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streaming on cbsn bay area, a heavy poceswarming a santa clara county neighborhood. the new details coming in overnight. plus, an east bay county topping the most coronavirus cases across the region. the question a second lockdown looming? this morning, the health director weighs in. and relief in the form of $5 billion. how the massive funding is set to help california's schools. good morning everyone, it is thursday, july 30th. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm len kiese. let's get right to your forecast this morning with mary lee. good morning mary. good morning to you len and michelle. happy thursday. almost friday here. and we're lookattees a little b rmer compareto yesterday so seasonal for this time of year, a live look with our south bay san jose camera in san jose right now it is 61 degrees. with cloudy skies. so low clouds and areas of fog along the coast and right around the bay.
and even spreading inland in spots although clear skies in concord this morning. so mid- to upper 50s to low 60s as we head through the day, 64 in san francisco and 71 in oakland and 82 in san jose and 91 for concord. so cooler at the coast and mild around the bay and heating up inland. we'll talk more about the warm- up in store for us for the rest of the week coming up. i'm anne makovec at the live news desk. and we have some breaking news right now. an earthquake in southern california was a 4.2 magnitude that hit at 4:30 this morning. it was in-between san fernando throughout the area. lot of people of course in bed at that point. so we don't have any word of any injuries or any damage. don't expect anything significant. again, from that 4.2. also following this breaking r ltiple people were shot. this is in the southern part of the city. now police have not been able to confirm anything to us yet. but we see a very heavy police
presence there and several people being taken away in an ambulance. so it's -- on snow drive just west of 101. snow is still shut down and up to four people is the latest figure that we've heard. again unconfirmed. taken to the hospital. so we have reached out to police for more information on that and we'll keep you posted throughout this morning. back to you. now to our coronavirus coverage. right now alameda county has the most coronavirus cases in the bay area. prompting questions of a second wave in lockdown. the county is now closing in on 11,000 cases. kpix 5's kiet do is live in >> rorter:od morning. sothe hea the number of cases has stabilized somewhat but any further reopening of the economy is on pause for now. take a look at the graph that the health department recently released. it shows the relationship between the uptick of covid-19
cases and when the shelter-in- place orders were lifted. each time a business sector is allowed to open, you see another rise. now this map also drills down a bit further and shows the dark red areas where the cases are spiking. this is mostly in east oakland around the coliseum airport and fruitvale and along the 98th avenue corridor. case rates are more than 1500 patients per 100,000 people. alameda county also now has its highest number of hospitalizations since the pandemic began. the county is working with the state and is considering a roll back of the reopening. interim public health director dr. nicholas moss says the culprit is community transmissions that are happening through social gatherings. >> i think it's not so much a story of any one particular sectors but rather any place where people have had to return to work, where they couldn't remote. >> reporter: now a lot ison gua san quentin live in alameda county. no evidence of that outbreak there that's happening at san
quentin prison spreading into the community here in alameda county. we're live in oakland, kiet do, kpix 5. statewide, california is reporting the most in a single day. 197 on tuesday. that's along with more than 8700 new cases confirmed. and every county in the state is reporting cases of coronavirus with modot county confirming its first two cases yesterday. the county reopened its economy may 1st way ahead of approval. and some startling new numbers out of santa clara county this morning. we've learned the latinx community in the county is being hit especially hard by d- ty leade announced yesterday that every one out of two covid-19 cases is someone l as of wednesday, the county reported 9,612 confirmed cases and 188 deaths. east san jose and south county
