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>> thanksgiving dinner a week away. officially hopefully everybody's got their plans in check up. we've got your church, your turkey or whatever else you're going to have so everything because the supply chain and, you know, we need to so i hope you have >> no, no reason to say. but i did think i should say hi, i'm darya. all right. i soon as i think state i and say my name enough. so there you go. there you are star john, i know you've got all this morning. fact. let's start with john in the weather center to kick off the 05:00am hour. good morning, john. yeah. looking like a nice morning to be getting outside and checking out what is a very bright moon to start this day. >> we're not going to be seeing that so much tomorrow because of a little thing called a very long lunar eclipse that is going to be blocking out. what is right now. a very nice view of the men. so if want to get up a little x early for your friday morning. you'll be able to see shadows passing right over that bright spot next to go in tower. >> that isn't so shadow this morning we are looking at some low gray, especially for inland valleys that to leave fog. that's been shrouding.
the central valley has drifted out into portions of inland contra, costa and solano counties. really blocking out your view on portions of highway 4. so please be mindful your travel now that direction this morning. skies are otherwise mostly cloudy and we're going to stay that way today. a great one and a slightly cooler. one temperatures right now are mostly in the 40's. we'll be talking about the cloud cover as well. as any chances of rainfall. we could see over these next 24 hours. still to come on over to rain. a harvey and a look at the roads. yeah. we like this morning. hey, things are looking really nice so far. let's hope it stays that way. knock on wood. >> traveling into the city from the east bay a little under 9 minutes for your drive. time to make that commute headed across towards the peninsula. little under 13 for you to make that not seen any accidents along. want to want to slow us down 7 minute drive for you. heading out of richmond across towards sandra fell and in the south bay traveling from 85 park about 27 minutes. no accidents along to 3785 or 82 darya. james,
back to you. thank you. right. 5. breaking news that we're following. a 15 year-old girl kidnapped in santa rosa and an amber alert is issued. yeah. this is georgina campbell lowy. that police believe that her abductor. >> as possibly taken to the southern california. obviously very distraught family there in santa rosa cropper. sara stinson live up in that part of the bay. now with the very latest on this story. sarah. >> and james durian live here at the santa rosa police department. the police here are now working with the california highway patrol specifically down in southern california. they must have reason to believe that the person who abducted this 15 year-old girl. they're heading down south in or maybe they're already there because it happened yesterday afternoon. this is a 15 year-old girl from the late connector duct and right here in santa rosa. take a look. we showed you her photo. before we want you to definitely look at her again. this is the girl missing it's
george on a band boy. she was our coast gas station with her family on guerneville road when a man ran across the parking lot and forced her into his car at one 50 yesterday afternoon them boys described as 5 feet 6 inches tall with long dark hair she has been last seen wearing black jeans with a black sweatshirt with cherries on police and chp have identified the man they believe took the girl. take a look. they released his name and info in that amber alert its 20 year-old. i need to commune or semi you know, still trying to figure out how to say last name. >> described as 5 feet 7 inches tall brown hair and eyes last seen wearing an orange long sleeve hat. black pants. you can see him at the arco gas station road who they believed to be at the gas station. the screenshot from surveillance video while the abduction happened just before 00:00pm in the afternoon police to respond until 4.10 filing a missing person report. so we'll have to ask
why took so long. police say the victim's parents told them several men forced their daughter into a dark colored vehicle. but upon further investigation. police learned maybe it was one man. they're still trying to figure it out because that's what they're looking at. surveillance video trying to piece it all together. we have a picture of the car. you may have already seen it to green 2007 chrysler town and country minivan has a temporary texas license plate and while this car could potentially be in southern to say the license plate in case maybe sot maybe have a picture. maybe you have a dash cam video. it is 1, 2, 4, 7, 8 you as an umbrella and 3, the amber alert was issued this morning. we're talking up to 53 this morning for southern california in the counties of orange san diego, los angeles and riverside. so they are looking. they've got all of chp with their eyes open on the roads. they're hoping that, you know, we in.
