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(pam) now at ten: we are tracking a seven- day storm. a live look outside at what is going on in the bay area right now. the morning commute expected to get messy. (pam)thank you for joining us tonight... im pam moore. (steve) and im steve aveson. lets get right over to chief meteoroligst lawrence karnow... hes has what we need to know for tonight.. and for the early hours of tomorrow. lawrence karnow: we began the day with heavy rain and gusty
winds making for a messy commute. rain finally turned to showers by the afternoon. the air is much more unstable now an we've seen a few lightning strikes. doppler radar continues to show more showers outside but they are more widely scattered. on the satellite you can see the storm as it moved ashore early today. behind it you can see another area of low pressure. that will bring another chance of rain wednesday especially in the south bay into the monterey bay. behind that another storm will move in to bring us much colder air and the possibility of thunderstorms. this last full week of winter is looking very busy. tomorrow shower will continue with a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms. more rain is expected on thursday and continuing into friday. highs will be chilly and in the 50s. snow levels will also be running low about 3,000 feet. winter storm warning continue in the sierra for heavy snow. stay tuned to kron 4 new for the very latest.
(steve) (steve) we saw a whole mix of things across the bay area today...there was sunshine... scattered showers... and even a good old fashioned down-pour. kron 4's charles cliffordis live for us tonight along the penisula in san bruno. chuck, do you need your umbrella? (pam) we are (pam) (pam) we are
@ellasogomonian// "well we have yet to see this rain really come down here tonight in berkeley but earlier today the city saw about a half an inch of rain and this is just the beginning."rain clouds moved into the east bay at 6:30 tuesday night a rainbow could be seen in the distance between berkeley and oakland. the wet weather not only impacts drivers...for cyclists getting around also gets more challenging.sot: thomas delagrange, cyclist// "i'm a little more cautious i'll have to admit because you hear a little bit more honking, tires screeching from the breaking so it gets slippery from the oil and everything so you got to be more cautions and be ready."this berkeley family tried to enjoy some of the last dry moments outdoors before the next round of rain picks back up and lingers into next week.sot: tom faries, berkeley resident// 'it's definitely hindering but there's a quick break so why not take advantage of that because it's going to rain for the next week or so it feels like."sot: tory faries, berkeley resident// "i've got to worry about this pup, she's covered in mud right now and brings that into our house. and i have to worry about this little lady she gets couped up inside a little bit. but nothing too major we're
adaptable."there is a chance of thunderstorms tonight with wind gusts up to 30 miles an hour in the hilltops.sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "and the berkeley fire department battallion chief here recommends that people slow down because of this wet weather and be on the lookout for pedestrians as well as cyclists which might be harder to notice in this rain as well as if you see any downed trees or powerlines makes ure to call that in. in berkeley ella sogomonian kron 4 news." (pam) (pam) don't forget... you can track the wet weather in your neighborhood with the kron-4 mobile app. you can also be the first to know about breaking news when it happens... by turning on push alerts. (pam) president trump landing on california soil for the first time since he was elected 14- months ago. (steve) and tensions between mr trump and local lawmakers are high. (steve) as andy rose reports... the president touched on how governor jerry brown is doing, buidling a boarder wall and the military. president donald trump: "i think governor brown has done a very poor job of running california. they have the highest taxes in the united states.... you have sanctuary
cities where you have criminals in the sanctuary cities...and i think the governor is doing a terrible job running the state of california."harsh words from president donald trump as he made his first trip to california since taking office 14 months ago.it was a quick one day visit to the country's most populous state, where trump focused mainly on immigration issues. a hot topic in a state where there is no love lost between him and local leaders when it comes to the president's open disapproval of their sanctuary cities.earlier in the day, he was in san diego, touring eight border wall prototypes on the california/mexico border.president trump: "i do have a preference. the problem is you have to have see- through. you to have know what is on the other side of the wall." though trump campaigned heavily on building a southern border wall, and having mexico pay for it, the wall has yet to happen.president trump: "if you don't have a wall system, we're not gonna have a country. there is a lot of problems in mexico, they have a lot of problems over there. and they have cartels, we are fighting the cartels, and we are fighting them hard."before heading to a high-dollar fundraiser in beverly hills for the evening, trump stopped at a marine base, promising that no matter where they are military is always a top priority for himpresident trump: "we're also investing in our greatest weapon of all...in 2019, we want to give
you your largest pay raise in over i'm andy rose, reporting. (grant) secretary of state rex tillerson is out....and he found out he was fired...thanks to twiteer the president made the announcement on twitter -- only calling tillerson hours later. c-i-a director mike pompeo has been nominated to take tillerson's place. tillerson spoke for the first time after his firing a few hours ago in the state department briefing room. he thanked the american people... american diplomats... the state department staff ...but not
president trump. he famously once referred to the president as a moron.trump told reporters that he and pompeo are on the same wavelength -- tillerson diverged with trump on key issues like trade, climate change and iran. (pam) controversial conservative commentator and firebrand.. ann coulter ... is in the bay area this evening. you may remember, coulter was schedueled to speak at u-c berkeley last year, kron 4's j.r. stone explains tonight ... coulter came out swinging against california, immigration and berkeley. controversial conservative speaker ann coulter in the bay area on tuesday night and she didn't waste any time when it came to giving her opinions about u-c berkeley...where she was unable to speak last year. i can give my entire speech to berkeley in about 5 seconds...federal laws on the books so we should enforce them.coulter was schedueled to speak at u-c berkeley in 2017 but eventually had to cancel because of the school's fears over possible violence.
