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♪ ♪ comcast business is connecting thousands of banks to technology that turns everyday transactions into extraordinary experiences. hi there. how are you? do you have any lollipops in there? (laughing) no, sorry. we're helping all kinds of businesses go beyond customer expectations. how can we help you? >> this is the 10:00 news on ktvu fox 2. we begin tonight with an incredible story of survival. the palo alto couple missing for eight days is now found alive. >> ian's survival is a miracle, we are ecstatic for the family. >> search and rescue crews prepared for the worst but their efforts paid off today when they found that couple alive in rugged terrain. a 77-year-old carol kiparsky
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and a 72-year-old ian irwin went to the valentine's day hike and when they got lost on the trail because it got dark. >> the couple was found about three miles from their rental home in inverness.>> attend: 10 saturday morning the radio call came into search and rescue that the missing couple, carol and ian, have been found alive, found by a volunteer and a rescue dog. >> about halfway up we hear voices, thought it was another team but then they started yelling help. we looked at each other and were like that is them. >> the couple was found off the trail and it drainage area covered in extremely dense vegetation. groot was able to make it to the couple first but it was impossible to get the couple out. >> there were no jackets, i
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know carol was found without shoes. it sounds like they may have fallen at some point but th. >> volunteer webster gave all of his gear to ian to keep him warm. a rescue helicopter was dispatched immediately to the couple and they were airlifted out of the area. later they were both taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital. >> they are doing okay, they were suffering from slight hypothermia, and in speaking with carol and ian, the reason they are most likely alive is because they were drinking from a puddle that they found near where they were located. >> the marin councouple was found 3 to 4 hours walk from the pierce point road. at one point carol tried to make it out to get help but the vegetation was too difficult to walk through.
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>> from what it sounds like, they thought this was the end for them, and thankfully all the folks you see behind me are as dedicated as they are, because without them they most likely would not have made it. >> the couple was found in an area that hadn't been previously searched because family members told rescue crews they did not think they'd be out that far, about three miles away from their airbnb. we are told that both of them are in good spirits and they are expected to make a full recovery. in fact we are told that ian was singing when he saw the helicopter arrived. now to the race for the white house, bernie sanders declaring victory in the nevada caucuses today. so far he has about the vote. joe biden in second place with 21%. pete buttigieg in third with 14%. sanders hoping to ride the wave of support to california and
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other states for super tuesday. nevada was the first test to see if his appeal would hold up in a more diverse estate following a strong showing in new hampshire. but the big test is just over a week away, greg ligands is here with more on the part of the story.>> super tuesdays march 3, it's a really important day because more than a dozen states will be holding presidential primaries. right now, leading up to that day, omentum is clearly with bernie sanders. >> bernie sanders fresh of his wish when in nevada, the lone star state is one of more than a dozen states where the vermont senator continues to rely on his ground game. >> what we showed is that our volunteers are prepared to knock on hundreds and hundreds of thousands of doors. no campaign has a grassroots movement like we do, which is another reason why we are going to win this election. >> some california polling places are already accepting super tuesday ballots.
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city hall in daly city, one of six polling places to open for early voting saturday is among what will be more than 40 locations in san mateo county. this young man, voting for the first time, says he's undecided but leaning towards sanders. >> he seems pretty genuine when he's talking about social justice and when he's talking about college and loans and things like that. >> a new california primary poll conducted by the university of massachusetts has sanders ahead in the golden state at 24%, followed by elizabeth warren and joe biden at 16 and 13. buttigieg and bloomberg trail behind, tied at 12%. sanders may be the front runner but it's the senator in second who has the support of these women. >> i am a policy person and i really like that she understands the policies, she has good ideas and she understands how to actually implement them.