or gilroy are being hit especially hard. >> they're usually front line workers you know. they're from my understanding, is they're just exposed to so much more. >> we've seen more latinos that are working in the front lines and because of that, because of them, their work, and helping us and serving us, they put themselves at higher risk. >> county leaders also say half of the covid-19 cases are in those under 35 years old. developing this morning, at least nine employees at this costco in sunny veil have tested positive for coronavirus. last night the santa clara valley health department says the location is still open but working with the iler on next steps and an investigation. new this morning, the san francisco unified school district will get $15 million from the city. will go to helping support teachers and students as distance learning happens in
the fall. and with most schools getting ready for distance learning this fall, the state school superintendent says his department has started sending out $5.3 billion to school districts for technology. he also says he'll reveal more details this week about statewide ethnic studies classes. >> we must address racism and bias and prejudice in all of its forms and there's data that shows that there's been an increase in hate against african-americans and against jewish people, against gays and lesbians, we have to stamp hate this moment the department of education is leaning in. >> the estimated shortfall of around 700,000 laptops is being addressed with the department of education working with tech partners like intel. connectivity and rural areas is also being boosted approximately 300,000 hot spots will be needed in order to meet ans leading up to the school year just head to the special section on our website
at kpix.com/backtoschool. well, this morning we are hearing from the muni driver who was attacked by a passenger who was not wearing a repeated announcements about mandatory mask wearing and eventually pulled his bus over to put it out of service when the suspect did not comply. the attacker hurled racial slurs and spat at the driver. and it only escalated from there. >> he struck me once on my right finger and once on my right leg with a baseball bat. eventually i was able to grab the bat away from him. once i did that, he struck me twice on the side of my with his firsts. >> the attacker has not been found. the union says the organization is asking the city for more people to enforce public health rules. not drivers. along with hazard pay for employees who deal with the public. new this morning, another covid-19 outbreak now confirmed in the santa clara county jail
system. this time, at the elmwood correctional facility in milpitas. at last check, 15 additional male inmates in the mab for the a news comes a day after a female inmate was infected and take. to the hospital. the santa clara sheriff's office says right now they don't know how the outbreak started. for now, all mab visiting has been suspended. new details now. police in antioch have arrested a 25-year-old man over the murder of his estranged girlfriend jenae bridges. police say darrell randall fired multiple shots into a car from a semi-automatic gun parked outside a 7-eleven on monday killing the woman. after randall was arrested, police searched an address in oakland and found a stash of around 20 firearms and ammunition and several assault rifles. the woman is the mother of his child and police say they had been going through child custody issues. their baby is safe in the custody of family members.
this morning, san jose police are working to identify a jewelry snatcher after arresting his suspected accomplice. police say these two suspects were caught on camera approaching two separate victims and yanking gold chains right off their necks. both robberies happened along coyote road last month. the first suspect was arrested last week. if you have any information police want to hear from you. after scenes like this, storing black lives matter protests in oakland a judge sued a preliminary injunction limiting police use of force. under the order rubber bullets and flash bang grenades can only be used when it's a threat of imminent physical harm or disruption. able to house 30 young people and give them the opportunity to be able to just pursue their dreams. >> next on kpix 5 and streaming
on cbsn bay area, trailers for housing the homeless. what's working and what's not. that's coming up. it's a little foggy on our golden gate bridge camera this morning. so tracking low clouds and areas of fog as we start off our day but we'll catch that clearing for most of us. i'll show you futurecast taking you hour by hour coming up. and speaking of bridges, let's get a bridge check for you. look at that. everything in the green right now on this thursday morning. at 5:10. thanks for spending some time want restaurants to open? and schools? want the economy to get back on track? you're not alone. and you can help make it happen. stay 6 feet apart. wash your hands. wear a mask every time you leave your home. choose to join the fight against covid-19.
