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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at >> now at 9, a red flag warning is in effect for the east and north bay hills and also the santa cruz mountains all areas parts from drought. but this warning issued because of the potential for dry lightning. a couple of strikes is all it takes and there are so many possibilities. thank you so much for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 9 o'clock tonight. i'm justine waltman of jonathan mccall kron four's. gayle ong spent the day in the east bay showing us how crews there are getting ready. >> they area. firefighters are staffed up with strike teams dozers and air support preparing for the worst and hoping for the best. firefighters are keeping a close eye on the hills and mopntains. a red flag warning is in effect monsoonal moisture from arizona could create dry thunderstorms here in the bay area. the concern dry lightning sparking new
wildfires. we do have. >> of the few dozers that we can our disposal. you know, department we also have plenty of resources within our jurisdiction and the neighboring jurisdictions to assist each other with while in fires that. >> that could happen. alameda county battalion chief mark carter says preparations are in place since rolling hills of this lightning >> it still it's a familiar reminder from from at that we do need to wildfire seriously and just be prepared and do things such as you know, not have limited purview. so. barbecuing and open open fires for cooking and things of that nature in the city of berkeley. those living in the hills are urged to be prepared for an emergency and know your evacuation zone. >> the national weather service says the main threat for dry lightning is over. the diablo range for the east bay, the red flag warning expires
monday at 05:00pm. >> berkeley. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> right now. there are at least 11 named the fires burning across the golden state tonight. one of them, the dixie fire burning near paradise. evacuation orders remain in place tonight as it continues to spread in butte county. the fire has now grown to more than 15,000 acres and is set to be 15% contained. cal fire says its crews having a tough time trying to contain it because of the steep terrain in the area. >> and directly to the east of the dixie fire in the plumas national forest crews work to get the upper hand on the largest fire that's currently burning in california. the beckwourth complex fire has burned more than 105,000 acres. it is 73% contained mandatory evacuations remain in place for some people in lassen county. at least 33 homes. there have been destroyed. governor newsom declared a state of emergency this weekend to help local governments in siskiyou last and and lewis counties. more
evacuation orders in place tonight as crews tried to gain control on the growing tamarac fire that's burning near lake tahoe so far this fire that was sparked by lightning on july 4th has burned more than 18,000 acres. it is 0% contained tonight. the fire is threatening 200 homes in the tiny town of markley bill, which is right near the california-nevada border. 10 homes have already been destroyed. this large fire has also prompted some highway closures in the area. those fires, not just happening here in california. much of the west coast under fire from massive blazes. >> michael shoar shows us how crews are now battling the fire fight. >> and the fern goes on wildfires continuing to decimate parts of the west coast. we're now over 70 large fires. rage, the bootleg fire spreading in southern oregon. the tamarack fire north of lake tahoe, searing towns in california and nevada, the
dixie fire burning in an already fire beaten. part of the golden state. we need to coordinate a comprehensive response with all of federal working all them working close cooperation. >> support. you states no state may need help more than oregon. the bootleg fire blazing at nearly 3 million square acres 22% contained and that 460 square miles now the size of the city of los angeles and 40% the size of rhode island every day. the fire punches up a call on. >> which is, you know, concentrations of smoke and we get a pyrocumulus cloud, which is that there's so much energy coming out of fire that it's creating its own weather that weather causing red flag conditions strong. gusty winds low relative humidity and critically dry vegetation essentially a tinderbox. what makes this isn't a little different is that we're seeing that fired him here. >> every day. wildfires are not a partisan phenomena. they don't stop in the county.
