tv Today in the Bay NBC October 10, 2021 7:00am-8:00am PDT
good morning. it is sunday, october 10th. it's 7:00 on the dot as we take a live look outside above the clouds and the very top of the golden gate bridge, and right below as we see she's getting ready to be on display for the final extravaganza of fleet week later today. thank you so much for starting your day with us. if the forecast is anything like yesterday, it will be a good one. >> we had fantastic weather. we do have a couple changes
ahead that will impact how we head into the workweek. a beautiful shot of san francisco. you saw the fog there in the earlier shot. 53 degrees. so we're comfortable. we are rather cool for the most part, even into the interior valleys. 52 degrees, but we have high pressure but we will be running a few degrees warmer today and then things will cool off a little bit. here's a closer look at the headlines we are monitoring. it will be mostly sunny, but we are going to be seeing dry conditions. there's a fire weather watch in effect starting at 11:00, but the wind advisories have now been bumped up and upgraded to a red flag warning for the north bay mountains, the east bay hills, starting tonight because of those gusty offshore winds, we're talking 50 plus miles per hour. whenever we see gusty winds that lowers our humidity and i will go into full detail about that coming up in a few minutes. >> see you in about 15. a live look in walnut creek and dublin as vianey just
mentioned, gusty winds are moving in. the fire danger has pg&e taking action. if you live in the areas in yellow on this map, you could lose power starting tomorrow. pg&e planned a public safety power shut off for monday. the outages are set to impact customers in alameda, contra costa, solano and napa county. as we look at the san jose airport, the calm after the proverbial storm. yesterday thousands of passengers could not get to their destinations. more than 1,300 southwest airlines flights were delayed or completely canceled. today in the bay's, tom jensen, reports. >> a busier than normal saturday for southwest airline counters, lines backed with passengers they got the distressing news
bright and early. >> when i woke up this morning i got a text saying my flight had been canceled. >> they texted me this morning. >> what did they say? >> the flight was canceled. they were rebooking for tomorrow. >> 11 flights canceled in san jose, and 17 delays. 11 more southwest cancelations at oakland international. they are among hundreds more canceled flights on southwest airlines across the nation. hundreds more delayed as well. >> at first i thought it was rebooked for this morning at 6:30, because i was kind of in a panic, and then i realized they rebooked it for tomorrow. >> it all had to do with weather in florida on friday night, that led to a cancelations do to a faa management program. it led to a domino affect in saturday. meanwhile, passengers told us they can't wait and hope to get on a rebooked flight on sunday.
an east bay man trying to get home from chicago this evening told me he eventually booked a light on another airline and arrived just a short time ago on sfo, a flight that cost him $600, an unexpected expense he plans to take up with southwest, after he gets rest after a long day of traveling. tom jensen, nbc bay area news. uc berkeley police are investigating a hate crime on campus. a car was vandalized in a way that qualifies as a hate crime. it happened on friday in the berkeley hills. the destruction of the car likely was motivated by bias. anybody with information is urged to come forward. more action is being taken to protect members of the asian-american pacific islander community. the oakland china town safety committee yesterday held a clannic to empower the aapi
people with tools and knowledge, and the knowledge came in the formed of safety tips, and the tools were pepper spray and alarms. >> when they were getting off a bus, they were approached by two individuals one coming after my father with a steel pipe, and my father was able to deploy the pepper spray and that saved his life. changes on the way to children sections of large department stores. governor newsom signed a law that makes california the first state to require a gender neutral section. retailers with more than 500 employees must display things like toys and child care items in general neutral ways. separate boys and girls sections
will still be there, and that doesn't apply to clothes. lgbtq advocates say traditional marketing methods pressure children to conform to gender stereotypes. positive news out of southern california, where the coast guard continues to clean up after the massive oil spill in orange county. the impact of the pipeline rupture is not as bad as they expected. environmentalist feared the worst, a long and intense cleanup and it appears the region has been spared the worst. the spill created ribbons of oil rather than one large blotch. >> we have been smaller tar balls, maybe quarter-sized or smaller. a couple larger ones, but really they have been very effective in making sure they are removing the product. >> more than 1,300 people are helping in the cleanup, and orange county beaches and now
some san diego county beaches remain closed. back here locally in a live look at the bay bridge this morning, the city of san francisco not quite as jovial as it was yesterday morning after the giants lost to the dodgers last night. the teams are tied 1-1 in the best of 5 series. business in the city has been booming over the weekend as thousands come in for fleet week, the warriors games and the giants. >> a playoff game luring more than 40,000 baseball fans to oracle park. joining thousands more who came to watch the blue angels soar during fleet week. add in great weather, and you have got a recipe for a big business boost. here at lucky strike bar and bowling alley, fans poured in before, during and after the
giants game. and during fleet week. >> it has been awesome for us. >> big sales for giants gear 2, as shirts were flying off hangars, and even independent vendors saw a large spike from crowds. from the marina to the mission district during fleet week, music filled the air and jets filled the sky, and after the dodgers filled the giants bartenders filled glasses during the game, as the night life continues. a day of big events making a big impact on local businesses. in san francisco, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. happening today, the san jose sharks are going to show off their skating skills in their first ever showcase.
