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now, this is a different type of fog. this is not our typical advection fog kind of thing. this is more radiation fog because of all of the surface moisture, the disk. it's trapped and it produces this fog and low lying valleys and so forth. so early tomorrow morning. keep that in mind as well. so as we go forward with the longer range forecast models for us. another opportunity for rain. late in the week. as you can see, we take a breather early in the weekend and then by sunday into monday, the model started decoupling from what they think on this. but it's somewhat agreement. there's going to be these hits as we get into sunday monday in a tuesday. notice the mountain snows being kind of note noted there up in the sierra little bit and then maybe perhaps a break in to the finish of next week. but definitely that's the kind of systems we need not just all once 67 san francisco, the 4 zone forecast lower to middle 60's at the coast will do some lower 60's also along the bay side popping to some lower 70's as we head south. that also is very contingent on how much clearing we get through all of this, 72 for san jose 69 milpitas east bay shoreline
near 7070 or so for tri valley, 69 for walnut creek and concord looks like 67 for berkeley 66 hercules 67 67 for napa and santa rosa at 68 in that seven-day forecast. this doesn't cover course the 10 days and so forth. that's coming up. but we do have another hit for thursday and then maybe more showers as we get into monday. pam. >> all right. thank you, dave. and kron 4 can help you stay up to date on the latest to weather in your neighborhood. use the camera on your phone to scan this qr code it will take you to download the kron 4 mobile app there you'll find current conditions live radar and the latest forecasts. well, today the u.s. supreme court took up to challenges to that texas abortion law that controversial law effectively bans the procedure after 6 weeks of pregnancy. but today's cases focus on whether the texas laws design is constitutional. not the actual right to have an abortion.
>> kron four's, washington correspondent anna wiernicki has more from the supreme court. >> good evening. it's been 2 months since the texas mall went into effect in today. the justices are considering the constitutionality of the right to an abortion. but rather how that texas law is structured. >> hundreds of pro-life and pro-choice. protesters gathered outside the supreme court on monday. this is a really crucial moment. jamie manson with catholics for pro choice says the high court's ruling could set the tone for future cases on abortion rights. you have a disproportionately supreme court. >> 6 of 9 justices are catholic and of those 6, 5, are very, very right wing conservative catholic. the justices will decide the fate of the texas law which bans abortions after about 6 weeks of pregnancy. >> and is enforced through civil lawsuits against anyone who helps a person get an abortion us solicitor general elizabeth prelogar argued that no constitutional right is safe. if the justices allowed
the texas law to stand our constitutional guarantees can not be that fragile and the supremacy of federal law cannot be that easily subject to manipulation. texas solicitor general judge stone defended the law saying the abortion providers are suing the wrong people since the law is enforced by private citizens, not the state, but that defense met some resistance from even the conservative justices like brett kavanaugh. there's a loophole that's been exploited >> were used here. something mark herring with the center for reproductive rights says he was happy to hear we confident we're pleased with, as i said, several of the had serious concerns with what texas is doing here. >> and the texas law will remain in effect until the supreme court issues, its decision for now in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you. >> california senator alex padilla tweeted out this message about the texas law saying, quote, texas is extreme abortion ban is cruel, dangerous and blatantly unconstitutional. that's why
supreme court must block it and let's be clear. roe v wade is the law of the land and we must ensure it stays that way by passing the women's health protection act. >> at the same time, president joe biden announced new initiatives. he wants the united states to take in order to combat climate change. the president said his build back better framework would mean more investment in clean energy. he says that will allow americans to save on their own energy bills with tax credits for things like installing solar panels and whether rising their homes. he says lowering energy prices will also deliver cleaner air and water for our children. he said these commitments but also be a boon for business. >> i talked to american people about climate change. i tell him it's about jobs. it's about workers will like thousands of miles of transmission lines of clean modern resilient power grid. the auto workers to build the next generation of electric vehicles electrician to install a nationwide network