there are state line. i just am very have to say careful about what this for the rest of the summer. a summer that isn't even a month old. michael shure. >> news nation. los angeles right now at kron 4 dot com. you can find more tips and information for fire season. >> just scan. the qr code on your screen. with your mobile device and you'll be directed there. >> let's talk now about our 4 zone forecast as we take a live look outside here at downtown san francisco much cooler along the coast because the fog that we see, they're creeping in pretty night out there though. i love the shot. you know, it is pretty nice to watch even with the following. >> we're still tracking that red flag warning in the fire threat. that does come with some of the conditions we're seeing right now reese's here tonight with a look at what's on the way for your monday. >> yeah. and we could see the potential for dry lightning monday morning through early monday afternoon, specifically for those of you in the east bay hills and even for the south bay, you have the biggest threat of possibly
seeing some dry lightning in those areas just because of the unstable atmosphere. we're tracking monsoonal moisture already making its way into the east bay valleys and for parts of the south bay as i speak. let's take a look at this imminent fire danger warning it is for elevations above 2000 feet north bay mountains, east bay, hills and diablo range but areas excluded include the immediate coastline of the bay area and the east bay shoreline and that is thanks to the marine layer giving us some much needed moisture. we can track that fog bank out there right now with our south of market camera in downtown san francisco in radar for tracking that monsoonal moisture into monterey county and central california as it inches closer towards the bay area. now the good news is so far no lightning has been detected tonight. but like i said with that daytime heating, we're going to notice the biggest threat of any dry lightning with the pop-up thunderscorms, too. for monday morning through early monday afternoon. and here's a clear
example of that by monday mid morning, we could see some light showers from those thunderstorms that may form over the east bay hills and diablo range. so just keep that in mind. we're not expecting a lot of rain with this monsoonal moisture even though it has the word moisture attached to is that dry lightning that is going to be the biggest concern and that's why we have a fire danger threat with these pop-up thunderstorms. i wish it could bring us some more much needed rain. but unfortunately not going to be the case through monday afternoon that red flag warning set to expire by 5 o'clock monday night and then we're going to notice drier outlook and calmer conditions later monday afternoon through monday evening. and then by tuesday, cooling down to seasonal temperatures. details ahead on your full microclimate monday outlook in just a few minutes. back to you. jonathan. just saying thank you so much debris. so. >> after a car plowed him over in richmond. a man is in the hospital right now. clinging
to life. the driver of the car sped off. the whole incident was caught on surveillance video forsman to harry has a look now at that video she spoke with the victim's family about his healing process. also their plea for the driver to come forward. and this is the story. people only see on kron 00:00am tonight. >> yes, it is just an i spoke to and sister, she says the whole family is heartbroken over this situation. they can barely believe it even happened. i have to warn you the video we have is a little bit graphics of people should be aware of that before continuing in watching. >> but as a family, very, it starts this situation when he should gardner says it's still hard to wrap her head around what happened to her brother. >> courtney even been very loving. >> loving person kind. joe
jones star of the family on the morning of july 13th his life changed for ever. he was hit by car. they kept going this is surveillance video from a nearby business of the moment fau was hit. >> it happened around 4.45 years. san pablo and sly know avenues enrichment. >> what appears to be an suv. just kept going bad you know. >> fled the scene in stanton faster and let him in the middle of the street to die. gardner says it was a good samaritan that called police about 14 minutes later. >> ballad has been lying in the middle of the intersection unconscious. >> he's now in intensive care unit. we have not been able to. >> communicate with him because he is unconscious. he needs assistance breathing. he has multiple broken ribs. a broken femur collapsed lungs and his kidneys aren't functioning properly. it's going to have to recover in the medical bills are rising
every garner is trying to raise money to cover the expenses. but the family wants most is to know who did this. we just want the person. that did this to my brother just come forward. if there was an accident. >> accidents do have been. >> his sister told me that she believes knowing who did this to her brother will help provide her family with some peace of mind live. amanda hari kron 4 news. >> did the family explain it all. what the healing process is for him. how long he'll be in the hospital. anything like that. >> right now. they know he's going to be in the hospital for a long time. one of the doctors big focus is is trying to save one of his legs that was badly injured during the accident, but he still so weak. his blood pressure is so low that they can only do so much surgery while he still healing. thank you so much,
amanda. >> meanwhile, it has been more than a week now since a berkeley dead was last seen after going for a run in the east bay today marking an 8th day in a row of searching for philip kreycik, the alameda county sheriff's office said in used nearly 200 personnel to recheck. areas. they had already searched before, including deep ravines and other steep terrain. searchers also combing through property next to the park. despite all of those efforts investigators saying they did not find any new leads. they're urging anyone who may have any information on phillips whereabouts to make sure that you give them a call. more attacks on members of the a p i community tonight. we talked one on one with business owners in oakland's chinatown. >> about the impact the violence is having on customers in the neighborhood. >> but first, as cases of the delta variant continue to grow lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are ramping up their efforts to get more people
>> a covid-19 cases here in the united states jumping 70% in just one week's time health leaders say the combinations of the delta variant and unvaccinated americans now fueling this latest wave, our washington, dc correspondent alexandra limon tells us why the fight against the pandemic is now a fight. >> over social media.