teammates will compete against each other in competing in their skills. fans will need to show proof of full vaccination to attend the event. it kicks off at 1:00 p.m. at the sap center. we take you live to washington, d.c. for our weekly interview with chuck todd, who has a preview of this week's "meet the press." plus, empty shelves and higher prices, and what is causing a decoration shortage and the impact it has on all of us. nissan frontier. hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. ♪ tension builds... ♪ the plot twist. ♪ the hero prevails.
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welcome to the best coast, of course, i am biassed. on friday we learned the white house blocked an attempt by former president trump to withhold document from congress on the january 6th insurrection. what can we expect to unfold next? >> your best coast meant i had to set a 1:45 alarm. i have not decided if i stayed up late or got up early on that front. i'm learning that. look, i think the issue with this report, and on the one hand it should be alarming. these are trump appointees, who are testifying under oath to the united states congress, and now it's not on camera. we did not see it, and i think that's a big issue here. outlining all the different ways the former president tried to
interfere with the justice department and tried to get them to come down and potentially he was considering firing a bunch of folks, and creating a new acting attorney general, and then at the end, a whole bunch of people close to trump said they would resign if he pulled that off, and he backed down. that's the alarming thing about the report is basically we came this close to having a calamity, a constitutional crisis, and what happens if he gets back into office? right now, it looks like he's the odds on favorite to be the republican nominee in 2024. >> you also have his former press secretary talking about her book, what i saw at the trump white house. that will be a fascinating glimpse. i want to ask you about a glimpse, and is it going to be a back and forth with the
democrats and republicans, the infrastructure bill, the build back better bill, are we just going to be going back and forth like this? >> apparently, unless the democrats come up with a plan to eliminate the debt ceiling issue. there's a couple ways they could do it. i am mildly surprised we have not seen a more vigorous democratic threat to get rid of the hostage, you know, don't allow this to be wep weaponized this anymore. democrats are not proposing to get rid of it, and it does beg the question, do they want this weapon, still? i will be curious to see if there's more of a movement to get rid of it and never have this crisis again. you could give the president to authority to lift the ceiling and have congress stop witness a two-thirds majority. you create a super majority threshold, and we won't have the weaponizations of the political tactics. i do think the strategy of the
republicans is to gum up the works for the democrats, and the democrats are trying to avoid that. they know that's the strategy because they are trying to go it alone. this is what polarized government gives you, this kind of fits and starts of how the government is going to work. >> chuck todd, wish we had more time with you. chuck todd, live from southern california. thanks for joining us this morning. hope you get a nap in. be sure and join chuck for this week's "meet the press." he will have former president trump white house secretary, stephanie grisham talking about her new book. he will also have an interview of facebook's vp of global affairs. that's right after this newscast. house speaker nancy pelosi and pope francis met in the vatican city. pelosi is catholic and is being
criticized for her support of abortion rights. pelosi said it was a spiritual honor to be in his presence. and then this is the city's ninth annual disaster survival drill. in recent years, california has been hit by wildfires. >> it really is important to have a plan. make sure you can communicate with your family, friends and loved ones. build a kit. get your emergency supplies gathered. it's not difficult. you can do a little bit at a time, add things to your grocery list. the most important thing is to make sure you have what you would need in case of an emergency for three, five days, even a week. >> the city says 32
neighborhoods participated in yesterday's drill. well, halloween is just 21 days away. but the real scare is what is happening behind the scenes to get costumes and decorations to the stores. supply chain issues are creating major problems for retailers, and customers could end up paying for it. kathy park explains. >> with halloween closing in, a nightmare for retailers is coming a reality. >> it has been a very difficult year to get costumes and decorations in store, in stock. >> demand is ticking up at the chicago costume shop, but thre a a major slowdown getting merchandise on the shelves, from congested ports, to truck driver shortages. the ongoing supply chain issues means products are still stuck in transit. >> we are waiting on 25 to 30% of the merchandise to come in that we previously ordered. some of it won't even come in
