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gray when you should be sitting. the city lights down below. nice to see that change of pace that certainly going to work in our favor as we're venturing outside for your commute, 30's and 40's for current temperatures. it is indeed a cold start dublin. you're sitting at 34 degrees right now. santa rosa down in. 33 just above freezing napa at 35 stone. forget the extra layers going to come in handy. but will you need few extra minutes? reyna harvey is standing by with a look at that. good every back rain and it is great to be back and it's great to get you to work on time this morning. >> if you're leaving the house, we're not tracking any major delays. so that's the good news. if you're traveling from the east bay into the city, it will be about an 8 minute drive as you're heading into the city from the maze right there. also along 5.80, to 80. i don't see any major delays are traveling through richmond, san pablo, him reveal in berkeley heading across towards the peninsula about a 30 minute drive for you there at this hour. getting a look at a richmond. sandra fell commute as you
travel out of richmond across towards center fell about 8 minutes for you. there at a look at the golden gate bridge. 19 minutes as you're traveling. 37 to the tolls will have more traffic coming up. but for now, james, we'll send it over to you. good enough. rain, a thank you much at 5 o'clock. let's get to our top story this morning, california continuing to show some promising signs that the omicron wave is slowing down, has infection rates and hospitalizations are still falling. >> recently, the state saw an average of more than 87,000 cases reported more than 15,000 people in the hospital with positivity rates down slightly from earlier this week dropping to 18.7% right now just over 81% of californians are fully vaccinated as the number of positive cases decreases questions about mandates are increasing. and we're now past the peak of the omicron wave. so the state's mask mandate how much longer will stay in effect? it scheduled to expire on february 15th. the kron four's rob nesbitt has some insights from health officers in marin and alameda counties.
>> omicron spread quickly at first quadrupling in a week in some places. now that we're finally seeing a decline. health experts don't want to slow that process down by easing restrictions. there have been a lot of positive cases last 2 months, but not a lot of positive outlook when it comes to omicron in marin county, the berrien finally started to trend downward after january. 4th. >> but it's not a fast process. according to health officer doctor matt willis, our case rates are going down more slowly than you know, we're now seeing about 200, 50 cases on average per day in marin county. >> and that's been the stable number for the past 3 or 4 days down 40% from the peak of omicron alameda county health officer doctor nicholas moss says omicron also peek at the beginning of the month. he's now paying attention to hospitalizations which tend to lag behind case numbers repeat with our hospitalizations. we are very similar to where we were in it with loss. surge before the first positive
omicron case in the country was discovered in san francisco, the watershed, the santa clara county detected the variant doctor. sara cody says the vaccines help prevent hospitalizations, but they weren't 100% effective. and that's where we pair it >> so if you wear a mask and everyone around, you wears a mask about where a very important layer of >> protection masks are still required indoors, regardless of vaccination status until at least february 15th. the one across on the decline health officers in the bay area say it would be a mistake to lift mandates. now we do not want to threaten the progress that we've achieved through those behaviors to those i can assure gifting them staying the course for the next few weeks, but with a positive outlook, we will have a chance hopefully, you know, as we have done over time throughout the pandemic, remove more and more the restrictions. health officers are also seeing a new subvariant of omicron called ba 2. they say that it doesn't seem to be that different from omicron when it comes to spread and cause of severe
disease in san francisco. i'm rob nesbitt. kron. 4 news. >> well, the california department of public health has confirmed that there are 11 cases of the new omicron subvariant here in the state with at least 2 cases being reported in santa clara county. >> they're dubbing it the stealth omicron health experts don't believe that this new strain is causing any more severe disease than the original. but the world health organization says it's monitoring the situation noting that they are detecting it in some other parts of the world as well. well, new this morning, the city of berkeley has announced new covid vaccine and booster mandates for certain businesses. proffers camila barco joining us live this morning with more on what this will mean for locals. good morning, camilla. >> good morning, james. starting next month, employers that certain businesses in berkeley must be up to date on their vaccinations and the city's health officer is also requiring these businesses to require customers to be fully vaccinated. so starting february 7 customers must show
