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continue that today but not looking for upper 90s unless you are way inland. the highs building in from the four corners but centered around colorado or new mexico, not over us. we have seen that in the past. warm to hot inland. fog, foggy for some around the coast and the bay. that will burn off sooner. tomorrow, this system to the west will sweep through and knock the edge off. thick morning fog, sunny and warmer for most. areas on the coast will stay in the 60s. that fog is on borrowed time. west, southwest breeze, travis, that's not strong. 55 in the city. 57 in alameda. 55 berkley. the moisture coming around the monsoon, feeding in to the central sierra. a few clouds from the south yesterday, maybe a repeat
performance but overall mostly sunny. 60s, 70s and 80s and 90s through the interior. a couple of issues. the east shore freeway, slowing on 80 westbound, coming out towards the right lane at ashby because of this truck accident that's been there since 1:45. they did tow the truck but the damage is done. look at the slow traffic. it was 60 minutes now 23 minutes to drive from carquinez to the mc arthur phase. they will open up the lanes because every minute that lane is taken pass, tracy triangle, westbound 205 and 580 are slow before you get to the problems in oakland.
monterey county, part of northbound highway 101 has re- opened after a deadly wrongway crash. it happened last night 11:50 p.m., one person was killed when a car was going the wrong way on the highway. the crash involved a big rig near 101 and hudson road, north of greenfield. we are waiting to get information from police, we will bring you that information as we get it. a man was killed and his wife injured after they were struck by a speeding car in season fran's tenderloin district on tailor and o ferrel in union square. >> reporter: good morning. a sad story. photos posted on social media show the couple had been at the museum of ice cream before the crash, three blocks from here. they were in the crosswalk behind me when a speeding tesla driver blew through a red light. here is video from the
aftermath of that collision. it happened after 2:00 p.m. police say the driver of the tesla was speeding north on tailor and blew struck a montec the tesla hit the man and a woman this the crosswalk and a parked car. the victims were taken to sf general hospital where the man was pronounced dead. he has been identified as 39 year old benjamin dean from cloveus. >> the solo driver was driving northbound on tailor and ran the red light at o ferrel and the montecito cooper traveling eastbound with the green light broadsided it. >> reporter: the drivers remained at the scene and the driver of the tesla was taken in to custody. she is 22 years old. police have not released her name. the woman rented the tesla ing
police in concord want your pickup truck driver involved in the hit and run crash where a motorcycle rider was killed. it happened yesterday morning in concord after midnight on concord boulevard at laudator way. first a motorcyclist crashed in to the back of a car he was trying to pass and ended up on the opposite side of the road. a dark colors pickup truck drove over the cyclist and the driver never stopped. witnesses rushed over to help but he died there. >> i can see the bike in the yard. pieces were everywhere. i could see the people this the middle of the street. >> the pickup truck probably has new front end damage. if you have information, call concord police. mc carthur tunnel is open
after a car caught fire. it happened around 12:30 yesterday afternoon. the tunnel was evacuated and all lanes of traffic were stopped for a while. hef smoke could be seen coming from the tunnel but no one was hurt. a mountain lion crossing highway 29 caused a crash that injured 9 people it happened before 10:30 friday night near lake port. chp says a driver hit the mountain lion and swerved in to an suv. four people were flown to the hospital with major injuries. five others treated for less serious injuries. the mountain lion was killed on impact. san jose townson park neighborhood, people are home after evacuated following several explosions. the people at a townhouse complex near sierra said they smelled natural gas and heard loud banging noises coming from the pool house where the pool heater and other equipment are stored. emergency crews were called ins they turned off the gas and the electric before repairs were
made. no injuries have been reported. robert mueller is set to testify before congress on wednesday. muller be asked to describe what he found during his investigation in to russian e hex interference before election interference. >> he is essentially unindicted coconspirator. >> watch live coverage of robert mueller's testimony on wednesday morning. it will air live and uninterrupted on ktvu plus and ktvu.com. iran still detaping a
british oil tanker that the iranian navy seized in the strait of hormuz. the teenager is at a dock with the iranian flag on it, seized by iran's revolutionary guards on friday. that was retaliation for the british capturing an iranian tanker two weeks earlier. the trump administration says despite the aggressive actions the united states is ready to sit down with iranian leaders and negotiate. >> these are not the untry that headed in the right direction but we and discuss these items with us. >> iran has been pressure b european leaders to offer more economic support to compensate for sanctions from the u.s. but many u.s. lawmakers say iran's actions are only uniting the world against iran. tonight congresswoman annie issue is scheduled to speak about her visit to migrant
detention centers on the u.s. boarder with mexico. she will appear at the mountain view community center at 7:00 this evening. she visited detention centers in texas on july 13 and met with immigrant families and board ore officials. admission to the town hall is free but already at capacity with limited space left. she represents mountain view, las altos and palo alto. wear life vests and take precautions after 30 people had to be rescued over the weekend. none were seriously hurt and according to sacramento b, none were using the proper type of raft and many were not wearing live vests. >> i warned a guy because the kid didn't have a life vest on. i said the rangwear a vest. the guy goes okay, thank you and they just floated off. >> people should watch out for get easily snagged on.