before the holiday. >> they are not alone. spirit halloween operates 14 pop-up locations across the country. >> when did you realize this was going to be an issue. >> it started in april. all of a sudden the supply containers drivers -- >> if i were a customer walking into your store, would you notice anything different? >> as a customer, you might notice the bald spots. >> americans had to go big this year, expecting to spend $10 billion on costumes, decorations and more. >> hopefully i can find what i am looking for, but who knows. >> and then new costumes are selling out fast. >> the squid game stuff is,
like, every other person is asking for it. >> to avoid the scare of not finding that perfect costume -- >> try to get the store early, like now would be great. >> and retailers say don't be spooked by higher price tags, as they make up for the cost of doing business. >> they are hard to find, and they are extremely expensive. >> prepare for sticker shock, with halloween making a big comeback. >> that was nbc's kathy park reporting for us. a lot of dogs are all play and no work, but not these dogs as part of fleet week, members of law enforcement and the military hosted a k-9 heroes showcase at de-bose park. >> when they are told this is a police dog, their eyes light up and i have seen that in some
adults, this is a police dog? he's letting me give him a belly rub. these dogs are so well trained, they can go from that level to a level of protection in a matter of seconds. >> they got to watch those dogs run around and do some drills. it's time now to check in with our resident dog mom, meteorologist, vianey arana, with a look at your microclimate forecast. it's a beautiful week for fleet weekend and everything else. >> yes, the skies cooperated for that, and but we want to start out with this gorgeous shot of san francisco. it has been so nice when it comes to the temperatures. 53 degrees right now in san francisco. we were able to enjoy some more fall-like weather around here. overall, as we head out the door, 43 degrees in san jose. for the past couple of days, i have been having to wear a
sweater, which has been a nice change. the 24-hour temperature change, we are a few degrees cooler in palo alto. your forecasted highs for today, another sunny day. temperatures will be in the mid and upper 70s for the most part. livermore, 77. however, i do want to get to this, because the fire weather watch was upgraded to a red flag warning and that's going to go into effect tonight. let's talk about the incoming changes. we have high pressure sitting over the bay area right now, but if you look ahead at the timeline, monday at 4:00, and we have a trough to the north so temperatures will get cooler. we are expecting rain and snow for the sierra heading into monday. this storm is not going to bring us rain, but it's going to bring us cooler temperatures and also gusty winds from the north-northeast and that's going to kick up the elevated fire danger, which is why, if you notice here, we have yellow and red on the map. the red is red flag warnings
just upgraded, gusts upwards of 60 miles per hour. the yellow, these are fire weather watches and so the entire inland area will see fire danger because it will be gusting, and we are seeing low humidity, and more humidity recovering into the early morning, and here's why. the wind gusts, and you start to notice the 29-mile-per-hour winds, 32 here, and when i fast-forward this, monday around 11:00 to noon, for the most part even though you may not live near a higher elevation area, it will gusting around the coastline. san francisco, look at this, 40-mile-per-hour winds, san jose, 43. we are talking about those winds kicking into the overnight hours. we will see humidity below the
20% mark. napa, 15%. keep in mind it is extremely dry out there. we're going to seat fire watch in effect. the gusty winds stick around through tuesday, and then we see a warm-up head into next weekend. we will keep a very close eye on that. we do have much more ahead on a "today in the bay." coming up, in case you missed it, it was a rough night for the giants dropping game two against the dodgers. anthony flores takes us to the game, next.
giants fans leaving disappointed because the national league division series is tied to one win a piece heading to southern california after the dodgers hammered the giants tonight in game two. let's start on a positive note. among the more than 42,000 fans in attendants tonight at oracle park, actor tom cruise taking
pictures and shaking hands. fans were excited to see tom cruise in the ballpark. already up 1-0 in the second. kris taylor gives the dodgers a 2-0 lead. and then it's enough for flores to tag and store, and cutting the lead in half. then the dodgers break it open, and cody belanger doubles up the base and then two runs score, part of a four-run inning. and then smith smacks a solo home run. l.a. beat the giants 9-2. >> obviously looking forward to turning the page on tonight's game. getting ready for los angeles, not our best effort tonight. the dodgers swung the bats better than us, and made more pitches than us and more plays than us. >> they are a tough team.
