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announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> 49ers after that thrilling finish against the packers. the red and gold just one game away from the super bowl. good morning. it is sunday, january 23. this is a b seven news at 9:00 a.m. -- this is abc 7 news at a.m. let's start with lisa argen. a lot of people waking up happy. lisa: we are waking up to a chilly start to your sunday. high-pressure is in control over our weather.
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lonely right now. it will get busy. the weather is going to be good. 49 in the city. 50 on the coast. not only do we have patchy fog, but we have visibility reduced due to fog and haze. 38 by the delta. from seven to 24 degrees colder with calm winds at the surface and fog from novato to fairfield. it is going to stay that way for the next several days as we are going to stay dry and have minor ups and downs throughout the weekend in terms of temperatures and patchy fog. as we go through the day, another mild afternoon. details on that in the week ahead coming up. liz: thank you. the 49ers are back home in the bay area, one win away from advancing to super bowl 56 after beating the green bay packers.
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the game-winning field goal sent the packers back to the nfc championship game for the second time in three years. here is highlights. >> zero degree wind chill in green bay. the 49ers found a way to win at lambeau field. the 49ers defense and special teams stepping up. fourth quarter, the niners down seven. jordan willis blocks the pond. scope and score. we are tied at 10-10. with seconds remaining, robbie gould good as gold. game-winning field goal through the snow. the niners onto the championship. >> how about the niners? whoo! >> feel like we are under pressure every week. if we do not win, people call us
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trash. if we do win, we did not win the way you all wanted us to win. at the end of the day, we cannot please everybody. >> feel great. just got to win. everybody is dealing with stuff out there. >> i don't want to say we do not flinch. we stay calm. we trust in each other. this team is full of football players that >> love to play the game. >>i don't think everybody knows the gravity of it now. for sure. >> the way this year has gone has made this journey special. i am glad it is still going. >> much more coming up on sports. the niners will be in a much warmer climate in tampa bay or in l.a. liz: that is chris that san francisco mayor celebrated
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this win. bay. he said that is 49ers football at its best no matter the conditions, being an underdog. onto the nfc championship. 49ers fans are excited about the team getting one step closer to the super bowl. abc 7 news reporter ryan curry went to a watch party where fans came together and some say is a great way to provide hope for the city. [cheering] >> it feels like it could be our year. reporter: the 49ers are moving on in the playoffs. embracing the cold temperatures of lambeau field to see it all. >> i took my shirt off. i had to get the shirtless picture going. reporter: he said seeing his
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favorite team win like that is a memory he will not forget. that energy was felt back here at home. >> you cannot get no better than a city coming together once again. reporter: unlike the freezing cold temperatures in wisconsin, district six in soma held a watch party in gorgeous weather. fans hoped their team would win in a difficult matchup against green bay. >> i am a 1980's fan. i go back to joe montana. all these guys. see where they are at now. that is a win in itself. reporter: for many fans it was a welcome sight. city officials say this playoff push is what the city needs. >> bring people together especially at this time when you have had a rough couple of years. to come together like this provides a lot of hope. reporter: ryan curry, abc 7 news. liz: a lot of look forward to. moving on to the latest on that
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winter wildfire burning in monterey county north of big sur. this is being called the colorado fire because it started in the paleo colorado canyon north of the bixby bridge friday night. according to the latest update from calfire, the fire has burned 1050 acres and is 29% contained. now the question is should we prepare for more wildfires in the winter? luz pena spoke to a climate expert about what we should expect. luz: the colorado fire this policy expert insight into what is to come. >> it is unusual. we had an unusual combination of a long stretch of dry weather in january with an offshore wind event. luz: michael climate policy expert.
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should we expect wildfires like this one in january? >> it is likely. in the old days, this would have been incredibly unusual. maybe once in 50 years. these days it is going to be more common. we will see it once every couple years. californians need to be aware of the weather in a different way. the risk is real. luz: instead of categorizing the summer months as the beginning of fire season, calfire is preparing for a fire year. >> 15 years ago we used to call it the california fire season when we might get a fire in july that would last through september, october. it was just a few months. now fires are extending through december and into january. reporter: as calfire units gear up for the rest of the year, california coastal regions are no longer off-limits for wildfires.
