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>> well, it is something we don't see often on the bay area. snow. yesterday's big storm brought a lot of that. a local mountain tops. we have team coverage as more rain is headed our way and as the omicron variant spreads worldwide. a new study is revealing an experimental covid pill that could offer much needed protection and mayor breed has some strong words for crime in her city. the new initiatives announced to try to make san francisco safer. from the area's local news station. this is kron 4 news at 3. a break in the rain
this tuesday. but the mountain tops are getting a fresh dusting of snow, making it feel like a winter wonderland 11 days before. >> christmas. good afternoon, everybody. thank you for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 3. i'm catherine heenan. a gorgeous stay in the bay area after the first major storm swept through the area yesterday. more rain is expected to later this week. i'm meteorologists john shrable is tracking that bold talk to him in a moment. but first, we have a snow report from kron, four's charles clifford who drove up to mount hamilton today. >> well, right now i'm standing at the top about hamilton. this is about 4200 feet in elevation. this is the lick observatory right next to me here in overnight from monday into tuesday about 3 to 4 inch s of snow fell here at the top of the mountain now driving up from san jose on tuesday morning. the journey took about about an hour. so this is a very windy road, maybe 2 to 3 miles from the the snow started to accumulate was getting very slushy on the
roadway. the california highway patrol actually shut down one 30 for good portion of tuesday just for safety reasons. caltrans was out on the on one 30 plowing and doing the best they could to clear the roadway. now, usually when it snows here at the top of mount hamilton that snow doesn't last very long. usually the warmth and the ground in the air melted away pretty quickly. but as we head into the later hours here on tuesday, the temperatures remain cold. it's still in the 30's. so this snow could actually stay here for a while. we could even see more snow as the week progresses. but for now in the south bay, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> thank you, charles. and from the south bay to the east bay. this is time lapse video snow on top of a mount diablo the road covered with snow. you can see the trees dusted in snow hillsides beyond we're looking pretty green. all thanks to recent storms in the sierra the chp in south lake tahoe tweeted out these photos saying recent snow is affecting major roads like highways, 50 8089 people being
reminded again to keep a safe distance away from the car in front of you. let's check in on the forecast as we take a live look from our sutro camera towards the golden gate bridge. beautiful shot meteorologists john tribal is tracking more rain for tomorrow. >> well, nice to see sunshine returning to the bay area after a couple of gloomy days behind us. we saw some much needed rainfall and not just a little bit of it either. but it was enough to surpass all of last year's totals for areas like santa rosa, san francisco and oakland already in excess of 9 inches of rainfall this season alone. we've yet to even reach the wettest time of the year. so i think we've heard the sunshine that we're tapping into for the rest of the day today. your berkeley hills camera right here looking at some of those bright skies that we're enjoying now, this low pressure area that brought in the rain the past couple of days is also ushering in along with it. some cooler temperatures. so the rest of the day will bring cool sunshine jacket where the into
the evening tonight. we're going to start tomorrow with dry skies before showers do return in the afternoon at times some heavy rainfall for the north bay on into your wednesday. today's daytime highs really only in the 50's. that's where we're currently hanging out all the details in your seven-day forecast. still to come. all right. thank you, john. and you can stay up to date on the latest weather. of course, with our kron 4 mobile app. scan that qr code and it will take you right to our website. >> you'll find information including live radar and the latest forecasts in alameda playground has been closed until further notice after the storm caused that a large oak tree to fall. you're looking at the aftermath here. this did cause a lot of damage to the lincoln park playground equipment also damaged some fencing. and now to our coronavirus coverage. pfizer says that its covid-19 pill can significantly reduce the risk of hospitalization and death. it says the latest information shows that can
reduce deaths and hospitalizations by 89%. that's for people treated within 3 days of getting covid symptoms. pfizer says it made the pill for people to take at the very first signs of infection. kron four's. dan kerman is following the story will have more coming up on kron 4 news at 5 o'clock. a new indoor mask mandate takes effect tomorrow in california. this was issued, of course, because of the omicron variant a step back for people in marine and solano counties. they've been mask free indoors recently but state health authorities say it is needed to prevent a spike in cases over the holidays and 2 curb. the new variant. not everybody is happy about the mandate. the owner of 3 health clubs in moraine county, for example, says it could affect business. >> have people are that are vaccinated to wear a mask it seems like it's overkill. i don't understand why his chance of getting us malls.
