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there is a new testing requirement you will haveplni we'll tell you the details. many americans rushing to be vaccinated or get their booster. the chances to get shots into arms in the bay area. positive results for a mix and match approach in covid booster shots. the decision for a popular south bay restaurant after covid restrictions take a toll on business. good morning. it is monday december 6. i am maria cid medina in for amanda. >> i am len kiese. good morning. hope you had a great weekend. it's foggy out there. it is. we have dense fog advisories in effect. almost fell there. >> don't fall, mary. >> it's a monday. happy monday. you see a dense fog advisory highlighted in gray here. that is for north bay interior valleys and east bay interior volleys, we are really starting with thick fog. a quarter mile in santa rosa
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and also in petaluma, half mile in concord, quarter mile in livermore, two and a half for san jose and mile and three quarters for sfo. through the day, mostly cloudy, a gray day and cool, highs in the upper 50s to low 60s. upper 50s to low 60s for the peninsula and highs inland at 62 in san jose, 59 in concord and 57 for the napa valley. i want to walk you through the day because we are tracking a weak weather system that will bring a few showers. here we are at 3:00 p.m., mostly cloudy. this evening, this is 8:00 p.m., you see a few showers starting to push in. it's that over nighttime period that we are going to see showers push in into early tomorrow. we'll have more on that coming up. >> thank you. starting today, international travelers will face tougher testing requirements coming into u.s.
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>> joycelyn moran is live from sfo with what travelers will need to follow. >> reporter: this goes into effect today. for international travelers at sfo, before you come through here, you are going to need a negative covid-19 test within 24 hours before your flight. this comes as part of president biden's announcement last week as part of his plan to help slow the spread of covid-19 in the u.s. and as cases of omicron variant have been detected in the u.s. cases are rising. we are averaging more than 100,000 new covid-19 cases per day in the u.s. and as travelers start looking for options for where to be tested so close to the flight, some say it is an inconvenience but not changing their plans. >> definitely another challenge in the way for travelers. >> adding more stress and especially for business like me. >> family is family.
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sometimes you just gotta be there. you have to make the expenses. >> you are still going to need this federal mask requirement in places like airports and while using public transportation like planes has been extended through at least mid march of next year. >> joycelyn, thank you. uk is putting a new covid rule into effect for inbound travelers. starting tomorrow passengers heading to uk must take a covid test within 48 hours of departure. this applies to everyone over 12 regardless of vaccination status. the health security agency says so far it has recorded 160 cases of the omicron variant. encouraging news from dr. fauci about early reports on omicron variant. >> thus far, it does not look like there is a great degree of severity to it but we've really got to be careful before we make determinations that it is less severe or really doesn't
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cause severe illness comparable to delta. >> dr. fauci added biden administration is considering lifting travel restrictions against noncitizens entering u.s. from several african countries. now that the omicron variant is here and spreading people are rushing to bay area clinics to get their vaccine or a booster shot. we found long lines of cars at the event center over the weekend. people say they were willing to wait. it was important to get protected against covid especially with the holidays approaching. >> it's important so we can look forward. i have looked at the data. i feel confident in the terms of safety and i think it is the right thing to do. >> it is important to get it so you can go to parties and concerts and all that . >> san mateo's clinic will continue and an appointment is needed. the johnson & johnson booster works well for people
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who originally have the pfizer. researchers in boston studied 65 people who received two shots of the pfizer vaccine. they gave 24 volunteers a third dose of the pfizer vaccine and gave 41 the johnson & johnson shot. the j&j boosted number of covid fighting cells twice as high as that of pfizer's. for more information, check out guide on kpix.com. we are learning about a covid outbreak at a school in marin county. the school district says a family sent their two kids to school knowing one had tested positive for the virus. the school district says a total of eight kids eventually got the virus. three of the cases are believed to be due to school based transmission. the county public health officer says this would have been preventable if the parents followed protocol. >> this is a violation
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obviously of just basic ethics but also a violation of law in that there is an order in place that people infected with covid- 19 do isolate for ten days f known to be exposed to someone in most cases, they need to quarantine. >> school officials say it doesn't appear that any of the children who contracted the virus had significant symptoms. none were hospitalized. owners of a popular south bay restaurant say they will have to leave the country after they shut down their business. they've been serving loyal customers in santa clara for 17 years. covid restrictions have taken a toll. the husband and wife owners have made the difficult decision to close. they are on an investor visa so closing means they must go back to south korea within 90 days or risk being deported. >> i love this restaurant even though i am sad. >> says he has no regrets
