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wednesday. i'm darya and i'm james midway. through the week. we've got a nice little break from the rain today to enjoy here it comes back later tonight we asked what time will that be. john, after midnight so we're all pretty safe for most of the day today. even if you are a night owl hopefully are in bed by midnight tonight. >> we are going to be seeing a beautiful day ahead of us ahead of that rain this evening. so get out there and enjoy our warmest of this forecast and some really clear skies already for a lot of us just look at this view of the golden gate bridge in marin county up there in the distance. clear enough that you can see all the way up into san pablo bay, not so much for areas further south in the bay, including the san mateo coastline. then the salinas valley once you get south of gilroy where we actually do have some dense fog advisories. so please be mindful of those pockets of fog, especially south of san jose and right around half moon bay 40's and 50's for current temperatures below a home napa petaluma santa rosa, as well as half moon bay. some of our colder spots only in
the 40's. so bundle up this morning and look forward to the sunshine later on reyna. john, thanks to that. okay. we do have some accidents out there like this one out in milpitas right now southbound 8.80, at the great mall traveling in that area. u're i- >> could be a good alternate if you're maybe trying to get around those delays that were seen heading into the city this morning, a little under 20 through the nuts traffic picking up there to get to that fremont street exit. 5, 8018 moving along pretty nicely to berkeley as you're traveling along past emeryville also headed a cross towards the peninsula. little under 60 minutes for you to make that drive time today and highway forced pretty slow traveling from one 60 conquer to 42 a little under 15 minutes. here's the slowdown we're seeing traveling crockett down towards the maze a little under 27 minutes. darya james, back to you. thanks a lot of 71 and our top story, pfizer's covid vaccines for kids is on the way. you can see video of them boxing of doses and ship him out. yeah. the cdc approved the use of the vaccine yesterday for
kids ages 5 to 11 in the bay area is ready to receive them. kron 4. sarah stinson effect. >> live up in marin county with what they're doing this morning. hey, sarah. >> cameron county ready to go with the clinic here for vaccines. now they can hand out doses to children ages 5 years old. will 11 years old. this is big for them and they were ready for this. the starting saturday. you can bring your kids here to northgate mall and that is going to be a great place to do so. i mean, imagine you're trying to, you know, ease the thought for your kids and getting the vaccine while you can kind of sway them by saying let's get an ice cream. maybe we can get toy watch a movie here, so many things that northeast you can do to kind ease the pain of the shot. but as we all know, if you've been vaccinated not so bad. it's not so bad but the county ready to go. the fda first approved the pfizer vaccine for kids last week. then yesterday a cdc advisory
committee approved it after hours of discussions and public comment visors trials were heavily reviewed and showed success with its pediatric doses made 91% effective. the director of the cdc, good final approval later afternoon, late afternoon calling it a monumental moment now be able to give 28 million youngsters protection against covid-19 and its variants. pfizer already starting to ship out. millions of pediatric shots across the country and of course, right here to the bay area. >> a lot of parents have been. anxiously awaiting for this to get their kids that shot in the arm so that they can have the same protection as them, especially as they are in school now other parents are worried about the vaccine still be advisory committee yesterday said that they encourage parents who are weary to ask those questions, get all the information you want. get educated. the cdc says the risk from getting
covid heavily outweighs any risk from getting the vaccine. kids will be given 2 shots. >> 3 weeks apart in the doses that they will be giving are about a 3rd of the strength that we all got as adults or 12 years and older. so. >> this is all starting to happen in marin county here at on saturday will be running tuesday through saturday and there's other locations. those well, this is just the first one opening that the county health department told me about when chad yesterday still waiting to see the exact time. they're going. >> come out and do this interview with me. but i will ask all the questions a post on twitter. so you can comment on my post with any questions you may have for now reporting live in northgate sarah stinson, back to you. >> all righte thank you very much. sara and new this morning. we've just learned the walgreens is going to start getting the covid shots to kids starting saturday. you can schedule an appointment today so you can get in there and get that schedule so you can get on the books for
saturday. more appointment times will be made available in the coming weeks as they get more doses of the kids vaccines. and san francisco is going to start vaccinating kids on saturday as well. those vaccines are going to be available to 100 sites, not just pharmacies. doctors offices, community health clinics neighborhood school vaccine clinics and the san francisco district. the school district's going host for clinics as well. we have all those dates and times and locations listed on kron 4 dot com. so if this isn't long enough for you to look at the screen and you're looking for something more specific or a different area. we've got it. all right. there. in the east bay contra, costa county health officials are going to hold a town hall tomorrow to talk about the plan for vaccinating kids. they're they're thinking as early as saturday. they'll be ready to have county run clinics for kids. they say that you can also contact your doctor, your local pharmacy to see what is best for you.
