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millions of people getting ready to fly and drive. the busiest freeways and when to avoid them. kumasi: recent retail theft forcing the chp to act. officers stepping up patrols and a task force to investigate the crimes. reggie: water murmur -- water emergency, water users in multiple counties asking being to cut back. kumasi: a frost advisory in effect in some areas. mike is here tracking everything with a look at the forecast. reggie: good morning and welcome to the day where you pretend like you are working, but you are not. you are watching abc 7 mornings live on abc 7, hulu live in wherever you stream. mike: frost is possible, but not a guarantee because of the winds. you noticed how windy it is, especially in on the hills. some of that is filtering in, that if you have protected the pets, plants, and pipes, just
keep them covered, and protected through 9:00 this morning. you can see the wind is anywhere from calm to 15 miles an hour and we have quite the microclimate. look at the wind in the hills, 30 miles an hour, even 41 at st. helena. we are starting off in the 40's and 50's. sheltered valleys in the 30's. 57 to 62. 64 to 68 with calmer conditions and a gorgeous afternoon. kumasi: if you are getting ready to travel for the thanksgiving holiday you are not alone. 53 million people will be flying or driving today around the country meaning that the roads will be busy. amy hollyfield is joining us on a high-80 which is supposed to be one of the busiest roadways in the country. amy: we are on interstate 80 through el cerrito, this is expected to be one of the
busiest corridor's in the bay -- corridors in the bay area has. it is expected to be around the hayward area. here is how it looks now, very clear, a lot of people sleeping in. so, if you are able to pack up the car and get out of the house now this is a good time to blastoff. early birds will be rewarded. here are the best and worst times to hit the road. before noon is a smart time to leave, noon until 8:00 tonight is when experts project is the busiest. sleeping in and taking your time to pack would payoff blasting off after 9:00 tonight is the best time to drive. from 2:00 until be a busy time to drive. travel is expected to be at 13% over the thanksgiving holiday.
aaa thinks there will be 53 million americans traveling, a healthy sign that things are returning to normal. now is a good time to take off if you can pull it off. we see no problems, just smooth reporting live, amy hollyfield. kumasi: let us take a live look at sfo. the tsa is saying it is screening more than 2 million people as of yesterday and that is the sixth straight day that they have screened two million people during the thanksgiving travel rush. if you are going to sfo you could be met with protesters, members of the union representing cashiers and food service employees as well as people who prepare food and drinks served on planes. they will be picketing. officials claim that workers are being denied affordable family health care in the face of covid-19 risks. a spokesperson says a permit has been issued to the union for the protest.
if you are traveling -- if you are not traveling -- if you are traveling for thanksgiving just had to abc7news.com for more information. tail.e:owe organi incident as and state adreassure everyoneahead of bla. police in san jose say that two suspects took $2000 worth of merchandise from macy's at valley fair before they got arrested. in oakland, this video shows a burglary on monday. police say they are looking to identify any suspects. a gofundme page says that this has -- this is the second time they have been burglarized. kumasi: tracking the crimes and possible solutions is important to us as we work to build a better bay area. we know these issues impact your quality of life. we talk about the actions being taken in response to this crime spree and the impact it is having on how safe we feel. >> the san francisco mayor
district attorney, and chp all speaking out about recent retail crime tuesday, just as oakland's city council members and the walnut creek mayor dated in previous days. >> we will make sure that we do all that we can to keep our city safe. >> the san francisco district attorney announced felony charges against five individuals believed to have been involved in this union square louis vuitton burglary and four others believed to have been involved in similar thefts on friday. >> we stand united in solidarity and we have her back. we will do whatever it takes to keep san francisco safe. >> the california highway patrol announcing that they are encouraging -- increasing patrols on the freeway corridor's adjacent to major shopping centers. even with the push for safety there is this. >> if i want to do the store experience i will go 30 to 60 to
90 miles out from the bay area. >> vivian, an oakland resident and one of dozens who talked to my facebook page to say that they do not feel shave -- safe shopping and bay area stores and will be taking their business elsewhere. >> people do not feel safe going out as they did before. you can be a target anywhere, if you are shopping or driving. >> she echoed film a tear -- phil's thoughts. she says she was on her way home saturday when a car being chased by another car crashed in front of her. >> the guy had a big gun and jumped out of the car it really fast and into another car. i was so traumatized, my body was in shock, my head hurt from what happened. >> the reason why law enforcement agencies and public officials are trying to tackle these crime problems has -- that is also been seen in other parts of the country like chicago. >> this is not based on one
