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september,find out why the bay area is having a bizarre weather day.whooshnatthe deadly trail of tropical storm irna: three cities are flooded tonight and the city of key west, devastated.i just hope everybody survived. it's, it's, it's horrible what we saw."whooshin the east bay, the hunt is on for an arsonist after a string of suspicious fires one of them at a church. whooshthat's not right man, that's not righta uc berkeley police office confiscates money from an unlicensed hot dog vendor.the surprising response to the viral video, coming up on kron four news in prime time. (steve) now at 8. lightning...thunder and pouring rain the bay area seeing a wild turn of the weather. as a september storm rolls through.(steve) thank you for joining us i'm steve aveson.(pam) and i'm pam moore. we have team coverage tonight on the summer storm ... kron-4's gabe slate shows us... how an overnight wind storm caused
damage but first, meteorologist lawrence karnow is here where the storm came from --- and when we might see more rain. lawrence karnow:. thunderstorms are coming up out of the south. they will be isolated but we could occasionaly see lightning and a few showers too through wednesday. you can see the area of low pressure off the coast. it will begin to slide north bringing unsettled weather across the area. highs tomorrow will be warm and muggy with numbers in the 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s and 70s at the coast. there is a chance of showers through wednesday then cooler on thursday but dry. more sunshine and warmer weather is expected for the weekend. ( pam) an overnight wind
storm waking people in the middle of the night... even knocking out power to some kron 4's gabe slate is out in san francisco. he talked with people who experienced the odd weather pattern. gabe what is it like out there now ? ((gabe on camera)) it's --------------- 630 drizzle - lightning / thunder -- like florida looks like it's going to open up and pour down but doesn't.. dirzzles a littleit's windy on and off. hot muggy but then at 5 humidity left the air got colderit's been weird weather and there is more to come.. (pkg)) add on - by 5pm in san francisco dark clouds rolled in the humidity left.. it cooled down quickly and around 630pm the lightening, thunder and rain hit parts of the city nats - and this is video from san jose where this long lingerig lightning bolt came out of the sky. greetings, we have received multiple lightning strikes with multiple fires in the wfpd. all fires have or are being
addressed. ((sound from san francisco residence about odd weather patterns)) it was hot and muggy in san francisco today it got up to around 87 degrees. i know that's nothing compared to that record breaking 106 degree day we had 10 days ago but then it was back to normal for a few days but that didn't last long. tony sums up the way it's been lateley. ((tony - "really weird" ))it was hot over the weekend but not windy. so last night tony slept with his window to stay cool that back fired early this morning.. ((sound from tony / lives in the richmond district in san francisco)) wind storms blasted parts of the bay area early monday morning in the south bay the santa clara fire department had 30 wind related emergency calls trees were blown down. sot - person heard tree 11,000 people lost their power due to this wild wind event pg&e said by monday evening only a couple hundred customers in santa clar county still have their power out. and look at this video relased by the national weather service.. we are not only ones having strange unseasonable weather yesterday into last night in southern california it struck lightening 40 thousand times in a 24 hour period back in san francisco.. by 5pm dark
monday evening. dark clouds invaded and it was drizzling on and off. the humidity left and it cooled off fast. ((sound from tony / lives in the richmond district in san francisco)) but angela knows what she wants. she is hoping this weird weather means we're looking at an early rain season. ((sound from angela/ lives in the richmond district in san francisco)) ((gabe on camera - tag)) p g & e wanted me to share this. it's possible it is possible the winds may pick up again later today or tomorrow, and we could see more outages. they are preparing for it but you may also want to pull out the candles and flashlights just in case.
(pam) happening right now ... three east coast cities are feeling the power of tropical storm irma. the one time category- five hurricane .... has triggered storm surges, sending water into streets, homes and businesses in jacksonville, florida... savannah, georgia... and charleston, south carolina.(pam) as irma moves north, the rescue effort is beginning in america's southernmost city. the navy is sending the aircraft carrier lincoln... to key west.. that's where there is no power, no water nor flushing toilets.(steve) the storm is now being blamed for six deaths in florida, two in georgia and one in south carolina.catherine heenan has some of the day's dramatic images. if you need to get out please put what represents a white flag, anything white somewhere on your house that can be viewed visibly from outside. jacksonville has never seen flooding like this before.the saint john river is three feet over flood stage and expected to rise at least another foot.
