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good morning. let's start with a live look outside this morning. the rush about to start. look at that. look at the fog returning to the bay area and, of course, on the right you have a live look at 880 in oakland. you know, the fog is beautiful but jaclyn, i think i'm more impressed with the light traffic. >> right now 880 looks pretty good. they are not dealing with that much of that fog but drivers headed along the golden gate bridge will definitely be dealing with that across the span and over at the bay bridge toll plaza, well, deing with delays. we have those metering lights on and traffic backed up well beyond the foot of the maze. it's backing up along the eastshore freeway. so give yourself some extra time as you are heading out the door this morning especially if you are going to be in areas with that fog. don't want to be in a rush trying to deal with this. but never stop on the freeway when it is foggy. very dangerous out there. heading over to the san mateo
bridge, taillights making their way westbound getting crowded along that stretch. we are still in the green tracking the travel time of 20 minutes. but it's likely to jump up here in the yellow any minute. eastbound direction flowing freely. that's a check of your traffic. over to you. how long is the fog going to stay around today? >> along the coast pretty much all the way into the early afternoon hours. it will move out of the bay a lot sooner than that by mid- morning. you can see the fog limiting visibility at the golden gate bridge. we have a west wind at 12. looking towards mount diablo 45 miles way so visibility is good there. but you can see that finger of fog that's surging in off the coast and wrapping around the rim of the bay right now. temperature-wise we are in the 40s in santa rosa with clear skies. it is clear but that cooler air
mass is not making it into the tri-valley today. 61 in livermore. the winds are all over the place. winds will be consistent later today southwest 10 to 15 miles per hour. the cooldown is again today. in fact, yesterday was 82 degrees in san francisco. today, a 17-degree drop. you will feel the difference. redwood city was at 93. 14 degrees cooler today. 13 degrees off that 95-degree mark in concord to 82. also 80s in san jose. so temperatures today across the coast in the 60s. 70s, 80s at the peninsula. 85 morgan hill. 80s out of the 90s into the east bay. a few 70s around walnut creek and concord. 60s, 70s north bay. hey, kenny, we got a change for the weekend. i'm going to talk about that at 18 minutes after the hour. >> thank you. right now in san francisco, an investigation is under way at civic center plaza after a man was shot and killed this morning. kpix 5's jackie ward is live in
san francisco with the details. >> reporter: we don't have much information but what police have confirmed for us is that a man in his 20s is dead after being shot sometime around 3 a.m. we spoke to a man who knew the victim. he says the victim's name was christian and he was homeless. he frequented the area of civic center plaza at night. his friend says he was trying to find a way to support his family. >> i heard the gunshot and then everybody jumped and then i was standing off into that direction already like i seen a friend kind of walking up out of that direction and, um, i heard the pop and everybody, like, kind of hit the ground and then i seen him. >> reporter: again, all we know is that this man was in his 20s and that he died after being shot. a lot of the people who knew him apparently are still on the scene here where his body was found. investigators tell us that they have a lot of good leads right
now a lot of information about who this shooter may be but they are not releasing details. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> right now investigators are on the scene of a deadly shooting in san jose. we're told one of the victims was shot by a police officer. it happened outside a home on laura valle lane. anne makovec is live with the latest. >> reporter: three people died here last night and investigators are still on the scene nine hours after the shooting. they got the call at 9 p.m. the people had heard shots being fired in this area. and when they got here, they found two people had been shot and killed. they then got into a standoff with the man that they believe was the shooter in this case. and they ended up shooting and killing him. so a lot of drama here when it comes to three people dying here on this street. the people who live around
here, this is the willow glen neighborhood and nice neighborhood in san jose. they were sheltering in place for several hours last night and you can see laura valle behind me is still closed off. no danger to the public this morning. but the investigation into the original two killings and then the officer-involved shooting are ongoing. the san jose police department and the santa clara county district attorney's office are investigating. the officer who fired the shot is on paid administrative leave. live in san jose, anne makovec, kpix 5. a man accused of killing a hayward police officer will face a judge this morning. mark estrada faces murder charges and pled not guilty. sergeant scott lunger was shot and killed three years ago a 15- year veteran of the police department. estrada opened fire for no reason, also exchanged gunfire with lunger's partner. he drove away and abandoned his truck in east oakland and showed up at a hospital with
gunshot wounds. during today's preliminary hearing, a judge will determine whether there is enough evidence to require a trial. today a vote is expected in the house on the latest version of the republican plan to repeal and replace obamacare. key gop leaders expressed confidence the measure has at least 216 "yes" votes to pass. possibly setting the stage for president trump's first legislative victory. >> already debated a large portion of this. finish off the rest of the debate and we'll take a vote. >> but house democrats blasted the decision to vote on the bill without a new score from the cbo. >> trumpcare means heart stopping premium increases for americans and anything from asthma to cancer and the list goes on. >> if all democrats oppose the bill as expected, republicans can only afford to lose 22 votes to get the measure to the senate. at last count cbs news has confirmed only 16 plan to vote no.