>> russ stations across the state will be covering this so that if someone recognizes the man, the girl, the car anything they'll call and they'll be able to find her because of course, you know, this family probably very shaken up there at a gas station when they're 15 year-old swipe before their eyes are trying to see if the girl has any connection to the man who a duck to her. so darya james. a lot more to learn about this and just a crazy and shocking story for now. we'll send it back to you, ok. thanks a lot. we'll check in with you later for more details are 5. '06. is the time more developing news to tell you about this morning. police in oakland are now investigating a double shooting that happened earlier. >> this morning. according to reports on the citizens app. it happened around midnight right near 17th and broadway reports on the app also indicate that one of the victims was taken to the hospital. we are reaching out right now to police for more information. we'll let you know when we find so. >> time now is 5. '06, and another jewelry store targeted in the bay area. this time it
was daniels, daniels jewelers, which isn't this a lot of town center in fairfield. and this is a picture from the scene. there's a sledgehammer. you can see it right there. right on the floor. it's not clear what the robbers got away with. but this is the 3rd jewelry store that has been targeted this week as we told you yesterday, thieves took $250,000 worth of jewelry from the longbow jewelers store in san francisco's chinatown tuesday morning and then before that on monday, look at this member business hours where 9 people with hammers walked into the congress. sun valley mall took all the stuff, all the cases, all the jewelry emptied out in these cases from this jewelry store. >> and got way what you know, if we get more on the suspect's description. but obviously there are you're pretty covering up. yeah. also new this morning, the hayward unified school district has voted now to close to schools for the next school year. as
parents and teachers that were protesting the planned closures. kron four's camila barco is live in here this morning. i can feel >> good morning, you guys see i'm currently at bowman elementary school. it's one of 2 that board members decided to close starting for the 2020 to 2023 school year. as you guys said, parents and students. they expressed their frustrations and they rallied yesterday outside the school districts headquarters. you can see video here urging the board of education to reconsider closing schools. those board members, contemplating closing 6 of them. ultimately they voted to shut down to bowman and strobe ridge elementary starting next school year. they also plan to move all pre k programs to their school sites. however board members only voted to move their siac and programs to their school sites. right now. the fate of the district's other schools is up in the air boat board members
are. way are holding off on making any decisions for their other schools. they say their latest decision is due to declining enrollment and a budget shortfall. now i'm going to step out of the way. so you guys can get a better look back out live here at bowman elementary. if i zoom in you guys will see that as students possibly parents left these signs that say keep bowman open. you can see they expressed their frustrations with the signs and letters asking board members to not close this cool down, but ultimately darya james board members did make their decision. and this school will not be open starting next school year. we're still learning to see what is going to happen with the students and how they're going to be relocated. but at this time i'm going to send it back to you in studio. >> all right. thank you very
much. camila 5 o 9 is the time. and in san francisco, a school community gathered to remember through a 30 year-old educator, andrew zieman who died. this is a vigil last night at the sherman elementary school, 2 honors. the men he was struck and killed. you might remember last week near the school. he was crossing the street at franklin and union. and there was a vigil here to remember him and also, you know, they're just gathering to remember. that that safety because i passed by this every day. it's still there outside. they have, you know, memorial to him and they're all wanting safer streets. >> one of the biggest things is you. if you walk on that street speeds are incredibly high. the street is designed to encourage fast driving. and they're coming down a hill flying at that intersection it's treacherous. i want to let you know that we are committed to making certain that we're doing everything we can, not just sherman elementary school. >> to work with the sfmta to
make the streets safer. >> sherman elementary is on an activity at this in the andrews name to remember him as well as and they're not letting up on trying to create of us safer zone around that >> it is 5.11 now. and still ahead on the kron 4 morning news a bay area man is finally released from the hospital after 9 months battling covid. we'll have more on his story in a minute and after the break, bay area, airports are gearing up for a very busy holiday travel season. we'll take a closer look. john. and if you are at the airport this morning. you're seeing some clear skies out there. at least no fog. what we are going to be seeing through the day today is mostly cloudy skies and temperatures a little cooler than yesterday. >> and a chance of showers overnight tonight. your forecast ahead. then hit the roads on this thursday morning. off to a really nice start on tracking. >> any major delays. we'll have a look at your drive times. once we get back from times. once we get back from break. (man) i've made progress with my mental health.