of 500,000 vehicles stations to power them throughout my country. >> the president also apologized for former president trump pulling the united states out of the paris climate agreement representatives from about 130 countries out at the summit to talk about what their nations are doing to fight climate change. >> a student brought a pellet gun to school in pinole putting a campus air on temporary lockdown. that's according to police. police say the incident was reported just before 9 o'clock this morning at 10 or middle school officers responding school off cials detained the student and found a pellet gun in his backpack. nobody was injured. in the south bay. police in san jose are investigating a deadly shooting that happened on great oaks parkway in the cities in ville neighborhood on sunday, police have not released any information about the shooter or the victim. but this is san jose's 29th homicide of the year. >> police in pacifica searching for a suspect in a hit and run the incident
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>> welcome back to kron. 4 news at 6. let's get another check of our 4 zone forecast as we give you a live look at the transamerica period building in downtown having trouble. that's a pretty shot. even with all the clouds behind his day with the pam and can. we're looking at pretty good shot there is. you can see not a whole lot way of fog. but i suspect some fog will develop this shot coming in from uc berkeley and you can see it's all settled in the east bay shoreline not likely to improve for most of tonight and agree to us by tomorrow morning over the next 3 hours. we'll keep an a little shot of a spurt of rain in there. but mostly light rain showers and drizzle is what you can expect with some fog developing by later tonight but the radar in the satellite into motion knows that cloud cover is going to be quite pesky all day for tomorrow. it looks like. but for tonight, that fog developing again, as we start to lose the daytime energy heat and the dew point, the temperature close to each other. and if that wasn't enough, we're going to start to lose some of these winds that also allows fog to really settle and some of those
valleys, for example, right now. and when tracker have a good clip there you can see are in the teens, but we lose that in the next 4 hours or so, ultimately lows tonight will settle in the upper 50's. however, tomorrow's highs might scratching around 70 or 71 in some locations. so breaking things down for you as we go forward. now rain and some showers going on early. then we get a break on tuesday and for much of the balance of wednesday looks like as well. then another system quick moving on wednesday night through thursday and then we're looking for the weekend. it's sunday night on word that a new series of storms comes our way. this is a quick check of your 7 year 7 day forecast, rain kind of jumps in and out. but more earnest, kind of sticks around from sunday on into early the following week ken and pam, thank you california is seeing a drop in population growth for the first time since 1998. but that does not necessarily mean that people have stopped moving here, data analysis company stacker has compiled a list of the states where most
of the people are coming from. here's a look at the top 3. >> coming in at number 3, the state of washington, more than 31,000 people move from washington to california in 2019. number 2, the state of texas. more than 37,000 people moved from texas and texas also happens to be the most common destinations for californians who are leaving here. so we just raining off, i guess the new york is the number one state sending people to california more than 37,500 people moved here from new york in 2000, 19. >> but not as many californians are making the move to the big apple. it is the 8th most to come and estimation from california. according to stacker. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> the forty-niners needed yesterday's win against the bears in the worst last probably would have meant a loss season. but now out slowly build back up all around the team also got some good news today. george kittle, jeff wilson and robbie
gold are all slated to return to practice this week. jimmie ward will likely be out a few weeks, but you have to take the good with the bad now i mention morales second ago, kyle shanahan had someone to talk to the team on saturday night to help that morale heading into the game. general manager john lynch and it seemed like it worked. >> i wasn't thinking about all the stuff that we got through the weekend. i thought to be great just to hear different perspective. john does a great job. we talked to the guys time you can have a guy that the general manager talked also the hall of famer who played the way did i i think it goes a long way and just getting him out there that addressed every player, every position and stuff. what he thought about real of the bunch of people. the good and the bad boy. they are talking to fire to stop it got a lot of perspectives i have to do it, hoping it would be was even better than expected. >> i wish i was a fly on the wall for that. john lynch was a menace out there on the
