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, a lovely friday afternoon, we are starting out pretty calm.
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i want to show you the current temperatures as you head out the door. in 50s for now. i would still recommend some sort of jacket or umbrella. we do have a chance to see some shower activities. at least for the first half of the day. 24-hour temperature change. we have a few degrees cooler down to san jose. four degrees cooler in novato. we are expecting to keep our daytime highs in the 60s. we are not expecting a ton of rain today. we do have our own mobile doppler, this is up and scanning and working hard all week long. you saw the two storms already passed. we are anticipating the third storm which is expected to be a atmospheric event. i will take you through the timing of that storm and all the advisories attached with it coming up in a few minutes.
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kira. >> we look forward to that, vianey. we'll see you in about 15. a 2.57 earthquake hit near hercules about 30 minutes ago. many people felt the shaking and it woke them up. if you felt it, let me know on my twitter page @kiraklapper. i got from kimberley disney in point richmond felt it as well. . people are using today's break in the rain to prepare for tomorrow's rain and the possibility of flooding. today in the bay, jean ellie is in san francisco where people's homes flooded past years are taking preventative measures hoping it will not happen again. >> reporter: here crews are delivering palettes of sandbags
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to neighborhoods that are likely to flood during big rain events. the emergency management will be opening its operation center this weekend ready to response to emergencies. >> after the last time we only had 18 inches of water compares to some of the other people who had 2 or 3 feet. >> her home in west portal has flooded before. this was video of 2019 with heavy rain on its way, many will spend some time sandbagging before sunday's expected downpours. hoping to prevent damage they see before. >> i do not leave anything on the garage or the room downstairs. >> work is underway. the work is not complete. wait and see. in other areas of the city crews are not waiting for trouble. they are working to prevent it.
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over at 17th and folsom. crews will put these flood areas in place. pg&e says strong winds will lead to power outages. >> we have 350 crews ready to roll to respond to outages and we are awesome hands on deck this weekend. >> jean ellie, today in the bay. it's quiet at levi's stadium right now despite the fact it will be windy and wet at the game. jimmy g. is healthy again and will be the starting quarterback. the red and gold trying to snap a three-game losing streak. we'll have a completely coverage right here on nbc bay area, it
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starts at 5:20 with the pregame. you can track tomorrow's storm in the palm of your hand. download our nbc bay area app to your phone. you can zoom into your neighborhood and get the precise timeline on when the rain will hit. it's great tool to help plan your day or night. we are learning more about the deadly shooting that left one woman dead and a bay area native seriously injured. it happened on the set of alec baldwin's film "rust." you can see here on your screen the affidavit, filed in new mexico so investigators can obtain a warrant. >> the director gave the gun to
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baldwin and yelling cold gun which means the gun did not have any rounds. baldwin firing that gun and hitting helena hutchins, killing her when it hit her in the chest. we are told that souza is a fremont native and still lives there with his wife and children. >> two people accidentally shot by a prop gun. >> as words spread through hollywood of the tragic accidental shooting, it spreads here in the fremont neighborhood where joel souza, the director of "rust" grew up. >> joel is a good neighbor, he's helpful and we get along together. >> he always wants to be brightest.
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i was shocked to see. >> reporter: actor alec baldwin was firing a prop gun for a scene when he accidentally shot and kill helena hutchins and injured souza. >> it's a terrible tragedy and you know you would want to see things like that are avoidable. the "today" show spoke with a hollywood veteran. when it comes to prop guns used, accidents like this should never happen onset. >> we have a strict protocol to follow when we are handling blank firearms onset and clearly something went wrong in that particular instance. >> reporter: authorities say the movie set is now the scene of an ongoing investigation and baldwin is fully cooperating. scott budman, "today in the
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bay." >> alec tweeted in part, there are no words to express my shock and sadness. he's inhutchins' husband and offering him support for her family. oakland police are saying little about it. retired opd captain joiner remains in stable conditions in the hospital. he's recovering from an emergency surgery after he was shot multiple times on thursday. you see surveillance video from the west oakland chevron station shows a trail of men ambushing joiner, he's in the white shirt and black vest there at the bottom of your screen. one of the attackers go to search for joiner's car, east bay faith leader mike mcbride
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works with joiner for years. joiner led a program aims to prevent homicides and other gun violence. he has this to say. >> we need to end this trend of robberies that are escalating to violent conflicts that ending people's lives being loss. >> the alameda county coroner's bureau have yet to release the name of the person who was shot and killed by joiner. no word on any arrests in that case. today is national prescription drug take back day. if you have old or expired prescription drugs, it's an ideal event to keep them out of the wrong hands. many agencies have drop off sites, you can drop off your prescriptions at any police stations and va across the bay area. the event allows people to drop off prescription drugs that are expired and no longer needed including opioids, no questions asked. to our coronavirus coverage
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and kids are now one step closer to being able to get their covid vaccines. the child size doses of its covid vaccines are 91% effective in 5-11 years old. the drug makers released its data after tracking more than 2,000 children. pfizer says the shots are effective and preventing severe symptoms for people who contracted covid. the cdc must conduct its own review and give its own approval before the vaccines can be rolled out to children across the u.s. we have much more ahead on "today in the bay," halloween is a week from tomorrow, there are concerns of another covid surge, what health leaders are recommending to keep you safe while you have fun.
