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their thanksgiving plans after the state delays. the start of the commercial dungeness crab season and it is election day here in the bay area. all eyes really on the gubernatorial race happening on the other side of the country will explain. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> and thanks for tuning in on a tuesday. i'm darya folsom. and i'm james fletcher. we want to get things started off this morning with a check of weather traffic. before we get all those headlines because it is a little damp out there and we had a decent amount of rain for a lot of people yesterday yeah. a lot more than i thought. and, you know, since the big rains. it's nothing will use to save a ton crane. yes, like it was just going now, john, if it wasn't for that big rain would've been like that was a good rate. yeah. but in comparison it was all we are looking g. so just we've been spoiled lose that we had 2 weeks ago. we are
looking at conditions today. that will be a lot less definitely drier. in fact, it's just damp out there this morning because of yesterday's rain. so as you are venturing out on the roadways. don't expected to be necessarily an. >> the driest of conditions. we saw showers remaining last night for many areas. and thus we still do have some wet spots out there just looking nice over berkeley hills camera right here a little bit low cloud cover aside from that. nothing to interrupt your morning commute. you are looking at a drive you on radar just confirming that conditions out there have cleared out really nicely 50's for most of our current temperatures conquered. you're one of warmer spots at 61. a little cooler across the north bay jackets on this morning towards the afternoon with the sunshine and the slight warm-up. it's going to be feeling really nice tom, thanks for that. so we do have a hot spot. we've been talking about this all morning. >> and any westbound highway 4 to that northbound one 60 connector ramp. it's close to have an overturned tractor trailer and us feel here. so they're trying to get all that
cleared up vasco road all the way down to 5.80. would be a good alternate to try to get around that heading into the city from the east bay. a little under 18 minutes for your drive time. they're not seen any accidents along 5.18, 80's a traveling to every berkeley. so that's good. as you're traveling there, roadways are still very slick and conditions. so definitely want to slow down as you're traveling a little under 15 minutes heading across towards the peninsula and in the south bay along one o one traveling towards menlo park a little under 34 minutes. no issues along 82 or 2.37. darya. james, back to you. thanks to 7. oh, 02:00am. >> and this morning. right now the cdc there's a panel meeting so that they can talk about how and whether and if to give the pfizer vaccine to kids kids. you have between 5.11 years old and their decision could impact a whole lot of them 4. sarah stinson live in the newsroom following all of us. good morning, sarah. >> good morning. the cdc advisory committee is starting to gather right now in atlanta. this is the last regulatory hurdle for pfizer's vaccine for kids. the fda pave
the way last week approving the pfizer vaccine for kids. as you said, ages 5 to 11 years old. and today the cdc is expected to give clearance as well. the kid sized doses are just a 3rd of the amount given to teens and adults. if the vaccine gets approved today. 28 million american children just as it is to lead 5 to 11 could be eligible for vaccinations this week. health officials say children are at low risk of severe illness or death from covid-19 than older people. but they're still risk. and that's why the vaccine is being considered for kids so far. kids in age group. there's been 8300 hospitalizations and 104 46 deaths reported the government has also counted 2000 coronavirus related school closures. a few countries have already started using other covid-19 vaccines, including china which just started vaccinating 3 year-olds. well,
european regulators are still considering pfizer's vaccine for kids just like we are after the cdc's expected approval today. pfizer says they're ready to go big it. they're ready to start shipping millions of vials of pediatric vaccines and orange caps to avoid mix-ups with the purple caps that's used for everybody >> over the next couple of days. several million doses will start arriving at local pediatricians and family. doctors offices pharmacies children's hospitals, community health centers, rural health clinics and other locations. more doses will be packed and shipped and delivered each and every day over the next week or so. and more and more sites will come online as we ramp up. >> and that was the white house covid response team now once the cdc ruling goes into effect in doses are shipped eligible kids will get 2 shots. 3 weeks apart now around 8.15 this morning. our time. the discussion about the
pfizer vaccine for kids will actually begin the vote will happen around one 15 this afternoon. our time. i'm tracking the latest from the meeting and i'll bring it to you from the newsroom. and we're hoping to give you a live look in live look into what's going on at the meeting. so just stay tuned for that for in one hour from now. we'll go back very good will come back and check in with you then. thank you, sarah. and if you hate needles, stay tune for this to get stiff. your covid shot. >> stanford university is working on developing a but covid vaccine in the form of a nasal sprays. this is how it works. long hoped the tough down into the lungs. >> it's already prawn to many pathogens. so many risks for trayvon us is that we reasonable time. this would be a much more efficient way of generating spike protein. the whole point of rocks nation is for austin introducing the artificial spike protein so that we become induce an immune rapid reaction to that.