5:13 right now. hundreds of homeless seniors are off the streets of the bay area and into trailers this summer. >> the state announced back in january that it would donate the trailers that are usually on standby for emergencies to help house the homeless. and this morning's project home, susie steimle takes working. hexpe >> i think it's beautiful. >> it's a good thing. >> reporter: what a difference a few months can make. when we first caught up with this couple they were living thing in a tent on 77th street and had lost hope. then a few months ago, the to
g base. the oakland new trailer program for homeless seniors. now they live in one of 67 brand new trailers donated by the state. >> the trailer is nice. it has a kitchen and a bedroom. a little sitting room. >> it's -- it's the average trailer. >> what we want. >> right. it's running water. constant electricity. you don't have to worry about gas. or generator. running water, we don't have to go to the fire hydrant and get water and the water jugs. >> reporter: the trailers are part of a statewide push to house the homeless. governor newsom dispatched about 1300 of these to counties across california including san francisco which is having success with its own fleet. >> really jumped on it. >> reporter: abigail stewart
con is the interim director of the city's department of homelessness and supportive housing. >> it's been the emergency management and dph all of us working together to kind of pull off this wild experiment which is helping to keep approximately 120 folks highly vulnerable folks, from the bay view who are experiencing homelessness during covid. >> reporter: thanks to the port of san cithat provided the land, she saidsetting up the space to put the trailers on and hooking up utilities was smooth sailing. >> up and running in a matter of weeks. >> reporter: but in san jose a different story. >> this t th't wk out. >> reporter: the city council member says the city was offered 90 trailers but the only place to put them ended up being the parking lot of the happy hollows zoo. >> i didn't think it was a fantastic idea but we had to do something. >> reporter: not only e rs we emergency housing during last year's fires were in bad shape. the city spent more than $1
million on repairs connecting water and sewage but three weeks after opening -- the project was scrapped. dozens of homeless occupants were transferred to hotels and now the trailers it is empty. and those aren't the only ones. 16 more donated trailers have been gathering dust unused in this city of oakland lot since january. >> we just thought it would be a wonderful opportunity to serve some young people. >> reporter: he promised he could have them to house the homeless youth he serves. >> our waiting list is still over 100 at tiles. >> reporter: but negotiations dragged on for months. the most recent plan in west oakland is on hold indefinitely but bail is not losing hope. >> lots of bureaucracy involved and different agencies trying to work together and their legal department. but rest assured, they are going to be used and they're going to be able to house 30 young people and give them an
opportunity to be able to you know, get on their feet and have an opportunity to just pursue their dreams. >> reporter: for kimberly and len tin, trailer living as comfortable it is a for now is just a comfortable steppingstone to what they want. >> we want affluent and back door with key in it. >> and a landlord. >> we can pay rent. we want to pay rent. >> reporter: they left their tenth on 77th street. then industry of the homeless neighbors to one of the friends. now they hope to leave their trailer to the next person in need. >> let us start getting out of here so more people can get in here! our next step is out of here so somebody can have our trailer. >> reporter: we've recently learned the trailers -- >> keep sending your stories and ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. and see all of her reporting on our website. well, get ready to feed the meteor once again in san jose. starting monday, city will start handing out parking tickets after a four month pause. however, five downtown parking
garages will still be free for the first 90 minutes. it's about 5:118 here's check of traffic with michelle. >> thank you, len so much. taking a look at the traffic around the bay area, not looking too bad this motake ac now in oakland in the northbound lanes of 880 near 98th avenue. no delays in the area due to the accident. the usual slowing we're seeing for the supercommuters coming in from tracy. you can see over the altamont pass. speeds dipping down to 17 miles per hour. lookinglike a 30 minute drive from 205 to 680. but your main travel times on the other roads all looking in the green. so that's looking pretty good. south bay travel times all in the green as well. and taking a look at the san mateo bridge, we are seeing a
few brake lights, a bit of a slowing on the span. but still not too bad as commuters are making their way into foster city. and let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights are not on right now. so you can see traffic is moving along through that toll plaza right now. that's a look at traffic. now a look at weather with mary. we are looking at low clouds and areas of fog along the coast and right around the bay. and even some of the inland spots that gray start. and you can see that on michelle's live traffic cameras this morning. a live look with the treasure island camera lookg at the bay idge in san francisco. across the bay and our temperatures many id to upper 50s to low 60s at this hour, 59 concord and 57 oakland and live more and 61 in san jose and 55 for santa rosa. as we kick off our thursday. as we take you through the day, we're talking about a 30-degree temperature spread from the coast to our inland spots this
