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5th a great start. we don't see any major traffic problems on the bay area. >> and it was not biting cold this morning. ram happy about that. all good things and like will said, you deserve a round of from a gutted midway through the weekend. also behind this. you can see one of the dot cruise ships here and they're in for a really nice forecast for today. nothing like we saw yesterday we were tracking it. the rain across the bay area. you can see much quieter conditions on our radar future cast does show us we are going to see some rain in the forecast this morning up in the north bay but that has been a taper out throughout the day and then we're going to have clouds throughout the morning and some dense fog scattered across the bay area. we just had a high surf advisory that just ended at 06:00am so that's some good news for people out there near the coastal areas. get a look at our current temperatures outside right now, not hot but definitely warmer than the start of the week. the late
napa oakland hayward, fremont all in the low 50's san carlos 48 so little chilly down there. we're going to look at your 7 day coming up. but for now we'll send it back to you. you know, let's not heating up and we're loving it. the bay area traffic conditions, the bay bridge. this is probably is. >> heavy as we're going to see it usually at 6 o'clock. forget about your bumper to bumper inching towards the toll plaza. not today. probably not for a while as i would assume a lot of people being told to stay home. because of the omicron variant working by way of zoom no problems there. no problems on the san mateo bridge as well. yes, a little bit heavier than the bay bridge spent. this is definitely not prepandemic levels for sure. let's go from there to richmond. sandra fell bridge holding steady headlights still coming towards the toll plaza, of course, but same deal this is not even close to pre-pandemic levels and then golden gate bridge. the postcard shot ares, world famous bridge a
few said headlights coming into the city. 22 minutes or so from novato into the city might be a little bit faster because you won't have too many cars in front of you. breaking news that we are following every crew from the alameda county sheriff's office academy has died after being shot in oakland near the toll plaza of the bay bridge. kron 4. sarah stinson is live with the very latest. sara. >> well, that's right. this was a young man in the alameda county sheriff's recruitment program just, you know, days away from becoming a deputy and then who's driving home toward san francisco when he was shot and killed by gunfire. this is another person to be killed. just driving on a bay area freeway. take a look at video from last night. you can see the sheriff's department out there lining outside the highland hospital area scored his body
with an american flag over him. chp oakland is investigating this deadly freeway. we still don't know who the shooter is now. this happened at 4.30 yesterday on 5.80, west on the macarthur maze before the toll plaza to the bay bridge. the shooter fired a gun into the personal car of the recruit hitting him and causing him to crash into a guardrail when officers arrived. he was immediately taken the hospital where he later died from his injuries. the name of the police or the deputy academy. recruit was not released yet. we did talk with sergeant nelson with the sheriff's office last night on the phone and he explained this shocking and senseless act of violence. >> i don't know. watch what led up to other than it just seems like another. >> act of violence on a freeway. reach us notify your family. and as you can imagine, there are distraught. we're going to give a little bit of time grieve and process
this. parents are clearly is that a sister and a girlfriend that that highland. or what's going on there. >> as horrific and it is so senseless now the deputy recruit was not wearing a uniform who is in his own car driving home. so the really unsure about the motive here. they're looking for that they're looking for the shooters in falls. so there's a lot that still needs to happen in this investigation. all the this department mourns the laws. all the while, all this family mourns the loss. >> of this young man who was working hard to devote his life to law enforcement and he was killed in this senseless act of violence on another. they area freeway. well, back to you. censuses rights era over the pass a decade. there
been thousands of shootings on bay area freeways, including what happened to when year-old late last year which i know you covered and they're still searching. >> for the shooters in that case. thank you, sarah. another big story that we're following this morning. the fast-spreading omicron variant is forcing local health officials. >> to get even tougher trying to stop the spread of the virus. and for the first time in nearly 4 months. get this more than 100,000 people have been hospitalized with covid across the country and that includes a record number of children. it's all being powered by the omicron variant which they say makes up about 95% of the new affections in the united states. the cdc has updated its isolation guidelines for people who test positive for covid the agency now says if you test positive and are using rapid tests to see if you have it. you should way towards the end of the 5 day isolation period to take the test. if your test comes back negative, you can and
isolation. but continue to wear a well-fitting mask around other people are in the public up until day 10. if you test positive, it is being recommended that you isolate for an additional 5 days quarantine yourself and then probably retest again. in the north bay marin county health leaders. they are now recommending endure high school sports be played without their parents. and fans in attendance. the new rule means no parents families are fans being allowed to watch the games. the the county's recommending that people do this effective immediately. but the novato unified school district adopted the rules last night keeping parents out from a series of games, public health officer doctor matt willis is concerned that a room full of parents and with omicron lurking is not good for anybody involved. >> as a parent of high school athlete. you know, i know that it hurts not to be able to attend those and even i can do