a new report raises questions about oakland and sanctuary city policy, up next what the report says about thousands of people deported during an 8-year period. a wedding moment now gone viral. the reaction president trump got when he crashed a wedding over the weekend. good morning, we have east shore troubles because of a truck that went off the road. the truck is still there, they are trying to get it out. the damage is done here. 80 westbound, not handling this very well. looks like eastbound 80, there is something blocking all the lanes good thing. we will let you know what is happening coming up. our weather is good if you like it warmer. we will explain coming up. choosing my car insurance was the easiest decision ever.
bridge to the mc arthur maze. we will checking back in with sal and watching breaking news from boston. there was an 8-alarm fire that happened overnight at a 120- year-old building that houses several businesses. hours after the fire started, firefighters still don't know where the fire started. >> the building was a little over 13,000 square feet. very cut up, one of the problems we made it in to the basement, we were running in of the fire. the decision was made to pull everybody out. >> one firefighter was taken to the hospital and treated for an injury to his arm. no one else was hurt. new this morning, equifax reached a multimillion dollars settlement with the trade commission over the 2017 data
breach. if approved by a federal district court, equifax will have to pay a fine. protestersers in san francisco are calling for the shutdown of immigration camps. first you're unitarian gathered to pay tribute to the children who died at detention camps over the past year. the trump administration has been criticized for conditions at facilities along the southern border. there are reports of the centers being overcrowded with inadequate food and supplies. happening today, climate change will be the topic when san francisco supervisor rafael mendelman holds a hearing about how to deal with it. the focus will be on a report offering ideas for reducing greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2030.
earlier this year, the supea resolution to declare climate change and emergency. that hearing starts at 1:30 this afternoon, it will be at san francisco city hall. . a large part of the country has been suffering with extremely high temperatures but may get a break today. temperatures have been topping 90 degrees through the midwest and along the east coast. today, cooler weather is this the forecast. cooler storms caused damage to the midwest and severe thunderstorms could bring flash flooding and damaging winds to the northeast today. new harvey mipeek. at the dedication ceremony, the choir from glide memorial church sang, the $2.4 billion harvey milk terminal honors the
late san francisco supervisor and his work for lgbtq rights. he was e leapted to the board of supervisors in 19 p 7 and assassinated in 1978. >> almost he served less than 11 short months on the board of supervisors, he had a tremendous impact. >> this week 9 gates will open in the new harvey milk terminal. terminal 1 is rebuilt in stages and 25 gates when it is open, scheduled to happen in 2023. a recent report is looking in to which jobs have the highest job satisfaction. the answer is high risk service related profession. firefighters have the highest job satisfaction, the report looked at how professionals get ahead and make money and give back. pediatricians, communications professors and guidance counselors report high job satisfaction. when it comes to low job satisfaction, mail clerks and
telemarketers rounds out the bottom. we have a major traffic problem this morning, sal is back, the east shore freeway. >> that's right. this truck there since 1:45 is still or at least the accident is still blocking the right lane. they have just removed it. i'm trying to figure it out. it looks like the truck is gone and maybe the flairs are being allowed to burn out because on the right hand side there is something going on. it's a 30-mine carquinez bridge to the mc arthur maze. this time of the morning it usually takes half that. this is obviously having an impact on the commute. hopefully this will start easing up because it's going to be a tough one heading out towards the mc arthur maze and to the bay bridge. gilroy to san jose, no major issues this morning driving up in to san jose. no problems driving in to the valley. other than that, we are still