governor jerry brown is making a plea to the president about global warming. one of some democratic governors who sent letters to president trump urging him not to withdraw from the paris agreement. president trump is currently weighing whether to pull the u.s. out of the deal which was reached in 2015 to reduce greenhouse gases. in part, that letter reads: banking wor group plan to meet this morning in santa rosa to discuss state treasurer john chiang and the cannabis banking working group plan to meet this morning in santa rosa to discuss solutions for marijuana banking. organizers say the meeting was scheduled after president trump signaled a crackdown on marijuana. right now, state and federal laws have forced cannabis firms to deal entirely in cash which could create illegal activity. so leaders want to figure out how to provide better access to
banks for dispensaries before recreational marijuana businesses can operate legally. and a major upgrade coming to the lafayette bart station and how that will impact parking. i'm live with the story coming up. >> and speaking of bart, we do have some updates for you if you are planning on using mass transit today. 880 looking good heading through oakland. but we are tracking some slowdowns. are they part of your morning commute? find out coming up. >> jaclyn, you look so good sporting that warriors blue over there! hi, everybody! on this warriors thursday, "may the fourth be with you." we got a big change in your forecast. plus, another change for the weekend. >> plus, a group of bay area students takes on the best and the brightest from around the world at the robotics championship. ,,,,,,,,,,
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in just a few minutes. committee is expected to approve tomorrow. preventing drones from five san francisco agencies could start flying drones under rules that a city committee is expected to approve tomorrow. preventing them from infringing on privacy rights is a key provision of the committee. the rules spell out how they can be used. the committee began studying it two years ago after one of the rec and parks department drones was stolen. an east bay bart station is about to get a makeover but that also means staggered closures in the area. jessica flores reports. >> reporter: this station here is 47 years old so you're gonna see some cracked pavement and sidewalks. it's definitely needing some tlc. the bart officials say it's in need of some major upgrades. crews will start working on this station in mid-may and if you are looking at the renderings now, the blue
section is what they will be working on essentially they are redesigning the layout so traffic can flow in and out of the station. crews will be working on the drop-off area, they will be putting in new pavement, more parking for motorcycles and they will also be adding more parking for 88 compliant vehicles. due to the change in layout the station will lose about 24 fee parking spaces. >> here at 3 p.m. it's full. so it's -- yeah. it's very crowded. but getting in and out isn't a problem. >> reporter: plus, bart officials say the upgrades will include rain gardens and that will capture some storm runoff. so what do you need to know if you actually go to this station in the morning? well, the two parking places next to the entrance here, deer hill road, those lots will have some staggered closures for the next eight months because that's how long it will take crews to perform the major
upgrades. live in lafayette, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. 6:13. let's get another check on traffic and weather. we are going to start with the roads. what's going on there? we are actually going to start with the mass transit. >> for just a moment, we are dealing with some closure, oakland airport connector is closed out of service so if you transit bus number 73 that's what you'll need to use if you are making your way between oakland coliseum station and to the oakland airport. the rest of your mass transit running on time. we have 50 bart trains in service right now. but this weekend there is a track closure along bart and that is going to slow things down. this is all happening between fruitvale and lake merritt stations. the closure will be in effect saturday and sunday. and you can expect up to 40- minute delays. so bart advises you to plan accordingly. they will have a bus bridge in place for folks who need to
