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>> right now on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area , gone in 15 seconds. the search is underway for the suspects who smashed hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of dirt jewelry. -- of jewelry. we will tell you about the availability of booster shots and where you can still get one. one of the most prestigious schools can be days away from finalizing plans to change the admission and what we just learned. waking up to another day of bad error and mary tells us when we can finally see some
relief. it is friday, december 3. >> we will begin with the poor air quality lingering for a second day. >> let's get right to marry lee to break it down. >> yesterday we saw the worst air-quality of the week and we will continue with that for i wish i could tell you change, maybe by next week but we just need a big weather pattern change and a could be coming next week. but in the meantime unhealthy for sensitive groups and in order to air-quality forecast. the north bay, east bay, peninsula and south bay, moderate air-quality at the coast and dealing with dense fog as well this morning. solano county under armour dense fog advisory, two miles in fairfield, 0.254 livermore, one mile in san jose and 0.5 mile in the area.
we continue with the haze with highs into the 60s and we will have the weekend forecast coming up. now let's get a look at traffic. traffic is slow for super commuters westbound 580. it will now take over 35 minutes to travel from interstate 205 in tracy to dublin. a fog advisory posted for the altamont pass. westbound highway 4 around 30 minutes from highway 160 to interstate 80. bay bridge toll plaza, a few more call cars and a short wait time and the metering lights are on. it will take around 10 minutes to drive from the maze into san francisco. a look at the san mateo bridge with more traffic westbound. a 12 minute drive from interstate 880 to highway when i went in foster city. the search is on for the suspects in a jewelry store heist. surveillance cameras
captured all five of them behind the smash and grab that lasted less than 15 seconds. the owner who wanted to remain anonymous says he has been at the mall for 20 years and this is the first time thieves have nearly wiped out his modest sized store. he says minutes before 3:00 yesterday afternoon, five people wearing masks, hoodies and gloves walked in and missed carrying hammers and he says they did not say a word as they shattered the display case and gathered as much jewelry as they could and got away with hundreds of thousands of dollars in jewelry. >> i just screamed and said help. >> i'm worried and will be alert but honestly i don't know what else to do. >> he's not the only business at east ridge that has been targeted by thieves. another jewelry store was also robbed recently. last week the owners said thieves attempted to rob him again but now he keeps his door locked.
other jewelry stores inside the mall or closing half the entrances to their shops so if they get hit only one side is easily accessible instead of the entire store. today the attorney general will provide with office calls a major update about an organized retail theft case. he will speak in front of a cvs along the sheriff and an assistant da. it starts at 1:00 this afternoon and you can see at live on cbs and bay area. new findings in the death of sean monte rosa. an independent instigation concludes the deadly force for officer was not objectively reasonable. in june of last year vallejo police responded to a leading call at walgreens as the unit rolled up to the scene and officer fired through the windshield of the car and the weapon he was holding turned out to be a hammer rather than a gun. the 22-year-old was shot in the back of his head and killed.
the investigation relied heavily on interviews with officers and body camera footage from the incident. >> it looks like the car started taking off and he thought he would turn back toward the cops. >> state investigators say the perceived threatening behavior by monte rosa was predicated on the tactically poor way in which they responded and the failure to deploy de-escalation techniques. the police chief said the findings of the first step toward disciplining the officer. the criminal investigation is being conducted by the california attorney generals office. trying to get a booster shot is getting harder. >> jocelyn moran is live from concord. wake where can people find the booster shots? >> reporter: if you're thinking about getting a booster shot, in some places it is going to take some time. there are wait times for the
appointments. we went on my turn.ca.gov to check sites with pharmacies in the area and while there may be appointments, it could be several weeks out at some sites. we went one pharmacy in walnut creek and the owner said they have been getting more calls the last few days and are still offering boosters without appointments but in san mateo county the health department saw so many people try to get a booster that they announced this week they are not accepting walk-ins. as concern grows over the omicron variant, health experts say we should still be concerned over the delta variant. >> going into the holidays we know the vaccines work quite well against delta and that is the gorilla in the room. protect yourself against it. >> you can also go to the contra costa health services website and that is another resource that will show you available appointments. for more info on the
