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what we are now learning about repairs. i just want someone caught. >> a bay area father shot while holding his baby. why his family says they may have been targeted. airports across the bay area and rest of the country welcoming fully vaccinated travelers. we are live with the exciting boost for business. good morning. it is monday, november 8. i am amanda starrantino. >> i am len kiese. good morning. already a lot to get to, let's kick things off with a check of traffic and weather and that rain is about to move in. that atmospheric river is coming our way. we are looking at especially by this evening that rain pushing in. it will take sometime but it will get here. we have a dry morning commute but that will be changing for our evening commute. high def doppler showing dry conditions, that's just ground clutter or false echos. we are looking at dry conditions. watch as we look to the rest of
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today. here is 2:00 p.m., clouds streaming in and still 5:00 p.m., rth bay. moving the clock again, he are with widespread rain at 10:00 p.m. we are talking heavy rain and strong winds with a wind advisory that kicks into effect starting at 7:00 p.m. let's check with gianna for a look. we have delays in altamont pass for super commuters. your travel time is 32 minutes from 205 towards dublin interchange. we are monitoring a roll over accident south 88 101, all the activity to the right shoulder but it is an injury crash so expect light delays. commuting through peninsula through belmont, one lane shut down due to a water main break between south road and twin
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pines lane. take surface streets to get through there, kind of hard to get there with an alternate. for more information, here is anne at the live news desk. we just got some good news on that from the mid peninsula water district. water service is back on to the neighborhood. they were able to isolate the water main. taking a live look at the scene where they still don't have it fixed, so we still have the lane closures in effect. you can see the cones out there this morning. the water main broke about five hours ago. this is ralston, very close to twin pine parks and a few blocks off of 82. this is video from overnight posted online by belmont police department. traffic is down to one lane in the east bound direction through the morning commute. they did have to shut off water in the area because you can see there was some flooding. again all that water is back
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on. your shower should be uninterrupted this morning, very important for a monday morning. back to you. developing, an east bay father is in recovery after he was shot in his home while holding his baby. >> the family is looking for answers. the incident happened last week. marco, an oakland father and husband, was holding his five week old baby in his living room when a dozen shots were fired at his home. his husband jimmy worries they may have been targeted. >> sounded like a string of fire crackers. we had our blinds up. you could clearly see he was holding our infant and our 4- year-old was next to him. they shot anyway. i just want someone caught. >> marco was shot in the mouth. his jaw is currently wired shut. recovery could take up to two years. in oakland, police still looking for the gunman who shot and killed a baby. he was just one month shy of his second birthday and was
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killed while riding in a car on 880 saturday. they were caught in the cross fire between two other vehicles. a live look at the bay area's three major airports. u.s. opened borders to international travelers who are fully vaccinated after more than a year and a half of restrictions. >> joycelyn moran is live from the san francisco international airport with the impact this could have locally. >> reporter: after more than 18 months for some families, this means being able to reconnect with loved ones. that's a big one. also airports like this one behind me, having international travelers coming through is also expected to help local businesses and hotels. this ban prevented nonu.s. citizens in more than 30 countries from entering. with the ban being lifted under
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the new rules international travelers fully vaccinated can enter if they show proof of vaccination and negative covid- 19 test taken within three calendar days of travel. fair mont hotels resorts spokes woman said international travelers can make 20 to 25% of the customer base so this is a big deal. >> our phones are ringing. they had already received people ready to book. >> reporter: this also comes as we approach the holidays. small businesses and airlines are expected to see a boost. we'll have more on that in the next 30 minutes. according to the experts being around family for thanksgiving this year can be safe. >> medical professionals say vaccinated young kids help make it possible. justin andrews is live in the newsroom. this is good news for families.