make their way between the two stations. we'll take it over to our san jose map and you can see traffic definitely starting to get a little slow along 101 if you are making your way from 680 on up towards 880 there. typical slowdowns westbound 237 out of milpitas as you make your approach towards zanker road and past that, it is smooth sailing over to 101. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. >> thanks, jaclyn. we'll call on our live weather camera. taking a look at the golden gate bridge, we are totally socked in. it's the return of the low clouds and fog. [ foghorn ] >> yes! i love the sound of that horn. that means we are having a cooldown. give it to me one more time. [ foghorn ] >> thank you very much! all right. see that flag on the fly here? that's an indication we have a westerly wind at this hour. [ foghorn ] >> and that west wind is ushering cooler air mass in from the coast. look at the fog now beginning to "pushhhh" into the bay this morning. you see a layer lining the rim
of the bay. temperatures right now clear skies santa rosa 49. otherwise cooler air mass has not yet made it due east a good 40 miles so therefore livermore is at 61 degrees. it's in the 50s in oakland with the fog trying to make tracks towards the east bay. the winds now are blowing up to 10 in san francisco, 15 sfo. we have slighter winds inland. we'll have a southwest wind today 5 to 15 miles per hour. so here's what you need to know on this thursday. fog at the coast. sunshine inland for your cinco de mayo it will be sunny away from the beaches. cooler and breezy and an unsettled weather pattern for the weekend. let me explain. first off, high pressure right here it's beginning to lift to the north traverse to the east. as it does so it's allowing this area of low pressure to the north of us to surge down in a southerly direction by saturday. it's going to spark some thunderstorms in the high sierra. and a couple of showers want to move into our back door into the east bay. here's that fog deck next to
the coast. now, watch what happens friday morning at this time. it makes an intrusion a little bit further to the east and that's when the cooler air mass settles in. your friday will be partly sunny at the coast. meanwhile on saturday we start off with partly cloudy skies. we turn mostly cloudy and computer models suggest a slight chance of a light shower by saturday night into your sunday from that weak disturbance. that's going to scrape across the sierra nevada. meanwhile, today into the mid- 90s in the central valley. 70 monterey bay. 70 in the high sierra. still warm in redding. 6:10 official sunrise. you're seeing it in the east bay but as it begins to lift higher on the horizon, not much of a chance along the coast where we're sock in at 61 degrees in pacifica. temperatures coming down any where between 10 to 15 degrees today away from the bay in comparison to yesterday. in fact, it was 95 yesterday in concord. today 83. so you'll feel the difference. we're at 91 in san jose.
today 82 degrees. we were in the mid-90s in fairfield. today in the low 80s so still above average inland. but that cooler air mass will be noted on friday with an additional drop in the temperatures. look at the weekend, both days in the 60s. make it a great thursday. "may the fourth be with you." >> absolutely. roberta, thank you. a south bay classroom students are using their skills to build robots some of the best in the world. that's what makes palo alto high school this week's firstname.lastname@example.org school. this week's "cool school." >> this is valley. he moves around, can carry gears from one place to another and maybe the coolest skill is climbing. it was designed in six weeks at the school's robotics lab. >> all the code is done by the students and every decision
about how to build it made by the students. >> reporter: they just returned from the robotics world championship in houston last month. although they didn't win the overall competition the team and valley made it to the semifinals. >> doing it yourself is a great feeling. >> reporter: valley did well and this team member won the dean's list award issued to only 10 students in the world. >> to win it and to be next to these amazing people is really amazing. >> reporter: there are 785 students85 students on the team and 40 were turned away. >> the number of students in the class goes up not down. >> reporter: the students come to the lab to become a part of a community like a family. >> this is like a second home to me in my opinion. i come here whenever i have any
free time after school when it's open. and i really think that i know what i want to do in the future. >> the community at first is very, very supportive and it's so amazing to be part of this organization and to do robotics and -- >> you can tell they really are a good team. they work well together. they're like family. most of their friends are on the team. and it's cool because the local community, businesses and corporations support them. >> you never know you might see local engineers come out of the school. >> what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at email@example.com a nd we may feature your school on the show. and i'm dennis o'donnell.