tuesday just two protesters showed up in mountain view despite the heavy police presence where coulter was speaking.....those protesters were gone 20 minutes later. coulter says she is still very determined to talk in berkeley. sot all of these liberals came out when berkeley through their tantrum.....i still haven't spoken...i kinda think i still need to speak.with president trump spending the day in southern california looking at prototype border walls...coulter was eager to talk immigration.we asked her about oakland mayor libby schaaf's decision to warn people about possible ice raids.sot you have the most beautiful state in the union you need different people running it....sot...j.r. stone kron 4 news.
(grant) breaking news at ten : physicist stephen hawking has died at the age of 76. stephen hawking was the author of the best-selling book a brief history of time and was the subject of the oscar-nominated film the theory of everything. he also wrote children's book on science with his daughter lucy and was a professor at campbridge university for many years. hawking battled als since the 19-60's. he had to express his 60's. he had to express his profound thoughts
on science using a voice synthesizer.hawking's children lucy, robert, and tim confirmed the news and said in a statement " we are deeply saddened that our beloved father passed away today. he was a great scientist and an extraordinary man whose work and legacy will live on for many years." (pam) we speak with one of the 7 hostages let go at yountville veterans home. coming up: the chilling details of what really happened in that room .. (steve) new at ten: just released surviellance video of a robbery arrest. what san francisco police say the suspect was armed with (pam) a bay area city has a seen a jump in crime for the last four years. coming up ... what san ramon officials are doing to make it a safer place ..
she could... in a commercial. in real life she uses it to pay her sister, from her couch, for that sweater she stained. what sweater? (phone buzzes) life, lived michaela's way. chase. make more of what's yours. .... the san ramon police chief is presenting the city council with his department's annual report ... that includes increased crime rates .. as well as programs the city is working on ... to try to improve those numbers.(steve) kron 4's ali reid joins us live from san ramon tonight ... where the meeting is still underway.((ali in mon)) ali - does the police chief have any concerns? right now property crime, auto burglaries, and larceny seem to be the big issue.pkg crime has increased over the last couple of years and police chief dan pratt and his department are working to get those numbers down.dan pratt /
san ramon police chiefwe're still hiring from the 2017-18 fiscal year. so we're gonna get some of them started next month chief pratt says p-d is is urging citizens that have surveillance cameras in or around their homes or businesses, to register with police ... which then makes it easier for authorities to help find the culrit whenever a crime is committed. and so far it seems to be working.we had an incident where a couple of suspects shot a flare gun into some residences and we were able to capture footage of the vehicle. we put that out on social media and it helped identify the suspects and eventually they were caught and prosecuted.to help with combating crime, the city council previously proposed a camera system citywide ... but that won't make it into this year's budget. residents say they still feel they're living in one of the safest cities in the bay area.san ramon is always safe. it's been home for me since i was 17 years old. it's always been safe. i have my home here.i look at a
lot of different cities as we look at retirement and i'll tell ya i cant find any as safe as san ramon. so it's a real selling feature for us. although there isn't a need for any additional staff this year, police say the growing city will need additional officers in the near future.we always try to stay ahead with crime prevention strategies ... it's always in the forefront of our minds to address those issues.standup police is also actively educating the public on how to protect themselves, stay alert, and report suspicious activity.that was part of another meeting across town tonight.reporting live in san ramon ... ali reid ... kron 4 news (steve) new at ten: vallejo police officers are now carrying a life saving drug. the officers will be equipped with narcan after the city noticed an increase in heroin and fentanyl possesssions and overdoses last year. this
month officers began narcan training and are now carrying it on patrol. (steve) a california man on death row for more than 20 years could now free. after the state supreme court threw out his sentence and conviction on charges he raped and murdered a toddler. the court ruled unanimously that medical evidence against vicente figueroa's proved false. many of the doctors who testified at figueroa's trial now says the young girl's injuries were not a result of sexual assault. the girl was the daughter of figueroa's girlfriend ..who he was watching. the state supreme court said juror heard evidence suggesting the girl may have been hit by a car. (pam) california's decision to legalize marijuana has resulted in numerous changes. among them ... the way police dogs are trained. in placer county .... the roseville police departments canine unit will no longer be on the hunt for pot... just harder drugs ... like heroin... cocaine and meth- amphetamine. roseville officers say.. the switch up is due to the state's decision to legalize