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>> reporter: especially after many of us were unsure and scared to gather this time last year. now the vaccine widely available to most americans, doctors say we can enjoy the family time. the former commissioner of food and drug administration serves as a pfizer board member said during yesterday's face the nation that families can gather for the holidays with partially vaccinated children. this allows little ones to be in close proximity around vaccinated grandparents depending on local case rights. top doctors are expecting covid immunity in younger children as they become vaccinated. >> children partially vaccinated have some immunity. i think using testing smartly in the settings can protect the setting. >> reporter: here locally santa clara leaders will be hosting a virtual town hall meeting tonight. doctors are giving us a progress report this morning too saying we are close to the
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end of the pandemic phase of the virus and will soon enter a more endemic phase. >> that is some promising news. justin, thank you. a live look at san francisco this morning where new data is suggesting that the city has not been very successful in prioritizing senior citizens for covid-19 booster shots. according to department of health as of november 1, just under 23,000 of the city's 118,000 seniors eligible to receive boosters, that's about one in five. of the 53,000 given so far, less than half have gone to those 65 and older. remembering the lives lost during a houston music festival. the vigil just held and the legal action headed for the event organizer and the headliner. warning in the bay area,
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look out for card skimmers. the atm just targeted. i am tracking our next storm bringing widespread rain and strong winds with a wind advisory that will be in effect for the entire bay area starting at 7:00 tonight. we are seeing brake lights for morning ride into
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welcome back. it is dry for now but that will be changing. i want to show you futurecast walking you through, taking you hour by hour, you see on those clouds streaming in as we look to our afternoon. here is the lunchtime hour. at 5:00 p.m. rain arrives first for north bay and pushing across the rest of the bay area this evening. this is 8:00 p.m. get ready for a wet evening commute. we are looking at widespread rain as we look to tonight. >> thank you. people are remembering the victims of the deadly chaos at the astro world music festival. a church in houston held a vigil to honor the eight killed. the youngest victim was a 14- year-old boy. witnesses are sharing the experience of being pushed and squeezed in the large crowd. one says his marine training kicked in as he fought for his
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life. i took a deep breath and held it. whenever it opened, the pushed reversed, released and breathed again. it was really hard to breathe. >> rapper travis scott is facing legal trouble. at least two fans have filed lawsuits against him and live nation, the company behind the event. a warning from fairfield's police department, look for card skimmers. officers say a person noticed a skimmer on atm near solano town center mall. police shared photos of what appears to be a camera hidden inside a safety mirror. officers believe it was likely used to record card numbers and pin codes. their advice, always assume someone is watching when using a bank card and try to cover your card information when using the machines. if you are heading to los angeles, pack that vaccine card. starting today the city is requiring you to show proof before getting indoors in most
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places. we are talking restaurants, coffee shops, gyms, movie theaters, spas, salons. if businesses do not comply they face fines up to $5,000. the mandate expands on the county mandate which requires proof at bars, night clubs, lounges, breweries, wineries, distilleries. in the bay area, another place to be sure you have that card. >> ice rink in union square. we first told you last week that it returned after the pandemic shut it down. now we learned you can thank recent historic rain two weeks ago for the ice you will be skating on this holiday season. >> how did you collect the rain water? >> we are using one inch aluminum panel so we bring that panel down to about 15, 16 degrees when that rain hits it, ice. >> there we go. >> ice baby. >> the ice rink is open for
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daily ice skating. our resident figure skater tested it out. what did you think? >> it was great. it was so fun. i had such a good time out there. i haven't skated in about five months. >> i can't tell. >> this video makes you sick, it's how i feel. there you go. it was a good time. what was really interesting, skating my whole life you never learn how it's made. he said the rain water is collected and they can change the temperature of the ice with the aluminum underneath. he was asking do you prefer soft ice or harder ice? i have never been asked that before. i thought that was kind of cool. what was neat is because of the storm, that's how we got that ice in union square. >> i absolutely love that. of course we are in a drought across the bay area, so really using and collecting rain
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water, that is awesome. you looked amazing. let's talk about our weather. we are dry for now but that will be changing as we look to later today. tracking atmospheric river, nothing like last month but still looking at heavy rain and strong winds. on high def doppler, you see quiet conditions for now. here is what to expect. dry and chilly this morning so grab that jacket first thing this morning. we are looking at temperatures chillier compared to yesterday, we are in the 40s and 50s to start our day. we are looking at a cloudy afternoon and rain returns as we look to this evening. widespread rain and also strong winds with a wind advisory that will be in effect starting at 7:00 p.m. water vapor imagery, you can see this plume right into the bay area and that's why we are looking at that atmospheric river. something i want to talk about is last month we had the strongest atmospheric river in the extreme category and that
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is the category five, the highest you can get. as we look to later today, that's a moderate atmospheric river for us. let's time it out and walk you through it all. we are in the afternoon, stopping the clock for your lunchtime hour. you see the clouds streaming in. later today, by this afternoon, rain first starts for the north bay and as we look to this evening get ready for a wet evening commute. this is at 8:00 p.m. and then as we look to 10:00, 11:00, widespread rain, blue and purple colors indicating heavier rain, pockets of heavier rain as we look to tonight. tomorrow morning, scattered showers and eventually by tomorrow in the afternoon, some clearing. i want to show you the winds that will be kicking up as we head through tonight. that's why a wind advisory will be in effect for most of the bay area starting at 7:00 tonight all the way through about 3:00 tomorrow morning.
