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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, with a new month comes a new round of rain. where first drops are expected to fall and how long it will last this time. >> reporter: some immuney lines are being temporarily suspended. we'll tell you why and how you can be impacted. several parts of the bay area ready to roll back mask restrictions. we are live in the county taking it a step further this morning. >> a business such as american can and should do better, much better. >> passengers stranded and
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hundreds of flights canceled. the domino effect stretching into the morning. good morning. it is monday, november 1. i am len kiese. >> i am amanda starrantino. we begin with a live look outside at the north bay. grab that umbrella this morning and get ready for the rain. >> let's get a check of weather and traffic now with those showers on this monday on the way. a wet monday as we are looking at the cold front that will bring widespread rain. you may not see the rain just yet. but wait because you will. high def doppler, you see the bulk of the action offshore with the cold front but across parts of the far north bay. we will time it out hour by hour. it's really later in the morning and the afternoon where we will see that rain. here we are at 10:00. you see rain for north bay, san francisco, peninsula, parts of the east bay and south bay. as we fast forward through the day, here is 4:00 in the afternoon. we are still looking at the wet weather and likely even for your evening slick
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and wet roadways. as we look to daytime highs, on the cool side. low to mid 60s for all of us this afternoon. we will take a closer look at what to expect where you live coming up on futurecast in a moment. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. it's dry now. things will be changing. i know you are tracking our monday morning commute. that evening commute might be busier. we have a couple things to look for, bay bridge busy along trouble spot south bound 680. delays are building. it is a one car crash blocking the right lane. 21 minutes from 580 to 237. use 84 if you want to use an alternate. bay bridge toll plaza, starting to back up for the ride into san francisco. if you are commuting in san francisco, muni routes temporarily suspended due to vaccine service changes. 14r mission rapid short on the
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weekends, 49 vanness short on the weekdays as well as 30 t> joycelyn moran live in san ciwith how the mandate is impacting the routes. >> reporter: the amount of transit operators not in compliance with vaccine mandate has fallen since start of october but still some not yet vaccinated or haven't reported their vaccination status. take a look at the numbers at the start of october. 275 operators, about 18% of muni bus and train drivers were unvaccinated. as of nurse the number is down to 87, about 6%. you see it did improve but still some services will be affected. because of the transit operators not in compliance they would need to temporarily suspend short service on a
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portion of muni lines. customers may experience crowding and longer wait times on bay area bus routes. as far as for operators not vaccinated, there will be consequences. >> they will go through the process, the disciplinary process. they will not be terminated the first day of november. they will go through the process. >> the agency says they don't have a precise time line when they'll be able to restore the services but they're still working with operators when it comes to their vaccination status. joycelyn moran, kpix5. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. we are following the travel trouble for passengers trying to fly american airlines. taking a live look at sfo this morning, we just got news from american airlines that they've canceled another 250 flights today. they're trying to do it proactively to try to get things back on track. they canceled more than 1,000 flights nationwide yesterday, almost 900 over the previous
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two days. it's basically been a domino effect, drama beginning thursday and friday when high winds shut down american's busiest hub dallas fort worth. osfor heand obviously caused ma frustration for passengers. >> i just think airlines need to be less aggressive in scheduling. they're just trying to fly as many places as they can and when there are problems, things go really bad fast. >> a business such as american can and should do better, much better. >> this system with the problem with southwest a few weeks ago where they're running on thin margin of personnel. when things go bad, they go even worse very quickly. we will keep our eye on it. >> thank you. a live look at the east bay as three bay area counties are easing masking rules for people
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fully vaccinated. they include marin, contra costa, alameda. justin andrews is in marin county to break down what people can expect. people say they're glad things are moving forward with this. >> reporter: they are, though indoor masking rules will be lifted at noon in marin county, health officials also say you should keep that mask onto prevent spread of covid-19. in marin we know more than 80% of the population is already vaccinated in marin county. hospital rates have declined. most settings will be dropping masking rules today at noon as mentioned including some restaurants. this is for most controlled spaces not open to the general public or gyms with no more than 100 people where everyone there is fully vaccinated. masks will be needed in settings like schools and hospitals. private business owners can keep their mask policies in place if they choose.