looking okay in the east bay. if you are going to the bay bridge, it's doing okay so far. it's because people are stuck on the east shore and not getting through. let's bring steve in with today's forecast. mostly clear, thick fog but it's going to burn off rapidly because the high is building in, already temperatures in the 60s for some. it won't take long to get in to the 90s. santa rosa 51. rivermore and sap jose 63 degrees. 89 santa rosa. oak land 3 above. livermore 93 normal is 89. san jose is 84. that where you should be. the high has been centered around colorado or new mexico for a long time. occasionally it builds in and that's what is happening and squashs the fog and starts the inland temperatures warming up. we saw a hint of that yesterday. that will continue today and funnels in high clouds. the flow from the south, upper
air flow, that brought in high and mid level clouds yesterday. wouldn't be surprised if that happens today. more likely in the afternoon, though. see that fog there. it doesn't have much of a chance. on shore breeze, it's not that windy but it is westerly or southwesterly for the delta. mill valley is 52. redwood city is 61 degrees. 67 tracgrove. bodega bay -- wood acre, 1400 feet, 64. indication of the warm air aloft and inversion. point rays buoy and san francisco, up a little bit, since friday. 55 in truckee. maybe today will be the day that reno has their first 100-
degree day. they are well past the usual mark of when that happens and today looks like that first 100- degree day. a heat advisory in the mountains. it will be toasty warm to hot up there. on the western edge, see the moisture streaming around. the monsoon funneling in to phoenix, albuquerque. temperatures santa clara valley, morgan hill, gilroy, san jose 84. little cooler tomorrow, not that big of a deal. warmest day is wednesday, dropping those temperatures thursday and friday, warm up on the weekend. time is 5:20 coming up,, bugs used as weapons. why members of congress want to know if the government tried to turn ticks in to biological weapons decades ago. why president trump is offering help to an men rapper being
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court justice john paul stevens will lie this repose this morning in the great hall of the supreme court where he served for nearly 35 years. the court will be open for the public to pay respects. steven is the leader of the liberal wing and retired in 2010 and died from a stroke last week at his florida home at the age of 99. stevens funeral and burial will take place tomorrow at arlington national cemetery. lawmakers are call for an investigation this to whether ticks were weaponnizzed and if the pentagon is to blame and whether expirements conducted by the u.s. government could have spread lime disease in the u.s. it is spread by infected deer ticks and if not treated could lead to neurolanguage call damage. lime disease affects 300,000 americans every year. >> they ex-permented on ticks that could live in cold climates for campaign against the russians.
the house added amendment to the defense authorization act requiring the pentagon to investigate whether the weaponized ticks got loose but lit die unless the senate votes to keep it in the 2020 bill. swedish prosecutors have until thursday to decide if they will charge american rapper, a sap rocky for a fight in sock home. he and three other people were involved in the fight. one person was beaten and cut with broken bottles. the rap ser facing inhumane and sit, all them, including asap rocky, in solitaire confinement for 23 consecutive hours. >> this weekend president trump said he offered to personally vouch for asap rocky's bail and said he is working with the swedish prime minister to
secure his release. coming up, an east bay deli owner facing a backlash. the messages he posted on social media that is getting criticism from the community. puerto rico's governor is refusing to step down as hundreds of thousands show up to protest. what he says he will do at the end of his term. we have slow traffic because of earlier things, 80 westbound, ashby, looks like we have slowing here at ashby avenue because of an it's makin shore freeway. high pressure is your fair weather friend if you like it
welcome back. monday morning, july 22nd, i'm dave clark. >> i'm allie rasmus in for pam cook. we have steve paulson with us to give us a look at our weather forecast. it's going get warmer, cooler, warmer again? that's about right. you have been listening. thank you. today will be one of the warmer days as the fog is being compressed. it's going to burn off sooner. what is that building sticking out? that's a new building. 51 to 6 be, san san jose, right
there, you don't far to find above normal temperatures. oak land and san francisco and santa rosa above. that's the pattern. couple of days where it's below and above. today is one of those above days for many. temperatures are bumping up to low and mid-90s. it's the difference between the high building in or a system in the pacific northwest. today is high funnels in high clouds. in the mountains good thunderstorm activity popping up. on-shore breeze, not a wind but a breeze. 50s, 60s on the temperatures. seeing these head out of the gate rapidly. mid-60s for some. low 60s for others. the monsoon moisture works up. fog burns off, it will be sunny. 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. it is going to be slower on
