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now at 5:00, a new surge and new questions about how the johnson & johnson shot holds up against the delta variant. the details experts are pointing out in a new study. >> you cannot be close to people that. interacting with people will not be the same. getting ready to return to in-person learning. the plan a district release. for vaccination may soon be required. one family's side hustle the brought in $100,000 and you might be able to do this, too. >> that is a tease. thank you. we buried the lead. good morning. you are watching live. that was ats for your. we want to start with mike and the forecast. let it breathe.
>> people are really waiting for that. let's take a look at what is going on for the camera. we have a solid deck of clouds. the breezes are down a little bit. still around fairfield drive ha stiff head on breeze at 30 miles per hour. 13 at concord. it will be pretty comfortable. a lot of the cloud cover will be around the peninsula coast go . 59 in half moon bay. low to mid 70s for the rest of the bay. mid-70s to mid 80 in the north bay. mid-80s to near 90 in the inland eastbound neighborhoods. we will see how long this last, coming up. developing news, san jose police investigating a crash that killed a pedestrian. it happened near curtner avenue just after 11:00 last night. you can see the green pickup
truck in the intersections. the victim was a man and at this point, it is not clear what led up to the crash. we will stay on top of the developing story and bring you mo informaonas wegeng americans vaccinated is the delta variant spreads. the number of cases are rising across the country. >> reporter: there is an average of 26,000 new cases of covid-19 reported every day and 4 out of 5 of them involve the delta variant. there is a testifying at the front of the committee yesterday. she said that it is spreading faster the unvaccinated areas. >> the delta variant now represents 83% of sequenced cases. vaccines are widely available across the country and this suffering and loss is simply an entirely preventable. >> reporter: hospitals in several states like nevada and tennessee are up to capacity. they say their reliving the
worst of 2020. if trends continue, many cities could impact restricted again. weather net the johnson & johnson vaccine is effective at dense the delta variant. pfizer in moderna vaccines were about 95% effective while the j&j scheibe 67% effective. they concluded that the j&j vaccine might be more effective with a booster shot but doctors say it has not been peer- reviewed yet and it is based on blood samples from a few dozen people. >> this type of lab study is not really what we are looking for. we're looking for more and more real-world data vaccines over time. >> he is a principal investigator for ongoing j& vaccine trials. says what matters most is hewins up in the hospital with coronavirus. that has been mostly unvaccinated people. the cdc does not recommend booster shots at this time.
superintendent is holding a meeting for teens. the zoom meeting will be held at 3:00 in the california education facebook and instagram based book page. safety learning lost during covid-19 and building relationships. that is the focus for one school district making the final touches for plans to return to in-person learning. we are live at the high school with more on this. >> reporter: good morning. the school district will be focusing on keeping them safe from the coronavirus, buts, the district will be focusing on more than just the students' ey did anunce protocols thming ho ar announcing that all students will come back to in-person learning and they will be required to wear masks, stay repeat apart from others and do and at home health screening
every day. the school district will also focus on students' mental health after year of isolation and the academic status and how much learning lost each student suffered after a year on zouma. >> they can really key in on where the gaps in our students, in the learning, and then be able to put in the strategies for teaching and interventions and the interactions with the students. to address possible mental health issues, the teachers will spend the first six weeks focusing on building relationships with students and address social and emotional needs. the district has 28,000 students who will be back in person. they will have informational meetings at the end of the month to help parents understand what the school year will look like. hundreds of san francisco bars may be requiring proof of vaccination. the san francisco bar alliances
considering whether to issue a statement recommending only vaccinated patrons in. science will go up outside bars who choose to participate. a formal decision is likely not going to be made until next week at the earliest. but one alliance member, the vesuvius cafc in north beach have reportedly already started to require proof. the latest on the proposed park in oakland. the city council voted 6-1 on a nonbinding agreement for them to build at howard terminal. the plan would see the city assuming responsibility for off- site transportation and infrastructure improvements and it would increase the affordable housing commitment, among other things. the team is already raising concerns. the a's president says that they are not even further out fully aware of everything in the city's plan. this of the proposal that was brought to the council was not even voted on. the team has said it is prepared to negotiate and move to las vegas if they cannot