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the humidity these areas normally have cannot be expected as seen with the colorado fire. >> there should be that heavy marine coastal fog influence that brings the humidity levels up overnight. that did not happen last night. the humidity levels did not recover. it stayed dry. reporter: michael wara believes fire prevention strategies will be key. >> we need to allow some fires to burn when it is safe to do so, when the weather conditions are not extreme, so we can pick the time and place of battle. as opposed to letting nature choose. reporter: calfire is urging the public to stay vigilant for wildfires throughout the year. luz pena, abc 7 news. liz: the high winds yesterday because chaos across the bay area, downing dozens of trees and knocking out power to thousands. taking a look at the pg&e outage
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map. nearly 2600 customers remain without power this morning. most of those outages are in the east bay and some in the north bay. that is down from 30,000 people without power yesterday morning. cornell barnard shows us some of the damage. >> oh. my house house reporter: a rude awakening saturday when strong winds took down this spruce tree in the oakton hills. >> around 4:00 a.m., we heard a bang and saw a bright reporter: down power lines, leaving neighbors in the dark. josh covered spoke live from his house as the chaos unfolded. >> there is a fire in front of my house. i am on the second story. on the other of the window, powerlines just dangling. reporter: removing the tree
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could take days. not far away, this trait was blocking colton boulevard. >> this will take a couple days to clean this up and get our power on. in the meantime we will be cold and have missed the tv football game. reporter: strong winds knocked down this elm tree on 62nd street, destroying norman's car. >> i am surprised that tree fell. it just happened to be on my car. i just like to park there. reporter: slow going in piedmont where many traffic lights were out. the wind knocked power out to businesses here. some were trying to stay open. inside market was doing cash only transactions and hoping frozen foods would not defrost. >> if this goes any longer, we could be in trouble. reporter: pg&e says it could take days to restore power to
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some parts of the east bay. in oakland, cornell barnard. liz: l l lisa: without the wind, our air quality takes a hit because things are not getting mixed around. we are recycling this air. high-pressure pressure means a mild afternoon. i will explain after this. liz: remembering michelle go. friends and family gathering to remember the bay area native who was shoved to her death one week ago. just over a week to go to the lunar new year. lunar new year. a special ceremony to there's this feeling we chase... like someone upped the brightness on the entire world. like your body is super-charged, but your mind is super calm. it feels like 20/20 vision for your whole being.
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jose's sixth pedestrian death this year. this time last year, there was just one traffic death on the streets of san jose. so far, he total of nine people have died in traffic accidents in 2022. in fremont, the vigil was held in memory of michelle go. last weekend she was pushed in front of a new york city subway train and killed. the group citizens for a better community organized this event at the central park pavilion. city leaders such as the mayor urged the community to come together to stop a api hate. they addressed the need for solidarity with the go family. a signed poster was given to michelle's friends to give to the family. her suspected killer was arrested shortly after the incident. hundreds of antiabortion activists joined walk for life west coast, the annual rally in
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san francisco. >> roe v. liz: there was a strong police presence before the march. the group gathered at civic center plaza. this is happening on the anniversary of roe v. wade, the supreme court decision that legalized abortion nearly 50 years ago. they heard testimonials from people involved in abortion and the negative impact it had on their lives. the number of protesters rebounded after the pandemic reduced their numbers last year. preparations for one group are in full swing. abc seven news anchor dion lim participated in a lion dance ceremony that contributed to one family who experienced an enormous loss. reporter: preparations for the lunar new year of the tiger. the west coast lion dance troupe
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performed a ceremony they have not been able to do for a while. >> today we are going to do a traditional ceremony where we bring the lion, and this year we have a dragon we are going to bring to life. reporter: the troop has been performing in the san francisco lunar new year parade every year since 1978. they are roaring back to life. >> this is a goal. reporter: i had the honor of waking up one lion. the drum holds special significance. it is named after jasper wu, the little deloitte killed by gunfire this past november. his mother and father dotted the eyes as community members pay their respects. the founder of the group anthony shiu says these traditions run in his blood. >> even though i am 60, i still perform.