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>> 5.14 right now and thanks so much for waking up early with us. they say it's the best time to wake up as we talked about because yes, 3 to 6 a of the most creative. but also like nobody is out. usually else is up. so guys right this time confession our commutes to work pretty smooth every day. but this is hardly so that's one benefit of getting up this early on. then john has a huge it's the relaxation they get a she on. it's not that i little private club with you at 05:00am in the morning. that's how i feel. just family. >> you see guys are missing now. well, actually, no, you're not. you're watching. they're all of john. there there. there were were all
exactly at looking outside at the golden gate bridge, which is clear enough. we're not looking at fog near the coastline that fog, rather is really stashed up into our inland valleys. >> to the fog sitting in the central valley out in the eastern contra costa and solano counties is really resulting in a rough commute for highway for commuters as well as those heading out along 80 especially out sacramento be mindful of the same spots that are looking at that low grade low pressure area skirting to our north. we have been seeing the jet stream care, the atmospheric river right into the pacific northwest where flooding is currently happening in areas like washington and british columbia here in the bay area. the holy moisture going to be tapping into is very much so. the remnants of any sort of remaining moisture that our areas to the north of been seeing, which is nothing more than a few sprinkles overnight tonight into tomorrow. most likely for the north bay but also possible for the rest of the bay area. again, that's on
into early hours of tomorrow. how much rain can we be talking here. it's really not a trace of an inch for areas like san francisco, oakland and hayward around hundreds of an inch possible fairfield. you can see a 10th of an inch. so this is a very short lived light dusting of rain. just a sprinkle here or there. now, temperatures today will be in the upper 50's to low 60's. as i mentioned, it's overnight tonight into early tomorrow that will be seeing that chance of rain. aside from that, we stay dry all the way through the thanksgiving holiday. this doesn't mean easy travel weather. for those of you getting out there, rain down. thanks for that. alright waking up on this thursday morning. daily from friday and traffic is pretty light at this hour, though. >> traveling from 85 to menlo park a little under 26 minutes. 2 3785 an 82 to 80 no major delays traveling to the city right now. little undermine minutes to make it to that fremont street exit 5, 1880 no major issues or delays about 12 minutes. if you're heading across towards the peninsula. we'll check in on
5.80 if you're traveling livermore vasco road to 6.80 delon a little under 11 minutes. highway 4 still under 50 to 15 minutes as you're traveling from one, 60 conquer to 42 darya. james, back to you. thank you, ray. it's 5.17 and we keep talking about holiday travel as a foe. >> is preparing for a big surge in travelers. i'm judging kennels and oh, oeah, sure. one of our producers has a dog. same thing. we're talking like all the kennels are booked and that's an indicator, right. so that's a red flag that things are really getting back up to levels we haven't seen since before the pandemic. we have sf spokesperson. doug yakel now talking a bit more about some of the pandemic restrictions that are still in place. tips for you. if you are going to be heading to the airport this holiday. >> but he that's been through sfo the past year and a half and probably a took a lot less time to get through the process. imagine what it was like in 2019 and give yourself that kind of time. get yourself a good 2 hours for a domestic flight 3 hours for an international flight if you're getting a covid test before
boarding your international flight. remember the budget additional time for that as well. that's the ultimate luxury. otherwise understand that of face masks are still required for air travel. there's a lot of walks of life where they're no longer required. but any time you're at our airport. or on board an aircraft still got to wear that face mask. yeah. so he adds that they do predict passenger counts will continue to increase, especially as more and more travelers become. >> vaccinated. and as we've reported, you know, the u.s. borders are open now to international travelers so long as they're vaccinated. that's just going up the volume of people inside the air. it's all about leaving more time, i believe more times we go to oakland. i love the oakland airport roughly a 170,000 patches of passengers. >> are expected to pass through next week in oakland, which is twice the number they had their last year and analysts say confidence in covid safety protocols is what, like james says, inspiring people to fly again. they're feeling comfortable and they're still the mask mandate is not just as oh, it's oakland, it's all us have
the mask handy. >> all right. let's turn our attention to other national news now democrats are pushing the president's social spending plan to appeal to the american public. >> republicans say the plan, though, would be bad for the country. so basil john is live in washington, d scan. we all get along the back and forth continues. bay's own. he didn't think, look, this is right picture and about that. >> i told listen, i told may be wearing that good morning to you guys. and yes, it's true. democrats, republicans, they're costly going at it and they're still on opposite sides on this and democrats are doing everything they can emphasizing the importance of passing this plan and house democrats are trying to do whatever they can to pass this before thanksgiving. >> house democrats want to put president biden's build back better plan on a fast track to pass the best way to grow the economy is to invest in working families invest in middle class families by
