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ys ♪ ♪ call one eight hundred, eight million ♪ >> now it's 3. a family broken by the in-custody death of mario gonzalez for the first time we're hearing the 911. calls that were made right before gonzalez died and what his family's attorney is saying about the comments made by the attorney representing the alameda police officers involved. plus, how a multi billion dollar package aims to address the states drought issues. and we're counting down to tonight's nfl draft and possible quarterback switch. forty-niners. now from the bay local news station. this is kron. 4 news at 3.
>> we can see with their own eyes. what happened and the whole country knows that this kind of thing happens having learned all about it from the george floyd try. >> now with 3 criminal charges that is with the family of mario gonzalez believes that the officers involved in their son's death should be faced with. thank you so much for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 3 on this thursday. i'm justine waldman. the family of morrow gonzalez is speaking out against the comments that were made by the attorney representing the alameda police officers who were involved in the 26 year-old death while he was in police custody last week. the family says the officers had no right to detain mario and they add that the body camera video released by the city shows that gonzalez was not a threat kron force with duval spoke with the family's attorney who believes that the officers should face criminal charges. >> they're not doing well at all as mother says that they officers broke her family. and while mario gonzalez's family prepares funeral arrangements.
they are pushing back at the attorney representing the alameda police officers involved in is in custody. death on the families. we have civil rights attorney michael, her is exploring a civil lawsuit against the officers for what he calls violations of law enforcement standards and protocols disputing the officers attorneys assertion that the officers worked hard to talk guns. all is down. >> and resolve the situation peacefully. there is no need to talk him down or anything. >> even the officer's lawyer says they were only there to help him. he wasn't committing a crime. you know, there's a guy who's, you know, seems a little tipsy in a park and that's not against the law. so they didn't even have the legal right to handcuff. a dad says the officers attorneys claim that the officers were concerned for mario. >> then like a light switch. he stopped breathing but does not appear accurate based on the body camera footage. anyone can see if they put
their weight on him for at least 5 minutes. and you know, they're basically saying he just up and died. it was only a coincidence that the police happened to be on his back at the moment and that does not logical. it doesn't make sense and buddy. and yes, of course, the autopsy will be important, but we can see with their own eyes. what happens and the whole country knows that this kind of thing happens having learned all about it from the george floyd try on thursday, the gonzalez family released a statement reinforcing what they said. other news conference tuesday that mario was murdered by alameda police officers. april 19th. >> when they responded to reports of a possibly intoxicated man loitering in a park on oak street and that he was possibly involved in a theft. the encounter ended with mario dying in custody from what police call a medical emergency or a dad says the officers should be held accountable. but says that this time will not say this was murdered. i haven't been able to hear from the
officers directly or c their statements or anything like that. so i i do think that i need to withhold a little bit of judgment here. >> but what i'm saying is it's hard for me to see to defend what they to all kron >> we're also hearing the 911. calls that were made before mario gonzalez was killed in the recording. you can hear 2 different men calling to report can solace the first man lives near the alameda park where gonzalez was standing in the second in that recording, you will hear the dispatch ask another man if gonzales had any weapons. let's listen together. >> he is the in my front garden talking to himself. no mask. and i went out there and the dogs bark at them and dog in towards these are not making any he do anything wrong. scare in my any weapons on him. now he has become a local you've been pushing in
there. the it does appear to be an effort count. might be kind of has been war kind of loitering around there for probably half an hour down. >> and as you know, the situation escalated after those calls were made and police arrived. you can hear the 911. calls in full on our website. kron 4 dot com. another big story we're watching today. nearly all of california is now in some stage of graft drought. here is the latest map that was just released this morning by the u.s. drought monitor and you can see a lot of red and yellow covering most of the state, including a big chunk here in the bay area. the red color indicates areas in extreme drought. yellow means severe drought. in fact, the drought monitor says 97.5% of california is in some stage of drought at this time last year
