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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at know. we all have a little here. see you when we live in an area. >> that sam has a tendency to have fires. any time we hear of anything happening, we just all get very nervous, very scared. >> there's a big fire burning in big sur tonight. it's being
called the colorado fire and many people have been forced to evacuate because of it. we do have a live look now at the evacuation orders that are still in effect. it's the red area here on your screen. we have a lot of information to get to as this is a very rare and powerful fire that's burning in january. thank you so much for joining us here during kron. 4 news at 9 o'clock tonight. i'm justine waltman jonathan mccall that fire in the last hour we have learned. >> now 90 35% contained and we've learned that it is now only impacting some 700 acres. good news that the number of acres have now been lowered. >> it's now the second time today that cal fire has dropped the number of acres burned by this fire. so far. earlier today, kron four's amid here. we've got a chance to talk with folks in monterey county now helping out those victims of this fire. >> i'm told many people had to leave their homes with little notice and situations like this one can be very scary. you can see just how powerful
all of those flames are. they don't know they're going to have a home to come to. >> going to lose all of their possessions. and so we're just kind of there early. but a big, warm hug as the colorado fire continues to burn people living west of 3800 palo colorado road to highway one. >> and south of bixby creek in monterey county are still evacuated when you're told to evacuate. >> you're leaving with the clothes on your back. and there's so many things you don't even think ed's that you're going to grab a drink. ray with all in monterey county says they're doing what they can to help the nonprofit provides support to their monterey neighbors. they're currently working with the red cross at the carmel middle school shelter. we worked with the evacuation center. >> making sure that they had toiletries, clothing. >> anything that they would need. meanwhile, firefighters are still working around the clock to put the fire out u.s. representative for the central coast. jimmy panetta says he
met with cal fire about their efforts feeling confident, but that rain is really steep out there. and if you've been along highway one, which many of your view of viewers you understand how steep and rugged it is? i was happy to report that still only one structure has been damaged. >> and there are no injuries or fatalities. people of that area people, the big sur are rugged. they're hearty. used to these types of a natural disasters. >> however, what what i think everybody should be concerned about is that this is sort of the new normal representative tells me he's calling on everyone to try and help prevent fires like this one. you see here. >> he says, well, we don't know what caused this one just yet. it's often caused by human activity. amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> kron four's coverage of the colorado fire continue is tonight. 13 agencies have now responded to the fire and the
red cross is offering to help folks impacted by it at the carmel middle school. >> cal fire spokesperson cecile juliette is joining us here in alive. during.crawford is 9 o'clock tonight to give us an update on the fire. where are we with trying to get the numbers kind of narrow down? the acreage is sort of fluctuated as well as the containment. is it still at 700 acres? 35 1% contained. and why is that changed so much over the past couple days? >> yes, those numbers are still the same and we were able to confirm with an infrared flight and our boots on the ground. they got together and they determined that better mapping that. it is actually 700 acres at this point, which is, of course, good news. and it is 35% contained. so we are growing those containment lines to say we're the obviously that is good news that you guys have been able or that the number of acres have been lowered. >> our home still being threatened at this point. and if so, can just describe what that firefight is like trying to save those homes?
>> well, they did a great job. local government gotten there early on friday night and they did a wonderful job structure protection. right now. we do only have that one report of the one year that was damaged. and we, of course, have to continue with our damage inspections and that number could change. but at this point, the damage is a it you the damage is minimal and the bixby bridge that iconic bridge, the fire burned right up to it, but did not damage the bridge. so we are moving right along. things are looking good. they are growing that containment lines. as i mentioned. we are going to just continue this fight. firefighters are going to stay on the line tonight overnight. still doing their thing. and then of course, we plan to get the aircraft up in the air again at first light. >> seeing the images of that fire burning so close to that iconic bridge, the bixby bridge. what did you have to do to protect it? and how much of a priority was it to make sure that that structure state in place? >> well, truly all structures.