making sure. >> they can access all the opportunities that exist in this country. rhode island democratic congressman david says only knee says the bill works together with the bipartisan infrastructure plan when you take the bipartisan infrastructure bill along with the bill back better legislation which we're about to pass. we're going to create one and a half million jobs a year for a decade. new york congressman hakeem jeffries says the bbb focuses on top concerns like childcare, universal pre k health care costs and the climate crisis. the build back better act. we'll invest in a green economy. >> it will invest in a sustainable economy. it will invest in a brazilian. >> economy. stop the spending. the spending is the thing that's driving inflation and we don't want more inflation. but louisiana republican congressman steve scalise blames the president and democrats for increased prices and says the build back better plan will only make the situation worse. we are against trillions more
spending far from our kids borrowed from china that will fuel the inflation that's already too high. now the house is expected to vote on the social spending plan on friday. >> or possibly this weekend reporting live in washington. i'm basil john thanks, basil how that vote goes. thank you, basil. we'll take a break at 5.22 coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news south bay leaders are celebrating a decision to protect coyote valley. we'll tell you why they say it's a win in the fight against climate change. ♪ don't worry mom, we'll be there soon. "we?!" is this "the one".
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>> 5.24 in the south bay san jose city leaders and environmentalists celeerated. a city council victory and a victory for coyote valley it's open space is going to stay that way, the city council voted to rezone hundreds of acres of the valley from industrial use to agricultural and open space or farming and wildlife, which yes, in a sense protects it from further development and environmentalists are hailing this as a victory in the battle of climate change. >> protecting and restoring coyote valley as natural infrastructure is one of the smartest investments we can make to build climate resilience in the region that helps both people and nature adapt to the effects of climate change. >> yeah. the decision blocked the proposed construction of a huge amazon style. well,
multiple huge, amazon start warehouses. environmentalist say the coyote valley is also critical to the valley's water supply. so it's now protected. >> if you have an appointment with kaiser permanente. this morning and tomorrow you might want to reschedule because there is a 40,000 person strike happening in the bay area as well as sacramento. i'll tell you why. coming up i'll tell you why. coming up in a life. any parent will tell you the second you have a kid, it's like your heart is living outside of your body, which means you never, ever stop worrying. that's why we got health insurance and for way less than we thought was possible. the kids' doctor and dental checkups are free and i get screenings for my cholesterol and my blood pressure and don't get me wrong, i still worry, just a little less. covered california. this way to health insurance.
>> but 28 is tonight the night tomorrow night a look at. i don't on says look at the sky and see some 4. we had a full last night or night before. so big or this morning. just saw the full moon this morning and tomorrow morning at the lunar eclipse. so is that like it was going to be cloudy like we have now. so the bad thing about tomorrow is, yeah. that's the one that we're also looking at sprinkles. all right. so if it wasn't for the clouds, the clips of it's going to be a rough one for watching it sleep through that. then you get maybe just get through it or if you're up right now just your normal yeah. maybe pick out the window for second. see if you can see it. but. >> the likelihood of seeing it is kind of slim because tomorrow is going to be our cloudy a stay of the week. so the lunar eclipse is just not going to be at least not the easiest of viewing as you're getting outside it. we saw the full moon this morning. that
was nice to see for sure. it has settled over the horizon. and you just got to view it some of the partly cloudy skies that we do have across the bay area. if you're further inland, it's not just partly cloudy, but really foggy eastern contra, costa and solano counties are in the midst of some dense to leave fog that is resulting in some travel issues on highway 4 as well as the benicia bridge to be careful out there, especially in those inland areas. the raiders otherwise showing dry skies. we're mostly cloudy through the day today. we're a little cloudier and a little cooler for daytime highs. current temperatures are only in the 40's. so do bundle up with that jacket as you venture outside reyna. john, thanks for right. starting from the east bay this morning traveling into the city. >> a little under 9 minutes to make that drive. now yesterday we have pockets of fog there were not seen that this morning across the bay bridge as you're traveling. also 5, 1880, not seen any hazards to contribute to that slowing a little under 14 minutes heading across towards the peninsula as you're traveling
