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we're preparing to be able to get people the booster if they need. >> this morning a significant endorsement of covid booster shots. the cdc has signed off on the third vaccine dose for some people with compromised immune systems. good morning, everybody. it's saturday, august 14th. you're watching abc news at 5 a.m. i'm liz kreutz. first let's go over to lisa argen for a check on the air quality advisory in the bay area that's been extended through the weekend. >> that's right, liz. good morning to you. we do have that advisory, standard for air quality.
we are still well below what would be considered hazardous. there's elevated smoke. as we look at live doppler 7 you can see some of the cloud cover, even mist along the coast. we had moisture yesterday, allowing for wet weather off shore, but nothing reaching the land. as we get back to our advisory, we'll be looking at the hazy conditions inland. temperatures are gonna come up. we'll keep it hazy, hot inland with moderate air quality through sunday with that advisory. then by monday and tuesday, we'll see more of a stronger on shore push, clearing things up. 59 in san leandro, 59 berkeley. numbers in the north bay up. it will be hazy and hot inland. the hazyiest in the upper elevations of the north and east bay. otherwise, we'll see sunshine and clouds clearing with numbers rising through the mid to upper 90s inland. earlier sunset at 8:03. we'll talk about heat lingering into sunday and the week ahead
which features cooler weather. liz? >> thank you. more on that big news on vaccines. the cdc has endorsed booster shots for americans with weakened immune systems. bay area walgreen's and cvs stores tell us they are ready to administer the shot. dan ashley has more. >> as soon as we find out we will need to have to booster people, we are going to be ready to do it. >> reporter: dr. fauci said teams are studying real-time data on everyone else, tracking how much immunity tapers off over time before determining if and when the general population will get boosters. and now the director for the cdc says the cdc does not recommend additional doses for booster shots for any other population at this time. she got her third shot. >> i'm just so relieved and not only for myself, but for the
thousands of other patients that will now have the opportunity to get the booster shots. >> reporter: one study shows the chance of a vaccinated transplanted patient getting a break through infection is 82 times higher and the risk of hospitalization or death 485 times higher. in dallas, hospitals say they're running out of icu beds. >> we're more likely, if they have covid, we don't have one. your child will wait for another child to die. >> that was dan ashley reporting. contra costa county announced next month first responders like firefighters, emergency medical personnel will have to provide proof of vaccination. we asked the county's health officer if that means workers could be fired if they don't comply. he said that will be up to the employer but went on to say this. >> it is a legal order. and it's required to be
followed. and so the agency would have to really prevent those staff from working in the field responding to 911 calls, responding to field calls. so it really requires any staff who are responding to field calls and high risk facilities going to hospitals, going to nursing homes, going to jails, homeless shelters, residential living facilities, that they have to comply with these requirements. >> if they don't provide proof they'll have to under go weekly testing. in person visit to santa rita jail has been suspended. the sheriff's office say it is due to a rise in covid cases. professional noncontact appointments are still available. this morning we've learned san francisco county jail hasvia po there's no word on how soon that
could be. and as covid cases continue to rise, home testing kits are becoming a hot commodity. em. >>epr:s delta variant at home tests have become a popular item at the checkout counter. they're 24 bucks a box, take just minutes to use, and we found plenty in stock. but do they work? >> after using tens of thousands of these kits, we have a lot of confidence in the results. >> reporter: a bioprofessor ran a study of the 24th street mission bart station comparing pcr test to abbott's test and found -- >> for virus within the most infectious range, we found that the sensitivity was 99%. >> reporter: dorisi said the abbott test is so effective, it's now all they use at the
testing site. this is the abbott test. eae two tests inside.wee going . the ar that it comewith. youhole. then take the q tip and swab each nostril for 15 seconds. insert the swab into the card, swirl it, close the card and wait 15 minutes. my colleagues used the other test. >> these direct tests don't detect the genetic material of the virus. they detect the actual proteins that make up the virus. basically antibodies react on a little paper strip and turn color, like a pregnancy test. >> reporter: after a few minutes we got our results. both negative. >> they can be very accurate. there's still some concern with some of the tests, you'd want to be thoughtful about how to use it. >> reporter: but sam shed, an er
doctor, said if you follow the instructions, the tests are a powerful tool. if you're positive, you find out in minutes and can quarantine right away, rather than waiting 48 hours for pcr test results. >> it's giving people the ability to get information at home, closer to real-time. it's decreasing the burden on the health system to get tested. >> reporter: the fda authorized both tests for emergency use. kate larsen, abc news 7 news. >> next friday, san francisco is going to require proof of vaccination for indoor activities like restaurants and gyms. the easiest way is that digital vaccine record card from the state. but as melanie woodrow found out, the process has not been easy for everyone. >> reporter: californians have options when it comes to proving you're vaccinated. you can carry your card with you, take a picture on your phone or register your vaccine record digitally with the state. rick sheldon figured that last option was probably the safest.