administration and policy, it is a trend we are seeing and nothing to do with my policies and nothing to do with the effectiveness of san francisco police department. >> once the arrests are made, we are hopeful that the da will prosecute. kumasi: the chp says it immediately increasing patrols on freeways near major shopping centers. the agency has an organized retail crime task force that helps local police departments investigate crimes, make arrests and recover stolen merchandise. governor newsom directed the chp to expand its presence through the holiday shopping season. >> be safe. if you observe any of us -- of this activity, be a good witness, do not try to intervene in any type of activity. get a good description of what the people look like, and if there is a vehicle or a license plate, please describe that. kumasi: the chp says it will have maximum patrol on freeways, but will also be stationed in
the areas around major shopping areas. reggie: friday's smash and grab motivating for the police chief to push for a change in the law. >> it does not make our life easier when there are so many cameras and we do not have access to them. everything friday night was captured on video but we did not have the ability to look at it and call out license plate numbers and suspect descriptions real-time. reggie: the chief brought up the issue on monday during a 101 sit down with phil. the mayor says the city will try to revise the rule that prevents sfpd from looking at surveillance videos in real time. however, activists and privacy advocate says that minor -- monitoring live video feeds raises privacy concerns. sfpd was sued for illegally accessing cameras at union square. kumasi: retail workers are
concerned about the increase in robberies in san francisco. stores at union square has heighten their security. storefronts are boarded up, private security workers guard the entrances of many stores. many luxury brands are locking their doors. once a worker and security guard sees you, you are allowed inside. >> we are doing what we can to ensure the that we know who is coming into our stores. >> i do get scared, but you have to make your money somehow. kumasi: we spoke to several workers in the union square area who were not allowed to speak on camera and they told us that the incident on friday was traumatizing and some of these companies are providing mental health resources. reggie: san francisco public utilities commission declared a water emergency for its 2.7 million customers in the bay area asking people to reduce usage by 10%. right now that is voluntary, not mandatory.
it has customers not just in san francisco but tell me not, santa clara, and the emergency declaration allows the agency to tap into the reservoirs and other resources. mike: even this river is -- this is having issues of capacity compared to where it should be. 49 in sunnyside, financial and ferry building, 48 degrees. 47 degrees. everyone else 15 to 53 under a clear sky. tomorrow, even colder than that. you can see the area sheltered from the wind, palo alto, 37. walnut creek, 38. that is why you are more comfortable. american canyon, 50. 37 and 36. we have microclimates this morning and the wind has areas double digits warmer than this time yesterday. that will not translate into the
afternoon hours, we will be more homogenized. first i want to talk about your commute because everything is good except for the breeze, there is no fog out there in the air is so dry. he will definitely notice that. look at what it does to san francisco. low 60's exactly where we should be for this time of the year. a few high clouds during the evening as we fall in the low 50's. here is future radar and you can see a passing high cloud or two you will want to grab the sunglasses. a better chance of frost tomorrow morning and a string of 70 degrees days in the seven day forecast. sue: the day before thanksgiving, traffic is light, taking a look at the east shore freeway through emeryville and into the macarthur maze, a few gaps in the headlights. no delays at the toll plaza. earlier roadwork on the golden gate bridge which has been picked up, and now you see very
few cars into san francisco. it is a nice ride all the way through marion county, about a 20 minute drive to get to the toll plaza. following the for your drive time's on 584 and there is your drive time into san francisco, and your sensors are green with a few blips, but not too bad. westbound up in oliver the altamonte -- up and over the altamont pass. we have one problem on the caldecott tunnel and we will check on that. reggie: the major nods for bay area artists. kumasi: a nonprofit opening its doors to feed people in need. the local leaders expected to pay debt to pair thanksgiving meals. reggie: a broadway actor facing reggie: a broadway actor facing charges related to the capitol smooth dark chocolate, refreshing peppermint, enter york mode. ♪ rich chocolate candy and creamy caramel. that's how you rolo.