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because his adult son and daughter have successful years in u.s. he and his wife will spend their remaining time here with their kids before heading back in march. employees refused to serve police officers. the workers say it was because they were intimidated by the guns therapy carrying. >> this is not about us verses them. this is about someone stepped in it, did things less than ideal and figure out how to go forward. no one is perfect. no one understands that better than the police department who deal with imperfect situations and do the best they can. >> the restaurant is in contact with the police department and working on a way to move forward. police in napa searching for a dine and dash suspect. this man has been eating at
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several restaurants across town but when the bill comes, he sneaks out without ying inioced ke to hear from you. police in santa rosa asking for the public's help identifying a suspect involved in a shooting. this happened around 9:00 saturday night. officers found a man who had been shot several times. he was taken to the hospital. he is in critical condition but is expected to survive. witnesses say the suspect is a man driving a silver sedan. if you have information, please contact santa rosa police. a former sheriffs deputy in sonoma set to go on trial for involuntary manslaughter. the trial stems from a traffic stop in november 2019. deputies believe 52-year-old david ward was driving a stolen car. body cam shows when ward refused to get out the deputy put him in a neck hold. he is accused of bashing his head into the door frame
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multiple times while another deputy shot ward with a stun gun. ward eventually died. the car he was driving was not stolen. new information about a deadly plane crash. the small plane is registered to a sacramento man. investigators say darkness and fog made it hard to search for victims in the hours after the crash. four people were killed. the coroner is expected to release their names today. new video out of southern california shows moments before a homeowner says several men crashed her party and held some people at gun point. security cameras recorded two men walking down the side of her home saturday while a holiday party was underway. moments later suspects can be seen doubling back soon after they come out of the walkway and enter the front gate. the men encountered two party guests. >> threatened them and said you
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need to give me your wallet, iphone, iwatch and their jewelry. >> lapd is investigating more than 100 of these types of robberies in recent months. fortunately no one was hurt. 5:10. coming up on kpix35 and cbsn bay area, surprising sighting of a mountain lion on the peninsula. >> the push by oakland skating community to get a new park built in the city. >> very cool. we are dealing with foggy conditions. watch for thick fog. a dense fog advisory is in effect, 40s s aswe startour y. anand tracking our next weather system, a weak weather system that will bring light scattered showers later tonight. i will time it out for you on futurecast coming up. a live look outside for you to see how traffic is looking on this monday. looking good even though we
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classes can learn fundamental defensive tactics. adults can learn to defend themselves from a knife attack. classes will help raise funds for the community garden. oakland community members got a kick start on shopping. event focuses on supporting black owned businesses. african american chamber of commerce started this many years ago. many set up stands at liberation park. this vendor was selling authentic clothing. we are getting video of a mountain lion prowling on the peninsula. security camera shows a big cat dragging his dinner home which we are told was a black tail deer. cougars prey on everything but its main course is deer. king tide is returned to the bay area. the past days tides are about
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two feet higher than average. it happens more often during solstice season. the phase of the moon is also a factor. climate change with sea level rise could make yesterday's king tide a regular high tide one day. 5:15. let's turn things to mary lee for our monday forecast. good morning. we are looking at a foggy start to our day. as we head through our day today, i am tracking a weak weather system. i will show you on futurecast, a chance to see a few. watch for thick fog this morning. checking current visibility, we are looking at a quarter mile in santa rosa, petaluma, two and a half for fairfield, half mile for concord, quarter mile, two and a half for oakland,
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hayward, san jose. many locations are really dealing with that fog. a life look with our roof cam, the flag gently blowing in a little bit wind out there. you see how foggy it is on our roof cam and there we go with our temperatures, mid to upper 40s to even low 40s and low 50s. a cool start to our day. here we go with what to expect, morning clouds and morning dense fog. mostly cloudy skies with cool afternoon daytime highs and then tracking a weather system bringing light scattered showers through late tonight. there we go with the low pressure system that's going to drop a weak cold front our way. as we time it out, i will show you when you could possibly see a few showers. in the meantime upper 50s low 60s. 58 pacifica, 60 san francisco, 59 for mountain view, 62 for san jose, 59 for a high in