afternoon. so a big difference compared to from the coast to our inland locations. so for the coast, cool and cloudy and breezy in the low 60s around the bay catching some colleaguing and mid- to upper 60s to low 70s. with breezy conditions. mild temperatures and warm to hot conditions inland with this afternoon. our typical late july weather pattern continues for us as we look ahead to the end of the week, especially into the weekend, this ridge of high pressure over the desert southwest will be building in. and that means our temperatures will be on the rise so really for our weekend especially inland looking at hotter temperatures. taking you hour by hour on futurecast. you can see the skies clearing for most of us except for the coast. the cloud cover moves back in for tomorrow morning. anen ag're reg aheaay afternoon. so really that weather pattern, that quiet weather pattern continuing for us here in the bay area. for the south bay looking at 82 in san jose as well as for santa clara and for the east bay topping out 91 in concord
and 92 pittsburg and mid 90s antioch and brentwood. the tri-valley upper 80s to about 90 degrees in livermore. around the bay, 64 in san francisco and 63 sausalito and oakland, you will be warming up to 71 as well as for alameda. for the north bay mid- to upper 70s to low 80s. 80 for santa rosa this afternoon. and topping out at 83 for windsor. here's the extended forecast and what you can expect. there we go. warming things up just a little bit for friday. and especially into the weekend. the warmest days out of our extended forecast and cooling it back down by the middle part of next week. back to you. 5:21. on a mission to mars, next on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, we just showed you nasa's big launch live. what researchers are hoping to discover. and coming up at 7:00 on "cbs this morning," national debate over reopening schools intensifies. plus how local officials are reacting to this grim milestone on a new coronavirus death
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rover that just blasted off from florida. at about a quarter to 5:00 this morning. that is nasa's perseverance riding an atlas rocket into the morning sky in the world's third and final mars launch of the summer. this is the biggest, most sophisticated mars rover ever built. it is a vehicle about the size of a car and it's equipped with cameras, microphones, drills, and lasers. this is the start of a long- range project to bring the first martian rock samples back to earth to be analyzed for evidence of life. it will arrive on mars in february. back to you. in our next half hour, a silver lining to the pandemic, rent prices in san francisco are dropping, what's expected in today's report coming up in the next half hour. >> reporter: alameda county pulling ahead of other bay area
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right now on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, coronavirus cases surging in alameda county. the concerns this morning of a second wave. plus, we're just hours away from the funeral for late congressman john lewis. a look ahead at the final good- bye for an american hero. and another round of jobless claims expected to be even worse than last week's report. we'll have more on that in just a moment. good morning everyone, it is
thursday, july 30th. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm len kiese. we are standing by for a special report with those new numbers but first, mary lee, has her eyes on some numbers of her own. the temperatures as we go through this thursday. good morning. all right. yeah, good morning to you len and michelle. well, watching those temperatures climb especially inland this afternoon. so a big temperature spread from the coast to our inland spots about a 30-degree temperature difference and we're looking at temperatures heating up inland and mild around bay. and cooler at the coast. so as we go through our day, clearing for most of us except for the coast. 91 in concord this afternoon and 82 saseand 71 for oakland and now let's go to a special report in progress. by the pandemic. we're expecting an historic drop in america's gross domestic product gdp. that's the broadest measure of the country's economic strength. analysts say the economy is in serious trouble right now and we're also going to be getting
numbers on how the pandemic is affecting the job market. the labor department just reported another 1.4 million americans filed for unemployment last week. this comes as congress s ed ove stimulus package to boost the economy and to help people who have lost their jobs. let's bring in cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger. start with the gdp report. what does that tell us? >> reporter: first of all, gdp, that's the total measure of the u.s. economy. goods and services. and we saw a historic contraction in the second quarter. down by just under 33% on an annualized basis. now just to remind everyone, because you don't study econ 101 every day, 33% doesn't mean we dropped by a third over one quarter from another. it means if we were going to push this through for the next four quarters it would be a 33% drop. this amounts to about a 10%
drop from the previous quarter. it is awful still. just remember, the worst performance that we have seen since records have been kept back in 1947 and anthony, this does sort of approach the great depression era. we didn't have numbers at that time. but it's clear it was a devastating contraction in the u.s. economy and that's what occurred in the second quarter of the year. >> yeah and that affected that had of course our job losses jill. what do you think of the unemployment number for the quarter? >> reporter: well, this is clearly just like jay powell said yesterday. the chairman of the fed. the pace of the economic recovery is following the virus. cause we ve seen e viru the south and west, we sort of stopped short on the progress we were making the weekly claims. so to have here in the 19th, 20th weeks since this all began, to have another 1.4