>> scientists say not only with a nasal spray be a sufficient and even more efficient in some cases than the vaccine because it had no more needles. they also think of the great for showing on the mice and how they do the stuff to do in clinical trials and the good could begin testing in 6 or 12 months alright. so we'll look to see what kind of updates we have their meanwhile, it is election day. don't forget for some parts of the bay area. >> and that list you see on the rights. that's a look at the counties that will be holding elections today, not huge elections, but they'll be voting on city council seats in school district seats. other areas will be voting on various local tax measures as well. all polling locations are now open. they opened at 7 this morning nationally, though all eyes are on virginia and the gubernatorial race there. many experts say it could be a foreshadow of what's to come next year during the midterm elections. democrat terry mcauliffe is running against republican glenn youngkin who has been endorsed by former president donald trump. meanwhile, has
been campaigning with president biden and vice president kamala harris. most polls have this as a very close race will be interesting to see how the results come back. meanwhile, back here in the bay area a safeway in san francisco's castro district is cutting its hours because of shoplifting. the location on market street and church is now closing at 9 o'clock every night. and the stores also going to be getting rid of it. self-checkout lanes safely spokesperson says these changes are necessary in order to maintain a safe and welcoming shopping experience for customers but also working experience for their employees. now, san francisco supervisor rafael edelman says that he is calling on police and the district attorney to do more to stop these thefts. >> happening tonight, the walnut creek city council considers banning the sale of flavored tobacco and e-cigarettes. if they pass it businesses would have 5 months before the law is enforced. earlier this year. contra costa county restricted the sale of flavored tobacco in the unincorporated parts of
the county. so many kids are vaping and willow glen high that they've had to close some of the restrooms to try to stop them from vaping in the bathrooms and now there are fewer bathrooms to choose from on campus. and so some of the kids are complaining. this is not the best way to address the problem. >> one time i was almost late one of my classes because i ended up spending. the whole passing period. it's 7 minutes, which should be enough time to go to the bathroom and then go to class. >> it's not ok that the kids have to use time that they should be learning and being educated. to stand in line for a bathroom. >> in a letter to parents. the school says it does plan to reopen some of the restrooms on monday and they say they are working on other solutions to stop students from vaping. >> speaking of schools today, the san francisco unified school district is going to be
unveiling its plan to try to avoid being taken over by the school district during a special meeting today. they're going to roll out some of their well, some of the mitigation techniques to try and prevent a takeover by the state. they have a projected 125 million dollar budget shortfall. and that's why the state has told them unless you get that fixed. we're going to take over a couple of the things that they're thinking about doing maybe cutting a number of student programs and services. they're also thinking about potentially changing its student funding formula. so we'll see what they come up with. meanwhile, happening today. engineers who work for kaiser permanente in walnut creek are going to be protesting. it's going to start at about 1130 this morning out of kaiser medical center. the workers say that their benefits and wages are being cut and they want the company to renegotiate with them. the union representing the engineers say that the employees are responsible for maintaining all of the mechanical systems in the building and that includes the medical equipment used by patients. >> 7. '09. and still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news.
if you don't have insurance maybe you're covered. covered. california has started open enrollment. we'll tell you everything you need to know to sign up. plus, with all the rain is wildfire season over yes. in one bay area city, at least. and also we're going to tell you what president biden is doing to try to combat climate change and still looking at some wet spots on the tarmac out there as a poet sure sign that some of those roadways are definitely still wet. >> after yesterday's rain falls a little bit slower, but commute at least plan on that looking outside later today. 60's and 70's for your highs with some increased sunshine. a good one to be getting back out there. i've got your forecast. >> and keeping a close eye on your drive times right now. traveling across our bridges. still a little wet out we'll have a look at that once we get back from break.
