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said while they typically support the reason behind the demonstrations, they wish they had more help from the police. so perhaps kirkpatrick will be able to provide businesses with the security they are look for. antitrump protests have brought the largest crowds to the streets of oakland. steve snyder of the downtown oakland association has credited oakland police officers in riot gear for preventing businesses from getting even more vandalized than they could have be. he is quoted in the sf gate saying he believes the police department is going in the right direction and understands oakland will always be the center of protest activities. most business owners want it to happen without vandalism or violence so he believes more law enforcement will keep everybody happy and safe. we'll talk about warehouse safety and in that issue you have a lot of people to make happy. >> she's got a lot of responsibilities. >> she does for sure. in san jose crews say most
buildings have been approved for reentry after flooding. anne makovec. >> reporter: i'm in the rock springs neighborhood which is the hardest hit area. most of the streets have been reopened, this is one exception. it's one of the side streets here off of center. you can see there is a huge pile of debris in the middle of the street. a lot of the cars we're looking at around it have been there since the flooding happened. this is one of several neighborhoods that you will see tagged on the home. and this is what they mean if there is a green tag on your door, that means it's clear for reentry. it's safe. if there is a yellow tag, that means it's restricted. enter at your own risk. if you see a red tag, that means do not enter. it is not safe. this weekend dozens of volunteers helped some of the returning evacuees try to clear
out the furniture from their flooded homes. the process of damage eanup wil likely take weeks. >> there is no question that there is a failure. and what we need to focus on right now is taking care of the family. in the days and weeks ahead of fixing that failure because we can't repeat that. >> reporter: that was mayor sam is liccardo who vowed to launch an investigation into what went wrong. these are some scenes from last week when 5,000 homes were evacuated. that included about 14,000 people. the city now trying to figure out if the flooding could have been prevented or better predicted. now they are starting the process of getting state and federal funds in here to help people. they first have to declare a state of emergency which the city council is expected to do tomorrow. back to you. >> what kind of help is the city giving out right now? >> reporter: you may have known
they had a community center open all weekend long where people were able to go. it's a one stop shop. that is at the the sheer cow what community center. that is where you can find the dmv, department of housing. there is free transportation to the community centers. all hands on deck trying to help out here. we found sleet and hail in the santa cruz mountains. we also had snowfalling at mount hamilton. all of that activity is out
over the medesto area. this is a weather disturbance that has brought us cloud cover. but our live weather camera from the transamerica pyramid looking due east toward oakland. here you have the bright lights of the port of oakland. visibility is unlimited. temperatures are in the 40s. but santa rosa right now reporting some pockets of fog, visibility down to a half a mile. look at that temperature. 31 degrees. the winds have dialed back. they were blowing 10-15 earlier this morning. now at sixth and oakland through piedmont and alameda and berkeley, vallejo under 5 miles per hour. this week disturbance will continue to slide down into a southerly direction and trail off to the east. it is snowing right now in the high sierra. in its wake, we will gradually clear. i will call it partly cloudy later this afternoon. temperatures should be pretty much in the 60s but instead in the 50s from the sunset
district back into ocean beach, rockaway beach. san jose this is willow glen area in the mid 50s. you should be in the 60s but you will feel the difference today. danville, pleasanton, san ramon, livermore, black hawk, alamo all today in the 50s. when you couple that wind from the north, northwest these temperatures in the north bay from san rafael into petaluma and nebraska have toe. it is 6:05.
let's take a look at bay area roads. starting in the peninsula area. northbound 101 this is redwood city after wood side road. there was a car verses a motorcycle crash causing delays at 50 miles per hour and it's still blocking the two right lanes. so just make sure you are keeping a look out for chp and crews on scene. highway 35 closed. this is due to previous storm damage. still recovering from earlier storms here. and also road work on highway 17 between glen wood drive and sugarloaf road. crews will be out there between 6:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. through march 3rd. trying to prevent future storm damage in this area. so make sure you expect delays. i'll send it to you guys. former san san mateo -- a former san mateo police officer accused of sexually assaulting
women. prosecutors say he threatened to arrest or deport the women if they resisted. winchester is behind bars on $3.1 million bonds. california republican is calling for a special prosecutor to look into allege contact between russia and associates of president trump during the campaign. >> you cannot have somebody, a friend of mine, jeff sessions who was on the campaign and who was an appointee. you will need to use the special prosecutors statue and office. >> representative darrell is one of the latest members of congress to call for the attorney general to recuses himself from the case. the white house says it's too early to make that recommendation. japanese air bag maker takata is expected to plead guilty in court today. as part of the plea they will
pay $1 billion in penalties for hiding a deadly air bag problem. the air bags can explode with too much force. at least 16 deaths are connected l to the problem. kansas city police are investigating a possible hate crime after a man opened fire in a bar. the suspect is accused of shooting three people last week including a 32-year-old indian immigrant that later died. he shouted get out of my country before shooting. the victim's widow is asking how is she supposed to comfort her grieving family? >> i need an answer. i need an answer not just for my husband who lost his battle in this, but for everyone, all those people of any race. >> hundreds of people showed up to a vigil yesterday following the deadly shooting. you can see the community walking together with signs that said love and peace.