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today, i will perform. reporter: dion lim, abc 7 news. liz: keep your eyes open for the lions in san francisco's chinese new year parade on february 19. let's get a check of the forecast. those winds have subsided. lisa: we are going to have to wait another week. long-range projections consistent with rain and cooler weather returning as we flipped the page of the calendar as we get into february. a couple days of january next week. right on cue, february 1 looking at some rain. it is a long ways from now. we could see changes into next weekend. right now, live doppler seven looking at the clear conditions. high-pressure with less wind allowing to put a lid on the atmosphere, pushing down more atmosphere in the lower levels. we have some areas of fog.
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50 downtown. it is in the 40's around oakland. 46 san jose. numbers in the south bay near 40. half moon bay is 54. the view showing we have high-pressure looking at the fog and moderate air quality through the bay area. 46 napa with upper 30's by the delta. low 40's in the inland valley. yesterday, 76 santa rosa. look how much colder this morning. with the clear sky, temperatures bottomed out in the 30's. as we look at the winds out of the north, still offshore. look at mount diablo. 10 miles per hour. these easterly winds not bringing in a lot of warmth but still mixing the atmosphere in the upper elevations. looking at a return to that
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onshore component as we get into the late afternoon. that will keep the city in the low 60's. emeryville, we have those areas of fog. sunny and mild this afternoon with our dry pattern. we are going to see cooler numbers. clouds arrive. until monday afternoon, the swell is kicking up. it will be a good northwesterly swell. that will allow further risk of sleeper waves and those rip currents. here is a look at that air quality. you can see yellow around the bay. better on the peninsula over toward fremont. do not expect a lot of changes until we get some rain or wind. things are going to stay moderate in terms of the air we breathe. nothing hazardous. mid 60's today into monday. slightly cooler tuesday. the ridge rebuilds into the upper 60's to near 70 thursday. we are looking at the cooler weather with the changes.
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there is the storm track to the north. by friday, we could see rain to the north. that last day of january. there is a look at some of the rain that hopefully visits us into that first day of february. today, look for low 60's in oakland. downtown, a little bit of a sea breeze with 62. the forecast, little change. the coast will be cooler. we will have fog in the morning. probably the warmest day towards thursday. there is the cloud cover we are expecting friday. hopefully rain after that. liz: streaming. how it came meet ron. that man is always on. and he's on it with jardiance for type 2 diabetes. his underhand sky serve? on fire. his grilling game? on point.
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liz: a pirates paradise is about to be known across the country. morgan's cove made its disney plus debut according to jeff goldblum. justin dorsey first show you this home two years ago and caught up with the crew. reporter: in the quiet city of morgan hill, there is a secret pirates cove like you have never seen before. it will appear on national geographic's the world according to jeff goldblum highlighting the best backyards in the country. >> do you see what i see? am i dreaming? they got a big ship in their backyard. >> it is an honor. we enjoyed every day of every minute of every hour when we are here. reporter: rich and his crew worked on this backyard complete with a pirate ship for two decades to give people a real-life pirates of the caribbean experience and quit
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morgan hill on the map. we were here two years ago. now the pirate paradise will be seen on a national stage on disney plus this week. >> it was pretty amazing. have this huge crew here. they have these setups with huge cameras. they are on their backs with their backpacks. reporter: once nerves settled, the team shot for 12 hours because jeff goldblum was so interested in every detail. now goldblum is officially part of the pirate crew. >> we had to put him through some tests on firing a canyon, dealing with the rigging of the ship. i was not overwhelmed by who he was other than he was coming onto our ship. reporter: this all took place in may. the crew has been waiting patiently to see their debut. we gave for otto and kevin
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fernandez a first look at the episode. >> check it out. oh boy! [laughter] >> that was pretty remarkable what you just showed. not having any blueprints, we just did it from the seat of our pants. for it to come out like this for the world to see is incredible. reporter: in morgan hill, dustin dorsey. liz: looking forward to seeing that. the episode is trimming on disney plus. disney is the parent company of disney plus and abc 7. still to come, two years after the first covid case was detected in the u.s., we are hearing from people who have lost loved ones. how they are stepping up to help others in the same situation. getting kids vaccinated. incentive offered today if you get your what can i du with less asthma? with dupixent, i can du more....beginners' yoga. namaste... ...surprise parties. aww, you guys.