>> less than half of americans are fully vaccinated and louisiana has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the country. louisiana senator bill cassidy who is a physician vaccine hesitancy and democrats. we are going to be partisan. but over here you better trust us. that just doesn't work. senator cassidy encourage people to see medical professionals for accurate information and said he's trying to help share you choose either to be vaccinated. >> or to accept a higher rate of unnecessary death and the information that's found on social media platforms is the topic of contentious debate here in washington last week, president biden blamed social media platforms for allowing the spread of misinformation 2 thirds of the people. >> who. >> i have not gotten vaccinated say because they've got something off a social media. come on. >> senator amy klobuchar defendant president biden's comments. i really appreciate a president biden. >> calling this out and for
months now i've been taking on the dirty dozen 12 people responsible for something like 60% of this misinformation the administration says social media companies must do more. facebook is pushing back saying it is promoting accurate information from sources like the cdc. >> facebook says the administration is looking for a scapegoat in washington. alexandra limon. >> elderly people suffered from anxiety and depression the most during the first covid lockdown. this is according to new research teams in the uk 14% of people over 80 years old felt depressed during the pandemic compared to before it a study of 380,000 people found those in the 60 to 80 age range worried about isolation from family and friends and also about being at most risk of covid. but it's not all bad. the study also found that some participants did well during the pandemic due to more time
spent and a greater sense of community. stay up to date on all the latest covid-19 information just use your smart phone and scanned the qr code on your screen right now. we'll take you directly to our coronavirus section on kron 4 dot com and there you can find out the current mask guidelines that are in place for me. they did change their recommendations in 7 of 9 bay area counties to wear masks indoors to spite your vaccination status and also you can get some information on how to get vaccinated as well. all important tips as we move into a new workweek. a live look outside tonight at the golden gate bridge. if you can. >> make it out, we've see the cars in the hot and the headlines they're driving on and but the bridge itself. obscured in summer in there somewhere tourist walking across that today. they could see any part of the city at all. they bought those san francisco sweat in the thin fisherman's wharf because it got chilly out there. >> kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here now with a look at all. so the fire weather we're watching for the rest of the week.
yeah. in fact, visibility right now at 0 for downtown san francisco, specifically golden gate bridge, please drive safely for your sunday night. and we're tracking fire danger for highest peaks. >> in effect right now through monday night. so that critical hours will be monday morning after the sun rises and early afternoon because of daytime heating. we're going to see a very unstable atmosphere. thanks to that monsoonal moisture from arizona, new mexico making its way into the bay area areas. most susceptible to possible dry lightning. we'll be or east bay hills, diablo range and even for those of you in the south bay as well. but all of our highest peaks elevations above 2000 feet. see little to no fog bank. so that is why they're extremely dry. thank that marine layer for keeping the coast and east bay shoreline out of that fire danger threat. let's take a look at temperatures today. quite the spread. in fact, we saw in near 40 degree difference downtown san
francisco mid 60's with livermore and conquered with triple digit heat easily 10 degrees above average for east bay valleys, seasonal weather for those of you in oakland. but live look outside. one of my favorite beauty camera shots of downtown san francisco. you can see the city lights out in the distance. some of that marine layer out there right now. creeping into downtown san francisco and we're tracking the radar for monsoonal moisture making its way into the east bay valleys and already making its presence known in monterey county. but fortunately no lightning has been detected, but like i said, our biggest threat will be monday morning after sunrise through early monday afternoon because of that potential for daytime heating very unstable atmosphere as a result of that temperatures out there right now. 50's, 60's, 70's and yes, even 80's as you head out the door for your sunday night low 80's apiece for concord in livermore. you were near triple digits today and we're
tracking cooler temperatures along the coast with pacific and downtown san francisco only in the mid-fifties san jose 68 degrees even oakland and berkeley cooling down into the upper 50's. san anselmo 67 degrees fairly pleasant there. but petaluma 10 degrees cooler at 57 degrees overnight lows tonight widespread low to mid 50's. even some upper 50's and low 60's as you make your way into the east bay and south bay valleys. high temperatures tomorrow going to stay on the warm side. mainly for east bay valleys conquered livermore in antioch in the low 90's. so you're going to be about 10 degrees cooler than where you were today. san jose 81 degrees. not bad there with oakland in hayward in the low to mid 70's in downtown san francisco at 65 degrees with seasonal weather drier calmer conditions by tuesday below average temperatures wednesday. so wednesday is going to be the coolest day 5 degrees below average. but overall, looking at a very seasonal pattern after monday. so that's the good news is we