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looking at rainfall amounts, estimated rainfall totals from a quarter to half inch to as much as an inch to two inches of rain. this is a storm we are watching for the heavy widespread rain and strong winds again really by this evening. temperatures will be a little bit below average, upper 50s along the coast, low 60s around the bay and low to mid 60s for the peninsula and inland. a cool day for sure. the seven-day forecast san francisco, oakland, san jose, again we are watching widespread rain, strong winds as we head through this evening, overnight into early tomorrow and then drier weather ahead as we look to wednesday through friday and into the weekend. inland east bay, north bay, coast, north bay and coast, you will see rain first by later this afternoon and then rain for all of us by this evening. that continues tonight into early tomorrow and then drier weather ahead as we look to the rest of the week through the work week and into our weekend.
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really watching this evening. gianna, i know it is a dry morning commute but that will be changing by this evening. plan ahead for that especially as you are out and about this evening. we've got the usual stuff for the ride on this monday. tracy into altamont pass, already tracking brake lights. super commuters you have delays at least through north flynn, speeds dipping down to 18 miles per hour. it looks better once you approach the dublin interchange. 39 minutes from 205 towards 680. no delays on east shore, holding steady at 14 minutes from hercules to the maze. highway 4, 101 all clear and they're wrapping this up in the south bay. everything is cleared out of lanes. you shouldn't have troubles commuting out of san jose. we'll let you know if that changes. taking a look at traffic along peninsula, 101, 280 are clear. rals ton, both directions south road to twin pines lane shut down due to a water main break.
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880 is looking good. it is quiet through oakland and bay area bridges are clear. san mateo bridge is not seeing delays or brake lights. if you want to take the bay bridge, right now is a good time to do it. things are clear out of marin as you head into san francisco, about 20 minutes from highway 37 into the city. a pretty easy ride as you work through there with no delays. all bay area bridges are quiet. that includes dumbarton bridge with no pockets of slowing or issues there or accidents which is good news now. i want to alert you to public transit changes that are happening today. sf bay ferry schedule changes resuming weekday service for the south san francisco route which is good news for commuters. the route connects oakland, alameda, south city and also the launch of weekday alameda sharp hop service, a ten minute
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connection, they'll have at least 13 trips daily and schedule changes for the vallejo service. good news, you will have more options mostly affecting midday and weekday service for sf bay ferry lines. >> options are good. thank you. today lafayette city council is expected to take a key step toward creating a new bicycle and pedestrian path. it would run down the center of the road. they'll vote on whether to accept a grant have the state thmoney would cover design and environmental work for the pathway. still ahead, unlearning pain. how a nondrug treatment is making cronic back pain disappear. our goal is to transform everybody so everyone can live to 90 or 95 in good health. what if you could stay healthy for the rest of your life?