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you are watching abc 7 news live here on abc 7. we will start this half-hour with the weather. let's get to lisa argen. lisa: good morning. 49 degrees in santa cruz. we have a beach hazard statement later on. that northwesterly swell will be back, keeping a dangerous along the coast. 50 downtown. upper 40's oakland. air quality about moderate across the bay today. 41 santa rosa. it is still cold with fog. dense fog advisory for the delta. 38. temperatures much colder. we were clear almost all night long. there is that eight mile visibility by fairfield. two mile in novato. you can see the haze. moderate air quality the next few days. we will warm up today above average.
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plenty of sunshine. we are tracking changes in the accuweather seven day forecast. thank you. the cdc has released a study showing the omicron variant has continued to spread rapidly. boosters are the best line of defense against covid. more hospitals are reporting an increase in covid. reporter: as the fight against covid continues, cases are falling in more than half of the country or plateauing. the situation is still critical in many states and hospitals are still overwhelmed. wisconsin leads the nation in new cases per capita. >> if you fall on the ice, have a heart attack, stroke, we do not have beds available for those incidents. all the beds are being by covid patients. patients are waiting in the emergency room for days. reporter: the u.s. reporting over 18 million new cases in the last month.
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more than a quarter of the nation's confirmed covid-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic. millions of eligible americans remain unvaccinated. >> unvaccinated are more than 14 times more likely to be infected and 50 three times as likely to die. reporter: on friday, a federal judge in texas barring the government from enforcing president biden's vaccine mandate for federal workers. the white house saying vaccination is our strongest tool against the virus. the justice department to appeal. the biden says free n95 masks from the government will be available at pharmacies and community health centers in the coming days. free at home tests from the government have begun shipping. liz: dr. fauci says he is as confident as you can be about most states reaching a peak from the omicron variant by
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mid-february. >> there may be more pain and hospitalizations in those parts of the country that have not gotten fully vaccinated or boosted. you never want to be too confident when dealing with this virus. it has surprised us in the past. we do not want to get overconfident. they look like they are going in the right direction. liz: in an interview this morning, dr. fauci said there are states in the northeast and upper midwest where cases have already and declined sharply. cases are still going up in southern and western states. as the biden administration starts to ship out covid tests, dr. fauci says these kinds of protections could keep future variants at a lower level. the children's discovery museum in san jose is hosting a vaccination clinic. kids who get their vaccination will get a family pass for a free museum visit. first and second doses are available.
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today's event runs from 9:30 to 4:00 p.m. if you cannot make it today, there will be another clinic on sunday, february 13. we are following a dispute between the oakland teachers union and the school district. the teachers union says they are making progress in discussions. they say they plan to have an update tonight and have issues resolved by monday. the district has agreed to three demands, on-site testing, kn95 masks, and a plan to address staffing levels. teachers say they will strike if a deal is not reached. harry potter and the cursed child is expected to resume tonight at san francisco's current theater. last night's performance was canceled. hundreds of people were turned away from the theater. guests are being asked to contact their ticket seller to
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arrange for another performance day. it has been two years since the first cases of covid were detected in the u.s. abc 7 news spoke to people across the country whose loved ones died from covid. more than 800,000 people have died from the virus in the u.s. tara in arizona lost her dad charles. she is grateful to all the medical workers who showed compassion during his last days. >> it is so hard on so many levels. there have been so many up and downs. the vaccine came out. i felt so positive. i volunteered at a vaccine site. i cried while i was vaccinating seniors. i wish my dad was here. liz: kristin got a never thought would happen to her. her dad mark had passed away from covid. >> it really came to
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have been marked for the rest of our lives. we will be marked by covid. that was both an inspiration from my father but also wanting to create a name for an organization that could be a big tent for people who have been impacted by covid. liz: marked by covid has given families who lost loved ones a new direction. kristen called out former president trump for spreading false information that she believes led to the death of her father. >> i feel like i found what i need to be doing. we cannot let the memory of our loved ones just go by the wayside. this was a huge tragedy. liz: lucy lost her husband and sister-in-law to the virus. she is working with marked by covid on establishing a covid memorial day.
