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moving forward. finding solutions. abc7news. >> at the top of the hour and rain does not stop the celebration. thousands poured into the streets of san francisco to celebrate lunar new year festivities today. it is sunday february five. i'm amanda del castillo you in for liz kreutz. here it's meteorologist frances dinglasan. >> cold showers through the area this morning. it's coming from the northwest. it will bring cooler air. right now we have some heavier showers on the peninsula coast on and off to the afternoon. it is a level one light storm. there could be brief downpours, lightning, and small hill, gusty
west wind and a live shot from mount tam shows wet weather and low clouds this morning. temperatures in the 40's and 50's. the sun sets at 5:37 and we will warm to the mid-50's in inland and bay area neighborhoods around the coast. it will be in the low 50's. tonight we will dry out and it will be cold and temperatures will be very chilly tomorrow morning. i will have those details in the seven-day forecast coming up. quads lunar new year celebrations continue today as we wrap up the holiday weekend. the annual san francisco chinese new year parade made her loud return saturday, the largest lunar new year parade outside of asia. in abc 7 reporter talks t handful of people out of the thousands that came out about what the event means to them. >> fire factors ward off evil spirits and after the cleanse they marched to
welcome the year of the rabbit. >> we got to see the and all the little kids dressed up. i love all the rabbit floats. it's great. >> the year of the rabbit. >> yes, a lucky year. >> organizers want the event to entertain and also educate. from floats to lion dances. >> the dragons, the fireworks. that is what i love. >> all of the pageantry of chinese culture and tradition were on display. >> because my son is half asian. i want to let him into the culture. dances by the schools. >> even the rain, at times moderate was not enough to dampen the mood. thousands lined the streets of
downtown san francisco along the parade route that ended in chinatown. >> we did not let the rain stop us from having a good time celibate into lunar new year in san francisco. this is one of the best parades that happens here. >> the parade dates back to the 1860's, the largest lunar new year parade outside asia. california state senator scott weiner represents san francisco says the parade is especially important this year. >> the parade it's incredibly important for san francisco, for the bay area. particularly with all the attacks and violence directed at asian american communities we need to rally around and show solidarity and have fun as a community. >> it seems like mission accomplished. in san francisco, abc7news. >> before the parade people also celebrated the year of the rabbit at the community street fair and it chinatown. many had umbrellas open to stay dry. the fair features more than 120 booths with lots of shopping,
food, and plenty of entertainment for people of all ages. >> i just like getting to see people and eat all the fun food and be around everybody. >> the community street fair opens up again at 9:00 until 5:00 p.m. tonight. this morning authorities are investigating what caused an oakland restaurant to erupt in flames saturday night. the two alarm fire happened at yves waterfront in jack london square. no one was inside at the time of the fire and no injuries are reported. we are learning more about the man suspected of shooting in a san francisco synagogue last week. security video shows him walk into the schneerson jewish center wednesday and open fire, shooting blanks. no one was injured. cornell barnard spoke with congregants at the synagogue that say they feel some relief with news of his relaxed -- arrest, but still a lot of fear. >> we are still in shock taking
it in. >> members of the schneerson jewish center are still processing the events of last wednesday night. security video shows a man entering the center, pulling out a gun, and firing several rounds. >> people did not even leave their chairs. they were paralyzed with fear. >> it is believed shots fired were blanks. the sfpd arrested a suspect friday. sources tell abc7news he is 50 one-year-old dmitri mishin from san francisco. >> nobody knows who this guy is and nobody has seen him before. the fact he came in and spoke russian is very telling. it seems he knew where he was going. >> police believe he is the same man that walked into a theater on balboa street today before and waved a gun at employees. on saturday a police car was posted outside the small synagogue that serves mostly russian-speaking jews. finkelstein explains why it took the center 24 hours to call police. >> some people asked why it was
not reported that night. in soviet russia reporting and antisemitic hate crime was more likely to land you in jail than the person that committed it. >> a suspect is now off the streets. >> i am glad that for now the congregation is safe. every congregation in america faces some level of vulnerability like this. >> a celebration of life for tyre nichols held in sacramento saturday. nicholas grew up there before moving to memphis a few years ago. family and friends gathered at state ramp to share memories of nicholas. despite the tragedy, the time of togetherness was about celebrating his life. organizers wanted the public to remember nichols as a son, father, and friend who loved photography and skateboarding. his mother was among those in attendance. >> one thing that is bothering me now is the fact my sun -- my
