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right now at 11:00, it is not letting up yet. widespread rain hitting the bay area tonight. we are tracking it all for you. the news at 11:00 starts right now. i'm anoushah rasta. >> and i'm carrie mcsweeney. we begin with the micro climate weather alert. >> that's right. it is a rough night of wind and rain in the south bay. you can see that traffic camera right now. >> the bay area toll plaza. rob's got the latest. >> speaking of the wind, wind speed starting to come down a little bit, technically still under a wind advisory till 3:00 a.m. for most of the bay area. 20 to 30 miles per hour after gusts. this time last night to 67 miles
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per hour at mount st. helena. now what continues to go up are the rain totals. look at the santa cruz mountains. more than a half of foot of rain has fallen. still more to come. more than 4 inches of rain and our storm ranger still showing you the busy night up into marin county. and you can see across the santa cruz mountains that highway 17 is a mess right now. they've had 6 inches of rain on the ocean side, two to 3 inches towards the summit within the last 12 hours. you can see how the moisture really isn't moving october and that is the storm that is stalling out here giving us wind at times and as you saw quite a bit of rain. now how much of this is going to stick around tomorrow? we'll have a closer look at that in about ten minutes. let's get a look at what drivers in los gatos are dealing
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with. >> reporter: it has been an extremely busy night here on highway 17. we saw three fire engines and a chp patrol car go up the mountain to respond to a three-car crash near moody curve. that is the sixth accident here on 17 so far tonight. with more rain coming down, you can bet that tomorrow morning's commute is going to be challenging. crashes, collisions, spinouts, just a few of the dangers tonight on highway 17 in the santa cruz mountains as people make their way home after the thanksgiving holiday. in highway 101 in san jose, the driver of this car told him water came up underneath his vehicle and the next thing he knew, he was spinning out. fortunately he was not hurt. here in santa clara the storm managed to inconvenience those even those who elected stay home today. hundreds had no power and this is why.
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high winds toppled a framing wall at stephen's creek subaru sending them crashing down on powerlines. power was restored to the remaining 110 people shortly after 9:00 tonight. so this neighbor relied on a backup plan. >> go get take out tonight, go to a restaurant. >> reporter: decided to work in his garden today. that's when he discovered his new fence was no match for the high winds. >> this morning i went in my backyard, and one of my fences blew down. >> reporter: most we talked with today say the storm-related inconveniences are a small price to pay for the rain we so desperately need. again, expect delays right now on southbound highway 17 because of a three-car crash near moody curve. right now we are near lexington reservoir where they received 2 inches so far this weekend. and more rain is coming down.
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reporting live near highway 17 in los gatos, marianne fa-- marianne favro. >> firefighters say five people were involved. two were taken to a nearby trauma center. the cause of that crash and if rain was a factor still under investigation. san jose firefighters are urging drivers please be careful when driving in the rain. keep your eyes on the road. let's take a live look at sfo right now where bad weather at the airport and across the country is causing delays and cancelations. nearly 500 flights have been delayed today at the airport. 494 to be exact. 164 of them were canceled, both incoming and outgoing flights are affected leaving passengers feeling pretty helpless. >> i'm just thinking it's going to a pretty long night because we lose two hours going back flying into dallas. and then we have a three-hour
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drive to get home to shreveport. and i have to be at work in the morning. so i'm not looking forward to it. >> it's going to be a long night. the average delay for all arrivals is almost 40 minutes. let's take a look at this bumper to bumper traffic in -- well, it looks like it's -- >> kind of mellow. >> a little bit of bumper to bumper on the top of your screen there. but this is lax. a lot of people heading to the airport and heading back from the thanksgiving break. lax gets really, really busy. so if you're heading to any airport to pick somebody up, just be very patient and leave. >> if that's part of your. the rain continues, police doing all they can to keep traffic flowing. take a look at these photos. this is at san marin drive. crews cleared the drains.