million people apply for unployment it's staggering. more than 53 million people have applied for benefits since the pandemic reared its ugly head. >> how critical does that make another stimulus package, jill? >> reporter: when i talk to economists they believe that extra money that is going to people who are sidelined in the economy right now, that that's imperative. in fact, we do expect the economy will bounce back in the second half of the year. . estimates for you know 13% to 18% increase in the quarter we're? right now but they are predicated to more help to americans and small businesses, without that help the economy could really see its -- fortunes sort of slide a little bit in the second half of the year, again, we've already started to recover. it like the worst quarter is behind us. but people will need the help? so will the economy. >> all right, jill schlesinger,
thank you jill. our coverage will continue on the 24 hour streaming network cbsn. you can watch it at cbsnews.com or the cbs news app. more to come on the local news onhe cbs "eveningon and tonight "cbs this morning." this has been a cbs news special report. i'm anthony mason, cbs news, new york. all right, i'm anne makovec at the live news desk. and let's take a live look in atlanta this morning outside the ebenezer baptist church. where the late congressman john lewis we don't have that live shot for you unfortunately. is going to be eulogized this morning before he is laid to rest this afternoon. three former presidents are going to be in attendance. george w. bush, bill clinton, and barack obama. this is going to be a private funeral in the church where
martin luther king jr. used to hold services. this is going to mark an end of series of events over the past week honoring the late congressman who died at age 80. we're going to carry that ceremony live for you later this morning. here on kpix 5 and on cbsn bay area. back to you. >> reporter: i'm kiet do and we're live in oakland where alameda county has now pulled ahead in its number one in coronavirus cases in the bay area by a wide margin. in fact, alameda county now closing in on 11,000 cases and second place santa clara county now with 9600. followed by contra costa county at 7700. alameda county also now has the highest number of hospitalizations since the pandemic began. the county is working state and is considering rolling back the reopening. interim public health director dr. nicholas moss says the transmissions that are happening through social gatherings and any further easing of lock down is now on
pause. >> i'm really still very concerned about our hospitalizations. and so until we see some stabilization there it's too early to talk about reopening. >> greater than just one person. it's greater than just me. you have to kind of like help everybody with this situation. >> reporter: now take a look at the map. that drills down a bit further. showing the dark red area where is cases are spiking. mostly in east oakland around the coliseum and airport and fruitvale and along the corridor. case rates here are more than 1500 patients per 100,000 people. we're live in oakland, kiet do, kpix 5. the number of coronavirus cases worldwide now exceeds 17 million. that's according to a running tally by johns hopkins university. more than 667,000 people have died including 150,000 in the
u.s. and this morning, the house of representatives has new rules for masks. speaker nancy pelosi says all members and staff must now wear face coverings when they are in the house chamber. anyone who shows up without mask will be given one. and this comes after a republican house member from texas louis gohmert tested positive. for months h e didn't wear a mask while in the capitol and now he is the tenth member of congress with a confirmed case. u.s. supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg is back in the hospital after undergoing a procedure on her liver. we're told it was minimally invasive and everything went fine. the 87-year-old could be released by the end of the week. update w on wide col admissns scheme. a financier just been sentenced to six months in prison. prosecutors say manuel enriquez paid $200,000 to boost his daughters' entrance exam scores
to get them into georgetown. yesterday he cried before a judge calling himself a common thief. the latest rent prices today in the bay area are set to be released. and we got the highlights beforehand showing rent prices in san francisco are dropping while suburbs are staying solid. in san francisco, a two bedroom dropped an additional 3% month over month. and 12.1% year over year. in san jose, it is down 5.7% year over year. meanwhile oakland recorded a 6.6% spike. >> it begins to climb and we are seeing mountain view menlo park and santa clara with largest year overear declin 'rw >> definitely ask questions and it's okay to make some sort of -- because there's so many units available. >> farther out from the bay, rent prices have gone up.
august numbers show the cost of a one or two bedroom apartment in sacramento increased more than 10% year over year. meantime, this morning, a third extension has been issued for eviction protection in alameda county. the eviction moratorium was just extended until the end of the year due to the ongoing pandemic. a live look now on capitol hill where today california officials are expected to grill edd leaders after one million californians still haven't received their unemployment benefits. the system at the employment development department had been crisis mode since the beginning of the pandemic in march. when it was hit with 9 million unemployment claims. from day one, the governor has pledged to improve this system. the governor's office has launched what they're calling a strike team to handle the mountain of unprocessed claims.
