threatening to raise oil prices because they're having a difficult time trying to stop those drone attacks. stephanie ramos, abc 7 news at the white house. >> we'll have to see if those ripple effects impact all of us here at home. in the east bay this weekend, dozens of military men and women in the reserves are preparing for the worst. they created a straining scenario which looked very real, a field hospital where victims
were7 newseporter cornell barnard has the story. first, a quick warning, remember, this was only a drill. >> reporter: this drill in dublin looked like the real ting. a combat scenario involving mass casualties. >> gunshot, man. >> i don't know where i got shot. it hurts. >> reporter: medics, doctors, and nurses from the u.s. army and navy reserve working together. >> we prefer to train and train and train and get it right and learn and then be ready should we ever get called off. >> right now i'm insiditary hos. this place i hu.agaiotreal,ut it cenly looks like it is. >> one, two, re down. >> peo are used to working in but is different in the tve as o supplies. >> reporter: field hospitals
like these could be used in times of disaster like erthquakes or hurricanes. >> learning to work together as a team can be applied to any scenario. >> reporter: they'll go back to work next week better trained and ready to serve if needed. cornell barnard, abc 7 news. vallejo has a new police chief named to the position. he just needs to pass a background check. williams will take over for the previous chief who announced his retirement in june. vallejo police department has had a rough year with controversy over a deadly shooting at a taco bell drive-through and the violent arrest of a marine veteran caught on video. stanford revealed it received a $50,000 donation from late billionaire and accused sex trafficker jeffrey epstein's foundation. the ft was in 2004, two years before epstein was first arrested for pleaded guilty in . epstein was arrested for sex
trafficking this past july, as you probably remember, and died by suicide last month while awaiting trial. stanford says the 2004 donation is the only one it received from the foundation. heads up, b.a.r.t. trains are down to one track between the orinda and walnut creek stations. b.a.r.t. crews are performing major upgrades on the track this weekend. the work has 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 years old are being replaced. more delays and possible closures are expected through october. everyone's waking up thinking, is it going to be hot today, is it going to rain? meteorologist frances dinglasan is tracking the forecast. >> not as hot, liz, and the rain is coming. here's a look at live doppler 7 and the satellite image. you'll feel a little cooler as you step out the door this morning, and we're also seeing a lot more cloud cover that has extended into the bay and even
into parts of the east bay. a live camera shot from emeryville looking out towards san francisco. a very different picture and a very different start this morning. temperatures running cooler than they were 24 hours ago. in san francisco it's 68. san jose, 63. gilroy and half moon bay at 61. if we go above those low clouds, here's a live view from mt. tam, we also see high clouds in the distance. we'll see that this afternoon as well once the marine layer pulls back to the coast this afternoon. that's all ahead of a front heading our way, bringing us a chance of showers tomorrow. right now in santa rosa, still 53, visibility is down to a fourth of a mile. we've had fog this morning in santa rosa. we haven't seen fog in a while. na napa, 60. 60s right now. low clouds at the golden gate bridge as well.
here's what you can expect, breezy conditions at the coast. that sea breeze that pushes through will bring us much cooler temperatures inland today. we already saw the cooling yesterday at the coast. we'll see increasing clouds overnight and then the chance of showers tomorrow. and we're tracking that. the model runs change a little bit. here's the satellite image over the last six hours. we've got increasing clouds, all due to an area of low pressure. this cold front will sweep through tomorrow late morning. i'll show you the timing of that. for today, 10:00 this morning, we'll see clouds at the coast. we'll see mostly sunny conditions this afternoon. tomorrow morning, for the start of the commute, we could see some spotty showers around the bay as well, increasing clouds for tomorrow as well. then we could see some more heavier rain and showers move through during the late morning nging a cnce sierra tomorrow.the
shower potential, they've been also changing the last few models runs, but generally less than a quarter inch. some areas might not get much at all, some areas less than an at the point of an inch. san francisco, 15/100ths. today's highs will be a little cooler for inland communities. we'll top out at the mid-80s today like antioch and fairfield, 86. san francisco with that sea breeze, we're closer to normal. 67 degrees. oakland, 72 degrees. san jose, 79. overnight lows will be in the 50s and 60s with those spotty showers starting to move through during the early morning hours. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. so cooling continues, but more significantly today for the inland areas. the chance of showers and even cooler weather tomorrow as the front moves through, we get a break on tuesday, then a little bit cooler mid-week, then warm against next weekend. >> i love the heat. the mornings have that crisp
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park. the eighth painted lady was designed and created by local artist j. manuel corona. donations made at the event help support a home for the historical society. the st. gregory's armenian food festival in san francisco, 5,000 people over three days get to enjoy live music, dancing, art, and authentic homemade food. you may have caught dion lim enjoying herself. the party continues today from noon to 5:00. at the presidio, korean dance and food was on display at one of the most important holidays in korea, where family and friends gather and recognize their ancestors. yesterday was the first time the
>> announcer: news to build a better bay area. this is "abc 7 mornings." good morning on this sunday. we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather. here's meteorologist frances dinglasan in for lisa argen. good morning, lisa -- frances, not lisa. >> good morning, liz, good morning, everyone. you'll notice the air, it's a lot cooler out there. we'll have a great start this morning for many areas especially around the bay and near the coast.