>> 7.13 right now. and we've got more rain yesterday on top of this. yeah, they're still trying to dry on centerville. yeah. and it gets tough when you get these. >> showers that come through every now and then. this is video sandra fell where as you can see, they had everything from cars that were submerged to homes that were submerged and businesses to. yeah. let's can take a while to clean. here's one business owner talking about that. >> it's taken me a to a clean up remediation company is helping me is point. he says he can't second more water out when he first came in and didi the remediation. he took a 50 gallons of water. and this is
a concrete slab with a very thin carpet on top of it. so there was a lot of water that he got out. >> i know that's no old is no fun. >> now. it's not. it's the gift that keeps on giving. because the reigning stop and we had a good amount yesterday. we've got more in the forecast. we'll get to that in a second. the good news is from the rain. >> fire season is pretty much over yeah. you called it back when we have had big said, well, that that's got to mean the end of fire it right. they didn't go my mind and we had to wait for the official where they actually had to go out, make sure things work still there and sure enough, santa rosa fire department says yeah, wildfire season is over in their eyes. so that's good news. but obviously they want everybody to stay vigilant. it's it's a double edged sword because when we get big rain like this that reason to fire season. if we keep getting big rain like this, then the story becomes. >> all the vegetation. that's grown from all this water now fuel for the next fire season. we start worrying. >> can later. can we just be.
yeah, we'll give ourselves break because i think it's a pretty nice day. it is. john. >> today's the day after the rains will have the perfectly good air quality will have the sunshine to enjoy. and it's just going to be a really appreciated one because after the rainfall things just feel a little bit nicer out there. i know the hillsides around my house are already looking really, really green. just get your spirits up out of the coastline right now. not so green. just a little bit on the gray side. we've had some misty conditions in half moon bay this morning visibility, all in all has been okay, but we are looking at a lot of low cloud cover this morning. so a grey start to what will eventually become a pretty sunny later afternoon around the corner. as for the big picture here, really all that rainfall we saw yesterday has exited the region. this is going to set us up for a nice and dry day today. some misty spots this morning increase sunshine into the later afternoon and tonight a dry night tomorrow morning's commute to work is going to be really easy. in fact, tomorrow itself is going to be a really
nice one as our next rain fall won't arrive until well after sunset tomorrow night really for the most part after the stroke of midnight into thursday morning. predawn showers moving through the bay area to start your thursday will set us up for some wet roadways and a messy commute thursday morning. most of that rainfall will have cleared through by the afternoon and the rest of the day. thursday will drive back out. as for today they'll be 60's and 70's across the bay area 60's closer to the coastline and a good share of 70's mixed in with those upper 60's elsewhere. now it's not only going to be a bit warmer than yesterday. but it's also going to be a bit sunnier and that along with our dry conditions. just means a better opportunity to step outside and enjoy what will be a beautiful tuesday afternoon around the corner. if the dog didn't want to go outside at all yesterday because of the rain today will be a good excuse to take them on a bit of a longer walk. tomorrow's temperatures will be our warmest of the forecast before showers do arrive, as i mentioned well, after the sun sets wednesday night thursday
morning. a rough commute to work but drying out through the day on thursday, friday and saturday looking like nice and dry days a chance of some light rainfall on sunday. but what i'd be more concerned about sunday's making sure those clocks are adjusted as will be falling back an hour reyna town thing so that what we've been focused on that hot spot along an antioch at highway 4. we'll get to that in a moment. >> let's look at the bay bridge to traffic is picking up here. we know we have high winds here. in addition to that, you've got slick road conditions. so we're starting to see some slowing along the overpass. 5, 1880 still moving along pretty sluggishly at this hour. this is where that hot spot is. it's an antioch. we have an overturned tractor trailer and a spill so that westbound for northbound one, 60 connector. they've close that ramp there. so vasco road to 5.80 could be a good alternate if you're trying to travel there, the richmond center fell bridge a little under 17 minutes as you travel out of richmond. this is what i was talking about as you're heading from crockett down towards the maze. a full 31 minutes for you to make that