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police are asking drivers please be careful. up in sonoma county they have flash flood and mud slide alerts until tomorrow. this rockslide happened on state route 128. and that is near the kincade burn area. those burn hill sides thank them much more likely to produce landslides. >> people need to keep an eye out, drive slow, pay attention. >> the theme of this newscast at this point please drive carefully out there. and there's a good reason we are saying it. chp says flooding is not as big of a problem as the rock slides on the roads. as the weather changes we are tracking it all for you. our website and our mobile map are great resources to stay in the know. on your screen in the bottom left-hand corner is a qr code. just point your iphone at that code on the screen. it'll take you right to our weather page. i have been doing it all night. [ laughter ] that's where you can stay up to
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date and get tailored weather raider for your area. and tomorrow morning we are starting "today in the bay" early to make sure you have all the information you need. it starts at 4:00 in the morning. a man is dead and his elderly parents are in the hospital tonight following an officer-involved shooting in concord. are they still on the scene, tom? >> reporter: police just left the scene just a short time ago. we saw the medical examiner's office arrive. and they left and not long after that police started breaking down the crime team tape and left just a short time ago. we talked to a 9-1-1 call and other neighbors who told us the 60-year-old man who lived here from time to time with his elderly parents became angry and may have assaulted his parents before police arrived on the scene here. they say not long after police entered the home they heard
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gunshots come from inside the home. neighbors tell nbc bay area they heard a lot of yelling where a 90-year-old man and his 85-year-old had lived for years. one man called 9-1-1 after seeing a threat in the couple's doorway. their 60-year-old son still screaming and possibly armed. >> i just saw him at the front door wielding what looked like a pistol or a weapon. >> reporter: other neighbors told us off camera that the elderly couple was badly beaten, both covered in bruises. a concord police spokesman said the couple said their son may be drunk or on drugs and was acting strange. they also warned he had a knife and a plastic gun. >> our officers went inside and they located the son straddling his mother while holding a knife. >> reporter: who officers fired their gun. neighbors reported hearing between four and six gunshots.
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the son was pronounced dead at the scene and his parents were treated at a hospital for serious injuries. >> to be honest, it's just a sad thing that things like this have to happen this time of year and it ended the way it did. i hope the family does well after this and they're able to move on. >> reporter: the couple is still in the hospital tonight. police have not released their names or the name of their son. meanwhile the district attorney's office is investigating this officer-involved shooting. >> tom, thanks very much. we sent out a breaking news update as soon as we learned more about the deadly officer-involved shooting, and you can get news and weather alerts via our free nbc bay area app. two people are dead, several others hurt after a suspected drunk driver causes a car crash in san jose. this happened at 4:00 this morning in the highway 101 connected to 280. 21-year-old esteban aguilar jimenez was drunk and speeding
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on 101 when he crashed his dodge charger into a nissan rogue. the driver and the person in the backseat of the road were killed. others were also hurt. we are learning new details about the cost of pg&e's october power shutoffs. his report shows that the city racked up nearly $60,000 in expenses. about 30,000 went to city workers who had to put aside their usual work to deal with shutoff problems. 28,000 went to overtime pay and buying or renting emergency supplies. pg&e turned off the power to orinda october 9th-11th and then from october 26th-29th. take a look at politics now. president trump is back at the white house tonight after splitting his holiday weekend between troops in afghanistan and his florida estate. he arrived back in decision as his administration delivered a
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sharp no to the invitation from democrats to participate in the impeachment hearing on wednesday. white house called the entire proceeding baseless and partisan. experts say the refusal puts the president in a tight spot since he and his supporters have been complaining about not being part of the process. >> rounds one and two by speaker pelosi and the chairman schiff are as rigged as a carnival ring toss. >> they are invited to participate, so we are certainly hoping that the president, his counsel, will take advantage of that opportunity. >> it is a critical week in the impeachment inquiry. tomorrow lawmakers review allegations against the president. tuesday the intelligence committee votes on whether to send the findings to the judiciary committee which takes over wednesday with the hearing for the constitutional grounds of impeachment. what one star's daughter had to say in a new video. and you have some new competition when it comes to
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hunting for cyber monday deals. what you need to be aware of before shopping online tomorrow.
