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vaccines for kids ages five to 11. the timing of ac/dc panel and how we expected to play out today. >> and the plan to deal with a $125 million shortfall antitakeover by the state. >> president biden planning to stand up in the fight against climate change. i am rayna roy in scotland. i will have more coming up. reggie: i am almost positive you did not get eight hours of sleep last night. i recommend a vacation. there are times i did not get up until 10:30. >> you deserve that. >> i'm so happy for you. reggie: when you stay up till 6:00 a.m., 10:30, i would serve
this for breakfast. in any case, it is 5:00 p.m. p.. this tuesday, november 2. you are watching abc 7 mornings live right now on abc 7, hulu live, and wherever you stream. kumasi: we want to start our forecast with mike. mike: good morning. we want to talk about the dampness sector you will feel when you step outside. it is a frigid morning. not a lot shows up on live doppler 7, because it is so close to the ground. you can see around napa, santa rosa, along the coast, east bay valleys. we have some reduction due to the fog and drizzle from our roof camera, you can see the embarcadero is still damp this morning. the earlier we get on driving slippery conditions. as a mild morning. upper 50's through 7:00. mid-60's atoowe transition to de transition to more sunshine.
pretty clear to start out. rain. kumasi: thank you, mike. 15 million doses of the covid vaccine have already started shipping out. abc 7 news amy hollyfield has more. amy? amy: hi there. shot this and as it is authorized. the cdc could get that ok today. it is reviewing pfizer's version, which is a lower dose than that that is given to adults. contra costa county off costa say the government will be sending them vaccine supplies
ek.shaws will be available at al vaccine side and at some schools in the county. >> the holiday season is coming up. we want to get it before the holidays, so that is really what we have been focusing on. amy: the counties are preparing, pharmacies are preparing, with cvs saying it is working to provide younger children shots as soon as they get approval. writing saying they could provide those vaccines as soon as wednesday -- right aid saying they could provide those vaccines as soon as wednesday. reporting live in walnut creek, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. reggie: amy, thank you. the school board will start talking about dealing with a 125 million dollars shortfall and avoid a takeover by the state. jobina is breaking out the details. jobina: thank you, reggie.
vincent matthews will present a plan to cover the standard level of staffing while also reducing funding for some positions like counseling, literacy courses. the board has until december 15 to approve a plan. according to the "chronicle," the deficit could go up to 140 $6 million in 2023 if nothing is done, based on current spending. the district has been spending $60 million a year beyond the revenue it receives from the state. swsd was forced to bring on financial consultant to figure out these cuts, and they are required to submit any labor agreements to the state superintendent for review. so san francisco unified has to have approval for salaries, reggie. reggie: thank you. the clearing fire season over, at least for that northbay community. the foot of rain from october,
at least from a couple of weeks ago. kumasi: people across the bay area dealing with the damage, and that includes more than a foot of water that destroyed the operation right at the beginning of the season, so now they can't feed their clients, low income families and people experiencing homelessness. >> it is really hard for the families that come here, we hundred 50 families that we can get food from us, and to be able to put food on the table, it helps them to be able to stretch their limited income, because they have to pay for things like gas, transportation, rent. kumasi: if you would like to make a donation to help out, we have a link on our website, abc7news.com. mike: i want to circle back to that santa rosa story, which is the great story, the fire season ending their. here is the reason why, nearly 11 inches of rain in october, which is nearly unheard of.
we usually receive about one inch and 2/3, so that is why we abruptly shut down the fire season. that is such good news. as far as what is happening today, let's take a look at our temperatures. you can see we are running a little bit warmer than yesterday. how about submit to upper 60's? even a few 70's showing up around places like fremont and livermore and also fairfield, 72 in san jose today. that is pretty mild compared to where we were yesterday. if you are heading out right now, you definitely need a coat but not a very heavy one. temperatures running around 58 to 61 with patty drizzle on the peninsula, and about 51 santa rosa. the rest of us in the mid 50's to near 60 also with patchy fog and drizzle. through the peninsula, we start to see sunshine breakthrough that clouds at noon. mid 60's. we topped out at 4:00 around 67.