>> i wanted to be in the system as opposed to having this card that might not even be valid in the future. >> reporter: sheldon and his wife both received the pfizer vaccine. >> her registration went very swimmingly. got her qr code right away, so i knew what was supposed to happen. but when i entered my information, there was an error and my information was not linked properly. >> reporter: a similar experience. >> when i did mine, everything came out correct. i was done in five minutes. there were no problem. my parents weren't so lucky. >> reporter: when his mom tried to register, only one dose came up. >> it was the second date and the second dose is completely missing. then with my dad, the two dates are flipped. >> reporter: the california department of public health declined an interview, but told the eye team more than 2.5 million digital records have been delivered to date and 85% of people who request the record have it delivered. when there's a delay in someone
retrieving their record, it is due to missing or incorrect contact information that was not sent to the state and, therefore, isn't in the state's system. in other words, when a vaccinated person enters into the my vaccine record portal might not match the information someone else entered and sent to the state. cdph recommends using the virtual assistant tool on the website. that's what worked for sheldon after he uploaded his i.d. and vaccination card. >> it was finally resolved and i got the code. >> reporter: chan's parents got the same but they're still waiting. >> i'm not surprised that it hasn't gone smoothingly. but the sepb of urgency, especially in pandemic, i think they'll try to fix these problems much quicker. >> reporter: for the eye team, melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. >> if you have questions about the covid-19 vaccine, you can ask the abc 7 news team at abc 7
news.com/vaccine. add chevron to the list of bay area companies delaying the return to the office because of delta variant. employees were supposed to be back at chevron headquarters next month but the rise in cases planostponing the 17 months after schools in san francisco were closed because o person. this is starting next week. the san francisco department of health had to sign off on each school to make sure the proper safety measures were in place. we are tracking back to school as part of our effort to build a better bay area. abc news education reporter has more on what the first day of school might look like. >> we are ready to resume in person learning full time for all schools for each and every student five days a week. >> reporter: this is what ready looks like in times of covid. plenty of windows that open, ventilators in the classroom, hand sanitizer, reminders to follow the safety plan and, of
course, masks for teachers and students. the san francisco health department said that should be enough to keep students safe. >> during the last academic year, out of the 48,000 students that were in school both private, public and charter, there were only seven documented cases of in school transmission. >> reporter: dr. babba said vaccinations remain a key part of their safety plan. all teachers must be vaccinated or submit to a weekly covid test. 84% of children between the ages of 12 and 17 have been vaccinated in san francisco. the health department says evidence still shows that those under 12 who are not yet eligible for the vaccine are at low risk and less likely to spread the virus. >> from the beginning of the pandemic, they only represent around 7% of cases. >> reporter: but lately we are seeing a rise in cases because of the delta variant. >> i think the reality of the delta variant is something that's on a lot of educators'
minds and students and families as well, but we feel safe and secure with the protocols in place. >> reporter: lauren goss was setting up her kindergarten class, her mother flew in from north carolina to help. she had this advice for her daughter. >> i guess take it day by day. see how the kids are doing. take care of yourself. be there for the children. >> you can look for more stories on back to school all next week on abc 7 as students return to classrooms. we'll bring you a full week of education stories on air and online. let's take a quick break and get a check outside. >> all right, liz. we have a little bit of mist and drizzle at the coach. live look outside, where temperatures are in the upper 50s. few degrees below average with some of the high clouds yesterday. we'll have a little bit of that. we'll talk about the smoke and high pressure building in to the east of us for a hazy hot
weekend inland. details are next. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead, hiring police as private security. there's a lot of controversy surrounding plan to keep san jose schools safe. we're only a month away from california's recall election. governor newsom was in the bay area to kick off a string of campaign events. what he said about the competition and the big name who may show up to support him soon. so, you have diabetes, here are some easy rules. no sugar. no pizza. no foods you love. stressed? no stress. exercise. but no days off! easy, no? no. no. no. no. but with freestyle libre 14 day, you can take the mystery out of your diabetes.