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california is looking for a few good college students who want to volunteer and get paid. students would respond to the state's emergencies and disasters. in exchange, they will get $10,000 towards their to ration -- their tuition. reporter: students carry a heavy burden by taking on loans to pay for college. >> the ones i have, i would have to get a job instantly after i graduate. reporter: what if part of those loans could be paid off before they graduate. through a newsday program, students would have to volunteer. >> if you serve your community, we are willing to help you pay for college. reporter: it is called californians for all college core. the state is investing. here is how it works. >> serving a total of 450 hours over the year as they help tackle issues like climate change, education disparities,
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covid-19 recovery, and other challenges. reporter: if one were working full-time, 450 hours would translate into a little more than 11 weeks. they would earn $10,000 to pay off loans or other college expenses. >> 10,000 bucks, that is a lot of money. that is a big deal. 6500 people having that opportunity. if this works, we go back to the legislature and take it to another level. we can take it to the rest of the country. nobody else is doing this. reporter: the student loan debt crisis seems to impact low income students the most. there is an argument to be made that those with the greatest financial needs who are strapped with debt will not be able to contribute enough to the economy. dreamers will be allowed to participate because these are state funds. 45 universities will take part in the program. more will be added later. in san francisco, lyanne melendez.
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prevagen. healthier brain. better life. liz: if you are looking for something to do, check out a first of its kind experience at the united irish center in san francisco. it explores the roots, rhythms, and rituals of irish dancing. it has evolved across the world. the cultural center is celebrating 150 years of irish dancing in the bay area. it runs through next sunday at the center in the outer sunset. tickets cost $20. getting outside to play got a lot more fun in one san
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francisco neighborhood due to the grand reopening of the bayview casei jones playground. the city put $6 million of renovations into the park. there is a bigger and better play area for kids, new exercise equipment, a walking path, and picnic lawn. a great reason to get outside this weekend. lisa: 51 santa cruz. we have a beach hazard statement today through monday. air quality is moderate. looks pretty good. you will notice the change. high-pressure is in command. not as far as the eye can see. i will explain when we come back. liz: the 49ers advance to the nfc championship game after rodney goltz walk-off wear. we will have the highlights and postgame
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it is 53 in oakland. hope you are having a good start to this sunday. as we talk about sports, we will get to it. the warriors are back in action, taking on one of the other top teams. the warriors will face the jazz. tipoff is at 5:30 at chase center. the 49ers wait to find out who they will play in the sundays nfc championship game. last night, san francisco used more late game magic to beat the packers. here is chris alvarez with the highlights. chris: good morning. after a win over the cowboys, the 49ers reward was a trip to lambeau field to take on the green bay packers. the wind chill was zero degrees. the fifth coldest packers playoff game ever. both quarterbacks might be in different uniforms next season. the packers scored easily on their first drive. this is the 49ers first
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completion of the game. zero degrees and short sleeves. 85 on that drive. garoppolo in trouble. the niners could add points right there. final play of the half, jimmie ward blocks the field goal tribe. 7-0 at the half. kyle shanahan fired up momentum going into the locker room. running hard and gets crunched right there. clearly in pain. that would lead to a field goal. five minutes to go. the packers punting from their own end zone. jordan willis with the block. go get that football. get it and score. game tied at 10-10. are you kidding me? what a turnaround. minutes to go. third and seven. first down move. what an effort. he hops off the field, 103 total
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yards. remember he missed the field goal in the playoffs. kicks the game field goal as time expires. 13-10, the niners had editing to the nfc championship next week. >> the guys were ecstatic. just being in that game and the way it went, to find a way to win, could not be more proud. >> where battle tested. we have been through so much. we do not get phase. >> it was cold. it was just the mindset of this team and the physicality we have got to play with. we just came out with a win. >> we just find a way. every week is different. the fight in this team is ridiculous. no giving up. we feel it on the sideline. >> the niners will take on the winner of today's buck's and rams game.