work out an agreement. >> it was something we had never seen. that could be a good thing, that could be a bad thing. we need to dig in and analyze all aspects of that. >> oakland offer something no other city in the world can offer. the views from are equal to none. and in this 104 degrees in las vegas today. i think it is a nice 72 degrees here in oakland. >> okay. do in the forecast. the next step is to finalize the environmental plan and abiding development agreement. the a's want that per the end of the year. developing news out of butte county. firefighters using trains to fight the dixie fire. the trying to keep the fire from jumping the feather river. the fire has already burned more than 61,000 acres and is 15% contained. investigators are looking into whether pg&e equipment sparked the fire. it is to the east of the area of the deadly 2018 camp fire. now look at this, ash is now
washing up along the shore of the nearby lake almanor. over 400 square miles are underinvest investigation right now. the tamarac fire has burned 4000 acres. 700 people now pike county up and ordered to evacuate. some of them have seen the devastation firsthand before having to leave. >> so many things, where to begin? it is a total loss. you just have to walk away like they ask you to, so that has been the hardest thing. >> lightning sparked this fire earlier in the month. thunderstorm pushed her toward the california-nevada border. the smoke from the western wildfires has lifted to the east coast. made for a spectacular sunrise in maine. the familiar haze was visible from
new york city. the city was shrouded with a blanket of smoke and the same thing was happening in philly. you could see live updates on the fires burning in california with our wildfire tracker which you find on our website abc7news.com. that smoke is going to be sinking southward through the mid atlantic and to the south and plout the area. fires traveling thousands of miles. it will be interesting to see if it makes it over to europe. it possibly could. here is a look at the smoke forecast. the three main fires in the westerly wind blowing away from us. we are definitely exporting a big problem to the rest of the country. through tomorrow, we will continue to see the same amount of smoke moving in the same direction. as we look out from the exploratory him, it looks pretty quiet out there. colmer conditions on the water. it will be warmer this afternoon
with a lot of 70s and 80s. the cyclic the air quality with that westerly wind. we are going to be healthy through friday. if you're stepping out right now, temperatures run 52 to 56 on the peninsula. partly cloudy sky. 66 in antioch. oakland is 55 along alto, fremont, and san jose. export more of the samethe near 60 at the coast. near 70 around the bay. mid-70s inland. 60 to 72 by 4:00. a very comfortable afternoon and the 50s, 60s, 70s later on. here is jobina with the morning commute. good morning. we are looking at a crash in fremont. there is no slowdown at the moment but this is going to be on southbound 680 on the automall off rent. there is an overturned big rig here and injuries have been reported.
heads up of that is part of the morning commute. they have issued speed advisories. we can see the slowdown forming out of tracy there. a live look in oakland showing starng to pick up. cameras are the headlights are moving south , for your reference. then a live look at the san mateo bridge. hazy with traffic moving in the limit in both directions. swimming in cash. the side has said help the family make more than $100,000. and a gender reveal party leads to serious trouble for one couple. navigating the red-hot job market. the extremes some i'm morgan, and there's more to me than hiv. more love, more adventure, more community. but with my hiv treatment, there's not more medicines in my pill. i talked to my doctor
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foot of the san bernardino mountains in september and burned more than 22,000 acres. five homes were destroyed. capturing dramatic moments of an officer saving a person from a burning car. >> get out of the car. get out of the car. get out of the car! the car is on fire! >> with the officer got there, they found someone asleep in the drivers seat and the vehicle was clearly on fire. the officer used a baton to break the window and firefighters got there a few moments after that put out the fire. thankfully, the person driving was not her. the cause of this crash in san jose is under investigation. the car crashed through a fence at an apartment complex on fruitvale avenue and then ended up in the pool saturday afternoon. firefighter pulled the driver out and the person was shaken up a bit, but otherwise okay. thankfully, nobody was in the pool at the time.