>> i probably called edd 8000 times, for real. 8,000 times. >> i'm tired of the excuses that say yeah, we just -- had this huge deluge. they were not prepared for even a slight uptick. let alone a deluge because they had not even gotten the technology right as a result of the previous audit. >> back in march, 88% of all claims were approved within two weeks. in june, that number dropped to 52%. 5:40 right now. coming up on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, basketball is making it big return. our dennis o'donnell tells us who is taking center stage. and from a foggy e golden gate bridge camera this morning. tracking low clouds and foggy conditions once again with that onshore flow. we'll talk about when skies will clear for most of us and we'll take you hour by hour on
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of baseball. the stadium has allowed eight holers in the first two games but the giants beating out the padres last night 7-6. no such luck for oakland though. but frankie montes became the first a's' starter this season to pitch five complete innings as they faced the rockies. the team lost to colorado 5-1. and from baseball to basketball. the nba finally back and our sports director dennis o'donnell has a sneak peek of rern. >> repter: the n returns today after a 20 week hiatus with lebron and the lakers taking center stage. using every minute of his time in the bubble to ice up for a playoff run but his focus this year is different than normal. >> but i won't be turning my ph to check in . with my family. everyone is still going well especially in the uncertainty. i can't afford to do that and just lose direct contact with everybody. >> reporter: i tell you what,
things are going well in that orlando bubble. up 344 tests on players, none came back positive. now it's time to tip off. and time for me to say good- bye. i'm dennis o'donnell, see you tonight. new this morning, dr. anthony fauci and colin kaepernick are getting the same award. they will each receive the robert f. kennedy human rights ripple of hope award. recognizing leaders for social change. dr. fauci is of course a prominent voice in the fight against the pandemic. and capper nick protested police brutality and racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem. a paralympian has had the leg returned. the athlete lost it while swimming near island white in long beach. divers with the fire department searched for it but they did not find it until a few days later. it was eventually found at the
bottom of the ocean. >> and they sent me a photo of the divers swimming out of the water with the leg in the air. and i couldn't believe it. i'd already begun the process of trying to have a new one made. which would have took seven months to have fabricated. >> he will be representing the u.s. in the javelin event in tokyo. new this morning a new poll finds a majority of college students say they are happy to not party in the fall semester as long as they can return to campus. according to the college reaction axios poll, 76% of students who responded would return to campus if they have the option. 66% of those say they would attend in-person classes and 79% said they would not attend parties in order to make that happen. meantime, beer brand natural light wants to make sure you are not missing out on the college experience. they're bringing the party to
you. check it out. this is their so-called natty- fied mobile dorm unit. you have to win a contest to get it and you have to be over 21. up for grabs a flat screen tv and even the set of lawn flamingos. i'm not a college student but i would not mind. all of that. here's michelle with a check of the traffic. >> i wouldn't mind that either. i mean, len, in college, i loved corona because it was good and it was cheap. so there you go. >> can't go wrong with that. let's take a look at traffic right now. so far the roads arenok too bad but we are tracking a couple of problem spots. there is a crash right now in -- at 580. this is near grant line road. two trucks apparently involved in this and we know a lane is blocked so you see the speeds over the altamont pass pretty low right now. 14 miles per hour. taking a look at your other
travel times, everything in the green except for that westbound 580 because of that accident. we're going to continue to keep an eye on that. your south bay travel times, not looking bad at all. they've been in the green all morning long so that's good for commuters this morning. taking a look now at the san mateo bridge. you do see some brake lights in the commute direction. looking like a 12 minute drive to get from 880 to 101 in foster city. so keep that in mind. and the bay bridge toll plaza, not looking bad at all as cars are moving along pretty nicely. it's looking like an eight minute drive from the macarthur maze into san francisco. that is a look at your traffic and you know we are seeing some fog in places, mary. that's right. and tracking it all for you, michelle, low clouds and areas of fog along the coast and right around the bay. and that gray start even for some of our inland locations as well. so that's that onshore flow kicking in once again. now as we head through the afternoon, temperatures slightly warmer compared to