there in the south bay along to 3785 at 82. i don't see any accidents there at this hour. and a low, 5.80 traveling from little more vasco road to 6.80. dublin. a little under 12 minutes starting james, back to you. thank you, ray 5.30. right now. breaking news this morning. there's an amber alert for a 15 year-old girl. she hasn't been seen she was in santa rosa with an older boy. yeah. this for a picture of her police believe that her abductors could be heading. >> to southern california. that's the theory. they're working off a cropper. sara stinson live in santa rosa with more on this young girl who was taken 15 years old and how will i don't know if i called a and i was was he 20. >> well, a man 20 years old. so 5 year difference. but again, we're talking 15 year-old girl, basically a freshman in high school who is missing right now. very scary situation girl in santa rosa at a gas station when police say a man ran up to her and
forced her in the car and off they went and they believe that they headed towards southern california. that's why early this morning. talking to 50 in the morning. they issued an amber alert. let's take a look at a picture of that girl. again, we want you to have these images come in grain in your brain. in case you have information that is helpful. this is george on a band boy. she was at an arco stations are with us and on guerneville road when a man ran across the parking lot fortune. the one 50 yesterday afternoon. >> bamba lloyds describes a 5 foot 6 inches tall girl with long dark hair. she was last seen wearing black jeans and a black sweatshirt with cherries on it. police and chp have identified the man they believe took the girl. they released his name and info in the amber alert along with the picture that 20 year-old i need this amino described the 5 feet 7 inches tall man in a brown hair, brown eyes last seen wearing an orange long sleeve shirt with black pants. you can see him at the arco
gas station in a screenshot of surveillance video. while the abduction happened just before 00:00pm in the afternoon. police didn't respond or a file a missing person report until 4.10 that afternoon. police say the victim's parents told them several men forced their daughter into dark colored vehicle, but they continue to investigate in. they've only it describe to us one man. and that's the picture we showed you those are the picture of the car in question here green, 2007 chrysler town and country minivan with a temporary texas license plate and the reason into the car, maybe in southern california. but you never know what people see or maybe you have dash cam footage what you are in the area. this is the play you would have looked out for it's 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, you as an umbrella. 3, the amber alert again issued this morning. they think that the people should be looking out for this car and the girl and the specifically are the counties of san diego, los angeles riverside and orange. so we
will, of course, keep an eye on this. we have a station down in la. so we really have our eyes on this across the state. so hopefully we get an update this morning and hopefully they find this 15 year-old girl safe. of course, police. >> here in santa rosa and chp working together and also trying to figure out if the 2 are connected in any way or this was a random abduction for now. >> reporting live in santa rosa. sarah stinson back 2 years. i know we don't know a lot and it's ok, she what sarah ite. >> so we want show that that's that photo from the gas station. you could make out who that person was. how did they even get this photo of the guy they're looking for that. you know, that's a clear shot. he's got a name. how do they know that guy. does he know the family. some of the the guy they've identified that they're looking for. how do we even know who that is from this picture. >> well, that's a good question. but from what i do, gathered and from other stories i have done it is a
dmv photo or a department of motor vehicle photos. so it's a license photo. and so i assume they got those temporary texas plates maybe they ran, decided that that was the person in a stolen vehicle as well. i feel a lot of questions, but i don't think they would put a person's name and all that info out if they didn't have reason to believe right. it was this person i okay. help terrifying for the family to the and now obviously. >> they clearly want to know where daughter is this morning. but as far south as san diego potentially. wow. >> which is so terrifying. i know. we'll keep our eyes out for sure. absolutely. thank you, sarah. >> all right. 5.35 right now and today kaiser workers are getting ready to walk the picket lines supporting kaiser engineers who are striking because they want a better contract. kaiser officials say the strike is not going to bring the 2 parties closer to an agreement so they don't see a point in kron four's. will tran is live in walnut creek this morning and will. >> earlier this week. we're