son was calling my name and i was not there. i did not hear him. to protect him. he was on that board. he just felt free. >> speakers at the three hour vigil called for more police reform. meanwhile, sacramento city leaders announced a new skate park will be named in honor of tyre nichols. skateboarding legend tony hawk is expected to donate funds to help build the park. let's check in with meteorologist frances dinglasan. when i was first coming in from san jose it was wet. >> we had some downpours. live from mount tam, wind gusting up to 30 miles per hour causing that damp there. you can see that in the foreground. scattered showers throughout the day. there is the possibility of thunderstorms and lightning. then dry days ahead. i will show you the seven-day
>> a live look at highway 89 at fairway drive in tahoe city. but the best conditions. we will check in with meteorologist frances dinglasan in a minute to see what conditions look like closer to home. officials are warning people to stay away from the city east palestine ohio. the area is unsafe for people to travel through. evacuation and shelter in place orders are in fact -- in effect after a freight train carrying hazardous materials derailed and caught fire. 50 train cars collided friday
sparking multiple explosions near the pennsylvania border. efforts to contain the fire stalled last night because of concerns about vinyl chloride released into the air. authorities are concerned about how groundwater will be impacted. >> peoples use these streams and waters to feel -- feed wide stock, water field. a lot have well water in the outlying areas. if this gets into the water table it could be bad. >> short-term exposure to vinyl chloride can irritate eyes, nose, throat, and lungs and longtime exposure can lead to chronic liver and kidney problems. canada is sending military tanks to ukraine to strengthen their military capabilities against russia. the canadian defense minister tweeted a video of the loading process for a leopard two battle tank, the first of four tanks supplied to ukraine in the coming weeks. the number of canadian armed forces members will also be deployed for training purposes.
the defense minister says the tanks will provide ukraine with tactical advantages due to their "excellent mobility, firepower, and survivability. a stranded boat taking on water captured on video as it capsized off the coast of oregon during a coast guard rescue. you can see a giant wave forming as rescue swimmers tried to get a person off the boat. the wave crashes into the boat, forcing it to roll through the water, eventually landing right side up the coast guard says the waves were at least 20 feet high. the boater was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. in an effort to amplify the process -- voices of minority voters democrats are restructuring to presidential primary calendar. on saturday the democratic national committee approved a plan to change the order of their parties 2024 residential primary that bumps south carolina to first place strips new hampshire fits first in the nation status. some in new hampshire are against the measure.
democrats argue it will alienate critical swing voters. >> we are frustrated because as many times as we say it, nobody seems to listen when we say this will only hurt president biden in our purple battleground state. >> new hampshire democratic chair ray buckley says the state cannot follow the changes because of a state law that requires the state to hold its primary first. a decision needs to be made by june 3. and abc 7 we are inspired by people working to create change. we are committed to sharing their stories so we can all be allies in action. this morning we bring you the story of one woman's determination to rescue dogs and cats and -- in taiwan and bring them to the bay area where they find a loving home. lyanne melendez discovered the organization called angels for humans, animals, and nature here in san francisco. >> if the dog feels love from
you, of course, they will communicate with you. i believe that. my name is from victoria and am from angels for humans, animals, and nature. >> he is named after taiwan, his homeland. we are a little uncertain about his age. we think about nine. this little kitty is angel. she is also properly -- probably about nine. when she was one-year-old she was a stray in rural taiwan. she somehow was caught in an animal trap. she was found trapped. she was rescued. she lost her leg in the process. this lady from spca
thought i would look at it. i was horrified by what i saw in there. according to my calculation we probably had 10,000-20,000. including katz, 20,000. just stocks, 10,000. they all need to be spayed and neutered. they need a clear health check so that when they come here there will not be any problem some surprises. >> they are so ethical in the way they provide real information about ducks. i don't think people need to worry about adopting a dog from another country and getting something very different than they expect. >> i want to give credit to the person in taiwan that is your main person there. what is her name? >> her name is jasmine chang. she checks on the dog being rescued to make sure they have a
health record on the paperwork. and she also does an evaluation of the dog's temperament. then once she understands the dog's temperament, she would know what type of family would be suitable for these dogs. >> one thing that for me was the most helpful is they provide videos. videos really, you can really get a sense of the temperament of a dog. >> when they are getting ready to come, the foster or rescuers usually start to use english commands to train them a little bit. >> they find a traveler who is a volunteer that is responsible for them. airlines will crate without a human. they recruited volunteers that travel frequently for business between san francisco and taiwan. what was the moment like when you went to the airport to pick