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marin health officials hope things do not go backwards. >> it's important to know we are just coming into the winter months. this is the time of year last year where we started really seeing that giant winter surge around halloween, thanksgiving, christmas. so in some ways, if i have any concerns about this, it's that we are, people might assume this means that the coast is clear and that we don't need to do the things we know protect us. >> reporter: you will hear from two business owners coming up about their thoughts of the masking rules being lifted. justin andrews, kpix5. >> the businesses had an interesting few months with this. thank you so much. vaccine mandate kicks in for alameda county court houses. employees, contractors, interns, volunteers must be fully vaccinated by today. people are exemptions are required to test regularly for
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covid-19. number of people who died from covid-19 worldwide has surpassed 5 million. the highest is in the u.s. followed by brazil and india. meantime, the go ahead for pfizer's covid-19 vaccine for kids 5 to 11 can happen as soon as tomorrow. that is when cdc vaccine advisers are set to vote. cdc director is expected to officially recommend it allowing kids to get shots as soon as wednesday. according to a survey by kaiser family foundation less than one in three parents say they'll get covid vaccine for young kid right away. another third did say they'll wait and see. >> ten vaccines have been required to send your kids to public schools for decades and decades. this is nothing new. >> if i have a choice, i would rather use this super safe vaccine to get back to school and to their normal life. moderna says fda needs more
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time to review risk of heart inflammation in its vaccine in children and teens age 12 to 17. moderna predicts this might delay emergency use authorization for the age group until january. bay area families able to enjoy the first normal halloween for the first time in two years. parents of younger children who haven't been vaccinated yet had to take precautions but people made the best of it. >> i think people are a little bit more comfortable this year. >> it was really emotional for me to see the kids be able to have a farm halloween event again. we are really excited looking forward to the kids getting vaccinated hopefully next week. >> bay area families tell us they're excited about next halloween. live to san francisco, a historic day at city hall. mayor breed is set to swear in the next city attorney. he will be san francisco's first asian american city attorney. he replaces herrera who will be general manager of the public utilities commission in the shadow of a public corruption
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scandal. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> break in the case of a deadly halloween party shooting at the home of a bay area council woman. who police are just telling us. plus. it will be another year until golden gate park gets this loud. a look at the outside lands festival like we have never seen before. so fun. i am tracking a cold front that will bring widespread rain back to the bay area. here is a look at high def doppler. i will take you hour by hour on futurecast coming up. it's going to be busier later this afternoon. it's getting busy at the bay
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suspect at his gilroy home. the shooting happened early saturday morning at the home of the gilroy city council woman. it's unclear if she was home during the shooting. violence broke out at a large party and one man was killed and three others hurt. in sacramento a vigil held at the scene of another deadly halloween shooting. there are still no arrests in the shooting that killed two people and injured five others. in oakland today the city is opening a new village along lake merit designed to tackle homelessness. there are 65 units described as tiny homes. officials hope to address several problems by providing privacy, safety, much needed amenities. guided tours start at 10:00 am today. >> used to live under the under pass. i love this place. it brings happiness. tonight on kpix5, youthful
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vision leads to innovative village. the world is watching this tiny corner of the east bay. >> we have had calls from germany and e-mails from romania. an amazing model of what a community can do when it decides it will tackle a problem. >> tonight at 7:00 on project home. eventful weekend is wrapped up in san francisco. >> thousands of people showed up to golden gate park for outside lands festival coinciding with halloween. at the festival singer britney howard performed on the main stage before costumed fans. we spotted a dancing tiger and a britney spears costume. >> that's why we came, analyze the costumes, hang out, such a good vibe. >> you could hear the music from my house. you could hear the crowds more, the roar of the crowd. it was part of the fun. outside lands is what it is and
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it is exciting. that's a good feeling. it's a good sound. >> organizers say more than 70,000 people turned out each day for the three day festival. it looked like a good time. >> they were getting down out there. >> having some fun. >> getting their dance on. i saw those moves. >> monday shimy. >> they had nice weather. the rain held out just enough for them. it was a beautiful weekend. hopefully you had a chance to enjoy it. we are tracking the return of the rain. of course we definitely need that rainfall in the bay area and it is coming. high def doppler, you see widespread rain just offshore. that's going to push in. it's not raining just yet but just wait because it will. grab those umbrellas, rain jackets. you will need it as we head through our day. it is raining, a wet start to our day for fort bragg, north coast, ukiah, clover dale, about to move into hills burg this morning.