not want to be apple. find transmission at this point in our khon surge. we need to be be doing the opposite. >> local health officials. they're asking schools to not also hold indoor assemblies while the omicron variant continues to surge. and until they hear back from the health department happening today. the teachers union in san francisco will hold a news conference actually to criticize the district's handling a covid testing and the passing out of those home tests. more than 600 educators were not able to teach yesterday because of a positive covid test or they're simply waiting for their test results to come back. the san francisco unified school district says they actually received get this close to 630 requests for substitute teachers to come in. the teachers union is slamming the district over its handling of the covid surge, including having no plans on how they plan to pass south of test kits when they arrive to the
district sometime this week. we will carry the unions news conference for you on our 24 7 free streaming service kron on once it begins. in the east bay, the oakland unified school district says almost a 1000 students and staff came down with a positive covid test before classes resumed after winter break was over, the district gave out about 41,000 home covid test kits to students and families before they went on break. in a statement district officials say although some students or staff may have been on campus on monday before they found out that they were positive. they're still confident they they a lot of exposure into a law, large audience while the majority of cases are still being reported. also in the east bay the west contra costa unified school district. they will begin requiring staff members very soon to wear a medical grade kn 95 mask while they're at work the new requirement starts this monday. the district says this
is one of many steps. a 5th plan to take to keep the students and the staff member safe while omicron variant continues to surge. they have ordered enough masks for each employee to have one mask every week from now through the end of the year. happening tomorrow, free rapid covid tests will be available for all students within the dublin unified school district. the district has received about 13,000 tests from the state parents. what you can pick up the test for each student between 08:30am, in the morning. so about 2 and a half hours from now all the way until 3 o'clock in the afternoon at dublin high or fallon middle school parents. if you have a child within the school district. you can be with her child to pick up the tests or if you're alone, you have to prove that your child goes to the dublin unified school district high school students who are already driving. you can do it yourself covid testing is also being offered at the school district office until 7 o'clock every night this week
all the way until friday. a lack of vaccines is making it harder for people to get their shots. some cvs pharmacies. they had to send out cancellation notices recently saying they just did not have enough vaccines to go around a spokesperson from cbs says the pharmacy has administered more than 41 million covid-19 tests and 50 million vaccine since the pandemic started a few years ago. but experts say this covid surge is really affecting their workforce, including those who work with the vaccines uc berkeley infectious disease expert doctor john swartzberg. he says there are plenty of shots for everyone. the problem is not enough workers. we've got plenty of vaccine the warehouses and have it. >> have to be operational. and a lot of the people who work in the warehouses, not just for vaccines but for any kind of were there's a lot of covid going around.
>> the doctor advising people. if you have, you know, your upcoming appointment canceled. here's a couple of things you might want to think about tap. your family and friends asking where they got their shots. maybe they know a place that has some shots available. if that doesn't work. try reaching out to the city or county health departments and maybe they can direct you to a place where you can get your shots. as the omicron variant continues to surge across the bay area a number of businesses and restaurants that are voluntarily closing the doors to make sure that people are safe. here's the there could be permanent closures and it not be temporary. could be a forever. and this is the reason why. well, the california retailers association. they say business owners once again having to make a very tough decision on what to do to protect their workers and customers while trying to keep the money coming in supply chain issues and organized crime. also playing a role in businesses possibly shutting down forever. >> i think you're going to
have some business owners that are reevaluating that are saying is this really what we want to continue to do. do we necessarily want to continue doing it in california. you know, i'm not surprised that we're seeing some of the smaller independent retailers making that decision to either sat down for for a couple weeks. or i addressed to clean reduce their hours. yeah. it's a tough question for them. the question is, is this worth it. the california retailers association is working with lawmakers to try to find more money. >> to help those struggling small businesses. stay open. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news. our state has new water restrictions. and it's going to cost you a lot of money. if you're caught wasting water. we'll tell you how much when we come right back. >> and then tomorrow marks one year since thousands of rioters stormed the u.s. capitol protesting the election results. the changes capitol police say they made since then and what they expect to happen tomorrow.