welcome back. here is a live look outside looking over the san francisco skyline this morning. we'll check in with lisa in just a moment. having police officers posted in san jose unified schools has been a matter of debate recently. it continues after the school board voted to reinstate the relationship with the san jose police department for on campus events. abc 7 news reporter dustin dorsey explains the plan. >> reporter: with san jose
unified school districtback to learning, there won't be school resource officers on middle and high school campuses. but in a unanimous decision by the school board thursday, the district agreed to continue their relationship. >> i believe part of our job is helping to ensure public safety. >> reporter: it will hire san jose police officers as private security for events after school hours like football games. at some of these events there are hundreds of events. the board said the 3-2 vote and decision is the best way to keep the community safe. >> this is a minor set back. >> reporter: crystal calhoun works with a group that helped lead the charge against officers on campuses. the group's efforts led to the removal in june. she said she is happy the sro's won't return to campus but she said she wishes the board would stop focusing on police and start focusing on the students.
>> i have children, grandchildren and we spend more time talking about police than anything. not one time have they listened to us. we want better for all students. we really want that. >> reporter: the agreement for police and school events lasts until december 31st. dustin dorsey, abc 7 news. developing news, containment dropped overnight on a wild fire in lake county. the coyote fire is 45% contained, down from 60%. it is threatening homes near highway 29 and hidden valley lake. the lake county sheriff urged residents in this area to evacuate. cal fire said it started yesterday as car fire that spread into the vegetation. it's burned 100 acres so far. cal fire crews say they are aggressively working to protect homes still in the path of the dixie fire. officials say the fire has burned more than 537,000 acres and it is 31% contained. at last count, 585 homes have been destroyed. the fire fight has been challenging, with erratic winds
and strong gusts fueling the flames. of course, smoke continues to drift over the area. smoke from california's wild fires is creating bad air all over. an air quality advisory has been extended through the weekend as smoke is expected to impact the bay area. for more on that let's get over to meteorologist lisa argen. >> hey, liz. lot of it has to do with high pressure building east of us. we have a clock wise flow around that high. that's bringing in some of that smoke. but also those winds are light. as the high builds in, our winds back off. those stronger on shore breezes will be reserved until next week. that's when we can expect a cooldown for our inland valleys. we have to heat up first.. we saw upper 80s.
our upper elevations from oregon and as we look at the upper level smoke, you'll notice all the reds. that is an indicator of that poor air quality from nevada up toward redding. for the bay area and closer to the coast where we do have that marine layer, we do have better air quality. this is the surface smoke where the blue indicates that we are looking at the good air. the blue indicates that we are looking at the good air. upper elevations for diabore haze. some of that may mix down from
time to time but overallav w an, just limited, in terms of that blue sky that we're used to seeing around here. 60 oakland. 57 in san francisco. here's a look at the low cloud deck. few sprinkles up the host. hazy skies inland. cooling down early next week. we do have is a heat advisory for lake county where the risk of heat related illnesses has increased as we leashing at high temperatures up to about 100 degrees. look at the flow of the clouds as they go clock wise. you can see that moisture. these are the high clouds. through sunday, little change. we've got the heat, haze. moisture, much more limited. doesn't look like we're going to see any thunderstorms due to that stable high pressure. upper 90s continue sunday. monday it's still hot inland. notice the bay area coast are comfortable. by tuesday, everyone cools off. 98 livermore.