and now to go it really affects people want to join. they're like i'm watching little club effect where masks doubt the ministry of the hole we've hurt so badly by this whole thing and then just to to do this again for us as make any sense. >> the new mandate to begins tomorrow and ends january 15th. the state has also issued new testing recommendations for travelers coming into california. they are being advised to get covid testing 3 to 5 days after arriving and that's whether taking planes or buses or trains or other transportation. the recommendation comes 2 weeks after thanksgiving as we're learning more about how in-person gatherings might have affected state case rates. starting today barred employees who have not shown proof of being vaccinated will be put on paid administrative leave. that's until a disciplinary hearing can be held. the deadline was yesterday. the employs can still get vaccinations while
waiting for their hearings and nearly 155 employees have requested exemptions. they will be allowed to keep working while the request is pending. bart says 90% of its employees are fully vaccinated marin county students. they're about to head off for holiday break. but before they do, each family will get a gift in the form of a covid test. kron four's. noelle bellow joins us now to explain no. well, yeah, that's right, catherine tis, the season for giving and. >> hopefully not receiving covid-19. that's the goal of this giveaway. every family across marin county schools will receive take home covid-19 testing kits by this friday that include students, families and teachers as well. the california department of public health provided marin county with the 48,000 test kits that they're going to be giving away. the idea is the day before they return to school after the holiday break. everyone uses the tests to ensure no one who was
infected enters campuses the next day. last month there was a case where a family knowingly sent their student to school with covid-19, which caused an outbreak among other students. more in public health director doctor matt willis says at this point in the pandemic. it goes without saying if you test positive, you should isolate and these at-home tests will help stop any spread before it happens. >> we know that the holidays do bring risk. there will be families that are traveling their families to engage in gatherings. transmission can occur. we saw a surge in cases after thanksgiving. and this is really the best way to ensure that nobody who is carrying the infection is actually coming into that school setting so it's the best way to prevent outbreaks that could begin right off the bat if we we didn't have tragedy like this. >> now when students return after the holidays, the schools will continue with their current masking and testing procedures that have been in place since the start of the school year. none of that changes. ou can watch that full interview for us on our streaming service kronon
you can download it for free in your app store. back to catherine. thank, you know well. >> happening today, teachers are planning a protest early tonight of the san francisco unified school district plan to cut hundreds of throughout the district. those proposed cuts are part of the plan to avoid a 125 million dollar budget deficit the plan also includes making cuts to student services. the protesters want any cuts to be kept away from students and classrooms. the district trying to avoid a state takeover that protest begins at 05:00pm. oakland mayor libby shaft is asking governor newsome for help in fighting crime in the city today the mayor wrote a letter asking for license plate readers on highways and off ramps. also for chp patrols on oakland highways, including international boulevard and san pablo avenue. this request comes as the mayor says carjackings are up 77% armed
robberies up 46%. mayor chef also says the city wouldn't join in helping the chp to fight large retail thefts. in national news. a michigan judge has granted prosecutors more time to collect and share evidence against the parents of a boy charged with killing 4 students at a high school last month. this is partly because the prosecutor wants to give the michigan community time to heal as he puts it during the holiday season. the parents jennifer and james crumbley are accused of failing to intervene on the day of the tragedy despite knowing their son could carry out violence. their son ethan crumbley does remain in an adult jail. the next hearing is set for february 8th. it will determine whether the crumbleys will face trial. and been 9 years since 20 students sick 6 teachers were killed during a shooting at sandy
hook elementary in connecticut. flags are flying at half-staff across the state and right now on our website, kron 4 dot com. you can find links to the 26 foundations that have been set up in honor of the victims. >> coming up, a mountain lion spotted this morning on the peninsula. we have video of the big also san francisco's mayor says an emergency response is needed to fight crime in the said tenderloin why she says the plan will likely stir up controversy kron 4 news at 3. we'll be right ba
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today continue devastation and destruction in the aftermath of the. >> deadly tornadoes that swept the midwest last week, the tornado outbreak friday killed at least 88 people in 5 states 74 of them in kentucky and that's where we find rudabeh shahbazi with a closer look. >> this is what homes in mayfield, kentucky look like right now. you can see the acts on that home. that means the rescue crews have come in and cleared it. we understand the lady who lived here is in the hospital. she did survive because the neighbor who lives in that house came out and rescued her. we did talk to him today. he didn't want to be on camera. and today it's story really is about neighbors helping neighbors as the american spirit of generosity and help.