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welcome back, it's 7:13 on your saturday morning. cloudy skies and a bit of a glow of the sunshine trying to breakthrough. we have a break in the storm today. along the coast will see some rain. vianey arana is tracking a big storm coming here tomorrow. she will be around in five minutes with your full forecast. another looming recall election in california, this time for san francisco's district attorney. enough signatures have been
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submitted for the recall election in june for chesa boudin. . nearly one out of every ten people in san francisco signed that petition. >> it says a lot of san francisco and what's going on in our community. people are still calling us and wanting to know if they can sign today so they can be part of the signatures that's being turned in. >> on thursday, boudin acknowledged the recall inevitable when he held his own rally. he has followed through on his campaign promises including reducing the number of juveniles in jail. he vowed to fight the recall. >> this had nothing to do with the facts or the real challenges
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our community faces. this has everything to do with disrespecting the will of the people. >> if the recall goes into the ballot and san francisco voters to fire the district attorney, mayor london breed will be responsible to appoint assistant da until a new one can be elected next november. ride share lyft revealed its first safety report, more than 1800 sexual assaults happened in 2019. that's a 65% increase from 2017 but also noted that the total number of rides also went up. so apparently that means the overall percentage of assaults is down. in a blog post lyft says "safety incidents on lyft are statistically very rare, well over 99% of all rides occur without any safety report at all." happening today the
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vietnamese american service center opens in san jose. it will offer services in vietnamese and spanish. it opens today at noon on center road in san jose. santa clara by the way is home to the second largest vietnamese population outside of vietnam. san francisco's longest operating brewery is going green. anchor steam's is drought aware. the 125 brewery collects treats and recycle the rinse water savoring 20 million gallons a year, don't worry though that recycled water does not go into the beer. the results is the largest commercial reused project in san francisco city's history. halloween is a week from
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tomorrow. as many know it's not just for kids, there are present of halloween parties and events for adults. this year health leaders hope people stay vigilant as it's the first big test in the season. "today in the bay" sergio quintana has tips on what to do to have fun. >> reporter: they are excited to get their costumes and able to go trick or treating this year. >> amay is coaching her brother how to do a howl for her costume. >> reporter: they'll be both wearing a mask. >> it's better this year because not too much of a risk with the pandemic being like last year, we are feeling confident. he's consciously confident and plan to limit how many people his family will come into contact with for halloween and thanksgiving and christmas. last year governor newsom and
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state health officials say halloween gathering were likely the cause of infection of the state. health leaders say people should feel safer. >> with vaccinations we can go back to gathering that we cherish of having every year. with that we want to caution because not everyone is vaccinated. >> reporter: there are plenty of vaccines available for anyone who wants them and people are encouraged to get their boosters for the holiday. with people looking to return to a little bit of normal this year. some key holiday items are sold out. >> i went to target the other day and there is like barely anything left. >> reporter: one of the biggest retailers warning customers that online orders cold be delayed because of high demand. the shop we checked here at concord seems pretty stuffed if you are open to shopping in person. this is the first year i
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have purchased my children's costumes on time. before we get to halloween in a week, let's check in vianey arana for the forecast. it sounds like you said today is the day to get everything done, tomorrow you will want to be indoors. >> i can't wait to see your kids' costumes first of all. tomorrow is going to be a stormy sunday. look at how beautiful san jose looks right now. i say beautiful because i like the clouds in the sky. it looks serene. for what to come tomorrow. we got that storm nicely, which is why we have our storm ranger, we are the only one in the bay area has it. what this does is it scans a little bit closer to the surface and giving us higher resolutions. let's take a look at the hour by hour. right up here, it gives you an idea of the time stamp. we'll have the possibility of
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seeing a couple of on and off showers, really for the first half of our morning and peninsula and san francisco and the north bay. not a ton of rain early on. as you notice in napa, we'll start to see some rain pushing in right around 7:00. this is when the big storm starts to move in. the heavy areas pockets of rain with the yellow and red highlights, that's where we are seeing downpours. a lot is focusing on in the north bay. the majority of south bay are still under a rain shadow. if you are wondering when the shout-out bay will see rain, notice how we start to see showers pushing into the south bay. some of the heavier pockets of rain for the south bay won't be until late tomorrow. sunday evening, over night and into tomorrow morning, we got
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plenty of sierra snow. look at this, 40 or 50 miles per hour winds. the national weather service issued several advisories heading into tomorrow. let's go through some of those. north bay, wind advisory goes into effect. central bay at 5:00 a.m. this could mean power impacts and the potential for flash flood watches is also there. this takes in effect on sunday because of how much rain we'll be getting in such amount of time. we'll be monitoring quick rising water streams and burn scars. there is also a high surf advisory. we are talking about dangerous rip currents. never turn your back to a wave. winter storm for the sierra potential of two or three feet of snow. don't forget your poncho if you are going to the game.