you can see it here with live doppler 7 and the cloud cover, that increased sea breeze will bring us cooler temperatures this afternoon, especially for inland areas. so here is your 12-hour planner today. breezy at the coast throughout the day. mostly sunny by lunchtime around the bay and inland areas, in the 70s. this afternoon it's cooler, only the mid-80s for inland areas. no more 90s. and around the bay, mid-70s. at the coast we're cooled down, yesterday, mid-60s. increasing clouds tonight for shower chances tomorrow. i'll tell about you that, coming up, liz. >> sounds good, thanks, frances. developing news, at least 21 people are hurt after a deck collapsed at a three-story home on the jersey shore during the annual new jersey convention. abc 7 news reporter caylee hearten has the latest. >> reporter: overnight, a terrifying scene in new jersey. this multilevel deck collapsing, trapping several people underneath the rubble. >> ems respond across the street for structural collapse.
>> reporter: neighbors and witnesses quickly jumping into action. >> i could hear the people over there calling for help. i told the dispatcher what happened, where i was, and they sent the people out. >> reporter: emergency crews rushing to the complex, working to free those stuck under debris. >> multiple injuries reported. >> reporter: at least 21 people hospitalized including three children. branchville, new jersey fire chief john fratto was on the middle deck with fellow firefighters and family members, all visiting for convention. >> the upper deck came down on us, which made us trapped. there was just a lot of yelling and screaming going heroically another young child. >> he climbed up the rubble, grabbed her off the deck, and at the same time of him grabbing, the deck collapsed. >> reporter: earlier this summer nearly aps in marynd
in e than a dozen were hurt after a deck suddenly gave out touringduring a party in ne. >> when you see these two decks collapsed on top tr and released. kaylee hartung, abc 7 news, wildwood, new jersey. now to the presidential race and the democratic candidates out on the campaign trail in force. they're looking to capitalize on any momentum they may have created at the latest debate. >> reporter: the democratic pesidential hopefuls are back on the campaign trails addressing some of the same issues covered in the debate. beto o'rourke pledging on thursday -- >> hell yes, we're going to take your ar-15. >> reporter: standing by his commitment to end gun violence. >> what if we decided we were no longer going to allow the sale of those weapons of war in our communities? >> reporter: senator cory booker hosting a gun reform panel at the congressional black caucus foundation. >> this urgency we need to awaken america to the size and the gravity of this problem so that 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 for b human rights. >> reporter: and biden looking to counter concerns over his age, announcing he will release his medical records before the iowa caucus. >> will you release your medical records? >> yes, what the hell concerns? man, you want to 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. those gop challengers criticizing the move in a "washington post of the op ed. the president tweeting he has a 94% approval rating with republicans. but the latest poll has that figure at 82%.
abc 7 news, washington. democratic presidential candidate beto o'rourke is returning to the bay area this week. this is video from his individual to san francisco in april when people packed the irish cultural center for town hall meeting. he's plan to go visit san quentin prison on wednesday. he'll stop in oakland on thursday. o'rourke was supposed to visit california in august but canceled due to the mass shooting in his hometown of he will pa el paso. we're looking for solutions for problems some of us face every day. a neighborhood in san francisco is dealing with a dilemma. there hadn't been any mail delivery for almost a month. abc 7 news anchor dion lim went to >> reporter: never has this woman been so excited to see a mail carrier >> i was overjoyed, this is
amazing. >> reporter: because, she says, she and her neighbors have suffered with spotty mail service for years and in recent weeks it reached a fever pitch. >> we had a crisis recently where my neighbors and i didn't receive mail for three weeks. >> reporter: dozens of neighbors shared the same outrage and fears the postal service was underserving their community. >> i'm down for protest. this is unacceptable. >> reporter: so they banded together. >> countless visits to the post office wondering what's going on. >> reporter: after neighbors' requests fell on deaf ears, finally when abc 7 news got involved, this started showing up and the postmaster's response. >> the postmaster himself called me yesterday and assured me he would look into it. >> reporter: along with mail, the neighbors were delivered some transparency. >> it's the high cost of living in that area, especially san francisco. we want to thank you very much for reaching out to us so we can look into it. >> reporter: with many carriers
preparing to retire, the need for long time career carriers is severe. >> the city needs 200 carriers just on the street. in the bay area we're probably needing at least 600 new employees. >> reporter: other neighbors told us they're still waiting for their otelia just wants to make sure this isn't just a temporary fix. >> this is a promise not only just from me but from us, we're going to take care of this. our customers are too important to us. >> reporter: in san francisco, dion lim, abc 7 news. >> good example of the community come together to get something done. still ahead on "abc 7 mornings," it's only september but we're already thinking about halloween. coming up, we'll take you inside the new tour at the winchester mystery house that's full of scares for the season. and here is a live look right now from the sutro tower. frances dinglasan will have your forecast.
