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and protect against vision loss. visit noweyesee.com and take control of your sight. >> from the bay area's local news station. we now with breaking news. >> that breaking news today at 3 o'clock. police in oakland are investigating a deadly shooting this afternoon. and we have just learned here at kron. 4, that one person who was injured in the shooting as a retired oakland police captain in or c joyner. and i thank you so much for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 3 o'clock today. i'm justine waldman. we do have new video from the scene of the shooting. it's from the citizens app. and you can see here the large police presence that had gathered as they are investigating the shooting. this happened at the chevron station right near downtown. it's by castro and 18th
streets in the shooting happened at just about 1 o'clock this afternoon. police are saying when they arrived on the scene, they found 2 people had been shot. that includes joyner and this retired officer did go to the hospital. the other victim from the shooting died at the scene. this does mark oakland's 115 homicide of this year. right now we're working to get more information about what led up to the shooting as well as the search for a suspect or suspects. we're working to get you more information. i'll keep you updated right here on kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock. as soon as we get new details into our newsroom. the other big story we're watching this afternoon is a break in the rain right now for some. but a lot more rain is coming. we're taking a look at stormtracker 4 right now. some afternoon showers are moving in across the north bay. the heaviest of the rain is going to be impacting our weekend plans a super super soaker is arriving on sunday.
so we do have team coverage across the bay area this afternoon to go over the next storm. kron four's charles clifford checking on flooding on the roadways. maureen kelly is on the peninsula. shoes also has an update on the situation there fleet to calls in the east bay, making sure they're prepared there and kron four's. rob fladeboe is in the south bay checking on reservar levels with all these storm systems. but we want to start with our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez. she's tracking the storm for today and also looking ahead towards the atmospheric river coming for sunday. yeah, that's going to be the main event just seen. but from now until then. >> scattered showers out there right now for your thursday afternoon. and we're tracking our second storm of this week arriving overnight. just to our north. let's track this storm hour by hour because we are going to notice possible cell forming for those of you in santa rosa by around 5 o'clock tonight overall, very scattered showers. mainly for those of you in the north bay drive for everyone else in the
bay area this evening. but we are expecting to see a line of moderate to heavy downpours during the overnight hours. first arriving. for those of you in the north bay by around 3 o'clock friday morning and even along the bay area coastline. we are tracking right now banned of widespread heavy downpours there. we could actually see some possible hail forming area shaded in red needs the heaviest downpours. and this is going to be a colder core storm. not like what we saw today that brought us temperatures in the 70's and it is going to impact our friday morning rush hour commute. so please plan ahead. dangerous driving conditions for your friday morning. start as that cell starts to shift to the east and we are tracking some pockets of heavy downpours continuing all morning long by 6 o'clock friday morning. widespread showers with moderate amounts of rain and then that storm track going to shift to the south and east widespread rain
for those of you in the east bay and south bay sell over san jose and conquer by around 7 8 o'clock in the evening until we start to dry out with calmer conditions by midmorning and then a mix of sun and clouds by early friday afternoon. we could see anywhere from about a quarter of an inch to upwards of an inch of rain. highest amounts. for those of you in santa rosa and your 3rd stronger storm yet atmospheric river, also known as a pineapple express set to take in the bay area for the 2nd half of the weekend tracking that next in my full forecast in just a few minutes. just in. back to you. thank you so much. that much needed rain is creating some dangerous road conditions right now from flooding to a soggy commute this morning for some. >> so we want to check in now with kron four's charles clifford who has been driving around all day today. the keys up. keep us updated. charles, where are you right now? looks like marin county. according to the super there. but how is the commute today. >> this is one o one right behind me in corte madera. and
i drove up from san mateo county through san francisco here into the north bay earlier this morning. no rain. a lot from wednesday wednesday night into thursday morning. but throughout the day, let up a little bit. it's been kind of like you see right now. i kind of a drizzle very cloudy here in the north but it's still a very wet conditions out there on the roadways. so it's going to take a look at some video here driving around. you can see the miss coming up off the roadway there as people are it's very damp. we're starting to see some puddles forming out on the roadways, especially here in rent. there are some known trouble spots, including. the lucky drive exit off of one. oh, one reagan under sir. francis drake, we head to the bridge there that there were some puddles out there today. and if you hit those and you don't know they're there. i can be kind of a frightening keep that in mind. if you're out driving this evening, also to the south a little bit over the park and ride lot they're off a one o one that's kind of an old spot thereaflood very easily, especially like a king tides. but there were some big puddles forming out there today. a lot of cars in that