80 westbound from richmond to oakland. let's start in vellejo, solano county commute, that looks all right. as you head down farther you can see the slow traffic begins in richmond, heading towards the mc arthur maze because of an -- macarthur maze because of an earlier truck crash. the crash has been removed. vehicles with flashing lights on the shoulder. all the nes are okay as you drive through the area and you can see that traffic is still very thick. all the lanes ll plaza filled in, backed up to the oakland overcrossing. back to the desk. robert mueller is scheduled to testify before a congressional committee on
tuesday. doug luzader joins us live where democrats and republicans are gearing up for a contentious hearing. >> reporter: this is the most anticipated hearing we have seen around here in a long time. he waved but president trump did not answer questions as he returned to the white house from a weekend in new jersey. while this could be a week, he suggested on friday, that he wasn't all that interested in what robert mueller had to say. won't be watching mueller. >> reporter: he maybe about the only one around the congress to exactly what he found in his lengthy investigation in to the russian election interference. the democrats want to counter the claims that the report cleared him of russia and obstructing justice. >> we want the american people to hear from robert mueller what his investigation found. the president and the attorney
general and others spent the last few months systematically lying to the american people about what the investigation found. >> this is about television and educating the american public through television. they don't expect anything new to come out. it's about stoking impeachment. >> the republicans are not forgot about where this investigation started. this are going to be questions about what he did and didn't say and how this started. people will find out answers this week on that. >> reporter: robert mueller did make one thing clear, before congress. watch live coverage of robert mueller's testimony on i ktvu.com and live updates on mornings on 2. the top stories, a 22 year olugd hter charges, accused of running a red light and
crashing in to a couple visiting san francisco, killing one of them. police say a man and woman were walking in the crosswalk when a speeding tesla hit them this the intersection. the man died at the scene and the woman suffered life threatening injuries. bliss in concord want your help to track down a pickup truck driver involved in a hit and run where a motorcycle rider was killed. the cyclist crashed in to the back of the car and ended up on the opposite side of the road. a dark colored pickup truck drove over the cyclist and the the mayor of berkley will give state of the city address. sara zendehnam is live and tells us what we can expect to hear. >> reporter: good morning. we have reached out to mayor jesse and hoping to get more information about exactly what he will be talking about in his address today. his website does a good job of
outlining what his visions are. from ting long- addressing the homeless crisis, to giving low income families access to education. those are some of the many issues the mayor says he is tackling. the mayor says his plan tonight is to highlight the work the city accomplished over the last year and talk about the initialtives they will prioritize for the future. council has been busy making changes especially this summer. last week they voted to eliminate gender specific words from the municipal code. council members voted in favor of a ban on natural gas and new construction making berkley the first city in the country to do so. berkley could follow in san francisco's foot steps with a possible ban on the use of facial recognition software. we don't know if the mayor will touch on the topics but those are moves making an impact this the city. the address starts at 6:00 tonight at shotgun player. this is a ticketed event. if you don't have a ticket, live stream the address.
sara zendehnam, ktvu fox 2 news. today in puerto rico, hundreds of thousands of protesters are expected to take over one of the busiest highways there to call for the mayor to resign. protesters are angry about an offensive group chat that was leaked and allegations of corruption. >> reporter: despite days of proest it is, to the embattled governor saying he will not step down. he did announce sunday he will not be seeking re-election. >> i'm aware of the dissatisfaction and uneasiness that you feel. i made mistakes and apologized. >> reporter: in the same video message, telling the people he will resign from his political party presidency and ready to face impeachment proceedings which are underway.