proof of vaccination. this means that they must be fully vaccinated before stepping inside businesses, nonprofits and other organizations, organizations. and that order applies to anyone who is 5 years or older. so you're good to go. if you are up to date on their vaccinations, including a booster shot, if you are eligible now, if you were recently eligible for the booster shot, you must be fully vaccinated by march 14 or within 60 days of becoming eligible. now that some of those businesses that was talking about include bars, theaters, entertainment venues, gyms, and any other large indoor event, we 500 or more people. the city's health officer says that these are the places where the virus can spread easily. and by staying up to date on the vaccine's, people are less likely to get infected. now, the city of berkeley is also ordering all employees at venues in the city to be up to date on their vaccinations. starting february 7 workers at these places on your screen. let's tap their covid vaccinations
and their booster shot. if they are eligible. so this includes restaurants and other places where there food or drains gyms, indoor events of 500 or more people, adult care facilities, day programs, dental offices, pharmacies home health care, and home health care workers and all childcare facilities, whether they're public or private. and this applies to all employees, contractors and volunteers who work at these ideas. other questions about says if you're you're up to date on her vaccinations. now, europe today in your vaccinations. it's been lesson 5 months since you got your pfizer or moderna shot you or you got your 3rd dose at least 5 months after your second shot. you're also up to get on your vaccinations. it spent less than 2 months since you got your johnson and johnson vaccine or you've got the second dose of any brand, at least 2 months after that gate and j shot. so people in berkeley might want to check
your vaccination card. see if you are up to date on your vaccines. james, to you. alright, camila, thank you very much. >> 5, 0, 6, on the clock. and happening today, we have cvs pharmacies that are inside target stores. they're going to start distributing free n 95 masks to customers. the drug company says that masks are limited to just 3 per person while supplies last all the stores will be posting signs to indicate that the masks are now available. it's all part of the federal retail pharmacy program. all these masks are being provided free of charge by the federal government. the forty-niners are going have another day of practice today as they prepare to face the rams in the nfc championship game on sunday this morning, we have updates from the players ahead of the game and that's what kron four's will tran is following for us live from levi's stadium morning. will. >> good morning, james. here's what you need to know. it looks like the niners should be at full strength. it's a practice to practice yesterday. trent williams, he's probably the mvp of the
team because with no line jimmy g can't throw and they can't run and they are famous for ground and pound and he is arguably their best offensive lineman. he did not practice yesterday. they will need him once they leave levi stadium to go down to southern california where the game is on sunday afternoon where they are very familiar, of course, with the la rams. just looking at some of the odds right now, james, it is fifty-fifty. some people say the when others say the forty-niners will win. well, history is on the forty-niners side. they won for the 6th time in a row. the last time they met. they're hoping for 7 on sunday. we'll just have to wait and see regardless. so there are so many subplots of this game, james, including should the niners lose and we'll just have to wait and see how it plays out. will this be jimmy g's last game in 9 years uniform jimmy g he fully knows what's going on in society and sports culture. here's what he had to say about performing with all eyes on him.
>> think just knowing knowing yourself and knowing where you are plays a big part of that because, you know, if you get lost in and start believe in some of those things that could take you down the wrong road. so. think it's just yourself as a player as a person. as long as these guys in this locker room, i have faith in me and believed in me. that's all i really care about. faithful that travel i mean, it's when you can get your fans behind you like that on a road game and we knew it. i mean, before the game even started, there's a lot of red. you can see it. but once we start making plays may start getting loud, just change the momentum of the game. i think. >> it certainly does. because in week 18 supposedly deebo samuels said that the rams pumpkin their own crowd noise because they did not have rams fans in attendance. not like this sea of red that we saw from the forty-niners traveling and that wasn't even the nfc championship game. early guesses right now. and
there are so many 3rd party sites that are selling the tickets. james, it looks like 65% of the people in attendance will be wearing red. so that's >> 2 thirds of the crowd there. rooting for the niners, even though this is a road game right now. james, i know that you're big on this. it the spread still hold at 3 and a half for the 9 or so. they're being spotted 3 and a half points. meaning if the rams are a slight favorite, although when you get 3 points for home team, it's basically a pickup game, which is why depending on who you ask me what my say. rams one might say 9 years shen and says it's us because he is looking for number 7 and it looks like he owns the rams. james, we'll hear more from the players coming up at 6 o'clock. >> you know, it's hilarious. and we did. we had a sound bite from a fan earlier who was heading down to l a 65% with the latest projections that actually more than was in attendance. i think back on january 9th or at least more than what was expected them to. if we take over that stadium, will so far, i will