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a national scandal involving her parents changed her life. now the daughter of actress lori loughlin is speaking out. her daughter olivia returned to youtube today uploading her first video after the college admissions scandal. prosecutors say her parent paid more than $500,000 to get olivia and her sister into usc. her parents both pleaded not guilty to those charges. olivia is no longer enrolled at usc. she took to social media saying she can't legally talk about the charges that her parents are facing, but she is excited to get back to posting videos about her own life. enter on the prowl to steal your cyber monday deals. nbc explains what you need to know about cyber gangs and so-called grinch bots. >> reporter: first came the black friday frenzy. online shoppers shelled out a record $7.4 billion. now the cyber monday rush already on track to break more
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records. 77% of consumers plan to shop tomorrow expected to spend $9.4 billion. and forget the laptop. consumers are buying 50% more on their smartphones than last year. retailers are attempting to woo customers by extending cyber monday into cyber week. best buy offering up to $250 off lenovo laptops and chrome books. hotel tonight has 25% hotel bookings. apple advertising gift cards up to $200 now through cyber monday depending on what you buy. getting those packages into your hands fast has become more competitive than ever. >> you can order in the app, and within two hours i can drive up and have my items waiting for me. so it gives the convenience of shopping online and the breadth of product but at my leaisure. >> reporter: you might be competing with a so-called grinch bot to get it. these computer programs are run by gangs of cyber criminals.
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they shop faster than you can scooping up the biggest discounts then selling them elsewhere at a higher price. they can outnumber human shoppers 20 to 1. to protect yourself, experts recommend don't buy from third-party sites to avoid getting scammed. make sure you are using a secure url with https and check out with paypal or another payment service and check your credit card statement often for fraudulent activity. to get the best cyber monday deals, always shop around. >> never pay full price and never accept anything less than free shipping. tis the season for shopping securely and safely. got a warning from san mateo police for anyone who is waiting on packaged deliveries this holiday season. that's many of us. police department says porch pirates are on the lookout to steal your packages. san mateo leaders say you can keep your packages safe by
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requesting a signature during delivery or instaling a security calm area. the opening ceremony for this year's display was delayed last night. >> it was moved to tonight, but then a large tree branch fell on the house destroying over 35,000 lights. the goal was to have the opening ceremony tomorrow night. the home still has over 600,000 lights to go. that's a lot. >> that is out there. the wet weather is making for great skiing conditions in tahoe. the upper mountain received nearly a foot of snow last night, even more snow today. skiers say this warm wet storm is bringing heavy snow. that's perfect for the early ski season. it's helping build a solid base for new runs to open. six lifts are open right now. one is open at alpine and it looks so beautiful. >> i tell you coming back after
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that thanksgiving weekend has got to be a tough one tonight. >> we are changing snow levels throughout the day. we are still seeing some heavy snow at times. interpret to see once you get there. as you take a look up at resort, we are in the mid-30s. last night we were in the upper 20s. snow levels started out near 4,000 feet. they have gone up closer 5,000 to 6,000 feet. winter storm warning continues for elevations above 5,500 feet. another foot of snow coming down. that's till 11:00 tomorrow night. we will continue to add more snow in the sierras going into tuesday and wednesday. and another storm towards the end of the week. rain back into san francisco where it's 54 degrees. winds starting to come down a bit. we still have that wind advisory through 3:00 a.m. tomorrow
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morning, especially out near the coast, still locally breezy. 40s and 50s to begin the day. and then temperatures tomorrow not too bad. close to 62 actually around san jose. 59 degrees in san francisco and near 60 in oakland. so storm ranger just keeps the rain going here. winds aloft out of the south. that's a good ramp-up for the rain as it's forced to ride. the moisture comes in off the ocean and rises over the slope of the santa cruz mountains dumping a lot of rain. up towards marin county more rain. some rain heading into concord. and north bay locations will see these bands coming from south to north. most of our storms go west to east and they are gone. this thing has hit the brakes. it's staying offshore, slowly tracking south as we get into tuesday and wednesday. and that's the reason why the rain chances are going to be lingering. i think it's the monday morning commute that will have a bigger
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impact for the north bay and certainly the santa cruz mountains. gradually less showers as we go throughout the day. and that is going to hold through midday tuesday. could see another inch of rain in the santa cruz mountains and the north bay hills. and notice the lack of rain from san jose up to san francisco and the east bay. so that rain shadow effect is still going to be part of the picture into monday. we think shower activity will decrease just briefly into early tuesday. notice how that storm, same one, by the way, crosses the coast to the south of us on wednesday. thursday looks dry. but just over my shoulder is another storm that will bring more wind, rain, and we think high surf. so high surf could be a component to that late-week storm. that's friday. saturday still more showers, more sierra snow. next weekend likely starting off breezy and a little rainy. but unlike what we saw this weekend, that storm moves out of here. so we will get the rain for friday and saturday. then by next sunday skies clear.