paramedics in san francisco have the authority to put people on 72 hour mental health holds. the board of supervisors approved the legislation yesterday as the city shifts to nonpolice responses to homelessness and i would one calls. it gives paramedics had authority if they believe the person is experiencing a mental health crisis and is a danger to themselves or others. prior to this, only police officers or doctors could order the holds. a former u.s. attorney at this point is serving as a special counsel to help coordinate prosecution of unemployment fraud cases. mcgregor scott launched an investigation after thousands of fraudulent claims were filed in the names of prison inmates. they have determined more than $11 billion in benefits were paid on the fraudulent claims. $19 billion in suspicious claims are now under investigation. a record number of job
openings and employers are struggling to fill those positions. americans out of work, now a record number of job openings. >> everybody needs to have a lot of patients. we will see that this summer. you will see uneven service levels because organizations are struggling to get the people they need. >> reporter: some dubbing summer, the great resignation. millions of employees, so confident in in this jobs market, that they're quitting. according to zip rick ritter, nearly 20% of the jobs offered a signing bonus, up from just 2% in march. coming up, we will have the expert tips to help you navigate this red-hot jobs market and score the salary you want with your gma first look,
i am rebecca jarvis. s temporar cled they are giving employees a mental health break. he says that been because of staffing shortages. the restaurant closed on sunday and plans to reopen tomorrow. and oregon couple making a lot of money by renting out the swimming pool. they have earned $100,000 in less than one year. it is a very nice pool on a two acre property. the family spoke to the "wall street journal" and said that it had just been sitting untouched since their youngest daughter moved out. they listed it on an airbnb for pools. they charge $75 per hour and they have made $111,000, which is just slightly more than what cost to put the pool in. >> i like this pool. look at this. >> this is an upscale neighborhood outside of
portland. >> who has that size yard in the bay area? >> and kumasi made this a while ago. pomoney is amazing. >> during the pandemic, you just want to be out. you not care. >> do you think they were swimming in the rain? >> and everything else. and the hot tub. >> the hot tub. >> you could make the hot tub work anytime. >> you know that because you have a you have not invited us over yet. >> that is because i have not replace the carpet and the hardwoods yet. once it is finished. >> we get to go inside? >> mike is saying, wait a minute. >> we might have to leave you outside. let's take a look at what
is going on. i will get a porta potty. the host with the most. here is a look at san jose. 280 a 17. it is clear out there. grab your sunglasses it will be sunny everywhere, even along the coast. there are a few clouds around for summer. it will be cool tonight with clear to partly cloudy conditions. the weekend is looking pretty seasonal with increasing clouds as we keep an eye off that monsoon flow and exactly where it is going. it looks like it will come our way but possibly not until monday or tuesday. for wednesday, 72 sunnyvale. 76 at san jose. low to mid 80s to about 74 degrees in santa cruz. 67 today. low to mid 70s for the rest of the peninsula. not as breezy as yesterday. upper 50s and you can see the clouds clinging to the coast. mid-60s for downtown and south san francisco. more sunshine with the fastest breezes long the northbay coast. low to mid 80s through most of the north a valley's. 81 in napa.