just talking about strike averted for kaiser but not the case here as we're entering the latter half of the week. >> well, here's the situation because you can see the people right behind me. these are kaiser engineers. they have been on strike for 2 months now. and they're not getting any closer. as you mention to reaching a deal with their buses and they are here and they have union solidarity and this is called a sympathy strike. so we're talking about 40,000 people who will be across california at the kaiser locations, not just in the bay area but also in sacramento. we're talking never says which obviously make up a large, portion of the tom interest radiologists and even the pharmacy. they will be here to support the engineers. the engineers. they are looking for a new deal that they say is fair market. kaiser says they have been offering fair market deals. >> here's what you need to know. however, if you are a
kaiser patient because so many people will not be at work but instead on the picket line that you're appointments could be rescheduled, could be canceled altogether or your wait time could be a lot longer because skies are they have been warned about this several days out. but let's face it. we're talking about 40,000 people who will not be a work. it's a big impact to how they will get to the patients. take a look at your screen. kaiser. did send this out. so they say in the event of a strike which looks like a will happen today and tomorrow week may have to reschedule some elective surgeries non urgent appointments or change or appointment to a phone or video visit will contact you if there are changes to your appointments. so in other words, they will call you don't call them. we are here. try to get some interviews with some of the engineers, but they say they're not allowed to talk, but their union members will be out here as well. the union leader. so we'll talk to them. and we'll also talk to the nurses. so
could be an income big inconvenience for you as a patient. but keep in mind, though, this is something that's been going on for 2 months. and when you're part of the union, you probably know when when union members hurt, another union member according to the model, will jump in and give support. so this is a sympathy strike even though the nurses themselves. they really don't have a bone of contention with your boss is at this particular time. back to you. all right. thank you very much. well. >> 5.38 and happening today. the oakland school district is launching a covid vaccine clinic in an effort to prevent a surge we keep talking about, you know, moving towards the holidays. big gatherings and everything they want. >> kids get vaccinated. the clinic is going to happen at markham elementary school starting at noon all the way till 6 o'clock tonight and they're also offering 5 days of covid testing over the holidays. >> well, there's thousands of take home tests that they'll give the students and steph and i just so i'm eating family and we have a new baby
and the parents said, listen, we want everybody to test with the rapid test before giving so see, that's the way that you can really be sure vaccinated or not. you could be carrying it and you don't want to spread it around. and san francisco, their public health officials are urging caution as the holidays are approaching 2, nobody wants to see arise. but doctors say they are seeing a spike in cases and so they say that you have to take the steps to protect yourself and to protect others. >> we are working to stay ahead of the virus it's clear boosters are necessary for us to avoid. it was a significant surge in hospitalizations increased mortality as well. >> 80% of san francisco residents. >> who are over 5 have been fully vaccinated. but most people still need their booster. kuz. >> we just started allowing those colfax says that there are more than a 100 clinics in san francisco offering that booster shot.
>> well, san jose man spent 9 months in the hospital battling covid and yesterday 31 year-old noah davis returned to santa clara valley medical center to begin his physical rehab. you see him here in this video. he was greeted by the nurses and doctors there who actually took care of him that entire time that he was there. no. got the virus back in february and spent 8 weeks in a medically induced coma. when he woke up, he couldn't walk really had a hard time breathing on his own. even moving his left arm was a chore. >> waking up, not knowing that 2 months have passed and. you know, i was really scared. so waking up my arm to that move my legs. and that move. i was too weak. we're all hopeful that continue make improvements in terms of standing in. >> we don't know what the future holds, brief walking and maybe being able to get to a point where he could. >> eventually be out of a wheelchair with ongoing therapy. >> incredible story. he has now received 2 doses of the
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>> enough water use kron four's, i should say governor gavin newsom, kron four's get outdoors. another is our he's asking us to cut back water use by 15%. we're not getting their personally heard is asking all of us. yeah. according to data from local water agencies the governor made this request last summer. >> water use has fallen but only by >> 15. >> 3 months. and there's a there. yeah. local water officials say water, saving measures put in place during. >> past droughts are largely still in effect and that makes it harder to get further reductions in water use right now. 80 1% of the state is classified as being in either extreme or exceptional drought. so had it could take awhile before first to get out of this mess. obviously johnson talking about how we need several atmospheric river events to even write, get back to normal right now it's all about cold. >> coal. okay. so i didn't break down. i was like i'm not turning on the heat at interim stir day and i was going to be a picture for you guys. but different 2 degrees in my
