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move forward. happy halloween. we will have a live report from scotland and what to expect in the next two weeks in just a moment. but first let's start with a quick look at the weather. good morning and happy halloween. >> good morning. we're looking at pretty good weather some in the north bay experiencing some mist and drizzle even a few light showers and the pavement is wet but dry skies will take over for the day today. there's a system offshore that moves in time just for the commute unfortunately but timing great for trick or treaters. mid 50s this morning as well as santa rosa. but that is a couple degrees cooler particularly in san jose this morning by about 7-9 degrees and cloud cover in place with some fog but as we
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go through the day in the low to mid 60s. partly to mostly cloudy and we'll be looking at the timing on that rain in a few minutes. >> world leaders as we the climate change conference in scotland. many say this is a moment of truth for the world calling for urgent action to avoid a catastrophe. a big two weeks ahead and a lot to be discussed. >> that's absolutely certainly a lot to be discussed. this is very urgent and this conference for the next two weeks could be a game changer in the fight against climate change but some experts worry that efforts may not be enough to prevent a potentially dangerous rise in global warming. >> the impacts of climate change are catastrophic. every corner of the globe is already being affected and scientists warn time is running
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out in the fight against it. >> it's scary to be moving to >> an annual summit where world leaders pledge to work together in hopes of tackling climate change. but experts say this year's is epersonly critical in protecting our planet. >> the scientists and experts are telling us that we're fast approaching a point of no return in the literal sense. >> on the table reducing greenhouse gas emissions phasing out coal and the finance to do it. countries need to agree but also review progress on the paris climate accord to help prevent the average global temperature from rising more than 1.5 degrees compared with levels before the industrial ref lution. but a recent analysis by the u.n. found that even if nations met their current targets the planet will still be on pace to
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see an average temperature increase of 2.7 degrees celsius by the end of this century. >> human beings are responsible for this accelerated process of deterioration. and it will take us making basic choices to get us back on track. >> the goal is to come out of this two-week summit with a written agreement but some are skeptical that will happen with leading polluters like russia and china not in offendance. >> i'm very worried because it might go wrong. we might not get the agreements that we need. but i think it can be done. >> president biden is planning to speak at the conference this week. he is scheduled to arrive here tomorrow morning. >> thank you so much for that live report. we appreciate it. coming up on this week after democrats failed to finalize president biden's social spending bill before he left for europe transportation secretary will talk about the
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white house's strategy to pass biden's agenda. you can watch that full interview on this week at 8:00 this morning here on abc 7. developing news from concord, seven people were hurt in a fiery two-car crash in the downtown area. the wreck happened on willow pass road at port chicago highway just after midnight. video of the crash shows just how violent it was. one car landed on its side the other was ripped apart by firefighters to extricate everyone inside. police say three were flown to the medical center in helicopters. four others taken to the hospital on the ground. officers are investigating the cause of the crash. developing news out of the south bay a neighborhood in disbelief following a deadly shooting at a halloween party this happened yesterday morning on a rural stretch at a home owned by a giroy city council member.
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a fight broke out right before the gun fire. >> just down this road and selve houses down is the home of council member rebecca. police are investigating what led up into that shooting that left one person dead and ce the investigation. >> gill roy police say at least one person fired a gun. a man died tat scene and three others were injured. two in critical condition at the hospital. >> i heard some shots but that's like every weekend. so i didn't think nothing about it. >> joe an lives just down the road but she doesn't know if the gunshots she heard were from the party. she said it's normal. what's different is a shooting happened at a city official's home. >> it's sad that people can't have i guess more respect for one another and have more peace and have fun with all this
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other stuff going on. >> in a statement she said, i'm thankful that my family and i were not hurt in this tragedy and i pray for those whose loved ones have been touched by what has occurred. we are giving our full cooperation to the police department. >> police say they are investigating this as a homicide. thai did not say if they arrested anyone and they also did not say if the council woman and her family had any direct involvement in the shooting. >> we sent out a notification as soon as the shooting was confirmed. you can be among the first to know what's happening in your neighborhood. just enable the notifications on your mobile app on your phone. happening tonight halloween is back at least that is the hope for the san francisco neighborhood, abc 7 news reporter laura explains this year businesses are actively campaigning for the party atmosphere of years past starting with a colorful block party.