>> ae the sun rises over another day in mayfield at the courthouse. an american flag pulled from the ruins. eric perez was at church when the tornado ripped the roof off his home. his 15 year-old nephew hit in this closet alone and made it out alive. across the state nearly 25,000 homes and businesses without electricity. and more than 10,000 homes and businesses. >> without water. but still hope remains down sometimes. and you people were more about it than we are. but we're not. but there is a common problem. for good homeowners volunteers insurance adjusters and more than 500 members of the national guard scrambling to pick up the pieces ahead of rain in the forecast >> i mean, made it to my whole neighborhood from and now they the last house and i don't know how john there tell me if you can see the clear path all the way to how we won. 31, but
it took my whole neighborhood is what he johnny johnson is here from nearby murray, kentucky help these people. >> cleanup. >> financially. i can i give we give money. we don't matter. matters and these are human beings and they need help lives lost property. now dust and the helpers hauling away. the debris. >> barely making a dent in the wreckage. but opening a new chapter in kentucky. i have. i've truly lost things that were my mom and dad's in my husband's mom and dad, i have awesome. they're gone. >> but >> the good news today the death toll did not rise or remains at 74. however, a 100 people are still unaccounted for governor andy beshear does expect that number to rise as far as damage goes. when you see homes like this and debris piles. they stretch as far as the eye can see. >> it's going to ta e the quite a while to put a number and assess what the damage
cost is from mayfield, kentucky rudabeh shahbazi news nation. >> the california department of justice will review the shooting death that ended in hours long standoff between antioch police and a 55 year-old man that happened friday after police got reports of a man shooting at homes and cars with a rifle while walking down dove court. the man barricaded himself in his home for nearly 6 hours. the standoff ended when a fire broke out inside the home. the man did come outside. he was shot and killed by swat officers in accordance with the new state law. the department of justice is investigating. the oakland police commission has hired the city's first inspector general. it's a move to increase the police department's accountability. michelle philips has been appointed to that role. she had a similar job in baltimore where she reportedly streamlined all aspects of investigation units reporting
to the oakland police commission. her role will be to ensure that police are performing to the highest standards. also reviewing how the city is handling police misconduct. all right. time for a look at the forecast. we're looking live at the golden gate bridge. as you can see, a break in the rain kron for meteorologists. john tribal has a look ahead. >> a rainy past few days in the bay area. but for the sierra nevada, it was snowfall piling up. and even though that has tapered off now for lake tahoe look is what it's left with us this is diamond peak right here and that porch. well, the snow is just stacked up out there. beautiful day out there at the lake. of course you want to make sure that you're prepared for it as you're heading up into the sierra crews will have a better chance to get those roadways plowed over the next few days. if you just want to head up this weekend. now, as far as the bay area goes. we also saw some snow this photo from our viewer windy adrian right here. the snow up in lake county at some of the higher elevations, right above clear. lake
certainly was nice to see that dusting of snowfall across many of our peaks. that low pressurt area ushered in with that. some really cold air. and that's why even as we work their way into the afternoon. temperatures have remained as cool as they are today. now tonight we'll see a few clouds rolling in, but tomorrow should start nice and dry for your commute. we'll look at showers returning towards tomorrow afternoon. and some heavy rainfall at times towards the close of the day for the north bay on into your wednesday. thursday. morning starts with some heavy rainfall but moves out really quickly by the core of the morning commute and thursday friday into saturday will actually be a nice break from the rainfall in a break from the snowfall in the sierra nevada. winter storm warnings do remain in the sierra on intel. 10:00pm tonight. now as far as temperatures go today. it's the 40's and 50's across the board today remains cool with burlingame at 54 degrees. one of the more mild spots compare that to morgan hill only at 44 degrees for the daytime high today east bay numbers range from the 40's in
the tri valley to the 50's right along the east bay shoreline north bay temps mostly low 50's. yeah. bill stinson beach in point raise being your exceptions in the upper 40's a look ahead of next 7 days will temperatures certainly are changing much. this forecast remains unsettled showers return tomorrow afternoon. lingering into early thursday, friday and saturday. we're dry before rain returns sunday night into monday. back to you. >> thank you, john. a mountain lion was spotted in san mateo. this morning along oak valley road. the homeowner says it ran onto the driveway and then quickly disappeared into nearby woods. little hard to see there. but authorities are reminding people of the usual advice. if you encounter a mountain lion, don't run away. make a lot of noise to try to scare it off and never approach it. still ahead, a 45 how a local woman is helping children affected by violence in oakland. >> and after the break, the cost of your cocktail might