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many of us try to exercise and eat well. researchers are spending millions to see if they can actually stop the aging process. tonight, what researchers are doing to try and keep people forever young. at 7:00 on cbs mornings, states pushing ahead with redistricting on partisan lines. how a big fight for power in washington may cut right
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welcome back. a live look outside from our sales force tower camera, looking north, you see the trans america pyramid. if you've got a bad back, this can be music to your ears. >> researchers are studying a unique treatment to put an do d this is a psychological treatment for patients rather than taking medication. a doctor in colorado is leading the research. stages in the brain cause the brain to persist. basically the brain learns the pain. what we tried to do in the study was teach people to unlearn the pain. >> in the study of about 150 people, 66% of patients who had pain reprocessing therapy were pain free or nearly pain free after four weeks. that's compared to 20% of the
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placebo group and 10% of the nontreatment group. most maintained relief for a year. regions of the brain associated with pain were also changed after therapy. >> i started to believe that actually there was no injury, that no damage was being done. i didn't get better right away but that was the turning point. >> research shows low back pain is the most common pain reported. in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> could drastic changes be coming to san francisco's embarcadero? the new report. u.s. opened its borders after more than a year and a half of restrictions. we'll have more on impacts this can have locally. ahead in our live money watch report, how peloton is hoping to spin th around after last week's sell off. a live look outside before break ♪
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it's been more than a year and a half of travel restrictions and now u.s. has reopened borders. we'll tell you more on how local businesses are expected to benefit. how much money coccalcal be getting from biden administration's trillion dollar infrastructure bill? we break it down. a thanksgiving to put 2020 to shame, getting together with family could be safe this year. this morning, what it all depends on. looking live at the bay area, it is dry now but don't get used to it. the next round of rain is about to move in. you will need that umbrella today. we will start with weather and traffic. we are getting more rain.
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much needed rain for sure as we are looking at a moderate atmospheric river coming our way bringing widespread rain and also strong winds. it's dry for now, quiet conditions. it's a chilly one. a cold start to our day, bundle up if you are heading out the door. we are looking at 30s, 40s, 50s this morning. as we head through afternoon, we will see more cloud stream in. a dry chilly morning as we look to our afternoon with more clouds ahead of our next weather system and rain and wind that arrives this evening. timing it on futurecast, you see those clouds this afternoon. rain arrives first for the north bay. this evening and late tonight we will see widespread rain push in and strong winds kicking up for us. we definitely need the rainfall. we are looking at from a quarter, half inch, as much as one to two inches of rain with
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this weather system. by this evening it will be a mess. you are already tracking a crash. >> hopefully people get an early start to the evening commute but there are things now as well. 880 not far from the fremont area south of there as you head to milpitas, we have an accident there. this is north 880 at mission boulevard. look at the red on our censors. a slow ride, at least two lanes are blocked until further notice with injuries. you have chp and crews on scene. you might want to consider using 680, depends where your morning commute takes you. if you are taking the ride to the altamont pass it is busy out of tracy. starting on 205 at mount house extending to north flynn, we are seeing pockets of slowing as you approach dublin interchange. 45 minutes from 205 towards 680. taking a live look at sfo, today is a big day. u.s. has opened its borders to
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international travelers who are fully vaccinated. >> joycelyn moran is live from the bay area's largest airport with all the details. joycelyn, it's been a long time. >> reporter: that's right. it's a big day and a big day for families who haven't seen their loved ones in more than a year and a half. here is what applies for international travelers. in order to enter u.s. they have to show proof of vaccination as well as a negative covid-19 test taken within three calendar days of travel. this was imposed by former president trump due to covid-19 and prevented nonu.s. citizens in more than 30 countries from entering u.s. a big day, tourism industry has suffered but they're getting ready for a boost in business including in the bay area. hotels like fair mont hotels and resorts says international travel can make up 20 to 25% of the customer base. this is expected to help small businesses in the area as well as airlines though it may not be immediate. >> it's going to be gradual.