good morning. sure, i know it's just may but there is a growing sense of urgency for the giants to their act together! having won just one series so far this season, and having a chance to match that last night with the win in l.a. before the game vince scully inducted into the dodgers ring of honor. giants jeff samardzija entered with an era of 6 but had 11
strikeouts. in extra innings, hernandez, are you kidding me? the giants take the lead. they win 4-1. and they finally win a series 2 out of 3 from the dodgers. game one win golden state committed a season low 7 turnovers against utah. during the regular season they averaged more than 14 a game. but since mike brown replaced steve kerr, three games ago, the warriors have given the ball away only 24 times. is that a coincidence? >> steve, i hope you're watching this. you know, we had i think a total of 24 turnovers in the last three games. that's a area i'm doing a lot better than you. i gotten the point across to our guys a lot better. i'm taking the credit, steve. they think i should take the credit. i'm gonna take the credit. >> got to take the credit while you can. right? alabama softball bailey hemphill
homered and jumped over home plate to celebrate with the teammates. ole miss saw that and tagged her out because she never touched home plate and then alabama lost by one run. the a's 7-4 losers last night to minnesota. they have lost 8 of the last 9. warriors game two against the jazz tonight. we'll be there. i'm dennis o'donnell, see you tonight. one man is found dead after an early-morning shooting in civic center plaza. we are live on the scene with details. >> and three people are dead in a san jose neighborhood. one of them killed by police. the investigation still under way. we are live at the scene next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
[ yelling ] people wanted to get it right. and i don't think anybody here believes that we're getting this right. >> opposing views revealed as the house of representatives prepares to vote on a revised healthcare bill today. >> plus -- >> if you have law enforcement constantly going to move homeless people from one spot to another, then you're not going to be able to get -- you're not going to have the ability to actually deal with real crime. >> today san francisco lawmakers prepare to find out how many city resources are being used to curb homelessness. >> but first, we want to start with a deadly shooting in san jose. one of the victim was shot by a cop. good morning, it is thursday, may 4. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:30. officers were first called to the scene last night outside a home on laura valle lane. kpix 5's anne makovec reports with the latest. >> reporter: that private driveway has been closed ever
since. you can see behind me the s.w.a.t. team vehicle still here along this roadway. the other neighbors have been told to shelter in place. that was overnight. they say there is no more danger to the public. that's over. three people died here. police shot and killed a man that they think shot and killed two people at about 9:00 last night. police got the call to come to this area in san jose willow glen neighborhood on reports of shots fired. when they got here, they found two dead bodies and they had a confrontation with the man that they believe was the killer in the case, and they killed him. so this is still under investigation. officers have been here since 9:00 last night. san jose police department looking into this as well as the santa clara county district attorney's office. and this is san jose police department's second officer- involved shooting in 24 hours.
as for the people who died, we don't know their ages or their identities right now. we just know that the person that police shot who they believe was the killer in this case was a man. anne makovec, kpix 5. the feat of the man accused of killing sierra lamar is in the hands of the jury. they will deliberate his fate today. the defense rested yesterday. they gave the jury atop ten list to dismiss charges. calm demeanor, no murder weapon witnesses no crime scene no cause of death and the facts that she is still a missing person. he could face the death penalty. right now in san francisco police are investigating a deadly shootout side city hall this morning. kpix 5's jackie ward has the details from civic center plaza. >> reporter: kenny, this happened just a few hours ago. behind this fencing is where the body was found. what we know right now is that
a man in his 20s is dead after an early-morning shooting. a witness tells us it happened around 3 a.m. and police aren't releasing much information right now. but a man who knew the victim says his name was christian and that he was homeless. the victim was allegedly a father and he was trying to find a way to provide for his family. one witness tells us what happened after he heard the gunshots. >> like i seen him stumbling out. he says, ah! you know, bleeding and really sad. like ... then everybody took off running and scattered. >> reporter: part of civic center plaza was closed for hours but it has since reopened. mcallister was never closed to traffic. the people who knew the victim were still here and gathered around where the body was found. so police, that's all we know from police right now. but they did say that they have a lot of good leads and investigators told us they have a general idea of who the shooter may be.