look for 88 san jose. 92 in san rafael, with 71 in san francisco. accuweather seven day forecast has got the heat on today, as well as tomorrow, with near 100 inland, upper 70s to near 80 around the bay. by monday, still warm inland. rest of the week looks seasonal. temperatures coming down for a typical summer spread right through the end of next week. liz? >> all right, lisa. thank you. okay. governor newsom officially kicked off his campaign against the effort to recall him. abc 7 news was at yesterday morning's event at nanny's in the mission, where several prominent san francisco democrats joined him including the mayor. during the press conference with reporters, newsom zeroed in on larry elder, who is emerging as the top republican candidate on the ballot. >> he's to the right of donald trump, to the right of donald trump. that's what's at stake in this election. don't think for a second you
can't do damage in that role. think about the judges he'd appoint. >> he's working with president biden and kamala harris to make campaign appearances on his behalf. we caught up with one of the few democrats who was on the ballot as a replacement candidate and asked him about newsom's strategy of urging democrats to leave the second question on the ballot blank. >> we believe the democratic party is making a big mistake not having a backup democrat. leaving the second question blank is failure of our civic duty. basically, they're gambling with californians for one year by saying vote nothing on the second question. it's stupid. >> he does not want to see a republican takeover, should newsom get recalled, so people should answer that second question. you can check out the documentary about california's last recall of a governor in 2003. it's called total recalled. you will find that on the abc 7 bay area a app available for apple tv and other devices. just ahead, buying a new home.
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the amusement park said data was lost and they were forced to pay a $5,000 ransom visitors names and addresses were accessed but were not exposed. the park promises that they've taken steps to increase security. when you're looking at a home for sale, is someone looking at you? the hot real estate market has brought changes to how we do business and michael the story. >> reporter: it is a good idea to conduct business as if you're always being watched. >> there were three of them. it was interesting. there was one in the living room, one in the kitchen and then one in the master bedroom. >> reporter: vincent tracy is talking to me from his newly
purchased home. when he toured it, he spotted cameras. did they tell you that the cameras were there? >> no, no. i spotted them on my own, yeah. >> reporter: were they obvious? >> not the one in the master. to be honest -- i'm looking around to where i had seen them, too. but, yeah. one was by the fire place over here and off to the side a bit. but, no. it wasn't as obvious as you would think. >> reporter: vincent was pretty understanding saying he gets it, that sellers are vulnerable to theft. linden tree has been studying real estate cameras. >> we commissioned a survey wherein we asked sellers if they had ever used a camera, a hidden camera, to spy on potential home buyers. what we found was that three in ten are willing to admit, yeah, i have used a camera to spy on someone. and usually when they do do it, they say that they want to get the down low on what's
happening, what buyers are really saying behind the scenes. >> reporter: so, for many, spotting a thief is just a side benefit. cameras are sometimes deployed to get the upper hand in negotiations. >> i have seen some things that looked like cameras. i know some are very subtle and stuff. even in just looking around. so i'm very mindful. >> reporter: mindful of what she says, good or bad, about a property. manish has been looking for a house, too. has she thought about cameras? >> no. but now that you've mentioned it, i'll be a little more vigilant. >> reporter: so, is this legal? it's generally believed you can shoot video without any problem, but often you need permission to record audio. so sellers need to be careful, too. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. >> really good advice there. all right. still to come on abc 7 mornings, we're answering your questions about booster shots.
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smoke from california's wild fires is drifting into the bay area, meaning our weekend could look like this. an air quality advisory is in effect with that smoky haze expected to return today. good morning again, everybody. you're watching abc 7 news live on abc 7, hulu live and wherever you stream. we're going to start with another look at the forecast with lisa argen. >> hi, liz. good morning to you. you definitely could see those layers of smoke yesterday. the reason being, we have another pressure cell building into the bay area. high pressure.