drive time and 6.80 southbound, 6.80, traveling from doubling down to fremont to 62 a little under 17 minutes started. james, back to you. >> all right. 7.17 is the time and for your money this morning, facebook may have a new metal watch in the works and a cdc panel is expected to issue a recommendation on children's covid vaccines today. we've got jane king live at the nasdaq following these stories and more. good morning, jane. >> it has. good morning to james. that's right. so us mortgage rates jumped again, they are still historically very low. freddie mac says there are 3.1 4%. that's for 30 year fixed mortgage. that's for the week that ended october 28th now 4 months ago, mortgage rates were 2.6 5%. that was the lowest. so they started tracking this in 1971 photos leaked online appear to show a smart watch that. facebook now of course, known as metta is developing potentially to rival the apple potentially to rival the apple watch the image features a
to spokesperson did not comment about that. supposedly toto and apple has lost its crown as the world's most valuable public company to microsoft apple took a 6 billion dollar hit to sales during the fiscal 4th quarter due to the supply chain issues. so the stock's been under pressure. microsoft's stock, though, has surged 45% this year with pandemic. induced demand for its cloud based computing services and the u.s. oil rig count is headed higher as oil prices rise. baker hughes says there were 2 more additional oil rigs that were put up last week. that's an indication of more gas production is we do see prices go up live from the nasdaq market site. i'm jane king. james. all right, thank you very much, jane. >> time now 7.19 at the un climate summit in scotland. president biden says the u.s. is going to lead by example. but his climate and infrastructure bill is stalled in dc alexandra le mon has more. >> good morning. president joe
biden did pledge to lead by example. but in order to accomplish his climate goals. the president needs his build back better plan to be passed and it's currently stuck in congress. >> at the un climate summit monday, president joe biden told fellow world leaders. there's no time to waste. will we see the enormous opportunity for us. >> or you are really can damage future generations to suffer climate change is making droughts wildfires and severe storms worse and scientists warn that without swifter action. the damage to the planet and to humanity. >> could be irreversible. president biden vowed to slash us emissions in half below 2005 levels by 2030. and he said the u.s. will seek to become a net 0 emissions economy no later than 2050. >> we're standing at an inflection point in world history. we have the ability to invest in ourselves and build equitable clean energy
future. but the president's vehicle for accomplishing those goals is his build back better plan. >> which would dedicate 550 billion dollars to fight climate change and that plan hangs in limbo. so far president biden has struggled to lock in the needed support from moderate democratic senators kyrsten sinema and joe mansion monday, senator manchin announced he's still not on board. i for one want are multi. trillion dollar bill. >> without greater clarity about why congress chooses to ignore the serious effects of inflation. >> and as the president pushes for stronger climate action here at home. he also plans to launch a new initiative to help developing nations fight climate change reporting in washington. alexandra limon. >> thanks, alex. it is 7.21. and coming up, we're going to have a look at a new tiny home village to help the homeless in the east bay. we'll tell you how many people little house and american airlines dealing with more cancellations this morning and
i drop off and pick up my kids from school so, i can't work early. or late. and i need to make enough to make it worthwhile. i can only work two days a week. and it can't interfere with my other job. i can do full-time. just not daytime. and i need benefits. good ones. and you know, it would be nice if you paid for my tuition. like all of it. ♪ ♪ ♪ we're back at 7.24 big story that we're following. the reverend jesse jackson in the hospital this morning after falling and hitting his head. >> he was actually meeting with students and a
representative from howard university. students were protesting about the living conditions on campus. he fell during one of those meetings hit his head. they did a scan apparently everything came back normal. we do know that the reverend jackson has parkinson's disease been hospitalized twice this year. so far, including for covid-19 infection, but he and he's resting well, and we'll keep you updated on his condition. >> 7.25 and issues with american airlines continue this morning, which means issues. if you're trying to get flight 90 flight have been canceled so far this morning. and as you might know, they had to cancel, but 2000 flights between friday and yesterday. this is you know, unique to american the other airlines have all had sort of these growing plane. southwest had cut to cancel 2000 flight last month and a lot of other airlines were hit by this between weather and staffing issues because of maybe their covid rules and the like. and then the increase in travel. it's all quite the pickle