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>> i think it's very disappointing that the media is giving her less attention. it becomes a self reinforcing cycle around all, well she's a woman and therefore not electable and we will not pay much attention to her. >> indeed sanders is a certainly getting a lot of attention with his successful performances. but if someone else is going to rise to the top of the heap it will likely take place on super tuesday. in addition to a clear front runner likely emerging, it's also a day where we will probably see some campaigns come to an end. >> so the president obviously polarizing and the democrats hope that the party gets out to vote, but what are people telling you about voting on super tuesday? >> the toughest thing about my night was finding people who intended to vote. i would say it was probably 12:1 of nonvoters to voters. so a lot of people told me point blank, i'm not voting on tuesday. >> greg, thank you so much. stomach the wife of tom stier
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hosted a breakfast in conversation with women of color in oakland today. the topics focused on economic inequality in bridging the gap. she said her husband has a long history of fighting social and economic injustice. >> right now the economy is working for about 90 to 95% of americans, tom is a very strong business person who understands how to make the economy work for everybody. we need to hear from them about the specifics to make his platform even stronger.>> this event took place at taylor memorial methodistt leading up day at mcclymonds high school testing for a cancer-causing chemical that cause the school to close. tce was found in the
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groundwater under the school. today experts in toxic materials and environmental health took dozens of samples at 50 locations throughout the school buildings. officials say the preliminary results found no evidence of tce in the air. the school scheduled to remain closed on monday. the district says they are working to get students back in class for tuesday or wednesday. we go down to southern california, and a deadly rollover wreck, tour bus somehow losing control and careening down an embankment flipping notable times. the horrific crash leaving three people dead, 18 others injured. several passengers thrown from the bus. we were told the vehicle is not equipped with seatbelts. the accident happened at around 10:30 on the south side of the interstate. marylee mohr has more on the crash invests learned so far. >> reporter: a deadly crash leaving this bus upside down, caught in the vegetation on this hillside after rolling over several times on
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interstate 15 s. around 10:20 am, eventually going over the side of the embankment. >> it lost control for reasons we are still trying to figure out. there was active rain at the time. the vehicle lost control, veered to the right, traversed the shoulder and eventually overturned, ejecting multiple parties. >> at least three people died at the scene, and 18 others were taken to local hospitals. the location where the bus landed made it tricky for first responders, forcing crews to stabilize the bus, keeping it from slipping further down the hill before they able to rescue people still trip inside. hours after the crash, they were still working to gain full access to the bus and remove one of the bodies. >> given the terrain and weather conditions, it's going to take some heavy rescue type of operations in order to be able to move the bus and get it in a position where it's safe to allow the coroner and highway patrol to be able to extricate that body. >> we are told the driver of
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the bus survived with minor injuries and was cooperating. the crash prompted massive traffic delays on 15 southbound as authorities evaluated the crash site. a trail of debris was left behind in the path where the bus had rolled before coming to rest on the slope. >> this is the type of scene that our officers have to respond to. it's when they will probably not forget. >> investigators say the bus was traveling from los angeles to villa cedro. storming out to the coronavirus, and an update on the diamond princess cruise passengers still in quarantine. anyone who tests positive for coronavirus cannot stay on base. some will need a hospital care, and those who are not sick enough to need to be hospitalized will have to be isolated until the infection is cleared. the developmental center in southern california was being discussed as a possible option but costa mesa filed an
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emergency restraining order to block the use of that facility. ibrahim is the transfer before a hearing that is scheduled on monday at 2 pm. coming up, it's a win for immigration advocates, the court ruling him into make detention centers more humane. and how today's news could mean a curry come back very soon. stomach plus, tragedy in new orleans, the accident that killed a man at this year's mardi gras parade. and and weather, bit of a cooldown with scattered low clouds tonight. we will let you know if that then continues into your 7 day forecast with more changes setting up next week. fighting climate change
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isn't just about polar bears. we're fighting for our lives, we're fighting for clean air and clean water. that's why i wrote the law to send billions from polluters to communities suffering the most. and only one candidate for president was with us back then, and he's still fighting for us, pledging to make clean air and clean water a right for everyone, regardless of your zip code. that's the truth. that's tom steyer. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
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now to developing news in san jose, pedestrian died after being struck by a car. this accident happened at around 7:00 tonight at the area of the centro street in brooklyn avenue. two pedestrians were hit while crossing the street in a crosswalk. both taken to the hospital but the woman died a short time later. authorities say the man has life-threatening injuries. the driver by the way is cooperating with the investigation. tragedies night in new orleans, men struck and killed by afloat during one of the city's iconic mardi gras parades. the remainder of the parade
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canceled after the incident. the remaining floats and groups were not allowed to continue. on wednesday a woman runover also by afloat during a pre- mardi gras parade. city officials are already talking about banning that type of float in future parades. hundreds of people marched through the streets of a german city today in a show of solidarity with the nine people killed in a mass shooting earlier this week. the march was in a frankfurt suburb where a man went on a shooting rampage at you hookah bars on monday night, nine people were fatally shot before the gunman killed himself. police say the suspect was linked to a far right extremist group. it was the third far right attack in germany in just a few months. candida is affiliated with iran's revolutionary guard appeared to have secured a majority in parliamentary elections. voting started yesterday and early results show conservative hardliner candidates have captured 83 seats in city