>> warning if you're caught wasting water, it will be very expensive for you. to adopting new water restrictions. the new rules they ban all of us from watering. their lawns 2 days after a rainstorm or letting the sprinklers run on to the sidewalk. if you're caught, you could be fined. get this $500 everyday.
regulators say they want to stress voluntary water conservation enforcement. they want to leave it up to local authorities. the restrictions could take effect by the end of this month despite all of that rain that we're seeing. make no mistake about it, we are still in drought conditions, far from over. as far as us needing rain. we are getting some rain this morning, but not a lot, right. rain. not nearly as much as we got yesterday. it's primarily in the north bay. >> a live look outside right now are east bay hills and patchy fog is in the forecast for us this morning. when we look at our radar yesterday, we had green all over the map today. we're pretty quiet in terms of any of that in the forecast. however, the north bay in the early morning hours. you are seeing some light showers. but that's all going to dissipate come the afternoon and then low cloud coverage is in the forecast for the rest of the day. those rain totals like we talked about was little to nothing. so pretty scarce when it comes to how much rain we're going
to get friday. another weak system arrives yet again. and that will be back to bring us a little more moisture and maybe even some snow in the sierra 52 and alcatraz today for your highs. daly city pacifica all mid to lower 50's for you. there. burlingame. you're 55 south san francisco, the same. san carlos redwood city in palo alto. all upper 50's in the south bay santa clara campbell and san jose upper 50's 54 in union city. you're at 56 moraga 51 or end a 51 in berkeley. low 50's. now up in napa, sonoma in fairfield. you've got a little bit of the upper 40's. so you're seeing cooler conditions in this area and again, make sure just bring a jacket with you today. santa rosa, we talked about the moisture you're going to see in the early morning hours up there in santa rosa won't stick around long, though, looking at your seven-day forecast. rain in the earlier part of the day in the north bay and then later on we start to dry out mostly clear
tomorrow with another system we talked about arrives friday into the weekend. clear skies and in lows throughout the weekend. looking at the upper 40's timid to a higher 30's. so pretty cool. there along the coast 50's at the start of the week. mid 40's towards the end will. let's take a look at traffic conditions. >> bay bridge light. no problems. i won't spend too much time on this without bumper to bumper traffic. you're looking at about maybe 13 to 14 minutes now to cross that spanned picking up at the san mateo bridge more tail lights. that's the commute direction going from east bay. 2, 1, o one but still a lot of space between the cars. no problems there. no problems at the richmond. sandra fell bridge and also no problems at the golden gate bridge. your biggest problem may be getting a speeding ticket because either people are still on holiday light or they're working from home. so chp officers out there to make sure that you follow the speed
limit. the city of san francisco. they are signing a new lease for a so-called linkage center as part of the emergency declaration in the tenderloin. it will be located near the corner of market and hyde streets less than a block from the civic center, bart station, the goal of all of this is to target people in the tenderloin who might be struggling with substance use or mental health issues by helping them connect with city health and human services to get the help that they need. city leaders say people who are arrested in the tenderloin. they have 2 choices. you can either stay at the linkage center or they can go to jail. the fate of the mayor's emergency declaration is unclear supervisor aaron peskin recently introduced a motion to withdraw the board's support. and after an hours long debate yesterday. the supervisors voted to re address the issue again next month. that will happen on
february 8th supervisor. matt haney who represents the tenderloin says. it might be too early to make any further changes. this was just past 10 days ago. >> and so it's my view that we need to actually give it an opportunity to work. i get people off the streets into treatment, bring some safety and health and wellness to a community that suffering. >> the emergency declaration waived several permit rules. call that red tape to speed things up for the linkage center, but it's still not clear what would happen to the city's plan if the board does decide to withdraw its support. tomorrow. you believe it when years since the rioters stormed the u.s. capitol a promise that they are ready for anything that could possibly happen on the anniversary while lawmakers look back on that day. basil john is live in washington, dc with the very latest. basil. >> well, well, good morning. and yes, democrats will handle most of the events tomorrow to
commemorate the attack. meanwhile, capitol police want to make sure that no surprises come along. capitol police says they are not worried about the events planned on the anniversary of the january 6th attack on the capitol. >> but they are ready for anything there's no intelligence that indicates that that there would be any problems. capitol police chief tom manger specified the improvements the organization has made since the attack such as additional equipment cell phones for every officer to receive briefings and updates and an improved process to request assistance from other agencies. we understand the urgency and the importance of ensuring that we fix the things that need to be fixed to make this campus as safe and secure is it can be a major thanks congress for the support over the past year. a new york senator kirsten gillibrand says they will continue to help capitol police. we are going to stand with the capitol. police continue to get the more