just 41.5% of california was in one of those drought stages and this will show us what's happening as we take a look here just days after sonoma county declared a drought emergency. we're now getting an aerial look at what the conditions are like there. this is video from our quad copter. 4 right above the lake sonoma reservoir right now. it's at 62% capacity. so there should be a lot more water there. and to try and help california state lawmakers are moving forward with a multibillion dollar package to address the state's drought issues. our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala joining us live on to explain how that money will be used. good afternoon, ashley. >> good afternoon. just in those latest drought readings are igniting a sense of urgency and state senators to get this package through. they note that every day that goes by further dries out resources and supplies for some of the state's most essential systems. >> only 3.4 billion dollar drought relief package cleared its first hurdle in the
california legislature thursday as lawmakers try to swiftly, send it to the governor for approval. the effort unanimously cleared a senate budget committee on natural resources for every. >> here we can getting money on the ground. it's season weeks there's operation happening on our soils. some of these water districts, quite frankly needs resources to get. >> half a billion dollars would be available immediately for emergency drought-related response for communities that need it across california. thursday's drought monitor released showed 88% of the state is in a severe drought with the entire state considered abnormally dry. the proposed package would also put funds toward improving water supply in smaller communities helping ratepayers with covid related water debt and provide help to struggling agriculture and local water agencies. the package would be paid with state and federal funds. state natural resources
and water officials noted california's conditions are approaching levels. the state experienced in its last round a few years ago. governor gavin newsome has said regardless of the current conditions. he does not yet feel the need to declare a drought state of emergency newsom's administration thursday told lawmakers many lessons were learned in the last route that led to projects and policies which they say improved california's protection from drought. lawmakers say more still needs to be done every day. we is a day that we're losing opportunity to get seat in the ground and stabilize the soil. >> as well as taking the time. >> package now heads to the full senate budget committee for approval will still have to go to the assembly before it heads the governor's desk reporting live. the state capitol. ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> thank you so much. ashley. and i'm just reading the of that came into our newsroom from the san francisco public utilities commission. they're now asking residents to voluntary conserve water by 10%. so now san francisco is
also getting on board is asking people to conserve and we can see from the monitor there behind you. exactly why we need to be more mindful of how much water we use. yeah. extremely mindful justine. and that's because we're seeing worsening drought conditions above average temperatures for the month of april. >> and also the lack of april showers has contributed to extreme drought conditions. extending from the north bay valleys and east bay valleys, westward and southward impacting almost everyone in the bay area. second, worst drought scenario with the exception of the exceptional category where we could easily start to see that by the valleys in the north bay and east bay later this month during the summer months and also possibly in early fall is, well, if these worsening conditions continue still tracking above average temperatures, especially for innermost valleys in the east bay and north bay out there
right now. but a different story and picture along the coast tracking the return of that fog being 20 degrees cooler for downtown san francisco right now. also seeing double digit cooling throughout the east bay shoreline and south bay as well of san jose because of that increase in that cool sea breeze and cloud cover as well. 55 degrees. the downtown san francisco. we were easily in the low 70's around this time yesterday with low 70's right now. for those of you in san jose with that cool down. check out livermore, 86 degrees with nevado in the low 80's near 30 degree difference from our coast to inland valleys and we're also trying another warm-up early this upcoming week. more. my full forecast in just a few minutes. just seeing. back to you. thank you so much. murray said we'll go to the south bay now because for the second time this month. a pedestrian has been killed by a hit and run driver near the same intersection in san jose. >> kron four's rob fladeboe has details now joins us live from san jose, good afternoon, rob.