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>> ♪ >> if the night before was any indication halloween in the castro is back at least on its way back it seems with the return of the glow in the street block party. >> it's been a very long two years but people are back and we are out. >> we're incredibly grateful that we can do this this halloween, that we can create a gathering for people who have been so starved for it. >> i would say the castro is back. people coming out being together. >> the castro was once the epicenter of hall been celebrations in san francisco drawing as many as a half million people on a single night. that is until violence erupted in 2006 which pretty much shut down the party. and then came the pandemic. the block party there was a visible police presence and plenty of private security. for the first time in years businesses are encouraging
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revelers to come to their part of town and enjoy a peaceful celebration. >> i believe we've established ourselves as a neighborhood willing to be back if you can see how excited people are. >> the hope is that events like this, this year, will signal the return of the fun the pagentry, the party that is halloween in the castro. >> i love it. i love the vibe. we are alive again. we can party again, finally. >> in san francisco. >> bart is extending its service hours tonight because of halloween. the special three line service will run hourly after 9:00 p.m. the trains will run to every station except for oak lan and san francisco airports. the special hours will run just past midnight. the first bay coibt to unmask marine county will let the public go maskless starting tomorrow. a big moment in the fight against the pandemic.
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marine county has far ed well with getting its community vaccinated into the yellow or moderate category. the county is a vaccinate rate of about 80%. macks still need to be worn in high risk places, private businesses can also choose to keep a mask policy. also tomorrow alameda and contra costa counties are allowing mask rules for a small place where everyone is fully vaccinated. the city of berkeley is also making the change. kizer is holding a free clinic today in an oakland neighborhood hit hardest during the pandemic. from 10:00 to 3:00 you can stop by the clinic on international boulevard in oakland's fruit vale district. kicer will administrator both vaccines. anyone 12 and older will be eligible and everyone who gets a shot will win a chance to win alaska airlines travel
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vouchers. children 5-11 could get their shot as soon as wednesday. on friday the f.d.a. granted emergency use authorization for that age group to be eligible for the pfizer vaccine and on tuesday c.d.c. advisers will meet to discuss the vaccine and decide whether to recommend it for the youngest age group yet. for 5-11-year-olds the vaccine will be given in two shots at one third the dose that adults will receive. >> the vaccine has undergone strict evaluation to ensure safety and effectiveness. this was reviewed independently by a panel of experts along with the f.d.a.. >> pfizer is already shipping out 15 million doses to medical centers and vaccination sites. vice president harris kamala harris received her covid booster shot. she got a third dose of the moderna vaccine yesterday. she was eligible because she frequently travels and interacts with a wide range of people as part of her official
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duties. let's get a check oulevaons in bay picked up a couple hundredths around the hills. about 2/100 based on the mist and drizzle that has passed us by. san francisco in the 50s. stay tubed, we have a level 1 system on the way tomorrow and we'll talk about halloween coming up. >> we're hearing from the mother of a man killed. why criticizing the decision to open fire. for the first time alec baldwin is speaking out about the shooting that killed a sening to fer. what he is saying abo
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>> the mother of a man shot and killed is criticizing the former officer's decision to open fire on her son. 20-year-old gardner was killed during an exchange of gunfire with former captain joiner. speaking with the chronicle his mother says her son was in the wrong but she adds death was not the answer and called into question joiner's decision to shoot. surveillance video from a gas station shows gardner was with a group to who attempted to rob joiner while he was pumping gas. he fired at the group and the retired captain was also then hit six times. he is expected to survive. a long stretch of highway one on the central california coast has reopened. cal trans fully reopened the road yesterday afternoon.