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welcome back. warriors shooting guard klay thompson says he'll donate his proceeds from a celebrity golf tournament to hurricane relief efforts in the bahamas. he made the announcement in an instagram post, where he also slammed the trump administration for not granting temporary protective status to people displaced in the bahamas. his father was born in nassau. dorian is blamed for 50 deaths in the bahamas, 1,300 people are still missing. the golf tournament tees off at pelican hall. frances, i know there were fears another storm was going to go through the bahamas. sounds like that has veered off
course. >> it's tracking farther east, away from our east coast as well, so great news there for everyone. we are dealing with low clouds and fog this morning, and that increased onshore flow is bringing us cooler temperatures and a hint of a chance of showers tomorrow. also next, a rare trip to florida against 17th ranked ucf quickly turned into a cardinal nightmare.
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standoff we told you about at the beginning of the show. one suspect we learned has been arrested. and lanes on highway 101 have reopened. a portion of it was shut down for two hours after chp says a car drove through construction work. officers tried to pull the car over because the driver didn't follow traffic controls. the two people inside that car refused to get out. now, in sports, it's week two of the nfl season. both the raiders and 49ers hoping to get off to a 2-0 start. the niners take on the bengals at 10:00 a.m. and the silver and black battle the chiefs, kickoff at 1:05 this afternoon. next saturday, sanford opposite pac-10 pray at home. chrissal v alvarez has the highs in this morning's sports. >> nobody ever said stanford's footballeasy.
eyloda on saturday host orego stanford alum tiger woods with his girlfriend who is a ucf alum. strike to marlin williams. later in the first, gabriel slings it again downfield, this time a 38-yard connection to tray nixon. 21-0. gabriel, the quarterback, a true freshman. austin jones, 35 yards, weaving in and out of traffic. and stanford's got something to root for. it's 21-7. ucf scored a touchdown on their first four drives the game. gabriel has four scores and stanford falls to 1-2, they lose. cal looking to bust into the top 25 rankings and trying to improve on another week. christopher brown jr., two yards and in. 13-0 over north texas.
ramijio, a little spin, half circle, he's in the end zone. cal is often slowed down. the defense comes in. weaver like a heat seeking missile. madison fine throws it up and cal holds on, 23-17, now 3-0 this year. >> i really love the way the guys compete. our standard to, you know, how we play in terms of our grit and toughness is there, now we've got to raise the standard of execution. >> i thought we started out really strong, executed really well, gives north texas, they're a hard, gritty team, we had a lull after that but we have to come out and execute more. >> we're going to lead into the a's game discussing the wild crd game by mike fiers' face changed all that. we call that a half beard style. he thought it was unique and tried to change his look, but it didn't work. in the second inning, he stays
in the game for a little bit and gives up a two-run shot. right center and gone. he would leave the game with irritation in his arm, not what the a's want to see. matt chapman, a three-run tying shot to the left. now he goes 7-5 in the eighth. how about olson digging that one out, his 34th of the season. he missed a month and a half to a hand injury. a's stay atop the wild car hill. martin prado to deep field. what a catch at the wall. martin prado got to tip your cap sometimes. seventh inning, two-run shot to center. bumgarner, three strikeouts and the home run. donovan solano ripping one at
triple alley. we're all tied up at 2. sean anderson, ball hung up there a little bit. miguel rojas just misses a home run. marlins win 4-2, still three wins away for 2 thousand for his career. have a great sunday. let's get to our weather. frances, if there's one thing i remember from this morning it's going to be that beard. >> yeah, fascinating facial hair. all right. for us, what you'll need is maybe a hoodie this morning. that's ffen 'reeing lots of era rnd an increased onshorethive ler tte age. moved in across the bay. we start around the bay area. emeryville looking at san francisco in the distance, temperatures running a bit cooler. san francisco is currently 58. san jose, 64. half moon bay, 61 degrees.