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>> that's really moving from north to south. >> the north bay, you are catching that rain first and then the rest of the region. a live look at the golden gate bridge with sales force tower camera looking north and mid to upper 50s to low 60s. here is what to expect. widespread rain. it's going to be a wet monday for us and as we look to tomorrow, wednesday, drier weather and then our next weather system rolls in bringing showers late wednesday into thursday. let's time it out as we take you hour by hour on futurecast, walk you through today. we are looking at 7:00 am, the rain for the north bay as we look to 9:00 am. you can see the rain not just for the north bay but san francisco, peninsula, s e ea ba as we look to noon, all of us catching in on the rain for the lunchtime hour. it's going to be a wet lunchtime. as we look to 3:00 p.m. still looking at showers, here we are at 7:00 in the evening, a wet evening commute for you
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as we look to tomorrow. there is a chance to maybe see a lingering shower or two for tuesday morning but we are going to see drier, quieter weather as we look to tuesday in the afternoon and for your wednesday as well. our sunrise at 7:35 and sun set at 6:10. daytime highs, cool and below average, highs in low to mid 60s pretty much for all of us. we are not really dealing with micro climates today. i wanted to show you the seven- day forecast. again, a rainy monday, san francisco, oakland, san jose with drier weather tuesday and wednesday and showers return for us wednesday night into thursday likely a wet thursday morning commute, drier on friday and saturday and could see a chance for showers on sunday to end our weekend. by the way, we have daylight saving time ending. we gain the extra hour of sleep, one of my favorite times of the year. here we go with the seven-day forecast inland east bay. you will see the rain a little bit later in the morning but
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you will eventually see the wet weather, north bay and coast. you will see rain earlier this morning and again as we head through the afternoon, all of us catching in on the rain, drier tuesday. wednesday rain returns late wednesday into thursday and then drier weather ahead for friday and for saturday. again, really excited about that extra hour of sleep that we have coming our way for the weekend. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic on this monday morning. >> i could have used that last night. it was a late night trick or treating with the kids. i look forward to the extra hour. the rain is on the way. later on you will have slick surfaces to deal with. right now we are dealing with brake lights at the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights turned on around 5:45 and traffic is already starting to stack up, bumper to bumper just from the 880 over pass. on the upper deck we are tracking brake lights heading into san francisco. travel times are reflecting that, 17 minutes from maze to
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101. busy across the richmond san rafael bridge as you work west bound towards the marin side. if you want to use the san mateo bridge, not bad between 880 and 101, 12 to 13 minutes, heated lights working towards foster city right now. if you plan on taking 680, a little bit of an improvement. south bound near vargas, this is in the clearing stages, 20 minutes south bound from 580 to 237. if you are taking 101, things are okay. south 280 near virginia street, a crash is reported. 280 north around 87, we are getting word of a trouble spot. if you are headed south of there taking north bound 101 working outs of san martin into morgan hill, we've got brake lights there. give yourself a few extra minutes for the ride out of gilroy. we are seeing things get
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close call in san rafael. >> a baby northern fur seal was saved after narrowly almost being hit by cars. she was rescued after flapping across the road way in orange way. police named her ivy. it is unclear how she ended up on the road way. northern fur seals are typically found 600 miles off the coast and spend their lives at sea. marine mammal center will take care of ivy for a few days. >> lucky girl.