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crews worked to remove 20 truckloads of rock and dirt above the highway. the reopening comes four days earlier than expected. a san francisco man says every neighborhood cyclist he knows has had their bikes stolen inside their homes in the past three months. he explains he did everything he could to keep his property safe but it still did not work. >> san francisco resident willie pell has been expecting thieves. >> this is an industrial cargo security chain. ber >> but despite. >> they almost got through it. >> the drill through his garage door sawed through security chains and stole a bike. >> i never would have thought someone would be brazen enough to use power tools. >> using an apple air track he was able to track his bike in the building. visible in the lobby a building
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resident gave him the yellow bag back but the landlord and police refused to check all 12 units for the stolen bike. >> it's a feeling of complete helplessness. >> they were all inside their home during the 2:30 a.m. robbery. >> going to buy a gun. i've never been a gun owner but if people are willing to come in my house and use heavy power tools i don't know what's next. and i've got two kids i've got to protect my family. >> while he waits for sfpd to responds he plans to install a steel garage door with automatic locking dead bolts. the safeway tells the chronicle it's reducing hours due to out of control shop lifting. it will now close at 9:00 p.m. the store has also terminated all self-checkout stands to limit the amount of theft that happens and there is no timeline for how long these new hours will be in effect.
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for the first time we're hearing from alec baldwin about the deadly shooting. he spoke to the paparazzi outside his home in vermont. bald win talked about the woman who died and the film crew. >> for the first time since the fatal shooting on the set of the film rust alec baldwin is speaking out. >> there are incidental accidents on film sets from time to time but nothing like this. this is is a one in a trillion episode. >> answering questions, he mourned the death of cinematographer who died when investigators say he fired a prop gun on set director joel sousa was also wounded in the shooting. >> she was my friend. the day i arrived i took her to dinner with joel. we were a very, very well-oiled crew shooting a film together and then this horrible event happened. >> he's been in constant
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contact with her husband. >> the guy is overwhelmed. >> but he repeatedly declined to comment on the investigation into the incident. >> i've been ordered by the sheriff's department in santa fe can't answer any questions. i can't. >> investigators have obtained a wasn't to search the prop truck they say a slew of weapons including 12 revolvers and four boxes and a black bag with ammo were recovered. the film's arm ror says she has no idea where the live rounds came from, adding she is devastated. baldwin says he supports new safety measures on safety sets. >> i'm not an expert on this field so whatever other people decide is the best way to go in terms of protecting people's safety on films i'm in favor and will cooperate with them in any way i can. >> must movie productions the company created to produce the film said it was not aware of safety concerns on set and was cooperating with the
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investigation. >> such a sad story. in the meantime you may notice fewer buses starting tomorrow. the they're anticipating a driver shortage because of the city's vaccine mandate so they have been forced to suspend several lines. the deadline for some city workers to be fully vaccinated is tomorrow november 1st. the four lines that will be suspended are on your screen. it's not clear when service for these lines will be restored. they're currently hiring and training new operators. halloween isn't just for humans any more. or maybe it never was. k-9 companions dog fest featured dogs in costumes and in one case an instance of trick or treating. they're based in santa rosa one of the largest providers of service dogs. this virtual halloween show pictured and clients how they helped improved their lives. they look cute. >> mine definitely does not
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like the costume. looking forward to a good halloween with dry conditions out there. we had just a little bit of presip over in the oakland hills, skyline boulevard. a couple hundredths as this weak system lifts up out of the bay area and brought some of that persistent mist and drizzle. here's a live look. more of those clouds offshore will be visiting us tomorrow in the form of some showers and a level 1 system. as we look, it is cloudy with 56 both in oakland, san francisco, with 55 half moon bay, 53 in mount view. san jose at 51 and morgan hill 48. a look outside with the cloud cover some fog there 55 santa rosa, 56 concord and napa 53 in liver mor. temperatures cooler this morning the front has lifted out. a lot of humidity. october really has been good because we are in our peak