vaccine or how to find booster shots check out our guide it kpix.com. the los angeles firefighters off duty because he is in violation of the la covid vaccine mandate that comes as the first omicron case was detected. just before thanksgiving 222 unvaccinated firefighters were notified to comply and 109 of them got the shot in 113 are now suspended without pay. in southern california this morning, san diego county school district announced plans to create in person learning for unvaccinated students to find the vaccine mandate for schools which goes into effect next year. sf unified is set to move forward on the choice based admission system. for the next school year. a judge ruled last month that
the first attempt to do so violated state law. the superintendent says he will propose a resolution at the board meeting next week to uphold the choice based system and a vote is expected as allocations for student placement are due nearly 2 months. a live look in san jose this morning, san jose state university is under increasing pressure to fill emergency shelter beds for homeless students. 4000 students will experience homelessness at some point during the academic year. yesterday the student homeless alliance and advocacy group placed 1000 flags to represent them and called on the university to do more. >> you say the beds are being used adequately enough or should they be used more? >> they should be used more if there is a need for it. we are committed to continuing to ask the question, what is
the need and how do we best respond. >> they came out with their very own report that they conducted showing the need is over 4000 students so that is completely false that they are not aware of the student need. >> in september san jose state decreed -- agreed to extend the program. according to the school website 11 beds are currently available and we reached out for comment but have not heard back. 6:09 am and still ahead on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area . >> water could be diverted out of the bay area despite the drought the creative goal of the new plan. >> sea creatures normally found thousands of feet below the ocean are popping up along the california coast and why experts say they are headed here >> let's talk about the air quality, a hazy start to the day with fog and mist and currently looking at moderate air-quality although unhealthy air for the inland areas for
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it is 6:13 am and today the oakland museum of california is set to reopen the great hall that is now refurbished after suffering water damage in late october. here is a look at the repairs that were going on after the storm damaged the gallery ceiling and floors. the problems forced the delay of the ceramics exhibition and is now being planned for 2022. starting today, visitors can once again see an exhibit called mothership, voyage into afro futurism. several bay area counties are running into water shortages but one has come up with a creative solution the
yuba water agency could sell and ship billions of dollars of gallons of water to marin county a pipeline. there is no official price tag just yet but the marin independent journal estimates it could be more than $10 million. terrifying fish are washing ashore in san diego. >> here is a look at some of the creepy sea creatures. and oceanographer said the fish is typically found 6000 feet below the ocean and they are known cannibals. then there is this guy the football fish. he lives between 2000 and 3000 feet below. >> the open ocean is the largest habitat on the planet and is full of amazing diversity of crazy looking fish and many other types of animals. >> why are the fish washing ashore now? wildlife experts say they could be chasing prey or are getting sick and are unable to
navigate. >> as creepy as they are it's pretty fascinating to see. >> i cannot look at that. >> let's talk about the weather this morning. dealing with hazy skies and yesterday was the worst of it for air-quality. we will continue with the poor air quality as we head through today and likely through the weekend. i don't see a big change in the weather pattern and we could see that for next week because we are still looking at the strong ridge of high pressure. unhealthy air for sensitive groups in orange and moderate air quality for the coast. also dealing with dense fog. you will notice cloudy and foggy conditions and solano county once again enter a dense fog advisory. that has been the taste of the last few mornings due to the visibility. less than 0.25 of a mile. right now looking at 0.40 of a
mile. but i have seen it fluctuate. also looking at 1.75 mile in the tri-valley dealing with dense fog even the south bay, one mile for san jose. 1.5 mile for napa and 0.5 mile in santa rosa. looking at temperatures in the 40s and 50s and you can see the foggy conditions in san francisco. morning fog with mist and hazy skies and we continue with the haze as we go through the day today with the poor air quality so if you have breathing problems you might want to limit your outdoor exposure with highs in the 60s at the afternoon. the ridge of high pressure acting like a lid trapping the pollutants at the surface and that's why we have the hazy skies with rain chances well to the north and as the ridge pushes to the east, maybe
fingers crossed we see some changes for next week. daytime highs in the low 60s for the peninsula, 67 in santa clara, 67 for morgan hill. 67 for the tri-valley. around the bay looking at 65 in oakland, mid to upper 60s for the north bay. sunrise at 7:08 am and sunset at 4:50 pm. a little bit cooler back to where we should be for the weekend with a bit of drizzle monday and possibility of rain chances on next thursday. the east bay and northbay for the coast, cooler for the weekend with maybe some drizzle on monday and looking at the chance to see some showers as we look to next thursday. let's check in with len kiese on the roadways. stick a live look, you can see all the cars backed up and they are bumper-to-bumper.