that's gonna make the atmosphere not only more stable, trap some of those pollutants. it's all still going to bring in warmer temperatures inland. that's going to take a hit on the air advisory for moderate air quality, upper level smoke. you may notice that from mount diablo. at the surface, we have a stronger on shore flow and cooler weather next week. it is 62 in sunnyvale as well as cupertino. clouds in the north bay. 55 santa rosa. by 10 a.m., we are at 70 in napa as well as freemont. today is going to be hotter. notice pink up toward clover dale, 101. near 100 inland. looking at temperatures comfortable along the bay shore and coast. lighter winds though, so we'll talk about how long that heat lasts and more details about the layers of smoke in the atmosphere coming up. liz? >> all right, lisa. thank you. now to the latest on the coronavirus pandemic. california is on the brink of
recording 4 million total coronavirus cases, with more than 3.99 million in total. our test positivity rate was up friday for the third day in a roching but it is still lower than it was a week ago. more than half the state, 55% of californians, are fully vaccinated. now there is a push to get a third shot to some americans. christine sloan has more. >> reporter: the cdc officially recommending vaccine booster shots for the estimated 7 million americans with vulnerable immune systems. >> i'm just so relieved not only for myself but for the thousands of other patients that will now have the opportunity to get the booster shot. >> reporter: just hours after the announcement, walgreen's and cvs announcing they will administer third doses to eligible patients, but the nation's top health officials say more research is needed to determine whether the general public will also need a third shot. >> as soon as we find out that
we will need to have to booster people, we're gonna be ready to do it right away. >> reporter: the delta variant fueling the urgency, as 80,000 patients fill hospitals from coast to coast. the national daily case average rising 884% since mid june. dallas running out of pediatric icu beds. mean time, the university of mississippi setting up a make shift care facility in a hospital parking >> it will house patients, there will be 9icu patient. >> reporter: in alabama, the governor issuing a limited state of emergency to help hospitals and front line workers but reinserts that there will be no state wide mask mandate or closure. and mississippi's governor doubles down on his refusal to put in a mask mandate. >> i believe every individual ought to make what they believe to be the best decision for
themselves to protect themselves. >> reporter: christine sloan, abc news, new york. canada said it plans to require air travellers and cruise passengers to have a vaccine. announcement comes less than a week after the border was open to americans. it appears the latest covid surge is driving sales for reusable face masks once again. online sales had declined in june and july, but now the adobe digital economy index shows mask sales shot up 40% this month as the delta variant spreads. according to the cdc, almost everyone in the u.s. lives in a place with high or substantial transmission rates right now. the low rider car show returns to san francisco today. this year, in addition to the famous customized cars, organizers are also offering free covid vaccines on site. >> we're going to offer vaccine shots for free. the first 50 people get $100.
then the rest get full low rider gear as a gift, as our way to say thank you for being safe and taking care of yourself and your family. >> masks are required. the car show runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today. happening today the university of san francisco is welcoming student backes to campus for the first time since the pandemic. student ambassadors will coordinate move-in day later this morning. some underclassmen will move into the lone mountain east residence hall. construction was finished while students was fully remote. community colleges are also welcoming back students after shutting down nearly a year ago. many are trying to draw students back by making it more affordable. california has the least expensive in-state community college tuition at about $1300. under the state's promise program, the fees may be waived entirely. >> through the promise program, it has given me the opportunity to save a lot of money while
pursuing what i want to do later in life. >> i feel like i could get an associate's degree in medical studies here as a medical assistant. then i could transfer to a university. >> many community colleges are offering in-person hybrid and online classes for the fall. still ahead now on abc 7 mornings, a wedding is always a special occasion. but for one couple, it was a last minute wedding at the hospital. what led up to their happily ever after. and here is a live look outside this morning. you can see little foggy there and hazy on the golden gate bridge. we'll check in with lisa on what
do's came with several big surprises. j.r. stone has the story that you will see only here on abc 7. >> when i walked in to get myse a witness, there was a whole ceremony planned for us. >> reporter: but jeff was not at chapel. he was at ucs children's hospital in san francisco where fatima, who is 49, was about to have their first child. >> the patient mentioned that she would like to get married before giving birth. >> reporter: and get married she did. jeff said they initially delayed their wedding during covid. then after years of trying, fatima got pregnant and soon they were in the hospital. >> i'm standing there on the edge of the carpet with rose petals down that the nurses and the doctors threw down. she starts crying, i start crying with joy. >> reporter: a hospital wedding, organized by the nurses and doctors who were there in attendance. >> so i think that was the best moment, seeing their faces, and
seeing the smiles and the tears. >> reporter: while the nonalcoholic sparkling cider toast was special, what happened around 24 hours after this was the icing on the cake. fatima went into labor, which lasted into thursday, when she gave birth to their son logan. >> i'm a dad. i'm happy. i don't think there's any words that can explain it. just happiness. >> reporter: logan was born 4 1/2 weeks premature, but according to dad, he's healthy, happy and beautiful. as for jeff's recommendation to others. >> don't give up. we didn't think it was gonna happen and it did. we are blessed. we prayed. you know, we were given a wonderful blessing in our life. just don't give up. >> reporter: j.r. stone, abc 7 news. let's get a check of the weather, lisa. lyngg u the th lowyein the east.