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offshore wind event where we get those winds usually not the case so with that setch inches of rain for the month of october hopefully in san francisco we can follow that trend but it is looking somewhat wet for the week ahead. a couple chance obvious rain slick roads early this morning a great start and then a mixture of clouds and sun throughout the afternoon and dry tonight for the trick or treaters. level one system arrives early tomorrow moves through the bay area and looking at the highest rain totals along the coastal hills and the north bay. here's a look at 6:00 as the commute gets going it does get kind of damp out there in the north bay through the 8:00, 9:00 hour but not until 11:00 when we see the rain push along the peninsula into the east coast and south bay and we'll have a brief period of some moderate rain as we get to the mid afternoon but then after about 3:00 the system falls apart and moves inland and we're looking at rainfall totals in the amount of perhaps
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a third to maybe a half inch as we get up towards the north bay. it looks like pretty impressive rainfall totals for the eastbound and south bay hoping that verifies. so as we get into november another weak system arriving as we get to late wednesday into thursday and looking at temperatures fairly uniform a little below average with a cloud cover brightening up as we get through the afternoon temperatures ranging from the mid 60s here in oakland at 65, 64 santa rosa and looking at 67 with more sun in our inland east bay from concord to liver mor. so trick or treaters will be greeted with clouds and temperatures in the 60s to start out at 5:00 sunsets at 6:11 with low 60s and pretty spooky 7:00 with numbers dropping through the 50s. we've got the clouds and some sun today for halloween, rain holds off tonight, will get into shower activity throughout
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the mid morning commute level one system and then our next system a little weaker perhaps on thursday. so good news that we're keeping thing as little bit on the wet side for november. >> that is good. we need it. thanks. just ahead, quite the welcome at levi stadium, a critical moment in its quest to become a host of the 20e6
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when you hear the word healthy, it always feels a little out of reach. that's 'cause the way we're thinking about it is all wrong. so we made a healthier song. for some folks it's like baby steps. maybe it's a jump or eating something green. or taking mom to get that vaccine. ♪ healthier means bringing stuff to the folks ♪ ♪ that really need it. ♪ ♪ like millie's meds straight to her door or care at home. ♪ ♪ believe it. ♪ ♪ sometimes it's healthier to laugh. ♪ ♪ other times it's healthier to cry. ♪ ♪ we'll work through it together. ♪ ♪ when it works for you, drop on by. ♪ ♪ 'cause healthier happens easy ♪ ♪ when you just give people access. ♪
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♪ for bob it meant admitting ♪ ♪ that he needed reading glasses. ♪ ♪ healthier comes in all these ♪ ♪ different shapes and sizes. ♪ ♪ and ages and races and faces and eye-ses. ♪ ♪ and caring for them all means ♪ ♪ we're doing healthier right. ♪ ♪ so, let's do it all together people, ♪ ♪ 'cause this is what healthier looks like. ♪ >> what's coming up at 7:00, on good morning america. >> coming up, alec baldwin speaks out for the first time after the fatal accident on set what he said about the shooting and whether changes should be made regarding gun safety in filming. plus, world leaders conclude their gathering in rome at the
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g-20 summit how president biden is wrapping up his affared overseas as his plit agenda here remains in limbo. and one win away from the world series title, ahead on this halloween edition. >> in the south bay, levi stadium put its best foot forward in its bid to become the host of the world cup. officials arrived to check out the facility. the 2026 competition has multiple host countries, splitting up between the united states, canada and mexico. those behind the bay area say they are already ready. >> already hosting the largest sets in the world. super bowl, concerts, we're ready. we have the infrastructure to do so the capacity to pull it off and tremendous reach. and behind us. >> the united states last hosted the men's world cup in
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1994. stanford stadium was one of the sites but it has gone through renovation and decreased its capacity substantially. the host cities will be announced early next year. bay area native ben torres celebrated a special honor the documentry about his life and career. yesterday afternoon, he was born in alameda and raised in chinatown. he went on to become an iconic american rock journalist broadcaster and author best known for working with rolling stone magazine and the san francisco chronicle. at the premier of like a rolling stone he taked about his impact on the bay area music scene. >> i helped to chronicle and write and spring the spotlight to certain artists. i know i've had an impact on younger generations of aspiring journalists and broadcasters. that's really rewarding to me. >> the documentry is showing now. the special screening presented
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by the center for asian american media and the asian american journalist association. still to come, halloween is back on this year. a look at the return to normalcy for trick or treaters in the bay area. plus, check your flight status if you are flying on american airlines. why they say that they're canceling hundreds of flights canceling hundreds of flights this weekend. the classic hollywood story. we meet the hero, the all-new nissan frontier. hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. ♪ tension builds... ♪ the plot twist. ♪ the hero prevails. in hollywood, this would be the end. but our here, we are just getting started. introducing the all-new nissan frontier. all denny's pancakes are made to order with fresh buttermilk. but this month's spotlight stack feels like fall. and is the pumpkin-iest pecan pie drizzliest