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concord, 57 for the napa valley. mostly cloudy skies. here we are at noon. we will continue with clouds as we look to 3:00 p.m. watch as we head through this evening, north bay, light scattered showers. here we are at 8:00 p.m. overnight here we are at midnight and here we go as we look to tomorrow morning, light scattered showers. this is 6:00 a.m. tomorrow. as we look to tomorrow in the afternoon, clearing and sunshine. this is a weak weather system and it is also a quick moving weather system as well, not expecting a lot of rain. hopefully you are lucky enough to see it, a few hundredths to a tenth of a than inch late tonight into early tomorrow. there we go with the seven-day forecast for today during the afternoon, looking at mostly cloudy skies, cool temperatures and a few showers as we head into late tonight into early tomorrow morning. we have another chance to see showers as we look to thursday and a big cool down in store
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for us. inland east bay, north bay, coast, a few showers late tonight into tomorrow morning. north bay and coast, you will see the showers first for you and other chance as we look to thursday with cooler temperatures by the end of the week. >> thanks. a grand opening for interim housing site designed to provide protection for the homeless. delta landing has more than 170 housing units on love ridge road in pittsburg where the county renovated a motel using money from california home key program. officials from contra costa health services will speak at the site at noon. oakland's skating community pushing for a rolling skating space. they have an event over the weekend hoping to get the word out. hundreds rolled up to a park in oakland. many showed off dance moves and skated around with their friends. a group called panther skate plaza is advocating for a safe
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space to roller skate. >> we want to extend use of this space to accommodate this new activity that the intergenerational. it helps to build confidence. >> this is what the community wants. >> the group has also started petitions to send to oakland city council. a big musical benefit held in the bay area to help a struggling local musician. the bay area blues musician was on hand in downtown vallejo. the concert raised money for a local songwriter. >> a real good friend of mine who is very well liked in the blues community and pretty well known, jojo rousso had a stroke of bad luck. his house burned down completely and we're doing a
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benefit for him. >> the concert was called mojo for jojo. nominated for another grammy award for best traditional blues album. last night's benefit was sold out. a small bay area bookstore raff ling off sir paul mccartney's book titled the lyrics. it is signed by the former beetle and only 175 exist in the world. there will be a raffle and all proceeds go towards a nonprofit. >> we can take that funding and help students pay for college applications. we can help our kids doing exams pay for those. we can fix broken chrome books so kids with keep meeting with virtual tutors. there is so much we can do with
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this. >> they've collected about $5,000. they're only selling tickets in person at the eight locations. those who want to enter have until december 14th to enter. during the pandemic, one in five households added a pet. as we head out of town or back to the office, how will pets cope? >> if you haven't already booked with a local pet sitter or boarding facility, you are probably out of luck. >> our original report home alone, what you need to know when our world reopens and how to best help your pet. that's tonight at 7:00. coming up on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> early december is always quiet at theaters between big thanksgiving and christmas releases. we'll tell you about the movie staying strong at the weekend box office.
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a live look at our roads. traffic is picking up. be careful as you head to work and take your kids to school. 5:21. we'll be right back.
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good monday morning. it is a foggy start to our day. you see that fog across the golden gate bridge. if the commute takes you there, give yourself extra ti because we are looking at dense fog advisories for north bay interior valleys and east bay interior valleys. temperatures are in the 40s and 50s. let's go to your lunchtime forecast and what you can expect. it's going to be a cool, cloudy day. at noon, coast, bay, inland in the mid 50s for your lunchtime forecast. in san francisco at noon 55 with a west southwest wind at four miles per hour. oakland, 53 with clouds and for the south bay, san jose looking at 55 with mostly cloudy skies. tracking a weak weather system, we will talk about our chance to see a few showers as we look to late tonight in just a few minutes. >> mary making me hungry. no new weekend winner
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topping the box office. >> eternals came in fifth. the film has raked in 156 million so far. house of gucci stayed in third while ghost busters watch life was in second place. in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> the show down between president biden and russianer president putin.. food for bay area families drive is happening now. to donate, go to kpix.com/give. a live look outside at the roads. traffic is moving smoothly but there is fog in some spots.