and so we do the same thing with all structures we just get in there. there's different tactics to make that they're protected up. >> sticking holes in and cutting line around in the dirt around the structure. so we look at every structure as something that's important for saving far as the specifics what they did on the bridge. i had not been briefed on those particular specifics, but and we can certainly get that information for you. if you are interested in finding out more about that still, can you talk a little bit about how many firefighters you guys have right now on the ground trying to help? >> obviously contain this fire from spreading and what what are some of the challenges you that you guys are running into right now in trying to put out the fire. >> so we had about 188 personnel in the fire yesterday, but we got nearly 100 more couple more strike teams from the region today. so we have plenty of resources, which is, of course, great news. and then i heard up from your earlier
soundbite representative. another was talking about the difficult terrain. that's exactly right. is incredibly steep out there serve in the pacific coast highway. but i'm sure everybody has very steep it's hard for the dozers because it's so steep. it can be very dangerous. so, you know, it's just tough work out there for firefighters. they're doing a great job. >> and that part of highway one is still closed. and how long do you think it will stay that way for? >> it is still close out. we don't like to put a timeline on these things because we could be wrong because we just don't know. and we don't want to set false but this is a 24 hour process. not just cal fire, but all the flock rating agencies are working around the clock to go through every fire we work to get people back into their homes as quickly as possible. so that plan is just to continue trying to control and contain, contain control the fire. and then after that, operators have to get in there and make sure that the infrastructures say, you know, that things
that could have gotten burned out. we just need to make sure that everything is clear before we lift the but rest assured we're working as quickly as possible. and they made a lot of headway today. we had fire weather this afternoon. and so that area just get wind at night. so we've got to stay on the fight for overnight. and then we are it's actually expecting favorable weather tomorrow as well, which is again, great with higher humidity. absolutely. and >> just so everyone's on the same page. it's january, not june, not july, not august, not september. what does it say that we're dealing with a? huge fire like this in winter? >> i'm really glad you brought that up because you're absolutely right. it's january and we're fighting a fire in big sur, which is supposed to get the most rain anywhere in monterey county.nand it's
january. this is a sign of the times, says the new california and this means that we all need to be ready to evacuate at a moment's notice. not just in july, august or september, but now it turns out in january, december, the winter months is well, we just need to always stay vigilant. another sort of those crews doing a very good job and working very hard to try to >> limit the damage from this fire in monterey county. >> so still, juliet with cal fire. thank you so much for joining us here on kron. 4 news this sunday night. >> stay safe. compete, long fire season. if it's already starting now we're taking a live look outside right now here in san francisco and some of the smoke from that fire, the colorado fire that's burning in big sur is impacting our air quality here in the bay area. kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez here tonight to talk more about the conditions we're seeing here at home. >> and what you can expect as you head out the door first thing in the morning. >> yeah, that's right. jonathan just seen certainly
notice smoky hazy skies out there throughout most of today because of that colorado fire burning in monterey county. let's take a look at current conditions out there right now at this 9 o'clock hour. 48 degrees and calm wind speeds in the single 5 miles per hour. barely anything. and we're seeing relative humidity still more than 50%, even at this late hour, just because of the very calm, dry conditions out there right now. cool forecast. certainly helping to keep that moisture and tension in place. even though we're not seeing much of a marine layer out there right now due to those northerly winds above average temperatures as well. but we're going to see northerly winds continuing on monday for monterey county, just 15 miles per hour. very breezy. and that's great news for us here in the bay area because winds out of the north shift from north to south. so not really expecting a lot of smoke and ash impacting the bay area tomorrow like it did today.
moderate air particles, though, will continue. still going to see some smoke and haze not going to be as bad. but still, you do have any pulmonary or respiratory issues, limit outdoor activity as much as you can tracking very calm wind speeds out there right now for your bay area forecast monday, only going to see gusts upwards of 20 miles per hour or less before north bay valleys and mountains. going to see another offshore wind storm where we are going to see sustained winds 20 to 30 miles per hour starting tuesday afternoon through tuesday night with gusts in the highest peaks of our north bay mountains, upwards of 40 miles per hour less. so fortunately below that wind advisory level threshold and certainly not going to be as gusty as what we saw friday into saturday. we're under wind advisories and high wind warnings. temperatures out there right now. already cooling down into the 40's for inland valleys in the east and north bay mid 50's for downtown san francisco. but petaluma 41 degrees. so nearly a 15 degree
difference. details ahead in your upcoming work week. forecast. and when we're finally going to see rain returned to the bay area in just a few minutes. back to you. jonathan. just seen risa. thank you so much. coming up tonight, the fda is considering putting a limit on a certain type of >> covid-19. treatment go over. exactly which treatment is and who this applies to. >> will hear from folks trying to prevent the historic castro theater from becoming a live event venue.