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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc7 news. liz: good morning. morning. mori thanks again for joining us here on abc7 news, live on abc7, hulu live, and wherever you stream. let's get back over to lisa. lisa: good morning. a little wet weather overnight with the system that has lifted north of us, mainly north of ths
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still dark out there, so not coming up until after 7:30. 48 in morgan hill. 55 in half moon bay. there is the airport, where, on the peninsula, higher elevations saw little bit of drizzle. 56 in concord. as we go through your sunday, halloween, that mist and drizzle behind us as we dry out. through 10:00 and 11:00, holes in the overcast. temperatures climb through the 60's but we only make it to the mid-60's today. 1:00, partly to mostly cloudy. we will be filtered with sunshine in and out of the clouds. then we are tracking a level 1 system for your monday morning commute. details on that in a few minutes. liz: children across the country are getting their costumes ready for trick-or-treating. when it comes to the holidays, the cdc says outdoor activities are safer than indoor
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activities. health experts say, if you are worried about covid, there are things you can do to minimize risk. >> staying in smaller groups will always be best. making sure that, if you are in larger groups or inside, that your wearing masks and taking the other precautions as appropriate. liz: 28 million children ages 5 211 could be eligible to receive pfizer vaccines wednesday, the day after their the cdc is expected to sign off. halloween around the bay area is expected to be scarier than last year, in a good way. higher vaccine rates and covid -- less covid restrictions are allowing parents and children to enjoy truly frightening events. >> happy halloween! >> happy halloween 2021 is something to cheer about.
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the stuff superheroes would be proud about. we found spider-man, aka max kong, patrolling san francisco's chinatown. his dad says it's good to celebrate again. >> this is one of the first halloween's he's been able to get out because here's four. nice to see people out celebrating halloween. cornell: all the frights are back at chinatown's halloween neighborhood festival, the annual event returned this year, after been scaled down in 2020. there were costume contests and lots of games. >> we are asking people to keep masks on. those who participate in painting inside have to show proof of vaccination. cornell: even pirates made a comeback. in oakland, kids were trick-or-treating at businesses in the laurel neighborhood. >> my name is carly. i'm batgirl for halloween.
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cornell: carly's sister sarah says halloween got cancelled last year, but the pandemic isn't over. >> i feel like people still need to be safe, need to wear a mask and socially distance and have fun. cornell denise mcdarment was : hopeful about vaccines recently being approved for kids ages 5 211. >> i don't think a lot of people will hand out candy this year, but with vaccine coming out, by christmas, we can go back to birthday parties. cornell: in berkeley, halloween is back. a spooky carnival at grove park and, would you believe it? a roller skate boogie. tiera wilson was loving all of it. >> i brought my one-year-old and six enjoying the atmosphere and the community. liz: american airlines is blaming the weather and staffing shortages for hundreds of cancellations. more than 500 flights were
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canceled yesterday. the airline has already canceled nearly 300 flights today. american says a number of crews got stuck in dallas because of bad weather the past couple days. it is exciting things to improve tomorrow, when 1800 flight attendants return from leave. animal-rights activists gathered outside the in and out in san francisco. inspired by "squid game," protesters took a creative approach to get their point across. ♪ they kicked off the protest with a game of red light, green light. they also created a giant version of the doll from their show. protesters are accusing in and out from continuing to get beef supply from a processing facility accused of killing cows inhumanely. some of my abc7 colleagues spent time volunteering at the san francisco food parent -- food
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bank. volunteers packed archery bags that will be delivered to 9000 bay area homes. >> with just our home delivery program, we increased our qualifications to serve a variety of individuals, including families with young children, anyone who may have a challenge heading to one of our pop-ups, or heading to a grocery store at 11:00 a.m., and being able to provide them with a service they otherwise would not have. liz: the food bank is looking for more volunteers as we head into the holidays. children who have to spend their halloween in the hospital got a spectacular treat. staff put on their annual reverse trick-or-treat trail event in palo alto. it allows kids undergoing medical care to dress up and experience the holiday, even while they are in the hospital. health care workers walked the halls, stopping by patient rooms to give them halloween treats.