>> let's head to sonoma county now where vaccine clinics are going to be set up at schools. the county has about 37,000 kids now in this new age group that has been approved for the vaccine and they've set a goal of getting 70% of those kids vaccinated by the end of february. and we have much more on all the bay area counties now on our website, kron 4 dot com. so make sure you check that out. meanwhile, coming up at 7.30, we're going to have a live report from santa clara county where officials there could actually start putting shots into the arms of soon as today. so we'll travel join us with that. meanwhile, we do have some breaking overnight news out of the south bay to tell you about. police are investigating 2 fatal car crashes in san jose. the most recent happened just before 6 o'clock this morning, a truck apparently hit a motorcyclist in the area of north 10th street and commercial street. the rider of the motorcycle died at the scene. the police say this morning the commute will be impacted. so you should probably consider using alternate routes until their investigation is concluded.
meanwhile, the first crash happened just before midnight. that was near the intersection of campbell avenue and prospect road a car crashed into a tree. one person died. police haven't released any other information about what happened. >> time now. 7. '06, and new this morning, walnut creek has a new law that bans the sale of flavored tobacco and vaping products. yeah. their hope is to protect. >> kids who have become victim to a lot of vaping kron four's, camila barco live for us in walnut creek with more on that below. >> yeah. good morning. you guys. so and like you guys said this is about protecting the kids. the city's mayor tells me that he found. >> vaping is the number one problem in middle and high schools. >> and it was about time that the change that now the idea came after the mount diablo school district and the county or city leaders to enact a ban on vaping products. city council for their request and unanimously passed the ban of selling flavored tobacco and electronic smoking devices
within city limits. >> according to the mayor, a state tobacco survey found 92% of students using tobacco reported using a flavored product during the meeting. staff also reported nearly 9 out of every 10 adult smokers, try smoking by the age of 18. here's what the city mayor had to say. >> this is absolutely a gateway into using using tobacco and we hear about flavored vapes like bubble gum and watermelon blue raz. these are not meant to weed off of tobacco. these are meant to start children into smoking and vaping. and this is something that we looked at with with the the result of her found. we just have to do something to protect our youths. >> now in 2019 contra, costa county enacted its own ban to not allow the sale of flavored vaping products and electronic devices that ordinance only covers the county's unincorporated areas. walnut
creek span is more restrictive than federal and state laws. however, there are exceptions for adults. only >> at tobacco business is now. like i said, this was unanimously passed. it happened last night. however, the ban goes into effect 5 months. and this will give businesses time to understand and comply with the new rules james, back to you. all right. thanks a lot of camilla. >> 79 is the time and in the east bay, there's another measure to protect children. this one from guns. the city of pleasanton approves an ordinance requiring gun owners to keep their guns in a locked container or keep a trigger lock on them. the goal to keep kids from getting their hands on guns. according to one study one-half of gun owners don't lock up their guns and another report showed that there were more than a 350 unintentional shootings by children in 2020 other bay area. cities have already enacted similar ordinances including palo alto and san jose.