have about 24 hours left of the severe weather in the bay area's. i think we can handle it. let's be safe out there off to be tracking it. they through things. meanwhile, if you are headed outdoors, experts are warning. >> hikers to be careful when using your smartphone maps. they say they've seen an uptick in injuries on trails having folks who need to be rescued and folks who have gotten lost all because they say that their phone's gps led them to remote areas. officials say. phone screens are often too small for folks to see important details. also, another common problem. you cell phone service on trails. sometimes smartphone apps are seen to lead hikers on more dangerous trails than expected. some officials actually recommend that you go the old fashion way before smartphones and use a paper map and a compass. a new study finds that negativity is infectious, especially on twitter. researchers from harvard business school and
depaul university say the negative tweet spread further than positive ones. researchers studied more than a 140,000 tweets from 44 news agencies last year. news outlets tended to tweet more negative things than positive in those tweet actually got more engagement. study did not point to a certain reason why negative messages spread faster than positive ones. positive stuff on kron 4 dot com and kron 4 twitter page. >> including a picture of us. a good thing that you make. >> still ahead here tonight. 41 people have thrown their hat into the ring to take on governor newsome is upcoming recall election. so we'll get a breakdown of the candidat
>> you don't have a green thumb here on earth. maybe you should head out a space for the first time ever, nasa astronauts are growing. chili peppers aboard international space station from seeds until they're right. it's part of nasa's food crop production experiments. the peppers will grow for about 4 months and some for growth chamber. the size of a kitchen oven containing dozens of sensors that allow the cruise back on earth to control it. one of the experiments leaders say that chili peppers actually have qualities improve the well-being of the astronauts on board. can you just say peppers again, i'm like, not chilly. she i just like the texas part of me coming up. yeah, i like it. this is a
really cool light show going on in the northeast this weekend. parts of new jersey and new york are getting severe thunderstorms, creating. >> a natural light show that's been seen by millions. this video comes to us from woodbridge, new jersey. we're worried about lightning here in the bay area. but that though, different. different story and speaking of whether the world meteorologist organization says climate action needs to be stepped up in the wake of the devastating flooding in germany and belgium. officials say europe was prepared on the whole, but it was still difficult to cope with the extreme event. many climate scientists have said the link to global warming is unmistakable and the weather conditions come as the european union prepares drastic plans costing billions of euros to contain climate change. >> and tracking high fire danger concerns, not just for parts of the bay area, but for most of this year as well. details ahead on the thunde
>> welcome back, everyone. businesses in oakland's chinatown neighborhood say they are looking to rebound after 2 violent attacks that happened just days ago. surveillance video captured the 2 at1acks that happened on thursday and friday know we've shared them. >> with you right here on kron 4. and today kron four's taylor sackey spoke to store owners and shoppers in oakland's chinatown about the impact this recent violence is having on businesses. already many store owners here in
oakland chinatown are taking precautions in closing down before dawn. a lot of them have also installed surveillance cameras with the continued violent attacks during broad daylight. >> many of them are at their wits end on how to fight this problem. a quiet day in oakland's chinatown neighborhood on sunday. >> people with kevin tong says it's been this way all weekend, especially after word traveled about the recent attacks. i don't. don't really like it. >> and. >> because lawyer is. felt like this is too has a lot of customers because death and afraid to come video shows the most recent attack that happened friday afternoon. >> 3 suspects, assaulted and robbed 2 women in broad daylight in just the day before in the same area. another violent robbery happened. 2 suspects are seen robbing an elderly man on the ground. and when another man tried to help. he was pistol-whipped disappointed like a the flame. >> bed. it's unwarranted the
elderly they're being picked office like easy targets, whenever walking around chinatown. alice ching says she is on high alert, always be conscious of my surroundings and. >> i try to walk with people. while many store owners have increased their surveillance last few minutes we saw the camera because want that. >> people come to my stole something bad things. i myself and many of us feel very angry about situation. because, you know, we thought, you know, things are getting much, much better while we have to coming in and also having to police presence, i guess in a once a budget issue came out and i guess one steve budget 5 june 30th. we realize in they were some cuts already know walking patrols. so we're saying despite of crime happening. in chinatown. karl chan is the president of oakland chinatown chamber of commerce.