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>> so cute. oh my goodness. 6:25. in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> today is the deadline for city workers. if you ride muni, this might affect you. we break it down, next. >> reporter: mask mandates will be lifting in some bay area counties. don't ditch your mask just yet. i will tell you where you will still need it. bay area school board call attempt. ng back over the signatures are adding up. here is a live look outside, you are looking at the back
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if you are just waking up with us, here are your morning headlines. alameda, marin, contra costa easing mask guidelines. marin county is lifting indoor mask restrictions for fully vaccinated people. alameda and contra costa are easing indoor mask mandates for fully vaccinated in some indoor settings but that does not include bars and restaurants. san francisco mayor london breed set to set in the next city attorney. he will be san francisco's first asian american city attorney, replacing herrera who will be general manager of the public utilities commission. staffing shortages and weather to blame for a travel
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nightmare. american air lines canceled more than 1,000 flights yesterday after scrapping nearly 900 friday and saturday. more than 250 flights for today are canceled. good morning. i am amanda starrantino. >> i am len kiese. rain is on the way. >> we will start with a check on our weather and traffic. we know the roads can get tricky but we are waiting for that rain. it's coming for sure. i am tracking that for you. check it outall the rain offshore, that is going to move into the bay area. you see some locations already getting that wet start. all of us will see rain as we head through our day. hour by hour on futurecast, at 10:00 am we are looking at the entire north bay, san francisco, peninsula, parts of east bay and south bay catching
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in on the rain action. here is 4:00, still dealing with wet weather. through our afternoon and even the evening commute, it does look wet. hopefully you have your umbrellas, rain jackets. you will need it today. this is of course much needed rainfall picking up a tenth, quarter to possibly a half inch to an inch of rain. we are looking at cool daytime highs in low to mid 60s. we'll talk about what you can expect as we head through the rest of the week coming up, a couple weather systems i am tracking. let's check with gianna. it is getting busy. it is. it is busy at the bay bridge. enjoy those dry roads while you can. later this afternoon you might see busier conditions. metering lights were turned on about 5:45. sluggish into san francisco, 18 minutes from the maze to 101. we are tracking brake lights across the upper deck as well as you head into the city. san mateo bridge is looking
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better. starting today some muni routes may be suspended. one california short, 49 vanness short on weekdays as well as 30 stockton short. plan for that if you are taking muni. things might be extra crowded. joycelyn moran is live in san francisco with more on why the muni service changes are happening. >> reporter: it is because of the vaccine mandate and because there are still transit operators who are not yet in compliance with the vaccine mandate. short line service on several muni lines are being temporarily suspended. because of this, the agency says riders may experience additional crowding and longer wait times on various bus routes. amount of transit operators not in compliance with the vaccine mandate has fallen since start of last month but there are some who remain unvaccinated or
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haven't reported vaccination status. as of thursday about 6% of muni bus and train drivers were not in compliance. that is improvement from the beginning of october on. >> we have been able to update as to what's been going on and we have been able to reduce our numbers drastically. >> reporter: as far as operators not yet in compliance, they are expected to go through a disciplinary process. today three bay area counties easing masking rules for fully vaccinated people including marin, contra costa, alameda counties. >> justin andrews is live in marin. there are still places where you still have to wear a mask. >> reporter: in schools and hospitals you have to keep the mask on. in more controlled spaces where the vaccination card is a
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requirement, you can ditch your masks. health officials are telling us it is recommended that you still keep your mask onto help prevent spread of covid-19. we know more than 80% of the population in marin county are vaccinated. leaders are seeing decline in hospital rates so that's good news. under revised health order, masking indoors will no longer be required in restaurants, bars, retail places. private business owners can keep their policy in place if they choose. business owners in a marin say it's a step in the right direction. >> very good at enforcing. teenagers are having to tell grown adults to please put their masks over their noses. >> so excited, thrilled. i get the eye contact but it is just not the same. it is just not the same.