videos posted online show the storm at its peak.natthe water came up so fast overnight that one couple had to be rescued by a television news crew.the water is up past the waist out here folks. this is not the time to get out here and drive around.in daylight, you could see the destruction in the town of san marco, outside jacksonville. natchainsaws at work throught the state,irma's winds toppled power lines, leaving two=thord ofthe state in the dark tonight."it's going to take us a long time to get power back."the wind too much for three construction cranes in miami. much of the city is under water, but the mayor says the roads will dry soon.rescue crews credited saving two people who tried to ride out the storm on their sailboat. . and a scuba diver -- his life dangling by a rope -- was pulled to safety near west palm beach .and a coral springs emergency crew was called out to help deliver a baby at the height of the storm.they used their armored vehicle to navigate through strong winds and high water. "when we got there, she was pretty much, almost all the way out. the mother of the person is labor was actually
pretty much delivering the baby in the bathroom on the floor. " floor. " (steve) the devestation is enormous in florida after irma... to help there are several rescue teams from the bay area there now... ready to jump into action.(pam) kron 4's justine waldman has this part of our team coverage tonight.. she has an update on how and what they are all doing .. live from our newsroom. (justine) all the teams are now in place... and are planning on staying for as long as it takes to get florida back on its feet. rescuesthe brunt of the brutal storm has passedand the rescue and recovery efforts are about to begin.members of
(justine) we also showed you last week that volunteers with the bay area red cross... made the trek to florida. here they are at middle here they florida.the trek to cross... made area red (steve) in the east bay, the hunt is on for an arsonist and possibly more than one person. this after a string of fires since sunday - including eight just overnight. (pam) this is happening in contra costa county. six of the fires happened in a three -mile radius in antioch. and two others were started in brentwood. kron four's terisa estacio talked to fire investigators on how they are trying to zero- in on whoever is igniting these fires.. terisa estacio live, antioch the damge caused by this fire is in the back of this church - you can see right over there - it ran up and consumed a section and
raced into the roof. contractors were here today trying to shore up the building. the pastor has said he is in shock about why someone would do this investigators say this suspicious fire is just one of 8 since sunday. (estacio reporting) pastor x says he can't understand why anyone would set fire to his church. pastor. and this fire - is just one of 8 since sunday in antioch - and that has fire investigators extremely concerned. robert marshall. it is hot and even with this changing wind, it could be a recipe for disaster. marshall. they were generally right here in the center of antioch. robert marshall - the fire marshall with the contra costa fire protection district says the fires including this one off of sommerset place behind a home were purposely set. investigators are now zeroing in evidence to try and find the person or persons responsible. marshall. it is hard, because there doesn't seem to be a pattern right now. fortunately, no one has been hurt. and most of the fires small, with fire fighters able to get them out quickly. this fire took place off of bigelow by a school.marshall. arsonist have all different kinds of reasons for doing what they do.
(estacio live) (steve) suspicious fires in antioch and throughout the county have popped up on an alarminly regular basis this year.(pam) grant lodes is here with a quick look at some of the other issues. other issues.some of the quick look at is here with a grant lodes (pam)this year. regular basis alarminly on an have popped up the county throughout antioch and fires in suspicious (estacio live) (steve) suspicious fires in antioch and throughout the county have popped up on an alarminly regular basis this year.(pam) grant lodes is here with a quick look at some of the other issues. (grant) fire investigators were busy in july...working a number of fires near an antioch church and school near lone tree way.