>> he says they lost foot patrols earlier this month and many stores are now concerned about the future of this area so, you know, may have a small businesses in chinatown and they have decided to close so even, you know, because doing a pandemic. they're a close early, but now they don't even close, even early at them before. so what it means the men said you know, they will be much, much off the fish up the pieces and especially you know, a hesitance to come to try to hand over the last year. many community groups have formed in oakland's chinatown to protect this neighborhood. one group known as protect oakland chinatown has recently raised more than $27,000 to install more surveillance cameras in the neighborhood. >> in oakland's taylor kron 4 news. >> we'll stay in the east bay and walnut creek. police are investigating an early morning homicide. this shooting took place an s o s drive near north main street outside of the spoon tonic nightclub just after one 30 this morning when officers arrived, they found 4 gunshot victims and one person
died at the scene. the other 3 were transported to a local hospital. a witness at the bar says they didn't know what was happening outside until it was already over. >> what are going want the club know what's happening. this is a few people were yelling outside like like what happened. the cuts are coming out late running around this. the parking on likes asking people. >> that you see where the who was the shooter. any will see anything. >> but then the little south. every every happened that do was shot on the ground. the police started coming over asking this. anyone saw anything. >> no information about a motive or suspects has been released by walnut creek police. we will keep you updated. and oakland police are investigating an early morning shooting as well. this one happened at 1230 this morning on the 300 block of 14th street near harrison and this is video from the scene from the citizens app when
officers arrived, they found a 13 year-old boy and a woman both suffering from gunshot wounds. officials believe that they were struck by stray bullets. no other details have been released by oakland police. we will also keep you updated here. another story we're following right now from san francisco. police looking for driver who they say backed into an sfpd officers patrol car. >> injuring that officer during a traffic stop. the first told you about this tonight here on kron. 4 news at 6 officers say they pulled the driver over for traffic violations near missouri and turner terrorists in the patrol hill neighborhood. that's when police say the driver of that car put it into reverse hitting the officer's patrol car. we're told the officer did suffer some minor injuries. we are staying in contact with sfpd to learn more details about this incident. we'll bring you updates as soon as we get them. a wild scene last night at knott's berry farm in southern california. take a look at this and somehow scaling a 325 foot tall ride
in refused to come down park management did not close the park, but we are told they did turn off some of the rides and even evacuated. some guest visitors at the park though, describing the crazy scene. look good. nice. guy with the shirt off and he says, oh, they're dancing is the the nature of this call. the person being up there. >> not that being a typical decision. a person would make. makes us want to do a full thorough evaluation. >> so there's no word on how he was able to gain access in order to get all the way up there, but he did come down after 90 minutes, authorities took him into custody and took him to get a mental health evaluation. >> it's weather time now as we take a live look outside another foggy shot here in san francisco. there's the transamerica pyramid and downtown fog is going to stick around for a little bit. i mean, it is july in san francisco in the summer. it kind of goes hand in hand, but it will be hot. other places