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judge is prosecutor revealed that a sixth victim had died, an eight-year-old boy and the youngest person to die after being plowed into. more than 60 people were hurt in this incident and several of those people are in critical condition. the jury in the case of three white men charged with killing ahmaud arbery in georgia will continue deliberations today. yesterday they deliberated for six hours. the judge moved a jury to the room without exterior windows because of demonstrations outside of the courthouse. prosecutors argue that the defendants provoke the deadly confrontation. the defense attorneys say there clients acted in -- their clients acted in self-defense. reggie: a broadway actor is facing charges for allegedly being involved in the january 6 insurrection at the u.s. capitol. james peake's -- beaks is part
of the traveling production of " jesus christ superstar." court documents allege that he is a member of the oath keepers and on january 6 was part of a group that tried to push into the capitol building. three men are being charged with murder after an attempted robbery of a former oakland police captain ended with a fourth suspect getting killed. they were getting gas in downtown when investigators say three men tried to rob him. a fourth man was waiting in a getaway car. joyner pulled out a gun and shot and killed one of the robbers. another suspect fired back and hit joyner several times. he survived. a legal analyst explained why he has not been charge even though he shot first. >> they are saying that mr. joyner utilize deadly force in a reasonable way because he feared for his life and responded with deadly force. the da's office is not only
saying that the defendants wordpress is a painting in a serious felony of armed robbery -- a serious felony of armed robbery but mr. joyner was acting with reasonable self-defense even though it was deadly. reggie: california law allows for defendants to be charged with murder if they commit a provocative act. big congratulations to two bay area artists. kumasi: her being nominated for the academy and she is up for eight grammys. the other bay area artist nominated in a contemporary category is sweetie, and she is up for two boards, best new artist and best rap song for that is my best friend. reggie: i love that song. kumasi: so, other top nominees include john batiste who leads
with 11 nominations. justin bieber, billie eilish, and olivia rodrigo followed closely with multiple nominations. the grammys will take place in los angeles on monday, january 31. reggie: those are about all of the lyrics we can say in that storm. -- in that song. mike: have the five second delay or the beep ready. nothing like that and your weather forecast, in fact this ought to put a smile on your face and make you happy. if you are worried about rain this is not the forecast for you. that what is going on and we will worry about the rain in a day or two. look at the high pressure in from the pacific, that is what is pushing the jet stream to the north. yesterday's cold front moving away and it is bringing us extremely dry air, chapter lips, sore throat, dropping things because your hands are dry.
that will happen in the next 48 hours. if you are fixing thanksgiving dinner, just be aware of that. the breezes taper, the dry air moves in. 70 should be the warm spot. 65 and possibly 64. we are talking about temperatures averaging two above. breezy in the hills, but that tapers into the afternoon. without the breeze tonight and all of that dry air, a whole lot of us are going to hit the 30's and more frost as possible, but with the air so dry, the frost will be thin. there will be places on the peninsula that will get down into the low to mid 30's tonight. if you are traveling the same areas we highlighted yesterday, chicago, st. louis, dallas, and detroit, a few showers. the snow will be up in the mountains and the rain will mainly hit seattle and not portland if you are traveling up
through or into the pacific northwest. tomorrow is a couple of degrees cooler because it is so cold tomorrow morning, another cold morning friday but we will bounce back a couple of degrees and look at the string of 70 degrees temperatures saturday, sunday, monday, and tuesday. no rain inside. -- in sight. kumasi: the second harvest food bank of silicon valley is hosting four events to provide holiday meals for people who need a place to break bread. here are the locations throughout the south bay and peninsula. if you want to stop by you can get a warm meal throughout the day in san mateo, south san francisco, on view, and san jose. second harvest serves santa clara and san mateo counties and they have seen demand for groceries and meals skyrocket this year. saint anthony's will once again open its doors to host a free thanksgiving meal. all of the prep work is being done right now to make sure that
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kumasi: 5:23, here are the seven things to know. the thanksgiving travel rush is on. if you are planning to hit the road, so are millions of others to -- millions of other people. worst time to travel is noon until 8:00 p.m.. wait until after 9:00 p.m. to drive. reggie: if you are heading to sfo you might see protesters. the union representing food service employees will be picketing over affordable health care. access to the airport will not be impacted. mike: keep the pets, plants, and pipes protected through at least 9:00 in the north and east bay valleys. frost likely in our sheltered
valleys from the wind. sue: a travel day today, but right now the roads are light, so if you are heading out we have a minor problem on highway 12 for westbound near old town road. a car in a ditch. kumasi: police say two suspects took $2000 of merchandise from macy's before getting arrested. this is the latest in a rash of retail thefts. reggie: the san francisco public utilities commission declared a water emergency. it is asking people to reduce usage by 10%. kumasi: this spacecraft launched from brandenburg overnight is on a crash course mission. this is trying to be steered into an asteroid. reggie: michigan family being forced to adopt their biological twins being borne via a surrogate. >> and gma first look, fighting for their family.