forever be known as our little vacation stadium down there. la for the niners. >> how impressive is that? well, with photoshop out there, you've seen the levi's logo on top of so far. so thanks to photoshop. people have already said that as well. so if they will try to make the rams feel like there are in a road game. i mean, the last time you meet was week 18, james? yeah. matthew stafford had to go to a silent count where you get to the line and you can even say your doubled because they can't hear you cry. so they treated like a road game when they were at home and they should be even louder this time when the sea of red will be traveling down, there won't be cheap. it will be at the airport tomorrow. we'll talk to the fans just like we saw the fans last week. take up to green bay, james. they traveled what it was negative, 10 degrees wind southern california. are you kidding me? their car pool down no doubt, sunny and 70 is going to be or even those an interstate in. but nonetheless, going to be beautiful. >> will thank you very much. i like the idea being at the
airport tomorrow. that's going to be a lot of fun. we'll track a chat with will here in just a little bit as we continue to follow the latest. we've got to take a quick break. we'll be back with more, though, in a minute. >> because just ahead, we're going to hear from governor gavin newsome with his latest announcement, a proposed spending bill if it went up 10 billion dollars on electric vehicles. why he says this could help with climate change. plus, controversy at a new drug recovery center in the 10 to one of san francisco after reports of drugs being used out in the open. we'll have that story as well. and then overseas, the u.s. and nato, well, they're taking a close look at ukraine now with the russia's latest proposal being rejected. we're going to hear the latest from washington. and we are going to be seeing conditions today that are nice and clear from start to finish. not a foggy morning like we've been seeing the past couple of mornings. >> daytime highs in the 60's. i've got details in your forecast.
>> 5.15, is the time. let's get you caught up quickly on the latest with the fire burning down santa cruz. you can see here your big sur actually the wildfire now 60% contained. so it's actually gone up from yesterday. so there's an improvement there better than halfway. there. >> still holding the size of 700 acres. so it hasn't grown so good on that front. investigators say this was sparked by a prescribed burn that got out of control. they were trying at the time last friday night, too.
>> you know, clear out some dry brush. but then the winds picked up and they really started gusting. and that's what caused this fire to get out of hand. and causing evacuations in the scene that we're seeing this morning. hopefully they'll continue to make progress because as i understand, i don't think the winds are going to be coming back, at least not in the short term. john's been following that. good morning, john. dry offshore winds don't look like as much of a thing in the rest of this forecast. if anything. >> going to be trading it in with a little bit of a cooler forecast in the days to come today and tomorrow being the more mild in on the warmer side of things you can see quite hour filtering in and out of that read back to its normal color. that's for the forty-niners right there. getting this in the spirit on this clear morning. unlike the past few days, when you could see much of quite hours because it was just so shrouded in fog. we'll continue to be clear throughout the course of this morning. and that's going to make for really nice travel weather, the easiest commute of the week so far now as we move into tomorrow, you will notice an increase in cloud cover. cloud cover stays with us, likely through the
weekend. so from today's crystal clear skies to partly cloudy to mostly cloudy on into friday saturday and sunday. now i had been hoping for a switch up into next week. that would bring us some rainfall. but it looks like all our forecast models are projecting anyways that this high pressure ridge is going to continue to stay in place. keeping us dry and your first week week of february winds, certainly a lot calmer than they have been today, which is a very nice know, as we've already talked about. and today's temperatures also a very nice note climbing well into the 60's at the coastline and for our base shore and inland areas climbing into the mid to upper 60's at times for the south bay, just as warm as it was yesterday. santa clara campbell, san jose and milpitas each at 67 degrees. hayward union city down to fremont in the mid 60's while looking at temperatures in the mid to low 60's across the east bay shoreline into our inland east bay area's the lady own benicia. 62 degrees each well. santa rosa, comfortable 65 today. and tomorrow, definitely the