>> right now, oakland police are investigating a shooting that happened this afternoon just after 4 o'clock that happened on east 12th street and fruitvale avenue. police found a victim in the area of 30rd avenue and international boulevard. this is citizen app. video of the scene. the victim did go to the hospital. police are still looking for suspects. also in oakland, police say an armed robbery happened this morning around 10, 30 on international boulevard when police arrived. the suspect, they say was trying to escape. they were able to detain him. the investigation here is still underway. anyone with information is asked to call police funeral service is set to get underway tomorrow morning for the alameda county sheriff's recruit. >> killed in the freeway shooting services for david winds set to get underway at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning at cornerstone fellowship church in livermore. kron 4 will stream the service on the kron on app. you may remember that the 28 year-old was driving
home from work earlier this month when someone shot into his car to the bay bridge toll plaza. the wind was just a month away from starting his career as the alameda county sheriff's deputy investigators tonight still searching for this shooter and what led up to the shooting. a $10,000 reward is on the table for information leading to an arrest in the prosecution of his killer. >> it's time now check of our forecast as we take a live look outside here at san francisco international airport. as we get ready for an exciting week ahead. that's right. another warm day across the bay area. kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez here tonight with a look at just how high temperatures got. yeah, we actually cool down a little bit today compared to yesterday, especially those of you in santa rosa. >> you had record breaking heat yesterday in the mid 70's cooling down nearly 10 degrees today. but still 10 degrees above average. 67 degrees when you should be at 58 degrees. most of the bay area. 48 degrees above average as well.
9 or gang city hall still celebrating last night's forty-niners win. can't wait for the showdown next weekend when they take on the rams. i love a good socal nor cal battle. always fun. let's take a look at radar for. we are tracking very dry, calm conditions, marine layer, nonexistent, not even seeing low or high clouds out there right now. and temperatures certainly starting to plummet, especially for those of you in livermore in our east bay valleys, already in the low 40's mid low 50's. for those of you in san jose's a little bit milder their but downtown san francisco still at 55 degrees. thanks to that westerly sea breeze. so we are seeing overnight lows tonight. slightly cooler than last night. mid 30's for santa rose at 37 degrees. upper 30's for conquered and livermore. a little bit milder around the bay area shoreline with downtown san francisco at 45 degrees for your overnight lows. but daytime highs tomorrow going to return to seasonable averages for the coast and east bay shoreline.