>> happening today, the man accused of a deadly shooting in gilroy will be arraigned in court today. benjamin calderon was arrested on saturday after a shooting earlier that morning at a halloween party. the shooting happened at the home of the gilroy city council member. police say they were called after a fight broke out and then shots were fired. 4 people were injured. one of them later died from their injuries. >> time now is 7.10, and another big story. the las vegas raiders have released wide receiver henry ruggs, the 3rd from their roster and he now faces multiple felony charges following a 2 car crash in las vegas. it was a fiery crash a woman died in it. and here's our pictures of the scene. police say ruggs car a corvette rear ended another car and then both of them burst into flames. >> by the time or i officers arrived on scene. investigators say that ruggs appeared to be impaired when they talk to him, the raiders drafted him back in 2020 in the first round. his attorneys have released a statement. and
here's a portion of it will put it on the screen. it says in part, quote, on behalf of our client henry ruggs, the 3rd. we are conducting our own investigation of this. as of this writing and ask everyone to reserve judgment until all of the facts are gathered. >> it's 7.10. and still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news, a father. >> is shot in his own home and he was holding his baby at the time. the family is thinking it might have been a hate crime. plus, a new budget plan unveiled for san francisco schools that might involve lots of cuts that affect kids and teachers will see what they think of that. >> and a little bit of fog forming around sfo right now. it doesn't look like it's holding things up there. too much temperatures later on today will be in the 70's for a lot of us under some sunny skies. then tonight rainfall arrives. your forecast is ahead. >> and we do have some problem areas on our highways out there this morning. we're keeping a close eye on your drive times. we'll have a look at that once we get back from break.
>> 7.14 right now. and i'm kind of excited about the little break we get today with sunshine. yeah. effort for the entire day. as a matter of fact, the next rain, i think john was saying doesn't arrive to left to go to bed. so that's good news for you. you can hit the honey. do list still stuff to do surely it couldn't and so many cup stop coming out what he had to do.
well, there's some decorations we need to get in and now is decoration timed. well, yeah, the goal halloween stuff off the lawn and all right. everything else will keep that out. don't be >> morning joe. you do the nightmare before christmas theme and just leave the halloween stuff out at some christmas stuff to there you go. it's a little spooky festive. >> it is going to be a nice day to get some stuff done. maybe it is the day to take down the halloween decorations. and if you do have plans to do so. today is certainly going to be a good day to do it. viewing outside this morning from berkeley hills cam things or glow went out there under the clear skies that we do have about to see the sun rising over the horizon. and for most of us, it's going to be a nice bright morning. there are spots of fog along the coastline south of gilroy in the u.s. linas valley as well as some fog having formed right along the bay shore this morning rainfall still sitting well out of the region that is eventually going to make its where direction after midnight tonight. so really today is
going to be a dry and our warmest of the forecast tonight, we will see that brief resurgence of rainfall. it scoots in quickly and pushes out really quickly, too. most of the north bay is going to see the most significant of the rainfall you head south of the golden gate and a little less substantial of totals. you can see that most areas may not even see a 10th of an inch of rainfall, especially the south bay in the inland east bay north of the golden gate though, sandra fell as well as santa rosa each achieving around a quarter of an inch of rain. so a brief round of it. nothing like what we're about to see into the start of next week which is going to offer up much greater totals. as for today it is a nice one. 60's 70's for daytime highs. really good day to be stepping outside especially considering that the numbers you're seeing in your 4 zone forecast today are going to be much warmer than any day ahead of us is after this. so if you like the warmth, if you like the 70's, especially today is one to savor. get out there. do the extra long dog walk whatever you want to do to enjoy it. maybe it is taking care of that. honey, do list before
things do get a little cooler. not too bad, but cooler for the rest of the forecast after 70's today. it's either 60's or 50's for daytime highs morning. showers before the sun comes up tomorrow and the rest of your thursday looks really good as well. friday and saturday, too. don't forget to adjust those clocks back an hour as 02:00am sunday morning, we will be falling back monday and tuesday of next week. we see another atmospheric river likely to be taking shape across the taking shape across the region. that i result in some widespread heavier rainfall will pack the punch that are last one did. it's not looking likely, but this is going to be a good rain just around the corner. reyna great john, as we definitely do need water out there. so we do have a hot spot. this is in milpitas. >> southbound 8.80 right here at 2.37 west. so you are starting to see delays. it's a hot spot because at least 2 lanes are currently blocked there. a good alternate would be right adjacent to that. topple ron 6.80, and the south bay san jose got another accident southbound to a 17