metering lights are on and also a report of a two-car crash block in the left lane just past the metering lights. it will take 12 minutes to drive from the maze into san francisco. a check on the main travel times, traffic is slow for super commuters most i-580, over 40 minutes from highway 205 in tracy to the upland. westbound highway for over 35 minutes from highway 160 to interstate 80. looking at the san mateo bridge, more traffic westbound 13 minute drive from interstate 880 and hayward to highway 101 in foster city. a check of highway 880 in oakland near the colosseum, traffic is moving smoothly. up next, how to ring in the holidays all weekend long. >> before we had to break, reminder that the food for bay area families drive is happening right now. to donate your time and money
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good friday morning. track in the air-quality and then watching it closely for you with hazy skies and at this point looking at moderate air- quality and unhealthy for sensitive groups. as we go through the day we will continue with the haze and also looking at unhealthy air for sensitive groups for most of the bay area. the lunchtime forecast, it's a better idea if you have the sensitivity and breathing problems to limit your outdoor exposure. for the coast the mid 50s and also around the bay. low 60s for lunch time in the
inland locations. we continue with the haze san francisco at noon, 54 degrees, oakland 55 and for the south bay in san jose, 61. headed into the first weekend of december with a very festive edition of liam's list >> let's get right to lean with how to celebrate the holidays all weekend long. >> good morning. it is the holidays and the followed up holidays and to kick us off the classic. a christmas show, the golden girls live. >> where is the love and where's the sharing. where is the true spirit of christmas? >> neiman marcus the ladies apparel the third floor. >> and holiday tradition since 2007. the golden girls live is performed by four superstar drag queens that deliver the juicy lines and fiercely there better than the originals.
the victoria theater is hosting them once again. that's always fun and the four drag stars deliver at every single level and it's a must- see for the holidays with tickets from $30. you can snag a ticket soon as they felt quickly. the secret is out. just released hours ago the british pop stars ed sheeran, elton john have united and released a christmas song that hope will take them to the top of the music chart around the world this holiday season. the song you will be able to hear it if you go to youtube and it is complete with sleigh belldi releasurs ago it has all the christmas hits. and the pop competition from
adele this year so we will see who makes number 1. you can download it via itunes. >> a lot of good music and a good warm time. right now the country needs that. >> there he is, ll cool j. the national tree lighting ceremony and concert. he said the sunday show is all about unifying the country through music and performance and boy do we need it from country to gospel, soul, pop and rock in every single genre will be part of the festivities. the lineup, chris stapleton, pattie labelle and many more. you can enjoy the tree lighting spectacle from washington dc. finally a christmas carol is out and i'm going to be a scrooge. e for the ewand s click on leah's list.
all about the holidays with so much going on. get out there and enjoy it or just stay on the sofa and let christmas come to you. >> i like that. >> i will listen to that advice. don't be a scrooge. >> it is now 6:26 am and in the next half hour and streaming on cbs and bay area. >> more omicron cases hitting the u.s. and now the booster rushes on and what you need to know. trying to get yours right now. a bay area tech giants rethinking its plan to bring employees back to the office and the upcoming return date that just got scrapped. pg&e about to pay up.
if you're just waking up with us, here are your morning headlines. gone and 15 seconds. search underway for the five suspects involved in a jewelry heist at east ridge mall yesterday. police say they got away with hundreds of thousands of dollars in jewelry. the attorney general will provide what his office calls a major update about an organized retail theft case. he will speak in front of a cvs
along with san mateo county sheriff and assistant da. another day a poor air quality in the bay area. expect unhealthy air for sensitive groups for several locations. those with breathing problems will want to limit outdoor exposure. good morning to you, it is friday, december 3. >> first things first, your forecast with mary lee's -- mary lee. a lot of people are asking when will it end. a lot of people are saying they thought the poor air quality with and after wildfire season ended and that is not the case. dealing with poor air quality with haze in the sky that will likely last through the weekend and we really need big weather patterns shift with the ridge of high pressure pushing out with the brain as well that could come next week. in the meantime we're dealing with it with unhealthy air for sensitive groups in orange and the air-quality forecast for today for most of the bay area
and moderate for the coast and all of us will be dealing with the haze and also the fog. solano county under a dense fog advisory once again this morning looking at fairfield a mile, two miles and conquered in the tri-valley dealing with dense fog down to quarter-mile and 0.5 mile in santa rosa. even in the south bay some dense fog. 52 in san jose, 47 in livermore, 50 in concord. with the hazy skies there will be highs in the 60s today. now let's check in with len kiese. traffic is backed up beyond the 880 overpass. metering lights her on and you can see the backup. getting a report of a two-car crash blocking the left lane just beyond the metering lights. it will take him as 15 minutes to drive from the maze into san francisco. a check at the main travel times and traffic is slow for super commuters westbound of i-