up ty? >> i was very nervous. so nervous i go with me and do the driving. just great anticipation. let's keep going. these two have added so much to my life. particularly, during covid. i do not know what i would have done when we were truly isolating. they were my pod. >> slowly but surely we started to learn about how to love ourselves and human beings and also others living creatures on earth. reporting. over the last five years, san
francisco had the biggest increase of renters that also happened to be millionaires. according to a report by rent café using u.s. census data from 2015-2020, san francisco had the biggest jump of millionaire renters nationwide. the report found an overall increase of high income renters altogether, attributing it to the flexibility that comes with renting versus the high expenses of buying a home. over san francisco came second, only behind new york in the number of millionaire renters, with los angeles following up in third place. now let's toss it to meteorologist frances dinglasan. stay inside because of how windy and wet it has been. >> it will be a windy and wet day with scattered showers. we will get brief dry times between hit and miss showers this afternoon. here is a live doppler 7 satellite radar image. you get an idea of how this is coming in from the northwest and
it is scattered. as we zoom in you see cloud cover, some breaks, and sunshine coming through. we are even getting some rain now. the orange and yellow there in emeryville. parts of the east faith -- east bay. you can see raindrops falling. temperatures are generally in the low 50's now. a few upper 40's. san francisco, open, 50 one. san jose santa clara 50. half moon bay 48. sunshine is speaking through the clouds in walnut creek. santa rosa, nevada, napa, also in the 40's and 50's. napa is at 48. we will climb to the low 50's now through fairfield, concord, and livermore. a live look at downtown san francisco. we have scattered showers. occasional downpours. gusty wind especially this afternoon. there is still a chance of lightning and small hill and we could see rainbows.
and it will be dry the rest of the week. with dry and clear conditions you will see very cold mornings ahead. future forecast animation shows lots of very scattered showers at 10:00. mainly in the north bay. as the system starts sliding east we will see the scattered showers spread through the bay area. it could be heavy at times. 4:00, tapering off. it is more clear this evening. rainfall amounts vary. generally, less than .25 inches. showers are hit and miss. one neighborhood could get less than .1 inches and another neighborhood could get up 2.25 inches. the wind will take up a 20-30 miles per hour this afternoon, more and stronger at the beaches. half moon bay up to 36 miles per hour. heise today generally in the mid-50's. we are a little cooler than average with spotty showers. it live in lake tahoe, a winter storm warning is in effect until 10:00 tonight.
an additional six to 17 inches of snow. it will be difficult to travel through the area. you may want to hold off until tomorrow. you will need chains for highway 89. close tonight really cold. popping into the 30's for many inland neighborhoods, especially in the north bay. it santa rosa 33. around the bay, san francisco, 41 degrees. it will be a chilly night, the case for the next few nights, especially in santa rosa. near freezing tomorrow morning. in the 30's through the work week. make sure the kids bundle up for school. the accuweather 7-day forecast. showers, scattered in nature. gusty this afternoon and it then plenty of sunshine drawing out. mornings will be called. get ready for that. we get a nice break again from the rain right into next weekend. >> ahead, it is black history month. whose naacp is honoring for black excellence in film, music
>> elon musk says spacex may be ready to launch a starship rocket system in march. he has been optimistic about the launch since january. yesterday he tweeted "if the remaining tests go well we will attempt a starship launch next month." since last year spacex has been working on the starship rocket that aims to finance astronauts to the moon. tesla increased prices on its model why due to rising demand and changes to electric vehicle tax credits. on friday the price for the long range and performance versions of the model y increased by at least 2% after earlier price cuts to other versions, up to nearly 20%. tesla wanted to boost demand in
qualified -- and qualify versions of the model y for an ev tax credit. tax credit eligibility was dependent on the price and model of the ev. an update to the rule now qualifies more ev's including the model y which in turn hyped up surprise. focusing on the health of the asian america and pacific islander communities following mass shootings at half moon bay and monterey park. a town was held saturday represented by the congressman that represents the only asian majority district in the continental u.s.. >> these shootings, even though the perpetrator was asian american, i think they triggered, for so many in our community, a sense of vulnerability. >> people are feeling fear, anxiety, triggering of trauma. it's all very real. the importance of when someone needs help, it is