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i love saying yes to more merry for less at ross. a tougher testing requirement in place for international travelers. we'll tell you what you can expect, coming up. tribute to remembrances from both sides of the isle for late senator bob dole. returning policies on the world stage with the 2022 beijing olympics. return to political normalcy. with the kennedy center honors back once more over the weekend. good morning. it is monday december 6. i am len kiese. >> i am maria cid medina in for amanda. >> let's get a check with mary lee. a foggy start but it's okay because we are pushing through.
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it is. we will help you get through the fog. we are looking at a weather system that could bring a few showers through late tonight. let's first take you outside with what to expect, dense fog advisory in gray for north bay interior valleys and east bay interior valleys due to thick fog. a quarter mile in santa rosa, petaluma, three quarters of a mile in concord, quarter of a mile in the tri valley and livermore, two and a half for oakland and san jose and a mile and three quarters for hayward. it's a gray start. you may want to give yourself extra time if you are about to hit the roads maybe to school or work. as we head through today with mostly cloudy skies, upper 50s to low 60s across the bay area. i am tracking a weak cold front that's going to push through late tonight. cool and cloudy. here we are in the afternoon.
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this is at 7:00 p.m., a few light showers pushing through. here we are at midnight. we will see light scattered showers. we'll talk more about this coming up. >> thank you. today, tougher testing requirements in place for international travelers. >> joycelyn moran is live from sfo with what people will now have to follow. >> reporter: if you are planning on traveling internationally, this is something you are going to have to be preparing for. before you come to the u.s. and come through at sfo you will need a negative covid-19 test within 24 hours before your flight. this is regardless of vaccination status and regardless of your nationality. this comes as cases of the omicron variant have been detected throughout the u.s. including in the bay area. u.s. is seeing increase in cases. we are averaging about 100,000 cases per day in the u.s. cdc
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director says about 99% of the cases are the delta variant. that remains a threat. when it comes to omicron, many confirmed cases have been found in vaccinated people who reported having mild symptoms. >> we've really got to be careful before we make determinations that it is less severe or really doesn't cause severe illness comparable to delta. thus far the signals are encouraging regarding severity. >> reporter: experts say it is crucial to determine if omicron is transmissible, more transmissible. cdc has expanded surveillance at airports like sfo. if you are coming from a certain country, you can get tested. if it is positive, that sample is sequenced. this helps cdc determine if there are cases of the omicron variant coming through. new, union city police trying to learn more about a
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deadly shooting. callers near 7th street reported hearing gun shots around 8:30 last night. officers found a man in the driver's seat of a car with multiple gun shot wounds. he was pronounced dead. detectives are asking anyone who saw something suspicious to contact them. to michigan where parents of alleged school shooter are in police custody. the couple insists they were never on the run as is reported. james and jennifer crumbley have been charged with involuntary manslaughter and failed to appear at arraignment friday. they were found saturday inside a detroit art studio. the couple's attorneys insist the two were going to turn themselves in. >> they were scared. they were terrified. they were not at home. they were figuring out what to do. >> crumbleys are accused of purchasing the hand gun for their teen son ethan as an early christmas present. four students lost their lives
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in last week's school shooting. bob dole of kansas has died. in february he announced he had stage four lung cancer. the world war ii veteran made three unsuccessful bids for the white house. in his 36 years on capitol hill he helped arrange policy issues from taxes to the rights for the disabled. >> for our country, it was a tremendous loss. he is a towering figure, a great leader. >> president biden paying his respects calling him a states man like few in our history. bob dole was 98 years old. the last surviving officer of the historic world war ii parachute infantry regiment known as easy company. he died friday at the age of
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99. a group seen wearing white masks and matching arm patches. some in the crowd carried plastic shields. members were carrying a banner reading "reclaim america." officials say no arrests were made and the event was permitted. republican mississippi governor says if the supreme court overturns roe v wade his state will ban all abortions except in cases of rape or life of the mother. yesterday he spoke about justice's upcoming decision regarding the restrictive law that bans abortions at 15 weeks. >> there are a number of different things that the justices can do here. clearly they can recognize even under existing standard that 15 weeks is not radical. in fact they can recognize that the 15 week ban in the mississippi case is more in line with abortion laws around the world.