this time i want to take you to the top of mt. sutro, you can see the top of it peeking out under those clouds in san francisco. that's what we're looking at. santa rosa, 54 degrees where we've had lots of fog this morning. napa, 60. low 60s in fairfield, concord, and livermore. it is definitely a lot cooler this morning in most spots. check out santa rosa, 18 degrees cooler compared to yesterday at you'll need possibly a light layer as you head out the door. especially near the coast. here is the satellite/radar image over the last six hours. what we're really tracking is an area of low pressure to our north. and this is going to slide through the bay area tomorrow, bringing us the chance of sher soater on thimornin cudint most the early morning part of the commute. they'll be hit and miss. we might get some heavier,
steadier rain during the late morning during 10:00 in the morning, moving through the peninsula and even into the east bay. then it clears by the afternoon. also bringing a chance of light snow to the sierra. so rainfall amounts, they've been changing with each model run, generally less than a quarter inch, maybe even less than a tenth of an inch in some spots. san francisco, 16/100ths of an inch. highs today are going to be a lot cooler for inland communities. you'll notice the change, only mid-80s today. 90s are gone. it's going to be breezy at the beaches. at the coast, we saw a change yesterday with the temperatures. it's going to be on the cool side once again. san francisco, 67. oakland, 72. san jose, 79, with s 84 degrees. overnight lows with those thick
clouds, we could see showers tmorrow morning and lows will be in the mainly upper 50s to low 60s, even some mid-60s out there. so get ready for some wet weather. however, we have quite a bit of changes in the accuweather seven-day forecast. so we have cooling continuing, especially noticeable for england areas today. and then with increasing clouds, a chance of showers. tomorrow, most likely late morning for most of us. temperatures also coming down even a bit more. tuesday, sunnier, a little bit warmer. then we have another system passing through, bringing us some cooler temperatures wednesday, thursday, before we rebound and we'll have mild to warm and sunnier conditions for next weekend, so that timing's not bad. >> we're holding onto summer as long as we can, thanks, frances. it's still september but already time to get ready for our frights. the winchester mystery house is getting into the halloween spirit with an all new tour. abc 7 news journalist dustin dorsey has more on the unhinged
tour. >> the house is cursed. you walk into this house, you will never come out. >> reporter: the winchester mystery house is a historic landmark in san jose. but you've never taken a tour here like this before. sarah winchester is opening the doors of her home and taking you into the horrifying world of unhinged. >> it's time. the house is coming. you must go. save yourselves. >> reporter: unhinged is like something we've ever, ever tried before. >> it is something that is a direct result of a lot of guests asking us for more of kind of a scary, immersive experience this time of year. we've been open almost a hundred years. we're so lucky that we still remain a very popular attraction. but a lot of our guests do like coming here at night, and they like to have a different type of experience. i think this time of year is the perfect time to offer it. >> i was expecting it to be a little more historical, but just spooky because it was dark. >> i've done this tour twice before, it was more of an
historical aspect. that's not what we did. >> there's no comparable. i've been through these rooms, but not like this. >> winchester mystery house is incredibly unique. we're a landmark. we're on the registry. sarah winchester inherited the fortune for the winchester arms company 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 nowhere, stairs that lead to the ceiling. it has 160 rooms. it's 25,000 square feet. and it was in a constant state of becoming during sarah winchester's lifetime. we're not sure why she built it the way she did. >> i can't wait to see the guests' reaction to the show. i think it's something that is just going to blow them away. we're featuring parts of the house that have never before been seen like areas of basement that have not been seen since sarah's time. and the show here in the front
gardens will blow people away. >> it was better than what i expected. i like the jump scarce because i like being frightened. >> my voice is like this because i was screaming in there. >> i screamed a million times. anything that jumps out at me or slams, i'm on the ceiling. my voice is even hoarse. >> this time of year people enjoy doing things at night and then in the spirit of the season, what better place to do it than winchester mystery house? i don't think there's anywhere else where you can have an experience like you will with unhinged. >> if that's your kind of thing, a near death experience. what contestants had to do to
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new this morning, several brave souls spent part of their weekend challenging themselves in a test that's really perfect for this time of year but you have to admit, a little crazy. they spent 30 hours in a coffin as part of fright fest sixagic a lttants had ton coffin at all even eating meals in allowed to leave their coffin for bathroom breaks and elimination challenges. if you're into it, six flags discovery kingdom in will host their own coffin handling next weekend. it doesn't seem like enough of a
prize but frances, as you said, it's not fully enclosed. maybe it's a little better. >> it is, it looks like you can do some reading in there and relax. still wouldn't do it, though. all right. but i would definitely get out there and enjoy the nice weather this afternoon, especially inland. it's going to be a lot more comfortable. and we will have mostly sunny conditions, inland in the mid-80s, breezy at the coast. only 60s at the coast, some low 70s around the bay. you might need an umbrella tomorrow, we have the chance of showers moving in tomorrow morning, clearing by the afternoon, even cooler weather tomorrow before we start to rebound things on tuesday, and then really rebound things for next weekend. >> nice little break in there for us from this heat. all right, thanks, everyone, for joining us on "abc 7 mornings" i'm liz kreutz in for aaron, and frances dinglasan in for lisa argen. our news continues at 5:00 p.m.
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