warmest of the forecast. we start to gradually cool down a little bit after that. and by the start of february next tuesday, we're in the upper 50's. some cloud cover over the weekend but will have bright enough skies through the clouds overall conditions stay dry with no chance of change just yet in that department. reyna harvey back with us this morning. and she's got a look at your roads. yeah, good morning, john. it's good to see you. >> and it's great to be back. we're tracking your traffic on this thursday. so no major hot spots. that's the good news at this hour. if you're traveling from the east bay into the city, the maze to that fremont street exit a little under 8 minutes for your drive time. they're traveling along 5, 18, 80. i don't see any accidents that i slowing you down this morning. so that's the good news there. san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula about a 12 minute drive for you as you're traveling. once you reach the peninsula, no delays along. want to one. 85 in menlo park about a 27 minute drive. we're not tracking any accidents along 17 or 82 along highway 4
here in one 60 to conquer to 42 about a 40 minute drive. and as you're traveling southbound 6.80, dublin to fremont the air. it will take you about 13 minutes to make it to 2.62. james, back to you. rain a thank you very much. coming up on 5.18, at 5.19, now. >> governor gavin newsome was at ford's silicon valley innovation center highlighting part of his climate change related budget. now the governor wants the state to spend 10 billion dollars over the next 5 years to invest in electric vehicles. and that includes funds for trucks and buses and charging stations and money to help low-income buyers purchase these cars. the plan is part of the governor's 37 billion dollars. climate change or climate action budget that aims to decrease the state's reliance on oil and gas. >> california is on the tip. of the spear in terms of the effects of climate change in extremes. but we also are on the leading edge of innovation, leading edge of addressing with a resilient
mindset, these anxieties not just for the country, but for the globe. >> well, the event came just hours before the state assembly budget committee began weighing the governor's overall spending plan and its first hearing. but the committee didn't take any action, but will the following the latest from sacramento. now let's go to dc with u.s.. officials saying that russia's latest demands when it comes to that ukraine and nato offered no real change to the current situation. so it's not getting much better. basil, john has been following it all for us from dc joining us now live with the update. good morning, basil. well, james, good morning. and yes, russia demanded a written message from the u.s.. >> and nato and now this latest message from them. both it possibly sets up this possibility of a war breaking out in europe. >> there's no change. there will be no change in a letter to the russian government. the u.s. refuses to give in to moscow's demands. we make
clear that there are core principles that we are committed to uphold and defend secretary of state antony blinken says the u.s. and nato will hold their policies in place and not allow russia to dictate how the situation is handled, including ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity and the right of states to choose their own security arrangements and allies. the u.s. has already delivered military assistance to ukraine with ammunition, an anti armor systems. more deliveries are expected in the days to come. blinken echoed the message that any military aggression into ukraine will be met with consequences and economic costs as part of our response. we're also prepared to impose export controls that will have a longer term effect. >> the 9 russia products that it needs to fulfill its key to have visions. >> and white house press secretary jen psaki says russian president vladimir putin needs to think about the consequences his country would face. that includes impacting >> business and economic interests of president putin and the leadership of the russian government.
>> now, blinken says the 8500 u.s. troops are still on standby as the u.s. continues. its push to resolve the situation through diplomacy reporting live in washington, i'm basil, john, we shall see what happens. thank you very much, basil. 5.21. the time we'll take a break. but coming up next on the kron, 4 morning news, a jewelry store owner fights back when thieves try to rob his store. >> we'll talk about the shocking details in that encounter encounter just ahead. and after the break, u.s. supreme court justice steven briar, he's retiring and democrats are promising to quickly fill the vacancy will tell you who could be up for
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big story this morning. supreme court justice steven briar is retiring. >> and now president biden will get to make his first supreme court pick since taking office. we know the past. he's pledged to fill that seat by naming the first black woman to the high court kron four's theresa has a look now at the short list of possible nominees. let the speculation race began. president biden now focused on placing his pick on the united states supreme court. >> following justice priors retirement from the bench, joe biden said when he was running for president that he was going to nominate a black woman. he was going to make a historical nomination of a black woman to the supreme court. there has not >> a black woman. there is a woman of color. sonia sotomayor is there and there have been women, but i think is going to stick to that pledge, which narrows the field down to a few people.