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i think it's going to be two to four months before you see a real definite bump in numbers as far as people coming to san francisco. >> the holiday, we know that means a lot of travel for some families and it is a great way, a perfect time to reconnect with loved ones. >> thanks. start booking those flights. encouraging news on the covid front, former commissioner of the food and drug administration says it is safe for partially vaccinated children to be near grandparents during the holidays. >> children who are partially vaccinated have some immunity and will be more protected in the environment. using testing smartly in the settings can protect the excts younger children as they become vaccinated. santa clara public health department and board of
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education will provide at 6:00 tonight. drastic changes in san francisco to save embarcadero from rising bay waters. the report proposes raising parts of the embarcadero by as much as seven feet in coming decades. the ocean protection council predicts sea level will rise over three feet in the bay through 2100. that will be enough to routinely flood embarcadero during extra high tides. tomorrow, dublin planning commission will decide whether to sign off on a new massive housing development that will bring nearly 600 housing units to the city. the project called east ranch housing development sitting on 165-acre site would straddle coke road with jordan ranch. the development to the north and undeveloped land to the east and south. i-580 just beyond it. if approved it will be sent to
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city council for final approval. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. we are keeping our eye on concerns about international espionage, some breaking news, taking a live look at the u.s. capitol where investigators are trying to get to the source of another big hack attack on nine organizations in defense, energy, tech, healthcare sectors. feds haven't identified the targets but at least one is in the u.s. and it could be the tip of the iceberg. more victims are expected to emerge. we don't know who is behind this but officials from nsa and u.s. cyber security infrastructure security agency officials have been tracking this threat. this is within a week of two other big hack headlines, feds offering $10 million reward for info on whomever was behind the big pipeline hack earlier this year and u.s. cyber officials issuing sweeping directive requiring federal agencies to
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update systems that are vulnerable to hacking. this is becoming increasing concern we are keeping an eye on. len, i know you have a story about extra concerns and protections being taken closer to home. let's take you live to sacramento. the state senate select committee on cyber security and identity theft protection will convene for a hearing. they'll discuss data breaches, threats to data security and best practices for breach prevention and response. the hearing begins this afternoon at 1:30. looking live at the white house, fresh off his victory on bipartisan infrastructure deal president biden is expected to take a victory lap this week. the president is set to visit port of baltimore to outline his plan to upgrade the nation's ports. california ports are struggling with a huge backlog disrupting u.s. supply chain. looking live at our bay area bridges, according to governor newsom's office
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california is expecting windfall of funding. it includes 25 billion for highway programs, 4 billion for bridge replacement and repairs over five years and more than 9 billion to include transit options. the state can compete for tens of millions on federal grant programs. peloton hoping for rebound after friday's sell off, plus holiday deliveries might be in limbo. diane king hall joins us live from the new york stock exchange with more on all of this. good morning to you. good morning. peloton hoping to pedal forward after suffering worst day as a publicly traded company. the sell off friday came after the exercise equipment maker told investors it will likely lose more than expected in fiscal 2022. head of fed ex says the company should be able to meet holiday deliveries on time if it can hire enough employees. as delays in the supply chain have raised question of whether
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shipping companies will be able to meet holiday demand. a small company says facebook stole its name. meta company says it declined the offer and facebook committed trademark infringement when it announced name change to meta last month. there is even more company meta pc in arizona who says a similar thing but they're having fun with it and said they're changing their name to facebook. >> the plot thickens. diane, i hear you have a new list of the nation's favorite thanksgiving sides by state. what's on the menu? >> carve the turkey but share those sides. the scoop on the nation's favorite sides, mashed potatoes were most preferred with nine states including california. bread was beloved but it's not
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all about the starchy carbs. fruit salad is the choice in north dakota. >> i mean, i like fruit salad but not for thanksgiving. >> that's a monday meal, tuesday snack. >> mashed potatoes, mac and cheese. >> all of the above. >> you have us all hungry on this monday. see you at 6:30 to talk about the stock market. >> all right. 5:39. coming up on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> did a high school go too far? >> the controversial quiz that has parents upset. how the school is responding. if you are planning on catching a 49ers game, what's the best way to get there? gianna and i went to find out. we are looking at our next atmospheric river bringing
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widespread rain as well as strong winds. it's a dry start. at your lunchtime hour, looking at the clouds stream in but here comes the rain as we look to this afternoon and this evening. we'll talk more about what you can expect. a live look outside before break from our sales force tower camera looking south down the peninsula. 5:40 is the time.