lot right but if you do have to park in there. keep in mind that that could be an issue they didn't close it down. it's still open. you can drive through those puddles as don't get too much deeper than they currently are. again, throughout the day today. not too heavy rain but enough to keep the roadways very slick has been recently saying we are expecting a lot more moisture later this evening overnight for the next couple of days. if you're headed out of san francisco headed north may be commuting home. this evening. keep in mind at the roadways are going to be very slick out there. but for now in the north bay charles clifford kron 4 news. all right. stay dry. thank you, charles and the rain is believed to be the reason behind a crossover crash involving major injuries that shut down highway one in both directions in pacifica. >> for about 3 hours today. that roadway just reopened to traffic about a half an hour ago kron four's maureen kelly is there. she shows us the damage. >> here's the 2 vehicles involved in the crossover crash that shut down highway one in both directions just north of the tom lando
tunnels. chp says the recall a g garbage truck was going northbound and the white suv you see here that was totaled in the collision was going southbound everyone involved ended up going to the hospital. 3 people inside the suv, including a toddler were transported to sf general with what's described as major to moderate injuries. the driver of the garbage truck was unconscious when first responders arrived and was also hospitalized at this time. it's unclear which vehicle ended up in the wrong lane. that's still under investigation. but one of the vehicles did cross into the opposing lane of traffic. >> at the time. it was not raining, but the roadway was wet. so we believe that may have been a factor in this collision. >> the crash tied up traffic here for hours. the truck was leaking fuel and oil which needed to be cleaned up and soaked up with an absorbent to keep the lanes from being even slicker. one of the tow truck drivers on the scene says this was the second accident. he's responded to so far in his shift today. >> when that first big rain comes in. it gets all the oil that's on the ground. listen,
all up and then becomes very slippery for drivers. you know. only a first phase is the worst. his advice to drivers mirrors that of the chp when the weather is wet. >> slow down. maureen kelly kron 4 news. in the east bay. everyone is welcome to come help themselves to some sandbags at a filling station. that's in pleasant hill. this here at this location is at the community center parking lot. >> you need to bring your own bags and your own shovel looks like their bags are, though, but bring your own shovels. you can fill up your sandbags. this is not the only location, though. there are sandbag filling stations at city hall. there's also a pre-filled bags that are available at the public service center and that community center location that we were just talking about, which is by the pleasant oaks park on hawthorne drive. all these locations have the posted on our website. if you need to look at it a little bit more closely now the national weather service has also put out a list of items. you should have in your storm kit which might need a little bit of updating because we
have not had rain like this. and a little bit. so have a flashlight with extra batteries nonperishable food and water. also a first aid kit and any medicine or prescriptions you might need. don't forget about things you might need for your pets as well. and things you should have in your car with you. in case there's a rain event or if you're headed to sea air and there could be snow. a cell phone charger. first aid kit, spare tire, water and snacks and also chains for your tires. all this information can be found on our website. kron 4 dot com and stay with us here for the very latest. you can get all the updates on the weather in your neighborhood. just scan. this qr code to be taken to a special section on our website and that's where you can find things like the live radar forecast and also current conditions. a big announcement today on covid-19 vaccines the cdc panel voted unanimously today to recommend booster shots of the moderna and johnson and johnson vaccines. and to allow mixing and matching of doses. the agency is now advising anyone who got
that one shot, j and j shot should get another at least 2 months later, the panel is recommending that people stick with one version of the vaccine but says it's ok to switch it up when it comes to that booster depending on preference or what is available. the other big breaking news story we're watching today at 3 o'clock. the bones found in the search for brian laundry. according to his parents, attorney are ryan's reporter michael shure is live for us now in north port florida, with the latest on the investigation who looks like he's outside the parents home right now. michael, this information on the idea of the bones just to came in about 15 minutes ago. can you get us up to date. >> yeah, that's exactly where i am, justine we're here in north port outside the laundrie home. you know, it's been an uneventful day. all day long we've been out here for about 12 hours. then an unmarked car cam. 2 police officers went to the door knocked on the door behind me. they were led in no more than 2, 2 and a half minutes later