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beverages, inflation and supply chain issues may be guests at your holiday party. this one's out of stock on the wine and spirit silent bob's market in santa monica. the store's buyer. rick rosenblum says there are signs everywhere of the supply chain crunch why never would have use these now. i had to make a he says those out of stock items are mostly imports from other countries and my side. i noticed kranz disappearing. hard to get like that comes from halfway around the will be some items becoming more expensive for is one right champagne from france costume or by the month was $10 last about a month $15, less about 2 months ago. and also it's become harder for me to get will inflation and supply chain issues be a buzzkill for holiday celebrations well, rosenblum says he's trying to avoid raising prices as much as possible. for the senate to
stick with one brand one with i can find substitutes. but he says certain brands are so popular. he has to carry that. it costs go up. he'll have to raise prices to discover city meantime, we've got a number of out of stock sign citing external supplier issues. a national industry. trade group tells me about 40% of distilled spirits on us shelves are imported with issues like port congestion in a container shortage. creating challenges. this local manufacturer says he's impacted absolutely owner of the los angeles distillery, which makes whiskey right in culver city tells me shipping costs delays. an ingredient prices have been on the rise for him in recent months that eating into their profits. >> yeah, course. of course, that he is doing everything he can to avoid raising prices at least until the holidays this try not to. >> if it continues like this. the new community in a that distillery owner says he'll try to avoid raising prices
until at least january now, it was market. they say they're seeing the biggest pricing pressure when it comes to champaign specifically and the distilled spirits council says if there's specific alcohol brands, you have your heart set on for the holidays. get them now because inventory maybe low. that's the latest here in culver city. i'm lauren lyster. >> next. at 3.30 lawmakers and families gather at the state capitol are talking about illegal street racing side shows the new bill that an attempt to crack down on the problem. and in washington, former white house chief of staff mark meadows is facing a contempt vote in the house. >> we'll make a lot of people uncomfortable. >> san francisco officials trying to tackle the city's drug epidemic. why mayor breed says they're finally taking a tougher approach. - i'm norm. - i'm szasz. [norm] and we live in columbia, missouri.
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our top story today at 3.30 mayor london breed says that public drug use. >> will not be tolerated in san francisco. her office announced new public safety initiatives today to deal with the growing problem promising more arrests, less tolerance. kron four's, rob, rob rob nesbitt joins us now with more on the crackdown on illegal drugs swap. >> catherine mayor breed announced the city's changes to handling public safety
after meeting with several families who live in the tenderloin expressing how disgusted she is with the day-to-day safety concerns. they have living there. mayor breed says that illegal drug use in the tenderloin and the city passed a stop her tenderloin emergency plan is already underway to allow officers to crack down on drug dealing violent crimes and public drug use mayor breed's office also plans on making smash-and-grabs less common by disrupting the illegal street sales of stolen goods when it comes to drugs emergency management in san francisco. we'll still be providing community outreach to help with addiction and mental health services. mayor breed made the changes intolerance very clear today. >> we are not giving people choice anymore. we're not going to just walk by and let someone use in broad daylight on the streets and not give them a choice between going to the location. we have identified them. we're going to jail. >> the new initiatives
announced today require more officers and more overtime for police. mayor breed says she securing emergency police funding to ensure the city has the resources to combat major safety problems over the next several months. catherine, thank you, rob. >> california is seeing a big increase in illegal sideshows and street racing and it's all across the state. the commissioner of the california highway patrol and other state leaders today urged drivers to stop the illegal activity. ashley zavala explains the new consequences. violators will be facing. >> it was really hard time for my family. >> standing in front of a crumpled car outside of the state capitol. heather, do konecki describing the moment she almost lost her son at a side show. my son was hit. >> and taken under the car. these things, the sideshows are becoming. every weekend plans for young people person won as many injured, any legal