so important. >> it is important for people to limit exposure to repeated signs of violence, especially on tv and newspapers. the naacp is excellence in dozens of categories including film, music, and literature. they had the annual image award nominee luncheon in century city saturday. some of the honorees included richard white's and his daughter deming that will receive the prestigious dorothy parker award. both raced 37 million dollars for charities across the country including the naacp after launching weekly celebrity zoom performances at the height of the pandemic. >> dorothy parker has done so much for so many communities and people. i think she's amazing. it's a huge honor. >> i do not ever think -- did
not ever think we would be standing here recognized by the naacp. to have it with dorothy parker is humbling and amazing. >> the ceremony will be held later this month. >> ahead, the surveillance balloon shutdown. what authorities are calling a recovery mission as china recovery mission as china responds to for just $6 you could get your choice between two sandwiches plus my classic taco, curly fries, and a drink. [muffled] i can't hear you. oh sure... for just $6...! try my $6 jack pack today. ♪ it's official, america. xfinity mobile is the fastest mobile service. try my $6 jack pack today. and gives you unmatched savings with the best price for two lines of unlimited. only $30 a line per month. that means you could save hundreds a year over t-mobile, at&t and verizon. the fastest mobile service and major savings? can't argue with the facts. no wonder xfinity mobile
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with a look at the weather. he was meteorologist frances dinglasan in for lisa argen. >> good morning. cold, scattered showers through the day. live doppler 7 light image looping of the last several hours. a lightning strike near the south. there is a lightning strike near morissette. that is what we can expect for the day. here is a live start -- slap shot from sutro tower. sunshine, clowns, storm level 1. breezy and cool. wind picks up from the northwest this afternoon and temperatures will be in the low to mid 50's. the sun sets at 5:37 and then we dry out. by 9:00, we dropped in the 40's and tomorrow, numbers in the 30's. all of those details coming up in the accuweather 7-day forecast. >> a recovery mission is underway in the atlantic ocean after the u.s. military shot
down a chinese surveillance balloon with one missile. the american fighter jet brought down the balloon just off the coats -- coast of myrtle beach, south carolina. the u.s. government is hoping to recover as much of the surveillance device as possible. >> a dramatic scene unfolding 60-60 5000 feet above the air in the atlantic ocean. >> all of a sudden the whole house shook. it was like a loud boom. i ran outside and saw the neighbors. you just saw the smoke. >> navy and coast guard ships setting up a security perimeter as teams worked to uncover what was left of the payload from the balloon. >> looking for the sensor package underneath the balloon. the administration said this was a spy balloon. so, what was being used to spy? cameras? signal intelligence capabilities? >> balloon with a payload of
about the size of three buses traveled for three days, entered american airspace over alaska then headed over montana, missouri, and the carolinas. officials collected intelligence from the balloon as it drifted, at times of of sensitive military sites. the mission began just after 1:00 p.m. eastern saturday with the faa closing nearby airspace. >> i ordered the pentagon to shoot it down wednesday. they decided to do that when it got over water. within our 10 to 12 mile limit. >> antony blinken postponed his trip for china set for next week. >> the real question here is why the chinese decided to deliberately provoke the u.s., to go into sovereign u.s. airspace just before the first high-level meeting between two senior officials in years. >> today on this
spoke with senate intelligence committee vice chair marco rubio on the country's national security after the chinese surveillance balloon i hovered over parts of the nation. china's spokesperson says it was simply an accident and accused the u.s. of excessive reaction to the balloon. rubio says china wanted this to happen and is trying to send a message with the balloon. >> they did this on purpose. they understood it would be spotted and that the u.s. government would reveal it and people would see it over the sky. they are trying to send the message they believe internally. that the united states is a once great superpower that is hollowed out and in decline. >> rubio and admiral mike mullen agree with secretary blinken's decision to cancel his trip to china and agreed that the balloons timeline may be linked to his trip. freezing temperatures over the northeast are starting to ease, but not after breaking a few records. look at this frozen water
fountain in new york. new york experience milder temperatures yesterday at 47 degrees. some of the regions of the northeast sare record temperatures. boston reached 10 below. connecticut hit nine below. as such use its dropped to -13 degrees. this morning we are weeks away from california ending its cap -- coronavirus state of emergency. signs are pointing to the end of the pandemic. as a reporter tara campbell finds out, experts say when exactly it would be over is up in the air. >> we can say certainly, the worst, worrisome part of the pandemic is at an end. >> dr. maria raven is the chief of emergency medicine at the you cfs medical center and says the emergency department is seeing between zero and four cases of covid for a day, a long way from the height of the pandemic. >> is a relatively known -- low