>> since they have got out of the nicu we have had them every second, but we are still not listed on the birth certificate as their parents. >> tammy and jordan myers saying they had their babies via surrogate last january, but laws surrounding surrogacy in michigan require families to legally adopt their own biological children. >> we had a meeting with an adoption agency to start the process, and she looked at me pointblank and said well you are not the mother. >> we have to go through background checks and a lot of rigorous things that you normally have to go through while doing an adoption process for a child that is not your own. >> coming up, we will of more on their struggle and message to others exploring surrogacy. kumasi: are getting ready for tomorrow's macy's thanksgiving day parade. reggie: look at him, pulling
focus. kumasi: i was like, what is happening. reggie: that was from wicked, i know that. i know that ribbon. kumasi: they are returning to pre-pandemic form, this is video of the rehearsal and the route goes there manhattan featuring 50 giant character balloons, 28 floats and dozens of marching bands and santa will be there. celebrities are going to be performing including darren criss, carrie underwood, and many more. and that man. reggie: the only thing i care about is that man. he is a star of the show. it is a news that beer lover have been waiting for. their pilgrimage to sonoma can begin. you can get this in person. pick up his back on. of course, you will have to wait because we have seen throughout the years lines to enbreweries n
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ceremony, a special display at pier 39. reggie: nassau launching a spacecraft meant to intentionally hit a asteroid. the mission that could help save us all. kumasi: good morning, wednesday, november 24. we are live on abc 7, hulu live, and wherever you stream. reggie: we will check with the weather, a lot of people are heading out of town. mike: we will -- they will run into some pretty chilly temperatures, we have a frost advisory for the inland east bay areas and up into the north bay valleys and mendocino counties. you have temperatures and you will notice a wide range because of the breeze out there. blackhawk, 54 and into the valley, san ramon a couple of miles away, 35. walnut creek, 37 and then through the east bay hills, 40. 34, roanoke park, some paul -- some frost possible.