>> just into fatal hit and run accidents in one month is unusual in itself. but for both of them to happen at the same intersection here at kirchner in monterey and south-central well, it's very disturbing and also the fact that one person was in a wheelchair. the other is a walker also makes it that much more disturbing. to videos to help tell the story. let's take a look at the first one. this we'll take you back to about 8.30, last night. wednesday evening here just north of kirchner on moderate near the burger king there. police tell us that a woman was crossing the street. they're crossing monterey. she was not in the crosswalk, but she was using a walker when she was struck and killed. the driver did not stop. the second incident back on april first now in this particular instance of the woman, a 37 of vanessa and rc identify later was actually in the cross walk and she was in a wheelchair when she was struck and killed. there is no a suspect
description or vehicle description available in the most recent incident. but that second piece of video. i want to go now show you what this intersection is like during the daytime here. there's no apparent connection between either of these cases. but we know that monterey road that usually shows up on a list of hot spots for speeding across town. there's no indication that speeding was an indication in this case or was it was a contributing factor in this case. but i did spend an hour to hear this afternoon. and i could see that there's just a lot of people here in wheelchairs scooters and walkers and so forth. just about all of them passed along anecdotal evidence to me that there are a lot of people who just don't respect those type of people. careless drivers, if you will. i spoke to a mother and daughter who tell me that they, too, had a close they were involved in a hit and run accident. they were seriously hurt. but the driver didn't stop and remains at large. let's hear their story. >> my mother unfortunately, they're crossing the street or i look at the cross. but again, we given the right
away. so when i started crossing, i heard this screech and all the i see headlights and me and my mother. even though this walk it you. they are still go by and you got to walk the walk for them. >> then, you know safe to go by. you've got to watch for yourself. >> are flyers posted here at the intersection in connection with the april 1st hit and run. they describe the vehicle that struck and killed the nsa or c as one similar to this one. a white 2004 to 2010 mercedes cla spends a mercedes-benz cls coop. >> that's not the car. but that's one just like it. police obviously are asking anyone who may have seen that vehicle suspecting that possibly has some fun in damage to please get in touch with police. the woman who died here last night. >> by the way, was the 16th person killed on city streets so far this year. and this
year and it was the 3rd pedestrian death live in san jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news. thank you so much. rob. and we have much more coming up here on kron. 4 news at 3 us tickets sold out in a matter of minutes. >> outside lands is rowing back to san francisco this fall. but is it safe? a local doctor will weigh in on the crowds and covid. and in sports, we're just hours away from finding out who the forty-niners will choose with the 3rd round. in the nfl draft i'm hearing some talking here about aaron rodgers. sports reporter kylen mills will bring us a look at that. 3 prospects that could determine the future of the franchise. and after the break, an unusual shooting in the south bay with this arrow. there's now a hate crime investigation.
>> a bus driver out walking on a break was shot in the back with an arrow santa clara county deputies looking into the possibility that this was a hate crime. kron four's maureen kelly has the story. >> at this point. it's unclear if it was shot by a traditional bow or crossbow. but this is a picture of the arrow that impaled of the t a bus driver in the back. the santa clara sheriff's office says it happened not far from the alum rock transit center. the driver was on a break, taking a walk with another driver in a residential area on the 2600 block of sierra grande away in what's being called an unprovoked attack. it's a targeted attack.
>> and often we have people showing bone marrow is outside in public in that case. but this is a targeted attack and we're looking at the case. if it is a hate crime or not. >> deputy russel davis wouldn't specify the reason is considered a possible hate crime. but the drivers union president confirms that both workers or seek. and we're wearing turbans. the victim is recovering at home. when i spoke with him. doing okay. like i said, he just is. >> is in disbelief, that this could happen and you know, by the grace of god, he's he feels that he's you know, he's it. you made it through this so far doesn't know why it and that's when he was in shock about about the whole ordeal. the vta spokesperson says patrols have been boosted at the transit hub. safety is paramount not only for our passengers but for our employees as well. >> and so we're working with the sheriff's department, transit patrol and the detectives to do whatever we can to try and find the assailant. we want to let people in the know that if they can keep their eyes out
and just let us know if there's anything suspicious going on or they they may have any information about this attack to please call the sheriff's department. >> the transit agency union and sheriff's advisory board have all chipped in to offer a $3,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case. maureen kelly kron 4 news. a former youth camp counselor is now in custody for possession of child. sunnyvale police arrested 21 year-old pedro rivera garcia yesterday after searching his home. >> police say that they found a laptop that contained about 700 videos. depicting the exploitation of children and a cellphone that contained many other similar videos. police say the suspect started his work as an overnight counselor at a youth camp for a diabetic children in the santa cruz mountains between 2018 2019. the suspect has denied engaging in behavior with any of the children at the camp. a