number of cases we are seeing and the severity of the current version of the virus, it feels like it's time to move on. >> in a few weeks california will be moving on, ending its coronavirus state of emergency february 28. friday, the state is saying it will not require students to get to covid vaccine for school. >> kids will get covid the way they get rsv and the flu, that are -- that is more dangerous for them at this point and covid. it is a reality. but i think it will be ok for kids to go back to school regardless. >> in and either move away from pandemic protocols, the federal government announcing it is cutting off free covid vaccines this fall. testing and treatment will depend on insurance coverage. >> we probably will not see a huge impact in the population like we did ever before from covid-19. >> and infectious diseases expert at you cfs. >> even if there are scary new
variants, the soil it is landing on its inhospitable now because so many people have some sort of immunity. >> he says we are likely not too far from the pandemic becoming endemic, meaning, it is still around, but not disrupting everyday life. >> we are near the end. but i guess the word endemic also implies electability. we don't have that yet. >> gets through the fall without a surge and he says it will be time to call it over. >> if i had to bet $100, i would say we will likely see quiet until next winter. >> then he says covid-19 becomes like just another winter virus. tara campbell abc7news. >> ahead on abc seven mornings, a battle over benches in one san francisco neighborhood. how residents are responded after some people complained saying they are a hazard for people that are visually impaired. a live look from our exploratorium camera here
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over the san mateo bridge, a smooth commute. we will check in with meteorologist frances dinglasan in a few minutes. >> look at the annual lantern festivals lighting the sky across china. the final day of the lunar new year celebration includaling lat performances, fireworks, and more. a group of residents in san francisco's bernal heights neighborhood is asking for leniency after being asked to remove some unpermitted encroachments. most of us call them benches. neighbors hoped they would enhance the look of the street, making it more family-friendly. here is abc seven news. >> this avenue in san
francisco's neighborhood is known as a kid friendly street. neighbors have gone out of their way to make the street here more attractive. people used these stone benches to conduct outdoor meetings. but, for nearly -- nearly 20 years residents have had in place is being targeted by the department of public works after somebody complained 311. >> the city is asking us to apply for an encroachment permit on the sidewalk or remove the benches. >> there are plenty of encroachments throughout the city. he barks, scooters, homeless encampments to name a few. >> we want to make sure there will be no hazards, particularly for people that are visually impaired. if they are using a wheelchair, any issues like that. we want to keep travel safe for all users. >> one things the neighbors here have are unusually wide sidewalks. let's measure.
we measured from the curve to the benches in question. nearly 14 feet of available space. plenty of room for strollers and more. the notice given to neighbors specifies they must apply for a minor encroachment permit at a cost to them of $1400. >> no way will i pay $1400. i will take it down if i have to. >> it is similar to how the school board was dealing with renaming high schools during the pandemic rather than dealing with distant -- distance learning. it seems like a non-issue that is creating a lot of energy and use of resources for something that was not a problem in the first place. >> public works is working with neighbors and the local district supervisor to find a solution. in a statement ronan said the office is working with dpw to maintain the community atmospheric that means keeping
the benches where they are. only the board of supervisors can waive fees or come up with legislation to allow this kind of encroachment as part of a neighborhood. in san francisco lyanne melendez, abc7news. >> let's check with meteorologist frances dinglasan for a look at the weather. >> here is a live look from our roof camera blowing -- over the flag blowing. colder temperatures today and scattered showers. i let you know how much you can expect in your neighborhood and also the cold temperatures coming up ahead. >> next, worries for the warriors this morning. concerns over stephen curry's injury. chris alvarez has what is
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in sports, a jampacked nfl football here on abc 7. you can watch the 2023 nfl boat game starting at noon. the first ever afc and fc seven on seven flag football game kicks off at allegiant stadium in las vegas. a big night of basketball on abc 7, the warriors taking on the dallas mavericks in the chase center. chris alvarez has all the highlights. >> good morning. the warriors back at home for a primetime showdown against the maverick saturday night. golden state entered the game 26 and 26 over all looking to get on a run with six games remaining with the mavs without luka doncic versus the warriors. play to drape. a drop off behind the back to steph curry. splash. chemistry in motion. later in the quarter jonathan coming up, the big left-handed hammer.