64 heading out this evening. level has a deal with the dampness, so use caution whether you are exercising or running errands. here is a look at future radar. you see the blitz disappearing as we head up toward 10:00, and you see the clouds pretty prevalent at lunch, and then just opening for little but if sunshine by the time the sun sets at about 6:09 this evening. that will open a thought the more fog tomorrow, and more rain is on the way tomorrow, too. hi, jobina. pretty slippery this morning. jobina: you took the words out of my mouth. mike: sorry! [laughter] jobina: thank you. doing my job for me. it is slick. that is the word for the day, for the commute come if you need to leave. i experienced it on the bay bridge for sure. we are bringing you a live look from the san mateo bridge, because the h ehe wind advy d combination from thk
conditions, you will run into a wind advisory that they have issued for you. get a heads up and take it slowly, because we know what happens here. spinouts are likely. our drive times, things are looking really nice, tracy to dublin will be about 35 minutes, usual slow. things are on time for highway 4. 15 minutes to san francisco. overall, things are looking green, kumasi. kumasi: thank you, jobina. we have overnighted elements from the climate conference in scotland. they agreed to stop this workstation -- deforestation by 2030, and president biden made his own promises about climate change. abc 7 news reporter reena roy has the latest. reena: day three's agenda is about hitting the ground running. negotiators putting their heads
together, as they try to agree on how to best limit global warning, with the world heating up more in the last 29 years than in the previous 110 years. pres. biden: my administration is working overtime to show that our climate commitment is action, not words. reena: president biden saying the climate crisis is an all-hands-on-deck effort and the u.s. will aim to achieve that -- and as gas emissions by 2050. zero-- net zero gas emissions by 2050. pres. biden: there is an incredible opportunity, not just for the united states but for all of us. we have the ability to invest in ourselves and build an equitable, clean energy future. reena: he is also vowing to developing countries who say they are already basing the harsh realities of a changing planet. >> i received conflict at this conference center here in glasgow. over 2 million of my fello milll kenyans are facing climate-related starvation. reena: the u.s. is calling on private companies to step up and do their part. amazon founder and billionaire jeff bezos meeting with leaders
monday and speaking about his $10 billion investment pledge for the planet. jeff bezos: it will take trillions of dollars to make a dent in climate change. it will take nationstates, companies. what philanthropic can do is to move very quickly. reena: queen elizabeth, via video, says the time for words is over. queen elizabeth: i for one hope that this conference will be one of those rare occasions where everyone will have a chance to rise above the politics of the moment and achieve true statesmanship. reena: president biden even apologized to fellow world leaders here at cop26 for the former president's trump decision to pull the united states out of the paris climate accord, but as you have heard, biden is reiterating that the u.s. is back in the fight. reena roy, abc news, glasgow, scotland. reggie: california's lieutenant governor is leading the golden state's delegation in scotland. we spoke with her on our 3:00 p.m. show, called "getting
answers. >> you you you you you you you u have a healthy economy while combating climate change and investing in renewable energy. reggie: the lieutenant governor stepped in for governor newsom after he pulled out of the conference suddenly last week. abc 7 is committed to building solutions for a better bay area. you can see the full slate of abc 7's climate change coverage on the abc 7 app. download the app wherever you stream. at risk again this year. kumasi: and a flight attendant answering questions from reporters. his message after his first court appearance. >> like firecrackers, and i started screaming, "call 911." reggie: a dad shot
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living in fear. someone shot at their home, hitting the husband in the face while he was holding his 5-wood go daughter. -- five-week-old daughter. his husband spoke exclusively to abc 7 news reporter j.r. stone. j.r.: in oakland, a father was shot in the face while holding his 5-week old baby in their own home. it happened this past saturday in west oakland near 7th and peralta. jimmie: i just started screaming, "get down, get down, get down!" our daughter, our 4-year-old, was crawling towards me, and i moved her towards the kitchen, and he put the baby on the floor. j.r.: jimmie, whose husband was the one who was shot, and who has chosen to cover his face for his family's security, is describing what happened after the shots rang out. jimmie: i saw blood on the floor, and his teeth, and i was trying to get him to turn over so i could see what had happened , to him, but he wouldn't allow me to turn him over. j.r.: jimmie's husband was holding their 5-week-old baby when the shots came into their home in this west oakland neighborhood. miraculously, his husband survived after taking a bullet to the face.