they left the home and we began to wonder what it was about. and one of the clearest signs that it to break the news to his parents that the remains that they found were brian laundrie's. and indeed that's what it was. it was confirmed both by steven bertolino who is the lord, the laundry lawyer, the family lawyer as well as the fbi out of denver where the that's that bureau that has been investigating. >> the the homicide of gabby petito as well as the disappearance of brian laundrie. and that was all confirmed here. so a flurry of activity. look, we've been out here not just all day long but for weeks and this has been a case that taken so many turns and there's been so much waiting and in just a matter of minutes here. you had the death of brian laundrie confirmed. that gabby was it was brian laundrie is dead. there's no cause of death. are many questions that still need to be answered by both the potatoes and i would assume the laundry family as well about what happened to their son. but this is in fact a
breaking news and it does change this now into looking into whether or not there was evidence that was taken out of the carlton reserve about 10 miles from where i am. that would help the investigation into the death of gabby petito and maybe at least allowing the petito family. some they're not going to get them from brian longer, but they may get him get them from what was with brian laundrie here in the carlton reserve. justine. >> so, michael, do we have any timeline on when we will figure out how long brian's body had been there or what the cause of death will be. >> what we don't we do know is that the remains that were was confirmed, that they were skeletal remains, which would indicate that he had been there for, you know, several weeks at the very in in the carlton reserve, but they it's a place that has fluctuating water levels and it could have been that just yesterday when they went in was the first time it's been a dry period here in florida. the first time that they were actually able to after the water
receded. those remains. we don't have a timeline. as a matter of fact, we were told earlier today that we wouldn't even whose those remains today that that would have to be another day and and lo and behold, a just a little while ago. we found that out. so they've been pretty tight lipped would imagine. now if he keeps his promise to even really know said that the laundry family after the period of mourning they're reportedly distraught that they will at least at the very least issue a statement and then the investigation can continue. justin. yeah. you have to feel for his parents. in this situation as well. michael shoar, thank you so much for that update live for us from north port florida. >> here's what's coming up today at 3 o'clock. our rain coverage is going to continue are the courts storms that were in that are impacting us right now. and also this weekend atmospheric river enough to replenish our local reservoirs will take a look. also what killed a california family and their dog while
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is in critical condition. there's also a lot of other new details here. let's go over them now. joyner seen here was shot what he was putting gas in his car at a chevron station in oakland near downtown. and as we understand that he was approached by a suspect joyner, then shot and killed the suspect. but it's not clear who shot first. we do have video now from the scene, from the citizens app. you can see the large police presence also the shell casings on the ground. this is the gas station at castro and 18th. like i said, it's close to downtown the shooting happened right after 1 o'clock today. the other new information that we know joyner was also shot and is at the hospital and is in critical condition. and we're working with police right now to get some other information as for if there are any other suspects. and if there's a getaway car involved, we're going to keep you updated on this breaking news story as far as some background information on joyner. he was with opd from 2013 to 2019 when he was part
of that. cease-fire program that was in charge of sort of stopping gun violence in oakland. he retired in 2019. we're working to get you more information here. we'll keep you updated a lot of new information is coming into our newsroom. so stay with us. here at kron 4 for new details. and new today at 3 o'clock. nearly 2 months since the bay area family was found dead in mariposa county. investigators have revealed the cause of death as hyperthermia and possible dehydration. the bodies of the married couple. john gersh and ellen chung as well as their one year-old daughter and their family's dog was all found near them or said river in the sierra national forest. and since then investigators said there was no signs of any trauma. the autopsies revealed no major clues. the mariposa county sheriff unveiled this afternoon that the family was on a hike on august 15th when the temperatures that day range between 107 109 degrees. and when the family went out
on that hike. they were not prepared for that heat. >> so they were the only container of water was the 85 ounce empty camelback. there was no additional. water. located water filtration systems. and there was no evidence of any portable dog polls. there was a small amount of. like a formula and a bottle. and some snacks. >> investigators also shared this aerial video of the terrain that they say the family went on that hike on detective still have not ruled out the possibility of any poisonous toxins in the water, including a toxic algae bloom. let's get back now to our storm tracker for us taking a look now at our radar showing us some light sprinkles still in the north bay right now and even hitting parts of the pen peninsula moving their way towards the east bay. we're getting a nice break right now.