59 degrees for downtown san francisco. hayward only warming up to 62 degrees, but we're still going to remain about 5 degrees above average for warmest inland valleys, including san jose and santa rosa. 64 to 65 degrees for your afternoon highs. so we're going to end january on a dry note. but then starting tuesday, february first, what a great way to start the next month. actually going to see rain returning to the bay area. tuesday's storm looking very impressive and it's going to continue through wednesday as well. snow showers to the sierra much needed rain for a bay area forecast as well. no word yet on the exact rain totals. but definitely does stop those umbrellas and rain boots because we're going to need it starting next month. back to you. jonathan. just seen. >> thank you. tensions are growing u.s.. russia appears to be edging closer tune of asian against ukraine. president biden now reportedly considering american troops and firepower to the region as it begins evacuating members of the u.s. embassy in
ukraine. alexandra limon has the latest developments from our washington, dc bureau. >> good evening. the british government says it has intelligence that russia is plotting to overthrow the government in ukraine and replace it with leaders who are supportive of the kremlin. >> we've been warning about just this kind of tactic for weeks, more than 120,000 russian troops are stationed along ukraine's border on cnn state of the union, secretary of state antony blinken said the united states will not tolerate any russian forces entering ukraine. that would trigger a swift. >> a severe and united response from us and from europe. >> american officials say a russian invasion of ukraine would be the most serious threat to global peace since world war 2, if he's able to go into ukraine and there's very little push-back from the united states or from nato, it allows him to move into other countries in eastern europe
while urging diplomacy. the u.s. says nato will not meet russian demands to be in ukraine from future membership. russia's other demands include that nato pull back forces from eastern europe. the kremlin denies it is plotting to overthrow ukraine's leader here at home. some like congressman michael mccaul say the u.s. shouldn't wait to find out. it's getting very aggressive. >> the noose is tightening around ukraine. president zelinsky, as you mentioned, said he wants the sanctions now. but secretary blinken says the u.s. would lose leverage of sanctions are implemented too soon. and the biden administration says it is already acting by sending aid to ukraine. that includes about 200 million dollars worth of what's called lethal aid or military equipment that ukraine has just received. >> in washington, alexandra limon. recent data firm, zillow shows available housing inventory has significantly dropped over the past 2 years.
data shows listings plunged across the u.s. by a record 40.5%. >> these numbers are not as dramatic in the bay area, but they're still significant. >> for the bay area, san francisco in san jose were down about a 5th from this time last year in terms of active listings. >> the drop in availability paired with a high demand from buyers is leading to home prices to steadily rise. experts say home values have risen by about 17% over the last year. a shortage of school bus drivers in several states. has those states turning to federal troops for help? at least 9 states are asking for national guard troops to help transport kids to school as worker shortages continue during the pandemic. 5 states in the northeast, one in the upper midwest and 3 in the southwest have asked for assistance. driver shortages have even for some maryland schools to go back to remote
approved the legislation thursday. the bill could also bring restrictions for google's search engine, which hosts about 90% of the world web searches. critics say the bill would harm consumers and businesses who use the tech company's services. the committee investigating the january 6th riot on capitol hill has been talking with former attorney general william barr. barr was a staunch supporter of former president donald trump until he resigned over trump's election claims. now today it came out that they are concerned that the former president use the military to promote the, quote, big lie that the election results were false. the committee also wants to find opt if the doj was aware of a proposal to seize voting machines in the wake of trump's loss. >> for your money tonight, the 2022 tax filing season set to get underway tomorrow. and according to the irs, expect things to be a little bit more
complicated this year because of the ongoing covid-19 pandemic. the agency says it is dealing with an unprecedented backlog because of an understaffed workforce because of the pandemic. in addition to that, there are several new issues for taxpayers to get through folks who are eligible to receive child tax credits and have received advanced payments through the covid-19 relief package could actually see a smaller return tax day. this year is on april. 18th. meanwhile, the minimum wage for federal workers will jump to $15 an hour starting next sunday. according to the biden administration, it's a pay raise for nearly 67,000 federal workers, many of them civilian workers at military bases. but the list also includes co workers at federal facilities and wildland firefighters. the biden harris administration is hoping that as the country's largest employer, the federal government will set an example. labor secretary marty walsh announced a new program to improve job quality that goes beyond the minimum wage
increase. that would also include paid parental leave and more opportunities for women, people of color and in underserved communities across the country. >> and looking to get away on your full sierra forecast. coming up after the break. and also your bay area forecast for the upcoming workweek ahead. stay tuned.