the five-week-old has just minor abrasions on her face. he -- his jaw is fractured here, and his teeth were blown out. thankfully, from what i understand, is that his tongue wasn't damaged. i'm playing the "why?" game right now, because we don't talk to anybody really, like, aside from our immediate neighbors, so i'm trying to figure out if, like, it's because we're gay. you know, i just can't believe this is random. j.r.: oakland police will only say there was a shooting, but won't say if they are investigating the case as a hate crime. jimmie says they now need to find somewhere safe to live. he is hopeful that someone comes forward with information about who would shoot into a home with children in it. jimmie: it is hard for me to believe that nobody saw anything, even somebody who was in the car that didn't pull the trigger, you know, this is [beep] up! you can't just do this to
people. j.r.: j.r. stone, abc 7 news. kumasi: developing this morning, the reverend jesse jackson is in the hospital after falling and hitting his head. he was at a university helping students protest living -- campus living conditions. he has parkinson's disease, which was made worse by a breakthrough covid case earlier this year. reggie: the bay area's and and d treatment is delayed. it was scheduledowhich likely mn the table for thanksgiving. state officials didn't save the season could start a week later. a recent survey showed dozens of humpback whales along the coast, along with some endangered leatherback sea turtles. kumasi: some lessons are back at the jewish center.
abc 7 was there for the first time they opened in 19 months. the jcc says it has a lot of -- a lot to offer. >> we are open for business. people are coming for swimming, the fitness center, playing basketball. we welcome everyone and want to see you back. kumasi: jcc took advantage of the pandemic by upgrading their food service system. live performances are set every month on thursdays. kumasi: not getting enough sleep not only leaves you tired -- reggie: not getting enough sleep not only leaves you tired but could affect your coordination, leaving you clumsy and effective way you walk. so if you find yourself dragging your feet, given a rest. the people who took part in the study, the less sleep they got, the less control he had when walking during a treadmill test. if you cannot get more sleep at night, take a brief nap or get some extra sleep on the
weekends. it can help reduce fatigue. kumasi: get some rest. reggie: i always love it when we are giving sleep advice. kumasi: [laughs] reggie: we are the worst people to give sleep advice. mike: don't do what we do. do what we say. reggie: really cared i think our producers -- which is fine, because they can let everybody know why sometimes we are just not altogether here, because of the lack of sleep, maybe. kumasi: i mean, you have to live. reggie: kumasi. [laughter] mike: you do. let's take a look at the weather and how we are going to live today. this shows how much drier the south bay is going to be this morning cared we are going to find some foggy, damp areas to start but definitely going to be dry, so the morning commute will be a little more travel enjoying -- a little more challenging than the evening commute. a pretty fast-moving storm.
i am tracking another chance monday. let's take a look at temperatures today. we have got mid-60's from half moon bay combat 63, the san francisco at 66, upper 60's to near 70's just about everywhere else, with increasing sunshine late this afternoon. now, with the clouds opening, we will fill in with fog, so watch for that this morning. cooler conditions, still not as cool as it should be, but there will be a few 40's out there in our deepest valleys, most of us in the low to mid 50's. let's talk about what will happen with this one light rain event, anywhere from a couple hundreds to 1/3 of an inch. not expecting any damage. here is a look at 7:00 tomorrow morning. you can see a lot of sunshine. a little bit of rain up in the north bay, then light to moderate rain is the head into the overnight hours with the heaviest rain falling when most of us are sleeping come around
5:00, the heaviest of the ring moving out, and there will be some left over drizzle and also a little bit of fog for the morning commute. thursday will be the tougher of the two commutes. my accuweather 7-day forecast, after making a run into the 60's and 70's, we will drop into the 60's on friday, cooler and breezy saturday and sunday. monday is a 1 right now, besides ari could be even heavier, so we will keep an eye on it. kumasi: thank you, mike. coming up, the 7 things you need to know this morning. reggie: welcoming back tourists. kumasi: light cancellation
kumasi: it is 5:22. if you are just joining us coming here are the 7 things you need to know this morning. a morning. if authorized, shots could begin as soon as tomorrow. reggie: here in the bay area, contra costa officials say the government will be sending a vaccine supply later this week. kumasi: number three, the first major agreements overnight from the u.n. climate change conference in scotland.