death row inmate at san quentin died last night in his cell. prison officials say it's 46 year-old charles edward kwok crawford. the second and he was found unresponsive around 7 o'clock last night. he was transported to an outside hospital where he died last night. the marin county coroner's office will now determine crawford's exact cause of death. he was sentenced in alameda county back in 2002 for the murder of a 16 year-old san jose girl fremont man. still ahead, coming up at 3.45 today. an east bay woman has been arrested for possible hate crime charges after getting into a fight with the delivery driver. >> we have more the video. what happened and also hear from the driver. and when we come back, how safe is it to return to golden gate park for outside lands. a local doctor
>> well, single-day passes went on sale today for outside lands and they're sold out. it didn't take long just a few minutes for all the tickets for that weekend to go the popular music festival and golden gate park was canceled last year because the pandemic, but it's going to be coming back in october. if you're lucky enough to snag a ticket. but there are still concerns about coronavirus and large gatherings even though it's outside kron four's. charles clifford has been looking into whether or not this concert will be considered safe. and i know charles, you talk to some health experts, what did they have to say. >> you know, even though the cdc says that there is a risk
of catching coronavirus. even at large outdoor gatherings. the festival will move hollow halloween weekend in october and the organizers say that they are working on adding additional safety precautions. >> according to the cdc large outdoor gatherings are still considered high risk for exposure to covid-19 the outside lands music festival is expected to draw thousands of people over 3 days, meaning that extra safety precautions may need to be taken. organizers have said they are still working on specific safety guidelines for the festival. it's unclear at this point if attendees will be required to wear masks be vaccinated or be tested before being allowed in doctor peter chin. hong with ucsf says that because a large gathering like outside lands is seemingly at odds with cdc recommendations organizers will most likely need to take additional precautions. >> the bay area's very but of course, smith, you know, events like outside lines without a mission, a layer of, you safety. you worried about
a lot of visitors bringing risk from other areas. if things move along in the way they have been moving by that many people hopefully would have been vaccinated and it's important to note that outside lands is still months away and conditions and health guidelines could have all. >> over the coming months. >> all right. back live now a bit of warning to ticket buyers. if you go to the website for outside lands under the health and safety page of notes that anyone who buys a ticket assumes all the risks of a possibly if they were to catch covid-19. but for now in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news, thank you so much, charles. >> we'll switch gears now and talk about our weather forecast as we take a live look outside across the san mateo bridge. fog was creeping in on the coast but it's sunny inland today. it was also nice to see inch ux. shot from goal maid park. it was so green there behind him. i want to
appreciate those green shots as much as possible before things really start to get dry. meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here with more on the warm weather that's still sticking around. yeah. quite the contrast between our inland valleys and coastal cities. we're noticing the return a gray out there throughout the bay area coastline. >> cooling down temperatures in downtown san francisco as much as 20 degrees. double digit cooling for the east. the shoreline and even for san jose better clearing and warmer conditions as you make your way inland. but we're going to see the return of a gray pattern arriving a little bit earlier in downtown san francisco. in most of the bay area today in fact, may officially starts on saturday time. flies, right, justine, let's take a look at futurecast for. we're going to keep an eye on drizzle. and that's the only precipitation we're tracking within the next 7 days. unfortunately, very lackluster month of april as far as rain showers win. and that's why we're noticing worsening drought conditions.
according to our latest drought monitor map and temperatures as you head out the door. take a look at that spread 87 degrees for an talking conquered and in the mid 50's for half moon bay so easily more than a 20 degree difference. i saw 30 degree difference earlier this afternoon between our inland valleys and our coolest coastal cities mid 60's right now for oakland and hayward fremont 74 degrees. a very pleasant temperatures there and santa rosa with napa. also in the mid 70's and overnight lows tonight going to be on the mild side, upper 40's to low 50's tonight, daytime highs tomorrow. cooling down 5060's and 70's only 80's for those of you in santa rosa and that cooling trend will continue through saturday. slight bump in temperatures sunday. but monday warming up once again 5 to 10 degrees above average continuing through next wednesday just seen back to you. thank you so much mabrisa up next to the east bay city becomes the first in the nation to approve the purchase. >> of militarized equipments.