and we hope to get details later on. jackie ward, kpix 5. time now 6:33. roberta, you're saying that "carl the fog" is making a comeback. >> today's high in san francisco is lower thanks to "karl the fog" making a comeback. this is our live weather camera towards a foggy golden gate bridge. look there carefully, you can see a little condensation on the camera lens. yeah, a little bit of drizzle associated with that deck of cloudiness. look at the flag on the fly. we have a robust west onshore flow. now, meanwhile, that was the scene looking at the span of the golden gate bridge 220 feet above the water. now we're looking at the towers 746 feet above the water. so this gives you a good idea we have a compressed deck of clouds surging into the bay. 49 to 61 out the door. the winds relatively light, 10 to 15 however from san
francisco to sfo. southwest winds today 10 to 15 and temperatures, that was yesterday. 93 redwood city. 95 concord. 91 in san jose. today anywhere from 9 to 17 degrees cooler. sunny late day along the coast, 60s there. 60s around the bay today. 70s pub. and out of the 90s into the 80s away from the bay. 70s peninsula. big changes for the weekend coming up. folks making their way over towards the bay bridge toll plaza. may see some smoke on the morning commute. we are getting reports of some smoke being seen right near 80 and 880 over crossing. bay bridge toll plaza jam-packed. give yourself some extra time. not the morning to run late. traffic backed up beyond the foot of the maze. it's 40 minutes from the maze to downtown. "karl the fog" say hello riding
shotgun with you on your morning commute. headlights making their way southbound. still no major delays along the stretch. but you will need to take it easy as you head out this morning. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. check this out. an evening commute home was a little breezy for some muni riders. take a look at what happened last night in a muni metro tunnel. according to the tipster, a door flew off last night between the church and castro stations while the car was inbound. muni has ordered a new fleet of cars that will start being deployed this year. today in san francisco, homelessness is set to be a key part of the conversation at a city budget meeting. the idea is to determine how law enforcement resources have been used to address the problem. supervisor jeff sheehy says that people in his district call him every day to ask what's being done to solve this crisis. well, today he along with other supervisors on the budget and finance committee will seek answers on how law enforcement agencies are tackling this problem and what their work is
costing. >> what's cheaper? you know, getting someone into some safe space or having police, law enforcement officers, go out constantly to move them from one spot to another? >> sheehy believes that increased homelessness can be linked to property crimes like car break-ins and thefts. according to data from the sfpd overall crime fell 10% last year. property crime fell 11%. and car break-ins were down, as well. they were still high after jumping 31% from 2014 to 2015. police noted a 6% drop in 2016. still, there were just over 24,000 break-ins. mark leno is now entering the ring to become the city's next mayor. that's according to the "san francisco chronicle." the 65-year-old says he expects quite a bit of competition for the 2019 race. leno was a former san francisco supervisor who moved on to serve in the state assembly and senate.
he plans to make the formal announcement today in a news conference at city hall. the new president of san jose state will be sworn in today. she is taking over to give her first major speech as president later this morning. she says her dream is to transform the university into a world class urban college. the inauguration starts at 9:15 a.m. decades old east bay bart station is about to get a major upgrade but construction in the area could make it difficult for commuters. kpix 5's jessica flores is live at the lafayette bart station to explain the reason. >> reporter: well, kenny, this station is 47 years old and if you walk around you're gonna see a few cracks in the pavement, in the sidewalk, and, um, bart officials say it's in need of some major upgrades here. construction will start in mid- may. that's when crews will begin working and if you see the renderings, the blue area in the section is an area they
will be working on. essentially, they're going to be redesigning the layout. parking layout is not the best so traffic can easily flow in and out of the station once they finish construction. crews will be working on the drop-off area with new pavement, more parking for motorcycles and more parking spaces for ada-compliant vehicles. and due to the change in the layout of the station, the station will lose some fee parking about two dozen spaces. >> if you come this early 6:00 you can get parking but if you try and come later, to drop the kids off at school and come, you're not going to get parking. >> reporter: officials say the upgrades will include rain gardens to capture storm runoff. now, all the upgrades mean that some parking here will have some staggered closures. the staggered closures will take effect in some of the parking in the entrances off of deer hill road here. so if you do use parking you just want to be cognizant of that because for the next eight months crews will be here working so staggered closures