president biden presented a plan to world leaders to preserve the forests and help meet carbon emission goals. reggie: number four, the golden gate bridge indicative of what you will be dealing with during your morning commute. some mist and areas of fog all the way through 9:00. jobina: you have a slick commute on your way to the bay bridge. the chp has issued a wind advisory for this bridge and also the san mateo bridge. reggie: number six, it is actually election day. several bay area communities are voting on imported issues, like school parcel taxes. nationally, voters in new york and boston will elect a new mayor, and virginia elects a new governor. kumasi:kumasi: today, the san francisco board of education will begin a plan to build a $125 million shortfall and avoid a takeover by the state. the board has until december 15 two approve a plan. reggie: disturbing new details about a man attacking a flight attendant last week.
this is on a flight from new york city to orange county. 21-year-old brian hsu of irvine made his first appearance in federal yesterday. a court document that he allegedly punched a flight attendant after being told he could not use the bathroom because the seatbelt light was on. hsu claims the flight hit his arm as she charged him. >> did you brian hsu: no, sir. >> is there anything you want to say that flight attendant? brian hsu: i love america. >> what's that? brian hsu: i love america. assault on an aircraft. the flight attendant was treated for broken bones at a denver hospital where the flight diverted. hsu is out on a $10,000 bond and faces up to 20 years in prison it convicted.
american airlines canceling another 250 flight on monday. many travelers are now concerned about how airlines are going to handle the upcoming holiday season. here is abc news reporter gio benitez. gio: in this morning's "gma" first look, cancellation chaos. >> my flight was delayed. we received text messages that the flight was canceled, and the lady at the desk disappeared. gio: she had to switch airports after her cancellation. >> i was surprised when they switched my airport. the lady at the desk, what i was originally trying to get my ticket fixed, said, "yeah, we just don't have any pilots." gio: with thanksgiving weekend three weeks away -- >> airlines have bitten off more than they can chew. when there's bad weather or something is occurs, they do not have enough crews available to fill in. gio: coming up at 7:00 a.m., we have the expert tips you need in case your flight is canceled. with your "gma" first look, i am
gio benitez, abc news, new york. kumasi: talking about flights, delta has a new option to try to ease some of the stress of air travel. they are now offering custom peloton classes, called classes in the cloud, and they range from five minutes to 20 minutes, and they are designed so you can see them in your airline seat. reggie: i saw them traveling last week. kumasi: what did it look like? reggie: i did not actually play it, because my arms and legs are too long for that. kumasi: you can barely move in the sea. [laughter] reggie: i know. kumasi: and now you have to work out? reggie: it is barely a workout, stretches and meditation. kumasi: stretch? how are you going to stretch? reggie: look at us. we cannot even fit into the box. [laughs] kumasi: thank you. reggie: i am practically going into your box. coming up at 5:30, a sign of the season in san francisco.
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tomorrow after being closed. kumasi: mike says sunshine is moving in later today. the best time to get outside after our next round of rain. reggie: good morning on this november 2. abc 7 mornings is live right now on abc 7, hulu live, and wherever you stream. kumasi: it just hit me that it is november. reggie: it is. i still haven't paid rent. [laughter] gotta pay rent. kumasi: you've got to get on it, friend. you can come stay with me if you get kicked out. [laughter] reggie: thank you. mike: that is so nice of you. we have got some fog. let me show you visibility just of the north is getting really think in the north bay valley, so we need to watch out for that. also along the coast, check out in the east bay, we have something fog there. outside of this, we even have some patchy drizzle to contend with during the morning commute, which will be pretty damp just about everywhere.
it is pretty mild this morning. most of the drizzle is done. it is over by noon. except for in higher elevations where you will be stuck in the clouds, so it could be a little misty, little drizzly there. temperatures in the low to mid 60's. sometime late this afternoon, which will help boost of this into the mid and upper 60's, and as you head out this evening at 7:00, we are still in the load mid 60's and clear skies. fog is on the way and two more chances of rain. reggie? reggie: mike, thank you. a pivotal vote for vaccinating kids ages five to 11. in just a few hours, ac/dc advisory panel will meet and vote. the head of the cdc could sign off on the decision tonight. amy hollyfield is live with what parents can expect in the bay area. amy? amy: you can start checking pharmacies sms tomorrow if that is approved today.