time is 6:08. a vote is expected today on plans for a new bay area packly that opponents are calling -- factory that opponents are calling an environmental nightmare. >> we'll have much more on the oscar night fiasco that is being called one of the biggest screw ups in the show's history. >> 6:09. good morning everybody. we've had sleep in the santa cruz mountains. we've had snow at mount hamilton. we had rain over night and i have your afternoon forecast. >> and we've had a pretty quiet morning. it's now 6:09 and traffic is picking up in areas of the bay. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza if you are heading into downtown san francisco. we'll have more for you when we come back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
now news. take a look at this. spin around. it's a spectacular sunrise in the bay area. skies are clearing after over night rain. we'll talk about the full monday forecast. in chile a massive crowd gathered to catch a rare solar eclipse in action. nasa says this ring of fire eclipse was visible yesterday in parts of chile, argentina. the eclipse gets its name because the moon is too far fromet to cover the sun completely. new this morning at least 20 people are hurt after a float crashed during a parade in brazil. witnesses say one of the floats crashed into a fence and went through the stand. several students on the float and spectators were hurt. at least three of those people are in serious condition. major step in the repair
process at the lake oroville dam. they will cut out flow. the department of water resources says it's now able to gradually reduce the outflows and possibly stop them all together by this afternoon. that will let teams remove silt from the pool at the bottom of the spillway. town hall meetings on the dam crisis. many locals express frustration on how the evacuations were handled. some say it should have given them more time when they were told to leave. some supervisors also weighed in. >> nearly 150 people showed up at this weekend's town hall.
sonoma city council will vote on the proposed plant. it will be built along the banks of the napa river. some say it breaks down to jobs verses the environment. opponents have been making their feelings known. posting signs on their homes. they are concerned about the potential for pollution in the river. while supporters say the company has a good environmental record. price waterhouse coopers is -- >> the presenters were mistakenly given the wrong envelope during the most important award of the evening. >> as the cast made their way to the stage. an envelope mixup. >> moonlight. best picture. >> biggest prize of the night. best picture went to the coming
of age night. >> the celebrities pack star studded events like the elton john aids foundation oscar party here. others attended the governors ball. the oscar's official afterparty. >> my heart went out for everybody involved. it was awful. >> the musical la la land earned six of the 14 oscars it was nominated for. including best actress for emma stone. and best director. ali became the first muslim actor to win an academy award. he's from the bay area. >> well deserved. >> he cemented his place in
hollywood. he was born in oakland. >> did you see the movie be >> moonlight? >> no, i haven't seen it yet. >> it's an amazing performance. we can't let the controversy shadow how important the film is. >> the producer of la la land was so graceful in saying guys we didn't win and puts the card out there. but you can tell everyone was so confused. he said no, this isn't a joke. >> did you know how many times i wanted that to happen at the emmys? >> there were a lot of flubs this year. not at the grammys but we had some last year with steve harvey. miss universe. >> it's live tv. >> anything can happen. we have flubs on this show. >> right now my zipper is broken. >> it is. >> i tried to get -- it wasn't
working. >> i would show you but it's morning. >> tmi. >> let's take a look at traffic. it's slowing down from hayward to foster city. that lake you up to 24 minutes. give yourself plenty of time to get into foster city. and then not much better up to 30 once you hit north land road. that will take you 30 minutes. sun is coming up and you have slow traffic across the way here. it will take you about 15 minutes. if you are traveling in the peninsula, we have a crash to report here. it's a car verses a motorcycle. you have speeds up to 50 miles per hour. let's move over to mass transit. it is raining outside. bart, ace trains one and three are all on time.