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>> reporter: for a break down, good to our website kpix.com. >> thanks. antioch parents and community members selecting signatures to recall school board president ellie householder. >> she tells us her approach is rocking the vote. >> the folks behind this recall effort represent old antioch. i don't believe i am dividing anybody based on race. i believe i am bringing people together and bringing voices to the table who have been historically ignored. >> recall supporters tell kpix they are tired of what they consider negative behavior. they said 97% of district workers gave a vote of no confidence. they also say they want her out because she tried to fire the district superintendent. >> she's a democrat but she's definitely taken a page out of donald trump's book of rules. >> i did vote for her, seems like she got into power and it's kind of gone to her head and it's corrupted her a little
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bit. she's called us disgusting and hostile. she said we cyber bully her when we try to call her. >> recall campaign has until april to collect roughly 10,000 signatures. jen psaki tested positive for covid-19. she says she's experiencing mild symptoms. the 42-year-old said she was last in contact with president biden on tuesday. she met with him in the white house where they were more than six feet apart and wearing masks. the white house says present who is tested frequently tested negative yesterday. a live look out of glass cow scotland where a major climate change conference is in are way. cop26 as called is intended as follow up on paris accords of 2015. president biden made his way from the g20 in rome over the weekend. the summit's goal is to get nations to make firm commitments about reducing greenhouse gas emissions. two crucial figures won't be
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there. presidents from russia and china both skipped g20 as well. >> not only russia but china basically didn't show up in terms of any commitments to deal with climate change. >> the commander in chief says what matters most is that the u.s. is again participating in climate talks. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. it is going to be a big day when it comes to debate over abortion. supreme court is going to hear a pair of cases and these are both dealing with the texas law that basically bans most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. one brought by justice department and a second from abortion providers in texas. today's hearing is on the fast track, comes ten days after agreed to jump into this ongoing legal battle. at this point we don't have a time line on when justices will issue a decision nor whether the law which is the nation's
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most restrictive, will continue to be in place as this case plays out. we will be keeping an eye on it. back to you. next, holiday shopping expected to shatter records. the prediction this morning. getting the recognition they've gone more than 70 years without. the special but long overdue honor in sacramento. the market just opened about ten minutes ago. let's take a quick check, dow is up about 150 points. we check with diane king hall right after the break. good morning. ahead, we are with president biden in scotland for un climate change conference. we'll look at the pressure on him and other world leaders to get something done and why promises have not turned to action so far to save the planet. growing interest among travelers to see places being dramatically altered by global warming already. we'll take you to glaciers in iceland to show you what's being called last chance
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welcome back. i am track ago cold front that will bring widespread rain. you see all the activity just offshore. that's going to push into our region. just wait, you will want to keep umbrellas and rain jackets handy. we'll time it out on futurecast, when you will expect to see the rain, coming up. if you think you might break the bank this holiday season you are not alone. diane king hall is joining us
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from the new york stock exchange. good morning to you. get ready to spend, spend, spend. let's do a check on market action where some spending a happening with trading underway for a little more than ten minutes. dow is on the plus side by more than 170 points, just charging higher as bulls have control of the floor across the board with all three major averages hitting new records. nasdaq on the plus side by 15 points. holiday shopping expected to shatter records this year. according to national retail federation, spending is projected to reach as much as $859 billion. that will be a double digit increase over last year. average consumer expected to shell out nearly 1,000 bucks on gifts and other items. it is expected to spend on gifts and rest on food, decor. >> i always say i will not spend that much but i end up
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doing so anyway. i am a sucker for christmas. >> i understand. i love it too. >> we'll see you tomorrow. >> thank you. a live look at the state capitol. the health insurance marketplace launching open enrollment period with the media event in sacramento. top officials from cover california will join with the u.s. health and human services secretary to highlight the moment they say more than 1 million californians currently uninsured are eligible for subsidized coverage. chinese american world war ii veterans getting recognition they deserve more than 70 years later. >> saturday more than 100 chinese american world war ii veterans were honored. >> mary lee joins us. it was a very personal moment for you and your family. >> this means so much to me. for the first time in history chinese american world war ii veterans were recognized for sacrifice and service.