>> tonight, there are concerns about the future of the castro theater here in san francisco today, movie lovers held a demonstration urging the owners of the historic theater to keep it. >> just as it is, a theater has just revealed a new partnership to remodel the venue and plans to reinvented as a live event. space kron four's gayle ong has the details. >> movie lovers left messages on the sidewalk outside san francisco's historic castor theater at its very best. this is, you know, >> the best place to see a movie in san francisco been coming to the castro theater for about 50 years. and i'm very concerned that they will be showing movies anymore or film festivals have been coming to the film festivals in particular long time to vote like bruce oats are concerned about changes to the venue. >> after the theater announced a new partnership to bring shows to the neighborhood and reinvent the theater has a live event venue. the theater's owners are working with planet entertainment to upgrade and modernize the
building. we're not against change. >> what word against is the lack of communication. that's why michael patrol is speak out sunday afternoon. >> calling on the owners to keep showing movies. according to a statement that theater plans to host live music and comedy shows and community events. the theater will still screen select movies were nervous because they haven't held a town hall meeting to explain directly to us if they have a commitment to keep showing the silent films, the gate films we won, know if they will guarantee. >> continue drag queen shows here are the threat of losing the casters film programming. when reps has already taken such a sustained beating here in san francisco is >> especially here in, you know, sort of its the grandest place of its expression is wildly concerning to know those of us who i love the castro specifically but in general. >> there are plans to improve the sound system lighting and the iconic marquee along with
tech upgrades. the grand reopening has been proposed for 2023 kron. 4 reached out to the castro theater for comment on sunday's demonstration but have not yet heard back in san francisco, gayle ong kron. 4 news the time. now. let's take a live look at conditions along the golden gate bridge this sunday night as we wrap up yet another weekend here in the bay area. our meteorologists will respond guess is here with what we can expect this week. yeah, it's going to be looking great. still a little bit to drive, but all that's going to change in february. we're going to see that storm door reopen. >> from now, until then, though, enjoy the dry and mild conditions, especially for those of you in our valley, san francisco interna1ional airport. >> looking great out there this evening. and even or sierra snow packed even though we haven't had many showers throughout the last couple of weeks, especially snow showers averaging 111% of normal. so great to see snow still lingering over this year, even
though we had a little bit of a dry spell. but like i mentioned, all that going to change for the first week of february, believe it or not, so excited that storm is going to reopen with radar for right now. tracking very calm, dry conditions throughout this year. a few high clouds for the start of your workweek monday there. your getaway monday. for those of you lucky enough to head to south lake tahoe. 47 degrees. mid 40's as well. for those of you in truckee. but then we're going to see a bit of a roller coaster ride. temperatures dipping on tuesday, still staying sunny in the low 40's, then warming back up into the mid 40's by wednesday and your bay area forecast starting to notice. cool temperatures there. check out half moon bay. 43 degrees and we're seeing downtown san francisco in the mid-fifties because of that light westerly breeze, alameda as well at 54 degrees with the widespread 40's for most of our east bay and north bay valleys. napa petaluma and avato pretty uniform numbers all at 43 degrees as you step
outside for your sunday night. so make sure to bundle up this evening. going to be a little bit chillier than last night with temperatures tomorrow, widespread low to mid 60's away from the bay area coastline. but we are going to return to near average for downtown san francisco in half moon bay. 59 degrees with low 60's throughout most of the east bay shoreline. very seasonable temperatures there in the low 60's. but mid 60's for fremont san jose and even santa rosa nevado about 3 to 5 degrees above average. because remember, it's winter so we should be in the upper 50's to low 60's. still tracking mid 60's, though, for your start of the workweek forecast tuesday, a little bit cooler, breezy winds along the north, though, going to help temperatures stay on the mild side for those of you in the north bay. really just 40 miles per hour, below advisory level, but just a heads up there, calmer and warmer conditions for most of the bay area. as we warm up once again into the mid 60's. back to you, jonathan. just risa. thank you from coast to coast. folks are remembering bay area
native. michelle go. you may remember. >> she was tragically killed more than a week ago when someone pushed her in front of a moving subway train in new york city. and now her image is shining bright at the crossroads of the world amid some renewed efforts to stop aap, i hate the person who pushed her. >> has been arrested, but activists now want her death investigated as a hate crime. reporter jean king spoke with an artist who created this billboard. that's in times square. >> michelle go's life remembered forever through this artwork displayed on massive billboards at new york's times square vigils on the east coast in san francisco for the 40 year-old who was killed after a homeless man pushed her onto the subway tracks madness 61 year-old simon marshall charged with second-degree murder in the random attack. we all deserve to be safe. illustrator jonathan chain drew the images of the bay area native, along with images of many victims of racially motivated violence. he spoke for the first time on the condition. we don't show his
face because of ongoing asian hate and he wanted to focus on the victims of these violent crimes. >> i actually feel like in the way. i do try to. get through this by, you know, paying tributes to these victims in a way where, you know, i feel so powerless that we could have helped them in their time of need. you know, some something about like when i'm drawing these portraits. i feel like, you know, i'm honoring them in the way and i'm hoping share their stories like, you know, some of victims like they'll never die as long as we we remember what happened to the murder story. >> chang lives in los angeles. his main job creating illustrations for entertaining clients, but his passion project over the past year, although emotionally draining has given him new meaning, you know, my intention for drawing. these is just to raise awareness. >> on the stories are happening and i just want people to know that. >> you know, asian hate israel, like, you know, this is something that's going to happen. our community right now.