back to you. >> it's not broken, it's just snagged. >> it's pretty broken. >> new york city it's not. you have to try harder. [ laughter ] two tenths of an inch of rain has fallen in the past 24 hours. rain showers moving through themy december toe area. we will become partly cloudy later this afternoon. santa rosa fog limiting visibilities down to a half a mile. 31-degree. we could say freezing fog. otherwise we do have temperatures into the 40s. in livermore here's what you immediate to know as we kick start a brand new workweek. and wrap up the month of february. becoming partly cloudy later this afternoon. midweek mainly sunny. and i'm going out on a limb and saying the next chance of rain shower after today march 12th.
so we have a couple weeks to clean out and dry out. lows exiting to the east. this is important. the ridge of high pressure this huge dome. that is what we referred to as a blocking ridge of high pressure. that has been firmly in place for years over the bay area during the wintertime. that is what produced the drought like conditions. it's returning. it's moving back into our area. here's your future cast. a few high clouds. tonight we clear out and boy we really get cold over night. dripping down to below freezing in our our inland area. high pressure nestles in, we will see a gradual warming trend. dry skies for wednesday as we begin the month of march. travel weather this morning we do have spotty showers dispating. snow is on the fly in the high sierra. winter weather advisory in
place. tahoe is currently 22. 35 tomorrow with the sunshine. official sun up at 6:43. by the time it sets at 6:00 tonight temperatures in the 50s across the board. unseasonably cool. we should be in the 60s. we'll hitth 60s by tuesday. check out your friday. that's a look at your monday forecast. i hope you enjoy your day before you head out the door. we have a lot more to share with you. ,,,,
triggered a 17 car accident that took autokevin harvick and -- out kevin harvick and danica patrick. after previously being the runner up three times. finishing the regular season in oregon. cardinals samuelson knocked down four threes. they beat oregon 65-59. stanford finishes the regular season 25-5. these guys quite a set up. rookie fouler had his four stroke lead set to one. but he would regroup. the approach on 16. wins by four strokes. the sf state gators begin play off basketball tomorrow night at the swamp. tickets still available. tip off at 7:00.
6:25 now. a mud slide sparks concerns about first responders ability to reach one bay area community in case of an emergency. in. we she'll have to >> and it's a big day for the oakland police department as their new chief is officially sworn in. we'll highlight the problems you'll have to face on day one next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
this weekend. >> and now for the kpix weather center in san francisco. i've been tracking rain. i've been tracking sleet in the santa cruz mountains and snow at mount hamilton and now i'll have your full monday forecast. here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. westbound 92 what is going on? c health care p just told us. >> it is monday, february 27th. >> and i'm michelle griego. it is 6:30.
anne kirkpatrick is inheriting a company that has been over sight for year. she will be the first female chief in oakland police history. warehouse safety is one of those big issues the chief will face. as of last week, oakland police officers have to report any unlawful party they come across and let their commanders and special events unit know. a special weeks ago the assistant police chief and city administrator gave conflicting orders on this. >> we clearly see opportunities to improve the coordination and communications among the different departments. >> in this latest order they toccate the word warehouses. some believe it's in response to the pressure from the artist community saying if officers report on illegal warehouses and landlords kick them out, they will be homeless. as anne kirk patrick steps into her role, they will work on a comprehensive policy that will
address illegal properties. we don't know many details about what that policy will entail. kirkpatrick will be sworn in at 9:00 this morning. >> thank you. new this morning walter cass is leaving his job before coming to san jose he worked 15 years as a public defender in l.a.. he plans to take a job with chicago mayor rob emmanuel on public safety. chicago has one of the highest murder rates in the country. san jose mayor sam liccardo knew cass had been considering the chicago offer. crews have cleared almost every home effected by flooding for reentry. anne makovec is live in san jose on why reaching their front door might not spell relief for the flood victims. anne. >> reporter: at least in this neighborhood. it is still a mess as you can see behind me. the city still has a water pump
and that open door is one of the red tagged homes they've pretty much gotten everything out of there. you can see to the left here a big pile of debris and there is more to come from some of these homes that were severely damaged in the floods. this weekend, dozens of volunteers came out to help. including mayor sam liccardo. trying to get some raft returning evacuees situated. trying to clear out the furniture. the process of damage assessment and cleanup though will likely take weeks from the 5,000 homes effected by this about 14,000 people were evacuated last week. and all of those homes have a tag on them this morning. if the tag is green, that means the home is clear for reentry. if it's yellow, that means reinstructed. if the tag is red, that means do not enter. it's not going to be safe. a lot of these evacuees don't know what comes next. >> we can't afford to miss a day from work.