across meteorologist marisa rodriguez here tonight with a look at what is on the way as we start our new work week. yeah. let's take a look at your sierra forecast and bay area outlook because we're tracking fire danger. >> pretty much widespread for our highest peaks in the bay area elevations above 2000 feet impacting our local hills and mountains due to that monsoonal moisture pop-up thunderstorms, not going to bring us much needed rain and said that threat of dry lightning that could spark and ignite wildfires the same. for those of you in the sierra as well. we're tracking high fire danger in effect right now through 11 o'clock monday morning. that's when you're expected to have the biggest threat, but for us in the bay area that red flag warning going to remain in effect through 05:00pm monday. taking a live look outside at sfo seeing that fog bank out there and stormtracker 4, 6 no moisture to our south and east and it's going to become more widespread during the
overnight hours already tracking that monsoonal flow. for those of you in this scattered light showers. but it's going to get pretty severe and intense at times, especially after the daytime heating early monday morning and monday afternoon. we are going to see that threat of those pop up thunderstorms. but fortunately after 11 o'clock monday morning going to have more rain associated with that cooler temperatures for your monday mid 80's for truckee, upper 70's for south lake tahoe with that threat of thunderstorms continuing all week long, tuesday and wednesday of this upcoming week. back to you, jonathan and justine. >> a recent thank you. in just 2 days, the oldest and youngest person. people ever to fly into space will join billionaire. jeff bezos on a private space missions. >> the trip will mark the first ever krewe flight. a blue origin. sub orbital rocket. it's called new. shepard and markie. martin has more on this historic flight.
>> come tuesday, july 20th is space to change changes your relationship with this planet, with humanity it's one will take flight inside his blue origin rocket out of van horn, texas. the amazon founder slowly revealing who he will be taking along with him, starting with his brother. mark, i was just. >> well strong year is we're willing if you want and then female pilot wally funk. >> at 82. she'll be the oldest person to travel to space flight up in space. the world was later alerted when the last empty seat was bought anonymously at auctions 28 million dollars. what a day. but according to blue origin that wealthy winner is choosing a future flight instead citing scheduling conflicts and as of today taking their place is 18
year-old oliver daemen little is known about the dutch teen. >> other than his father was the auctions runner-up winner and chose to fly his son instead, space news journalists just faust telling news nation he thinks the teens participation will be inspiring. i don't think the matter of experience because the whole goal of efforts like up blue origin and virgin galactic is to provide experienced a whole different set of audiences different people who would >> otherwise qualified to be professional astronauts. you get a taste of spaceflight. so have a young person and have no personal same flight. you know, i i think we're we're seeing a pretty broad base of people who are flying. we haven't yet heard from all over. but if he's anything like wally the excitement is hard to contain. >> i get all the way. >> i'm excited for her. yes. definitely excited for markie. martin reporting for us tonight. now all over if you're curious, graduated high school last year decided to
take a gap year in order to get his private pilot's license. he'll attend college in the netherlands in the fall and study physics and innovation management. tomorrow. san francisco city leaders are set to unveil a new plan that is aimed at protecting locals and tourists as more folks return to the city after the pandemic. the plan calls for adding more community policing and deployment of officers at a number of popular sites. the move comes as san francisco has seen a huge jump in the number of car break-ins around to several popular spots in the city in the past year, san francisco mayor london breed and police chief bill scott will be on hand for the event. >> 41 challengers will take on governor gavin newsom and his upcoming recall election the september, the secretary of state's office released the complete list late last night and it does include 21 republicans, 8 democrats. one libertarian 9 independents and 2 members of the green party.