side shows recently. >> california highway patrol commissioner amanda races in the last 5 years street racing inside shows have resulted in 264 crashes statewide, 30 of them fatal 124 of them resulting in serious injuries. and we all must do better. >> to read akp injuries and the deaths, particularly when we know these are preventable. >> according to the california highway patrol. the number of side show in street racing incidents have quadrupled since 2015, but the pandemic occurred in the roadways. >> we're kind of empty that created a environment that allowed this to skyrocket assemblyman vince fong road ab 3. it gives judges the power to suspend the licenses of those who take part in exhibition of speed. >> including tire burnout stunts, engine revving and other moves that lead to street racing to give law enforcement authorities. >> the tools to save lives simple as that. the law goes into effect in 2025 to give the department of motor vehicles. time to update its
systems. but the commissioner says with new grants awarded to the highway patrol. her agency is not waiting to curb the illegal activity these grants and our focus is. >> it's not going to remain a change is going to be on identifying, you know, cases where these things are happening and making sure that we use resources that we have available to go out there and to make a difference. other grieving parents like laurie out to meadow whose niece was killed by a street racer with a message to drivers they're safe and legal environments where you can race. >> taking to the track where you don't have to worry about killing innocent people. >> in sacramento. ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> oj simpson is a free man about a state police say that he was granted good behavior, credits. he's been discharged from parole. the 74 year-old is and acquitted murder defendant in los angeles for the 1994 slayings of his ex-wife, nicole brown, simpson and her friend ronald goldman. he is also a convicted las vegas armed robber. served 9
years for leading 5 men, including 2 with guns in a 2007 confrontation with 2 sports collectibles dealers. that was anna casino hotel. simpson was scheduled for parole discharged in february. but the parole board did grant him about 3 months of good time credits his attorney declined to talk about simpson's future plans, including whether he intends to stay in nevada. lawmakers say that former white house chief of staff mark meadows is in contempt of congress for his refusal to comply with a summons from the january 6 committee. washington correspondent basil john has the latest. >> good evening. meadows is the center of attention now for the january 6th investigation at the same time, the district is taking action against those. they say terrorized the capitol. mike meadows testimony is necessary to inform our legislative judgments. if he has refused
to give any testimony at all after the january 6 committee recommended former white house chief of staff mark meadows. >> be held in contempt of congress. the full house of representatives took up the issue despite republican objections. they cannot continue punishing people just because they aren't getting the answers that they want monday. the committee also released text messages between meadows and other people like donald trump junior and fox news personalities sent during the riot. mark. >> the president needs to tell people in the capitol to go home. >> in another effort toward accountability dc attorney general karl racine and now she is suing far right groups, the proud boys and oath keepers and dozens of their top members for what happened on january 6th for conspiring to terrorize the district of columbia. >> for unlawfully interfering with our country's peaceful transition of power. racine is asking the courts to find the group's liable for millions of
dollars spent defending the capitol. there is explicit evidence. >> of conspiracy in the house of representatives votes to hold meadows in contempt. the justice department will decide on how to proceed with charges reporting in washington. i'm basil john. all right. let's talk about the forecast again as we take a live look over downtown san francisco. >> khan for meteorologists john tribal has a look at the week ahead. >> a rainy past few days in the bay area. but for the sierra nevada, it was snowfall piling up. and even though that has tapered off now for lake tahoe look is what it's left with us this is diamond peak right here and that porch. well, the snow is just stacked up out there. beautiful day out there at the lake. of course you want to make sure that you're prepared for it as you're heading up into the sierra crews will have a better chance to get those roadways plowed over the next few days. if you just want to head up this weekend. now, as far as the bay area goes. we also saw some snow
this photo from our viewer windy adrian right here. the snow up in lake county at some of the higher elevations, right above clear. lake certainly was nice to see that dusting of snowfall across many of our peaks. that low pressure area ushered in with that. some really cold air. and that's why even as we work their way into the afternoon. temperatures have remained as cool as they are today. now tonight we'll see a few clouds rolling in. but tomorrow should start nice and dry for your commute. we'll look at showers returning towards tomorrow afternoon. and some heavy rainfall at times towards the close of the day for the north bay on into your wednesday. thursday. morning starts with some heavy rainfall, but moves out really quickly by the core of the morning commute and thursday friday into saturday will actually be a nice break from the rainfall in a break from the snowfall in the sierra nevada. winter storm warnings do remain in the sierra on intel. 10:00pm tonight. now as far as temperatures go today. it's the 40's and 50's across the board today remains cool with burlingame at 54 degrees. one of her more mild spots.