80 and it will take over 45 minutes to travel from highway 200 five in tracy to dublin. a fog advisor has been posted over the altamont pass and variveente as several cases th cted ithe s., local residents are rushing to get there booster shots. >> jocelyn moran is live with more on the big demand. >> reporter: the omicron variant is creating concern among residents here in the bay area and that is creating longer wait times for appointments for those booster shots but there are resources that you can use. in the contra costa health services website you can find appointments available for the vaccine and are able to choose the option for booster and the earliest appointment we saw was for tuesday, december 7. my
turn.ca.gov is another resource that gives you options. the pharmacy in walnut creek the owner says they been getting more calls the last few days and are still offering boosters without appointments take a listen to her resident who got the booster there yesterday. >> i'm scared as people are coming back from thanksgiving and the new variant and i did not want to take chances. i could not schedule an appointment. >> health experts say while people are concerned over the omicron variant, there is still concern of the delta variant since that is the one that is most widespread. we should be doing what we can to protect ourselves against that as well. taken a live look, new cdc international travel testing roles go into effect on monday. the timeframe will apply to everyone regardless of vaccination status and there
will be a requirement to test within one day of departure for the u.s.. documentation of having recovered from covid in the past 90 days is also accepted. right now travelers are required to test within three days of departure. sites here in california, four other states have recorded cases of the omicron variant. >> we want people to know that the early cases are not life- threatening. they seem to be minor cases. >> the new york governor speaking out after the state announced five confirmed cases yesterday and so far the most of any state. minnesota, colorado and huai also reported cases yesterday and while the world braces for what omicron may do, the delta variant remains the dominant strain in the u.s.. >> the strategy is the same whether you're fighting omicron or delta. the answer is vaccines. >> today, little more than 63%
of the eligible population is fully vaccinated and 23% of those eligible have gotten the booster. this morning the omicron variant has google putting the return to work plans on hold. the mandatory return date had been january 10 and google says it has reopened more than 90% of the u.s. offices and almost 40% of employees have returned in some capacity. gwen live now to the big board, a rough week for stocks as omicron variant continues to worry investors. the dow rounding out the week at 100 points. a closer look at the numbers ahead on a live money watch report. senators reached a late- night agreement to head off a government shutdown. democrats and republicans passed a short-term funding bill that will keep the government open through february 18 and the vote came hours after some republicans tried to derail the bill threatening the shutdown to fight federal vaccine mandates
for workers but in the end of the bill passed. now the senate turns its attention to the build back better social spending plan which every republican opposes. >> the only way to keep inflation from getting worse would be to kill the reckless spending spree and we hope that is the ultimate fate of that ill-advised proposal. >> i believe we cannot afford to do nothing and wait and see what happens. >> the president hopes to have the bill on his desk before christmas and that is assuming two holdout democrats eventually agree to support it. >> pg&e will pay a $125 million penalty in connection with the kincade fire which scorched more than 120 square miles in sonoma county in 2019. the company shareholders will pay $40 million fine and spend another 85 million to remove
abandoned transmission equipment . estate investigation found the fire was sparked by transmission tower that remained energized even though the powerplant it served had not been active for years. pg&e has disputed several of the findings. police arrested a suspect in a deadly home invasion. it killed the wife of a legendary music executive. his wife was shot in their home early wednesday morning shortly after police responded to an armed home burglary six miles away. they found the suspect in the backyard with a gunshot wound to the foot. officers also found an ar15 style rifle. >> it appears as though he was in the house and collecting property and after that somehow discharge a weapon and apparently shot himself in the foot. >> the suspect has an extensive criminal record and is on parole . the family released a statement calling for justice to be served. an 84-year-old man attacked
a bus stop while using his wheelchair last year spoke in court for the first time about the crime. supporters rallied outside the holy justice yesterday afternoon before he testified. he and those of the rally say he has always wanted to see a more severe punishment for the defendant along with the mental health diversion program that the defendant started last year. the defendant violated the program early this year with a misdemeanor charge. >> when something happens that there are people behind them and we will not let any cases go under the rug >> jail is not a treatment center and it often exacerbates issues. >> the defendant is set to receive the mental health review and the case will be back in session tuesday. coming up on kpix number 5. >> a warning from bay area police in my office or say tick- tock challenges causing property damage could get even
worse. >> holiday traditions returning to the bay area in full force. a look at the celebrations in san francisco next. not so beautiful are the air qualities. moderate air-quality from many locations and unhealthy for sensitive groups. as we go through the day we continue with the haze and unhealthy for sensitive groups this afternoon. a strong ridge of high pressure is in place and we will talk about if there is a pattern change. details on that coming up. ahead in first on cbs mornings, aaron sorkin is here to talk about his latest movie and nate sits down with nba legend, bill russell to discuss his pioneering career.