resources. we've made a lot of changes since january 6 and will continue make those changes to make sure they feel they have the resources. they need. senate democratic leader chuck schumer says it is necessary to not forget what happened and who was the reason for this attack. january 6 was the result of an effort by donald trump and his supporters to d legitimize our elections and perpetuate the big lie. >> now former president donald trump announced he will cancel his january 6th event in mar-a-lago and he will see his supporters at another event later this month reporting live in washington. i'm basil john. okay. thank you so much, basil, for that report. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news major flight cancellations. it's been happening for weeks this morning. it is no different. >> and it's probably the worst this morning. at area airports will give you the numbers when we come right back. a developin
story that we continue to follow this morning flight cancellations wreaking havoc across the country for weeks and this morning is no different so far this morning. >> more than 1300 flights have been canceled across the country. you're looking live at the traffic conditions at sfo. you can see cars coming and going and a lot of cars probably will coming back to pick up people because their flights have been canceled
sfo. probably worse today than even yesterday. here's a look at the numbers. according to flightaware at sfo. so far 63 flights have been canceled and oakland. it's 11. and in san jose, 18 flights already canceled. that number is twice as high as it was yesterday. coming up on the kron 4 morning news health experts are warning people of the possibility of developing what they call the flurona. >> we'll tell you all about that just a few moments. >> another person was shot and killed while driving on a bay area freeway. this time it's an alameda county sheriff's deputy were proved. i'm live with the details coming up.
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if you take asthma medicines, don't change or stop them without talking to your doctor. ask your doctor about dupixent. >> welcome back to the kron 00:00am morning news. time now 06:29am in the morning. if you're getting up. you're watching us. that means you're heading back to work. welcome. welcome to the workforce. people. a lot of people are coming back. not so heavy on the roadway. but if you are hitting the roadways, you probably will not have your windshield wipers going for too long. we know exactly. they will have to do that in the north bay. they will this morning. but all across the bay area. you just go encounter. some low clouds. a live look outside right now, san francisco. and you can see people are just starting to wake up this morning a much
clearer view. you're looking at the east bay camera. it's covered in clouds there radar this morning. much quieter right now. we're looking at our future cast shows you the rain we saw that the north bay overnight into the early morning hours. we'll get a break from there. we're going to see clouds up in through rest of the day into thursday and then on friday, another storm system arrives again into the bay area, bringing with it potentially some snow in the sierras for us looking at our current temperatures right now. if you're leaving the house novato 50 san francisco, 52 half moon bay. 52 livermore low 50's hayworth to oakland 51, we're going to have more of your forecast coming up, a look at your 7 day as you're planning your week. but for now, we'll send it back to you. a lot of people working from home rain. a lot of people back in the office and look at this. this is the first time this this morning that we're seeing actually cars. >> crawl their way to the bay bridge toll plaza right in the center of your screen. by and large, though no problems. if you're crawling across the bay
bridge. you're looking at about 1516, minutes to get down to fremont street traffic holding steady on the san mateo bridge as well. no big deal. there are no big deal at the richmond. sandra fell bridge either. yes, it's heavier than what we saw it's a 6 o'clock but nowhere near prepandemic levels. i would imagine people working from home or still on holiday. and here's the golden gate bridge hazy conditions, but still not glossy on the roadways. very little fog. 20 minutes into the city. breaking news that we're following this morning. a recruit from the alameda county sheriff's academy has died after being shot in the oakland area near the toll plaza of the bay bridge. kron 4. sarah stinson joins us live with the heartbreaking video and details sarah. >> well, that's right. it is extremely heartbreaking. that is what the alameda sheriff's office says it's heartbreaking and it's disturbing. this young man. he was just days
away from becoming a sheriff's deputy, a long day's work driving home when he was shot and killed. the calling this senseless random act of violence. take a look at video of. >> the alameda county sheriff's deputies, lining highland hospital yesterday escorting his body with an american flag over him. chp is investigating this deadly freeway shooting you. they're still looking for the person responsible. this happened at 4.30 yesterday on 5.80, west on the macarthur maze before the toll plaza to the bay bridge. the shooter fired a gun into the personal car of this deputy recruit hitting and causing him to crash into a guardrail when officers arrived. he was immediately taken to the hospital where he later died from his injuries. the name of this sheriff's academy. recruit has not been released yet. they said that they're giving the family time to grieve privacy. they need. we did catch up with sergeant nelson with the sheriff's