>> professor roy little with uc hastings law school says that if president biden does stick to that pledge, several names stand out. for example, one leading contender, california supreme court justice leondra kruger. >> i think we have a crew. there is absolutely fantastic. i think she would be great on the supreme court and i would applaud president biden if you were to nominate her. i think she would be confirmed. she is a moderate. she is not a a radical left. progressive type. she's a moderate democrat. she's got experience in front of the supreme court. she's obviously been on the california supreme court now for a number of years. so she'd be great. >> others on the shortlist. >> there are other nominees. there's a judge in dc who is also talented and has a lot of claim. and she clerked for justice briar. that particular judge judge ketanji jackson. there's a judge in south carolina has been nominated for the appellate court down there has said. and as melissa
mary melissa mary used a black woman who used to be the dean at berkeley, she is now in new york. >> court followers have also mention naacp legal defense fund professor sherrilyn eyeful little says with bryars early announcement he plans to leave after the session in june. president biden will have the time to get the votes he needs for confirmation to the court. terry says stasio kron 4 news. >> 5.27, the time. we'll take a break. coming up next on the kron 4 morning news. a gun rights group now suing the city of san jose over the controversial gun insurance law it recently passed. we'll tell you what mayor sam liccardo had to say in response. we'll be right. oh, wow, barbara corcoran! good morning. sorry, we don't need any business help now.
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we're back. it is 5.30, on the dot. let's get right to the weather center say good morning, john. find out about that forecast today on this thursday. good gorning, john. good morning, james. yes, thursday and looking good. we're off to a clear start as opposed to the fog that we had been seeing the past couple of mornings. you can see out there from our east bay hills camera all the way out to the peninsula. >> even out of the golden gate, if you look really closely now, conditions should remain fog free throughout the course of the morning. so some smooth sailing compared to where we've been with that lower visibility the past couple of days. our current temperatures anywhere from the 30's to 40's morgan hill through san jose up to fremont, livermore and dublin all down in the 30's right now. napa year. 35 in santa rosa, one of our coldest spots
along with dublin at 33 degrees. so definitely need the jackets this morning. well, you need the extra time as you get to work, though. reyna harvey is back with us and it's got a look at that. yeah, we always say it's good to give yourself a little extra time. so you're not running out of the door frantically for getting things. >> but for the most part, traffic has been pretty light. if you're traveling from the east bay right now heading into the city to that fremont street exit about an 8 minute drive. also along 5, 80 80, no accidents or delays at this hour. that's the good news for you. heading out of richmond across to war, sandra fell about 8 minute drive. i'm also not seeing any delays over on bart. if you're taking that this morning, san mateo bridge in across towards the peninsula, about 13 minutes for you. there. and let's get a look at 5, 80 80 is a traveling crockett towards the maze. about 15 minutes for your drive there. james, back to you. thank you very much. >> 5.31, bay area news. we're less than 10 days now since san francisco opened its new linkage center is part of its tenderloin emergency initiative. and there are
already reports of open drug use at that facility. somatic experts are now questioning how the center is supposed to be helping people cropper. second takes a look. >> play supposed to help people with recovery and wrap around services. now at the center of controversy as reports of drug use have surfaced at san francisco's new tenderloin linkage center within just 10 days of opening. the center is part of mayor london breed's tenderloin state of emergency declaration. and when asked about drug use their on wednesday, she didn't deny that it was happening. we can't control. >> who does or does not? you do do or do not use drugs at any given location. our whole point of why we set up this link its center is to meet people where they are and to try and get them the help and the support that they need. however, former addict and now recovery advocate tom wolf says the linkage center is doing the exact opposite in order to get somebody in recovery, you have to help find the right environment for them too. >> except that help. and how