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villages. the strong results are a blow to the more moderate politicians who have faced setbacks after the drawdown of the 2015 nuclear agreement with the u.s. immigration rights advocates are praising the court ruling this week that aims to improve what many call inhumane conditions that holding facilities at the southern border. jonathan hunt explains what the judges decisions mean. >> this is one of the photographs used in evidence in this case, showing migrants being held in a u.s. customs and border detection processing facility in 2015. in conditions the migrants and advocacy groups call inhumane. district court judge david barry agreed, ruling that cdp cannot hold any migrant it attains longer than 48 hours, unless cbp provides conditions of confinement that meet basic human needs for sleeping in a bed with a blanket, a shower, food that meets acceptable
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dietary standards, water, and medical assessments performed by a medical professional. the ruling only of plies to cbp's arizona sector and makes it a preliminary injunction, the same issued in 2016 that requires cbp to provide a clean massive blankets to migrants held longer than 12 hours. an attorney for the national immigration law center, one of the groups that brought the case call the court decision a tremendous victory for communities everywhere. fighting courageously to uphold human dignity and the rights enshrined in our constitution. government lawyers argue that the facilities in question are not subject to constitutional minimums in terms of treatment of detainees because they are s than detention centers. former acting immigration and customs enforcement director also argues that it is simply a
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question of resources a. >> when the facility is billed for 100 people and you've got 600 people there, you've got to do the best you can. what normally would be a quick turnover emma turns into a longer detention. >> a spokesman for customs and border protection told us by email today that the agency is reviewing the court ruling. another day has gone by with no rain. this is what the scene look like at the golden gate bridge earlier this evening. you can see that there are some clouds but we still haven't seen a drop of rain this month. mark joins us with a look at the forecast. when you look at the radar map you seem a system to that north and to the south in the southern california but we are stuck in the middle, bone dry. >> is like a big shield surrounding the area. there is a storm in the pacific but it's not moving here.
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you can see the enhanced cloud cover, with this one the system heading towards southern california. for us it's a winter dry stretch. our last rainfall was january 28. 25 days for today, and this will continue into tomorrow and next week. the rest of the month, if we are right, will be dry. highs for today, the biggest change for today, we definitely cooled off. especially for a place like pacifica, they were close to 70, san francisco was 70 when yesterday, today 59. santa rosa topped out at 56, and here is the satellite and radar. we once had high hopes that this would bring us some shower actit toward arizona. for this, we have a pretty good onshore breeze.
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current numbers, lots of the 40s, santa rosa 45, san francisco at 51 and san jose 52. the winds have been a factor, there is still a bit of a breeze out there. sfo, that is a gust at 24 miles an hour, some areas have a calm wind, but still a bit of a freeze out toward bay shoreline. some scattered low clouds for tonight along with some fog. overnight lows in the upper 30s to the 40s. starting out with some great tomorrow morning. temperatures will wind upper 50s and 60s with increasing sunshine during the afternoon hours. coming up we will talk more about the five day forecast. we are also talking about another big warming trend heading our way. three homes on the peninsula is this weekend and police say there might be a crime connection. plaza gate didn't protect
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one community from criminals, they burglarized 32 cars. and a famous face in san francisco, what oprah shared with thousands of people at chase center today.
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growing up in a family that struggled economically powerfully influenced my values. bernie sanders he's fighting to raise wages. and guarantee health care for all. now, our country is at a turning point. hard working people, betrayed by trump, struggling to survive. in this moment, we need a fighter. bernie sanders. we know he'll fight for us as president because he always has. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message.
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grand now we have to deal withed us climate change is an emergency. that's why i wrote the nation's most progressive climate law. and that's why i'm endorsing tom steyer. because when big oil tried to stop our clean air laws, he led us to victory. same with the keystone pipeline. when tom says we can save the world and do it together believe him. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. new at 10, more than 30 people who live in a secondary apartment complex wake up to find their cars burglaries,
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windows broken and shattered glass left behind. our reporter talked to victims and shows us the damage. >> reporter: alondra parked his black bmw outside of his parents house last night. >> brother came out and was like hey, someone broke into your car. >> pieces of the window are shattered on the ground, tiny shards of glass cover the passenger seat. his brothers window was also smashed. his family's cars and truck have been broken into seven times in the last two years. >> it hurts more now that it's my car. >> i was upset for sure, i thought this was a safe neighborhood. >> derek lives right down the street, two cars outside of his house were broken into as well. >> my housemate woke up first and found that his car was broken into.>> the thieves didn't just target the neighborhood. elk grove police say more than 30 cars were broken into here
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at the stone lake apartment community. >> it can happen anywhere, really. it can happen at any beautiful complex. >> alejandra was staying with his fiancie, his car wasn't one of the 32 that was broken into last night. >> my car is good, and i'm happy for that. >> maurkice, who has lived in the apartment complex for four years, said his car was fine this time but was hit in the past.>> a couple of weeks before christmas, just got the kids a few gifts, we left them in there. >> neighbors say there is supposed to be security at the apartments and in the neighborhood. after this recent string of break-ins, they hope to see more patrol. police are looking for the person who broke into three homes in hillsboro. the first break and happen on down would lean on friday night.