office last night to catch up. he's in shock that this type of senseless violence continues to happen. >> own product guy here. in that area my entire life and the life out there on here and i've never seen anything like to put out like this. just that it come to this for people. >> indiscriminately fire on people on the freeway. and got a lot work bring it all today. it's just awful, >> i think anytime someone is shot and killed on the freeway were all kind of at a loss for words. we're now seeing someone who was going to devote their lives to the public trying to protect others when he's now been killed. just driving home from training. we've seen a nearly one year old jasper, lou shot and killed on the freeways as
well. just sitting in a car. i mean, this is senseless. they're trying to figure out the motive. this man. he was not in a police officer uniform. he was not in a sheriff's vehicle just driving home like anybody else. so trying to figure out who's responsible and why this would happen. back to you. >> sarah. the only word. i mean, just j j d nelson's a friend of mine just hearing him. just breaks my heart for that. the only word i can think of despicable. thank you so much, sir, for that report. >> health experts, they are warning that this latest surge of covid cases. it's not even over yet is still climbing. even in highly vaccinated areas like san francisco case counts if tripled in a week's time and with at least a couple of weeks before the peak. well, san francisco mayor london breed is calling on everyone to take extra steps to protect themselves. >> we're not shutting anything down. we're not closing businesses. this is not 2020,
but we do need to do our part to prevent too many frontline workers from getting sick at the same time. that means we need people to take steps to avoid catching covid during our surge over the next few weeks. >> mayor breed says city services are being affected because of all those cases, including police fire and muni, we told you you yesterday. wait times are longer because they didn't have the staff members to trains or the buses. they're advising people to wear those n 95 masks. if you have them or double masking. also avoid large crowds and take extra precautions around people that, you know, have not been vaccinated. meanwhile, there's another covid-19 variant lurking in the background. this one discovered in france. it's being named the i h you variant french. health officials say they found 12 people infected with this mutation living in southern france. the cases are all linked to travel to the
african country of cameroon and local infectious disease experts here in san this this point, too early to really focus on the new variant. >> not going to lose sleep over i eat you, which doesn't have a greek letter in aiming at. but i'm definitely losing sleep omicron. >> now on the kron not going anywhere. this variant. they don't know if it's more contagious, it can pass easier than, say omicron. so more research needs to be done. there is a silver lining for this because right now it has not been discovered in any other country except france a rise in cases of influenza is fueling concern about what could happen if people get a double whammy of the flu and covid-19 the condition even has an unscientific name flurona. but as any name it is a concern for health officials. mary beth mcdade has the details. >> israel has confirmed its first so-called case of flurona. >> i think a lot of people got
confused and thought that was yet another variant of the coronavirus of covid. but that's really not the case. it's just refers to flu and corona's. so flurona. >> israeli officials say an unvaccinated pregnant woman came down with the dual infection and is now said to be in good condition. >> it is possible to get flu and covid at the same time, it's pretty rare right now. we don't see a ton of those cases. doctor david bronstein, a pediatric infectious disease specialist kaiser permanente says. >> last year in the u.s. we only had a few scattered cases of flurona. >> dubbed here as the twindemic, but he says this year might be different because we're seeing a lot more cases of the flu. >> we are seeing cases of flu already in la county each week those numbers are rising. now that there's a lot of covid going around, but also a lot of blue. that's starting to go around. >> it's very reasonable to
think that we're going to start seeing lots of these co infections. he says it's unclear how sick people get from flurona. in fact, we're very worried that having both of these viruses at the same time may overwhelm the immune system. >> tells us the best defense is to get vaccinated for both. you can actually get your covid back scene. >> and your flu vaccine at the same time. >> in san francisco, in organization believes that recent vandalism to their banner is excuse me, racially motivated take a look at this. a banner reading asians are strong, went up on highway one. oh, one near the vermont street exit in san francisco on new year's day. it was a way to empower the asian american community going into the new year. but 3 days later it was vandalized hudson lau is the founder of asians, a strong community organization. he believes that this was an act of vandalism and act of anti asian hate.