are they going to do that? if the guy sitting next to smoking met? it's really, really hard. and it's already hard enough on the street to do that. why are we making this so hard in the mckay center to wolf walked the facility on tuesday and was disappointed by what he saw that walked over to this area. this outside courtyard that they fenced off. and you can kind of see to the fence and i looked and first thing i saw was 2 guys smoking fennel professor of psychiatry at stanford university. keith humphreys agrees. >> calling the center's mission and actions counter intuitive. what is the plan here? i is if they end up wanting to set up safe supervised drug consumption site, this is not the way to do. he would mix it with the center. we're trying to get people the treatment that should be somewhere else. that should be, you know, through what's going to be the easiest for people to access what is going to make you know, stay on a good path. >> and i just don't just a
disorganization. meanwhile, some addiction experts disagree calling the use of drugs. a reality went on the road to recovery. others have also questioned the legality of the site if illicit drug use is taking place. >> in san francisco, taylor kron. 4 news. >> well, in the south bay, one lawsuit has already been filed against the city of san jose. just one day after city leaders passed a controversial gun control law. the new law requires gun owners to have liability insurance and pay a fee. it's the first gun reform law of its kind to be passed in the u.s. and its aim is to promote safer gun ownership. the mayor says that officers will not take away guns unless there's a reasonable belief that it will be or has been used for violence. but opponents say the law violates their constitutional right to bear arms. >> the city of san jose is forcing citizens exercising a constitutional right to bear arms, particularly in their homes. they're taxing that and giving the tax money to
nonprofits to then use it for speech that we all know is going to be used to criticize that very constitutional right. i'm confident that we're going to emerge from this litigation. >> with an survives constitutional scrutiny and we'll be able to implement this. >> well, more lawsuits are likely to be filed. the ordinance does not specify how much the insurance will cost, but the annual fees collected from the ordinance will be used. they say, by non-profit organizations that are working to reduce gun violence. well, this morning, we're hearing the jewelry store owner who fought back against people who tried to rob his store. the sun update actually to a story we brought you yesterday morning right here on the kron. 4 morning news. this all happened at that and friend mall in san bruno and his security video showing people smashing a jewelry case with a crowbar and then the store's owner runs over. you can see him reaching for his belt. he actually pulls out a gun as you can see there and scares off the mask. man. >> it was a bad everybody is
giving the thumbs up, but he's not. i mean, i don't really feel good about it. i'm pretty hopeless at that moment. but i will feel have been able to see people are really, you know. time to protect themselves and others rather than just back off, you know. >> yeah, just after 2 should say just 2 days after that incident, a second jewelry store at the same all the time frame. all was also hit last month. governor gavin newsome and attorney general rob bonta announced steps to try to address the smash-and-grab theft. it was a three-part plan they introduced including bolstering local law enforcement response, ensuring prosecutors hold these perpetrators accountable. for your health this morning. health care coverage for a drug that treats all timers disease is at risk of being cut. that this could impact more than 6 million americans living with that disease last year. the food and drug administration approved the drug for the treatment of alzheimer's. it's called adam at a help. but the centers for medicare and medicaid services
is now considering cutting coverage of that drug. now, it only wants to cover the drug in clinical trials approved by the cms itself or by the national institutes of health. this is a bit concerning for biden. claudia, the era they live in oakland and at 53 years old but is living with alzheimer's and is in a current trial. the couple says that the medicine has given them back their life. >> we do know that. he seems to be in better spirits. he's, you know, we're both just enjoying life. a lot more and it's a lot. let's a lot more peace of mind. and that stress that's everything gives us hope for the future. so not having that is really frightening. >> and it is absolutely crucial that we not only develop more drugs as best as we can. >> but that we casts a shadow on the thidgs that are working now.
>> and the cms reported doubts about whether the possible benefits of at the helm outweigh the safety risks, which include headache, dizziness and potential. brain bleeds. but though, will stay in the trial and keep getting the drug for another year. after that, though, it's unknown what will happen next. we'll take a break. it's 5.38. and still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. >> the forty-niners they're preparing for sunday's nfc championship game against the rams will tell you what. head coach kyle shanahan had to say about their first day of practice before the weekend. we'll be right back.