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welcome back. an investigation is underway at a high school in placer county following backlash from a quiz in a history class. a student took a screen shot of one of the questions saying a group of complete idiots is kkk, all of florida, fox news, or texans. a family friend posted a photo of the question and it's gone viral. a parent says she believes the question was intended to associate kkk with conservatives. >> teachers can see how upset the parents are and can see how it spreads through social media and hopefully they will leave their politics at home. >> whitney high school released a statement saying whitney high and rock land united is committed to providing each student, family, staff with a safe welcoming environment.
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personnel matters will remain confidential. appropriate disciplinary steps will be taken. twitter has spoken and it looks like users want the world's richest man to sell part his st mptshe pays little to no taxes. because he draws in salary from tesla the only way would be to sell stock. the capital would amount to more than $4 billion. gathering to celebrate a historic important, san francisco's new city attorney. a traditional banquet will be held in chinatown in his honor. he is the first chinese american to serve as city attorney. despite yesterday's loss, 49ers fans packed levi stadium to cheer on their team against cardinals. >> gianna and i were there checking with the faithful and learning about one of the
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easiest ways to get to levi for a game. >> excited to support the team and get there in an easier way. >> this is great. i am loving it. >> niners! >> bart will take you. you can take cal train and transfer. if you are coming from east bay or even san francisco like by our station we have that option. >> bart transfer is new and growing in popularity. bart milpitas station opened about a year and a half ago. >> basically all we have to do is walk around and make friends. >> i have been fed. i have been hydrated very quickly just walking through. you can feel the family environment. >> isn't it? >> if you are wearing the colors, you are good to go. >> you have experienced vta to the niner game and now a tailgate. we are headed inside.
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>> i have seen the best fans i think i have ever seen. it's been incredible. we've had good food. we have been hydrated. i am ready to experience game time. >> you had a good time. >> i ate so much good food. >> she was so excited about the tri tip. every time we passed a barbecue. >> i grew up in california so tri tip is totally normal. >> it is not a thing in the midwest. >> i didn't know that. they are missing out. >> gianna learned how excited i was that everybody had it. >> every weekend, tri tip. glad you guys had a good time. >> it was so fun. we had great weather for the game too. it was beautiful with that sunshine. it looked great. i was at the game too, so much fun. i didn't take transit but it was cool to get that expert advice. let's get right to it. it is a chilly start in the
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30s, 40s, 50s this morning. definitely bundle up as we are looking at down to 39 in santa rosa. 46 in san jose, san francisco 52, 42 livermore, 45 concord. it's dry now but that will be changing as we look ahead to later on today. by the way, did you enjoy that extra hour of sleep? so nice to have that. sunrise at 6:42, sun set at 5:03. in san francisco, you see temperatures at 60 degrees. it's going to be a cool one for sure. rain returns as we look ahead to this evening. at 5:00 p.m. the rain starts in san francisco. as we look to the east bay, oakland topping out at 62, a cool day for you with those clouds. you will see rain as well as we look to 5:00 p.m. concord, 62 for a high temperature, you will see rain later for the inland east bay. around 7:00 p.m. we will see that rain for you.