on july 19th...there were four separate fires near park middle school on spartan way. all four fires were put out within 30 minutes and burned less than an acre. then a week and a half later...also in antioch... right in the middle of the day...three fires were started near some old out of service railroad tracks. just like the fires earlier in july...no one was hurt and structures were not damaged...these are grass fires...no arrests in these fires. but back in april and may...you might remember car fires popping up all over contra costa county. accelerants were said to be used in car fires in lafayette, brentwood, walnut creek, and pleasant hill. investigators say james bishop the third, from pittsburg, is responsible for setting several fires...he was arrested. they say his
rav-4 was seen on surveillance video at a number of arson crime scenes. ahead at eight.. a confrontation with police in the east bay ... going viral. what an officer was caught doing on camera that is stirring controversy. plus. sixteen years later --- the nation stands silent to honor those killed in the 9-11 terror attacks. how the bay area remembered the fallen today. and next. a bay area city considering surge pricing for parking spots. what you pay ... would not only go áupá .. but it will also go down too
little sense to you, our kron 4's dan kerman is here to explain. dan (dan)it's called demand pricing, and what this means is when a parking space is in high demand the price is higher, when it's in low demand the price is lowerright now, some 7-thousand meters in san francisco are already doing this, especailly in the busy commercial areas like chestnut street. here for example you can pay 5-75 an hour in the morning and then 6-25 an hour when it gets busy later in the afternoon. the sf mta says raising the price when busy encourages people to look elsewhere which frees up more spots < paul rose/sf mta 00-10we just need one or two people to move else where or park elsewhere in the city whether its around the corner or down the street and if we can get one or two people to make that decision it frees up parking on the most demanding blocks for parking>(dan) the idea now is to extend this demand pricing to all 10-
thousand meters in the city now that could make prices go up at certain times, but the mta says they will cap the hikes at just 25 cents every three months.(dan)the proposal could go before the mta board for a vote next month and if approved this could take effect before the end of the year. (pam) there is a public outcry tonight - after a viral video shows a u-c berkeley police officer confiscating a food vendor's money ... the vendor was selling hot dogs on a sidewalk. (steve) the officer says he took the money because the man did not have a permit. however - it has created a major uproar tonight. bystander: "people can drink during the football game but a hard working man selling hotdogs gets his money taken away and a ticket. officer: "he doesn't have a permit"bystander: "wow."(steve) the incident happened on saturday - during a cal football game. in it - you can hear a bystander
questioning the officer's decision to confiscate the vendor's cash. an online fundraising campaign for the vendor has now been setup... and has raised more than 42- thousand dollars. a u-c police sergeant - says the officer took 60-dollars from the vendor... because he was suspected of having earned áillegally... and will be used as evidence. now to our four zone forecast... taking a live look outside at s-f-o. lightening strikes a major concern tongiht.(steve) kron-4's meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: irma is now a tropical storm. heavy rain and gusty winds are now affecting georgia, alabama, and south
carolina. flooding rains continue and a storm surge along the southeast coast. tornadoes are also possible as the storm winds down. it should continue to weaken tonight and no longer a tropical storm by tomorrow. it was another warm to hot day around the bay area and muggy too. thunderstorms moved in late and continue to be a possibility tonight tnat and over the next few days. thunderstorms are coming up out of the south. they will be isolated but we could occasionaly see lightning and a few showers too through wednesday. you can see the area of low pressure off the coast. it will begin to slide north bringing unsettled weather across the area. highs tomorrow will be warm and muggy with numbers in the 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s and 70s at the coast. there is a chance of showers through wednesday then cooler on thursday but dry. more sunshine and warmer weather is expected for the weekend.
new ahead at 8 a young boy taunted by teens because of his mixed race .. then pushed off a table with a rope around his neck ... details on the outcome.. just ahead.. ((gary sports tease))"coming up a little bit later in this broadcast. 49ers and raiders, there opening weekends. we'll talk a little bit about it. also, curry and durant, ohhhhh, let's really make something hot there. that's coming up, a little later in this broadcast." (( pam ))here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine... ,. ,.nine... ,.
(pam) an annual tradition, one of heartbreak and remembrance, mourning and healing. the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks... in a ceremony at ground zero in new york. a bell chiming.. marks the exact time the first plane struck the north tower... followed by a reading of the names of the fallen. (pam) several events also took place today here in the bay area - remebering those who died that tragic day. (steve) kron four's will tran shows us firefighters from station 7 in san francisco honored the first responders who died.