south just south of that there looks like they've been able clear this accident off of the highway in the past 3 minutes. so that's some good news heading into the city right now we have a traffic as are 80 westbound on the bridge there. so we are seeing drive times go up a little under 28 minutes as you're heading into the city and we're starting to slow down along the san mateo bridge llc accidents are hazards. but i do see some slowing along one. oh, one. so that could be what's stopping traffic and slowing things down about 17 minutes heading across towards the peninsula and almost 50 minutes for you here. if you're traveling one, 16 antioch towards conquer to 42 dorian james, back to you. thank you. ray. 7.18 and for your money. small turkeys could be hard to find this have, of course, others and where san francisco rank for spending for the holidays. jane king is live at nasdaq with those stories and more. but that the hands were important. kids are tiny. >> well, everybody has their own cornish
>> so san francisco ranks 8th best warm weather city to spend the holidays. so well have says the city is just really great for holiday things and attractions. but it did break lower on the cost san jose. by the way, 11th best on this list. welcome based clorox make plans more price hikes as transportation and commodity costs rise clorox currently evaluating whether to implement an additional price increase on its glad line of products. and that's due to hurricane ida it disrupted the resin production in the gulf of mexico. so that's been delayed and residents use to make those trash bags and walmart holding a supply chain national hiring event this week. it will be today and tomorrow in numerous states locations. so they're looking for things like equipment operators, repair technicians, freight handlers order fillers are trying to at least as much as they can control the speed of the supply chain. the average wait a way, just $20.37. per hour
and butterball ceo says small turkeys for thanksgiving will be harder to find. he also noted that it's reasonable to expect price increases on turkey's the did say if you're really want to turkey, you may want to go to the store quickly get. you can always freeze it live from the nasdaq. i'm jane back to you. can thinking about you sharing us sharing a cornish hen that people >> 7.20, is the time the san francisco unified school district is facing as we know, 125 billion dollar budget shortfall for the million dollars shortfall for the next school year. but now the district has a plan to fix that problem and to avoid a possible takeover by the state. so here's a look at what they're proposing. firstly. they want to cut 50 million dollars in funding for individual schools. 10 million dollars will be cut from student services programs administration in operation services will be cut by an additional 20 million dollars
and nearly 400 jobs will be slashed. the union representing teachers and staff believes that there are other places the district could cut from first before impacting students and teachers talking about for men. >> from levels of administration and management. that may be are directly impacting students at this moment, perhaps special projects that can be paused until such a time as grants can be found to us and that cuts to schools or schools having to make the decisions around which position to cut only exacerbates the trauma that we've been through. >> yeah. the state of california has offered 3 a 30 million dollars in grants to try and help offset the district over the next 6 weeks. there will be public hearings on the matter. so you'll have a chance to voice your concerns. a final plan has to be submitted to the state, though, by december 15th. >> it's 7.21, and there's a new effort to make high traffic areas in san francisco. safer. these ambassadors that you see here all dressed like they're going
to be walking the streets. they have bright clothing and their march for a reason because they'll answer questions provide directions or any other systems they can for you san francisco mayor london breed says that she is hoping the ambassadors. we'll help make visitors feel welcome. some of the folks who are here that are out on the streets that enjoy this work and what they're doing. >> and that want to help people. because that's going to make all the difference in everyone's experience. >> 50 ambassadors are going to be deployed in key downtown locations like around union square chinatown, fisherman's wharf. they will be on duty from 08:00am to 08:00pm. after the break. >> sideshows taking over some streets in san jose on halloween night. we'll tell you why people in the area are upset with the i was going to say police response. but how about lack of police response will explain.
break out in san jose. a neighbor that we spoke with said that this illegal event went on for hours and hours and they became concerned. >> when they at no point saw police show up. so we talked to the police department about it may tell us they just didn't have enough officers. >> it was a very busy saturday night. we can't send 2 police cars to deal with the sideshow of this size here you have something the cops didn't show up. >> legitimately they're understaffed for a city of a million people that 800 cups is crazy. you know, going 60 miles an hour down a residential block with people standing on both walk mourners. >> they're lucky that something didn't happen. >> amazing that they said we cannot send 2 police cars to center they didn't send any. now, obviously that's not sitting well with community members but the police were worried. they said, you know, events like this, they don't know if they're going to be people that are armed. they don't know what kind of situation they're sending officers into. so. >> they're erring on the side of but not safe not safe. now, will.