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some california condors have done something scientists have never seen before -- have a virgin birth, meaning that they laid eggs without a male mate. they ran genetic tests on two chicks and found neither was related to the male. -- after going virtual last year. here is a live look outside this morning, looking at the golden gate bridge. 6:37. we will check in with lisa when we get back. >> disney is celebrating halloween with a monthly live tricks and treats for the whole family on disney plus, hulu, and
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free-form. celebrate 31 nights of halloween on freeform with your favorite scary movies all month long. here's what you can watch today. then disney+ is brewing up spooktacular programs with ghoulish new originals. and an evil spirit is haunting hulu with cauldrons of creepy content. enter the hulu-ween hub if you dare. satisfy your halloween hunger for thrills and chills on disney+, hulu, and freeform all month long. it's a scream. ♪
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if the classic did not terrify you, maybe the asking price will. it was supposed to be set on elms street in springfield,oh, n curr its asking ic is$2 -- $3.2. freddy kreuger hunted teens in the house. there is high interest in the property. heinz is focusing on -- heinz essays, if you have catch up, you have a costume. it is playing catch-up in the bottle but with halloween twist. heinz is also selling a packet with the -- not sure how spreading catch up all over your sounds to me.
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today is the last day of outside lands in golden gate park. headline is to include an oakland native. organizers expect 200,000 people . all guests must show proof of vaccination or a negative covert test. and the weather should hold out for it. lisa: drier than yesterday as we are behind that front. here is a look at san rafael, where mount tam picked up one third of an inch in the past 24 hours. certainly, it has been wet in the higher elevations, even into the east bay. we will talk a return to halloween across the bay area, all that ahead. liz: also next, bouncing back. the warriors took on the thunder after their first loss of the season. chris alvarez has the highlights and reaction, coming up. the new sensodyne repair and protect with deep repair has the science to show
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liz: the 49ers will try to snap a four-game losing streak. jim garoppolo returns as a starter. last night, the warriors bounced back after their loss -- first loss of the season. here is chris alvarez with the highlights. chris: good morning. the warriors coming off their first loss of the season, hosting okc saturday night. golden state cleaned up the turnovers. is this a seven foot which? -- witch? tall. draymond green came out hot. jordan poole was 0 for his last 16 on three point times. draymond is going to find andrew wiggins. highlight play here. alley-oop. and the hammer. dream on missed the
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triple-double -- draymond missed the triple-double. the warriors win 103 >> just keeping things simple. i know how much the turnover struggles last game allowed memphis to come back. we have shooters, playmakers all over the place. if we just have solid possessions and get looks at the rim, good things will happen. chris: hockey, now. seven sharks players and the head coach were placed on covert protocol. santa fe playing without the likes of erik karlsson. the captain also out, but under the weather, not under covid protocols. young sparky. third goal of the season. james reimer, 34 saves. really great and that, but nothing you can do about this one. kaukauna, the rebound.
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we go to overtime. on the power play in o.t.. timo meyer the overtime winner. dusty baker and the astros trying to even the world series against the braves. houston up 1-0. the braves played "it is a small world," and jose altuve came up to. a big solo blast to center. dansby swanson, right field, and it is gone. we are all tied in atlanta. then next man up, jorge seller -- jorge solar. see you later. it just gets out of the park. top of the eighth, still a one-run game. eddie rosario has abead on it. braves win 302. they can win -- braves win 3-2. they can win the world series
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later on today. liz: let's get back to the weather. a little rain but drier today. lisa: we have had help with the on-and-off rain showers with our drought. this is peak offer wind season. a nice switch up from drought two rainfall totals of 5 and 7 inches for oakland and san francisco respectively. over two inches in san jose. this will still bring about one third of an inch for most as we get through tomorrow. here is a look at the view from san francisco. a little fog but good visibility. 56 downtown as well as oakland. low 50's in mountain view. fairly uniform with the cloud cover. morgan hill at 48. from our roof camera, looking pretty spooky. sign sets at 6:11, so looking at trick-or-treaters probably after 5:00. 54 in santa rosa. 56 in napa. a look at coit tower this spooky
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day, this last day of october. a mix of clouds and sun this afternoon. it will be dry tonight. in fact, it will be dry through the afternoon. that will take us through a pretty nice evening with typical cool temperatures in the 60's and 50's. showers then arriving here look like we could get in a dry monday morning commute. monday, level one system, scattered light showers. highest rainfall up towards the coastal hills. looking at slick roadways, we should be drying out by the afternoon commute. 6:00, a few showers in the north bay. stopping this at 8:00, and you will notice most of the commute hopefully getting in without the showers, although you notice from half moon bay, parts of san mateo, maybe looking wet. otherwise it is really until after the 9:00, 10:00 hour when the rain -- maine rain band moves in. the lunch hour looking soggy
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through 2:00. by about 4:00, 5:00, things begin to wind down. there could still be slick spots , but overall, the second half of the day trending dry. looking at rainfall totals anywhere from one third of an inch for most and lesser amounts in the rain shower area. but ben lomond looking at one of the highest totals there at 0.85. hopefully that verifies. another weak system midweek with peaks of afternoon sun. 64 today in richmond. 67 in concord. upper 60's in san jose. 67 in morgan hill. this on tonight sitting at 6:11. dry skies for trick-or-treaters -- irresistible with the cloud cover and low 60's around the bay. mid-60's inland. towards about 7:00, it is getting creepy with temperatures dropping into the 50's.