mill valley, all in the mid to upper 30's. then you look at napa and american canyon. 56 degrees.for today, temperatun those areas through 7:00. look at those, low 60's by noon and then mid to upper 60's at 3:00 with total sunshine falling back into the 40's and 50's at 7:00. we will take a look at thanksgiving. reggie: you want to leave in the middle of the afternoon? what about coming home this weekend in the middle of the day? then you must be new because everyone else wants to do the same thing. amy hollyfield is out and if you are trying to leave today, you should probably be joining her, now. amy: yes. but advise. you should join me right now. traffic is picking up. we are -- we are between berkeley and el cerrito. we are approaching that 580
split coming up, and it is pretty busy out here. and this is considered one of the best times to leave today. take a look. think about your plans for today. if you are driving for the holiday you will have a lot of company. aaa is expecting 4 million more people driving this year than last year and the traffic is pretty healthy out here this morning. getting an early start is the smart move. we have the best and worst times to hit the road. before noon is considered one of the best times. until 8:00 is considered the worst -- noon until 8:00 is considered the worse. up until 9:00 p.m. is considered the best time to drive. 9:00 p.m. is a good time. for your return saturday, 2:00 to 7:00 is the time to avoid the
roads and sunday 1:00 until 7:00. travel is expected to be up 13% over last year. aaa thinks there will be 53 million americans traveling over the break, a sign that things are returning to normal. in the bay area if you are driving interstate 80 where we are and what we are looking at and then 580, those are expected to be the busiest corridor is today. we have told you where it is going to be busy and when it is going to be busy, plan accordingly and thank you for joining us before you head out, we wish you a happy and safe holiday. reporting live, amy hollyfield. reggie: that was such a nice way to end it. whether you are staying close or traveling for thanksgiving it is expected to be a more expensive holiday. inflation and the rising price of goods has a lot of families concerned. general mills says it will raise prices on most of its products including serial. betty crocker and pillsbury brands, and dollar tree might
have to change its name to dollar $.25 because the retailer plans to raise prices by one quarter. president biden's move to tap into the strategic petroleum reserve could lower gas prices but no one knows when that will happen. there is good news, the backlog is down from 100 container ships to 63, so there is progress on the supply chain backlog. kumasi: if you are planning to travel over the next few days doctors have a warning about covid. they say we are not out of the woods just yet. infection rates are up in dirty to states -- 32 states and that is raising concerns of a major winter surge. more than 100 million americans are still not vaccinated including 35 million kids who are eligible. in colorado some hospitals and around denver are 95% full.
the hospital system there is on the brink of collapse. >> we will do what needs to be done to ensure that we get through the next 45 days without a break in the hospital capacity, a break that the state and governor have made clear could risk lives. kumasi: denver is bringing back an indoor mask mandate to try and cut its infection rate. reggie: the elizabeth holmes trial will resume monday after the thanksgiving holiday. jurors will have plenty to consider after she gave her third and final day of testimony. her defense attorney carefully painted holmes as a true believer in her own product, reassuring the jury that she had no doubt what she promised investors was not going to be delivered. she testified for hours about key documents that experts say could complicate the prosecution's narrative. >> the attorneys are trying to portray that she did not have motive to defraud investors. it is all about going to motive. they are trying to knock out
some of the elements that the prosecution needs to prove to convict her on that charge. reggie: the former ceo faces 11 counts of fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud for allegedly swindling investors in her blood testing start up out of millions of dollars. there is a whole podcast about the trial hosted by rebecca jarvis called "the dropout." new episodes are out every tuesday and you can listen wherever you stream your podcasts. kumasi: the oakland mayor is responding to a plea for city leaders to help combat a rise in crime. the police chief called out city leaders after a weekend of organize group thefts. the police dealt with shootings, sideshows, and the mayor says that she wants more help from chp. she says more resources are needed on every level. >> i will continue to amplify my call to our city government to increase funding and the staffing for the oakland police
department. we are at one of the lowest staffing levels that we have had for more than a decade. kumasi: the mayor will focus on the port system, which she says has been a huge issue during the pandemic and is not working the way it used to. reggie: crab season off of the coast of san francisco delayed again. it is not only impacting holiday meal plans but our local economy and fishermen. ryan curry has more on how some fissures are trying to make ends meet. ryan: it is the end of november and at fishermen's wharf, it is empty crab thins. matthew would normally be on the water this time of year, but the california department of fish and wildlife says that crab season cannot start in san francisco till mid december. >> band four, south of that county line is still going to be delayed because the presence of humpback whales. ryan: crab is expensive at
