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right now at 4:30, the wind remains the top concern as a red flag warning remains a concern across the bay area. we're going to win. >> yes, we are. celebrations continues with the giants beating the dodgers. the team one step closer to eliminating l.a. highlights of fan reaction straight ahead. this is "today in the bay." here we are traditionally
broadcasting to your television and streaming live also to nbcbayarea.com. i am laura garcia. >> i am marcus washington. we will look at traffic in a bit, but we need to start out with the red flag warning. >> the fire danger continues for us as we go through today. starting out with the gusty winds and the red flag warning, and also a wind advisory in effect continues from solano county. the wind coming in from the north and low humidity continues this morning. still pretty gusty in san francisco and even into the evening, but eventually we will see the winds calming down tonight into tomorrow morning.
we'll talk more about changes ahead. mike, chp still probably issuing that wind advisory? >> yeah, it's for drivers going across spots like the san mateo bridge. today the high-rise, of course, susceptible over the open water. a smooth drive despite that advisory there. and yesterday we did have the benicia bridge called out. >> thanks, mike. continuing our microclimate alert, this is in napa county, they were able to stop progress of a fast-moving vegetation fire that started yesterday on newell drive. that fire comes as the bay area under a red flag warning
prompting pg&e to do a planned shutoff for customers. >> reporter: strong winds fueling this brushfire in american canyon. an evacuation warning lifted for people living in its path. >> we are dealing with high winds. obviously that could increase the rate of spread of vegetation fires. >> when they arrived on scene, a car reported stolen out of vallejo was on fire. the 26-year-old man inside was detained. the cause of the brushfire is under investigation, but firefighters and deputies agree it comes at a bad time because of dangerous winds. those winds triggering a public safety power shutoff. >> we started contacting about 25,000 customers starting on saturday that they could be impacted.
>> some 8,000 pg&e customers in the bay area were affected, a majority of them living in the north bay where there's a lot of fuel to burn. linda lives in vacaville. >> we're on the end of the area that had burnt, like, a couple years ago when we had the big fires, and we had to evacuate then also and had no pay wur. >> reporter: this time people were warned and ready. >> we prepared as much as we could. i thought, okay, i learned from last time. >> barry johnson learned, too. he got himself a generator so he is prepared. >> we didn't expect it to be that long, but this time we're ready. >> reporter: cheryl hurd, "today
in the bay." >> we will send you the latest updates on the nbc bay area app. a deadly shooting happened about 7:30 along leilani lane. there was somebody suffering from at least one gunshot wound and that person died at the scene. police plan to provide additional information on the case later today. officers seized a vehicle for side shows. officers tracked it back to pittsburg where they seized it on friday. it will now be impacted for at least 30 days. so far no arrests have been announced. state investigators will try to get to the bottom of how the recent oil spill went down. there's a formal investigation launched to determine who is
responsible for the spill and who knew what when. the coastline is now reopened because tests are no longer showing contamination in the water, but that cleanup is ongoing. a live look at sfo as frustrations are mounting as three southwest flights were canceled yesterday, and 18 at the oakland airport, also impacted. in total more than 300 flights for just yesterday. on social media the airline apologized for the setbacks and asked for patience. we all need it now. >> our own anthony flores was
there and he has the blow-by-blow from a windy dodger stadium. >> reporter: the giants are on the verge of taking the series and on the verge of ending the dodgers' stadium. check out the palm trees. the went a big factor in this one. so windy, the foul pole was swaying back and forth. with runners on first and second in the fourth, wood gets out of the jam by getting a.j. pollack to groundout. and then longoria gets a single home run. crawford robs mookie betts of a hit. final out in the ninth, he
thought it was gone but the wind knocks it down. the giants beat the dodgers, 1-0. they lead the best of five series two games to one. >> there were several balls knocked down by the wind today, and we have seen balls get out of dodger stadium, and i think that ball was hit pretty good. a couple times i felt like i was going to get blown over by the wind and a lot of dust in the eyes. it was definitely a little more difficult. >> the giants can close out this series with a victory tonight in game four. at dodger stadium in los angeles, anthony flores for "today in the bay." windy there? no, in the sierra. this is highway 50 at meyers this morning back here in the bay area. meteorologist, kari hall, tracking the fire dangers we have here. all the high wind.
>> the high winds in the sierra and in l.a., all because of the system moving away from us. gradually our winds will calm down as we go into today. it's pretty gusty, and we have seen the gusts at 30 to 40 miles per hour across the bay area. this is some of the coastal areas, and it has been windy over the past 24 hours. once again, it looks better as we go through the forecast today. temperatures coming up a degree or two, overall comfortable with highs in the low 70s for today. we'll go for that hour-by-hour wind forecast and show you changes in the forecast, coming up in a few minutes. instagram making changes. coming up next on "today in the bay," the way it plans to notify users when the site is down. and then google letting you personalize your personal
good tuesday morning. right now at 4:42, it's a chilly start this morning especially with the gusty winds. temperatures in the low 50s and the wind still pretty high right now. it will gradually calm down. we'll talk more about that in the forecast, coming up in a few minutes. oakland, a little unusual
flow of volume, i should say, we'll talk more about that coming up. let's check in with silvanna. >> wall street kicked off the week on a sour note on monday. investors are looking ahead on tuesday, and after weeks of gains turned by a rebound in global demand which is contributing to energy shortages in major economies like europe. instagram says its testing notifications that will alert users to temporary outages, and
it could let users know about issues like a wider outage like the once last week. instagram did note it did not alert users to every issue. the platform is testing the feature in the u.s. for the next few months. google tv is adding multiple user profiles to allow everybody in the same house to access their own space with their google account. the personalized profiles will give recommended tv shows just for them. google will also link each profile to the accounts' google assistant by saying what should i watch. >> that would happen in your house. >> yeah, i got a full house.