they are never going to go away like we're not going to go away, and unfortunately things swung in their way tonight. >> it's a tough team, obviously. we just got to go out there and get them. >> as we have done all season long, we will turn the page and get ready for an off day, an off-day of preparation and get ready for game three. >> the series now shifts from san francisco to los angeles for games three and four on monday and tuesday. >> thanks, anthony. it's 7:27. we have much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, thousands of travelers on one airlines stuck at bay area airports yesterday. what is to blame for the delay or cancelation of hundreds of flights and will it be better today? plus, pg&e putting thousands of customers on notice. strong winds could trigger power shutoffs. when and where, after the break.
good morning. it's october 10th. the sun rising over the bay. as we look from emeriville towards the bay bridge, and clear skies over the downtown san francisco skyline. thank you so much for starting your sunday morning with us. i am kira klapper. meteorologist, vianey arana, joins us with a quick look at your microclimate forecast. i can barely talk. had way too much yesterday. it's beautiful weather over the bay area, and that's good because a lot a going on. >> i saw you out for the fleet week activities. 52 degrees in san jose. temperatures right now are pretty chilly, if you ask me. i mean, low 40s for santa rosa. napa, 44. as you head out the door in morgan hill, 43.
definitely seeing temperatures in the 70s, and the big story head into the evening is going to be the elevated fire concerns. national weather service has just issued a red flag warning for the highlighted areas in red, so you can see the north bay mountains here, and the santa cruz mountains as well. this takes affect starting tonight because of the gusty winds kicking up. we have low humidity and fire weather watches for the yellow highlighted areas also take affect starting tonight. i will go into more detail on this and what to expect coming up in a few minutes. >> thanks, vianey. we'll see you soon. a live look outside in walnut creek and dublin, as vianey just mentioned, gusty winds will move in and a fire watch affect in parts of the east and north bays. the fire danger has pg&e taking action. if you look at the map, if you live in the yellow areas, you could lose power starting
tomorrow. the emergency shutoffs would affect customers in five counties, alameda, contra costa, sonoma, solano and napa. yesterday, thousands of passengers could not get to their destinations because 1,300 airlines flights were delayed or canceled. >> a busier than normal saturday for southwest airline counters at mineta san jose international airport. >> when i woke up this morning i got a text saying my flight had been canceled. >> they texted me this morning? >> what did they say? >> the flight was canceled. >> 11 flights canceled in san jose, and 17 delayed. 11 more southwest cancelations at oakland international. they are among hundreds more
canceled flights on southwest airlines across the nation. hundreds more delayed as well. >> at first i thought it was booked for this morning at 6:30, and then realized they booked it for tomorrow. >> it all had to do with weather in florida on friday night, which led to cancelations due to a faa required air traffic management program. those cancelations on friday night, led into a domino affect on saturday. passengers told us they can't wait and hope to get on a rebooked flight on sunday. an east bay man trying to get home from chicago this evening told me he eventually booked a flight on another airline and arrived a short time ago at sfo, an unexpected expense of $600 that he plans to take up with
southwest after he gets rest after a long day of traveling. >> our own chris chmura traveling and tweeting about the delays three hours ago. he said another rough day for southwest air. lots of red on the boards at tampa international airport. so we will continue to follow this story to see if all those flights will be up and running again today. uc berkeley police are investigating what they are calling a hate crime. officers are not releasing much information, only saying a car was vandalized in a way that qualifies as a hate crime, and the destruction of the car was likely motivated by bias. it happened on friday in the berkeley hills. anybody with information is urged to come forward. changes are on the way to children sections of large department stores. governor newsom signed a law that makes california the first state to require a gender neutral section. retailers with more than 500
employees must display things like toys and child care items engender neutral ways. separate boys and girls sections will still be there. the rule does not apply to clothes. lgbtq advocates say traditional marketing methods pressure children to conform to gender stereotypes. now to southern california where there's some positive news. the coast guard continues to clean up after the massive oil spill in orange county. the department of wildlife and fish say the rupture is not as bad as they expected. a long and intense cleanup and it appears the spill has created ribbons of oil rather than one large mass. >> here on the beach in newport we have been finding smaller tar
balls, stuff, you know, quarter sized and maybe smaller, and a couple larger ones, but really they have been very effective in making sure they are removing the product. >> more than 1,300 are helping in the cleanup. orange county and now san diego county beaches remain closed. all right. the national league division series is heading to southern california, tied at 1-1. a win for both teams after the dodgers clobbered the giants in game two last night. among the more than 42,000 packed oracle park, after tom cruise, and my producer is suspicious, that's a doppelganger. the giants get one back in the second, and then the score was 2-1.