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so if all this rain and snow has been a little bit too much too soon, next week we will have you covered by sunday. we are on early tomorrow today in the bay because we will see some of those downpours affecting the north bay and santa cruz mountains. a little calmer weather tuesday into wednesday. >> rob, thanks a lot. coming up, remembering lives lost. the way people are mar
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that killed 36 people over there in oakland. in remembrance of the choir voices of silicon valley held a memorial concert earlier today. family and friends packed the lake merit united methodist church. musicians who were friends also took the stage. spiritual leaders spoke about the loss. >> this is not just a remembrance but it's a celebration of these young folks' lives. that's 36 lives cut short because of some grievous situation. >> artwork from the victims was also displayed at today's remembrance. a big decision coming up for san francisco supervisors. they are expected to vote tomorrow on regulations that would require landlords to have just cause for evicting tenants from buildings built after 1979. as of right now those protections apply only to tenants in buildings constructed before 1979. that proposed change would expand upcoming changes to state law.
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let's take a live look at the golden gate bridge tonight where you can see those roads are real slick. we've got water droplets on the camera lens as this rain continues to move through the bay area. >> we've had downed powerlines, spinouts. meteorologist rob mayeda is tracking the rain. >> we still have some active watches and warnings in effect for the next three to four hours including the wind advisory except nor the north bay through about 3:00 a.m. could still see gusts near 45 miles per hour. and the coast still seeing those stronger wind gusts out around half moon bay. as we could see another half-inch to an inch of rain tonight, there is a flash flood watch in effect till 4:00 a.m.
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we saw earlier some rock slides in the area. again, more of that activity could be happening into the morning. right now our storm ranger mobile doppler radar shows rain passing through now into oakland and berkeley and out towards contra costa county. probably the most rain you have seen so far tonight is finally getting into fremont and approaching the grade. santa cruz mountains continues to be the rain bullseye. we will see perhaps another inch or so on top of the 6 inches of rainfall. half a foot of rain has fallen in the santa cruz mountains. that is probably the key place to watch, your highway 17 commute. coming up a closer look hour by hour and a potentially stronger storm later in the week coming up in our forecast in about 15 minutes. >> we'll see you then, rob. thank you. our other top story tonight in the south bay. the rain and the wind blew down
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some branches and now cleanup is underway. in san jose some construction fencing blew over. christmas tree lots say the wind did this, toppled trees over that had to be picked back up this morning. a nab in los gatos said the wind was much stronger than she expected. >> last night was crazy. i have a huge magnolia tree in front of my top window just swaying back and forth, huge winds, and i think it rained all night. >> in san jose a huge tree fell near camden and union avenues. crews had to cut it up and get it out of there before noon. you could be experiencing flash floods and mud slides in sonoma county. that warning expected to last until 4:00 in the morning. >> reporter: this is the second time we've spotted debris in the roadway, and there could be more rocks tumbling down as the rain continues. this time it's along state route 128 not far from chalk hill road. mud and rocks tumbled onto the
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highway after the rain pounded this part of snowfalla county. the rocks are so big a caltrans worker had to put in a call for help. >> we need heavier equipment to come in and clear it. >> reporter: earlier crews worked to remove another rock slide, this one along geyser road in geyserville. last week the riverkeepers organization raced against the clock before the storm began putting up wobbling to keep fire debris from washing down into the russian river. so far the flooding is not as big a problem as the slides. >> people need to keep an eye out, drive slow, pay attention because this can be around any curve. >> our other top story tonight in concord, a man is dead and
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his elderly parents are in the hospital. officers were called to the home shortly before noon. police say an elderly couple called 9-1-1 saying their son was drunk or on drugs, screaming and armed with a knife and a plastic gun. when they arrived the man was allegedly on top of his mother with a knife so officers opened fire. the man was killed. his parents are now recovering from significant injuries. the white house will not take part in wednesday's impeachment hearings. in a scathing letter, the white house called the impeachment inquiry baseless, partisan, and wildly unfair, as the crucial proceedings move forward, the president has a busy week abroad. nbc's kelly o'donnell has more. >> reporter: leaving florida sunshine behind, president trump heading back into the storm of impeachment. a critical week. tomorrow lawmakers review the draft report of allegations against the president.