along the east bay shore, especially closer to the richmond berkeley. we start to head inland and you can seecastro valley 73. most of us in the 80s. we will get to 90 in antioch and brentwood for them warm spots. we will be sunny or just about everywhere. especially along the coast. we will have high clouds as the monsoon blows some of the clouds our way but most of the thunderstorms in nevada, utah, and arizona. you can see the lack of clouds like this morning. drizzle along the peninsula coast and that is it. temperatures in the 50s. in the accuweather 7-day forecast, cooler tomorrow than warming up by about 6 degrees on friday, as you might notice that if you had up that evening. temperatures close to average
it is 5:22. here are the 7 things to know this morning. and nyu story claiming that those who got the j&j vaccine might need a booster shot but some doctors say that the sample size is too small and the paper has not been peer- reviewed. the west contra costa school district says all students will be returning to in-person learning in the fall. kids will be required to wear masks. the district while informational meetings next week to help parents understand what the new year will look like. the oakland city council has voted on a nonbinding agreement for the a's to build a new ballpark. they're already raising concerns. the president says they are not even fully aware of everything within the city's plan. a gilroy garlic festival is back starting this friday. it is being reimagined at
gilroy presbyterian church as a drive-through event. to get the food from allie coming after preorder on the event website. that is nice to see. so is this. look at this gorgeous shot. we look at mt. diablo. the clouds are making a late return but the breeze will keep the temperatures close to average. if not, 5 to 6 degrees cooler. lots of 70s and 80s today. the biggest issue on the roads right now will be in fremont as we check out the map, there is no slowdown but we do have an overturned big rig on southbound 680 on the automall offer it. injuries have been ported. there is a possibility that the tokyo olympics might be t be canceled at the last minute because of covid-19. nearly 80 people affiliated with the games have gotten sick and infections rose 155% in the past week.
it now, the other hand, the olympics are being celebrated in australia because the games are coming back to the country 2032. this is video from brisbane overnight as the city celebrated the decision by the international olympic committee. they get 11 years to prepare. perris house the next summer olympics in 2024. l.a. this morning, the milwaukee bucks are celebrating the franchise's first nba championship in 50 years. >> we are number one. we are the nba champs! >> the bucks closed out defeating 105 minus 98. this man, giannis was named the finals mvp. >> i started laying basketball just to help my family. to get them out of the struggle. the challenges we were facing when we were kids. don't let nobody tell you what you can be caot make
nd the ro ni bucks. >> i am a former milwaukee resident and i like to see them get something. a new turner and hooch series based on the 1989 series is streaming on disney+. >> i'm so sorry. >> the original film started tom hanks and a very large mastiff. the tv show is featuring josh pack and his own pet mastiff. tom hanks will not be in the movie, sadly. the trailer for the show has been revealed and they have killed off his character. >> that got dark real quick. >> you to say he will not be
their. >> that is all they had to say. >> disney's the parent company of abc7. >> that is all they needed to say. why do they have to kill him? was that necessary? >> i'm hurt. why can't he just be on retirement somewhere. >> he is hanging out with his family in florida. >> in florida? >> yes. we fixed it. coming 5:30, the ambitious new goals to fight climate change. a new environment one company is working to great.
. the details a local district just release. the evidence is pointing po that came from the lab. >> senator paul, you do not know what you are talking about, quite frankly. a spar over scientific research. the heated exchange betw dr. fauci and senator rand paul. there is a chance that the tokyo olympics might be canceled one day before the opening ceremonies. the announcement from organizers. good morning. it is wednesday, july 21. we are going to start with a check on the weather and meteorologist mike nicco. check out this gorgeous shot. you can see mt. diablo they are over my right shoulder. what we will take a look at is the high temperatures today. starting off in the 50s for the most part. we will stay in the coast especially in the peninsula where we will have the greatest amount of cloud cover. look for more sunshine in places like san francisco, 65.