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grays. san francisco international airport. you can well, usually expect delays like that. but if i think today's going to be okay. all of you have visibilities down can see sembrano not behind it. we've got john in the weather center. taking a look at our forecast. good news, though, john is there's there's no rain out there, right. yeah, definitely. no rain. just some dense fog having formed, especially right in the interior. the bay. >> then right along the coastline, pockets of it. so it's not everywhere. in fact, a lot of our usual suspects for being a foggy morning are actually some are clear spots right now. >> a prime example of that. the golden gate bridge. look at this. it is nice and clear out there. the golden gate rather from half moon bay down the coast and from sfo down to mountain view san jose hayward. we are seeing some areas of fog. also dense fog points in our valley locations. so watch out for those areas of low visibility. we started the morning clear than we are right now is that fog has really settled in as we progress through the mid morning. now skies otherwise are going to be nice and
clear. so once the fog does burn off. we are in for a beautiful on this afternoon. current temperatures are cool in the 50's for most of us. a few 40's in the north bay. so bundle up this morning prepare for some lower visibility. look for afternoon sunshine and then prepare for overnight rainfall. i've got it all for you and your full forecast ahead right john, thanks for that, ok, so we do have a hot spot in the south bay. this is in milpitas. >> southbound 8.80, at 2.37 west just west of that. 2 lanes here currently blocked. so 6.80, would be a good alternate if maybe you're trying to get around that delay this morning. we also have an accident along 8.80. this is at west henson. so if you're traveling on the northbound side here piece to 37. to san leandro to 38. it will be a little under 24 minutes for you to make that drive this morning. also headed into the city about 25 minutes. we had a traffic hazard on the bay bridge not too long ago. looks like they've been able to remove that acts and off the bridge. but you still have drive times have gone up a little bit, but 5 minutes or so heading across
to war center fail via the richmond sandra fell bridge under 16 and check in now. our 05:00am 80 years. pretty slow traveling crockett down to the maze a little under 25 minutes. darya james, back to you. thanks a lot right. it's 7.31. and back to the top story which is the covid shots for kids are here. yes. between 5.11 years old. in fact, in santa clara county. >> they've got it together enough that they're going to start delivering those shots to little kids as soon as today. kron four's will tran live out there with the details. good morning. well, and some great tips on how to get it. so shots. i will. >> yeah. you like this. hey. what's that little tiny bone put it right into their arms about that. i don't know. i've never given a child. the shot, i guess you can best thing. you can do is apparent is the hold their hand and say it's going to be ok and you promise them a happy meal after it's over some kind of toy speaking of tours. that's what they're bringing to the santa clara county fairgrounds. they've been giving vaccinations to
adults for quite some time. but this is a new population. 5.11 years old and the 5 to 6 to 7 year-olds could be terrified. that's why they have train the nurses to be more patient. gentler. i'm sure they're good to go already. but just a reminder that little james out there could be scared. so be patient with them. the goal is to get about a 1000 vaccinations for those children every day between 5.11 years old. that age group. that's about 55,000 people in santa clara county. 3 million altogether in california. they have been bracing for this day. i mean, let's face it. it's the worst kept secret right, guys. they probably knew it was going to happen. so they all hustled in place. they already have the numbers, meaning they believe that if 55%. of that age group between 5.11 years old that they get their vaccination that could start to a herd immunity going. i am here. it should start in about an hour from now. i'll try to find out
and get reaction from parents. i know they're very excited about it. some parents they're scared. but. >> not as scared as covid-19 care for their child, of course, to get that vaccine into the arms as far as the shot itself. but don't worry, james and darya. if you're at home with the viewers. i can tell you this is tony road right down the street. there's a mcdonald's take them. >> get their happy meal and they'll be good to go. i mean, you can almost throw me off a ladder. if you promise me a chicken nuggets makes everything and i know you're kidding. but i do think that's a great idea because the kids start crying before they even get the shot. right. so you get him off guard. there you go. thank you. well. going all right. happening today. here's another big important story for you to because we have state leaders. they're going to be today to try to fix the shipping problems that have. >> then delaying your orders, making it more expensive. we've seen this a big problem here in recent weeks there will be holding a joint hearing up at the state capitol to talk about the congestion problems we're