right now. definitely can't afford it be if the city is not going to help us financially, we'll have to do it on our own. >> reporter: mayor sam liccardo has vowed to launch an investigation into what went wrong. william street park, rock spring, and three mobile home parks off old oakland road. city trying to figure out if flooding could have been prevented or at least better predicted. you heard that evacuee talking about money. that is something they will still need to figure out. they are applying for state and federal funds. and the city council tomorrow is expected to declare a state of local emergency which will speed up that process significantly. live in san jose i'm anne makovec kpix 5. a rural part of contra costa county is still mostly inexcessable this morning. a stretch of morgan territory road is closed due to a major mud slide. the ground still needs to settle completely before repairs begin leaving people in the community with long detours to get in and out of the area.
one big concern right now it could take much longer for help to arrive in the case of a fire orange medical emergency. time is 6:35. roberta is back. >> we have beautiful areas too. we love riding our bikes through that. one woman was saying from morgan territory to brentwood her community is generally 45 minutes. and now 2.5 hours. >> so it's really effecting people. >> we need a dry weather pattern in order to clean up around the bay area. >> give it to us. >> you've got it. >> for lent i'm giving up rain. i'm going there. first i want to share this with you. it's live. look at this. which would you look at that? >> that is pretty. >> you can see mt. diablo in the distance. that is spectacular. we had rain that pushed across the bay area between midnight and 3:00 producing .6 inches of rain. sleet in the santa cruz mountains. snow at mount hamilton.
can't wait to see the snow at the tiptop of mount hamilton. we have the unsettled weather outed here now. this is the scene looking out toward ocean beach where the coast is clear. low tide was at 5:45 this morning. you can see a trace of the low tide there. 31 degrees. half mile visibility due to freezing fog. 40s. wise we have temperature right now the winds have dialed back. they were blowing up to 15. will increase and rotate out of the north, northwest at 10-20 miles per hour. you couple that up with the cooler air mass that is pushing into place with departure of that area of low pressure. it will be a brisk winter day but it will be dry. string of 50s half-moon bay. rockaway beach 50s coming around the peninsula today. swinging around to the east bay. 57-degrees in danville.
also black hawk. meanwhile we are talking about numbers in the 50s and the north bay as well. we have the full forecast featuring a dry weather pattern that is coming up at 48 after the hour. how are you roqui theus? i'm good. it is 6:37. let's take a look at your bay area roads. starting in hayward here problems on southbound 880. this two car crash has been moved off to the shoulder but the damage is done. 17 miles per hour between 238 and st. helena. give yourself plenty of time if this is part of your morning commute. and same story on the san mateo bridge from hayward to foster city. that will take you almost 50 minutes and that is due to a salt car blocking the right lane on the high-rise there. the tow truck is on its way. if you are ready for the san mateo bridge, you will be sitting in a sea of brake lights. let's move to the altamont pass. you are moving at 30 miles per hour across the way. here's a look at mass transit.
everything is on time. back to you, kenny. friends and family are remembering a security guard that was stabbed outside of a nightclub. hundreds gathered for a vigil last night. ♪ amazing grace >> frank navaro was working the door on saturday night. witnesses say he was stabbed when he tried to turn away an under age man who was rushed to the hospital but did not survive. navaro coached and recently became president of the east ridge little league. president trump will call for a substantial hike in military spending today. the administration will look to protect social security and medicare from any cuts but it will include cuts to several federal agencies including the epa. president trump will have to
find a new pick for secretary of the navy. businessman and former military intelligence officer phillip builden has removed his name from consideration. time is 6:39. california gop held its convention over the weekend. how state republicans hope to distinguish themselves from president trump in a state where he is highly unpopular. ,,
k-c-b-s radio financial reporter jason brooks.. joins us now with details. jason brooks is joining us with details. good morning. >> shares in tesla are dropping once again. had a pretty tough week last week on its earnings report. today a goldman sacks analyst note is downgrading the company stock rating to sell all over
about the upcoming model three. goldman sacks does not think tesla will be able to launch the model 3 on time as promised. and there will be a delayed launch and cost the company a lot of cash in order to get the model 3 out the door. there is also concern on solar city now being part of tesla. and that solar city also take a lot of cash and as a result goldman sacks is feeling pretty barish about the company in the near term. rite now things at the stock is just too pricey. the commerce department says durable goods orders in january rose by the strongest amount in several months. although a key category tracking business investment slipped a little bit for the first time since september. stock market just keeps on winning. modest gains on friday. last second rally lifted the dow to an 11th straight record close. this morning the numbers again heading into the red. let's go to the big board and see how we are doing so far in the early going. dow dropping 46 points.