>> we're back at 5.40, hits been a week and a half since the volcano erupted near the pacific island nation of tonga. it was inundated with a tsunami air quality. still pretty bad there on the island. and even though some aid is slowly arriving there, still a whole lot more. obviously, that needs to be done to help the folks out personal belo has more on what one bay area company is doing to try and help. >> lots of ash or getting a lot of complaints about the air quality when kron 4 for spoke with cecilia poe who last week she and her co-workers at sf enterprises and logistics have been unsuccessful and making contact with their crew, friends and family in tonga. now a week and a half later, communication is still spotty. >> i mean, once we get a little connection, it's only really about, you know, a minute 2 minutes. so, you
know, make contact everyone is okay. our facility, they're >> as of enterprises and logistics is located in oakland, but they have a facility there in tonga. she says right now masks are much needed as ash from that volcanic eruption is still falling. water and food are other big needs over the weekend. australian and new zealand military planes were able to deliver large amounts of drinkable water, but more will be needed in the coming weeks. we're really focused on our efforts on getting as much water. there possible if you have no props props were ruined. >> so they're kind of depending on nonperishable food at the moment until they can get the forms back. >> as enterprises next shipment to tonga heads out february 6. those looking to donate water masks or dry. nonperishable foods can drop them off at the facility in oakland. they'll be accepting donations through wednesday, february second and san francisco, noelle bellow kron, 4 news. >> 5.42. the time. we'll be
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fact that it's not super foggy out there. changing it up a little bit. >> from the foggy and gray starts, we've had the past couple of mornings to what's about to be a brilliant sunrise, beautiful, clear conditions across the bay skies will remain clear throughout the day today. but tomorrow we'll start to see some cloud cover on the rise friday saturday, sunday and monday of next week are all going to come along with partly cloudy conditions. not that it's going to be all gloomy in such just not as crystal clear as today's about to be so enjoy all that sunshine today. this high pressure ridge not going anywhere in long-range forecasts are showing that it's going to keep next week, just as dry as this week has been. i was keeping my fingers crossed that we'd see edging out into the start of the out. doesn't look like that's going to be happening though. so that does mean more comfortable weather ahead of us in the cherry on top of that is relatively calm. winds throughout the course of the day today. so a calm, clear and mild day. i know we need the rainfall, but this is a nice winters break from winter, essentially 60's for
your daytime highs where you're at the coast right along the bay or further inland. we're all back to that same range of numbers we've been sitting in lately, campbell, san jose and milpitas in santa clara sharing the title of warmest spot in the bay today at 67 degrees. while oakland at 64 north bay. temperatures anywhere from the low to mid 60's. until you get to the coast where you'll find a few 50's. now tomorrow, daytime highs just as warm as today will start to cool down after that, though evening lows will remain chilly at times falling into the 30's, especially inland. as i noted, tomorrow starts a trend of partly cloudy skies that will last through the weekend before clear and cooler weather into the start of february on tuesday, we've got rain harvey back. so glad to have that. she's got you updated on your traffic and exactly feel like i've missed so much to happy birthday to you, john and james, happy 20 years. it k-rod of miss so much. >> well, we haven't missed our traffic outside on the roadways this morning. it's still pretty light for the most part as you're traveling from the east bay into the city, it will be about 8
minutes for you this morning. that's the good news. no delays. you can see the meteor lights are still off at this time. also, if you're traveling along 5, 80, 80, no major delays to berkeley in reveal richmond richmond p% center fell bridge heading across. look at that about a 7 minute drive for you. there. san mateo bridge as you're traveling across towards the peninsula. it will take you 12 minutes to make that commute crockett down towards the maze. 60 minutes for you. there you see traffic is still pretty light across the map there in the green. and if you're taking 24 walnut creek to 5.80, about 11 minutes for your drive will have. but weather and traffic coming up for now. james, we'll send it back to you. all right. rain a thank you. it is 5.48. almost 5.49, let's talk about the forty-niners. >> they've got one more day of practice today as they're implementing their game plan for the nfc championship game this weekend as they face. the rams on sunday video. the team on the practice field yesterday left tackle trent williams still questionable. he didn't practice. so his status is kind of up in the air right now. head coach kyle