pharmacies like cvs say they are ready to roll this out as soon vaccine will be aearl as wednes. the cdc could give that today. it is reviewing pfizer's version, which is a lower dose than given to adults. 15 million doses have already shipped out ahead of this ruling. counties are already busy preparing clinics for the kids and are hoping doses for the five to 11-year-olds will be arriving very soon. >> so we are just awaiting the shipment from the government, and it is expected to be later this week. we are hoping the vaccine efforts that are taking place, as long as everything goes according to plan. amy: pediatricians tell us they are very excited to see this happening for their young patients and their families to get this layer of protection for the holidays. pfizer's clinical trial found the lower dose for kids is
almost 91% effective against symptomatic illness. the white house says the doses could be available sms tomorrow and says there are enough doses for everyone in the five-year-old to 11-year-old age group. reporting live in walnut creek, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. kumasi: thank you, amy. a new push to address the growing mental health crisis in our nation. this morning, a group represent more than 200 children's hospitals and 77,000 doctors is demanding congress take action. the sounding the alarm for kids campaign is calling for new legislation and increase funding for mental health services. during the pandemic of the american academy of pediatrics says that harassment 25% increase in mental health related business for five euros to 11-year-olds, and a 31% increase for 12-year-olds and 15-year-olds. children across the country say there is a 45 percent increase
in the number of self injury and suicide cases what can be done to solve the problem? dr. say action includes access to kids in mental health services and programs that would reduce the risk of suicide both at home and at school. reggie: covid infections are rising in two bay area counties, both alameda and san jose counties have gone from a moderate spread to that san mateo counties have gone from a moderate spread to a substantial one. on monday, the county reported a 7-day case rate for 53 percent of residents, which puts it in the orange tear, substantial spread alameda county was in for about a week, 51 cases per 100,000. now the county -- neither county meets local metrics for removal of indoor masks, because vax rates are below the required 80% mark. kumasi: companies with at least 100 employees will soon be required to provide workers paid time off to be vaccinated. the rule would mandate companies
to pay for sick leave to recover from the effects of the shot. no word on when that will go into effect. if you have any questions about the covid-19 vaccine or the mandate or the policy, you can ask our vaccine team. go to abc7news.com/vaccine and click on the blue box. reggie: flavored tobacco and e-cig devices may soon be banned in walnut creek. city council will talk about that. he will follow contra konta's band -- it will follow contra contra costa's tiburon, a special election is being held to fill a vacant town council seat. in sonoma county, residents are being asked to declare a special parcel tax to help out local
fire protection districts. kumasi: across the country, voters are ballads of several closely watched races, including the virginias governor race. the outcome could predict with the upcoming midterm elections might look like. jobina is out the live desk. jobina: thank you, kumasi. voters across the country could be a bellwether for next year. outcomes could affect the referendum for president biden's agenda so far and linger effects of former president trump on republican voters. virginia, polls show a dead heat between democrat terry mcauliffe and republican jerry youngk in. president biden, vice president harris, and former president barack obama have campaign for democratic candidates. a newcomer to politics has largely stayed away from trump and his allies during the campaign.
the two candidates instead are sticking with the issues. >> i will and was a brick wall to protect your reproductive rights. >> we will declare that virginia's schools never will be closed again, five days a week, in person education. jobina: in new york city, voters will vote in a new mayor. voters in boston will make history electing the city's first female mayor, either michelle wu or another. -- or george. in new jersey, polls show the democrat leading the republican opponent, reggie. reggie: thanks, jobina. the trial for elizabeth holmes will resume in san jose. a water main break forced it to
close. crews had to shut off water to the area, including the courthouse. holmes claimed her blood testing technology was used on military helicopters, even know what was not. the devos family invested $100 million in theranos. coming up, the photographer robbed at gunpoint right outside his home. what we have learned about one suspect. hawaii welcoming tourists back again. what it will take to recover after a rocky ride in the pandemic. first, a check of the weather and meteorologist mike nicco. mike: it is damp as we head through the next couple of hours. that is my biggest concern weatherwise is the commute, patchy drizzle and fog we will be dealing with through that at least 9:00, 10:00.
as far as mass transit, pretty mild this morning. it will be pretty mild this afternoon. temperatures right now running in the mid to upper 50's in our inland east bay neighborhoods, and really the only mid 50's is 54, most of us around 57, 59. watch out for some fog as you head out toward brentwood and discovery bay and also some drizzle. it is around. now, you can see in the north bay a little cooler, low to mid 50's, little more fog there. temperatures around 60 in haworth. east bay, you will be stuck in the cloud cover through at least noon. mid 60's there. ia slow increase in the sunshine will push you about four degrees shy of average, 62 during evening hours under clear conditions. you can see the green kinda fades away at 9:00 high elevations, we have a chance for mist and drizzle. there you go, some sunshine.