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it will get gusty and rainy at time. >> perfect weather to stay into watch sunday night football. it's shy of 7:22. we have much more ahead on "toda in the bay," coming up. it kind of hit me all those hours kind of like somebody ripped him away from me. a bay area company dance company targeted by thieves. that does not mean the curtain came down. how costume designer able to remake what was taken.
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welcome back, covid presented one challenge after another for one seasons dance dance -- san jose dance theater group. garvin thomas shows us how in this morning's "bay area proud". >> reporter: right next to the front door at san jose dance studio, there is a sign. a common one these days. a warning not to leave valuables in vehicles. this particular sign was just put up earlier this year. >> so inside -- >> reporter: when linda hurtman says an uncommon theft took from them of something of untold value. >> yes, it was a big blow to everybody. >> reporter: it was on january 6th with the area deserted due
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to covid lockdown that thieves broke into this trailer and walked away with close to 100 costumes hand sewn over the years by the theater's designer. >> reporter: she has put hundreds or if not thousands of hours in creation. >> it hit me all those hours kind of been like somebody ripped it away for me. >> reporter: for linda, the loss was not just emotional hit. it had the potential to be catastrophic. dozens of the costumes taken needed for their annual nutcracker and production, for a dance company had to learn to adapt and survive in the age of covid, it was a monumental challenge. >> i think maybe without a second doubt and the team we were just let's go, what do we need to do. >> reporter: what kay and other costume designers needed to do was get back to work and
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recreating stitch by stitch all that was loss. >> i know who i am dressing and i know the people of the company and i know how hard they work. if i were to choose anything from a catalog that would be easy. i want to put something out there that's memorable, that's why it's worth doing again. >> looking at the audience. >> reporter: the company's 56th is set to rise on december 10th, proving that her team is not only capable of getting up after being knocked down but capable of getting up and dancing. >> good for them. that was garvin thomas reporting for us. it's 7:27. we have much more ahead for you on "today in the bay," heavy rain is headed our way and will be impact your sunday. our meteorologist vianey arana tracks when this third storm will hit and how much rain we could get.
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good morning, it's saturday, october 23rd, 7:30. as we take a live look outside. the calm before the storm, cloudy skies before the return of rain. thank you so much for start rg
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starting your weekend with us. our meteorologist vianey arana with us. >> a lot of fans are asking me what the situation is going to be with that. grab your ponchos and rain boots because it's going to be a rainy day. i am going to go through the niners forecast in a moment. you can see the storm starting to develop, this is going to start to move in late tonight. we'll get a couple of showers here and there. you can see on storm ranger pretty much further up north. possibility of a couple on and off rain showers. timeline are going to be in the 60s. we are expecting to get a break from the rain. however, if you are going to head tomorrow, pregame, we'll get a couple of showers, the rain is an evening game. kickoff is at 5:20. it's going to be windy. something to keep in mind which is why i don't think umbrella is a good idea. umbrella does not help, that's
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why pack a poncho instead. full forecast in just a few minutes. >> we'll see you in about 15. thanks so much. a live look across the bay area right now, people are urged to use today's break in the rain to prepare for tomorrow and the possibility of flooding. today in the bay's jean ellie is in west port district where people's homes flooded in the past are preparing and hoping it won't happen again. >> reporter: here in san francisco, crews are delivering palettes of sandbags to neighborhoods that are likely to flood. >> after the last time we only had maybe 18 inches of water, us compares to some of the other people who had two or three feet. >> reporter: marie's home in
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west portal flooded before. this is a video of her neighborhood in 2019. hoping to prevent damage. >> i do not leave anything in the garage or the rooms downstairs. >> reporter: the work is not complete. >> wait and see. >> reporter: crews are not waiting for trouble. they are working to prevent it. cleaning storm drains. over at 17th and folsom, crews are put flood barriers in place to protect floods. >> reporter: winds will lead into power outages. >> we have 150 crews ready to respond to outages. we are all hands on deck this