which all comes down to what do you got to do if your flight gets canceled, you know, going to the holidays. here's what an expert has to say. >> maybe start with the bat backup plan in case something goes wrong because these and seemed to come a bit on unforeseen, maybe a contingency plan. if i have a connecting flight and then for some reason get stuck do i know people in the where might i stay if something happens during my trip. >> yeah, i got get get that. i'm not going to say rolodex. yes, am wow. get the rolodex out. what do you have an address book whatever you have. it's called google, ok. you go to google. you're on yester. you know, if you want to stay at a relative's house. i'm just suggesting maybe you know, you have friends or relatives list. still ahead, let him know. yeah, might need to stay right. you know, i get that i mean, when think about all of that place. gave the and bring them all to play come this holiday season. >> will. >> speaking of holiday season.
like i was 5 and they were the parents. no, i'm not interested. >> that ship was sailing. kids are getting older older now quiet and we're i want to get in the mood. the rain gets the mood. you know, feels like we're entering winter. well, and that's the great thing is once once you really start at the rain set in perfect excuse to sit just start watching your like holiday movie marathons really get into the spirit of it's a wonderful life. i'm waiting watch that around thanksgiving time, right. we need some good rain around that. john wayne the time change does it for me too, because then it gets dark it's sunday. so what this sunday so make sure you go to bed saturday night the clocks fall back. we get our back. so for us, that means a little extra hour's sleep in a little darker earlier which i love. we are looking outside at some grey's still out there across the bay area right now it's not going to be great all day, though. in fact, we'll get a good dose of sunshine later on as of right now, you're
berkeley hills camera isn't looking at in the sunshine just yet, though fog cast is showing that we do have a couple of spots of lower visibility at the coast in across the north bay. but it hasn't been widespread just a couple of patches of it to watch out for. roadways are still damp. so give yourself that extra time to get outside and do bundle up or in the 50's for most of the bay. this afternoon gets much more comfortable. i have the rundown on all of that. still ahead right now. john, thank you for that busy conditions along the bay bridge. we have a disabled vehicle. >> 80 westbound near that treasure island exit. so we've got that and high winds and we'll slick roadways. and so that's why we're seeing more traffic along the bay bridge here. another hot spot, traffic collision and spill. westbound ford and northbound one 60 that connector ramp any acts still close vasco road to 5.80. would be a good alternate try to get around that other bridges at a pretty slow right now. little under 15 minutes via the san mateo bridge. the richmond sandra fell bridge. the san mateo bridge is pretty slow as well as you're heading across towards the peninsula. look at
that little under 18 minutes to make that drive their traveling crockett down towards the maze along 5, 1880, you're looking at an almost 40 minute drive. and in the south bay, no exception. a little slow as well. traveling from 85 to menlo park a little under 44 minutes daryn, james, back to you. all right. thanks a lot, though. there's this seasonal movies. and then there's the seasonal foods like a lot of people like to have crab for thanksgiving or for christmas, either or turns out. >> everybody may have to adjust their plans because it looks like, as you can see here. >> the crabbing season might be delayed just a little bit. offers will tran is live at fisherman's wharf in san francisco with outlook. i will. >> good morning, james and area. we'll talk to him at a commercial crab fisherman in just a few moments. but i want to tell you why it's been pushed back with no start date. again, he's supposed to start on november 15th in a perfect world that here's video to show you why they're not starting it because of all those lines that they use. now
they are looking at an abundant area from sonoma mendocino line all the way to lopez point in monterey county that area'sprich with crowd. but for the crab fisherman unfortunately for them. it's also at this particular time. they have a lot of humpback whales and turtles in that area as well. endangered species. so they have be protected with all those lines in there. those humpback whales and turtles can get tangled up and that means they can get injured or even killed until they leave the area, the state to fish and wildlife. they're not allowing the crab fisherman to go out to that particular area and you know, it might be a minor inconvenience for us not to have crab on the thanksgiving dinner table. but for at one, as you and i were talking this hurts financially. oh, right. oh, yes, definitely. hurts very financially. specially like last year we got pushed back after christmas. >> and you know, that's our huge part of our income. we invest so much into this industry to try to recruitment