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they then burglarized a home on farr lane between 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. then the same person reportedly broke into another home sometime before 1:30 pm today. police have evidence connecting the same person to all three crimes but did not publicly reveal the evidence. starting today, changes to som their more popular transit lines. they hope to improve rave liability and reduce crowding. lines include j, n, and the 38 aex and 38 bx. all metro lines will be served by bus overnight and before underground stations open. she is 98 years old, she had a stroke and now she is back to work.>> i can't believe that i reached this age.
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>> up next, betty tells us why she still has hope for the future. plus, is your technology spying on you? specifically, smart speakers. the new report that is enough to give us all pause. wall street banks took advantage of millions of americans during the recession. so, my wife kat and i took action. we started a non-profit community bank with a simple theory - give people a fair deal and real economic power. invest in the community. in businesses owned by women and people of color. in affordable housing. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson politicians in washington could use right now. i'm tom steyer, and i approve is
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this is a stodream.the american it starts here, in a middle class neighborhood with a middle class kid named mike. class neigbreadwinner.h a middle she instilled in mike
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a belief in hard work and a drive to build a better life. so he started a company from scratch with an idea and endless hours- today, that makes him the only democrat in the race who's created 20,000 jobs. he's the only democrat who's run the largest and most diverse city in america, rebuilding after 9-11, creating over 450,000 jobs and expanding health care coverage to 700,000 people. the only democrat who's built a grassroots movement to combat gun violence and he's a leader combatting climate change. the only democrat who's never taken a penny from special interests. now mike is running to deliver on the american dream for everyone with common sense solutions and the ability to get it done. because mike bloomberg is the only democrat who can take on trump. and trump knows it. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
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yes, he is not popular, oprah winfrey are in the chase center as part of her motivational tour, the event entitled oprah's 2020 vision, your life and focus, kicked off to a near sellout crowd. oprah has been going across the country sharing her personal triumphs and challenges. >> thank you for giving yourself , this is about you today, giving yourself a full day, just to focus on you. on what your vision, because it's 2020 vision, what your perfect vision for your life is going to be. >> you might have seen friends post about it on social media. it features a different lineup of motivational speakers such as michelle obama. today's event included actresses. tonight bay area people were spending time with an
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activist, mother, and fixture at a museum. 98-year-old park ranger betty has been recovering from a stroke but is now back at work. we've got enough on betty's health and what lies ahead. >> i can't believe i reached this age. inside, is 19-year-old eddie. >> her steps are measured, her speech has slowed some, but at 98, this remarkable woman still has much more to give.>> i haven't any idea what it is. i have no idea, except that it's there. it's something that i am to accomplish, and i have not done it yet. spearmint nearly 5 months since suffering a stroke, betty is back at work at the rosie the riveter
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museum. she is the oldest living national park ranger in the u.s. a career betty started well into her 80s, telling her own story of a young black woman growing up in the bay area during world war ii. janel continues to inspire and educate our world one day a week, in richmond. >> and looking back, i realize i contributed. but i didn't realize i was doing it at the time. >> betty's life is a story of determination. she was one of six black graduates at castleman high. she married in the 50s and moved to suburban walnut creek to build her dream home. death threats came for years, but she persevered, and along with her husband she mentioned all black store that she managed for decades. >> i don't know how i moved past it, except that i realized at one point that i was. that no one could tell me that
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i wasn't. >> betty credits her courage and activism to her 102-year- old great-grandmother, born into slavery in 1846. >> she would have been so pleased, and i am so proud of being her granddaughter. >> betty's awards and proclamations are many. there have been countless cover shots and feature articles including glamorous woman of the year in 2018. but her favorite -- >> it is my honor to present to you the president of the united states. >> betty's life came full circle the nature introduced president obama at the 2015
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national tree lighting ceremony in washington. the president presented her with a presidential commemorative coin. a coin that she cherishes to this day. >> that was absolutely amazing. he is a thoroughly involved human, he is amazing, he and his wife are what we all need to be. >> despite the current political turmoil in washington, betty's heart is still filled with hope. she believes change comes with cycles and even at the age of 98, she still has her patients.>> i don't know that this generation is any nearer to perfection, but i do know that we are up in cycle. we are always reaching. if we weren't, i would still be a slave.