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the all-important monthly jobs report just dropped. diane king hall joining us live to break it down for us. >> good morning. in addition to the latest on the coronavirus front, wall street has one eye on the job market and it is a mixed bag 210,000 jobs were added to the economy in november but that was much less than expected. on the flipside the unemployment rate fell to 4.2% which was better than expected. how did wall street react? stocks were mixed within the first 15 minutes of training. trading. the nasdaq did start higher but has ticked lower and is down 33% -- 33 points. petaluma police are warning about potential danger from a viral challenge for teenagers
on the online platform tiktok. the door kicked challenge involves synchronized kicks to the beat of a popular song and the web based dear has caused property damage in northwest petaluma and police say someone could get hurt. they say the challenge most notably occurs at night and teenagers must understand that existence of real-life home invasions may put them in grave danger. uber will pay $9 million to settle complaints over the handling of sexual-harassment and assault claims. the company was accused of failing to provide required information to state regulators on incidents involving drivers and passengers. it is pleased with the settlement which provide solutions while maintaining the rights of survivors. one major roadblock an effort to ease the housing crunch is a severe shortage of contractors. or than 2 million new workers will be needed over the next three years to meet demand.
the shortage began in 2008 during the great recession. older tradespeople kept retiring and no one wanted to take their place. things got worse when the pandemic started and training programs forced to shut down. >> we need to place 740,000 people into the industry for the next three years. and that is crisis levels. >> the industry now has 430,000 open construction jobs and will need another 61,000 new hires every month for the foreseeable future. a space x falcon 9 rocket lance launched from cape canaveral is caring more relay satellites along with two black sky commercial imaging satellites. the flight marked the 27th falcon 9 brunch -- launch.
so far new record for the rocket builder. a strong mentors are tracking a joint comment and say toponym gain insight on what comets are made of. it is the largest they've ever discovered, 1000 times larger than normal and the team from the university of maryland says it is spewing test and vapors even though it is a record distance from the sun. the new information could help them figure out what substances are on the comet. so we could be getting answers soon. >> very cool. >> and that is a huge comet. 6:46 am is the time. and mary has the forecast. we are looking at cooler temperatures for the weekend ahead. we have seen record highs throughout the week so we will start to cool it down back to where we should be. also looking at the haze. it was pretty bad yesterday and likely the case once again today. we need a big weather pattern
change and it could come in next week. in the meantime, looking at unhealthy air for sensitive groups in orange for most of the bay area. moderate air-quality for the coast. and also dealing with foggy conditions once again. solano county, fairfield under a dense fog advisory. let's check the visibility. in fairfield down to one mile in fairfield, two miles in concord, the south bay and san jose, one mile for visibility. here is a live look at san francisco with the haze and fog and temperatures in the 40s and 50s. we have morning fog and a little bit of missed and the haze and the haze does stick around all day today as we are looking at poor air-quality. mild conditions temperature- wise in the 60s. we have the king tides in a
coastal flood advisory in effect today through the weekend with high tide in the mid to late morning through the weekend. a strong ridge of high pressure is bringing the poor air- quality acting like a lid trapping pollutants at the surface with a temperature inversion. we need to kick it out and get a weather system coming our way that could happen next week. in the meantime looking at 62 in san francisco with the haze, mid 60s with the haze in san francisco, mid 60s for the peninsula and upper 60s for the south bay. 67 in concord and 67 for the napa valley. i wish i could tell you we were going to have some snow sometime soon but it doesn't look like that will be the case. at oriole mountain looking at one lift that is open now. a little bit cooler for the weekend with a few more clouds and maybe a bit of drizzle on monday and there we go with the chance for showers on next thursday.
a little bit cooler for the weekend ahead and maybe a bit of drizzle on monday with shower chances for thursday. it is friday and in concord we have air stem stars here amazing students launching with the mt. diablo unified school district a joint effort between the contra costa transportation authority to empower students for the future. very cool. let's talk about the bright spots. charming holiday foti from kelsey bill. mainstreet all decked out with holiday lights. we want to see your holiday lights as we celebrate the season. email your pictures and videos to bay area bright spots at kpix.com attack us on social media using #kpix bright spots. take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, traffic is backed up will be on the 880 overpass and the metering lights are on.