shanahan says he feels optimistic that he'll play. let's hope so. we're going to need them. the niners defense is going to be doing its thing with nick bosa and company the offense. they're going to put up some points means quarterback jimmy g is going to have to really step up. he says he's confident he can do it. >> think just knowing knowing yourself and knowing where you are playing big part of that because, you know, if you get lost in and start believe in some of those things that could take you down the wrong road. so. think it's just yourself as a player as a person. and i know as long as these guys in this locker room, i have faith in me and believed in me. that's all i really care about. jimmy's fun to coach. he's never he knows the answer before i get to i mean, he knows the nation about that ball. go. >> he had utterly, but he people are in the pocket and he try to get there early, which he knows that that he was to aggressive on that play. but that's something you work with. all those guys on. it's going to happen at times with a quarterback. but the ones that are responsible for
it and sometimes the best plays a sack. >> yeah, the nfc championship will be the 3rd time that these 2 teams have faced each other this season as we well know, the niners won the first 2 games and the rams know it as well. they know kickoff will be at 3.30, sunday afternoon at sofi stadium down in la and you can bet there's going to be a whole lot of red in the stands because this channel are just the real leticia and selma. stone thrilled they booked tickets to the forty-niners rams nfc championship game. >> right after the niners victory over the green bay packers. so the moment they won, we jumped online. >> we started searching everything from stub hub, too. they yeah. to a online re earching a bunch of different ticket booking website as where the grand total the tickets were $900 with fees included. that's $900 per person. and for these forty-niners season ticket holders, it is all about the experience. >> it's a big deal for sure. but, you know, we've been
laying low the last 2 years because of the covid. so we figured heck we're going to splurge for you go and enjoy a nice day in the life is short and get to enjoy the moment. you know, you never know when you get that shot again. >> to get back there, the milestones are flying out to los angeles from san jose airport this weekend to meet up with friends and neighbors who are also attending the game. now that the quest searching for tickets is over flight and hotel booked. it's down to packing kind of going back and forth between what's jersey. i'm gonna wear. but i mean, i'm a disease. my autograph garoppolo. i'm not one thing for sure. >> the morgan hill couple will be among the red and gold filling the stands at so-fi stadium on sunday. i was raised online earth and so is like this is like an honor to be in there. so. >> oh, i'm just so excited. hoping the for super bowl for sure. gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> rams fans may be swimming in a sea of red and gold up in the stands down in la because online ticket resellers are
saying it looks like the majority of fans for sofi stadium are going to be rooting for the niners vivid seats, which is one of the aftermarket resellers of tickets is projecting 65%. 65% of the fans in the stands are expected to be supporting the forty-niners. that's actually up from what their projection was on january 9th. remember that game? that's when 40 niner fans took over and made it look like a home game. rams coaches, players, even the players, wives have been pleading here in recent days with la fans not to sell their tickets to the 40 niner faithful. but with the least expensive ticket going for more than 500 bucks without any fees. rams fans appear to be cashing in and selling them off to whoever wants to and it looks like 40 niner fans are gobbling them up. we'll see what the stands look like on sunday. in the meantime, show us your 49 upright. keep those photos coming in. we've got a big, a slide show that keep growing by the day on our website. kron 4 dot com. send us your photos will keep
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>> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 6. >> good morning. 06:00am here on thursday, january. 27, thank you for joining us. i'm james fletcher. we've got john shrable and reyna harvey standing by here with a check of weather and traffic to start the hour. we'll begin with the forecast and say good morning to john there. james, it is a clear morning then where we were sitting the past couple of days at this time. you can see out there across the east bay hills camera, the clearview that you have looking down into the east bay at this moment. >> whether going to continue to remain this way throughout the morning says one little perk of your drive to work this morning. not so much of a worry about the fog as what we had been saying. now, of course, you still got to bundle up. it's definitely just as cold as we've been dublin and santa rosa, each sitting at 33 degrees right now. not that 34 a little bit more mild for areas like san francisco and alameda anywhere
from the mid to upper 40's and pacific. only at 53 degrees. i'll be breaking down exactly what the afternoon has in store for it. still to come, first of all, on over to have very much missed reyna harvey. we go with a look at the roads. >> and i miss you, too, don. and everybody else out the air. it's so good to be back. well, we've been tracking your traffic this morning. and for the most part, roadways are pretty light. i do see an accident, though, here in san francisco. it's northbound 2.80, at cesar chavez. but you're not seen any major delays as a result of that accident. we'll keep a close eye on that. tell you how things start to progress traveling from the east bay into the city, the mesa, that freeman street exit about a nine-minute drive for easier. no accidents. the richmond center fell bridge traveling at a richmond across towards sandra fell looking at a 7 minute commute for you. the san mateo bridge. you're at 12 minutes heading across towards the peninsula. and let's check on the south bay, where looks like we're trying to slow down just a bit along one. 0 one. 35 minutes as you're heading. 85 to menlo park. l