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two big-budget hollywood movies are being shot in san francisco and one of them will affect public transportation as we can. filming for matrix 4 will cause muni service changes, downtown transit lines are being rerouted . producers are not exactly confirming it's the new matrix movie and are giving at the working title project ice cream. by the way a superhero movie starring woody harrelson is also being shot in san francisco. your smart speakers like amazon alexa and google home could be doing more than just playing music and telling you the weather. a new report shows they could be listening in on what you are saying. >> have you ever been paranoid
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that your smart speaker at home or work or listening in on your conversations? well, now, all your suspicions are confirmed according to a new report. those speakers are definitely recording you. >> i'm not surprised, i just assume everything is listening to me now. >> i have one that i got as a present and i never opened it. >> according to the new report, smart speakers accidentally activate up to 19 times a day recording as much is 43 seconds of audio each time. about half of those recordings were without the user's knowledge or permission. these results aren't entirely new, but what you might not have known is that recordings may be kept on servers and may even be reviewed by human ears.>> it's a little easier to trigger then we probably thought tech reporter brenda does not find these results surprising because speakers are trained to pick up different voice commands and are likely to react to similar words. if the lack of privacy bothers you, turn the microphone off
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your speaker or go into the privacy settings. or if you are like brenda, you can embrace it. >> i don't find it daunting because i really don't think about it anymore. it gets to know you and is customizable to your interests. >> brandis is like it or not, the key is to be aware. coming up, cal fire has always had a tough time biting wildfires at one particular time of day. thanks to $300 million, that's about to change. all month long we've been looking for the storm door to open, right now we are heading into last week of the month, and we could be talking about another warm-up. growing up in la, bad air forced us indoors.
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and now we have to deal with this. climate change is an emergency. that's why i wrote the nation's most progressive climate law. and that's why i'm endorsing tom steyer. because when big oil tried to stop our clean air laws, he led us to victory. same with the keystone pipeline. when tom says we can save the world and do it together believe him. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. can we go get some ice cream? alright, we gotta stop here first. ♪ ♪ from smarter atms, to after hours video tellers ♪ ♪ comcast business is connecting thousands of banks to technology
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today marks one year since the 22-year-old woman was killed in a landslide in san francisco. she was walking on the beach with her dog when the cliff above suddenly collapsed. her body was discovered a little over a month after the landslide. hellfire says they plan to spend almost $300 million for new helicopters designed to fight wildfires and name. the department of forestry and fire prevention will take
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delivery of 12 helicopters up. they can fly faster and carry more water than the current fleet of single engine he was. pilots will be equipped with night vision goggles to allow for night flying. the addition will require more pilots to be trained for that kind of flying. cal fire is also getting seven former c-130 co-scored tankers at no cost. with this weather over the past few weeks, we've been talking about a dry weather pattern.sprinkles and a few light showers. and as we head into the final week of february, looking back, you can see santa rosa, in 1953.08, and san jose, february
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1950 3.02, so this will likely tie or be the driest record across a good portion of those selected cities here. satellite and radar, what's interesting is you can see some rainfall associated with southern california, so they have the rainfall, but we have the dry weather. having a big impact on those temperatures. looking out toward the bay bridge out toward san francisco, still low clouds, santa rosa in the mid-40s, most areas in the upper 40s to the lower 50s. in the long range, unfortunately we are just showing you a bunch of zeros. this forecast model is running through february 28.
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tomorrow morning, patchy low clouds with partly cloudy skies, and then increasing sunshine and temperatures in the upper 50s to write around 60 degrees. here's the system we've been watching, not a rain producer for us. for tomorrow, clouds and clearing skies, still cool to mild. look at this big area of high pressure that wants to rebuild, pushing the storm track up here that will lead to a dry pattern and a warming one. we are talking about a lot of 70s as we had to monday, tuesday, wednesday and into thursday. we will start the day off with some clouds, decreasing clouds by the afternoon area and wind speeds pick up at around 15 to 20 miles per hour, and then monday we will clear things up once again come as a tomorrow not a big change from the
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readings for today. san jose will check in with the forecast high of 64, half moon bay at 58. and here's a look ahead to your five day, just warming temperatures, with no rain clouds to speak of. in the warmest locations of the bay area will be around 76. the weather story is not changing at all. i almost feel guilty talking about the same thing each and every day. that's it for news, sports rap is next. you are only 2 1/2 minutes away from joe fonzi with those stories and much more, keep it right here.
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