legislative assembly whichly e truth and strength and in a responsible manner. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands of puerto ricans have been demanding his resignation. triggered by the release of 900 pages of fencive group chat messages between him and 11 members of his administration, coupled with discontent over the corruption and lack of services after hurricane maria. they vow to continue the protest until he resigned. resigns. protesters clashed with police in how long con over an extra disbill. they threw bottles and bricks at police. millions of people taken to the streets of hong kong to protest a bill that would allow people who live there to radited to stand trial in china. hong kong leader suspended that bill but refused to offiuk are expected to choose that
country's next prime minister tomorrow. johnston is expected win the contest to replace outgoing prime minister teresa may. he said he would take a tougher approach to brexit negotiations. time is now 5:38, back here at home, the owner of a deli in the east bay facing backlash after making a controversial post on facebook. johncas insa who owns the brooklyn heros in clayton posted the on his personal page saying, meatballs made with beef today, in case we offend any of our overly sensitive pork haters and said tree side when you say send her back, a c send her back about omar. their page is flooded with negative reviews.
this said hate is not an men value, please do not patronize this business, our country is a melting pot and sad to see such hatred being spread. choose to support local businesses that want to unite our country and not divide. we have a choice to where we spend our money. some pop say they will continue to support the deli and its owner and cas insa responded on facebook. >> i apologize to my family and those closest to me. shame on you to all who blew this out of proportion. >> kand that video. a no racism rally was planned for saturday by the bay human rights advocates. organizers say it was postponed because they were getting
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cubs. yesterday the giants closed out a series against the new york mets, they were down early until zack green hit an rbi double. it was his major league debut. the game was tied at 2. a pitch was called a strike. he grounded out then he really blew up at the umpire. here he comes. pa lard was kicked out of the game. the game would go to extra innings tied at 2. in the 12th inning, mike, to the plate, he has a chance to be the hero of the game. >> 3-2 pitch. here it is. lifted to left. hit well. >> it was a walk off homer for the grandson of baseball legend. 3-2. tonight's game starts at 6:45 at oracle park. the oakland a's continued
their road trip after a weekend in minnesota against the twins. yesterday minnesota jumped out to a big 4-le josh cut the lead in half with a two-run homer. in the 8th inning, a's tied at 5 with a chris herman double. this the bottom of the 9th, the twins won the game on a walk off single right there. a's lost 7- 6. a. s are headed to houston, playing the astros tonight. as we were saying earlier, ice is accused of violating the city of oakland's sanctuary city policy after a report came out claiming ice used oak land international airport to deport thousands of detained immigrants. cristina rendon is at oakland airport right now. >> reporter: good morning to you, dave. oakland has made it very clear,
sit a sanctuary city, when we reached out to the mayor's office, a spokesperson said this is of great issue. the bay area news group reports between 2010-2018, u.s. immigration and customs enforcement chartered nearly 1000 flights in and out of oakland international airport. in all, nearly 43,000 people were moved through the airport during that time and of that group, in early 27,000 people were to be deported and 16,000 reportedly transferred to holding facilities. there is concern this morning from people in the community about whether or not this activity violated oas sanctuary tywhat level of cooperation our cities and counties and governments are going to have policies violating human rights. individuals moved out of the country and denied the opportunity to speak to attorneys or access to council
are having their rights violated. >> reporter: a spokesman for the hay yore says they are looking in to the activity to try and understand it and address it. the mayor spoke out about the fact oakland is a sanctuary city that it has sanctuary status welcoming and protecting all immigrants and the port of oakland oversees the airport. these were private flights chartered and they leased the runway from the port of oakland for this type of work and activity. this morning we are hearing from ice. we understand an ice spokesman said they made the decision to discontinue these chartered flights out of oakland in october of person didn't elaborate as to why. we are waiting to hear from the oak land airport itself, it has not commented. we understand that could change later on today. if it does happen we will bring that information to you. cristina rendon, ktvu fox 2
news. we are approaching that peak time in the morning commute. sal castaneda has been watching the traffic. have things improved on the east shore freeway? >> they have. the commute is a little better because they opened it up. we will get to that in a moment. we have to look at the tracy commute because the tracy commute is very slow. 25, 580, traffic is going the be slow. we had an earlier crash here. if you are on 205s it's going to be a tough commute for you. tougher than normal coon the ro to livermore it looks okay, pleasanton and continuing towards the 238 interchange. this is a look at interstate 880 and that traffic is doing okay. no problems at the bay it's cleared. traffic is recovwith today's weather. a rather low fog bank.
dense fog being reported and you can see it there. it is going to burn off sooner today. 51 to 63s livermore and san jose. the high parked over colorado, new mexico for the longest times is building towards the west. that's going to allow temperatures to start warming up inland. we started that yesterday. it looks like reno may hit their first 100-degree high of the year. it's been rather mild to warm but not hot, hot. south lake tahoe, truckee and reno. heat advisory out up there. moisture streams and that high. some of that did sneak in yesterday. the fog is on the coast. on shore breeze, this is just high pressure, there is no offshore breeze or anything like that. 50s, 60s on the temperatures on the peninsula, mid-50s, upper 5s, freemont and union city.