we'll take a closer look. and what this means for policing. and mayors from california's biggest cities coming together to help fight homelessness why they're called for more money from the state could be coming at just the right time. and after the break, it is draft day for the red and gold who are the forty-niners going to pick her during the first round in a preview of the top 3 contender
>> it's time to talk sports and we're just a few hours away from finding out who the forty-niners are going to choose with the 3rd overall pick in the nfl draft this quarterback selection could be the future face of the franchise. kron 4 sports reporter kylen mills has a look at the 3 prospects that everyone is talking about today. >> the rumor mill has been swirling like never before around the forty-niners coveted draft pick could ohio state quarterback justin fields be the guy, the 6, 3, 223 pound gunslinger was the back to back. big 10 offensive player of the year and led the buckeyes to a national championship game fields is said to have all the tools arm strength, deep ball accuracy and mobility. his high school coach matt dickman says justin has what it takes to be an nfl star. we're going to get an outstanding person. >> that's going to be a great we know how talented he is. he can run to his left thumb. and you know, and is right right and he's really create plan actual quarterbacks. i really don't know how we doesn't fit
with the forty-niners. another guy that has risen to the top of the list is north dakota state's trey lance. his play helped the bisons won the 2019 fcs national championship. >> the 6, 4, 224 pound signal-callers athleticism arm strength and decision-making stand out, though some have concerns about his accuracy. >> his high school coach terry bahlmann says lance's talents and maturity will lead him to success. 6, 4, to 25 runs a 4, 4, 40. it's got a cannon actual all all the physical skills are. >> are there. if you're going to get a great citizen, great role model. these can be face of the franchise you want is going to be the hardest worker finally alabama's mac jones has long been in the conversation, the 6 to 217 pound qb put up huge numbers will leading the crimson tide to another national title. >> jones touts strong decision making and is excellent at reading defenses and processing. >> the we doesn't have the strongest arm in his class. one of his high school coaches. kevin fagan has no
doubts jones will excel at the next level is demand are growing up and his work ethic. he works as hard. anybody ever work that we've had around it just competitive edge >> mark knowledge of the game along with, you know, the physical is very good them in row road as well the rest ruling and popular highland hills kron 4 sports. >> the forty-niners are expected to make their pick around 05:45am. tonight. so soon as we know, the fate of the team, the kron 4 sports team. well, come on during conference 5 o'clock and bring us this big announcement. looking forward to it. all right. other news this afternoon homelessness is a growing problem here in california. and that's why several mayors in the state came together asking the governor for help kron 4 tahernia joins us live now with more on what the mayors are asking for. good afternoon. it's afternoon justine. that's right. they're calling themselves the big city mayors. >> it's a coalition of mayors from the 13 largest cities in
california. they came together, virtually today to ask the state for multi year investment totaling 20 billion dollars to aid in their respective fights against homelessness now would be the largest allocation of funds dedicated to fighting the homeless crisis in the country. the california is home to more than a quarter of the country's homeless population and investment as large as this could build over 100,000 homes for those in need. now the 13 mayors of san jose mayor sam liccardo, san francisco mayor london breed and oakland. mayor libby schaaf for all in attendance. each mentioning with their cities have done successfully in combating the problem so far. but the common theme across the board was that more needs to be done iq. it can only be done with the state's help. we stand together just say that we need to treat homelessness. >> like the crisis that it is. there's no one solution to homeless that is it requires a number of different approaches.
>> and many of them take time. that's why we're all here today. we're calling for a commitment from the state to provide the resources. we need to make a difference over multiple years. 20 billion dollars is an appropriate large investment in california's largest problem. >> now i resched out to the governor's office for a statement. his office said that the governor is still reviewing the state budget, but he's looking forward to partnering with the legislator to help municipalities across the states. help house the homeless. but still no word on whether he'd match that 20 billion dollar request. it is, however, the perfect time for the mayor's to make such a hefty request. in addition to the state's record breaking surplus, california also received a 26 billion dollars from president biden's american rescue plan. a lot more on this coming up on kron 4 news at 5 as well as on our streaming service kronon you can download that for free in your app store. just seen. thank you so much. now as we go to national news now.