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accuweather 7 day forecast, showers returning. level one system today. clouds and a dry day tuesday. wednesday night, tracking a rain chance allowing for thursday morning to be a little bit on the damp side. first weekend of november trending dry and we fall back. it is an extra hour of sleep for us. liz: we will be very excited to have that. thanks. day of the dead events are coming back to life this year after going virtual last year. the celebrations are not entirely back to normal yet. we look at how one event is changing its celebration because of covid. >> preparation underway for day of the dead in the mission district. people are buying supplies foref their family alters. >> we are selling sugar skulls,
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marigolds, and all sugar-related crafts. shops like hers sales during day of the dead to remember loved ones who passed away. for the past 85 years, san francisco has held a nighttime procession and alter in in in in mission district. the procession will not happen, but there will be an in person altar exhibition. in oakland, decorations are already up in the fruitvale district for sunday's festival. in the past, the event drew up to 100,000 people. the event went dark in 2020. it is back this year, but instead of music stages, organizes at the unity council restructured it as a health fair and vaccination clinic. >> a lot of folks have not been
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able to get vaccinated due to the schedules of the clinics or vaccination sites. there are a lot of digital barriers, language barriers. >> fruitvale has a high population with many front-line workers who couldn't work from home during the height of a pandemic. the area had one of the highest infection rates in oakland and still has one of the lowest vaccination rates. so this year's event will also focus on healing. ♪ organizers are partnering to offer a drumming healing circle. >> these drums a a africa. when everyone tunes into the rhythm number you connect with the vibrations, and that gives you an opportunity to tap into the energy and an opportunity to balance our minds, our emotions, our bodies, our spirits. ♪ and we have this collective healing that happens. liz: remember to check
6:54 am for a list of all of the day of the dead events happening in the bay area. next, it is the last day of the alameda county fair. details on all the activities you can take part in to celebrate halloween. ♪ when you hear the word healthy, it always feels a little out of reach. that's 'cause the way we're thinking about it is all wrong. so we made a healthier song. for some folks it's like baby steps. maybe it's a jump or eating something green. or taking mom to get that vaccine. ♪ healthier means bringing stuff to the folks ♪
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liz: today is your last chance to check out the alameda county fair. there are lots of activities, including david that celebration, a and 10k, and a screening of the pixar film "coco." there's is also a concert featuring a journey tribute band. the fair runs from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. today. also, a day of halloween fun at the ferry building in san francisco. organizers are putting together a scavenger hunt, pumpkin decorating, and arts and crafts. you can win prizes by showing up in costume.
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there will also be circus performers at the outdoor plaza. it runs from 10:00 to 4:00. let's get our final halloween forecast. lisa: we woke up with a little shower activity, but dry skies the rest of the day. temperatures mainly in the 60's. tonight for trick-or-treaters, the sunsetting after 6:00. temperatures at 5:00 in the low to mid 60's around the bay. they drop through the upper 50's around 7:00. looks fantastic for the little ones -- and the big ones. in level one system returning tomorrow, looks like after the morning commute. then a weak system thursday. november has showers for you. liz: we look forward to that. everyone have a fun night. enjoy and be safe. thank you for joining us here on abc7 mornings. i am liz kreutz along with lisa argen. abc7 news continues at 9:00 a.m. ♪
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