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th fterno. an jose, mi60s returning as we look to this evening by 7:00 p.m. daytime highs today anbelow ave low to mid 60s across the bay area. we are tracking this next storm system. dry conditions and chilly this morning. as we look to later on today with the atmospheric river, moderate atmospheric river aimed right at the bay area bringing widespread rain and strong winds. hour by hour on futurecast, you see those clouds streaming in. rain arrives first for the north bay and here is 5:00 p.m. and for parts of the bay area, here we are as we look to 8:00 p.m. as we are watching widespread rain push in tonight and even heavy downpours as well. this is 11:00 tonight. tomorrow, some scattered showers to start the day and eventually catching clearing by tomorrow in the afternoon. rainfall amounts from a quarter, half inch to as much
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as one to two inches of rain especially across the north bay. you will see the heaviest rain. we have a wind advisory. most of the bay area is under wind advisory starting at 7:00 tonight, areas in gold here. this is until 3:00 am tuesday. we will see winds kick up with southerly winds up to 20 miles per hourgusts to 45. seven-day forecast, there we go as we look to tonight and we will see that rain especially by this evening, a wet evening commute. then we are looking at the rain stretching until tomorrow morning and eventually clearing with drier weather ahead as we look to the rest of the week. inland east bay, north bay, coast. north bay and coast, you will see the rain first and all of us this evening into early tomorrow and drier weather wednesday through friday and into our weekend. right now it's dry. it's nice to have that dry morning commute but it's going to get busy as we look to this evening with the widespread
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rain coming our way. hopefully folks can head home earlier this evening. things look okay as far as dealing with slick surfaces. that will be later on as mary mentioned. we have a track alert on 880, slow south bound 880 heading out of fremont into milpitas. we have a traffic alert just issued by chp. they just changed the locator. it's south 880 near mission boulevard. two lanes blocked, a vehicle spun out in lanes and hit a couple cars. one of them they can't clear out of the road way and that's blocking lanes there. 680 is next to 880 and it is moving a lot easier there. if you are taking altamont pass, you know what to expect. it's usual stuff out of tracy on 205 getting to 580. there are no crashes or accidents so other than usual delays things are moving as we expect, 47 minutes from 205 to
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680. that is one of our slowest spots as is the bay bridge. metering lights were turned on and it is already backing up east bay into san francisco. not quite to the foot of the maze yet, we'll see those delays growing in thxt . temicommute,if you are taking t gate, things clear pretty clear. as mary mentioned in the evening commute we'll have slick surfaces later on. expect that. spacex crews set to make the trip back to earth after a series of delays. they were supposed to leave international space station yesterday but high winds off florida coast prompted push back due to safety reasons. the crew has already spent about six months in space. american airlines giving flight attendants a holiday bonus to avoid another operational melt down during the holidays. according to an internal memo
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attendants who work thanksgiving, christmas, new years will get a 150% premium. anyone without absence between mid november to january 2 gea 30 emiu >>still ahead,th. a look w straer things trailer taking place right here in california. coming up today on the drew barrymore show, michelle pfeiffer joins drew. that's today at 2:00 on kpix5. >> check out the new cbs mornings after our show, gayle king, tony dokoupil, nate burleson bring the news of the day all from their studio in the heart of times square. looking live at the richmond san rafael bridge, folks are maki
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welcome back. it is 5:55. we are looking at dry chilly conditions but as we head through the day, we are going to see that rain push back in. here is 3:00 in the afternoon with more clouds streaming in but here we go as we look to this evening. >> thank you. things are about to get stranger. >> net flix released first trailer for season four of stranger things and it looks like upside down is coming to california. >> i am ready for spring break.
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>> mostly because i toe we will have the best spring break ever. >> that's intense. stranger things season four drops on net flix next summer. >> can't wait to catch up with the crew. those are my people. in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> u.s. throwing its doors open to vaccinated international travelers today. data showing san francisco has not been as successful prioritizing seniors for booster shots. >> the challenge to the vaccine mandate for workers before it takes effect next year. a live look outside before break from our mark hopkins
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tell your doctor if you have a parasitic infection. may cause headache, injection site reactions, back pain, and fatigue. ask your doctor about nucala. find your nunormal with nucala. the u.s. today opened its borders to fully vaccinated international travelers. we'll tell you more about impacts this can have locally. strict new vaccine rules taking effect today in los angeles. setback for president biden's vaccine mandate for workers before it takes effect in january. getting together with your family for the holidays could be safe to do this year. i am justin andrews explaining what doctors are telling us it all depends on. good morning. it's monday november 8. i am len kiese. >> i am amanda starrantino. we will start with a look at weather and traffic.
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