>> you. someone saw it on the freeway got upset enough to get off the freeway. find random overpass and intentionally only cut off the ad is part. like it the home cut off isis to send a very, very clear message that this was a racially motivated vandalism. >> he says the nonprofit now plans to come back, bigger and better and louder raising all kinds of money. they want to ban or they're coming back with a billboard within the city. the san mateo county sheriff's office is launching a new prison program that aims to teach incarcerated people how to manage the stress aggression and trauma. this is the maple street correction center in redwood city. it's the first county jail, not just the bay area. we're talking the entire country to implement this program. the goal is to help inmates prepare for re-entry after
they finish their sentence individuals who finished the training were invited to participate in the first prison program silent retreat last month. i'm sure programs across the country will be seeing how this works and maybe it will spread across the united states in the north bay napa county police, they need your help finding the people responsible for a smash-and-grab robbery, not just any smash and grab. this one was so important because it involved a prosthetic leg. this happened on december 23rd on the 1000 block of main street in napa. now you're looking at a suspected getaway car. they pulled up to that suv. it's this one is that they're looking for a black lexus gs. 200 with stolen license plates at the time of the break-in pulled up to the car. police say they're looking for 2 men. they went into a car, took one back from the car. and unfortunately that bag contained the victims prosthetic lay. state
lawmakers introducing a bill that would allow private citizens to sue gun makers and sellers and hold them accountable for shootings. the proposal allows victims of shootings, including private citizens cities and counties to sue gun makers and sellers on claims that the gun industry acted recklessly and dangerously policy limit loft skews me policymakers say right now cases get tossed out in the early stages of a lawsuit depending on how the judge interprets legal protections for the gun industry. >> this policy would not create liability or mean that every case against the gun industry is successful. it simply means that people be ensured that they will have an opportunity to pursue about playing to responsible reckless dangerously acting gun dealers legalize the sense of personal responsibility, which is the big problem that we're having. i don't like the term gun violence because it it directs the attention
towards the weapon itself. the instrument halladey instead of a year. >> the bill now waits to be referred to a committee with hearings likely the start sometime this spring. this happened again, dognapping in san francisco. police are looking for a person who stole a 5 year-old service dog on monday evening. this time it happened at the intersection. a wall or and octavia street, the service dog is a german shepherd named summer. these pictures retweeted out by the san francisco police department. police said the thief grab summers harness and took off towards market street over the weekend. somebody stole a french bulldog name. rosie. unfortunately, rosie was returned to the owner by the san francisco police department. coming up next on the kron 00:00am morning news the warriors back in action in dallas. that'll happen to night. >> but there is one warrior who hopes to make the all-star team will tell you which one for the first time in his career.
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>> 06:45am in the morning. rain. i know you're not going to say i'm just going to 06:00am. i'll be it feels like a heat wave compared to what we had on monday. i mean, i think some people would disagree with that in will take 50's and we had like 30 to 33 you live one day. probably the low rating where
well, we know you already animals. so beach close not to follow the route for you. will like. we'll just mentioned warmer conditions today. but we do have pockets of fog like you're looking outside right now to east bay camera yesterday we had rain all over the bay area today. it's just in the north bay. that's what we're seeing. those totals up in santa rosa, as you're traveling this morning. all right. let's also get a look at what's going to happen over the next couple of days for future cast here. rain totals. look at that. nothing like we had over the past few days and just trace amounts of rain. let's get a look at our eyes. 50's across the map. will you were just talking about how basically it's much warmer for you as you're traveling. if you are going to be out there today. i would suggest for people who are like will think that it's warm today that you do wear jacket in some areas because we're the mid to upper 50's for pretty much most of the bay area like dublin, pleasanton san ramon and the
east bay, though lower 50's renda berkeley, oakland san leandro. it's up in fairfield and vacaville where you might want to wear a jacket. if you are out today. so 49 up the air napa point race about 49 our 7 day forecast. we start the week here in the middle of the week with a few showers on wednesday and then we get a much needed break on thursday. it's not until friday. we start to see more rain in the forecast again, that comes in that in the weekend. it doesn't stick around for too much time saturday into sunday. you're looking at partly cloudy conditions. it's not until the start of next week. will that think we're going to see more rain in the forecast, but we do get that much needed break on thursday, inland temperatures in the mid to lower 30's and 40's and then along the coast. you're looking at 50's at the top of the week into the mid 40's towards the end of the week. so i don't know that you feel like a lot of us are spoiled being up here in the bay area in terms of the temperatures.