seeing in those southern california ports and how to fix it may be the port of oakland could help out hearing the hair is g-ing to start about 9.30 this morning. we'll let you know what they decide. hopefully we get that stuff cleared out. >> in the east bay. a father is going to have a second shot in the face on saturday while he was inside his house, holding his new infant and shots rang luckily the baby wasn't hit and is okay, but the family is really shaken. >> somebody drove up and fired over 10 rounds into our house. and one of those hit him in the face. >> the shooting happened saturday night on peralta street is where they live and the victim's husband wants the family to remain anonymous. the oakland police department hasn't said whether they think it might be a hate crime. they're just investigating. but the victim's husband believes that it should be. >> we're a couple kids. i you
know, i immediately i that's kind of where i jumped to because you know what we do live in the bay area. there are people who are. so not very supportive. >> and the baby is going to be ok. the couple has been together for 16 years and they are just pulling for the recovery of fat husband. >> 2 pittsburgh residents accused in a murder that spans multiple northern california counties appeared in a fairfield courtroom. jessica and mark o contentnea didn't enter pleas in the murder of a lonnie. both champ the investigation into her death is still ongoing. but officials accuse jessica contentnea of killing ship just as brother marko faces charges of accessory to murder and a parole violation. we've also learned that won parra peralta and airman out of travis air force base may not face charges after all, but he was also arrested on suspicion of accessory to murder the chief deputy da says that he may be considered more of a witness that a suspect. was
reported missing saturday night after leaving a halloween party in sacramento with 2 men that police identified as active duty air force members. police say she was killed in fairfield that her body was found sunday in monterey county. for the second time in the history of the san francisco police department and on duty officer is now being charged with homicide. that's according to san francisco's district attorney takes up a teen and this is body camera footage showing that shooting that happened back in 2017 and it shows when officer kenneth cha opened fire on shawn moore after responding to a noise complaint. moore was not armed at the time that he was shot and he died nearly 3 years after this incident, the corner ultimately ruling it. a homicide. the san francisco police officers association has released a statement defending officer tran-actions. they say that they support chau's right to defend himself against the charges that stem from the shooting.
>> in the south bay, campbell, police say that one man was arrested in connection with a deadly shooting that happened around 11 o'clock in the morning yesterday near the corner of sunny oaks avenue and south winchester boulevard. that's where police found a man who had been shot and she was taken to the hospital. he later ended up dying at the hospital. police say that a tip from a witness is what led them to find and arrest the suspected shooter. >> with uc hastings law school wants to change its name because the founder sponsored massacres of native americans back in the 1850's. the board of directors voted last night to work with the state to remove the name and change it. the college was founded back in 1978. but historians say that the founder a hastings orchestrated campaigns that killed 300 native americans in mendocino county. a graduate of uc hastings law school of included the likes of vice president kamala harris and former san francisco mayor willie brown. we'll keep you updated on the story and let you know what they decide to
change the name to. we'll take a break. 7.38. is the time. coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news leaders from california are getting ready to head to scotland will tell you why they say the climate change summit there. >> can help them address issues right back here in california and the warriors they're back in action tonight. another home game to tell you about. we're going to hear from one of the players about the matchup tonight. and after the break, pga paying out a large amount of money for the role that it played in the contained fire 2 years ago and now they could lose even more money because of the dixie fire this year. we'll tell you about and we do have foggy conditions out there this morning. but sunshine is expected later on today. 60's at the coast and some 70's inland. >> it's the last day of this forecast, you're going to be i was born in hawaii, but i'm not really from there. because we moved to maryland when i was a baby. that's where we got tobie. and then mark was born in california.