field in his playing days. now, the dubs, they were back on the practice court today after a blowout win on saturday night and like the niners, the warriors will get one of their players back on the practice court this week. the team announced that center james wiseman has been cleared to practice his timetable for game action is still to be determined wiseman underwent meniscus surgery in mid april. he took part in team drills. but he did not scrimmage. he said the training staff is monitoring how his knee responds before giving him the full go wiseman also said that he's game 7 to 10 pounds of muscle during the offseason and that he feels much more comfortable compared to his rookie year when asked about the possibility of playing in santa cruz for the warriors g league affiliate. he said he'd be all in. >> i want to go down there so i just sharp physically mentally game. eric. so just like happens within that time. and i mean i'm down for whatever just going take day
by just get stronger. get looking at the planes watching observer. today was my first day out there for practice. so i enjoy my so. and i'm not just going get back track. >> out of the big 4 for the warriors to get him back and then eventually klay thompson and then same thing for the forty-niners a healthy george kill makes them. great news on the injury front for those 2 teams today. all right. thank you, jason. thanks, jason. you, jason. thanks, jason. we'll be right back. i was injured in a car crash. you, jason. thanks, jason. we'll be right back. i had no idea how much my case was worth. i called the barnes firm. when a truck hit my son, i had so many questions about his case. i called the barnes firm. it was the best call i could've made. your case is often worth more than insurance offers. call the barnes firm to find out what your case could be worth. we will help get you the best result possible. ♪ the barnes firm, injury attorneys ♪
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but our here, we are just getting started. wrap up tonight, we want to get one more check of the radar to see where the rain is still coming down right now. and you see a lot of it is passed to the coast. >> and is working its way inland, particularly at the southern end of alameda county and the milpitas union city fremont area. there on the screen and it's moving east toward the sea air and maybe they'll get a warm storm, but maybe we'll get a few inches of snow in the sierra pam. >> all right. well, happening now, the u.s. capitol christmas tree is in the bay area. this is a picture as it crossed the golden gate bridge this morning. the tree is playfully named sugar bear. it was on display in vallejo this afternoon and is now heading to dixon as it tours the u.s. on its way to washington, dc the christmas tree is an 84 foot white fir from the 6 rivers national far sets and willow creek. this is the first time in a decade that
the capitol christmas tree has come from california. it is set to arrive in washington, dc on november. the 19th. a happy reunion for some firefighters in sunnyvale. take a look at this here they are with baby nile just over a week ago public safety officers sprayberry and solano responded to a call of a woman in labor. they had planned to take her to the hospital, but maybe nile was not going to wait that long. so the firefighters helped with the delivery and stayed with the mother until the paramedics arrived this weekend. they were able to see baby nile her big sister of maybe us 90 a big sister and the parents are all doing well. on this state back in 1512, catholics got their first glance. it the michelangelo's masterpiece, the ceiling of the sistine chapel took the artist years to complete. >> the vast complex and world famous biblical fresco in the heart of the vatican.
>> and this should come as no surprise to parents a new survey shows about 8 out of 10 children between the age of 3.15 eat all of their halloween candy, in just a week. >> had one in 4 will eat all of that. candy, in just the next 2 days. the survey also found that mothers and fathers eat about 6 pieces of candy before halloween is even over. a 7 year-old from sacramento battling leukemia got his wish. granted to meet santa claus. thanks to the make a wish foundation and all started this morning when the boy named pastor and his family took a limousine macy's, which had been transformed into santas workshop. >> pastor and with shopping for christmas ornaments. they took a ride and santa's sleigh to the golden one center and there pastor fed reindeer and open presents with his family and early christmas, one that he was wishing for this for a long time and then had to
battle leukemia. he won the battle and his strong kid. you know, he was he kept telling me uncle uncle is going to see their friends. >> santa and pastor also got to hamburgers together, which is pastors. favorite meal. it's a good look at santa. take a look at these raccoons. they may not know how to carve a pumpkin, but they know how to enjoy one for a snack lake tahoe. wildlife care shared this video of the animal celebrating fall in their very special way. the wildlife care center helps rescue and rehabilitate animals such as. >> raccoons, even there. and then they release him back into the wild when they're healed up and ready to go. a traffic camera in brazil recently captured more than just the road conditions. you can see he playfully photobombed. it's apparent deciding to play areas. peek-a-boo on the camera. gave the highway management company good laugh. the byrd repeatedly dropped in checking things out. looks right into the camera. it's almost like a news. somebody was watching. he wanted to. take a peek.
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