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back to you. liz: really overall, it has been nice weather. lisa: we can top that. we will try again next weekend. here is a look at live doppler 7. you can see the clouds going up and over. huge dome of high pressure has been protecting us, keeping the storm track out of town. now we have the moderate air quality. you can see the surface level air being pushed down by high pressure. that allows for the particulate matter to collect. 46 san jose. 45 santa clara. 54 at the coast. oakland 49. you remember the drill. high-pressure around in the wintertime, it does not take much for us to return to that haze. 50 petaluma.
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it has been dense fog out by this is soon area. looking at fairfield with fog. 42 conquered. the temperatures have bottomed out. even a windchill earlier this morning of 30 degrees in santa rosa. as we look at the wins above abe 1000 feet, still out of the north. they are much lighter. look at mount diablo. we are going to see a return to that onshore push. that will bring the westerlies back late in the day today. mount tam, some fog and haze. sunny and mild afternoons. we could add the plural as day after day will feature dry conditions. the end of the week getting more cloud cover. we will be looking at a pattern change. fingers crossed as we get towards february. kind of our on-again, off-again month-long pattern. we have been blessed with the
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rain. we had a month of dry conditions. the risk of sneaker waves. all the way from that north coast down through big sur. dangerous conditions there. moderate air quality, from time to time back to good. fremont looking good. as we look at the highs over the next several days, it is going to be mild. average high is 60 around santa clara and san jose. slightly cooler monday and tuesday. the rich builds before it should break down altogether as we look at the end of the workweek. monday and tuesday of next week, still january, but in the next 10 days looking at rainfall hopefully going to return to the bay area. on the peninsula, we had up her 60's yesterday. with that afternoon sea breeze, 64 san mateo. 62 with that sea breeze. it was 63 today in vallejo.
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san leandro 64. concord 62. looking at that onshore flow mixing it up late today. sunny and mild afternoons. the warmest day of the week should be thursday, kind of like last week. by the end of next weekend, we break that ridge down. cold front from the north bringing back rain and snow. liz: we really need it. next, top art fair returns to san francisco for the first time in two years. where you can see work from some of the best artists and designers. why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate-to-severe eczema, or atopic dermatitis under control? hide our skin? not us. because dupixent targets a root cause of eczema, it helps heal your skin from within, keeping you one step ahead of it. and for kids ages 6 and up, that means clearer skin,
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princess cruises was born right here in california. for over 55 years, we've been helping californians make the most of their precious vacation time. and right about now, we could all use a real vacation. so forget the road trips and rentals and sail with princess right from san francisco to the glaciers of alaska, the beautiful tropics of hawaii, the beaches of mexico or along the california coast. sail conveniently from sf from just $79 per day. book now at liz: a san francisco event returns today for the first time since 2020. you can check out art at the fog design art fair. it features a special insulation
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at the formation festival pavilion. dozens of dealers will be showcasing exhibits. organizers say fog has helped make san francisco a destination for the international art world. tickets cost $30. let's get one final check of the weather. lisa: those redwoods depend upon them. as we look at the storm track for the next several days, you know it is going to be a dry week. friday, a system to the north will cool us off. it looks like sunday and monday, those last few days of january bringing some rain. into february, we are looking like a flop on the storm track. we are going to flip it over, which would be what we need. 65 fremont. 66 santa rosa. those onshore winds return. not strong enough to clean out the atmosphere. we will have moderate air
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quality today, tomorrow, and much of the work week. the accuweather forecast looking at bright skies, mild highs. by the end of the week cooling off. liz: hopefully we turn things around. we need it. thanks for joining us on abc 7 mornings. i am liz kreutz along with lisa argen. abc 7 news continues at 5:00 p.m. have a great rest of your sunday.
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