>> but our meteorologist rodriguez is here now tracking major storm that's coming our way sunday night into monday. this one looks like a real doozy. >> inches of rain just seen heading our way. so let's track it all our by our radar for noticing a little bit of a break from the wet weather. some patchy drizzle for most of the bay area. expect scattered showers for those of you in the north bay throughout tonight. but as we fast forward to saturday night going to start to notice some light scattered showers and that moisture plume from hawaii going to tap into our next storm. the 3rd strongest one of the week arriving sunday and even continuing throughout most of monday. we are going to notice heavy downpours with the bulk of the wet weather in the north bay by early sunday morning. but then it's going to shift to the south and east impacting most of the bay area, the san francisco peninsula east bay and even the south bay by sunday afternoon and then by
sunday night we're going to notice the heaviest rain starting to exit the south bay as this storm is going to continue to bring widespread light to moderate showers throughout most of our monday very spotty and scattered in nature. those the tail end of that system starts to exit tuesday into wednesday and we are tracking inches of rain. upwards of about 6 and a half inches for those of you in santa rosa, 2 to 3 inches for everyone else in the bay area. so much needed much welcome rain heading our way. not going to be a drought buster, but certainly going to help and our fire season for us here in the bay area. back to you. just staying. >> thank you so much for risa. so all this rain we're getting is it enough to do anything significant. >> in improving our local reservoirs, kron four's, rob fladeboe joining us now from the lexington reservoir that's in los gatos. so you talk to some water officials today. what are they saying about this rain that we're getting this week. is it going to do anything to sort of improve our drought conditions.
>> well, just as you said, it said the proverbial cliche. it's a drop in the bucket. i'm here election 2 reservoir above los gatos. you may recall we were here about 6 weeks ago or so. the visible in the reservoir is is down. it's it's visible down. probably the 6 feet or so. i notice that there was a kind of a big island out there in the middle of the rosary can see it was just a little bit above the water. the last time we were here poking above the water. now looks like a fairly significant island. let's take a closer look. and i'm here to report to you that the the reservoir here, lexington reservoir now down to just 18% of capacity. that's a historic low and the pictures even worse. as you look across the valley, a combined totals for all of the reservoir is now down to just 10%. i'm told that as low as it's ever been. probably a dating back to the 1940's when the reservoir program first began. a lot of managers say these reservoirs comprise about a half of the valley's water supply. the rest is imported water and
that comes from the underground but answer your this storm is not going to make much of a difference which needed they say is a back to back to back along what winter that will saturate the ground and generate some significant runoff into these reservoirs as well snowpack in the sierra, which can also help to regenerate that these reservoirs painting a grim picture of all this is the santa clara valley water district vice chairman gary cremen. >> radically. it's a good thing, but because it's so dry the 4. but more important, the reservoirs in santa clara county. >> are under 10% of their capacity. that means 90% mandate. you're going to need huge amount of rains and even one atmospheric river and is not enough. it's that's a drop in the bucket throughout the state. we're in an all time low and locally. >> we weigh surpassed anything that we've ever been at since may be the 40's when we
started building reservoirs. it's that graham. >> this is a anderson east of morgan hill that's making the situation even worse anderson, by far and away the biggest reservoir which is now virtually empty and it's going to stay that way. for as long as 10 years to make way for a seismic retrofit of the dam there. water managers say this storm coming in this weekend and their little bit concerned that with all the much ballyhooed rain is actually going to detract from people conserving water. they want people to know that we have to continue to conserve water. yes, the rain is important. every drop counts. but storms not going make a whole lot of difference. that's the latest from here. justine, back to you. thank you so much, rob. >> and still ahead at 3.45 today we've been talking about all the supply chain issues and inflation. well, now our kids school lunches may cost more. explain what some schools.