almost 15 minutes to drive from the maze into san francisco. traffic is heavy for the super commuters westbound on i 80 around 45 minutes to travel from tracy to interstate 680 in dublin. chp fog advisory posted over the altamont pass. westbound highway 4/45 minutes from highway 160 to tie 80. a look at highway 880 in oakland near the hot coliseum more cars but traffic is moving smoothly in both directions. let's take a look at the san mateo bridge with four cars had a westbound a 14 minute drive from interstate 880 to highway when i went in foster city. the city of san francisco kicks up a holiday tradition with the tree lighting ceremony. >> this comes after covid forced the cancellation last year. >> i hear you friend. shouts of joy coming from parents.
this is the 91st time the city has lit up the tree for the holidays uncle john purvis tree is 125 years old. >> last year there was a lot of pressure and stress and this year, look at the snow, snow in san francisco. >> the new display spells out shine on sentences go with the shimmering display of messages of what people love about the city. a section of the park with light displays will be open from sunset until 10:00 pm until february. a new tradition run by the parks and rec department this holiday season. people are rushing to get booster shots and we tell you with the availability is looking
i'm here live in concord and some people are rushing to get there booster shots as their concern over the omicron variant grows. this is creating longer wait times for prom errands and some vaccination sites but take a look here, the contra costa health services website you can find appointments available for the vaccine in the county and you're able to choose option for booster and the earliest appointment we saw was for tuesday, december 7. my turn.ca.gov is another resource that gives you options for vaccination sites and health experts say while people are concerned about the omicron variant, people should also be concerned about the delta variant and that is the one that is more widespread in the area and across the u.s. so we should also be doing what we can to protect ourselves against that as well.
time for a look at this morning's other top stories. >> a search underway for the five suspects involved in a jewelry heist. police say they got away with hundreds of thousands of dollars of jewelry in 15 seconds. owner who wanted to remain anonymous says he's been at the mall for 20 years and this is the first time thieves have nearly wiped out his store. >> today the attorney general will speak about the organized retail theft case on the peninsula and will provide an update in front of the cvs at 1:00 this afternoon. sf unified is set to move forward on the choice based admission system at the high school for the next school year. a judge ruled that the first attempt to do so violated state law. the omicron variant has google putting the return to work plans on hold. the mandatory return date had been january 10 and google says it has safely reopened more than 90% of the u.s. offices and almost 40% of employees have returned in some capacity.
pg&e will pay a $125 million penalty for the kincade fire in sonoma county two years ago. estate investigation traced the fire that was energized even though the powerplant it served was inactive for years. a check of traffic now and we have a look at the bay bridge with traffic backed up beyond add and the metering lights are on. almost 15 minutes to drive from the maze into san francisco. on the san mateo bridge more traffic heading westbound, 14 minute drive from iae 80 to highway 101. we are dealing with hazy skies, foggy conditions and a bit of missed as we start out the day. is are getting ready to head out the door here's what you need to know. we will continue with the haze and poor air-quality with mild daytime highs in the 60s. looking at the visibility, one mile and a quarter deal with
dense fog with the dense fog advisory for solano county, livermoreha a mile and healthy air for nsiv groups for io with the air-quality forecast and if you have the sensitivity and breathing problems, you might want to limit your outdoor exposure and we will likely see the haze through the weekend. low 60s on the coast, highs in land in the upper 60s this afternoon. as we look to the weekend we continue with the haze with temperatures cooler. inland east bay, the northbay the coast a little cooler and back to where we should be with the clouds and the haze sticking around with a little drizzle on monday with shower chances possible next thursday. an update on the incredible accidental thanksgiving meal that we told you about last month. >> netflix is making a video about the -- a movie on the
accident entered into tradition. they celebrated their sixth thanksgiving together this year. they first met in 2016 when he sent a text inviting him to dinner and it was meant for her grandson. he was then a high school senior and expected offer anyway and she welcomed him for dinner. the story went viral on social media and now it will be recounted in a movie called the thanksgiving text. the friends say they are excited to share their story with the world. >> i can't wait to watch it. >> i love that story so much. >> it will be fun to have that as a holiday maybe not too >> it will be a classic. >> the news continues all day on cbs and bay area. >> cbs mornings is coming up next before we say goodbye we leave with the shots from our photographer. so much fun.
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