marijuana... that decision has left an industry of over- qualified drug sniffing dogs... no longer needed to alert handlers to the now legal marijuana. (pam) happening now... for the third time in less than two weeks -- new england is getting pounded by a nor- easter...again.... in some areas -- the blizzard is expected to dump as much as two feet of snow. snow covered cars, parks and streets as a nor'easter slams into new england. visibility in many areas is down to a quarter- of a -mile and there are white out conditions in certain places because the snow continues to fall. the storm canceled flights and knocked out power for thousands. (pam)blowing.">(pam) emergency management
crews are warning .... that the bitter cold and high winds can be dangerous even after the storm passes. (steve) a live look outside on a rainy night around the bay.. (pam)lawrence has the four zone forecast lawrence karnow: we began the day with heavy rain and gusty winds making for a messy commute. rain finally turned to showers by the afternoon. the air is much more unstable now an we've seen a few lightning strikes. doppler radar continues to show more showers outside but they are more widely scattered. on the satellite you can see the storm as it moved ashore early today. behind it you can see another area of low pressure. that will bring another chance of rain wednesday especially in the south bay into the monterey bay. behind that
another storm will move in to bring us much colder air and the possibility of thunderstorms. this last full week of winter is looking very busy. tomorrow shower will continue with a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms. more rain is expected on thursday and continuing into friday. highs will be chilly and in the 50s. snow levels will also be running low feet. winter storm warning continue in the sierra for heavy snow. stay tuned to kron 4 new for the very latest. latest. for the very latest. (steve) coming up (steve)
(steve) coming up (steve) coming up newly released survillence video.vacaville police need your help searching for this tire slashing suspect. (pam) bed bugs and cockroaches forced a group of bay area tenants to take action. coming up- who they are now turning to for help .. stop rent increases and unsafe living conditions.
djegal talked with the affected families... who took their concerns to city hall. (philippe) families who say they're living in poor conditions, facing no-cause evicitions and unfair rent increases... stopped by city hall in concord. they dropped off papers to have city inspectors tour their apartments and force their landlord to make repairs to problems that the tenants say have long been ignored. eliabeth lira/tenant- "it just makes us feel like we're less than them. we're paying for the property and just horrible conditions." bed bugs and cochroaches were found in some of the units we visited at the park haven apartment complex. a representative for the landlord says they do their best to respond to maintantenance requests. but tenants disagree.elizabeth lira/tenant- "they just say they'll get to it but they never do -- they just ignore us." that's why tenants like elizabeth lira have turned to the non-profit -- "acce." alliance of californians for community empowerment. "acce" is helping to stop what they claim are several no-cause evictions... and, unfair rent increases -- exceeding 10-
percent.edith pastrano/acce- "tenants are mobilizing in concord, in other cities across the state to get better tenant protections like just cause for eviction. currently, in concord, there is no such policy that protects tenants in this way. (philippe) and, there's no rent control, right? (edith) and, there's no rent control. yeah, so landlords are allowed to increase the rent however much they want." shortly after we tried to contact the property manager... the leasing office called the police. eventually, a representative for the landlord told us, they are willing to work with the tenants to resolve their issues. in concord, philippe djegal, kron four news. (pam) a dog died on a united airlines flight.... after a flight attendant ordered the animal be put into the plane's overhead bin. how the airline is responding to the tragic incident tonight (steve) a heart-breaking visual on the lawn of the u-s capitol today.how these shoes represented gun violence. (pam) a veteran killed three people, but let seven others go. next: we hear from one of those freed
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commute. rain finally turned to showers by the afternoon. the air is much more unstable now an we've seen a few lightning strikes. doppler radar continues to show more showers outside but they are more widely scattered. on the satellite you can see the storm as it moved ashore early today. behind it you can see another area of low pressure. that will bring another chance of rain wednesday especially in the south bay into the monterey bay. behind that another storm will move in to bring us much colder air and the possibility of thunderstorms. this last full week of winter is looking very busy. tomorrow shower will continue with a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms. more rain is expected on thursday and continuing into friday. highs will be the 50s. snow levels will also be running low about 3,000 feet. winter storm warning continue in the heavy snow. stay tuned to kron 4 new for the very latest.