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>> during oral arguments last week in the case concerning the mississippi law which bans abortion 15 weeks into pregnancy, justices appeared poised to uphold the law which had been blocked by two federal courts. a live look at the white house where president biden is expected to announce a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 beijing olympics this week. the move would still allow u.s. athletes to compete. no u.s. government representatives would be in attendance. the president said he would be thinking about doing this to protest china's human rights abuses. the virtual summit did not result in any significant progress. the diplomatic boycott is designed to put mercedes pressure to reform policies before winter games begin on february 4. tomorrow president biden is scheduled to meet with russian president vladimir putin on a video conference. talks come as tensions escalate between u.s. and russia over a
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build up of nearly 100,000 russian troops on ukrainian border. jen psaki said in a statement president biden will underscore u.s. concerns with russian military activities on the border with ukraine and reaform united states' support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of ukraine. a washington tradition of sorts restored at the kennedy center honors. president biden attended last night's ceremony with first lady jill biden, vice president harris, and her husband doug. this follows several instances where former president trump chose not to attend. >> that's the gift you all give us, that sixth sense to imagine something no one else can, to carve, paint, write, to dance, to sing, to dream until you set the vision free. that's what you do. >> recipients of the lifetime
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achievements awards include lauren michaels, bette middler and joanie mitchell. a major oil producer in the middle east raises prices. diane king hall of cbsmoneywatch.com joins us live from the new york stock exchange. diane, good morning. good morning. i want to get to some breaking news i just got from one of the traders on the floor. according to bloomberg there is a shuffle at the stock exchange with leadership executive shuffle, president of the stock exchange set to be named lynn martin as next president. that means cunningham will be moving on. i don't have all the details yet. i think it may just be natural order of business. as soon as i have more information i will let you
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on d raoil ices igr. increase cametha week after opec announced it would continue to boost output. goldman sachs predicts the economy will grow 3.8% next year, down from a previous position of 4.2%. bank cited omicron variant for the downgraded forecast. head of instagram will testify on capitol hill. appear before a senate panel wednesday for a hearing on protecting kids online. instagram criticized for negative effect on younger users. creating ways for parents to control how much time they spend on the app. it's that time of year where people are looking for maximum holiday cheer. there is an in app way to find the best holiday displays. >> that's right. next door is out with the annual holiday cheer map to help plan out top sight seeing
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routes. 90% of respondents said they plan to decorate. users can include themselves in the interactive map by marking homes with a holiday light bulb. >> i put my tree up over the weekend. i will not put it on the app because it's kind of basic. >> i understand. come on. i saw your picture with that big tree. i know that is not your tree. >> not mine. >> but you've got inspiration. >> it looks similar to that. not really. i will post and everybody can judge it. thank you so much. see you at 6:30 when the stock market opens up. >> thank you. coming up, the environmental concerns leading to a new lawsuit against a marin water pipeline plan. the issue forcing honda to recall hundreds of thousands of its suvs. good morning to you.
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here is a live look with the cliff house ocean beach camera with that fog, 40s and 50s and dealing with dense fog in spots especially dense fog advisories for north bay and east bay interior valley. we have cool conditions this afternoon. i am tracking a weak weather system, details on light scattered showers as we head through tonight. i will show you that on futurecast. another live look at the fog and traffic on the san mateo bridge, traffic picking up at 5:41. we'll be right back.
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new, a proposed water pipeline project on richmond san rafael bridge just got hit with an environmental lawsuit. according to marin independent journal the fairfax based north coast rivers is suing to block the plan, citing potential harm to endangered fish. the court filing asks a judge to halt the pipeline project until water district conducts a full environmental review. the district says the project is exempt from the request because it's emergency drought project. relief is coming to the route from las vegas into california. both governor newsom and another governor have agreed to add a lane. the lane will stretch five
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miles and cost $12 million. both governors met yesterday to talk about the agreement. >> he just called and asked "can you focus on this"? he followed up in a couple days. >> should help get semis moving from the long beach or from l.a. to las vegas. hopefully it will help with just the general traffic flow and the supply chain is a big part. >> governor newsom said there has been talk with bright line for high speed rail but that point is only tentative. search on for survivors. at least 15 people died after this volcano erupted saturday. 27 people are still missing. today a dam burst because of pressure from lava flowing into a river. that forced a new round of evacuations on top of roughly the 900 people who had already
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cleared out. firefighter in his colorado trying to contain a wildfire that broke out in denver. both buildings are destroyed but no one was hurt. flames cover about 20 acres and have forced evacuations from nearly two dozen other homes. containment is 50%. hawaii dealing with a bit of wet weather. the downpour began sunday on the big island. maui and island of hawaii remain under a flash flood warning as heavy rains continues. mary, you were talking about rain chances for us. >> a little bit. nothing like that. a weak cold front will bring a few showers back to the bay area. i will show you futurecast in a moment. a dense fog advisory is in effect highlighted in gray until 10:00 a.m.