this will open us up for more fog tomorrow morning ahead of our next storm coming in tomorrow night i will. have a look at that with future radar, next. let's go to jobina for a look at our other chance of we will zoom in right now, and there was a crash earlier. it has cleared. it was originally blocking all lanes northbound 680. you can see the residual delays remain, still down to around 23 miles per hour if you had in that direction northbound on 680. a live picture here in emeryville showing off 80, really filling in on the westbound side. a heads up if you're making your way toward the bay bridge komeito still slick over there. a live picture in oakland. things are very light and moving at the limit. headlines traveling in the southbound direction for you. bay bridge, san mateo bridge, golden gate bridge, everything is running on time. we just have two people everywhere living with type 2 diabetes
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kumasi:kumasi: three people are under a rest, including two from pittsburgh, in the death of a woman after halloween party. the 19 euros last seen leaving a party from sacrament -- in sacramento saturday morning. both are active at travis air force base. her remains were found in rural monterey county. she was killed at the fairfield home where the airmen live. effectives comb through that house on sunday. a 21-year-old woman from pittsburgh has been arrested for murder. both of the airmen were arrested as accessories to murder. one of them is also from pittsburgh. it is not clear how they know each other. reggie: a photographer from fremont to sharing a terrifying story of how he was robbed of his camera equipment at
gunpoint. it was common surveillance footage for multiple angles. abc 7 has more. >> stunning september, his passion for fog led him to photograph the golden gate bridge with a friend. but the day ended at his home in fremont in the scariest twenty seconds of his life. despite noticing two men, looking at him and his friend at the bridge, he didn't think much of it. neither he or his friend realized the men followed them as louis dropped his friend off in union city. it wasn't until louis pulled into his own driveway in fremont, more than 40 miles from san francisco, that things took a dramatic turn. louis: i saw two guys approach my car. i thought something is happening, something is wrong," . >> captured in remarkable detail on his tesla and home surveillance cameras, you can see a man approach louis's car. when louis honks --
louis: i hear a big smash at the back of the windshield. >> in high-definition, one man can be seen stealing a camera bag. a second man with a gun, is not far behind. louis says his "fight or flight" instincts kicked into high gear. unsure what to do next, louis floored his tesla over cinder blocks, chasing after the suspects who took off in a getaway vehicle. shocked by the commotion, loui'' mom and several family members sprinted out the front door, screaming. louis: my mom is completely > petrified. >> tesla cameras show louis crashing into the getaway car, ripping off the car's bumper, and then a terrifying sight. louis: the guy has a gun pointing in my face. he walks around my car and that's when i hear the gunshot go off.
dion: you can even see louis' brother, jump for cover. when asked if in hindsight he would have chased after them, louis gives a vehement "no". kumasi: transitioning housing will be available at the village to provide warmth, shelter, and safety. that is for 65 people. while it is meant to be a step for more permanent home, it is all helpful. >> this is a really important homeless intervention, because the winter is upon us. we need to get people off our streets and into these shelters. kumasi: the village is a step up from the community cabins that are already in oakland. they have water, flushing toilets, working electricity, and built-in heaters. reggie: a sign of the season in san francisco. christmas decorations are up. abc 7 spotted workers installing snowflakes on light poles. if you are looking to get into
the holiday spirit, the ice rink at union square opens tomorrow. it was not opened last year because of covid. kumasi: what are we doing this year? mike: are we going to make it this year? kumasi: we have a reschedule, because last year, we went to happy our first, and then we were going to go skating, but we never made it. reggie: we got to happy. kumasi: a little too happy. mike had his skates and everything. you are so sad. reggie: yeah, me and francis. kumasi: francis was like, "i'm here. "and we were like, "girl, were not making it." reggie: happy hour was too happy. i love skating parties with no skating. mike:av s tho let's get to the weather map, hopefully. at about 5: this morning, you
can see it is pretty damp out there. one of the areas you can run into some mist this morning, as we start off pretty damp, but afternoon, it will be bright and drier. cooler lows tonight, more areas of fog, and the week and will have a mixture of sun and clouds. at least we will be dry. definitely a touch of fall in the air. it will be a little breezy from time to time. today, we will try to get 70 in fairfield, livermore, 71 in morgan hill, 72 in san jose. everyone else in the mid and upper 50's. even with clear conditions early and fog forming and a few high clouds roaming in late, temperatures will still be warmer than average, with low to mid 50's, some 40's and our deepest valleys in the east bay and northbay, but they will be the exception. let's show you what is going on without storms, wednesday n torrow niglira, up an inch.