the list does remain a little bit unsettled, though conservative conservative talk radio host larry elder says he should be on the list and former san diego mayor kevin faulconer is in dispute over whether he can be listed as the city's retired mayor, there's a youtube creator who says he's going to sue to get his nickname included on the ballot. well, this week could be the final at bat for the city of oakland and the a's and its attempt to keep the a's from leaving the east bay on tuesday morning. the city council consider a vote on the a's proposed 12 billion dollar. howard terminal ballpark the a's have made it clear that in order to stay. they need the deal or they will be prepared to leave friday. the city released a term sheet between the 2 sites. but say they are still very far apart city staff has recommended that the council at least endorse attended the development agreement. well, the 2 sides continue to negotiate their respective
financial obligations. but the city council cannot approve that agreement unless the a's get on board right here on kron 4. we'll have complete coverage and reaction to this. coming up on tuesday. everyone is going to paying attention to that. >> something else to pay attention to. a former cal student winning the golf major across the pond. kate rooney has the details. plus highlights fr the sleep number 360 smart bed is on sale now. it's the most comfortable, body-sensing, automatically-responding, energy-building, dually-adjustable, dad-powering, wellness-boosting, foot-warming, temperature-balancing, recovery-assisting, effortlessly life-changing... proven quality night sleep we've ever made. save up to $1,000 on select sleep number 360 smart beds and adjustable bases. plus, 0% interest for 36 months. ends monday.
forecast tonight. a live look at coit tower all lit up in its glory this sunday night. >> kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here in her full glory just seen guys on the we do and we can. you know, i think it's the millionaires be that. yeah. joe root little, just teens mind. yeah. she's never had that before. but. >> yeah, huge fan. it never is. you at 3 pieces. i only had one who's counting though. all right. let's take a look at your fire danger because we are tracking monsoonal moisture out there in the bay area and it's going to increase during the overnight hours, bringing us that threat of dry lightning that could spark and spread wildfires mainly for elevations above 2000 feet north bay mountains, east bay, hills, diablo range all included in that imminent fire danger threat but not along the coast and east bay shoreline. and you can think
mother nature's ac and fog bank fog carla out there in full force and your microclimate monday outlook. we're going to notice a very unstable atmosphere. bringing us muggy conditions once again for your monday afternoon and it's going to feel warmer. but tracking seasonal temperatures, mid 60's for marina district and downtown san francisco low 60's. for those of you at half moon bay wind speeds along the san francisco peninsula going to increase about 30 miles per hour or less. so it is going to be a bit breezier tomorrow. millbrae and burlingame in the low 70's with low 70's san mateo and san carlos mountain view flirting with 80's but 79 degrees and widespread 80's. for those of you in the south bay santa clear in milpitas in the mid 80's and we are expecting to see if any dry lightning does form best chances will be over the south bay hills and mountains and also those of you in the east bay hills and diablo range livermore cooling down into the low 90's mid 70's for hayward with richmond and
berkeley in the mid 70's as well. but back of flirting with that triple digit heat. but check out mill valley in the low 80's with drier seasonal weather by tuesday and also wednesday 5 degrees below average from coastal valleys a minute. pitch it to kate rooney for sport. a >> and now kron 4 sports. >> could make a diving catch, but i'm going settle for that. all right. 3 games into the 2nd half of the baseball season and the giants still have the best record in baseball. but the dodgers right there behind them. so today san francisco was trying to avoid losing a series to the st. louis cardinals for the second time in 2 weeks. the gateway arch in louis iconic landmark players gets too much of scoreless game in the 3rd. paul dejong turns around a hanging breaking pitch from johnny cueto. it's gone. >> for a solo home run that made it one nothing cardinals. pretty early on. we've got to
the top of the 4th darin ruf stern to crush a hanging curve and we have ourselves a tie game that was rough 10th home run of the season. bottom of the 7 harrison bader checks. his swing, the ball goes down. the first baseline kicks off the glove of a motley junior. he flips it to the pitcher that it's too late. infield, single the eventual winning run. it's a tough way to lose the cards to win 2 to one. they take 2 of 3 games from the giants. but san francisco does remain a game up on the dodgers who lost on a walk-off in colorado. that's what we want to see. meanwhile, the a's were hosting the cleveland indians, lots of fans in attendance. we go to the bottom of the 5th to one tribe, seth brown drives one deep to center for a solo home run a's tie at 2 to 2. some happy fans in the stands there. but in the 7th daniel johnson. hits one deep to center. that's gone. that made