back out before the holiday so we can have presents under a tree like every other family here in america. if we don't have that spare. chris, do you understand or it's kind of hard because you have a family to feed. but there are also protecting endangered species. i'm definitely all about protecting wildlife. i mean, that's how i make my living is to protect our wildlife and make our wildlife. but i think there's a little bit give and take here. and we've given a lot in our industry to this and i feel like we've cut back and done a lot of this to protect these wells and feels like the fish and game work with us a little bit so we can open on time so we can get that market and you know, feed our families. there's a little bit maybe silver lining there still you hoping to go out there, at least say 14. yes. i'm hoping to go out before christmas. if he goes, you typically after christmas new year's the weather gets rough and for most of us that small
boats. it's a whole nother. interesting side of things will hear from matt moore his colleague coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news as we go on. but interestingly enough guys. they make about a quarter to a 3rd of their income for crab fishing season. so this is. >> devastating to crab fishermen like matt right behind me. >> back to you. all right, kate. yes, the beginning impact more than just what's on our table. thank you. will 7, 7, 35 right now. and let's go to the south bay where a community in gilroy gathered to remember a young man who was shot and killed at a party over the weekend. 18 year-old michael zuniga, c, a is his name. and he was one of 4 young people who were shot and a party after a fight broke out and this was on the home of the gilroy city council member rebecca armand are as so far, one person has been arrested for the shooting. police have arrested 8 pastor in morgan hill on suspicion of molesting multiple children.
authorities say 65 year-old carlos kuz stray han of hollister faces more than a dozen charges including lewd acts by use of force on a child under the age of 14. cas tehran is a pastor at the mysterious 10 arrested on has sway and investigators believe that he may have additional victims who are not identified yet. so if anybody has information you can remain apanonymous, but you're asked t call the morgan hill police. >> in the north bay 3 people including 2 air force members are under arrest now in connection to the murder of a young woman. we have pictures of the victim identified as 19 year-old about a bowl champ. she was last seen alive on saturday morning. he was at a halloween party in sacramento. she left that party with to active duty air force members and then on sunday her remains were found in monterey county police discovered that both champ was killed at a home on cascade lane in fairfield where one of the air force
members lived a 21 year-old woman is now accused of actually killing both champ and 2 men are accused of being accessories to that murder. police haven't revealed yet how that victim died. >> 7.36 in the east bay. take a look at the new tiny houses. there's a whole community near oakland's lake merritt for the homeless. this shelter project is at the corner of east 12th street and pake merritt boulevard. and residents are going to be able have electricity and heat and water and even health care as well. >> this will be a partnership with the city with my office, with our service providers as well. as the community neighbors businesses. the faith community and others. this is a project that is working to get people into transitional and permanent housing. so we will be helping residents on a case by case basis to make sure that they will be on a path to the house. >> the city partnered with the nonprofit housing consortium of the east bay as well as community leaders to make the
village possible and it should be able to house up to 65 people. >> 7.37 on the clock and open enrollment for california's health insurance marketplace known as covered. california is now underway. state leaders say more than a million uninsured californians could be eligible for comprehensive coverage at no cost and premiums are generally going to be lower this year. thanks to some financial help from president biden's american rescue plan health and human services secretary xavier becerra oversees the program fact it was formed under the 2010 affordable care act while but sarah was then california attorney general. for americans. we're getting health insurance coverage as a result of the affordable care act. and here covered california. >> today. we have over 12 million americans. who have insurance, medical insurance because of the work done under the affordable care act. >> yeah. a lot of private health insurers are no longer waving out of pocket costs for covid treatments to keep that
in mind. secretary becerra says that the biden administration will continue to support and testing the open enrollment period ends on january 31st. >> it's and still ahead on the kron 4 morning news the forty-niners get back to work. maybe with some key players after this road when we'll have the very latest. and the recent storms creating a golden opportunity for you too. get rich quick. we'll have the details and after the break, san francisco has a new city attorney will introduce you to.