we will have 73 today in em san se. 80s to90 in vaey. some thwarmer tempates ukiah. ro eny moy an weat the the weekend forecast tracking the chance of monsoon moisture returning and that would mean the threat of thunderstorms. i will see with the actual in the 7-day forecast, commit. school districts putting the final touches on the plans to returning to in-person learning. it is something that we are following closely because it's important to the parents of their. there is an emphasis on safety, addressing learning loss during covid, and building relationships. we have a look at what the district is working on. >> reporter: west contra costa districts just released of the plan. it covers richmond, san pablo, her clarice. there will be a
focus on kids' physical, academic, and mental health. all kids will be coming back for in-person learning and they will be required to wear masks, say three feet apart, and do home health screenings. some students say they proved feel prepared for these roles. >> definitely, the people around you, you can it be close to people like that, so probably just interacting with people will not be the same. you will have to wear masks, so that you must not be able to see people space. >> i feel say.'s with a covers the physical health. teachers will spend the first six weeks addressing social and emotional needs after a year of isolation. they will be assessing any learning loss they may have suffered after a year of zoom and they will adjust. it will be a very different year on many levels four the
district plans to hold informational meetings starting next week for parents to help get them ready. this is one example of many school districts around the bay area as they prepare for this post-pandemic school year. changing up workspace as remote workers are starting to come back to the office. during the pandemic, it has been working to create new environments cater to a company's work culture. one of the main goals is adaptability. >> having movable partitions and screens, desks that pop up. things that move easily and can change the space. like a rubik's cube of sorts. they can look at data like how many times you sit at your desk come to figure out the best places to put furniture. the firm is playing around with the idea of a virtual reality workspace that could nn officery
the latest on em. the dea i the highly transmissible variant is estimated to account for four out of every five cases. here is abc news anchor dan ashley. sequence cases. this is a dramatic increase. >> reporter: at into the concerned, the delta variant has been detected in the halls of congress. several staff members, including a senior aide to house speaker nancy pelosi have come down to the virus, despite being fully vaccinated. dr. anthony fauci most of the virus can breakthrough but insists that the vaccines still protect against serious illness. >> when you hear about a breakthrough infection, doesn't mean that the vaccine is failing. >> reporter: and in a heated exchange, senator ron paul accused him of lying to
congress. >> you do not know what you're talking about, and i want to say that officially. >> reporter: denying that they had funded any research. >> all the evidence pointing that it came from the lab and there will be responsibility from people who funded the lab, including yourself. >> i totally resent the life that you are now propagating. senator. and you are implying we did was responsible for the deaths of individuals. i totally resent that. and if anyone is lying here, senator, it is you. >> the u.s. is averaging more than 34,000 new infections every day. cases are surging in 44 states, including california. the majority of cases are among unvaccinated people. there's a chance of the coat tokyo olympics could be canceled at the last minute if covid-19 keeps
kumasi aaron has more. >> reporter: at the moment, the tokyo olympics will begin a friday as plans but the chief of the organizing committee said that he and his team are monitoring the situation and are not ruling out a last- minute cancellation of the games if covid-19 infections spike. infections have increased 155% in the past week. nearly 80 people involved in the games, including athletes, have tested positive for the virus. there is concerned that the situation make it worse. olympic athletes in tokyo are hoping that they can compete. >> i mean, that is a doomsday scenario, so, i'm really trying not to focus in on that. >> reporter: canceling the olympics could be a huge economic loss. toyota has pulled olympics created ads and japan and business leaders plan on skipping the opening ceremonies. the budget is $15 billion but the actual cost might be to
$2billio >>in santa clara unty says they seeing an increase in people getting the first vaccine dose. they're offering vaccinations to anyone, even if they live in another county. we spoke with a san mateo county resident who got her first dose in san jose yesterday. concern over the delta variant was enough to the 20-year-old's timeline. >> once i heard about the version of the virus that spreads were quickly it seems to be more dangerous, i thought maybe this time to do this faster. >> we want to continue to get people more vaccinated. >> there have been 99 recorded cases so far. the majority of those being six were unvaccinated. do you have any questions about the vaccine, you can ask our abc7 news vaccine team, just go to abc7news.com/vaccine. as a drought gets worse,
wildfire has become more devastating and temperatures rise. san francisco is raising the bar to combat climate change. county supervisors set new limits yesterday. they want to reduce the carbon footprint at 40% by 2030 and 80% by 2050. supervisors had declared a climate emergency two years ago. a crack use behind the wheel. the tougher penalties you could be facing. in a series of unfortunate events, the of close animal encounter that was not even the worst of this guy's problems. the first, mike nicco. >> that is brave . holy cow. >> did you see the bear? >> i did.