yesterday. so a little bit warmer compared to yesterday here. live look with our treasure island camera across the bay and into san francisco. and you can see those low clouds and areas of fog. so looking at temperatures mid- to upper 50s to low 60s and 59 concord with clear skies. looking at 57 in oakland and for livermore with those clouds. 56 in san francisco. 61 in san jose. with the cloudy start. and santa rosa looking at 55 now let's show what you to expect. as we take you through the day all about the bay area microclimates and a big temperature spread. about a 30-degree. temperature difference from the coast to the inland locations. once again along the coast, cool cloudy and breezy in the low 60s and around the bay, mt. mid- to upper 60s to low 70s and mild and breezy. inland spot into the 80s and into the 90s. so low to even some locations the hottest spots in the mid 90s this afternoon.
with that sunshine. walking you through the day in san francisco, we're going to see that clearing. looking at daytime ghs in san francisco topping out at 66 at 3:00 p.m. and now let's show you what to expect for the east bay and oakland. and as we take you through your day, looking at 72 with that sunshine later on this afternoon. and for the south bay, in san jose, plenty of sunshine warming up to 82 degrees by 3:00 p.m. now let's show you what to expect. but typical late july weather pattern continues for us with warm to hot temperatures inland and mild around the bay and cool at the coast. but that ridge of high pressure across the desert southwest is going to build in and that mean we're going to warm up by the end of the week. end, we'e those hotter y the temperatures inland for saturday and sunday. as we take you through the day on futurecast you can see the skies clearing to the coast and at least as we head through tomorrow morning. and cloud cover moves back in and then the cloud cover moves back to the coast for tomorrow in the afternoon. so really this weather pattern
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welcome back. it is 5:54 on this thursday morning. and let's walk you through the day in concord. good morning to you. you will see plenty of sunshine and heating up to 91 degrees at 3:00 p.m. for livermore, sunshine at 90 degr p.m. and now let's show you the south bay in san jose. and topping out at 82 with plenty of sunshine. the full forecast coming up. new this morning, a high hi party into a fundraising effort. >> to help kids learn how to read. >> what does it matter. >> this indiana senior says he came up with the idea when covid put a damper on the grad celebration. by joining efforts with the local community program a child
gets a book until they turn 5 years old. so essentially they have 60 books in the library by the time they get kinrgarten. >> telling them that reading is important still. >> it's between 80 to 85 kids that will get a on it and it has their name. >> nolan's efforts have now reached $2,500. he'll be heading to butler next year. just head to kpix.com/together and you will find more stories of how we are better together. right now, san mateo county now added to the statues watch list. in the next half hour how long the county has to get off the list before businesses are forced to close. >> reporter: alameda county is now number one in coronavirus cases in the bay area. how that affects any further reopening of the economy, coming up in a live report. here's a live look outside at the city of san francisco on
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good morning everyone, it is thursday, july 30th. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm len kiese. good morning to you. glad to have you with us on this friday eve. first things first a check of the forecast with mary lee. good morning mary. good morning len and michelle. temperatures slightly warmer compared to yesterday. and we are going to see our temperatures rise as we head through the end of the week. so we're starting off our day low clouds and areas of fog along the coast and right around the bay and even the gray start for the inland spots as well. and we will catch that clearing the rnn. of us as we head so warm to hot day inland and mild around the bay. and cool at the coast with that cloud cover just kind of retreating back to the coast through the afternoon. 64 for a high in san francisco. looking at 71 in oakland and 82 later on this afternoon in san jose. and 9 # for concord. so seasonal daytime highs for this time of year.