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they were presented congressional gold medal, congress' highest honor of national appreciation. hundreds came to represent their parents and grandparents who served. i wanted to share my personal photos. my family and i were there. my late grandfather edward lee was one of the world war ii veterans honored. he was a sergeant in army air corps. that is my aunt and my cousin. congressional gold medal has six men representing six branches of the military. that's because chinese americans served in all branches during the war. there is one woman depicted to represent chinese american women who served as nurses. it was a special time to see these amazing chinese americans finally honored. >> so special. >> the medal is beautiful. i wish i could have brought it.
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my family trusts me and said you can do it, you can bring it to work. but if i drop that, i would not be able to live with myself. >> too much pressure. >> paco put it best, put it in bubble wrap. >> right. >> i thank all of you and our kpix family for the support and love. it means so much. >> it is time. glad you and your family got the moment. >> thank you. some people might be stuck on that toll plaza on the bay bridge. >> i was hoping it would be better. it looked good at the 5:00 hour. not the case in the 6:00 hour. you are backed up at the bay bridge with bumper to bumper traffic. sluggish conditions almost to the foot of the maze. so it is busier than it was say 10, 15 minutes ago. our travel time, looks closer to the 20 minute mark from the maze towards 101. there are no crashes on the
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upper deck so that's good news. richmond san rafael, if you want to use that to the marin side, take 101 south to the golden gate. that's looking good. ten minutes from the east bay towards the marin side. tracking brake lights on upper deck of the bay bridge, dipping down to 30 miles per hour. a live look at the san mateo bridge, first reports of a traffic hazard in lanes. no word if it is a vehicle or some obstruction. we'll keep a close eye on that. travel times are steady at 13 minutes between hayward and foster city. we had an earlier crash near vargas. that is in clearing stages. a new accident popping up adding to an almost busy ride for the drive out of pleasanton into the sunol grade. vallecitos was busy earlier but it's eased up a bit. south bay, north bound 101 out of san jose is busy, bulk of
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brake lights around the 280, 680 connector north as you work towards 880. there were a couple crashes, 280 near 87. that is out there. north bound 101 out of san martin into morgan hill, things are a little bit busy. roads are dry now. that's good news. but that is about to change as we've got rain headed our way. much needed beneficial rainfall coming our way. tracking this cold front, high def doppler, you see the bulk of the action offshore. that's going to move into our region. many of you are not catching that rain yet but you will. high def doppler, a closer look at the locations getting the wet start, fort bragg, ukia, cloverdale, clear lake. a live look with our sales force tower camera looking north degolden gate. north bay, you are catching that first and then all of us will see wet weather as we head through the rest of our morning and afternoon.
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mid to upper 50s to low 60s. widespread rain is coming our way. grab your umbrellas, rain jackets. you will need it today. we have a wet monday ahead. it is drier tuesday and wednesday and showers return for us with our next weather system on thursday. let's walk you through this taking you hour by hour at 7:00 am. we are looking at least as we head through our morning through the north bay, you see the wet weather at 9:00, 10:00, all of us catching that rain as we look to the lunchtime hour. many of us are seeing widespread rain. we are looking at a wet lunchtime hour for us. as we look to our afternoon, here we are at 3:00 p.m., still looks wet. even by 7:00 p.m. some locations are still looking at the evening commute with slick roadways. as we look to tomorrow, you see the chance for a few isolated lingering showers first thing for tomorrow and as we head through today, there is a chance to see maybe a lingering shower in the afternoon. i think we are going to see
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drier weather ahead for the rest of your tuesday and wednesday. daytime highs today are cool and below average, low to mid 60s, not dealing with micro climates, all of us in the low to mid 60s this afternoon. seven-day forecast san francisco, oakland, san jose, wet today, drier tuesday and wednesday and then our next weather system rolls in for thursday, drier friday and for saturday. at this point we are looking at the chance to see a few showers sunday. by the way, we gain that extra hour of sleep. daylight saving time ends this weekend. seven-day forecast inland east bay, you are eventually going to see rain later in the morning and afternoon. north bay and coast, you will see the rain first. then we are looking at all of us catching rain as we head through our afternoon. tuesday and wednesday, drier. then our next weather system will bring more beneficial rainfall for us on thursday, drier friday and saturday and then our next weather system rolls in on sunday at this point. some of the weather models are
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showing another system to end our weekend. of course we'll be watching closely and again that extra hour of sleep this weekend, looking forward to it. >> thank you. expect mask changes in several counties starting now. we are live with where you can find the biggest roll back. going beyond tricks and treats. how bay area neighbors used halloween to send a socially conscious message. streaming today in our medical monday segment, we talk to a doctor from stanford healthcare about pfizer vaccine for children. watch at kpix.com or the kpix app. we are also on the news app. download for free on your favorite streaming platforms. it is 6:51. let's take a quick look outside from our treasure island cam. we'll be right back.