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weekend. jean ellie, "today in the bay." we want to see what's the rain looks like in our neighborhood. linda shared this video of rain coming down her backyard in san jose. be sure to send us photos of what it's like outside your window, tag nbc bay area and we'll put them on air. download our app to get an updated forecast sent straight to your phone. speaking of, it's quiet right now at levi's stadium, tomorrow is expected to be packed and wet. yesterday the 49ers practiced wet football, jimmy g. is healthy again and will be the starting quarterback. >> we did a bunch of wet ball today, jimmy wants to try it out and works with different gloves and stuff. it's supposed to rain and not stop until tuesday. i don't look at anything and
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people tell me stuff and you deal with it. hopefully the weather people are not all right. i don't know if this is a advantage or disadvantage, i will know after the game. >> the 49ers will take on the colts right here in the bay area. kickoff is at 5:20. we have our post-game coverage. we are learning more about the deadly shooting that left one woman dead and a bay area native seriously injured. it happened on the set of "rust" of alec baldwin. it was filed in new mexico. the key take away we found was the assistant director grabbed one of the three prop guns set up by the armor, he gave the gun to baldwin reportedly yelling "cold gun," which means the prop gun did not have any live rounds
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in it. baldwin fired that gun and hitting helena hutchins in the chest. the bay area native was shot in the shoulder, souza and he's out of the hospital. souza is a fremont native and still lives there with his wife and children. we take a closer look at scott budman. >> reporter: as words spread through hollywood about the tragic shooting it spreads here where joel souza, the director of "rust" grew up. >> joel is a good neighbor. very helpful and we get along together. >> he always wanted to be a writer for the movie. i was really shocked to see he
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was arrested. >> reporter: alec baldwin was firing a prop gun for a scene when he accidentally shot and killed helena hutchins and injured souza. >> it's a terrible tragedy. you know you would want to think that things like that are avoidable. >> reporter: the "today" show spoke with the hollywood veteran, when it comes to prop gun used, accidents like this should never happen onset. >> we have a strict protocol to follow when we are handling blank firearms onset. clearly something went wrong in that particular instance. >> reporter: authorities say the movie set is now the scene of an ongoing investigation and baldwin is fully cooperating. scott budman, "today in the
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bay." baldwin tweeted about the accident. he says there are no words express my sadness and he is offering support to the hutchins' family. back here there is questions about a shootout retired joiner remains in stable condition in the hospital. he's recovering from emergency surgery after he was shot multiple times on thursday. this surveillance video from the west oakland, chevron station, showing the three men ambushing him when he got gas. one of the attackers goes to search his car, he draws a gun and shoots two of the men killing one of them. >> pastor mike mcbride works for
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years with joiner. he has this to say. >> we need to end this trend of robberies that are escalating to violent conflicts that ending people's lives being lost. >> the alameda county coroner's bureau have yet to release the name of the person who was shot and killed. no word on any arrests. today is national prescription drug take back day. if you have old or expired prescription drugs, it's the ideal event to keep them out of the wrong hands. many agencies like concord and san jose police department haves drop off sites, you can drop off your prescriptions at almost any police stations or va across the bay area. the event allowed people to drop off drugs that are expired or no longer needed including opioids, no questions asked. to our coronavirus coverage, kids are now one step closer to
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be able to get their covid vaccine. pfizer says their child size doses are 91% effective in five to eleven years old. pfizer concluded the shots were safe and effective in preventing severe symptoms. the fda could green light as early as next week. the cdc must conduct is own review. at 7:40. still to come on the bay. more women are skipping breast cancer screening during the pandemic. the possible impact on early prevention. we are tracking the next big storm, live look right now in san jose. things are calm but rain, wind and snow are on the way. full forecast is coming up.
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if you are wondering of the timing, continue to look at this clock and it will give you a better idea. pushing this timeline forward to about 8:00 a.m. you can see it's up to the north bay and moving into the interior valleys. the south bay is going to remain in the rain shadows at least until the first half of the day.