here's a look at tomorrow morning, pretty clear, and then all that fog, once it burns off, bitter for all the parts of the day. sun starts to set, and you see the showers, light, that is green. moderate pushing through by the time most of us are sleeping. by the time most of us wake up, the heaviest already out of here and we are dealing with leftover showers, mist, and fog, and by thursday come around noon, just about out of it. temperatures will be in the 60's. a couple of degrees cooler saturday and sunday. don't forget we get that extra hour of sleep as daylight savings ends. change the batteries in your carbon monoxide detectors. reggie? reggie: mike,. thanks hawaii is officially welcoming back tourists. it comes after the governor pleaded for people not to come after increasing covid cases in august. tourist arrival plunged percent.
part of that was because of a usual seasonal slowdown. businesses say they took a big hit. >> it impacted us tremendously. obviously, the occupancy rate in the summer was 80% plus, and then we started to drop all the way to 50%, some even to 40%, so cancellations were happening across the board. association expects more visitors later this month and into december as people travel for the holidays. officials say they won't be able to fully recover until international travelers are going back. 6:00, halloween candy crackdown. kumasi: and a bay area office space. the tech company looking to expand. reggie: grocery stores looking to be around the clock now slashing as ours.
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kumasi: a grocery store that used to be open 24 hours is slashing its hours. safeway and san francisco will now only be open until 9:00 p.m. this is why. safeway says it is due to increasing amounts of theft. it is a move that is becoming increasingly common. target slashes hours at san francisco stores to combat this problem. the supervisor for the district says the theft at safeway stories -- at the safeway store has gotten bad, and they needed a solution to combat the problem. >> at safeway itself has reached the level in the last six months that is unprecedented in their company's history and unprecedented for that location. kumasi: and that is despite safeway locking isles upon aisles of merchandise behind the
cases. in an email statement, safeway telling abc 7 news that changes at the market street store were made so that can maintain a safe shopping experience for customers and associates, given the increasing amount of theft at the store. reggie: apple is introducing a car crash detection feature. the feature will be able to detect when you have been in a car crash, based on a motion sensor, and then it will dial 911 automatically. the parent company of tiktok is looking to expand its bay area offices. according to boston properties, which owns salesforce tower, by dances looking for 3000 square feet somewhere in silicon valley. facebook is also looking to expand. officials say this would boost the economy. if signed, these deals would be among the biggest in the bay area the start of the pandemic. kumasi: all right, this is one for the music fans out there. 17 days to go in till adele
drops a new album, and we are in for an emotional ride. adele: ♪ help me, maybe ♪ kumasi: her album is going to be called "30." the tracklist is out right now, and here is a list. and includes these songs, "easy on me," which is also been released, "my little love," "cry your heart out," "oh my god," "can i get it?" -- reggie: oh! kumasi: [laughs] and "i drink wine." reggie: it is that combo. mike: that is, like, a seven-step process to healing right there. reggie: is it only going to have seven songs? seven songs is not enough. it had better have at least 10 tracks. mike: that's a lot of pain and
suffering. kumasi: that's what i'm saying, mike. reggie: "can i get it" doesn't sound like -- ok. [laughter] i give up. mike: nobody wins nobody. san francisco tallied all the october brain totals, 748%. livermore, 392% of average, that 5.22 inches. san jose about two inches, 408%. so what did it do to our reservoirs? total capacity continues to go up in places like lake orval, 1% higher. look at san luis, 4% higher from sunday into monday. there is some more good news, and we will try to add to this, not only wednesday and thursday but next week. we will talk more about that coming up in the next half hour -- in the next hour, kamas an
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painful cuts coming to san francisco classrooms. counselors, nurses and others hanging in the balance. the impact on san francisco students. president biden: through this plan, united states will help the world deliver on our shared goals. julian: the president's climate plan front and center on the new stage. a sweeping initiative to protect rain forests around the globe. kumasi: plus, rain, rain, rain. it is not going away. the chance of more rain this week. one bay area really fire season is over. julian: you're watching abc seven mornings, live on abc seven and wherever you stream. mike: good morning to you. it is damp, but not