then the dodgers break it open in the top of the sixth, and 6-1 for the dodgers. in the eighth, smith smacks a solo to left. the bats were alive for the dodgers in this one. >> obviously looking forward to turning the page on tonight's game. getting ready for los angeles, not our best effort tonight. the dodgers just swung the bats better than us, and made more pitches than us and plays than us. >> they are a tough team. they are never going to go away like we are not going to go away, and unfortunately things swung their way tonight. >> still feel good about ourselves, and it was a tough team, obviously, and we have to go out there and get them. >> we will turn the page for an
off day of preparation and get ready for game three. >> the games shift to l.a. for game three and four, and then hopefully if the giants win one of those, game five will be back here at oracle park. now a look at san francisco this morning, where it's not as joyous as yesterday as the giants lost to the dodgers. but business has been booming over the weekend. thousands came in for fleet week. the giants, the warriors. today in the bay's marianne favro, shows us good news. >> reporter: a playoff game luring more than 40,000 baseball fans to oracle park, joining thousands more who came to watch the blue angels soar during fleet week. add in great weather and you have a recipe for a big business boost. here at lucky strike bar and bowling alley, fans poured in
before, during and after the giants game, and during fleet week. >> they had a good impact. sports fans in the last two days, it has been awesome for us. >> big sales for giants gear too, as shirts were flying off hangars, and even independent vendors saw a sales spike from a large crowd. from the marina to the mission district. music filled the air and jets filled the sky. and bartenders filled glasses after the game as the night life continues. >> a lot of people that come in, they get food before heading home. >> in san francisco, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. happening tomorrow, it's a sign of the fall season. half moon bay is holding its
pumpkin weighoff tomorrow. for the second year in a row, the arts and festival was canceled because of the pandemic, but the pumpkin weigh off is still happening. tune in for "today in the bay" tomorrow from 4:30 to 7:00, and we will be live at the event to see who will take home the grand prize of $34,000. still ahead -- >> i was driving, and my husband just leapt out of the car -- >> in the right place at the right time. the incredible coincidence that saved somebody's life. let me get this straight. you've got an a.i. strategy to deliver a better customer experience,
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skies and cool temperatures. san francisco right now taking a live look, what a great way to start our day. 53 degrees right now. overall we will be seeing sunshine really just taking over our sunday. 52 degrees. in addition to the sunshine, we do have several things that will be changing. our weather pattern into the next couple of days. let's get to your daytime highs. mid and upper 70s for the interior valleys. livermore, 77. san jose, 75. let's get right to those red flag warnings and fire watches. what are we monitoring right now? we have high pressure that continues to sit over the region in the bay area, however looking out ahead as you notice this runs to 4:00, we have a trough sitting to the north along with a cold front that will drop down, bringing a chance for rain and snow through the sierra, which is great. this will also kick up our wind. we will not see rain out of the system but we will see cooling and northerly winds as well. let's get right to the red flag
warning. if you notice the highlighted red, gusts upwards of 60 plus miles per hour for the higher elevations possible. it's going to get really dry. in addition to that, notice the yellow. we have fire weather watches taking effect tonight. we will see low humidity and poor overnight recovery when it comes to the low humidity. right now we are cool and comfortable, and the wind gusts will really start to kick up in the overnight hours. sunday, 10:00, notice, 20, 25, 30, and if we go into the morning hours from midnight, around noon we see the winds, 40 plus miles per hour, and san francisco, 32. it's going to be confined to the mouareas. we are going to see gusty conditions throughout the entire bay area. those wind advisories are
widespread throughout the entire bay area region. what will happen with the wind, we will dry out. if you are looking at this and thinking, what is considered good humidity? normally want to stay above the 40%. but we don't get much recovery overnight, and we start to fall below 20%, and napa, 16%, and getting even lower through some of the east bay hills, and then take a look at monday, 7:30. we fall below 15% on the humidity scale. over the next seven days, the fire danger will remain all the way through tuesday into wednesday where we start to warm up across the bay area. it's going to be something to watch, kira. >> thank you, vianey. we have much more ahead on "today in the bay," including an incredible coincidence that saved one man's life. first, it's a clear the shelters segment.