>> in the east bay panel. middle school was put on lockdown after a student brought a pellet gun on campus and while officers responding school officials detained the student and they found the pellet gun in the student's backpack. nobody was hurt. now police are investigating why that student brought the pellet gun to campus. in san francisco. here's david shoe being sworn in as the new city attorney. he is the first asian american to hold that position in the city. the former assembly member was hand pick by mayor london breed to follow dennis herrera, who's now serving as the general manager of the san francisco public utilities commission. governor newsome will now call for a special election to fill shoes assembly seat. it is 7.42. we'll be right back. 7.45 we
found the silver lining to the rain. it's not silver its goal. it is up in the american river where experts say all that hard rain that we got a couple weeks ago actually dislodged. >> enough gold flecks in bits and brought them down stream that you can enjoy may be a more successful outing if you're panning for gold. yeah, it sounds like it's more fun. the fishing. >> what i do is take a parenting hernandez thank 2
pull up and. now. them on your hands in world. >> coming up here and go camping for 3. we can pay for your >> that's pretty much what you're getting out of well, the fish we eat if you wanted fish and but i want to like i think got to kill a fish. have to kill anybody to get a little goal. know if you're fly-fishing, though, that would be just as fun. probably. but i you know, i look at i probably this is not the way i think it's something about. >> you know, a lot more whipping action all. >> why have you watched a movie or do do that. i at. >> i watched a couple looks like for you. pretty wasn't you never fly fish. you have it. you know, the motion. i do. yeah. to see with the
other you with it for the doing. i'm at. i can i've seen pictures all right. so no fly and in the rain. what what can you do in the rain. i i don't know if you can go looking for worms kids. how did that go? >> that was the thing to do when we haven't thought about that. one in a like to get after. yeah. they love they love that rain. our dogs do not love the rams. so today is the dog walk a day for sure graham. he did not want to go out there yesterday, even though we weren't looking at all that much rain. it was definitely pale comparison to what we had. >> the previous sunday, which was such a such a rainy guerneville around 2 and a half inches yesterday mount tam saw around 2 inches of it. well lighter amounts elsewhere but still some good rainfall. this was a solid way to kick off the new month. and we're going to keep that momentum going on and off to the rest of the week now conditions out there today are nice and dry. we're still damp from yesterday's rainfall. so do watch for a few slick spots.
but rain has left the region now we are going to see dry skies today. and increasingly clear come the afternoon tomorrow will be dry for most of the day. that is until well after the sun goes down wednesday night will come along with a chance of showers pushing through most rainfall arrives after midnight. so this is really a thursday morning rain during pre dawn hours. what this is going to do is make for a really slick commute on thursday morning so although tomorrow's commute will be dry thursday. morning's not so much as that rainfall makes its way across the region. as for today, obviously as a as a as i mentioned, we're still damp this morning. we're gray where misty as of right now. later on today will gradually clear out more and more and that will be a company by daytime highs climbing into the upper 60's to low 70's. so do expect a nice and comfortable one, especially because will be nice and dry. later on oakland up to richmond in the upper 60's walnut creek at 71 degrees while napa and sonoma in the upper 60's as well. we'll have center fell right
at 70. here's a look ahead at our next 7 days. tomorrow is the warmest of the forecast after that, we really cool things off into the weekend. don't forget to adjust %our clocks back an hour on sunday morning. the conditions will be darker a little bit earlier on. but you do get that extra hour of sleep. best chances of rain tomorrow night into thursday morning and then again into next monday, reena john, thanks to that. a couple of hot spots and issues out there on the highways like a traffic hazard. 5.80, westbound. >> at 80 west in oakland. so we are starting to see some delays as you're traveling through the maze. once you do reach the maze a little under 30 minutes making your way into the city to that fremont street exit also along highway for that one 60 connector. there is a traffic collision and a spill. so good alternate would be vasco road all the way down to 5.80, to try to get around that out here pleasant and we have a tractor-trailer fire. so westbound 5.80, as santa rita road the right lane and the exit ramp is currently blocked. so we're seeing slower conditions as you're