(firefighters reading names) the names of 343 first responders who were killed on 9-11 were read out loud. (firefighters reading names again)these san francisco firefighters from station 7 never met them... but when you're a firefighter... they consider themselves one big family.(asst. chief tom siragusa/san francisco fire dept-we live togehter. we go into buildings together when others are leaving together. we rely on each other. we have to trust each other with everything)some of the firefighters started tearing up... as they read the names. assistant chief siragusa was one of them who got emotional (asst. chief tom siragusa/sffd-this morning for some reason i could remember everything about that morning, where i was, what i was doing. and it's been a very emotional weekend at the fire house. a very popular battalion chief suffered a medical emergency and passed away yesterday morning, so yeah, it's kind of overwhelming)the flag was slowly raised and then lowered to half staff and will remain that way all day to honor the victims of 911siragusa says this annual ceremony serves to remind the young firefighters... some just graduated on friday... the all for one... and one for all approach firefighters have for each other(asst chief
siragusa-we are all connected it's like a dna connection)in san francisco will tran kron 4 news (steve) and in union city... dozens gathered at the flight 93 memorial to honor the people onboard the plane that went down in shanksville, pennsylvania. union city was the first city in the u-s to create a memorial specifically for the heroes of flight 93. on board were several people from the bay area. including mark bingham, nicole miller, thomas burnett, and lauren grandcolas. the plane was originally headed to s-f-o...hijacked some passengers back control --- but it crashed in a field outside shanksville, pennsylvania. 40 passengers and crew were killed (steve) and in union city... dozens gathered at the flight 93 memorial to honor the people onboard the plane that went down in shanksville, pennsylvania. union city
was the first city in the u-s to create a memorial specifically for the heroes of flight 93. on board were several people from the bay area. including mark bingham, nicole miller, thomas burnett, and lauren grandcolas. the plane was originally headed to s-f-o... but was hijacked some passengers tried to take back control --- but it crashed in a field outside shanksville, pennsylvania. 40 passengers and crew were killed ahead at eight.. walking and texting at the same time in the wrong place .. could get you a fine .. we'll tell you which bay area city is considering a new law.. plus. pedophiles, rapists---even killers all with u-s security clearances how a huge backlog in the u-s government is leading to risky interim passes. as berkeley hunkers down for the possibility of more protests against the alt- right.. the police want to change some of the rules for crowd control .. we'll tell you which ones..
this is your new name. this is your new house. and a perfectly inconspicuous suv. you must become invisible. [hero] i'll take my chances. (pam) in just two days .. berkeley could see another confrontation over the appearance of a controversial speaker.(steve) in the wake of violent clashes this year. and facing the possibility that it could happen again. berkeley's police chief wants to change
the city's policy on police use of pepper spray during violent protests. kron4's maureen kelly has more on what's behind this proposal. here are scenes from the most recent clash in august when nationalists tried to hold an anti marxist rally.which drew hundreds of black masked counter protestors. police say they trucked in shields and weapons, ignited smoke bombs and attacked some in the crowd.in april.there had been more brawling.and bloodshedpolice say the masked extermists used chemical sprays, sticks bats, bike locks and more sheilds against their opponentsand police.the berkeley police chief used examples from those violent clashes and others to recommend in this report that the city cross out it's two decade ban on police using pepper spray for crowd control. the chief saying using pepper spray would allow them to directly target on specific attackers. they are allowed to use tear gas, but that can also impact peaceful demonstrators. the chief is also asking to add language to the non lethal policy
forbidding the use of pepper spray to disperse peaceful demonstrators using passive resistance. such as what happened during the 2011 incident at an occupy protest at uc davis.the request comes right before a planned speech thursday by right wing talk show host ben shapiro. police both on and off campus are gearing in case that event draws more violence. a member of refuse facism.org, which is planning a non violent speak out event in sproal plaza that evening says it's shameful that berkeley wants to further clamp down on protestors.we need much more resistance to facism we have a facist regime in the white house, we have facists rallying from charlottesville to berkeley and we have facist intelectuals targeting this campus. it is absolutely right to stand up and say no to all of that.the berkeley city council is going to hold a special meeting on whether or not to allow the police to change their pepper spray policy. that meeting is to be held at 3pm on tuesday.maureen kelly kron4 news (pam) a big story we are following tonight.