fisherman's wharf. this one saying that crab is going for $30 a pound and it is not local. this is a financial burden for fissures, he says -- fishers, he says the money he gets is a huge part of his income. >> i do not have a paycheck until crab opens. if it opens november 15, traditionally, it would be great. you start making money again. ryan: he does not like going out in the water in january because it can make fishing conditions dangerous. plus the money he would get from starting in november helps him buy holiday gifts. >> it is difficult to that cash flow until it comes in. christmas, you always want to get the best for our kids and family, but sometimes it is like, i will make for it at birthday. ryan: the department of fish and wildlife said that crab fissures used tools that could hurt the whales if they come in contact with them. he hopes that he and other
fishers can work something out because of it keeps getting delayed and they will keep not making money. >> i wish we could come up with something with fish and wildlife that we could work together to kind of go back and forth as the whales migrate out, we can come in a little bit faster. reggie: a third lake tahoe resort has to push back the start of the ski season because of warm weather. this is a video of sugar bowl from last winter. they plan to open friday but with more mild and dry weather, the management said they would have to call it off. no new opening day has been announced. heavenly and northstar announced that they postponed their ocean -- openings because of the weather. kumasi: national -- nasa launched a spacecraft from santa barbara county. >> 3, 2, 1. lift off of the falcon 9 and dart. kumasi: nasa is rooting for a
crash which is being billed as a double asteroid redirection test. they are sending this into space with the goal of redirecting an asteroid. >> we are firing this vending machine at the remit of egypt. asteroid impacts into or into earth is the only natural disaster that we can predict ahead of time and we can also do something about. kumasi: nasa says there are not any asteroids currently threatening earth but this could actually help save the planet in the future. reggie: speaking of space, the pentagon is creating a team whose job it is to handle the report of ufo sightings. the mission is to standardize and streamline the way that ufo reports are handled in the military and other government branches. earlier, u.s. intelligence released a report of more than 140 sightings. most of them were logged by navy pilots.
officials say they cannot conclude anything spotted was from out of this world or major advancement by other countries. kumasi: the biggest shopping day is around the corner, and why experts say you should consider black flight -- black friday a deadline instead of the beginning of shopping season. reggie: how local bars are transforming for seasonal pop-ups. but first, mike. mike: let us do that. i will be over there in just a second. wind gusts are very quick up in our higher elevations from 20 on the peninsula to 33 in the east bay. 25 in the mount hood and atlas peak. helene, 41 this morning. look at what it is doing on the peninsula, the coast side is very mild, 53, half moon bay. then you go on to the bayside and we are 41, foster city.
the usual mild spot, san bruno, actually a little bit chilly. look at oakland, 42 and the same thing in fremont. 46, san jose. napa, 50 and san rafael, 41. microclimates all over the place. for the peninsula, in the 50 degree range. 60 to 63 degrees from noon through 5:00, that is a little bit warmer than average and about 54. as far as the future radar, the gray is a cloud cover and every once in a while they have passing high clouds, even as the sun sets. tonight clear and colder. i will show you how frozen it is going to be for our thanksgiving morning and how warm it will be this weekend. i will see you in a bit. sue: traffic is light, it is a big difference from this afternoon which is going to be very heavy. right now is a great time to get out and get your traveling
started for this wednesday morning. bay bridge is working -- is working great. a smooth ride into san francisco. no roadwork in just a few cars. we have our early morning commute on out of tracy and over the altamont pass. other than that, green is great. here is where amy has been driving. 80, the east shore, san pablo, el cerrito, both directions looking great. 580 over the richmond-san rafael bridge is in the green. there is a little bit of slowing over the altamont, if you are traveling 680 south, that is looking good. highway 85 in the south bay from one up to cupertino, leersation]
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kumasi: the jobless claims have reached another new post-pandemic low falling below 200,000 for the very first time. on hundred 99 new claims were filed last week down 71,000 from revised numbers from the prior week. continuing claims also decreased slightly to just about 2 million down 60,000 from revised figures from the prior week. the labor department released the jobless claim reports a day early because of thanksgiving. reggie: black friday and cy monday are around the corner and it is critical to plan ahead to get your holiday shopping done on time. you know about the black -- the backlogs and the rising prices that push many to start the holiday shopping early and take deep into deals. many shoppers are planning a return to physical stores on black friday this year.