>> 7.42 p jeanne agrees to pay a 100. 25 million dollars for its role in starting the kincade fire in 2019 investigators say that fire was ignited by an unused power removed the fire and a burning 77,000 acres in sonoma county. it destroyed nearly 400 homes and other buildings and injured 4 people under the settlement with the california p o c would spend 85 million. removing up to as many as 7 power lines that aren't energized anymore and they would pay an additional 40 million in a penalty to the
state's general fund, the cpu see will vote on the settlement next month. >> well, pge, by the way, expects to lose more than a billion dollars as a result of this year's dixie fire utility company says it's been subpoenaed by a u.s. attorney for documents related to that fire pg e was first suit back in september by homeowners in 5 counties who say that they were devastated by that fire. it was the second largest one in state history and pg e acknowledges that that fire may have very well been ignited by a tree that fell on to one of its cables. but the exact cause is still being investigated. we'll take a break. 7.43. is the time. we'll be right back.
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>> every 6 right now and we're looking at a sunny day today. we are in fact, the sun really start to come out right now. if you can see the building behind our. big splash a light hitting so we've got the sun making an appearance. now. john, good morning. yeah, for a lot of us. it's nice and clear, especially for those areas that are usually foggy like the golden gate. you're getting a solid dose of that sun this morning. some of our usually clear areas are on the opposite side of things actually seeing some dense fog. san jose, you have some clear skies right now. but there are spots right up and down that are looking very foggy, including sfo right up and down highway one,
including half moon bay and we actually do have dense fog advisories for morgan hill southward in the salinas valley as well as out to the central valley. so watch for some of those spots of lower visibility this morning. as for today, it is going to be nice and sunny one. actually the warmest of this forecast, too. tonight is when we'll see our next round of rain. it is very brief and honestly not going amount to too terribly much but enough to get roadways wet for your commute tomorrow morning. rainfall arrives mostly after midnight tonight. this is right around 11:45pm marin sonoma, mendocino county's really in the mix of it. these areas are going to see our greatest totals anywhere south of the golden gate bridge and you will start to see the system losing a bit of energy. so not quite as impressive of the storm as it makes its way. eventually down through areas like san jose in livermore by the time you wake up tomorrow morning. at least for a later risers, you'll just notice the wet roadways are early. risers will catch some of those remaining showers barely hanging on before a dry day for the rest of your day. thursday. how much rain are we looking at here. well, quarter of an inch possible for sandra
fell in santa rosa. less than a 10th of an inch for most areas south of the golden gate. so definitely not a big rainmaker. we're going to save that for monday and tuesday of next week. 60's for your highs and that's f as well as at the coast today and most of us are actually rising if not to the 70's. a very, very close to them. today is the warmest day of the forecast. our last day with 70's in your 4 zone forecast. so go ahead. get out there. do those errands just enjoy. what will be a really pleasant afternoon. not that the rest of the forecast will be bad. but this one just feels really good with some of those mid 70's showing up on the map come those later part of the day tonight, brief round of rainfall moves in quick moves out really quick too. not amounting to too terribly much friday saturday, dry sunday may see a few north bay sprinkles, but more importantly just make sure you've got those clocks adjusted back, maybe pretty go to bed saturday night or when you wake up on sunday morning monday and tuesday of next week. another atmospheric river looking likely to be setting up shop across the bay
area. it's not going to pack as much of a punch as the one we saw about a week and a half ago. but it is looking like we could see some solid rain over the course of a couple of days. john, thank you for that. we've got a hot spot milpitas. we've been tracking this southbound 8.80. >> at 2.37 2 lanes. there are currently still blocked if you're trying to get around this delay. 6.80. might be a good option for you. there. another accident here in the city, 80 westbound east of one to one north. we've been keeping a close eye on that as things slow down just a bit along one. oh, one traveling from the east bay into the city. 28 minutes. yeah. a couple of things happening here. we had earlier hazard. you had an accident that just happened on the bridge. but it looks like they were able to quickly get that off to the right hand shoulder. so almost 30 minutes for you to make your drive to that fremont street exit at least heading across towards the peninsula we're seeing delays long one, which is what slowing us down here. ultimately at 21 minutes and up and verdell southbound one. oh, one south of san antonio road. he got an accident there as well. daryn, james, back to you.