on the parking areas off of deer hill road. live in lafayette, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. new this morning, prince philip has announced he will no longer system new invitations for public appearances. prince philip has the support of the queen in his choice to decline invitations in autumn. he still plans to honor requests spanning the summer. but starting in the fall, prince philip will reportedly appear at public events only on occasion. later today, president trump will head to new york for the first time since taking office. while in the city he will meet privately with the prime minister of australia. mr. trump also plans to sign an executive order today that will make it easier for religious organizations to become more politically active. right now the u.s. tax code forbids nonprofit organizations from endorsing or opposing political candidates if they wish to remain tax-exempt. that comes as the house of representatives is expected to vote today on a bill to repeal
and replace obamacare. a revised american healthcare act won over some republican moderates when an amendment was added to help people with pre- existing conditions pay for insurance. republican majority leader kevin mccarthy says the party has enough votes to get it passed. on twitter: millions of american their are coverage.... including house minority leader nancy pelosi. she took to twitter writing >> democrats say it will lead to millions of americans losing health insurance including house minority leader nancy pelosi. time now 6:41. working to pick up the pieces. next the damage left behind in missouri from severe flooding. >> plus, in our tech report, how is "whatsapp" responding to user complaints, this after it went down for hours. ,,
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charlie rose joins us now from new york. good morning. thanks. coming up later on "cbs this morning," charlie rose joins us now from new york. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. >> hey, good morning, michelle. we look at changes to the healthcare bill before the house votes on it later today. plus, american airlines flight attendants say their new uniforms are causing health problems. what the airline is doing about it. why some employees say it doesn't go far enough. this the eagles, remember them? ♪[ music ] >> taking legal action against a real-life hotel california. >> in mexico all that and more. see you at 7:00. thank you. earnings reports are out for a
couple of tech giants. >> here's kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: good morning. couple of heavyweights in the spotlight today. tesla and facebook. tesla the main thing with them is that the model 3 is on track for production in july. elon musk says that he hopes the company will be producing up to 5,000 models a week sometime later this year doubling that to 10,000 per week next year. as far as the 1st quarter goes, tesla's loss widened even though its revenue doubled to $2.7 billion on its strongest quarter yet for sales. facebook had a blockbuster 1st quarter. its revenue up about 50% to $8 billion. profit up 76% to more than $3 billion. and facebook keeps piling up the users. it's now got about 1.94 billion active users per month. now, shares in both tesla and facebook are falling today. that's mainly because of profit-
taking as tesla and facebook have each recently hit all-time highs. some key economic reports also out today. labor department says the first time unemployment claims fell by 19,000 to 238,000. that follows two straight weeks of gains. stock market off to a pretty flat start. let's go to the big board and see how we're doing. there is some pressure because of tesla an facebook going lower. dow down 13. nasdaq down 5. s&p down by one. back to you. >> thank you. in our tech report "whatsapp" is back up and running this morning. it was down two hours yesterday including users worldwide. the company said, we have now fixed the issue and apologize for the inconvenience. they have not said what caused the problem. a widespread forecast scheme is targeting people across the web. it's -- a widespread phishing scheme is targeting people across the web. it asks you to open a google document from a trusted source. google said:
it's unclear how statewide spread the attack is and how is behind it. and facebook is close to the 2 billion user mark. the social network reported hitting 1.94 billion monthly users at the end of the march quarter. although usage of a platform is booming, some cracks are starting to show. facebook is seeing slower sales growth. time now 6:48. let's check traffic with jaclyn dunn. the situation in the east bay? >> yeah. that's right. we are dealing with a five-car crash. we are told two of the cars head on on the altamont pass road right near the landfill so if you typically take this route, do be advised that you will be in for some delays. it's sluggish into livermore. it's going to be moving faster
handle it the altamont pass road. this is 580 near 680. traffic okay there. we are tracking a crash along 4 near willow and 242 near 4 so expect delays out of antioch and into hercules. things over at the bay bridge toll plaza, looking pretty normal right now [ laughter ] >> in the red from the maze into downtown san francisco. it's a "slow, stop, go" ride, 40 minutes and traffic backed up along the foot of the maze in the eastshore freeway. through the south bay, northbound 101 from senate to cochran is still just under 20 minutes. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. new video shows the significant mess left behind in parts of missouri following powerful rains and widespread flooding. homes across ozark county sustained damage and you can see many trees were uprooted by the severe weather. meanwhile entire intersections in arkansas are resembling lakes after a levee on the black river failed. it sparked a flash flood warning from the national