>> why did they get that close to the bear? >> i hope we answer that question. that is what i was worried about, too. you can see the late arriving broken deck of clouds and how low they are and how limited the amount of moisture. i'm not worried about too much away from the drizzle and the coast. the activity planners pretty good. no small craft advisory. it will be sunny if you're running errands. exercise and you can enjoy the lower humidity out there. here is a look. we're looking south on 101. we will have a ton of sunshine to make sure that you protect your eyes and your skin. pollen is hopefully not an issue and remains low to moderate. temperatures in the low to mid 60s. and the rest of the east bay valleys in the mid to upper 50s. how about other neighbors. as we head through the morning, the late arriving clouds quickly move back to the coast.
the northbay coast will see the greatest amount of sunshine. as we head into the afternoon hours, a spread from 63 in san francisco to nearly 90 in antioch after going out in the evening hours. the cloud cover increasing along the coast, especially from san francisco southward. temperatures mainly in the 60s and 70s. tside. y nice evening to be a couple more if not this evening. we will have more on the 7-day forecast. good morning, everyone. if you look to the center of this screen here. ceerhes smoke now and there right now. you might be able to see it but you will t on fire and a homeless encampment on west grand and would streets. this is long 880 so anyone passing by, you might notice smoke in the area. now we can get a clearer shot of the flames coming up the center. the oakland fire department is on the scene. a heads up if this is part of
your commute this morning. injuries reported here. you can see a slowdown on the map right now. according to the chp, a big rig overturned on southbound 680 on the offramp and the ramp has been shut down. and they have started train testing on the central subway line. the central subway will link the metro line up to chinatown. the project has been delayed and gone over budget several times since it began in 2012. this video from 2019 shows the subway under construction. the central subways expected to open to the public next year. we will be right back.
>> children should not be sucked under a conveyor belt that can kill them. emt heke these incidents and others like this very seriously. they are cooperating with the recall offering a full refund through december 6. in marin county, you can get free school supplies for preschool age kids today. they are hosting a giveaway at mesa park. this is a video from a similar event last week. you can get asked backpacks and books. the event starts at 10:00 this morning. make it easier for every californian to have internet access. they're allocating $6 billion to expand public broadband access. it will help even the playing california's without it.
>> we are not inherently born a coder because you grew up in the silicon valley, it is about opportunity, it is about access, it is about familiarity. that is what this is about. nearly 10% of state residents do not have high- speed internet access at home. to the north bay and the ongoing effort to crack down on people using cell phones behind the wheel. on july 1st, california toughened laws device. if you are caught twice in 36 months, the penalty is as bad as a speeding tickets and their funding police agencies to form special units to increase enforcement. cell phones played a role in 15% of injury crashes and 9% of deadly crashes in 2019. >> i think getting stopped makes a difference. me being here makes a difference and i that getting a citation makes a
difference as well. >> i think anybody likes writing tickets. you want to be somebody's bad day, but sometimes it is necessary. >> the penalties are $150 for the first violation and then to do $50 for the second. i'm going to ke yoon a journey. a man says that his day went from very bad to worse during his tennessee vacation. >> go. go. go. >> oh no. >> look how big this bear is. he thought he and his friends scared off the bear. he was wrong. after the bear broke into his car, the bear came back and brought a friend. that was not even the worst of the problems. he says the bear was causing damage to the car which caused it to break down when he got home. then looters got to a. in the end, he says his car was
totaled and he is blaming the bears. >> can we turn the sound back up. ali getting a is get a friend who's going to scream at the bear like that. >> that is a good friend for your. but why does this bear look like a human? he is just popping up like what? are you screaming at me? why are you yelling? stop yelling. i'm getting out. >> that the bear could have gotten out on its own. he got in on its own. let it get out on its own and call me when you're done. >> this is not my car. my bad. >> sorry. i thought things were in a weird place. the mirror was a little off. >> is not just our bears, all bears are going crazy. >> are they, or they just reclaiming what is theirs? >> they are adapting quickly, faster than those robots. >> i am still not over this. this is a journey. >> this is a terrible day but