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for north bay interior valleys and east bay interior valleys due to thick fog and really watching across the region. please be careful if you are about to hit the roads, maybe taking kids to scho heading to work. we are looking at the current visibility down to a quarter mile in santa rosa, petaluma, three quarters of a mile in concord. we are looking at a quarter mile for hayward. i have been watching visibility really get worse, about two and a half for oakland, two and a half in the south bay in san jose. here is the foggy view of the golden gate bridge. you see 40s and 50s this morning. morning clouds, morning fog. we are looking at mostly cloudy skies and cool daytime highs. as we look to tonight, tracking a weak cold front and that will bring light scattered showers back to the bay area. we'll take what we can get. not a lot but it is something for us. our sunrise is at 7:11 and sun set at 4:50.
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satellite and radar view, there is that low pressure system that is going to drop a weak cold front our way and that will bring us some showers. let's show you daytime highs, upper 50s to low 60s across the bay area. it is going to be a cool day with those clouds. mostly cloudy skies, here we are at noon as we stop the clock at 3:00 p.m., a mostly cloudy afternoon. this evening, a few showers first for the north bay. this is 7:00 p.m. as we look to late tonight, we will start to see a few more light scattered showers. here we are at 11:00 tonight and really through overnight hours, stopping the clock again tomorrow morning. this is 5:00 a.m. for your tuesday, light scattered showers to start our day. as we head through tuesday in the afternoon, clearing. this is a weak weather system. it is also a quick mover. as we look to tomorrow in the afternoon, we are done and already catching sunshine by tomorrow afternoon. as we go through late tonight
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into tomorrow, picking up a few hundredths to about a tenth. it is not much but it is something. cool, cloudy today, and then light scattered showers late tonight into early tomorrow and another chance thursday and cooler by the end of the week. inland east bay, north bay, coast. north bay and coast, we will see showers earlier for you by this evening and then overnight into early tomorrow, light scattered showers and again that other chance to see showers for thursday. it is time for bay area bright spots. we are going to baker beach where viewer bob says hanukkah harry is lighting for the eighth and final night of hanukkah. check out that view. so beautiful with the golden gate bridge in the background. i love it. we wanted to see your holiday lights as we celebrate the season. e-mail pictures and videos to
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bayareabrightspots@kpix.com. honda recalling suvs and pickups. there is a problem with the hood latch that can cause the hood to open while on the road. the recall covers several years worth of honda pass ports, pilots, ridge lines. owners will receive a notice by mid january and honda will make repairs free of charge. the maker of a viral drug for covid-19 has a recall. two lots may be contaminated with particles of glass. this could be dangerous because infusions of the tainted drug could block blood vessels in patients. so far there are no reports of adverse effects. rio has canceled new year's eve celebration amid covid-19 concerns. the mayor said the decision was taken amid difference of
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opinions between key stakeholders within the country. the city says it respects science and would always stick with most cautious approach. at least 20 major cities in brazil have canceled new year's eve celebrations due to concerns over omicron variant. passengers on norwegian cruise ship in new orleans looking for answers after more than a dozen cases of covid-19 were detected on the ship. despite everyone being vaccinated, 17 did pest positive. passengers were suddenly being required to test over the weekend and they say adding to the confusion, no one would tell them why. >> we never knew last night. nobody ever knew. this morning on the news people started seeing it. >> we didn't know anything about an outbreak on the ship. >> we heard when we got to port and had cell phone service and saw the news. >> so far, norwegian says all the people who tested positive are not showing symptoms.
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merry christmas to raise money for their respective foundations. little things is about a happy christmas morning. happy days star henry winkler auctioning some of the iconic props used in his role as fonz for charity. >> it includes the leather jacket as well as the silver triumph motorcycle which could, get this, go for around $120,000. one of his jackets is in the smithsonian institutions. he saved memorable props and costumes worn during the show which will be auctioned. proceeds will benefit a nonprofit his daughter started that helped separated migrant families at the u.s. border. 5:56. in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. look outside on the ry seesa in
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