house is that you chile is 52 point on chilly and dry in my house. as long as you've got to get a couple of dogs because the that's all 52 sounds just but yeah. cold lately. we've been seeing wet conditions which is certainly helped a little bit with the drought. this is where we were sitting on october 1st right. here was extreme to exceptional all across the bay area. we've made some progress since then. we started to eliminate at least that exceptional drought for portions of sonoma and marin counties. and since we've also seen it backing off a little bit further as we work our way through these past couple of storms. so that is certainly been a nice change of pace for us after what was so many dry months now we are looking at a slim chance of some showers tonight into tomorrow morning. it's not going about too much, though. certainly not a drought buster like what we saw 3 weeks ago, which was that atmospheric river that certainly didn't end the drought but was a nice start to the season. your view outside this morning shows the berkeley hills camera looking
at some clear enough of conditions. couple of sprinkles up in mendocino county this morning. but the bay area is remaining dry. we will tap into some moisture that works its way on into the picture during overnight hours tonight intottomorrow going to be very slim dose of rainfall, though some light showers for the north bay and nothing more than a sprinkle elsewhere late tonight into early tomorrow. you can see those often on light showers pushing over the bay area as we move into your friday morning could result in a couple of slick spots, but pretty limited impact. you can see here in future cast that we are just looking at a trace of rainfall possible for most areas fairfield. you could see upwards of a 10th of an inch of it. now, as far as temperatures go today. we are in for a slightly cooler and a little bit of a cloudier one than yesterday mostly cloudy skies are going to stay with us all day long today in daytime highs. although fairly similar to yesterday will feel a touch cooler because we've got a little less sunshine and we're generally just a little further down in the 60's hayward at 65 today. low 60's for conquered in berkeley and
even cooler yet for much of the north bay with antioch fairfield napa right at 60 degrees 50's in mill valley over to point rays. a look ahead at next 7 days. temperatures sure don't change that much. and really the rest of your forecast doesn't either aside from that slim chance of a few showers tomorrow we are dry all the way through the thanksgiving holiday, which hey, if you've got travel plans for thanksgiving is a bit of good news right now. john, thank you for that, right. so we're looking at the bay bridge. we do have a traffic hazard, westbound right near the treasure island exit a stalled vehicle. they turn the meteor lights on. and it's a little under 12 minutes for you to make that commute from the east bay into the city. >> here in mount and the one o one south and north of 85 south. an accident popping up here. we're only seeing a slight delay, though, from that traffic collision heading across towards the peninsula. no major delays low 1 one so a little under 13 for you to make that commute out here in hercules westbound for 80 west. he have an accident here. but again, look at the
highways in the roadways everything's moving along pretty nicely. and we'll leave you with a look at the richmond sandra fell commute as you travel out of richmond, a little under 8 minutes daryn. james, back to you. >> all right. thank you very much. rain at 5.51 time is the east day richmond police right now are searching for a driver connected to a fatal hit and run. a woman was struck by a car around 2.30 wednesday morning near hilltop in moyers drive that driver then fled the scene shortly after that, a second driver ran over the victim who was already lying on the ground by the time officers arrived. the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. >> a judge has ordered x raiders wide receiver henry ruggs the 3rd to make an in-person court appearance next week. he missed a breathalyzer check in prior to this. the defense argues that raj has been, quote, completely due to full and that he self tested shortly after that test that he missed the judge still wants him to return to court records show that ruggs has to stay away from alcohol and be tested 4
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medalist kristi yamaguchi is celebrating the 25th anniversary of her foundation by opening a holiday ice rink in san ramon. yeah, we you know, we've seen this. i think last year is the first year and she was on hand yesterday at the city center. >> in bishop ranch. made an appearance saying that she hopes the event will inspire underserved children. >> and if you want to go and enjoy some ice skating there. we've got the hours. the prices, all that stuff on our website kron 4 dot com. you are recommended to arrive early, because slots go pretty quick, just watched i don't want like i love watching ice skaters. i think it's amazing. and think about what you look like on skates. you know, i mean, i i just i know how hard it is. i just plenty of spending. it's just not intentional as you get it when you sell your but james, i'm talking about spending all of states not on your >> look at music. take the kids out there good times are coming up in the next hour, the kron 4 morning news, the hayward school board. >> voting to close to schools.
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