it's pretty warm for a lot of people now because i had a friend in philadelphia. she went to work the other day at 18 degrees in the morning wow. i told i would have called you hall and getting a truck the left. >> all my goodness. check this out. rain. i know traffic is your specialty. look at that bumper to bumper traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza as the crushed cars crawling towards the toll plaza. but the good news is we're not seeing any major accidents and looks like a lot of people heading back to work looking at about maybe 20 minutes now into the city from bay bridge later at the san mateo bridge. looks like there's some kind of incident on the right side of your screen. but that's on the shoulder. so not impacting traffic richmond sandra fell bridge shouldn't be a big problem as well. cars going the speed limit as they get to the toll plaza and as they try to make their way to marin county, golden gate bridge traffic picking up but still plenty of space between the cars. the warriors they are
back in action tonight. they're on the road. however, so night at the chase center there in dallas to take on the mavericks. one warrior. well, he is looking to make history for his own career by trying to make the all-star game kron four's sports director jason dumas, us tells >> lost in the very justified buzz of klay thompson's upcoming return is the fact that andrew wiggins is quietly making a case to be coming all-star for the first time in his career. wiggins is averaging 19 points per game and has successfully been guarding the best wing player on the opposing team night in and night out for the dup klay thompson said that makes him one of the top 2 way players in basketball playing on the best team in the league that my friends is objective. lee. true. since december. 1st wiggins is shooting 54% from the 3. now you have to figure steph curry and draymond green will be shoo ins for golden state. but history tells you that the team with the top
record. usually get 3 guys in. so if you ask andrew winning does matter and he hopes to be recognized for that. >> we're how's that for for all stars the best they are, you know, suspect stuff they've got. like i that you i get the opportunity now make it. are one. >> would be nice to see week in the all-star game in cleveland. the team that drafted him before he was traded to minnesota to the ice. the sharks in detroit taking on the red wing. second period trade up 2 zip adding insult to injury tyler. but tuesday with the short-handed goal. his second of the game. it 3 nothing moments later,
highest center says me too. broad want to get into that's his second goal of the game as well. detroit cords it on san jose fall. 62 those take on the sabres on thursday like it's done to much of society. covid-19 continues to turn the sports world upside down on tuesday. stanford university, an ounce that all winter sports that take place in door will be limited to only student athletes and their families. so if you are planning to go see the defending national champion women's basketball team or the men unless you are a family member. it's looking like a no-go. these changes are effective immediately stanford athletic director bernard muir says full spectator attendance for all events will resume as soon as appropriate as for spectators at outdoor winter events that will be seated social distancing and will require to wear a mask.
staying on the college level. one of the most anticipated local hoops matchup of the season has been postponed santa clara was set to host saint mary's on thursday. but the gaels don't have enough bodies because the players in covid protocols saint mary's is projected as a tournament team this year. the 12 3 on the young season. they have been playing great ball. meanwhile, santa clara not too shabby as well. they're 10 5 on the year. a makeup game for that contest has not been announced yet. again. the warriors they are on the road tonight. they'll take on the mavericks tip off at 4.30 this afternoon. >> we'll be right back.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us. it is wednesday morning here on this drying wednesday's not nearly as wet this morning as it was yesterday. that's the good news. to get reyna harvey starting off the hour in the weather center. good morning. rain in morning. james and welcome everybody who's just waking up this morning with us. >> much drier conditions today. but we do have cloudy conditions outside a live look at san francisco. you can see low cover clouds today and the
north bay as seeing that rain. but as you can see, the rest of the bay area pretty dry for the most part, we're getting a look at those showers as they continue to roll through, they'll be gone around noon and then we're going continue to dry into today. low clouds for the most part. and then friday is when that second storm system is set to arrive and we could potentially see some snow up in the sierra a live look at the temperatures right now currently so bring your jacket with you. napa. 50 valais hill. 51 upper 40's down there at san carlos and jose low 50's across the we'll have a look at your 7 day coming up. but for now, james. we'll send it back to you. all right, dana, thank you. quick check of the bridges this morning. we'll start things off with the bay bridge approach. >> westbound 80, as you can see, it is slow down a bit here at the toll plaza. but you're still making it through without too much hassle once you're on the span, you're fine. heading into san francisco to the south we go. the san mateo bridge. our check of highway 92 here. and yes, the volume certainly picking up here at the 7 o'clock hour. but