>> president biden is in georgia today to mark his first 100 days in office and sell his ambitious and expensive. new plan to the american public. the president laid out his gold last night during his first major address to congress and our washington, dc correspondent anna wiernicki is in washington with the latest. >> the president is hitting the road this week to pitch his plan for the next 100 days. but he made it very clear last night that in order to put his plan into play. he needs democrats and republicans working together. >> congress should act president joe biden laid out a lengthy list of policy priorities wednesday night telling congress he wants to see legislation on his desk soon. we have a giant opportunity to bend the arc of the moral universe toward justice. the president proposed a one 0.8 trillion dollar american families plan and called on congress to get to work and pass an infrastructure package. immigration and police reform as well as gun control. now, the congress must act.
>> and as majority leader, i intend for the senate to take up legislation to make president biden's vision. >> a reality democrats say they're ready to get to work to help push the president's plan forward. we're optimistic. we'll see some progress in a bipartisan way. but republicans say the president's plan is too ambitious and too expensive. the president talked about unity and togetherness while reading off multi-trillion dollar shopping list. >> that was designed nor intended. and bipartisan by senate minority leader mitch mcconnell criticized democrats for trying to pass their bills without any republican support. the american people need us to find common ground and the move. >> this country forward. >> the president and first lady will wrap up their day in georgia by attending a drive-in rally near atlanta and the white house says the president is also scheduled to make stops in pennsylvania and virginia in the next few days in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you.
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>> well, i think if you have been waiting to set sail your summer travel plans. this may be the update that you've been waiting for cruising may be making a comeback in the letter that was released by the cdc cruising could resume on american waters by mid-summer. the industry has been able to operate for over a year unable to operate for over a year. and this update is coming as travel restrictions across the nation continue to loosen the cdc notes that the cruising will never be a 0 risk activity. the goal is to establish a plan that mitigates the risk of covid-19 transmissions as much as possible. back here on land. google's downtown west project in san jose is one step closer to becoming a reality. the city's planning commission is allowing google to proceed with their newest campus development plans. the company is looking to develop
the area west of highway 87 in san jose. and a lot will consist of 4,000 housing units, 15 acres of opens open-space 7.3 million square feet of office space and capacity for businesses and restaurants. according to san jose's deputy manager, the development will be the foundation for a new neighborhood district. >> one it's just not an office on clase but a district that workers in it. that has a lot of homes and particularly we very excited about level of affordable homes that will be coming to the area. >> before the plans are finalized. there will be one final hearing before the city council on may 25th. still ahead, a hate crime investigation in the east bay after a black delivery driver says that he. >> but racially profiled why he's thankful the neighbors got involved. and in east bay
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berkeley woman accused him of speeding. and he says that the woman and her boyfriend then followed him and started yelling racial slurs. the woman was arrested last week for a hate crime after that confrontation in north berkeley kron four's taylor sackey has the latest. >> the victim candle mcintyre says he felt very unsafe in those moments. and pretty scared. he says that at one point the suspect, julie warley and actually jumped into his delivery truck in tried grabbing hold of the steering wheel. now, judge says he's thankful that neighbors got involved in continue to record that incident. >> in some started cursing. you know, i. >> first instance ongoing curse that those is very violent lang you know, i was in constant i was this racially profiled from the job victim. kendall mcintosh says he was finishing rounds delivering packages in
berkeley when 35 year-old julie will rent. >> accused him of speeding and then she and her boyfriend followed him to delaware street and muggy avenue in north berkeley. more so like the harassing started >> i saw was the sound of my job see what allowed me to sing of double doors and the from leave out of mcintosh says. >> weiland's boyfriend, then stood behind the delivery truck and prevented him from leaving what i was happening. >> has girlfriend. also topped this. i'm of them. as i was back in those common ground on see that that 2 times in a row that can taj was finally able to get out of the vehicle. >> screaming in racial slurs like the n word continued from orland. he says he's thankful neighbors got involved and continued recording the incident. but costly was right to my said no, it could be me and coats >> so no matter what the situation is. >> just protect yourself. all, you know, if you feel like you have to videotape or anything definitely do that because i