chat about ten at ten (pam) you can track the wet weather in your neighborhood with the kron4 mobile app. you can also be the first to know about breaking news when it happens... by turning on push alerts. (grant) we are learning more tonight about one of the victims in the yountville hostage shooting. jennifer gonzales and her husband were
expecting their first child. she was seven montns pregnant. the successful clinical psychologist was only 32 years old she was killed friday... after taken hostage by gunman, albert wong. two of her colleagues were also killed friday. a veteran who stopped to reflect on the memorial talked with kron four about the tragedy. (sot) "jenn was brilliant. she cared about people she was a "helper" in the mister rogers sense. she dedicated her life to helping veterans who were hurting." (grant) tonight investigators are searching for a motive in the shooting. (grant)somona state university president sent out a statement today about doctor jennifer golick who earned her masters at the univeristy. the statement said in part "we are once again confronted with gun violence that plagues our society, and it is especially difficult when a victim is from our seawolf family.please join me in extending our deepest condolences to the family and friends of dr. golick and all other victims
of last week's tragedy." (grant) and one of seven people spared last friday...is sharing her story. haley rekdahl talked to kron4's teresia estacio about that fateful, harrowing ordeal. terisa estacio - i met up with haley rekdahl here at the pathway memorial for the three women who lost their lives she talked with me about what happened when gunman albert wong walked into the party listen to my conversation. haley. can you walk me through what happend? did he storm in or walk in? he walked in very calmly and slowly did he say anything to you? he, didnt say anything. he at first said, veterans, you can go. because there were couple of veterans with us. and then 4 staff members that he let me go, all he said was first name, you can go. there were 2 before me, i was the 3rd, then he let me go. did he have his gun out? did he come across as violent? he had his gun against him. he walked in with it and he was just very calm. just kind of emotionless. did you run out, or slip out? he motioned me to toward the door. he wanted us to walk out, i
walked out past him and out the door and then ran from there. did you hear shots? i was out before the shots were fired. we passed a sheriff's deputy on way out. we were driving out in a vehicle, way before it happened. did it all happen fast? like 5 minutes? yeah. i have blocked some things out, but yeah, like 5 minutes. where you hopeful at the time you ran out, yeah, at the time, i didn't think this would be the outcome. i have been visting every day, just to be close to them. it is all i can do right now. in (tes) yountville: hostage speaks out, terisa estacio (steve) new at nine... frightening moments for students and staff at a high school in monterey county... seaside police say an educator was teaching a course on public safety for his administration of justice class earlier today when he showed his students his gun and then
students and staff at a high school in monterey county... seaside police say an educator was teaching a course on public safety for his administration of justice class earlier today when he showed his students his gun and then the unthinkable happened for the teacher. (steve) the teacher, who also works as a reserve police officer for the city of sand city, has been placed on administrative leave while the investigation into what happened continues. (pam ) take a look at this video... a chilling scene at the nation's capitol. a memorial --
consisting of seven- thousand pairs of shoes... one for every child killed by guns since the 2012 sandy hook school massacre. the shoes are from family members of victims, as well as celebrities, and others from across the country. the display was laid out on the southeast lawn of the capitol. (pam) it comes ahead of the "march for our lives" later this month, in which activists will call on washington lawmakers to take action on combating gun violence. many bay area school are particpating in the national walk out protests.. here is a list of where those activities are taking place. (steve)new at ten: just released video of police in san francisco's tenderloin neigbhorhood chasing and tackling a robbery suspect. you can see police running after a robbery suspect and tackling him. the department says officers spotted a fleeing suspect at 6th and market yesterday. they say he was armed with a hunting knife threatening a merchant who tried to stop him. police sau the suspect also punched a man