the warriors scored 40 points in the first quarter. second quarter. three, a triple drive. throws it down. the youngest warrior ever to reach 1000 points. staff approves. curry passes off the backboard and joe mike green claims it -- cleans it up. draymond green, 15 at the half. the third quarter off the inbound. curry, a 27 footer. a team-high 21. two minutes in the third. curry looks to bang knees with mckinley at the fourth. results were negative. an mri later today. while we are worried about steph curry's status, green is not. >> this man just has to step up. you have to stay ready has a team. >> hopefully, it's nothing too serious. that is what the mri is for. it will determine the extent of the injury and we will go there.
mental toughness. focus. we need to do a better job with focus. >> number 18 st. mary's number two gonzaga. fans were fired up for gonzaga blading -- leading in the first half. anton watson the hammer. bulldogs up to 8.5. a freshman led the gaels back in the second half, 13 second-half points. look at that move. his dad in the stand was hike. overtime tied at 61. great game. debussy see action. mahaney hitting more big shots in overtime. up for. st. mary's wins 78-70, career win number 501 a are in first place by two games. a very windy day at pebble beach for round three of the pro-am.
joseph bramlett, a long birdie putt on five. two back of the leak. the current leader is peter molnar d, the birdie on the 12 whole of the day. three in a room. play was suspended and will resume later this way -- week. the current leader is aaron rodgers leading by three with seven holes left. that is sports. have a great sunday. back to you. >> a check on the forecast with meteorologist frances dinglasan. we saw wind gusts in pebble beach. we are supposed to be feeling wind here too. >> went will pick up especially this afternoon. right now gusting around 35 miles per hour at the mountain tops. yon 7 over the last few hours. how quickly the system is moving through. cold showers are sweeping the bay area. it's coming from the northwest. it will allow temperatures to cool. the white is snow in the sierra. there is a lightning strike
there just northeast of merced. we saw a few lightning strikes just off the coast this morning in san francisco and one in the south bay. light rain is falling now. more moderate showers near parts of the south bay. clouds will be moving quickly. the wind will be blowing. live shots. you could see blue skies from the emeryville camera looking towards the bay bridge. temperatures in the 50's. san francisco, oakland 51. san jose, santa clara 50 degrees. half moon bay 54 degrees. at walnut creek we see sunshine poking through clouds. there are areas still in the 40's. santa rosa 50. nevada 54. napa and fairfield 48. and livermore in the low 50's. we will see rain and gray skies over san jose. here is what you need to know. scattered showers. it will be called. occasionally there will be a downpour. gusty wind with even a chance of
lightning and small hail is possible. maybe rainbows. it will be dry starting tonight and into tomorrow, highs, or rather, a look at the forecast animation. 10:00 this morning. scattered showers moving through the north bay. by lunchtime it starts to spread around the south bay and east bay. by 4:00 it really tapers off and by the evening we clear out and it will allow temperatures to cool. rainfall estimates are spotty. hit and miss is the nature of the showers. i san francisco may be six hundredths of an entry to san mateo close to .25 inches. you will see how it comes and goes. that will affect rainfall totals. wind this afternoon will pick up to 20 to 30 miles per hour. even stronger wind in oakland. and half moon bay. the hardiest today because of cold air from the northwest will only be in the mid 50's with
spotty showers. i want to show you a live shot. highway 89, chain requirements on 89 and 80. a winter storm warning is in effect until 8:00 tonight. heavy snow at times. an additional six to seven inches of snow. gusts up to 50 miles per hour. if you can hold off traveling, it will be difficult. i would wait until tomorrow or later tonight. another live shot at lake tahoe. if you start traveling, you may be stuck in her car a couple hours. be prepared for that. and the 20's in tahoe. tonight, dropping to the low 30's through parts of the noise bay like santa rosa and napa. upper 30's in the east bay. the inland areas. low 40's around the bay. it will be cold for us. below average. that'll be the case through the week in santa rosa. the average is 39 degrees. notice, we will be well below
that. mainly during the workweek. because, we have here skies ahead and also clear nights. here is the seven-day forecast. a level 1 storm today with scattered showers and gusty wind. it will end early this evening. cold tomorrow. plenty of sunshine. we warm up. then, by the end of the workweek we will be about five degrees above average, at 10 degrees warmer than today. >> the giants estimate 10,000 diehard fans attended the annual fan fest at oracle park. the event kicked off yesterday with the special orange carpet including logan webb, joc pederson, and brandon crawford. fan fest signals the start of spring training is near. pictures and catchers will be in scottsdale february 15 with the full squad following the 21st. the giants opened the regular season arch 30th at yankee stadium. more
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