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moving into the south bay right around game time for the niners and heavier rain expected around 7:30. definitely towards the end of the game expect heavier rain and gusty conditions. it's going to get gusty, bring your outdoor patio furniture. look at this, 20 or 30 or 50 plus possible and some of the higher elevation areas. when it comes to the wind event, we are talking about a wind advisory, this takes in effect tomorrow initially at 2:00 a.m. really potential for tree damage and also power impacts. also watching those burn scars. there is a flash flood watch going into effect and possibly causing concerns or localized trees. never turn your back away to a wave and a winter storm watch officially in effect for two to three feet. this is going to make for dangerous road travels.
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your windows to travel is probable my now to lake tahoe. wondering about rain totals? possibly 3 plus or 5 inches for the higher elevations. it's going to be a wet day tomorrow, kira, i hope everybody is ready. it's 7:46, an unusual warning of an aroma therapy spray. first, now, it's our clear the shelters, pugsley and morticia. she does not like to be held. pugsley is the shy type and will watch whatever his sister does first. they both love to nap in the bathroom sink. you can find out more about these two by go to
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we have chuck todd's exclusive interview with governor gavin newsom, it covers all around including the white house infrastructure bill and facebook. >> this is hard because i
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believe in redemption and second chances. at the same time, man, he took away dreams and he took away a lot of hope and this country's world is radically changed. >> you can watch the entire interview on "meet the press" tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. right after this newscast. now to a mystery infection, the cdc believes this better home garden sold by walmart could have been spreading bacteria sickening four people and four states and ill king two of them. this spray is believed to cause an infection, symptoms can range from fevers to inflammation of the brain. nearly 4,000 bottles of the spray have been recalled. in a statement, walmart expressed sympathies to the families impacted and have hold the product from store's
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shelves. october is breast awareness month. it's a reminder women over 40 to get a mammograms. ucsf did more than 4,000 screening and in 2020 was a little more than 3,000. younger women were most likely to miss their screening during the city's first stay-at-home orders. women over 70s were likely to miss theirs during the second stay-at-home order. >> that's something we are worried about as a cancer doctor and oncology community whether we are going to see patients coming in with larger tumors or tumors spread to other places because screening tests were
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lost. >> women ages 40 to 44 get an annual breast screening. women 55 and older every one or two years. >> just shy of 7:52. up next a quick look we are following, the timing of the rain and the heaviest rain coming tomorrow. i drop off and pick up my kids from school so, i can't work early. or late. and i need to make enough to make it worthwhile.
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hey willie. >> good morning kira. great to see you. tomorrow morning on "sunday today," i sit down with andy cohen to talk about that outrageous late night show and being the creator and king of the real housewives universe, he created more than 15 years ago. >> let's go back to 2005 when you are cooking this up. what did you think it would be? >> well, when it started, it seems like a socio logical time capsule of this group of women who were kind of new in a gated community in orange county and spoke to their children in a way that none of us have ever seen. they have given me and many others enormous amount of pleasure. >> i don't think we can call it
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guilty pleasure anymore. >> not a pleasure. >> andy cohen, when "sunday today" airs at 6:00 a.m. in the bay area. we'll see you when ever you are ready for us. kira. >> oh, i am ready. here is a quick look of top stories we are following. we are anticipating a downpour tomorrow. in san francisco crews have delivered sandbags. it's ready to respond to storm related emergencies. crews are out all over the city cleaning up storm drains. and at 17th and folsom in the mission district, crews are putting out flood barriers to prevent flooding. pg&e says it's anticipating power outages from strong winds. you can track tomorrow's
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storm in the palm of your hand, download our nbc bay area app on your phone. that'll allow you to access our nbc bay area radar, you can so many right into your neighborhood and get a precise timeline on when that rain will hit. it's a great tool to help you plan your day or night. but, first today is national prescription drug take back day. if you have old or expired prescription drugs. it's an ideal event to keep them out of the wrong hands. you can drop your prescriptions at police stations or va locations across the area today. the event allows people to drop off prescription drugs that are expired or no longer needed. that includes opioid. let's get a quick forecast look with vianey arana. >> we are expecting pregame
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showers light, santa clara tends to fall on that rain shadow. as the system moves north to south, we'll start to notice the rain and wind picking up around kickoff at 5:20. you want to bring a poncho, don't bring your night sneakers, keep in mind it's going to rain and get muddy at times. through halftime, temperatures are going to be in the 50s. bring into effect, windchill factors, it's going to get chilly out there. a sweater paired with your poncho will be your best friend. i would not recommend umbrellas because when it gets windy and gusty, you know what happens to those umbrellas. with windy conditions, really all night long. kira. >> vianey, thank you for that warning. get that rubber boots out. thanks to all of you for making
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us part of your saturday morning. we'll have more local news tonight at 5:00, 6:00 and 11:00. we hope you stay safe and see you right back here tomorrow morning. have a great saturday.
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