>> those gene kang reporting for us tonight. we'll turn now to our covid-19 coverage in the food and drug administration could soon be limiting mani monoclonal antibody treatments for covid-19 cases. according to reports, the treatments have not been effective against the omicron variant because of that. the national institute of health recently called on clinics to advise patients against these treatments. the cdc says nearly 100% of new cases of coronavirus are from the omicron variant. however, there are some governors, including florida's ron desantis and texas governor greg abbott who remain supporters of the monoclonal antibody treatments. while the fda has now extended the use of the antiviral drug remdesivir for treatment of mild to moderate covid-19 symptoms. >> the medicine receive of received emergency use authorization in the 1st half of 2020 back. then it was only % for folks in the hospital. in hospitals with severe covid-19
symptoms later in 2020, it was approved for use for anyone 12 and older friday. the agency expanded to include everyone who test positive for the disease but is not hospitalized and he's suffering from mild to moderate symptoms and is at high risk of severe illness. patients can receive the medicine through an iv for a period of 3 days. >> an estimated 20,000 people gathered on the steps of the lincoln monument in washington, dc today to protest nationwide vaccine mandates most of the crowd was on masks and several guests who were speaking there. they attempted to undermine the science of vaccines. police say no arrests were made. no significant incidents were reported during the pills. court has said that to southern california counties violated the constitution. >> when they shut down gun stores early on in the pandemic. the 9th circuit court says that la and ventura counties classification of gun and ammo stores as non-essential violated the
second amendment. the decision reverses 2 lower court rulings which said that gun stores were not exempt from local shutdown orders. officials for la and ventura counties have not yet said if they plan to bring the case before the supreme court. the surge in omicron cases is now forcing the food and drug administration to put off domestic inspections until february 4th. the fda says it will still provide effective oversight of food safety, drugs, medical products and tobacco. in the interim, the agency says it will use remote assessment tools and import operations. surveillance instead of in-person inspections. they say they will proceed with previously planned for an inspections, but others will be rescheduled and they plan to return back to regular operations for foreign surveillance. some time in april. >> new zealand is now implementing new covid restrictions, which is forcing the country's prime minister to postpone her own wedding. prime minister jacinda arden announced the new code red
restrictions that will go into effect tomorrow. this means residents will have to wear masks and there will be a limit on group gatherings. there are only 9 cases of omicron confirmed in the country. but this is their first outbreak of the variant. e prime minister says she feels for everyone whose plans have been affected by the pandemic. i just joined many other new zealand is to have had an experience like that as a result of the painting may contain any one who is caught up in that scenario. i'm so sorry, but we are all sort of resilient. and i know we understand that we doing this for one another. and i know that will help continue on. about 93% of all the residents in new zealand are fully vaccinated against covid. >> chinese officials are asking folks in beijing to help limit the spread of covid-19 as the city gets ready to welcome olympic athletes, residents in so-called risk areas of the city are being asked not to leave. many are urged to stay away from large gatherings,
cases of omicron in beijing. nowhere near the level of what we're seeing here in the united states yesterday, beijing identified just 9 new transmitted cases. china, though, not taking any chances. athletes are now required to remain in very strict bubble during the games and the general public is not allowed to attend at all. the winter olympics are set tn get underway next friday. right kron 4 dot com. you can find the latest covid-19 headlines. just get the qr code on your screen and you'll be directed to our website. sports is on the way. a crest on crazy divisional playoff weekend in the nfl. plus, the warriors and jazz coming down to the wire yet again. kate rooney has the highlights in sports.