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i am anne makovec at the live news desk. it is another big day when it comes to push to get kids vaccinated. this could be the final step. cdc considering authorizing pfizer's vaccine for kids between ages of 5 and 11. if that happens, kids could be getting vaccinated as soon as this wednesday. food and drug administration on friday authorized pfizer's biontech vaccine for emergency use in kids. if cdc signs off, which is expected, about 28 million kids in the group will be eligible to receive one third of the adult dose, two injections, three weeks apart. a lot of states have already started ordering these doses in advance of the approval and if this goes on this time line, the kids would be vaccinated in time for the christmas holiday season. meantime, around here, some mask rules are being relaxed.
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justin has more on that. >> reporter: i am live in marin county. this is just one bay area county of three lifting those mask mandates. but you should not just ditch your mask yet because you will still need it in some places like anitals. marin, moth 80% of the population is vaccinated and leaders are seeing decline in hospital rates. under this health order masking indoors will no longer be required in spaces like restaurants, bars, some retail stores. private business owners can keep their mask policies in place if they choose. businesses in marin county say this is a step in the right direction. we know contra costa and alameda counties are easing mandates too as they have various degrees with this. back live, health officials are strongly recommending like i said earlier to keep the mask handy. you might need it in certain places and it also they say
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helps prevent spread of covid- 19. justin andrews, kpix5. i am joycelyn moran live in san francisco. starting today some muni services are expected to be impacted because of the vaccine mandate and several transit operators have not yet been vaccinated or haven't reported their vaccination status. as of thursday 87 of the bus and train providers, so about 6%. the agency said starting today they would need to temporarily suspend short time service on some lines. this refers to buses that run on a portion of a longer muni line and the agency says customers may experience additional crowding and longer wait times on various bus routes. the agency says they don't have precise time line as to when they'll be able to restore the services. they'll be sure to keep you updated and they say they will be working with operators when
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it comes to vaccination status. let's talk about some of the lines affect by the muni service lane. one california short, 14r mission rapid short on weekends, 49 vanness on weekdays and 30 stockton short. longer versions of the lines are available but as judges lynn mentioned expect things to be more crowded. if you are headed into san francisco we are tracking a busy ride across upper deck of the bay bridge. metering lights are on. traffic is already backed up well to the macarthur maze. 85, 80 getting busy. roadways are dry but that's going to change. i am tracking that cold front that will bring widespread rain back to the area. a wet monday is ahead. you see on high def doppler all that rain offshore. that's going to push into our region. we are looking at a wet start to our day for parts of the north bay. you see that wet weather from
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ukiah, hills burg, fort bragg. all of us will see that through the day. as you see on futurecast as we head through your monday, make sure you have the umbrellas and rain jackets for today. halloween isn't just about trick or treating or wearing elaborate costumes for a night of partying. >> east bay residents had a more socially conscious way of celebrating. one berkeley woman opted to decorate with the spector of climate thing. it shows oil spills running to the curb where it will drain to the bay. >> i like halloween. this year when i thought about boy, what's the scariest thing going on? i thought, gosh, climate change really is very scary. so i wanted to make a statement about that. >> halloween with a message. >> yeah. i like that. >> caring about our community and world. >> maybe she still had candy
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