traveling there looks like also a little slow in a long 6.80 as you're heading along to pleasanton a little under 90 minutes via the san mateo bridge. a member slick conditions still. so that slowing people down and a lot of areas. the richmond, sandra fell commute a little under 15 as you head out of richmond and heading from crockett down towards the maze. now we're at almost an hour about 44 minutes for you to make that drive. darya james, back to you. thanks >> all right. good news for the we have a few key players potentially returning this week as they get ready for their homestand against the cardinals. this after the big road win, which was great. let's take a look with kron. 4 sports director jason dumas >> the forty-niners needed yesterday's win against the bears in the worst way a loss probably would have meant a last season. but now we're out can slowly build back up all around the team also got some good news today. george kittle, jeff wilson and robbie gold all slated to return to practice this week. >> jimmie ward will likely be out a few weeks, but you have
to take the good with the bad now, i mentioned more out second ago. house and hand had someone talk to the team on saturday night to help that morale heading in to the game. general manager john lynch and the same like it worked pretty well. >> wasn't thinking about all the stuff that we've got to the weekend. i thought to be great just to hear different perspectives that john did a great job. we talked to the guys time you can have a guy general manager talk also the hall of famer will play to the way he did. i think it goes a long way and just getting him out there that addressed every player, every position stuff away. got about >> real of the bunch of people. the good and the bad all. talking to fire to stop it got a lot of perspectives i have to do it, hoping it would be was even better than expected. >> the dubs were back on the practice court today after a blowout win on saturday night like the niners and the warriors will get one of their
players back on the practice court this week. the team announced that center james wiseman has been cleared to practice his timetable for game action is still to be determined white men underwent when this gets surgery in april that was him walking off the court when he tore in this case he took part in team drills, but he did not scrimmage today. he said the training staff is monitoring how his knee responds before giving him the full, though, why but also said that his game 7 to 10 pounds of muscle during the offseason game is weighed up and that feels much more comfortable now compared to his rookie season when asked about the possibility of playing in santa cruz for the warriors g league affiliate he said he'd be all in. >> i going on there so i just sharp physically mentally game. eric. so just like happens within that time. and i mean i'm down for whatever just going take day by day,
>> you have to say how functional it's spooky because it's a celebration. it is it's a celebration and remembrance of all the answers that come before it's the annual and here in mexico city can see they really do it. >> to a big degree event canceled last year because the pandemic everybody came out this year to take part in celebrations. dozens of skeleton puppets, as you can see there, motorized floats images the dead in the event here. and again, like said, it's not a scary thing. >> now to your remembering the lives of your loved ones and that's the way they live on 7.56 right now. we've got lots coming up in the next hour, the cdc is talking about the pfizer vaccine for the littlest kids will tell you what you need to know. and dungeness crab season is delayed will it be here for thanksgiving. will it be here for christmas. we'll take a peek. and to the restroom lines are long at one south bay high school because
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season and it is election day. don't forget in bay area cities. but all eyes are really on the gubernatorial race way over on the other side of the country. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at >> good morning and happy tuesday. thanks for waking up with us and aria. and i'm james. we want to start this hour with a check of weather and traffic. you may have noticed that it rained yesterday. if you are. conscious at all. >> has all day. >> even in my bubble that rain. but looking really nice outside to start. so it good morning, john. a little bit of an improvement today as far as getting outside weather goes anyways because yesterday may have indeed all day and if it did, i don't blame you have that rain kind of puts me to sleep too. we are looking outside at some conditions- today that will eventually get pretty clear as of right now, though, we're still sitting under l