whether time tonight a live look at the transamerica pyramid in downtown san francisco. on this sunday night. incredible night as we get ready to put a bow on yet another weekend here in the bay area. it's the last full week in january of 2022. february starts next week next week and believe it. our meteorologists resort because is here with what we can expect. >> and our next chance of rain is going to hold out until next month. >> yeah, that's right. so we are going to notice very dry conditions out there. as we wrap up january and we're seeing radar for very calm, quiet night out there right now. not even tracking any lower high clouds. temperatures, though, for the
most part, going to be noticeably chillier tonight because of the calmer winds, lack of blanket of cloud cover. we are tracking downtown san francisco in the mid-fifties the mile. this city out there right now in the bay area with the coolest city livermore at 41 degrees. so nearly a 15 degree difference because of those calm westerly breezes. but low temperatures tonight, widespread low to mid 40's, but we're going to be even chillier for those of you in concord and livermore in the upper 30's with mid 30's. for those of you in santa rosa. 37 degrees for your overnight lows and high temperatures tomorrow. we're going to see seasonal weather return for those of you in downtown san francisco in half moon bay in the upper 50's with low 60's for oakland and hayward mid 60's for san jose and santa rosa says still about 45 degrees above average for our warmest inland valleys. but the good news is that we are going to see a change in the weather pattern because on tuesday, february, 1st, about 9 days from now, we are going
to see the arrival of some rain returning to the bay area coastline becoming more widespread by tuesday afternoon. and then even through wednesday, it's going to get even stronger. we're going to see widespread moderate rain, not only that, but we're also tracking snow showers for this year as well too early to tell with just how much rain totals we're going to see and just how much snow are expected to get. but it's great to see the model's finally coming into agreement with tuesday's storm into wednesday, looking even stronger and even continuing through wednesday night as well. that storm door going to remain open. so really looking forward to that pattern change the next couple of days. here's a look at your 7 day forecast as we wrap up january. we are going to see, though, a lot of sunshine, some clouds increasing by friday and saturday of this upcoming week, still very dry outlook. but the good news is finally, i get to share some rain returning to the bay area, which i know has us all
very excited. jonathan, just seen all be back at 10 o'clock with your 10 at 10 outlook in just a few minutes. back to you. all right, marissa, we'll see you then. >> meanwhile, an athlete with just one leg know inspiring others to step out of their comfort zones. nashville resident amy breen was born with only one leg because of a birth defect. but in spite of her perceived physical limitations. amy quickly discovered a love for boxing in cross fit. >> after competing in her first adaptive crossfit games. she made it into the top 3. >> i think it tells other people honestly like that as cheesy as the sound to anyone can do it because i didn't grow up. ashley athletic. i didn't have like something. gene. that was like, yeah, you can do this. i just started to make conscious, really small effort every day to like push myself a little bit more uncomfortable. >> it was just last week that amy competed in the wood up a loose, a crossfit games in miami and she placed first the adaptive division.