nasdaq is down 17. and s & p is falling by five points a share. michelle and kenny, back to you. >> jason brooks. thank you. 6:44 now. let's get a check on the roads with rocky. how is it looking out there? >> we had a quiet morning for awhile and now it's 6:44 and traffic is picking up throughout the bay area. let's take a look at the 880 freeway. this is a two car crash that has been removed off the roadway but the damage is done. you have backup from 238 down to whipple road. and let's take a look at the san mateo bridge, wow. lots of brake lights from hayward into foster city. this is due to a stalled car blocking the right lane at the high-rise there so a tow truck is on the way. the damage is done as well. you'll be sitting in that traffic. it looks about 52 minutes. expect an hour drive there. let's head over into the
peninsula. northbound 101 at wood side road. this is a multicar crash here and causing delays down to 50 miles an hour. that is your traffic. roberta, i'll send it to you. >> i'm still waiting for it to get light enough so you can see the snow on top of mount hamilton. please snap a photo and send it to me. our live hi-def doppler radar shows precipitation has moved out of the bay area. precipitation into the central valley and high sierra. we've had sleet in the ansa cruz mountains. we had snow in mount hamilton. you can see the traces where we had high tide. ocean beach skies are clear. san francisco 44. it's freezing in santa rosa with visibility down to about a half a mile due to some pockets of fog. oakland is at 45 and livermore
just dipped to 38 degrees. fairfield in the low 40s. alameda at 40. ron says in concord at 40- degrees with partly cloudy skies. here's what you need to know today. presip isation out of here. partly cloudy this afternoon. midweek mostly sunny skies. i'm going out on a limb and saying our next chance of rain here in the bay area will be right around march 12th. until then air of low pressure. high pressure out over the open waters. this is what we refer to as a blocking ridge of high pressure. for many winters, blocking ridge just sat there. it wouldn't budge. that's what put us in the drought light conditions. what will it do for us now? it will dry us out for a couple weeks. and we need it. we need to clean out. future cast. here's your afternoon forecast. partly cloudy. cool air mass in place. temperatures pretty much in the 40s bay side peninsula and seashore. tomorrow we'll have sunny
skies. we go into wednesday midweek. nothing but clear skies. unlimited visibility. pretty decent air quality. traveling across the state mid 50s central valley. once the rain does push out of that area, we have light snow in yosemite. snowing in 22-degrees with a winter weather advisory. the skiing and boarding phenomenal from tuesday all the way through the weekend. our temperatures slightly below average should be in the 60s many in livermore. same san francisco. same redwood city. and napa and sonoma in the mid 50s. here you have a spring of sunshineny days from tuesday all the way through the first weekend in march. enjoy your monday. wilber ross is heading toward confirmation. the senate is set to vote on ross' nomination later today. the confirmation has gone much smoother than other trump nominees have had. they have praised him including one that served under president
bo -- president barack obama. you say the party is focusing on keeping it local. >> to be clear obviously donald trump very popular. there was a card board cut out of the president and people lined up to have their pictures taken with it. the card board cut out was a died with a table nearby. trump very popular. despite that enthusiasm, elected officials and party officials are aware that president trump is not so popular in california generally. his recent moves on immigration has some people down right terrified. so i asked several people i ran into, how do you promote the republican party in california right now? >> the local level of our elections are nonpartisan. at the local level we do very well. we're holding somewhere between 42-45% of the local seats across the state.
including supervisors. we don't see that in the bay area as much. but in my county of alameda county we have elected official ifs. rs when you focus on the issues that matter to the voters and most people agree on, they don't really care what your label is. >> fresno is not san francisco, it's not los angeles, it's not sacramento. they all have very different populations. very different cultures. very different politics. it's important we keep that in mind and don't treat any politics as a one size fits all and keeps everyone local. >> so what we're seeing here is a more neighborhood focused more locally focused. >> american greatness is not from its leaders.