why am i rooting for the bear. and might weird? i like that beard. >> you just like major now let's see what is going on outside. were looking east bay hills company. they're trying to make a furious return from the coast as we head through the morning commute. the weather will quickly go to the coast. blow to nearly average highs and the highs will bump up and down around average levels through the weekend. we will watch next week for the monsoon to see if it comes back and brings us a thunderstorm threat. right now does from lockton to arizona and nevada. definitely in utah and california and new mexico. dry air on top of us. humidity is 9%, so right above the marine layer. it is super dry and
good for our final threat, but it is not very windy and will not be very hot today, either. low to mid 70s through the south bay. 75 at santa clara. the usual spots in the low to mid 80s. 74 today. we will have too much low to mid 70s for most of the peninsula. a little bit cooler around san bruno and over towards hillsboro and those areas in the mid to upper 60s. mid-60s in downtown south san francisco and sausalito. to the north bay to mid 80s until we get to santa rosa at 87. heading north gets warmer. for the east bay, upper 60s in richmond, berkeley, and oakland. as we head inland, temperatures in the low 80s to low 90s. 81 to 91. tonight, the cloud cover is about the same as this morning. drizzle along the peninsula, especially around the coast. in my accuweather 7-day forecast, you can see the fluctuation in temperatures with increasing clouds on sunday and especially monday and tuesday. that is when we will have the best chance for
thank you, friend. instagram says -- to people >>era year the gilroy garlic festival is back and it will be very different from what you're used to. it is a drive-through event. people will not be able to walk around christmas hill park, you will be able to enjoy the food. >> base is gourmet allie the pirate ships and our barbecue area. they can pick up the food and then out they go. >> you will hear the guys working and they will interact with those people driving through. there will be and experience that people remember, that they come for. >> you should know that you have to preorder your favorites on the website. there are no walk-up so loud.
there is more information or website. talk about says you might up or your favorite foods right now. there is a national ingredient shortage and delivery delays. because of this, restaurants might be out of some items. they do not say which foods might be in shorts a lot supply, but is not the only chain reporting problems. kfc said in april that it was having trouble keeping up with demand. is it a coincidence that i have your dining outside forecast right now? maybe a little bit. we will start the upper 50s and stay there from 5:00 to 8:00 at the coast. increasing clouds. tons of sunshine along the bay. down to 62. under the stars, you might need a light jacket. 81 inland with the warm sunshine and down to 67 by 8:00. possibly a jacket there as well. as we look at temperatures, we know that we will drop about 6 degrees tomorrow but
rebound tomorrow from 65 in san francisco, 70s around the bay. 80s and 90s inland. as we head into saturday, pretty much the same. we will see the southerly flow and the possible monsoon starting. or high clouds it within the sunshine. sunday will be the cloudier and slightly cooler day of the weekend ahead. new at 6:00, the safety powers about problem. there is no word that they could now increase the number and size going forward but the good news is that you're getting a chance to weigh in on this tomorrow. no shirt, no shoes, no vaccine, no service. a plan that could have you need to prove your vaccination status to get into a bar. >> i do not want them to leave. i don't want to lose this. it could be strike three for pro sports in oakland. vans taking us through the emotions showing us what the . anher'm llg ity
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return to in person in less than a month. one district gave us signs of what may be to come this we're a little crazy but we >> taking you mind the magic. inside disney secrets of your wildest imaginations. >> good morning on this wednesday, july 21st. you're watching abc 7 mornings. we're going to start with a check on your weather and meteorologist mike nicco. >> nice to see all of you this morning. gorgeous view from sutro tower showing the late arriving clouds in mount diablo off in the distance. the sun is going to come up in about 7 minutes or so. temperatures are going to be cool. not necessarily because of the fastest of the sea breeze. that's still around fairfield. driving in 80 you have a head wind. we're 10 at at concord. napa valley filling up