>> and now kron 4 sports. >> some people are calling this the best weekend of playoff football we've ever had ever. we're going to get to that. but you think the nba is going to stop just because a few nfl kickers had their seasons on the line? no. so let's talk. >> warriors a big one tonight at chase center. the utah jazz were in town in a possible postseason preview. steph curry without his splash brother. klay thompson was a late scratch due to some knee soreness. hope nothing serious. >> late in the second more years of one jordan poole drops jordan clarkson and hits the 3 20 points in the game for pole. he's been stepping it up when needed this season. 4th quarter now, 2 point warriors lead pull shot doesn't go this time but come on. loney puts it back in 10 points for the big man. curry fired up for that. so we go to the final seconds of the game. bojan bogdanovic is 3. it out
and the put back will not fall as time expires. so the warriors hang on to win. 94 92 a really close game. all right. now to the nfl divisional playoffs today. rams at bucs tom brady looking to get back to yet another super bowl. the bucks back from a 27 to 3 deficit. brady goes deep to mike evans. that in for a 55 yard. touchdown in tampa would eventually tie it at 27 27. but that stafford rallied his team help from his favorite target cooper kupp making the 44 yard catch down to the bucs 12. so that day can win it from 30 yards out and his kick is good. the rams advance to the nfc championship final score 30 to 27. they will now take on the forty-niners for the right to go to the super bowl in the nfc championship. that game is next sunday at sofi stadium in
l a s. >> all right. we go to the afc now bills at chiefs, buffalo up 3 with just over a minute left. this is a crazy finish. patrick mahomes over the middle to tyreek hill. turns on the jets. and he is gone even gives the defense the peace sign as he goes in for the 64 yard. touchdown. 33, 29 teams. but back come the bill. 17 seconds left. josh allen. but gabriel davis from 19 yards out. it's 36. 33 bills with 13 seconds left. >> but believe it or not, that was too much time from the homes. a 25 yard completion and travis kelsey put kansas city in field goal range harris and butler from 49 yards out makes the kick a 36. 36 tie and we are headed to overtime. the chiefs won the toss and got the ball first and so mahomes didn't even give allen a chance hitting kelsey. >> for the game winning touchdown. buffalo's offense to even get the chance to touch the ball in ot and the chiefs win it. 42 to 36. so
on the run. authorities were looking for them in the cold night there in pennsylvania. news of the missing monkeys jumping on the highway. quickly spread. >> i was a strong to my phone and i saw people posting about it. and those pretty weird. my mom came into my room and asked me asked me to help go look for the monkeys. everyone's talking about it. pretty much shuts. talk of the town now. >> so these are lab monkeys. they were being taken to missouri and they were telling folks if you come in contact with the lab, monkeys don't don't try to do anything to us. let him be will come find them in good news that they have been able to do so in pennsylvania. the monkey threat now over. it's getting the house. i have to go out. come out. stubborn husky. get inside. you're such sometimes,
hey. >> larry, the husky does not like to be told what to do, especially when it gets to spend some time in the snow. his owner posted this video to social media clearly frustrated with his stubborn dog. the video the owner says it's about, quote, negative 30 degrees outside. it's getting larry, that doesn't really seem to care. come out. >> he's a >> i'm trying to control my anger. >> okay. this is teddy. a furious who is going viral for just taking out. all is rage on some amazon packages. his owner started posting the videos of his out of control dog on tiktok. he doesn't know if his dog hates the packages or hates amazon or just really has something against cardboard. >> excited about what's inside of it. thanks. it. streets.
really going at it. >> you know alb right. we are also on baby watch tonight. these are live pictures from big bear where jackie, the bald eagle is caring for her first egg of 2022, the ugly yesterday. according to the group friends of big bear valley, they are expecting another egg to come as soon as tuesday or sometime shortly after baby bald eagle watchers pip watch begins february 26th jack inter's mate shadow late 5 mixed together last year. unfortunately, none of them hatched. pray for praying for a better outcome this year for them. >> that's a live picture we they want to wake her up. wake up. but you stay awake, though, for kron. 4 news don't don't roof, also not. know, we've got much more ahead. coming up at 10. >> see you then.
tend kind of the last thing we're expecting. >> and we've had a wet winter it's it's usually the quiet for fires. >> and it's it's heartbreaking. >> tonight at 10 o'clock, hundreds of people are evacuated in monterey county because of a rare january fire. that's burning near big sur tonight and smoke from that fire is having an impact on us here in the bay area. thank you so much for joining us here during kron. 4 news at 10. i'm justine waltman. i'm jonathan mccall right now. cal, fire crews and a number of fire agencies are still on the ground trying to battle the colorado fire which broke out friday night. >> some good news in that firefight tonight. we've learned that the number of acres burned has now been lowered down to just 700. that's down from an initial report. a 1500. >> also tonight, we learned that fire crews have now contained at least 35% of this fire kron four's amanda hari got a chance to talk with groups now working to help