us now live with more. jason, this is a big moment. the dubs are back home. >> yeah, for sure. justine and as we've heard earlier, in the newscast. this kind of gloomy out here in san francisco. but in this building tonight is going to be electric. they haven't been able to have a full capacity. basketball game since get this justine october. 24th 2019 and they have the opportunity to be at full capacity tonight. they're hoping for a sellout. and over that two-year span. there's been a lot of lows in this organization. there's been injuries to key players. of course, staff draymond green. and still to this day clay dealing with injuries. there's been trades. there's been a lot of losses and of course there's been a pandemic. but as it currently stands today, this team is looking pretty good and they showed that on tuesday night. they went into an electric atmosphere in the
staples center and they got a win over a team that many thinks could win an nba championship. the lakers they're loaded with hall of famers. you got lebron anthony davis carmelo anthony russell westbrook. but it didn't matter. the warriors used a team basketball approach that felt kind of like the strength in numbers era and they pulled out a win behind contributions from everyone. steph jordan poole andrew wiggins want escano anderson. now they want to do the same thing tonight against the other los angeles team and the hometown kid want us anderson is ready to feel that energy here in the bay. he told me. so this morning. >> always fun to play at home. i mean regard to what team you play for us on the plane for me is it's a lot much more just because this is my house, you know, so my family will be here. my friends will be here. donation will pack the house out. i'm you know, covid was a hard time. so it's just fun to
see the nba back. see people back in the was crazy staples. but that's what we play this game for him. and it's just, you know, to have fun with i'm super excited man. and you know, steve said we've dominate home court this year. so we've got to start off with the first one. so we've got a big challenge in front of us tonight. >> now, of course, want us going to anderson. he's from 95th street in east oakland truly a homegrown product here in the bay as for basketball being back. this is actually the 75th year of nba basketball when the warriors are celebrating that tonight. they're giving out these t shirts to all the fans who will be in attendance tonight. you've got some warriors legends will chamberlain step dream on. rick perry klay thompson is going to be great. also have special emblems on the court and, you know, not only celebrating basketball. they're just celebrating everyone being back and being
in the building to really hear all this team. i know the bay area's very excited for this team. some high expectations and we'll have coverage up to tip off at 7. but for now, live from thrive city at chase center. i'm jason dumas scrum for sports. jason la sizes that shirt. >> just asking for a friend. extra large song will obese women i'm not sure if you can fit it either. but maybe someone in the newsroom meeting. thanks, jason. have fun tonight. >> all right. up next here at 3 o'clock clear out the storm drains and bring in those halloween decorations were going to catch up with east bay officials on how they're gearing up for possible flooding in the next few days. and it's not just fires this time but the heavy rainfall the weekend's forecast that has north bay firefighters on high alert. how heavy rain in the burn, scar areas may start another disaster. and a quick live look outside here along a
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but our here, we are just getting started. news we're watching today at 3 o'clock. 2 people shot in oakland. one of those has died and retired oakland police captain or c joyner was injured in the shooting. >> we do know that he is in critical condition right now. joyner was shot while putting gas in his car at a chevron station in oakland as we understand it, he was
approached by a suspect joyner shot and killed the suspect. but it's not clear who shot first. this is video of him when he was working with opd and this is video from the scene from the citizens app. the shooting happened at the 7 chevron station on castro and 18th streets. that's very close to downtown oakland. the shooting. and this crime scene starting about 1 o'clock today and right now police are searching for any more suspects and a possible getaway car. again, this retired police captain from opd joyner. he's in the hospital right now in critical condition. he retired from opd and 2019. we do have a reporter headed now to the scene to get us all the latest details and we'll bring you more information as soon as it comes in to the kron 4 news room. we are also tracking a major storm system that's hit. and that's just in time for spooky season as we take a live look outside right now. san francisco international airport. some big clouds looks
like they're ready to do some damage here. our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is tracking today's storm for us and also looking ahead towards the weekend that sunday storm is really going to have a big impact on our weekend plans. yeah. that 3rd stronger storm sunday is an atmosphere river. it is going to have some hawaiian plume moisture out in the pacific making it. >> rain very heavily and widespread sunday into monday. but from now until then, we are tracking a storm to our north right now. very dry calm conditions. but overnight we are expecting some light to moderate and pockets of heavy downpours that time to impact your friday. morning's commute so drive safely plan ahead. live look outside though. certainly the calm before the storm all monies clouds overhead in the bay area and when tracker for it tracking winds out of the south. fortunately a little bit breezy in the teens but not seeing very gusty winds. those will arrive as the storm passes 30 miles per hour or less. thanks to that westerly flow. that cool sea breeze influence out there right now.