in the face in another unprovoked attack. (pam) also new at ten: police are looking for whoever is responsible for slashing the tires of at least 8 vehicles in vacaville. you are looking at newly released surviellance video. police say, the suspect not only slashed tires, but checked to see if any of the doors were unlocked. officers say, this happened in the north village, sometime around- 2 in the morning on saturday. if you recongize this person, you are asked to contact police. (steve) three more suspects are behind bars tonight...in connection to home invasions in petaluma that led to a pursuit into novato...bringing the total number of arrest to seven. the three men were arrested around seven last night at s.f.o airport...while trying to board a flight back to the east coast. two suspects...a man and a woman...remain at large tonight. deputies say nine people went to three different homes along eugenia drive around three yesterday
morning...looking for marijuana they mistakenly thought was being grown there. authorities say the group kicked in doors... tied up some of the people inside... and pistol whipped one man. in the search for the pot. (pma) in national news... a dog died on a news... a dog died on a united airlines flight.... after a flight attendant ordered the animal be put into the plane's overhead bin. united say, s it is taking responsibility for the incident... saying, pets should never be put in the overhead storage compartment. but that is what happened on a flight from houston to new york. passengers say, they heard barking during the flight. but did not know the dog had died until the plane landed at laguardia airport. united says, it is investigating... and talking to the flight attendant. (pam) now some happy news in the k-9 world. a dog in illionis is back home after six months. elizabeth wadas explains how the husky was stolen .. right out of a family's backyard.
moline-- it's all smiles in the martin house, except for that cat. it's all sinking in for this family after six months apart, their siberian husky feather, is back home. "it's not real. i'm still kind of in shock that she's here," says briana martin.back in september briana says feather was stolen right out of her backyard."when he went out 30 minutes later to check on her, she was gone," says briana. after searching non stop, the family had almost given up on ever seeing her again, until briana got a message on facebook from a mechanic shop in davenport."he messaged me and said parents stole her out of my backyard," says briana.she says she originally thought the man messaging her stole feather."i was very shocked. i just kind of stared at my phone for a second and said what? once i got my bearings, i said okay, what's their name, address. where can i find them?"the address was for a home 88 miles away in cedar rapids, iowa.after receiving those new details, officers at the east moline police department contacted police in cedar rapids. those officers went to that address and found feather there. the martins picked up feather hours later and brought her home.but this story is far from over. briana is pressing criminal charges."you are looking at grand theft in some cases. animals are not cheap, and you could go to jail. be willing to pay that price if you want to take an animal," says briana.but in the meantime, this family makes up for lost time."i wish i could know what's going on with her in the past six months, where she's been, what she's done,
how she liked her first snow, but she'll just be with us forever," says briana.briana met with east moline detectives on monday to see where to go next.channel 8 did reach out to the man who messaged briana with the details about feather. he said he is happy he could help reunite them. we also reached out to the man's father, the man he says stole feather. we have not heard back from him. coming upduring inclement weather it's important to have both hands on the wheel and reduce speed i stopping for your speed you're between 80 and 81 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone i'll show you more in the next edition of people behaving badly (sports) coming up i'll have all the day's sports highlights and scores.