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tuesday the house intelligence committee votes to send the findings to the house judiciary committee, which takes over wednesday with a hearing on the constitutional grounds for impeachment. >> the president's allies complain about the process. >> rounds one and two by speaker pelosi and chairman schiff are as rigged as a carnival ring toss. >> reporter: but in his next phase, the president could mount a defense. >> they're invited to participate. so we are certainly hoping that the president, his counsel, will take advantage of that opportunity. >> reporter: republicans insist they should be able to defend the president by questioning his accusers like the whistle-blower who was not called to testify by intelligence chairman adam schiff. >> my first and foremost witness is adam shift. it's easy to hide behind a report. >> reporter: veteran california democrat zo lofgren lived
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impeachment history. a staffer on the nixon investigation, she voted against bill clinton's impeachment and said president trump's conduct is worse than watergate because it involves a foreign country. nixon's behavior didn't fall into that range. so in that way this conduct is more serious. >> that was kelly o'donnell reporting. retired admiral joe sestak has dropped out of the race. telling him that without national press it wasn't fair for him to keep asking others for national resources. he has struggled to gain more than 1% in the polls and never made it to a debate stage. people on both sides of the gun control debate will be closely watching the supreme court tomorrow. the court is set to hear oral arguments in a dispute over a new york city gun restriction. the case could have major implications for gun rights
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nationwide. supporters of stronger gun rights are optimistic that the case will lead to a ruling about the right to bear arms outside the home. gun control advocates are worried that the decision could be used to fight the hundreds of local gun restrictions passed since the sandy hook school shooting in 2012. the late civil rights leader rosa parks now has her own statue in downtown montgomery. this marks the 64th year since she refused to give up her seat so she could rest. senator kamala harris tweeted about it saying the courage she embodied continues to inspire her. from the balance beam to the diving board, simone biles could be taking on a new sport, diving. she posted this to twitter. >> you could do that. not now. >> it wouldn't look as, you
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know, sleek. you can see her launching herself into the air, flipping around and then she lands with a splash. biles still has her sights on the 2020 tokyo olympics in gymnastics. the games kick off july 24th. you can watch them right here on nbc bay area. a special dog in oregon is getting a special leg, a bionic leg. just one of special needs dogs adopted by kim and andrew. when willow was born, she was stuck in the birth canal for 12 hours causing deformities in her leg. therapy and surgery couldn't change things. her leg had to be amputated. most dogs with special smeeds are put down. but thanks to a rescue out of vancouver, she was given a second chance at life. >> she needs to be able to run and be like a normal dog.
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even now with her prosthetic leg, this is going to be, just to see her run for the first time, it's going to be amazing. >> willow will have to wait a bit longer before she can wear that prosthetic. it needs a few more adjustments before it just fits right. the family hope it will be ready in time for christmas. still ahead, roads all over the country packed as holiday the country packed as holiday travellers make the trek my parents never taught me anything about managing money. the amount of student loan debt i have, i'm embarrassed to even say. we just decided we didn't want debt any longer. ♪ i didn't realize how easy investing could be. i'm picking companies that i believe in. ♪ i think sofi money is amazing. ♪
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country made their way home. but check out this commute along interstate 15 from las vegas back into southern california earlier tonight. you can see traffic moving slowly, and i mean slowly in both directions. at one point the nevada highway patrol says the backup stretched for 20 miles. officers say despite the brake lights, drivers should never go on the shoulder to pass traffic. you might get there faster if you make it. but it could cost you $200 in a fine. many people heading home from tahoe had to cope with some pretty soggy conditions. this is interstate 80 right near king vail. it looks like snow falling. a lot of folks coming back from a thanksgiving spent in the snow. the drive could've been much worse through. the good news here is there were no road closures. while traffic was heavy though,
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the drive wasn't too, too bad as long as you had good windshield wipers and tires. our latest storm bringing you more than rain and snow. we are going to take you to the coast to check out some big swells next. storm radar showing you a busy picture along highway 17 and highway 101 heading down into morgan hill. he could've just been the middle class kid who made good. but mike bloomberg became the guy who did good.