54 woodside. 56 san carlos. 56 san francisco temperature. 53 bodega bay. see the circulation around the high, visiting albuquerque, bringing in the monsoon moisture. that favors the sierra, on the lee side. for us, after the fog, sunny to mostly sunny, 60s, 70s, 80s. interior, you will get 90s. these are just a little bit above am for this time of year. maybe down shift a teeny bit tuesday, back up on wednesday. level it off and cooler friday. the weekend now, looks warmer, dave. a car chase that looked like something out of a movie. coming up, check this out, details of the chp's encounter with the joker during a wild freeway chase. to the town of paradise, more signs of progress after the devastating wild fires, up next, what it took to re-open that pool that had been filled
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public swimming pool in the town of paradise has re-opened 8 months after the campfire almost destroyed the whole town. firefighters used their water hoses to refill the pool with clean water. it had been filled with debris the past several months since the big fire. the campfire also destroyed the pool's snack shack. it has to be rebuilt. we are get an update from the conservationist, the man swimming from hawaii hie to san about the plastic liter in the ocean. he is swimming through what is known on the vortex of the great pacific garbage patch and his goal is to cover 300 300 nautical miles. yesterday we contacted him via skype from his boat halfway between hawaii and san
francisco. >> two days ago i went swimming, you had three whales with a baby passing by and then an hour after thats you have a big piece of net and a floating net and trash floating. that's the day that we collected the most plastic. you have the two worlds living together. >> he hopes to arrive in san francisco around labor day. the marvel movie avengers end game is officially the highest grossing movie of all time. disney says that movie brought in $2.79 billion at the global box office since opening, topping avatar's record of 2.78 billion. now that disney acquired fox it now owns avatar in the upcoming
sequels. sam la cardo getting a taste of hollywood. he had a brief cameo on the hbo show silicon valley. in a post on facebook, he is seen meeting with the cast members of sail con valley. we are not sure where he is playing himself but he did reveal his appearance will be on episode one of the show's 6th and final season. the last season of silicon valley is expected to premier later this year. 5:56, tainted alcohol concerns in a central american country. the warning after 19 people have died in recent months and the protests in the bay area over conditions at immigration camps along the border. we have a problem in hayward, the northbound 880, tenson road, most of the freeway is shutdown in the northbound direction. people on the southbound direction are slowing to take a look. this is a big traffic issue for
the hayward commute. we will give you a report coming up at the top of the hour. our pattern has a lot of low clouds, i mean low. it's on the grounds, going to burn off sooner. inland temperatures, high clouds. i will show you what is in store for the monday high temperatures. so that early retirement we planned. it's going ok? great. now i'm spending more time with the kids. i'm introducing them to crab. crab!? they love it. so, you mentioned that that money we set aside. yeah. the kids and i want to build our own crab shack.
a man was hit and killed, his wife remains in the hospital. we will have an update on the deadly crash. a backlash over a controversial post on social media, what the owner of a deli in clayton posted that has the mayor and other people upset. good morning. i'm allie rasmus in for pam cook. >> i'm dave clark. let's get to steve paulson, he knows your forecast. a little warm erinland. warmer inland. higher clouds around. most of that favors the sierra. the fog is on the deck today. indication of warm air aloft, the inversion, high compressing that fog. it is not making the push that
it did, 50s to 60s on the temperatures. inland temperatures hot morgan hill, in the 90s. palo alto, san jose, the 80s. oakland 75. san francisco, pacifica and santa cruz, 60s and 70s. temperatures because of the high building in funneling in moisture. tomorrow looks like the low might bump the high out a little bit. plenty of fog on the coast. there is an on shore breeze, 50s, 60s on your temperatures. gilroy 53. 52 santa cruz. see the circulation around the high. this favors inland areas by far than the coast. they will get this to the 80s and 90s. coast and bay 60s