(pam)are you feeling lucky? if so- you may want to play the lottery! (( ááásteveááá)) california's powerball jackport is now at 4- hundred-20-million-dollars. the winning numbers will be drawn tomorrow. (( áá pam / two shot áá )) the bay area is in the midst of a rain spell, which means drivers should pay special attention to the important rules of the road for wet weather driving .... (( áá steve / two shot áá )) of course, slow down, don't follow too closely are obvious, but that is just a couple of the things that stanley roberts found people forgetting to remember on local roadways. .. during inclement weather it's important to keep both hands on the wheel and pay close
attention so one of those chp cruisers don't happen to sneak up on you and catch you behaving badly behind the wheel this driver was cruising along phone firmly attached to his ear but to the drivers defense he had a slightly good excuse i'll let the driver explain where you guys from, we're from athens georgia, wow so do you have a hands free law in georgia no we can talk on the phone in georgia you can't text you in rome do as the romans right it was their first day in california and it didn't take long to meet officer barkley of the marin area office of the california patrol in california you can't even have the phone in your hand they were issued a verbal warning and sent on their waywhile riding with the chp, someone thought highway 101 was a little chilly so they dropped off a few bales of insulation nats: ambiance so we offered a traffic break so the bales could be moved to the side of the road . then it was back to cruising around...this next driver not so lucky she also had a phone firmly attached to her ear so she gets to pull over and have a chat make a right at the stop light right at the light ironically she pulled into the highway patrol
office apparently her boss called her and she answered and now that phone call could end of costing her 161 dollars but if there is any consolation her boss apologized well he should tell you he's sorry . there you go there there was the driver in the porsche who had the need for speed he was paced slightly higher than the posted speed limit you're between 80 and 81 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone and when i spoke to the driver he gave me an earful i'm with channel 4 how are you today sound of crickets .. well anyway yes he was cited for his speed do me a favor watch your speed its 55 all the way from the civic center in san rafael all the way just north of the golden gate bridge and off we go ..we also responded to something called a solo spinout it happens quite often in the rain ..sometimes drivers are in shock and they respond in different ways this driver response i like your beard you have nice teeth ..in marin county stanley roberts kron 4 news
saint mary's were one of the final four teams to be left out of the n-c-a-a tournament. the gaels sent to the n-i-t tournament, a consolation tournament. --randy bennett and saint mary's hosting southeastern louisiana in the first round -- gaels rolling in the second half jordan ford with a double spin move to finish with a layup scores 19 points -- lions never had a chance against the gaels jock landale no problem in the post finishes with a game- high... 26 points and 6 rebounds saint mary's win 89-45 they face the winner of boise state and washington
steph curry will not play in the next four games he is still rehabbing his right ankle. the warriors will re-evalute him next tuesday but last night during his birthday party celebrating him turning 30 he ankle seemed to be okay the great images...seen all over social media today. while we don't know where this all took place, we can show you what happened inside. first off, curry and some of his guests arrived to the location in a yacht. --then, the mvp...clearly having a wonderful time...was seen enjoying the feast --he even got on stage and sang a few numbers. --later on, everyone joined him for a dance party-- including head coach steve kerr and assistant coach mike brown. the warriors had to cancel
practice todayto cancel warriors had to cancel practice today russell westbrook is not the m-v-p conversation this season, but he's having a historical season. tonight against the atlanta hawks... westbrook notch his 100th triple double becoming the fourth player in n-b-a history to reach that mark. westbrook finished with 32 points, 12 rebounds, 12 assists oscar robertson, magic johnson, and jason kidd are the only three players ahead of him. thunder went on to win... 119-107 win... 119-107 the n-f-l free agency doesn't officially start until tomorrow afternoon, but teams are not wasting any time beefing up their rosters. the biggest deal of the day was kirk cousins to the minnesota vikings. the former redskins quarterback reportedly plans on signing a fully guaranteed three-year contract worth 84-million
dollars. cousins is the first quarterback to land a fully guaranteed contract he becomes the highest paid quarterback in the n-f-l. he's been one of the most productive q-b's since become the redskins starter three years ago. the 49ers were in the mix for cousins before making the trade for jimmy garoppolo. the 49ers reportedly agree to terms with former offensive lineman, weston richburg to a five-year deal. details of the contract have not been revealed richburg started 50 of the 51 games at center. last season he only played four games after being placed on season ending reserve with a concussion. richburg was drafted in 2014 as a left guard before moving to center. he's expected to be in the mix for a starting guard position with san francisco. raiders-- jordy nelson is expected to meet with general manager, reggir mckenzie tomorrow the former packers wide receiver was released by green bay today in order to make room for former seahawks tight end, jimmy graham. his former offensive coordinator, edgar bennett is now oakland's receivers coach. since 2014 nelson has recorded 34 receiving touchdowns.áthe raiders also intend to sign former 49ers tight end, derek carrier to a three-year carrier to a end, derek 49ers tight sign former 49ers tight end, derek carrier to a three-year deal
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day with heavy rain and gusty winds making for a messy commute. rain finally turned to showers by the afternoon. the air is much more unstable now an we've seen a few lightning strikes. doppler radar continues to show more showers outside but they are more widely scattered. on the satellite you can see the storm as it moved ashore early today. behind it you can see another area of low pressure. that will bring another chance of rain wednesday especially in the south bay into the monterey bay. behind that another storm will move in to bring us much colder air and the possibility of thunderstorms. this last full week of winter is looking very busy. tomorrow shower will continue with a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms. more rain is expected on thursday and continuing into friday. highs will be chilly and in the 50s. snow levels will also be running low about 3,000 feet. winter storm warning continue in the sierra for heavy snow. stay tuned to kron 4 new for the very latest. does this map show the
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