welcome back. here's a live look from our roof camera. time right now is 5:43. really pretty view. all right. in sports now, tonight the 49ers will play a game in front of their fans for the first time in 573 days. the niners face the kansas city chiefs in their first preseason game. kick off is at 5:30 p.m. tonight. this afternoon the a's are in texas to face the rangers. first pitch at globe life field
is at 4:05. the giants will try to win their seventh straight when they take on the rockies at oracle park. tonight's game starts at 6:05. last night the giants survived a 9th inning come back by the rockies. here's larry beil with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> reporter: good morning, everybody. brandon crawford having a career year. he just got rewarded. giants shortstop gets a two year, $32 million extension that could ensure he plays his entire career as a giant. former 49ers quarterback alex smith in the house last night. he'll work for espn this season. giants jump on the rockies for four runs in the 1st. wilmer flores, high, deep. three run blast to left, his 15th of the year. this game gets interesting in the 9th. do you remember conner joe? played a week. started for the giants in 2019. two run blast. suddenly this is a one-run game. little tense. skipper getting nervous, comes out, pulls magee.
fear the beard. c.j. strikeout. that's your ball game. giants hang on 5-4. that's six wins in a row. they stay five up on. rangers. chappy up the middle. chapman his fifth rbi of the month, equals his july total. 4-3a's. they made three errors in this game. every ranger who received base because of an error scored. nice debut, three run blast off sergio romo. a's down 6-5. a's playing come back all night. peters, 446 feet. 8-6 texas. that would be your final as the a's seven game win streak comes to an end. 49ers opened the preseason tonight at levi's stadium.
coach shanahan excited to see his rookie qb in a real game. >> i think he'll make the team. he doesn't have to freak out about that. he knows what eyes will be on him. sometimes those guys want to go out there and make some plays and show everyone what to be excited about. i always try to tell them it's just like practice. except they can hit you. >> they can hit you in soccer, too. seven game unbeaten streak. best chance in the second half. the new guy, a cracker but the vancouver keeper got a hand on it. nobody ends up scoring all night long. it ends nil-nil so their unbeaten streak reaches 8. summer league action in vegas. that's the man everybody wants to see. the seventh pick in the draft goes for 18 points. moses moody has 22 as the summer warriors defeat okc94-84. that's wrap on mningor have a great weekend, everybody.
i'm larry beil. >> all right. after a long pandemic delay, the first major athletic competition is returning to the bay area this weekend. it's the escape from alcatraz triathlon. it is back. that is not the only event either. >> they're ready to jump off the boat into the bay and embark on their escape. >> reporter: it's endurance mixed with a little insanity. >> swim, bike, run, have fun, make friends. >> reporter: final touches being made to the finish line from escape from alcatraz triathlon. the event was cancelled in 2020, but athlete emma pollens from johannesburg is thrilled to be competing again. >> it is going to be all out from the word go. i want to put myself in as much pain as possible and race nice and hard and give an exciting race to watch. >> reporter: although the event is outdoors, covid protocols are happening here. >> we'll have hand sanitizing
stations, practicing social distancing and encouraging people to wear their masks around the event is what we're required to do. >> i have got all the vaccination necessary. >> reporter: craig cloud from montreal, canada, is competing for the first time in two years. >> i believe the organization has done everything possible to make it safe for everyone. >> reporter: also on the bay, u.s. olympic class sailing events. iq foils, wind surfers and sail boats competing. >> we're trying to build a strong base of domestic strength leading up to the los angeles olympics in 2028. >> reporter: a day on the bay, just like old times. >> just listen to the life guards, thank the srvolunteers d we'll see you at the finish line. >> nice to see some sense of normalcy back, lisa. >> oh, absolutely. our normalcy, of course, is that low cloud and fog deck that allows for that good air quality. yesterday, little hazy out there. certainly in the upper elevations.