keeping temperatures in the low to mid and upper 60's, a longer. san francisco peninsula coastline. but milder, as you make your way inland san jose 74 degrees. pleasant temperatures in livermore. the mid 70's and san carlos 71 degrees with overnight lows tonight. widespread mid 50's a little bit cooler in santa rosa 49 degrees. but daytime highs tomorrow only warming up into the low to mid 60's. so 5 to 15 degrees below average and then here's a look at the atmospheric river sunday into monday and those scattered showers will linger into tuesday. just seen bringing inches of rain within the next 5 days. back to you. thanks for resold it to dry out next week, too. that's great. and our storm coverage is going to continue right now with kron 4 salute to call his reporting now from contra, costa county, where crews are trying to prevent flooding. >> while first responders rushed to emergencies in pleasant hill. >> right along highway 4 near
martinez navigate. the misty remnants of an early morning down. >> contra costa county public works crews make stops at dozens of streams and water to keep everybody safe keep everybody's property say this team making one of its nearly 20 stops for the day at bettencourt basin off camino tots in san remains were clearing the inlet some outlets to to promote the flow and and remove any obstructions that will stop. >> stop the flow of the water. >> maintenance supervisor. matt olson says this area has been prone to flooding in the past and requires immediate attention only rain. it brought a lot of the stuff, a lot of the debris that's been sitting all summer all year. and since we got. >> really light rains last year. it's kind of doubled up. so we have a lot of stuff coming from the upstream side crews spending about a half hour at each location. one of about 25 tasks. the flight control teams routinely perform throughout the year. hopefully we do get a good wet winter. and and we're ready
for public works says removing tall grass and the creeks to allow the free flow of water is next on the list. >> in contra, costa county, all kron 4 news. >> and stay with us here on kron 4 for the latest weather in your neighborhood. you can scan this qr code on your screen right now to be taken to a special section on our website. kron 4 dot com. and that's where you can find things like the live radar forecast and also current conditions. and there are some concerns about how this upcoming rain is going to do impacts on the north bay fire zones and the scars that are there. flooding is a concern. it's not a hernia here now live with us in the newsroom with the latest there. good afternoon. >> good afternoon. just and that's right. i spoke with assistant fire chief paul lowenthal from the santa rosa fire department. and it sounds like residents in areas ravaged by the recent wildfires are the ones that should be the most prepared. but the worst of the storm coming this weekend areas with burn scars can be vulnerable to flooding, especially if those areas didn't see much
vegetation regrowth the combination of scorched soil, low vegetation, heavy rains could be a recipe for land or mudslides crews monitor the rainfall rates keeping an eye on areas where the rain is set to hit the heaviest and start sending messages to residents in those areas. it's important, however, that residents do their part as well. >> last year, santa rosa in summit county dispersed and handed out have literally had piles of weaver to is as strong waddles that were available be picked up by residents and put their backyard to help deal with runoff. >> sill said >> ash. >> and a lot of those were virtually call him being peas are best management practices are still in place from last year. >> so residents can in some cases replace them, especially they back up to a to a hillside or or on top of the hillside. clearing leaves needles debris from not just your gutters. along the roof lines, but all around her property. so the water can flow. >> now. she lowenthal
recommends everyone check in with their cities to find out what resources are available to them. whether its stations where you can find sandbags or just for general safety information now have more on this coming up on kron 4 news at 5 as well as on our streaming service kronon which you can download for free in your app store. just seen. it's not. thank you so much. here's what's coming up at 3 o'clock today. the most expensive theme park in california is not disneyland. so where. >> when you go visit, will you spend the most money and where
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6.1 million kids every school year excuse me, every school day, the reopening of california coupled with worker shortages and supply chain crisis that's providing some challenges for them. schools are suddenly facing unexpected terminations of food and supply contracts. and last minute cancellations of food orders. we might order a 100 cases of something and we might get 60. that's why they're only able high. >> and the one type that that we're able to serve tours. >> school administrators say any one of these problems could derail a food service program. but most are getting hit by all of this at the same time. we're taking a live look now at our radar and tracking the storms that are sticking around on this thursday reese about rig as is going to take us little bit more in depth about what's happening tonight and into tomorrow. she's in the weather center with the latest yeah. and bieber already got an inch of rain in downtown san francisco with up to 2 inches of much-needed