a weakened irma is still dumping heavy rain on parts of georgia, alabama, tennessee and the carolinas.(steve) this after is left widespread flooding and damage in florida. and officials are warning people that even as the storm clears---dangerous conditions remain, there are downed power lines, debris scattered in the street. and millions are still without power. so far just one death reported in florida .. and two in georgia, south carolina also recorded its first storm related death. hurricane irma is also being blamed for killing 36 people in the caribbean. (pam) police have arrested more than two dozen people accused of looting stores and homes. you can see thieves here .... looting a foot locker in liberty city... running out with boxes of shoes. police showed up and the thieves fled. on sunday - two men were arrested for allegedly ransacking six- houses. as of today - police in fort lauderdale have arrested a total of 19 people for burglarizing businesses and residences during the
storm. several arrests were also made in miami .. as a group of suspected looters stole from a miami foot locker. (steve) just before the storm weakend --- the winds roared through daytona beach. where a c--n-n- reporter was giving a live report --- and struggling to even stand. take a look. the reporter went on to say she was having trouble even talking. because the wind was blowing against her face. just a dramatic example of how severe the conditions were out in florida. (pam) we are tracking a rare storm in september... hitting the bay area with lightning, thunder and rain. we're looking live outside where we've been seeing lightning strikes tonight in san francisco.. (steve) it's a pretty wild turn in our weather. kron-4 meteorologist lawrence karnow is here to tell us about more possible rain this week lawrence karnow: irma is now a tropical storm. heavy rain and
gusty winds are now affecting georgia, alabama, and south carolina. flooding rains continue and a storm surge along the southeast coast. tornadoes are also possible as the storm winds down. it should continue to weaken tonight and no longer a tropical storm by tomorrow. it was another warm to hot day around the bay area and muggy too. thunderstorms moved in late and continue to be a possibility tonight tnat and over the next few days. thunderstorms are coming up out of the south. they will be isolated but we could occasionaly see lightning and a few showers too through wednesday. you can see the area of low pressure off the coast. it will begin to slide north bringing unsettled weather across the area. highs tomorrow will be warm and muggy with numbers in the 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s and 70s at the coast. there is a chance of showers through wednesday then
(pam) people walking in redwood city... may have to send that text before stepping out to cross the street. a san mateo county supervisor is working to ban the use of cell phones in crosswalks. a resolution will be introduced tomorrow... urging lawmakers to pass legislation banning distracted walking. the supervisor is confident
the legislation will pass saying... the law will save lives. the push for the legislation comes after a law passed in honolulu, hawaii.. banning distracted walking. (steve) in the south bay... the iconic mount umunhum is set to open to the public. perhaps most noteworthy for the long ago abandoned cold war era radar station, the peak is now a destination for hikers, bird watchers and history buffs. at the end of hicks road above los gatos, the 35 hundred foot peak, one of the bay area's highest, is also a sacred place for the ohlone people. as part of the sierra azul open space preserve, mt umunhum is open from sunrise to sunset, weather permitting. beginning next monday... it will be open to the public for free. still ahead at 8. people with a history of violence.... and a top u-s security clearance. how they were given access to sensitive and even classified information. and next.. a disturbing photo of a boy with neck injuries ---
after he was nearly hanged. what his family is saying... next. tonight at 9 so stupid before i think that the public department head should be fired nobody likes it why are shoppers on in the sunset district up in arms . because the city altered 8 parking spaces i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
(steve) new at 8. a bi=racial boy in new hampshire --nearly hanged after being pushed off a table by teenagers.(pam) the boy's aunt posted a picture of the boy's severe injury. but first, we do want to warn you --- the picture is disturbing. the 8 -year old boy's family says, the teens taunted the boy with racial slurs before pushing him off a table with a rope around his neck. he was treated for cuts to his
neck after the nearly hanging. police in claremont, new hampshire are investigating... but did not provide further details. (steve) a growing backlog of more than 700- thousand security clearances is causing u-s agencies like the defense department to issuing risky interim passes--- sometimes to criminals. it's government wide and is causing delays in the intelligence sector. the u-s defense security service director says he's yanking interim clearances on a weekly basis. some that were issued to pedophiles, rapists and even killers. right now security clearance holders are re-investigated about every five years... now intelligence officials are calling for tighter regulation to weed out people who shouldn't be trusted with sensitive and even classified information. (pam) in sports... the 49ers try to explain... what was a very dissapointing start to their season.... (steve)... while the raiders get a huge boost from an unlikely hero...gary has that
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running with a big win at the tennessee titans yesterdaybut a very unlikely hero received the game ball from jack del rio "we bring him up on the practice squad. we travel him. giorgio i'm so proud of you (team cheers)" giorgio tevecchio not only became the first raider became the not only tevecchio giorgio giorgio tevecchio not only became the first raider other than sebastien janikowski to kick a field goal since 2001 he went 4-for-4 including two 52-yarders and the game clincher late in the 4th quarterjanikowski who took a pay cut of a million dollars then was placed on the i-r
with back issueswas on the sidelinestevecchio a product of cal and campolindo high school in moraga could only be grateful after the 26-16 win (sot: tevecchio) "i've dreamed for years about this moment, and it means so much that i get to share it with you all. to see your smiling faces makes all the hard work, the struggle, the sacrifice, the tears... (drowned out by cheering). when you have these big o-lineman who have been battling all game turn to you and just be so happy because you contributed, that's, that's what i do this for." on the flip side the 49ers side the on the flip on the flip side the 49ers
dropped passes and turnovers doomed them against the carolina panthers yesterday brian hoyer's numbers were actually not too bad but a lost fumble and an interception both leading to panther touchdowns did him and the niners ineventually frustration crept in for new head coach kyle shanahan. 23- 3 panthers win after the game he was asked about such a dissapointing performance in his first game(sot: shanahan) "whether it was the first, last, or any one i have the rest of my career, it wasdisappointing. i don't think it matters that it was the first. anytime you lose and lose that way, it's frustrating and disappointing. i think the opportunities we had we missed and once we got in that secondhalf and started to become a little bit one- dimensional. that's a team and a defense that you do notwant to become one dimensional against, so it just made it tough."