>> pretty much ran a 7.49 is the time and some california leaders are going to be taking part in this week's climate summit in scotland. we've got ashley zavala explaining what they're up to and what they're hoping to bring back. >> california most definitely all in governor eleni kounalakis pointing to california as a lead policy maker in the united states when it comes to combating climate change but if there's one thing more, we have something like sovereign power it's on our emissions standards lock us speaking in glasgow, scotland, tuesday filling in for governor gavin newsome who is supposed to lead the california delegation at the cop 26 climate conference new some last minute decided to not attend because of a family obligation. according to his office. i'm sure that the person who's got the biggest hardin over not going is gavin newsome states senate majority leader robert hertzberg and more than a dozen other state lawmakers are heading to scotland for the conference by the end of this week. hertzberg says this event is important and sets the stage
for global leaders to figure out how to transition the world's economy from one that is part of the solution instead of part of the problem. >> ways to and policies that will incentivize both fixing the environmentally just manner. so we're not just heard poor communities and create people with good jobs. and there's ways to do it. what is the delegation bring home relationships that are really important. you know, everything is personal in this world. my experience. we will bring home the pride of other jurisdictions taking on some of our ideas that will share with them various conferences and the like. i think you're going to new bills introduced. and i think you're going to see a more sophisticated discussion of climate change as a result of efforts, their members of the california delegation are slated to be in scotland until november 12th. >> in sacramento, ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> 7. if you want action raises played out virginia, new jersey and other major battleground state. much of
the focus was on virginia. so that start there. a democrat terry mcauliffe ended up losing 2 republican glenn youngkin and that comes in a state that joe biden won by double digits last year. such a big change and experts say it could provide us with a preview of what to expect in the upcoming midterm elections. so let's take a look with 94% of the precincts reporting there virgin. you can see young kid has nearly 50% of the vote and the call of has 48%. and let's take a peek at the governor's race in new jersey, which is democratic coming. phil murphy and republican jack. ciattarelli there in a deadlock and race here by 88% of the votes been counted. >> but the race is still too close to call at this hour. but this morning murphy has moved into the lead. more votes were counted overnight. both of these races were seen as key indicators of what to expect in the midterms. >> it is 7.52 will be right back.
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necessarily where they were recovered from. that was the talbert marsh in huntington beach because there are still some concerns about some leftover oil. and that was bit of water. but they took him to the wild card. a wildlife center took into the wetlands here nearby a property along the santa ana river in newport beach and look at their all cleaned up back in the water again doing back to doing what ducks do. yeah. that's group, which is just lash. what i i don't have a sound swimming at. that's pretty good. >> was >> all takes it. coming up next. hey, kids, you are shot a lot of parents have been waiting for the covid shots for their kids and they're rolling them out today around the bay. >> we're going to tell you where you can get your kids vaccinated. and the walnut creek city council votes to ban the sale of flavored tobacco and vapes. when does it take effect.
>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at >> and thanks for waking up with us at 8 o'clock. i'm darya. and i'm james. we've got john and rain is standing by with checks of weather and traffic on this wednesday morning as we're waking up to what are really beautiful conditions out there right now. yeah. get out. enjoy, i guess before it raining yeah,
you got to take advantage of the dry days, especially a dry days with some 70's just around the corner. that's a winner right there. >> we do have more rainfall ahead of us. the first being a brief round of showers tonight while you're sleeping, more significant rainfall into next week. so you definitely want to enjoy a day like today. your view outside right now does show a bit of sunshine also some fog that i can't look past because we are actually seeing some dense fog in pockets for parts of the bay area. we're seeing especially dense. once you head south of san jose. and then up and down bayside shoreline right along one o one there on the peninsula and then right along the san mateo coastline. all these areas do have pockets of lower visibility. so be mindful of this as you venture outside on an otherwise co-operative whether morning it's dry out there and temperatures are cool but not too terribly cool livermore in santa rosa among our 40 degree places while oakland alameda and san francisco hanging out in the 50's right now
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