it 3 to 2 cleveland. chris didn't pitch. well, he only gave up 3 runs and struck out. >> 8 over 7 innings. but wasn't good enough today indians win 42 they take 2 of 3 games from the a's open remains 3 and a half games behind the astros. >> and now to go for coulomb and world. number 3, ranked golfer collin morikawa is now a 2 time major champion. this is incredible. he took the british open championship today. was shot a 4 under 66 to hold off jordan speith by 2 strokes. he won pga championship in san francisco on his first major tournament in 2020. now he's taking the claret jugs. the british open winner in his first time playing that event. he's the first golfer ever to win 2 different majors. in his first attempt morikawa is only 24 years old. >> but 24 it's so hard to look back at the short 2 years i've been a pro and see what done because i want more. you know,
it's it's so early on and i enjoy these moments and i love it. and i think i need to teach myself to embrace it a little more, maybe spend a few extra days. sitting back and thinking out of this. but yeah, i need to your yeah. i just one more. >> 24 he wants more far from satisfied. and you know, we can claim some very upright with him. yes. and you talk to his coach a couple times. jason dumas, director has. so we've got this in the column aligned he gets kron four's going to have the inside track. we're still waiting for him to slide into jason's diem. apparently going to have. any day now. yeah. >> maybe before 1030 this sports night live will see. that's right. the beak. >> we'll be right
>> take a look at this handlers from the smithsonian zoo in washington, dc posted this panda cam to their instagram. that is. >> baby boy cub. she all she g. climbing over his mom may shop doesn't seem to be too bothered as she tries to eat some >> that's just what kids do climb all over them. first thing in the morning. they just yeah. 06:00am. in there. me too. your back like a jungle. gym. yeah. meanwhile,
49 is former forty-niners quarterback colin kaepernick is teamed up with scholastic for book deal. kaepernick's first book will be called. i color my different. it will be published in april of next year. the book will be based on one of kaepernick's earliest experiences growing up as a child. >> but adopted by a white family. he took to twitter saying that he hopes the book will inspire readers to walk through the world with confidence. >> a california college baseball player gave his father a surprise that will last a lifetime. it was caught on video. robert anthony cruz, a junior at biola university and la mirada surprised his father worked by telling him he had just signed to play baseball for the washington nationals. love this hug so much cruz posted the video on tiktok showing his father's emotional reaction. cruz was recently passed over in the mlb draft and then late last week he received the surprise call from the team who offered
him a free agent contracts. we went to work to tell his dad tears flowing. obviously the video has been viewed more than 16 million times. a california kitty is clawing his way into people's hearts and on to surfboards. this is a little maverick. he swims paddle boards, even loves to hike. the grand canyon. you may recognize this famous feline from his viral instagram posts or his recent feature on netflix's kept people. abs owners are trying to smash the perception that caps have to stay at home. put him on a leash and you can take them anywhere. that's right. so normal. they're trying to make normalized tax on certain think that normal. but ago map. you know, it's got anything for the gram. >> but how the weather, how does the weather look for a cat's want to go. this
tattered a saturday looking grey or right guys. >> that sponsored a cat surfing forecast. you know, i like cats. cats get a bad rap and cat mulls. >> cats and i don't think you have to choose but watch out for the isolated thunderstorm threat in the highest peaks by tuesday, though we are tracking, though, near average temperatures and then cooling down as that trend continues on wednesday. but then rebounding back to normal and no more threats of isolated thunderstorms or triple digit heat in our forecast. so after monday, we're in the clear cats are great. they're the best. they're one here. i keep hearing a cat. >> i do. in other words, that kron 4 news at 10 is next.
emergency planning for kids. we can't predict when an emergency will happen. so that's why it's important to make a plan with your parents. here are a few tips to stay safe. know how to get in touch with your family. write down phone numbers for your parents, siblings and neighbors. pick a place to meet your family if you are not together and can't go home. remind your parents to pack an emergency supply kit. making a plan might feel like homework, but it will help you and your family stay safe during an emergency.
>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news. very devastated. >> of the situation that happened in didn't know the whole. the whole story of what happened. >> now at 10 o'clock. we are following a story that you'll see only here on kron. 4 news. we are talking with the family of an east bay man who was hit by a car and then left laying in the middle of a street tonight that they are hoping that the driver will turn themselves in as they seek