go early and get ready to stand in line. >> in the past black friday marked the beginning of the holiday season, however this year people consider it a deadline for when they need to get the bulk of the shopping done. i would not wait. because emmett -- inventory is so limited, -- reggie: in-store shopping is good for big ticket items. this -- it would be a better bet to buy smaller gifts online. kumasi: are you ready get started with your holiday shopping? the black friday countdown is on and becky woerle has a look at what digital doorbusters are available right now. becky: earbuds are hugely popular, airpods, the second generation are $114, $15 off. if you want more on the budget side, the amazon echo buds are
on sale for $69, nearly half off. at macy's they have a slew of puffer codes, -- coats, and is $70 off. reggie: $15 for a coat? kumasi: oh. reggie: wow. kumasi: you cannot get it. reggie: those are a little small. kumasi: she will have a full report coming up on gma at 7:00 including something for teenagers and a discount on balaton right after abc 7 in the mornings. reggie: another way to get into the spirit of the holidays. at the -- after a hiatus, the miracle on 1st street holiday pot -- held holiday cocktail pop-up begins today. the paper plane bar will become a holiday wonderland with seasonal drinks. >> everything will be incredibly festive and joyful. and we are looking forward to
welcoming everyone back. reggie: the transformation started in new york city and 2014 and this will be the third year for miracle on 1st street on san jose. other bay area bars go out to celebrate the season including street market in san francisco, double standard in oakland and brewster's beer garden. kumasi: tomorrow but in over a month, it will be print -- it will be christmas. spencer helped get into the holiday spirit. every half hour from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 a.m. comes to life with a display of lights and famous holiday songs. it will be lit until january 9. reggie: very nice. kumasi: there is so much to do and so many key places to visit. you need to do a holiday show to tell people what is going on. i just want to be out, and then you can go here.
there is so much to do. mike: it is nice to see the traditions coming back to life. spencer has been out there doing the pier 39 christmas tree lighting. we will talk more traditions going up, or the other areas doing that on the weekend. san three miles an hour, so it is one of those areas not having to deal with the wind chills. in the breeze will taper and relax and calm down into what is going to be a miss for traffic according to sue this afternoon. clear, calm and cold, more likely to deal with freezing temperatures but the air is so dry, that not a lot of frost
will form. dry and warm bank to the extended forecast and normally that would be -- that would mean poor air quality but not this time. today, tomorrow and friday, it will be moderate. 70 in santa rosa, and there will be a few other areas that hit 70. for the most part, 64 to 69 degrees. tonight, the wealth of 30's and the deepest valleys, 30's on the peninsula and the usual spots around redwood city. and low to mid 40's even into san francisco. 42 to 49 by 8:0 8:0 8:0 8:0 60. mostly sunny conditions and mid- to upper's 60's at 6:00. thanksgiving is about two to four degrees cooler about two degrees warmer friday and look at this, mid-60's to near 70 saturday and sunday for hanukkah, and monday and
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splash when he returns. >> i just want to go win a fourth ring, and for the last two years i feel like i have a lot of pent up energy to go out there and prove not to anyone else, but to myself that i am still one of the best, so i really want to win a championship again. i want to just -- that is it. kumasi: so, i know you you know, when he will be back? the earliest de december 20 against the is tstg night. dick vitale was back on the sidelines last night for the first time since his cancer diagnosis. his emotions were on display. >> i can believe i am sitting here. this is really something thrilling to me. i want to thank all of you people with your great messages.
reggie: that is really moving. he called the matchup between gonzaga and ucla on espn. the 82-year-old was diagnosed with lymphoma october 12. he was given permission by his doctors to call games between his chemotherapy treatments throughout the 2021 22 season. disney's newest animated film " encanto" opens today. kumasi: it is a story of family, hope, and magic. >> they had started with the concept of a large family in columbia where everyone had a magical power except for one person. reggie: so, who was the one person? you will have to watch the film to find out. it is the first animated disney film set in latin america. she is also the first latina to co-direct a walt disney animation studios movie. kumasi: i already love it. reggie: i cannot wait to see it.
also, this is a musical. kumasi: of. reggie: it has been a little while since we had a disney musical. music is by lin-manuel miranda. kumasi: got all the way around. reggie: spanish and english. i am ready for it. kumasi: troubleshooting your turkey, last-minute tips and tricks to know to make sure that you do not that embarrassed and drag on thanksgiving. reggie: the challenging -- the challenge to stop retail crimes breeze. word up two more reported thefts in the bay area plus frustrations and a possible solutions and the store employees. kumasi: taking
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