like if there a video. there was an herbal party. probably could have got away with saying certainly police are classifying this as a hate crime and they arrested were land on suspicion of false imprisonment. >> battery using offensive words and willfully threatening a person based on their appearance. this incident marks the second hate crime arrest in berkeley just this month in berkeley to lead the psac ii kron 4 news. >> let's talk about our weather forecast now as we take a live look outside across the golden gate bridge. the fog has slowly started to clear. but there is a big spread in temperatures between the coast and inland and our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is joining us now with a look at the forecast. >>seen. yeah. per downtown san francisco in half moon. bay only warming up into the mid 50's. they said that strong sea breeze and also that thick fog bank along the coast. but a different story and picture as you make your way inland, especially in the east bay valleys concord
livermore and antioch all in the mid 80's easily a 30 degree temperatures spread with some 60's and 70's in between for most bay area cities. so we're tracking a unique microclimate forecast out there because of a gray pattern writing a little bit earlier in the bay area. very similar conditions for tomorrow. along the coast. slow clearing with downtown san francisco only warming up into the mid 60's half moon bay mid 50's for you as his daily city and pacifica. and we are going to notice a strong sea breeze at times around 30 miles per hour or less primarily along the coastline. so it is certainly going to feel cooler because of that wind chill factor millbrae and burlingame in the mid 60's tomorrow and also for san carlos upper 60's for your friday afternoon highs. and let's take a look at the south bay san jose 75 degrees low 80's. for those of you in campbell that santa clara in the upper 70's at 78 degrees.
so could say goodbye to the 80's for inland valleys in the east bay livermore only warming up to 70 degrees. still going to be few degrees above average. nonetheless, but along the coast upper 60's for oakland and concord and walnut creek warming up into the upper 70's at 78 degrees with mid 70's for those of you in valais, and napa, nevada 79 degrees. the santa rosa in the low 80's there in mill valley. low 70's for the end of your workweek forecast and taking a look ahead at the next 7 day outlook. we're going to continue that cooling trend through saturday with a slight bump in temperatures on sunday, then over another round of above average temperatures monday through wednesday of this upcoming week. and we're going to start may believe it or not, just seen on saturday how time flies. back to you. thank you so much recent now, california is projected to become the only state to allow adults. >> to have their parents as dependents on to their health care plans. the proposal is aimed at expanding health
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reach adulthood by the age of 2. that means dogs can be considered 25 years old in human years by their second trip around the sun. this research was conducted by dogs trust humane society in the uk, they say dogs can be considered senior by the age of 7. your taste in music could help strangers researchers in israel conducted experiments to see if song choices could be linked to their curator even without prior knowledge of their musical tastes. they say just 3 songs from a playlist help participants identify one another, but they're not sure how. researchers say the findings present privacy concerns because streaming giants could potentially identify anonymous users through their listening habits. and if you understand any of that, you are way smarter than me. i'm ce. i'm lost. need twitter poll on that one. but disney is getting ready for a magical
return disneyland and california adventure set to reopen to the public tomorrow with enhanced safety measures after a yearlong pandemic-related closure capacity will be limited and visitors will be required to have a reservation before entering the parks. yes, we want to download the disneyland app for dining reservations and other features more than 45 rides and attractions will fully reopen, but others like the monorail and parades are going to return at a later date. but there we go. a sign progress in the pandemic. and let's get one last check of our forecast now with every summer, i just seen. yeah. finally some normalcy. you know, the pandemic is kind of coming near and then when disneyland opens right. >> let's take a look at our current forecast out there right now in downtown san francisco. we are seeing some clear blue skies. but that fog bank. >> took a while to retreat back along the coast. but it's going to return once again overnight but temperatures out there right now. quite the spread 5060, 70's and yes,
even 80's as you head out the door for your thursday afternoon. 30 degree difference from the coast to our inland valleys and overnight lows tonight. also going to stay on the mild side thinks that blanket of cloud cover may gray officially arriving a few days earlier with upper 40's and low 50's for most bay area cities. >> and daytime highs tomorrow. widespread 70's as opposed to 80's with 50's and 60's along the coast and he's a shoreline to scene. thank of recent. thank you for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 3. i'm just evolved, man on to enjoy doctor. phil starting at 4 and then i'll see you during kron. 4 news at 5.
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