today that continues as high pressure builds in to the east of us. here's a look at live doppler 7. there's fog, even mist and drizzle. remnants of what was bringing in the high level moisture really out to sea and pushing north. we do have some upper elevated smoke that at times will mix down to the surface as our circulation over ridge of high pressure to the east of us is building in. reds indicate the smoky conditions from the sierra nevada, northern california and oregon, all washington state. while the surface smoke allows for a look at the better air quality right along the coast. certainly upper elevations, say if you're taking a hike or bike ride, you may notice some haze as well as mount diablo. we're going to keep this in the forecast for today and then subtle changes arrive into monday as an area of low pressure gets set up i long the coast. that's going to bring in not
only better air quality for everyone, but much cooler conditions. mild in freemont at 62. 62 in san jose, with the clear skies there. but there is cloud cover around heyward up in the north bay, where it is in the 50s. here's a look from our floritorium camera. little mist and reduced visibility due to the fog. later on today, hazy skies. we're gonna heat up inland. temperatures soaring another ten degrees from yesterday's highs. then we will cool down into early next week. so it's gonna get hot up in lake county as well. heat advisory from 1 p.m. today through 8 tomorrow where temperatures could climb between 105, maybe 106. notice the clouds are kind of arching to the right. there's high pressure building in. that's high level moisture. we combine that with some lighter winds, upper elevation north winds. we get a little more smoke into the bay area.
all of the smoke has been confined north of us through oregon and washington where they are really having a bad time of ithot today and tomorrow. we get a little relief close to the east bay. not everyone will feel it. cooling into tuesday, wednesday, thursday, where highs will just be around 90 or the low 90s. it's going to be hot if you are anywhere from concord, livermore, into antioch and the delta, where temperatures will reach about 100 degrees. some haze in the atmosphere. 105, 106, 84 in freemont, 76 in richmond. the bay shore wasn't too bad yesterday with 84 around freemont. oakmont will be low to upper 70s. san francisco with upper 60s today. accu weather forecast, upper 60s
at the coast, 100 inland. little change tomorrow. looking at the heat holding on for another day into monday. breezy and cooler around the bay. it's been those miniheat waves but this time, liz, we certainly have some of that smoke. not a lot but more than we've had to deal with for some of you, especially in the east bay. >> all right. we'll watch that this weekend. in the east bay, the harvest festival is back at the fair grounds after nearly a two year absence. just being there is a victory for merchants who struggled the past year and a half. >> just feeling like we're back to living and being able to build our business again. consumers being able to support their local businesses has been an inspiring impact for us. >> festival continues today 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 10 to 4 tomorrow. general admission is $9. okay. up next, the smooth sounds of jazz.
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that service could be expanded. next month cable car service is expected to return for all three lines. in the south bay, jazz is back. after a year off, san jose jazz summer fest is happening this weekend to the delight of organizers, performers and bands. ♪ >> reporter: jazz fans gathered to celebrate the return of live music to downtown san jose. >> started 31 years ago as a free event, really about building community and really using music to do that. it's grown to become a beloved tradition in san jose. >> reporter: 31st san jose jazz summer fest features 45 artists on six stages, both outdoor and indoor. on the main stage, acts like east bay native and grammy winner comma. friday's headliner was judith hill. >> i'm just excited to get back into this and be in the community with the audience. it is been so long since i have
been able to look into the eyes of audience members. >> reporter: masks will be required for indoor performances along with proof of vaccination or negative covid test. >> ticket sales have been strong. really happy. the comments folks are making is just appreciating to be able to reconnect with friends, plan a weekend of music. >> that was dan ashley reporting. we're so happy to see that they are back. the music starts at 2 p.m. today and noon tomorrow. tickets are still available. next on abc 7 mornings at 6 a.m., the eye team digs into digital vaccine cards. you're going to need them just everywhere. and our team uncovered problems with verification. time for back to school across the bay area, but how can you be sure your child is safe? we go inside san francisco schoolee the changes that they're making before students return on monday.
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