compare that to morgan hill only at 44 degrees for the daytime high today east bay numbers range from the 40's in the tri valley to the 50's right along the east bay shoreline north bay temps mostly low 50's. yeah. bill stinson beach in point raise being your exceptions in the upper 40's a look ahead of next 7 days will temperatures certainly are changing much. this forecast remains unsettled showers return tomorrow afternoon. lingering into early thursday, friday and saturday. we're dry before rain returns sunday night into monday. back to you. thank you, john. >> coming up, toyota wants to start charging car owners for a monthly fee for a popular feature that's free. details ahead. also reminder that the grace period for student loans is ending. and as we head to break, we want to let you know that kron four's again celebrating remarkable women of the bay area. we need your help to share the stories. if you know woman making a difference in her community. nominate her for a chance to be awarded woman of the year.
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says resources are being made available to ensure what it calls a smooth transition. and for your money toyota owners might have to start paying to use the remote start future built into their cars according to the web site, the drive toyota owners who have 2018 model year cars are discovering. they need to pay $8 a month to continue using the key fob to remote start their engines. there are a lot of subscriptions for car services. but this seems to be the first one that relates to your keys. toyota says it is related to a free trial that new car owners got for 3 years and it's now expiring. still ahead, how an oakland woman is helping children affected by violence in the city.
>> an oakland woman is hosting a toy drive this weekend to help families affected by violence. nicole howard knows the pain and heartache of losing someone to violence. now she's turning that grief into positive energy by giving back jonathan mccall has that story. >> making a list. feel like it's going to more and checking it twice like that we've got the nicole howard is a long way from the north pole. but this mom and grandmother to be is definitely one of biggest helpers. >> whatever. you know what i'm
doing. i try to do the kinds of my heart is not to. oh, i did this or did that. i just want to take care of people each item deep into the shopping carts will soon make it into the hands of a child in need. when you hear the children had you want a thank you. >> smiles on their face in the appreciative. feel good. but behind each of these toys and every smile on the receiving end this labor of love is sparked by tears of pain and grief. it was back on may 24th 2019 that her cousin charles crutcher was murdered in oakland on his clothes that has. >> and pow's. a school close kids. for them for uniforms. and then he had. any on sunday had just stuff everywhere rate compared to go out in due to the kids and couldn't afford.
howard says the chalk as he was known to many. >> had his own tough journey in life. >> even though. >> you may have challenges in your life and things that have gone on. you can still be a good person. you can still someone that people can count on when need you. >> which is why she says she had to carry on his good deeds months after his murder. she hosted her very first toy drive for just a 100 children. >> but now what i want to do now is get myself to a place that i can do more than just toy drives. so i'm working towards that because i feel like i have a different purpose that actually doing that. i enjoy she says it's not only a way to honor her cousin who she says is never far away. >> but she says it's also another way for her to grieve his loss. she's now hoping that her tragedy can spark someone else's trial.