monday night football saints at vikingsadrian peterson the viking great now a saint hugs former teammates befr the gamebut it was all vikings sambradford throws one of his 3 touchdown passes this one to tight end kyle ruldolph 26-9 vikings(bradford: 278- 32, 346 yards, 3 tds)peterson only 18 yards in 6 carries final: 29-19 vikings the cleveland indiansgoing for their 19th straight win at home against the detroit tigersbottom 2nd 1-0 indians the indians score 5 runs in the 2nd... francisco lindor a bases clearing rbi triple to center field 4-0 tribebottom
4th 5-0 indians jose ramirez hits a 2-run home run to right field 8-0 indians final: 11-0 indianstheir 19th straight win they are 7 away from the all-time streak of 26 by the 1916 new york giants and 1 off the american league record held by 3 teams 2002 "moneyball" a's last month kevin durant stirred thngs up a little durant who is wth nike said that "nobbody wants to buy under armour" which of course is teammate steh curry's brand curry said he's talked to durant to "iron things out" and insists "there is nothing that is going to put a wrench in our locker room."but he still ofered this retort former 49ers terrell owenswas
in south san francisco today for the first indycar celebrity karting challenge another former 49er tom rathman was also there with other former athletes athletes were paired on a five-person team with an indycar driver a navy seal and two others. the event benefits the seal legacy foundation.the indy grand prix of sonoma is this sunday at sonoma raceway
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be informed about outages in your area. sign up for outage alerts at pge.com/outagealerts. together, we're building a better california. help you get a better night's sleep.(steve) some doctors say that letting your dog sleep in the same room as you could lead to more zee's. the mayo clinic in arizona studied 40 adults and their pets. they found sleep quality improved across the board when both the dog and their owner slept in the same room. one caveat: people who snuggle too closely with their dogs under the covers actually sleep worse. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(steve) but kron4 news in prime time continues with grant lodes and vicki liviakis, here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))we continue to track the wild weather hitting parts of the bay area right now.in the east bay...it's hot. there...and on the peninsula and in the south bay....and
parts of the north bay...thunder and lighting are grabbing people's attention tonight.on top of that...the rain is really coming down in some spots.new at nine...a live report from san jose where dozens of lightning strikes have been reported. plus also new at nine...this is not something you want to see when going to the dessert store.where this mouse was captured running on cookies..and what the health department is doing about it. ((grant))a busy news monday...and we've got you covered.((vicki))keep it right here...kron 4 news at nine starts, after the break.
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(grant) our top story.... wild weather across most of the bay area tonight... (vicki) we're seeing lighting strikes and pouring rain... as thunder rumbles from san francisco all the way to san jose.... and it is not over yet.... the september storm is just starting...(grant) thanks joining us, i'm grant lodes... (vick) and i'm vicki
liviakis.... tonight we have team coverage tracking this storm.... we have kron4's gabe slate... he shows us the overnight wind storm that caused damage... charles clifford is in the south bay watching conditions there... we first start with meteorologist lawrence karnow... he is in the weather center tonight...with details on how long this thunder storm will last... lawrence karnow: irma is now a tropical storm. heavy rain and gusty winds are now affecting georgia, alabama, and south carolina. flooding rains continue and a storm surge along the southeast coast. tornadoes are also possible as the storm winds down. it should continue to weaken tonight and no longer a tropical storm by tomorrow. it was another warm to hot day around the bay area and muggy too. thunderstorms moved in late and continue to be a possibility tonight tnat and over the next few days. thunderstorms are coming up out of the south. they will be isolated but we could occasionaly see lightning and a few showers too through wednesday. you can see the area of low pressure off the coast. it will begin to slide north bringing unsettled weather across the area. highs tomorrow will be warm and muggy with numbers in the 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s and 70s at the coast. there is a chance of showers through wednesday then cooler on thursday but dry. more sunshine and warmer weather is expected for the weekend.
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