do not look to your leaders. donald trump will not change the hearts and minds in 140 characters. although he tries. [ laughter ] donald trump will succeed because you engage with your neighbors. >> everyone i talked to is happy the party is in power in washington and they were on board with mr. trump's cabinet picks and his nominee for the u.s. supreme court. to be clear this was not a rally to celebrate president trump. those at the convention were really focused on the work ahead they have to do. this weekend we also learned that former labor secretary tom perez was elected to be the chairman of the democratic national committee. perez narrowly beat congressman keith ellis son. he was seen as the more less leaning candidate. >> we were all cheering for ellison. we thought he would be a
fantastic fund raising opportunity for our party. >> now the next california republican convention is in october of this year as we know a lot can happen in the next few months. this just in. former president george w. bush is calling for answers regarding the alleged contact between president trump and russia. this after divisions appeared among republicans this weekend over whether an independent prosecutor should investigate russian interference in the u.s. election. this morning the former president also defends the media's role in keeping world leaders in check. time is 6:51. another bay area city is expected to decide today whether to launch a new bike sharing program. >> while most people have been
apparently, people think i'm too perky. so now i'm not being perky, telling you that drivers that switch to progressive save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo. it's 6--- time for your final five... i'm anne makovec in one of the areas that is still a mess because of last weeks flooding. this is one of the side streets off center road. you can see this huge pile of junk. as you look down the street, still muddied cars that have been there since the flooding last tuesday. and a lot of people who are still not able to get into their homes today. most of the evacuation orders city wide have been lifted. now this weekend dozens of volunteers helped some of the returning evacuees clear -- evacuees clear out the furniture from their flooded
homes. the cleanup will likely take weeks if not months. mayor sam liccardo has vowed to launch an investigation of what went wrong on tuesday. >> everything went down the drain. >> here -- >> reporter: here are some of the sense from last week. 5,000 homes evacuated. 1400 people were among them. people are looking to see if the flooding could have been prevented or at least predicted. in the meantime they have an assistance center that will be open all week long.
anne makovec kpix 5. >> anne, thank you. time is 6:56. time for your final five. >> oakland's new police chief will be sworn in, in two hours. anne kiln patrick comes from -- kirkpatrick comes from chicago. this morning's ceremony starts at 9:00. >> the palo alto city council is expected to vote on whether or not no launch a new bike sharing program. the city would pay over $1 million to build 35 stations around the city equipped with so-called smart bikes. testimony resumes in less than two hours in the trial of antonin garcia torres. that 25-year-old is charged with kidnapping and murdering morgan hill teen sierra lamar almost five years ago. her body was never found. at last nights governor dinner trump says he plans to is --
the accounting firm responsible for oscar voting vows a full investigation into last nights big mistake. pwc says presenter was given the wrong envelope. that was tough. make sure you go to see moonlight and la la land. let's take a look at our bay area traffic. trouble on 880. this two car crash has been removed opinion look at the damage here. you are moving at 18 miles an hour. if you are heading on southbound 880 to the san mateo bridge, that is not in any better from hayward and foster city. look at that. an hour commute between 880 and 101 due to an earlier stalled car on the high-rise. let's move over to the peninsula. northbound 101. this was a five car crash out there. it's off the roadway now. but the damage is done here and now the best weather award goes
to roberta gonzalez. >> thank you very much. i would like to thank my mom and dad. and dear lord. [ laughter ] we picked up some sleet in the santa cruz mountains. snow in mt. hamilton. it is all out of here. in its wake a lot of cool air masses settling in. you can see the showers over the monterey bay area. the sun is coming up. it's making an appearance. boy the temperatures something happened in oakland right now. 42 degrees there. 39 in livermore. 32 in santa rosa. these temperatures have dropped a good six degrees in the last 60 minutes due to that cool air that is just rolling in with the passage of that front right there. highs today topping off in the 50s under 60 degrees everywhere. dry weather tuesday through sunday. >> you two deserve an award. >> we will give you something beautiful right now. >> yeah. >> there it is. >> and it's gold.
just like the oscar. have a good day. ♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it is monday, february 27th, 2017. welcome to "cbs this morning." in a shocking oscar finale, "moonlight" is named best picture, but only after presenters gave the award to "la la land." we have new information on how the mistake happened. "moonlight's" director and writer joins us. a former c anchtsa says the white house is wrong to engage with the fbi. the son of a boxing legend detained by airport immigration agents. mow hamid ali, junior and his mother are in studio 57. he says the agents asked him
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