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we've been talking about all the things this storm brought to the bay area. how about big waves to ocean beach in san francisco? the beach is known for large swells. it's a very dangerous place to swim, especially during winter weather. some people turned out to see the waves up close and enjoyed every second of it. >> clears the air, clears the people. it's just awesome. look at the ocean, how it's just bringing all the energy in. even the sky, especially after all the fires we just had, we need to clear it up. >> and it cleared out. authorities would like to remind people the waves can be dangerous. be alert and cautious around them. don't turn your back on the waves. >> some really good advice. weather is going to stay rainy for the next like five days. >> if you have a weather app and it has rain drops like literally all the way across it, it's not nonstop rain kind of like we saw today. it's going to be coming in waves. and tomorrow and tuesday i think
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we will catch a little bit more of a break from the steadier rain. the rain totals very very interesting compared to what you had in the santa cruz mountains compared to what you had in san jose. you get atmospheric river style moisture that drops a lot of rain on the santa cruz mountains. as that same air mass drops, it begins to dry out. as we go through a typical rainfall season, it's one of the reasons w reasons. you don't expect to see such a dramatic ratio set up from one storm. but when you get an atmospheric river that stalls out, prevailing winds staying same throughout, you can get more than 6 inches of rain and less than a quarter of an inch in san jose. as you head into the north bay thanks to the south winds, 4 to
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almost 5 inches of rain. and more than 4 inches of rain in santa rosa. some nears getting closer to 3 inches of rain by tomorrow morning. from saturday morning through monday morning 2 to 3 inches of rain south of san jose. still more rain in san francisco. we'll see a little more of that for the morning commute as the rain picks up in intensity for the morning. then we will see less showers heading through the afternoon. upper 50s to low 60s for highs for tomorrow. notice the rain there, santa cruz mountains south san jose, it will be the highway 17 commute that it will have a big impact tomorrow. more rain pushing through san francisco and more rain at times into the north bay. the system that is offshore is tapping into that tropical moisture plume not moving very quickly at all. the first half of tomorrow probably has more widespread rain. as we head towards tomorrow
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night, rain starts to get more isolated and scattered. rainfall projections, another inch possible. but same storm by the way that got here saturday, kind of sticking offshore for wednesday into the morning hours, makes another run back to the coast. finally by wednesday evening it clears the area. by wednesday and thursday we will watch this next storm which has a stronger surface low. we can have high surf coming our way on friday with wind and rain. but that storm will move through a little bit more quickly. showers to contend with on saturday. then on sunday skies should clear so a 50% sunny weekend ahead perhaps for next week. less showers we think as we get into tuesday. wednesday a little more rain from that same storm system. but keep an eye on that saturday storm. looks like more wind, bigger waves and another round of rain
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coming our way to start next weekend. >> let's just take it day by day so it's not so overwhelming. turning it over to towards more. jim kozimor joins us with the preview. >> the silver and black looking to get even with the chiefs. meanwhile the 9ers taking on the ravens in an early game that many think could be a super bowl prefer. sports ahead after the break.