a lot of channels in our house. >> thanks. this morning kari continues to track the high fire danger. >> our temperatures right now in san jose at 56 degrees. still very low dew points. a high fire danger throughout at least this morning into early afternoon. we'll talk more about this and our temperature trend, coming up. highway 101 in palo alto, traffic much lighter. we'll talk about the wind and how it could affect some drivers and the impact it's already having on your commute. the sinking millennium tower in san francisco and the critical set to happen today. we'll be right back.
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good morning here. taking a live look at the san francisco bay where we see the majestic princess, just waiting to set sail. oh, yes. cruise lines coming back. >> having the best day. >> that's where mike comes in. >> before we get to that entertainment, let's get to meteorologist, kari hall. she's been tracking a red flag warning we're still underwrite now. >> we're watching out for that. high winds in the upper
elevations, and we have the high fire danger continuing this morning, and all of these areas in the red in the red flag warning, and it's been kicking up dust and that's decreasing our air quality, especially in the east bay. we have seen good air quality in the wind-sheltered valleys, like parts of the north bay but where we have seen the dust coming in from the central valley is the east bay. that's going to be one of the factors as well as we go into the afternoon. you will have to think about that, and also lower humidity. later on today compared to yesterday, take a look at the single digit relatively humidity digits in concord and even down to the south county. when we have low humidity, fires can spread quickly. it looks like we start to make a recovery here. so our temperatures today just
coming up a couple more degrees compared to yesterday but still nice and cool with low to mid-70s across the bay area. san francisco up to 65 in the mission district, and our north bay temperatures reaching 73 in santa rosa. go into tomorrow, another system drops in. this will calm the winds but will bring a brief shower for the morning hours. we're reach into the mid-80s in san jose, and then sunday it cools off and we will see more temperatures in the beginning to middle of next week. we will have a brief spike in temperatures friday, saturday and early on sunday and then looking at gusting winds today. san francisco will reach into the upper 60s but slightly cooler tomorrow with more clouds and then a warm-up in time for the weekend.
mike, you have a spike in wind. >> yeah, we have a meter, and it's called trees. up here this is where the newell fire is, american canyon, so watch for local activity but the local freeways are open. northbound they are still doing the construction project we have been seeing overnight for the last few weeks, and that will be until 6:00 a.m. we won't see slowing until later through vasco. we are looking at a smooth drive coming in from the south county including over the santa cruz mountain. back to you. >> thank you, mike. engineers will conduct a
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deaths combined. first responders are among the most hesitant to get vaccinated. >> the allege of the bullet vest is the vaccine. >> i don't find fault with that. it's two separate things. you don't have to wear that vest and you should wear that vest and sometimes officers don't wear that vast when you go into certain situations, and the vaccine is the same thing. >> that's coming up on the "today" show at 7:00 a.m., right after "today in the bay." next on "today in the bay," the key information expected to be unveiled today in the gabby petito murder case, and the intensifying search under way for her fiancé. marin county's district attorney's office reducing or
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alone after gabby went missing. he's considered a person of interest. and then last week the judge approved the injunction, allowing the court to consider that appeal. not soon how quick the court will issue a new ruling. across the bay area, kari is tracking windy conditions we're having. still burning, crews keeping an eye on this one this morning. mike is tracking your drive times. we'll check in with meteorologist, kari hall, working the workweek forecast as well as today's red flag warning still in effect. we'll be right back.
we're dealing with high winds in the mountain areas, so obviously that tends to increase the rate of spread. >> right now at 5:00 a. fire in napa county sends crews scrambling to keep the fire away from homes. kari hall is breaking down the areas most at risk. could you soon be next in line to roll up your sleeve. a report on moderna and johnson
& johnson booster shots. >> jon gruden out, and how he's responding this morning. this is "today in the bay." very good tuesday morning to you. 5:00 right now. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia. >> i am marcus washington. there's lot to get to this morning, but first want to get to meteorologist, kari hall, more with the red flag warning in place. >> still tracking the fire danger for us this morning. the red flag warning continues until 5:00 this evening. we're still looking at high wind gusts and extremely dry vegetation and low humidity, and this is all because of a system that passed through here yesterday and brought sierra snow and high winds across the bay area, and it's moving to the east and as it moves away from us we will see winds gradually calming down today. heading out at 23 miles per hour, and temperatures in the mid-50s. we will have