>> some days you'll be on my mind. and i just have to feel like i've just bright light me. and i just feel like i can conquer whatever. >> that was. jonathan mccall reporting that toy drive will be saturday at oaks market in oakland that starts at 1230 and lasts until the tours run out. howard is also accepting donations and you can find details on kron. 4 dot com. >> all right. let's talk warriors basketball. her needs to score 2, 3, pointers to break the nba record great allen holds the record 2000, 973 3 pointers curry has a chance to break its tonight, madison square garden against the next tried to do it last night against the indiana pacers. he failed. but the warriors narrowly won the game one. '02, to 100. here's curry on the weight of trying to eclipse ray allen. >> i'm enjoying the >> not on the doorstep. it's real, but it also. just let it
let it happen. one thing i in people basketball. so you think >> do. it is experience of >> on >> oracle record in their building tip-off tonight for the warriors next game anywhere for 30. alright, take another look at the forecast as we're looking live over the bay bridge toll plaza. as you see a break in the rain for now, kron for meteorologists. john trouble has more on tomorrow's right. >> a rainy past few days in the bay area. but for the sierra nevada, it was snowfall piling up. and even though that has tapered off now for lake tahoe look is what it's left with us this is diamond peak right here and that porch. well, the snow is just stacked up out there. beautiful day out there at the lake. of course you want to make sure that you're prepared for it as you're heading up
into the sierra crews will have a better chance to get those roadways plowed over the next few days. if you just want to head up this weekend. now, as far as the bay area goes. we also saw some snow this photo from our viewer windy adrian right here of the snow up in lake county at some of the higher elevations, right above clear. lake certainly was nice to see that dusting of snowfall across many of our peaks. that low pressure area ushered in with that. some really cold air. and that's why even as we worked our way into the afternoon. temperatures have remained as cool as they are today. now tonight we'll see a few clouds rolling in. but tomorrow should start nice and dry for your commute. we'll look at showers returning towards tomorrow afternoon. and some heavy rainfall at times towards the close of the day for the north bay on into your wednesday. thursday. morning starts with some heavy rainfall but moves out really quickly by the core of the morning commute and thursday friday into saturday will actually be a nice break from the rainfall and a break from the snowfall in the sierra nevada. winter storm warnings do remain in the sierra on intel. 10:00pm tonight. now as
far as temperatures go today. it's the 40's and 50's across the board today remains cool with burlingame at 54 degrees. one of the more mild spots compare that to morgan hill only at 44 degrees for the daytime high today east bay numbers range from the 40's in the tri valley to the 50's right along the east bay shoreline north bay temps mostly low 50's. yeah. bill stinson beach in point raise being your exceptions in the upper 40's a look ahead of next 7 days will temperatures certainly are changing much this forecast remains unsettled showers return tomorrow afternoon. lingering into early thursday, friday and saturday. we're dry before rain returns sunday night into monday. back to you.
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limited availability in select areas. honor for rapper megan thee stallion a sunday. she was awarded the 18th congressional district hero award that was in houston, texas. representative sheila jackson lee, presenting the award to the rapper whose real name is megan pete jackson says this award is not giving out very often and called it a special occasion. >> so what does >> the rapper got the award just a day after graduating from texas southern university with a bachelor's degree in health administration. a newly discovered comet call leonard
is going to be visible n% starting tonight through christmas. stay. if you want to try to spot, look to the western horizon about an hour after sunset leonard. they're warning is probably not very bright. you might need binoculars to really see it. astronomers say the comment comes around only once every 80,000 years before we sign off let's take a final look at the 7 day forecast. we're expecting more rain throughout the day tomorrow and thursday rain for the early morning commute before clearing out just in time for the weekend. the weekend looks pretty clear, at least at this point, clear of rain until about sunday night and then more showers are coming next week. it could be pretty chilly. also temperatures only in the 50's. all right. time now to check in with newsnation to see what they're working on tonight. >> there's good news and bad news. the good pfizer's covid pill works. the bad on the kron is here. but if treatments and vaccines
actually work, why should we worry that's on balance. here's dan abrams, thanks, leland. tonight on dan abrams live on news nation. doctor oz attacks the media for using his real name nemec instead of doctor. it is run for pennsylvania's senate, but isn't it relevant that the other candidates are being called by their names to that's tonight on dan abrams live. >> and you can find newsnation on the channels listed here. we've got more details on our website. kron 4 dot com. the news doesn't and hear our coverage continues at the top of the hour on the kron on app. here's a look at what's coming up. a new campaign trying to raise awareness about the covid vaccine with the african american community. it is called black and vaxxed and steph curry now only minutes away from trying to make history of tonight's game will have details. just use your phone to scan that qr code. it will take you right to the app store where you can download the kron on app free.
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