a los angeles man is lucky to be alive after an unbelievable coincidence. roger crystal and his wife, michelle, were driving through downtown l.a. where they spotted a man having an apparent opioid overdose, and roger hospitalized to have narcan in his bag because he's the man who invented narcan. it's the nasal spray version of the medicine that can help reverse opioid overdoses almost instantly. >> the whole point, it's easy to use. i am medically trained, but you
can probably see from the shot, anybody can put the nasal spray up somebody's nose. after another dose from paramedics, the man could talk again. it happened just minutes after they were sworn in as u.s. citizens. they are originally from the uk. they said it was an extraordinary day in more ways than one. wow. covering tens of thousands of miles, and one thing found its way to the bay area. the story of a man, his dogs and their important mission. >> in the lobby of a sunnyvale hotel, daniel is doing what he does best, which is letting his dogs do what they do best. >> these two guys, we are a team. >> giving comfort to anybody
they meet. the most often, to those in difficult circumstances. >> we show up after traumatic things happen across the nation. >> it's a journey daniel and his dogs have been on for nine years, and one honestly that started well before that. >> this was the adventure of a lifetime. >> when daniel was just 20, he made what he calls a poor choice. he climbed a power pole and got too close to the power. >> 12,000 volts went through my body three times, 30 seconds each. >> daniel did go on to raise a family, and the accident lingered with him. emotionally, physically, and financially. in 2013, daniel was living out of his car with his two service dogs, and then daniel heard the news about the boston marathon bombings. daniel said he also heard a voice telling him to go there and comfort the victims.
>> pillows, blankets, luggage, water, maps, dogs, dog food, and we were on our way to boston. that was a one-time journey, so i thought. >> they have been on the road every since. more than 150,000 miles traveling wherever disaster, either natural or man-made, as left people needing comfort, and using his dogs to heal those people helped heal daniel. >> yes. i was saved for such a time as this. >> which all explains why in may, in the wake of the vta shooting, daniel and his golden mission came to the south bay. >> i have one that pulls like a sled and one i have to drag. >> that was months ago, and they are still here. well, it turns out health challenges for both daniel and his dogs are what stopped them at first. but staying in one spot, daniel
has discovered, there are people who could use the comfort of cooper and emerson, even without a disaster. and so even if they are traveling may be done, their mission is not. >> if i can infuse hope into people, i'll keep doing it. >> that was beautiful. the top stories we are following, pg&e putting thousands of customers on notice of safety power shutoffs. we'll tell you which counties will be impacted and when. it will be a beautiful sunday, but we have several weather warnings, including red flag warnings. stay with us.
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welcome back. here's a quick look at the top stories we're following on this sunday morning. southwest airlines experienced major flight cancelations and delays yesterday leaving many bay area customers stranded. according to flight aware, more than 700 flights were canceled and more than 850 were delayed nationwide. southwest says the canceled flights were because of disruptive weather and air traffic control issues, and customer service told customers
to check the flight status. today we are under a fire weather watch in parts of the east bay and the north bay. the fire danger has pg&e taking action as you can see on this map. if you live in the areas in yellow, you could lose power tomorrow. a public safety power shutoff is planned for monday, impacting customers in parts of five bay area counties. alameda, contra costa, sonoma, solano and napa. in some lighter news, thousands of people are expected to pack in to san francisco today for the fleet week air show. you probably have seen the blue angels and other pilots showing off their tricks in the skies the past few days, and some fleet week ships are offering tours. fleet we ends tomorrow. half moon bay is holding its
pumpkin weigh off. the pumpkin weigh off is still on. our crew will be live at the event tomorrow to see who takes home the grand prize of $34,000. it's going to be sunny, clear skies. however, heading into the later portion of today we will see winds kick up and elevated fire danger. these are your weather headlines. red flag warnings kick in tonight and will remain in the effect through tuesday. gusty winds, low humidity and wind advisories will take affect starting tonight, so expect to be under a microclimate weather alert, and i will be back tonight after the shows. >> thanks, vianey.
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