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the 49ers and the raiders both had tough tests on the road today. >> jim kozimor joins us now with highlights from both games. >> hi, everybody. i'm jim kozimor at the xfinity sports desk. there's been a lot of talk this week about the 49ers and ravens being a possible super bowl preview. the two teams met in super bowl 47 with the 9ers falling just short with that miraculous comeback. could they exact a measure of revenge today or did history
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repeat itself? the two best teams in the nfl leading the 49ers on the field but a wet track. jimmy garoppolo throws it deep, but it doesn't stop. makes the catch at a 33 yard touchdown. later in the quarter this thing gets a little bit interesting because on a 2nd and 7, lamar jackson who's just so dangerous, he's able to float this pass over the top of the defense, and it's the tight end mark andrew with the catch to tie it up at 7 apiece. second quarter, third and goal, jackson calls his own on the left side. gives ravens the lead 14-7. and then later on in that second, 1st and 10, and they had a big game today in the wet slop. he goes 40 yards on the carry. he would finish the day with the team leading 146 yards. time winding down, three seconds left and justin tucker with a 49
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yard fold goal. baltimore wins 20-17. >> i'm real proud of how they fought. our guys impress me every week with what they do. we had a lot of chances to win that game. we came up short. that's no one's fault. everyone gave it all they could. but i'm excited about our team. i am excited to go away for a week here. we are going to stay here in florida and get ready for new orleans. i know our guys fought hard. they wish the game was still going. didn't end the way we wanted, but we are excited to get on a plane and spend the week. >> the raiders were in kansas city with first place on the line taking on the chiefs. first quarter, 2nd and 12 derek carr looking for darren waller. he ends up finding the honey badger. comes up with an interception. patrick mahomes dangerous. floats it over the top.
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darren williams with a catch. that's a touchdown and the chiefs 40-9. they beat up the raiders. here's jon gruden. >> our inability to stay away from the penalties and put ourselves in horrible situations. we had turnovers in the kicking game. we had i think four defensive false starts. we had a pick six. we just never found our rhythm at all. that's disappointing. but i know where we are. i know where they are as a football team. we have work to do, and we are going to continue to try to catch the chiefs. >> so, the 49ers lose, raiders lose, and the warriors lost. hat trick for bay area teams on a sunday. that's going to do it for sports. i'm jim k
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santa clause might be visiting your town soon. but we are not sure which one of these slaanta clauses is the on who is going to be visiting. >> hiding in germany. >> this is the biggest gathering of santa clauses. every year southern germany hosts a santa clause parade, gets everyone in the christmas spirit. this year more than 70 santas and their helpers gathered in the town square to get things rolling. but they had another purpose as well. they were protesting the commercialization of christmas. last year they made it in the guinness book of world records for the most santas in one place. i don't know if they are succeeding in the decommercialization of christmas because we were doing that story about 9 billion expected to be spent tomorrow on cyber monday. out we go. you know, during the 9:00 show i was looking out there and people were on the ferris wheel, and the wind's blowing and the rain
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is going sideways. they are going to do it no matter what. they don't care. morgan hill, gilroy, and santa cruz, i think you are sick of the rain. san francisco more rain there too. that is a sign of your monday morning commute. we will see more rain at times. we think decreasing a little bit into tuesday. coming back in mid-day wednesday and then a second storm showing up as we head towards next weekend, friday and saturday, that storm could pack quite a punch. we could be looking at some wind, rain, and surf on the way. that's we are tallying up those rainfall totals. parts of the santa cruz mountains 6 inches of rain. 2 to 3 morgan hill and gilroy. in the north bay 4 inches of rain. you would think we'd have more runoff problem but we started this weekend literally other than that one storm on tuesday and wednesday, things are completely dried out.
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now the storm has started to saturate the ground. so when we get that storm later next week i think we will have to watch some of the creeks and streams because they will be running higher because of this pattern. >> well, we have been asking for rain so here it is. >> people in san jose are saying what are you talking about. [ laughter ] >> a half foot of rain in the ocean-facing size of the santa cruz mountains. a quarter inch so far in san jose. >> have a great night and a great week.
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this sunday the impeachment fight with the house ready to drop charges against president trump. >> we see a violation of the constitution, we have no choice but to ask. >> the president's supporters. >> we won't let the democrats in the house destroy this president in a sham process. >> and the president -- >> these are the facts of the case closed, game over, turn off the television. >> attack the process as illegitimate and hoping to encourage the swing district democrats to vote no on impeachment. i will talk to democratic senator and presidential hopeful amy

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