shower activity in the north bay. >> with more right on the horizon, in fact, are tracking very spotty scattered showers even out in the pacific starting to make its way inland primarily impacting those of you in the north bay. but it's a storm to the north that is going to need to give us some much needed widespread showers mainly during the overnight hours. so let's track this hour by hour. we are going to notice the showers mainly tight just above santa rosa throughout this evening. but then a line, a pretty moderate to heavy downpours during the overnight hours. friday morning at 3 o'clock. don't be surprised if you wake up to the heavy rain, specifically those of you in the north bay and the bay area coastline that storm track starting to shift to the east. so then it's going to try to make its way out of the san francisco peninsula bringing some pretty heavy downpours wouldn't be surprised if we actually get some hail embedded within the cells specifically in the east bay by around 5 o'clock for your
friday morning. this is going to wreak havoc on your friday morning commute. so plan ahead, please. drive safely widespread light showers starting to make its way into the south and then by 6.30 for your friday morning. still going to notice some pockets of pretty heavy downpours as that storm becomes more widespread from the north bay into the south bay by around 7 o'clock starting to dry out in the north bay in san francisco peninsula as that storm starts to shift by 8 o'clock in the morning into our east bay, valleys and south bay until it completely exits by mid morning around 9.10, o'clock. but expect heavy ponding if any gusty winds. do form as well. just make sure to drive safely. we are tracking anywhere for about a quarter of an inch upwards of an inch of rain, highest amounts. for those of you in santa rosa with an atmospheric river. our 3rd strongest storm of the week. arriving sunday night through monday. back to you. just seen. thanks so much for bruce. a. and the change. some weekend plans after seeing that now for your health. when
the pandemic hit mammogram screenings were delayed across bellow reports for us right now. doctors at sutter health are hoping that new technology. we'll get even more women examined. >> a few moments of discomfort that could save your life. >> taking south for my sister is a cancer survivor. and every year not require necessarily, but. requested that i do every >> lissa gunned run is a patient at sutter cpm sees center for women's health care on wednesday. she received a 3 d mammogram kind of goes around you when you're in the mammogram machine. and so it gets all of these different views and kind of put together this 3 d image of your. so it's really great at seeing through tissue better than standard. 2 d mammograms. the
technology is the new standard for all patients at sutter's health center. >> co-director of the center. doctor and pellet is hoping after a year where 31% of women either delayed or missed their mammograms that screening rates will continue to rebound really? understandably, a lot of people have put off. >> preventive measures and things like mammograms and other cancer screenings 75% of women who were diagnosed with cancer in the last 6 months of 2020 had annual screening mammogram tests delayed due to the pandemic. and we know that coming in earlier for mammograms leads to earlier detection and less treatment and hopefully better outcomes. so we're really encouraging people to come in and not delay their screening. women should begin annual screening mammograms at age 40. >> but if you have family history or other risk factors like dense. one might be necessary sooner. maybe the difference between finding a cancer when stage 0 or maybe
you just need surgery or possibly radiation to moving into stage one or stage 2 or you might need chemotherapy in addition, the surgery radiation doctor pellet is a cancer survivor herself diagnosed at age 37 after finding a lump at home when it had gone away in 2 weeks. i went and got a biopsy and was stunned to find that it was invasive cancer. she's almost 4 years out now and hopes by sharing her story. it will encourage all women regardless of age to self check their and see their doctor if they find a lot of people worry about what's going to happen if you get diagnosed with cancer. >> we know if you're treated early should do really well in san francisco. noelle bellow kron 4 news. now following her diagnosis doctor and created a new stephanie procedure for women diagnosed with cancer. >> we'll be right back after a >> we'll be right back after a quick before treating your chronic migraine, 15 or more headache days a month each lasting 4 hours or more, you're not the only one with questions about botox®. botox® prevents headaches in adults with chronic migraine
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starting at 8 quickly now. one last check of the forecast with the brea says she's taking a look at the radar. yeah. we're tracking spotty scattered showers tonight. justine and snow showers arriving in the sierra by friday morning up to 4 inches of snow. >> and we could see anywhere from a quarter of an inch to upwards of an inch of rain from now through our friday morning because we are tracking heavy downpours in pockets of rain impacting your friday morning commute by 9 o'clock. it starts to exit back to justine. thank you so much risa. there's been a lot we've gone over today during conference at 3 o'clock today. so thank you so much for joining us. i'm justine joining us. i'm justine waldman. see you tomorrow. watch this. can i please get the cheddar loaded cheeseburger combo? wait, i know that voice... (smug laugh) danny palumbo? from high school?! no, it's jack. try my $5.99 cheddar loaded cheeseburger combo with cheese 3 ways. -hi mommy! -hi honey! try my $5.99 cheddar loadoh i missed you!combo
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