weather service in two counties. the agency stressed the situation was potentially life- threatening. that warning was set to last this morning. let's check our weather in the bay area. >> we have a little bit of condensation this morning in the form of drizzle. it's all associated with a deepening marine layer that's "pushhhhed" onshore engulfing the golden gate bridge. that's the scene right now. look very carefully. can you see the flag? it's on the fly. it's blowing out of the west which is a strong indication the onshore push has begun. look at this. is this gotham city or san francisco? wow! isn't that dramatic? all right. i think the window washer abandoned the scene, left his cable behind. we are taking a look at the numbers. 48 in santa rosa. 60 where the cooler air mass has not pushed that far inland yet in throughout livermore. it is now 56 in oakland. 60 in san jose. the winds are out of the west-
southwest at 10. san francisco 15 sfo. winds will be consistent later today southwest 10 to 15 miles per hour. now, the cooldown has begun. but it has not reached orinda. weather watcher time. linda in fairfield reporting 60. a pair of 5s says darryl yee in alameda and in concord it's mild 57 degrees ron has clear skies. here's what you need to know about your thursday. we do have fog at the coast. we have the sunshine inland. it will turn breezy later today. cooler for your cinco de mayo, as well. and we'll have some breezy winds out of the west 10 to 20 miles per hour. here's the deal. we have an area of high pressure. it's now lifting to the north and going east. as it does so, it's going to allow this area of low pressure to take a nosedive to the bay area. here's the futurecast and that's what your saturday looks like. thunder bumpers, a strong possibility in throughout the high sierra and computer models won't allow some of these light showers to push foot back door of our east bay, they will push
in. here's futurecast. here's this afternoon. the fog is still at the coast and pushes onshore overnight. this time tomorrow morning we'll wake up to areas of low clouds and fog gray skies inland 45 to 50 miles. saturday a weak disturbance an area of low pressure produces the thunderstorms in the high sierra. 6:00 saturday night a light shower in the east bay becoming more widespread by nightfall. i'm still putting a big question mark. i'm bullish on it still but i'll keep you advised. today 90s and 100 for the first time this year in fresno, mer syd and modesto. 70s in the high sierra. mid-70s in monterey bay. 92 in redding. our numbers coming down a good 19 degrees in some neighborhoods. 60s beaches. we were at 82 yesterday in san francisco. today 65. 60s around the bay. 70s peninsula. 80s way from the bay into our inland areas. additional cooling takes place on cinco de mayo. there's your unsettled weather for the weekend. cooler and breezy.
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 live in san jose's willow glen neighborhood where three people died overnight. one of them shot and killed by police. it happened at 9:00 police got a call of shots being fired in this area of laura valle lane and when they got here they found two people shot dead. they confronted who they thought killed them and they shot and killed him. the investigation is ongoing
since. this private roadway is closed off while neighbors were sheltering in place but there's no danger to the public now. the "shelter in place" is off. the investigation is going on with the san jose police department and the san jose county district attorney's office. again three people dead in the willow glen neighborhood of san jose. anne makovec, kpix 5. time now 6:57. time for your "final 5. today a vote is expected in the house on the latest version of the republican plan to repeal and replace obamacare. key gop leaders expressed confidence the measure has at least 216 "yes" votes to pass. possibly setting the stage for president trump's first major legislative victory. prince philip has the support of the queen in his choice to decline new invitations after the summer. former san francisco supervisor mark leno will reportedly announce's run for mayor later this morning. leno will hold a news conference at city hall at
10:30. according to the "chronicle," that's when he will announce his candidacy. and today in san francisco, homelessness is set to be a key part of the conversation at a city budget meeting. the idea is to determine law enforcement resources have been used to address the problem. the lafayette bart station's parking lot is getting an overhaul. a number of parking spaces will be closed off and wi have to find alternate parking. construction is expected to start at the end of the month. and emergency crews on the scene as a five-car accident. we have head-on crash between two of those vehicles. this is along altamont pass road right near the landfill. closed in both directions so stick to 580. if you are on 580 it's 30 minutes on towards 680. highway 4 in the red out of antioch into hercules. 2 minutes eastshore freeway from the carquinez bridge to the maze. just under 40 minutes. and here's what you're ride
looks like over at the maze. jam-packed. roberta? >> it's back! "karl the fog" is back. >> bom! >> that's our own personal foghorn kenny choi. >> bom! >> that's "kenny choi to the world"! a little drizzle on the camera lens this morning condensation from the deep marine layer. look at that. keep in mind the tower of the golden gate bridge 746 feet tall. the marine layer is compressed up to 700 feet. no reports at sfo as far as delays are concerned. 40s, 50s 60s clear sky in santa rosa 62 in livermore with cooler air mass off the coast hasn't worked its way inland yet. 60s at the beaches today. high 60s around the bay. 70s around the peninsula. we are tumbling out of the mid- 90s to the low to mid-80s. concord dropping several degrees. >> "karl the fog" says it's not called a comeback. he has been here for a long time. .
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