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enjoy. this morning we have fog in the north bay and temperatures not quite as chilly. 46 petaluma, 48 in san carlos and 49 oakland. good morning. you can see a little bit of that fog right there. it won't have an impact on your afternoon if you are spending in time in san francisco or at the coast numbers will be a little cooler there in the 60s and the clouds will stay at our beaches. we will have numbers near 70 in oakland. not as warm as yesterday's 78. most of the temperatures come down for one day this week. i'll tell you which day and whether or not we will see rain from the cloud cover moving in. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. a lot of questions this morning about a one-alarm fire in san jose that not only damaged a house. in this story you will see only on 7. police found 443 marijuana plants inside the house.
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was it much it was in the area of barry wood court last night. authorities say the fire started in the garage around 7:30. neighbors say no one lived there but they did see people coming and going over the past couple of weeks. >> people that were recently here would come home and just pull their car in the garage and they would close the garage and they never really came through the front entry door. >> the pot is valued at half a million dollars. police say the home bypassed pg&e and stole electricity to power the marijuana grow. >> a brazen crime caught on video. a pack of car thieves strikes four dealerships in one night. now police are on their trail. the dealerships were ransacked and several cars stolen. one business owner said two break-ins have already cost him $50,000. abc7 news reporter sergio quintana has the story. >> this is surveillance video of seven young men rushing into two car dealerships.
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>> they get into the office and try to find the keys we have open and they go to the cars out front and drive off with it. >> he's warned his future burglars that a break-in would be useless. he has already lost more than $50,000, including this car that was stolen during a break-in sunday. it was found on monday. >> all the cars seem to be recovered in oakland or somewhere in oakland, but this one i think was on the highway but in oakland. chp picked it up. >> a few doors down the front window was smashed. burglars made off with several keys and cars. >> they are skilled, know what they are doing. they were able to take a couple mercedes-benz. >> three car dealerships was broken into and a fourth was also hit. they were repositioning this truck to block their driveway, an attempt to prevent anyone from using keys stolen during
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last night's break-in to return for the cars now. police are combing through surveillance videos to see if they can identify the seven young men. until they are caught he has advice for other car dealerships. >> i suggest other car dealerships in the area to not leave their keys on-site anymore overnight because obviously these juveniles don't really care. >> he will also be installing more surveillance cameras. abc7 news. oakland police are searching for anyone who may have witnessed the deadly stabbing of a woman near broadway auto row. officers found the woman in a commercial area at webster and 23rd street near the ymca around 4:00 p.m. yesterday. police were there well into the night looking for clues. oakland police are also looking for the driver of a geo prism.
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they say the driver hit and killed a woman at 8th and pine street just before 2:30 yesterday afternoon. the driver left the car and ran away. police do not have a description of that person. a man in his mid-30s is in critical condition with serious head injuries after his bicycle was hit by a fire truck early yesterday morning in san francisco. it happened at mason and turk streets. a witness posted this picture to instagram. you can see the bicycle there stuck underneath the fire truck. the witness told us the firefighters had the green light. the truck was returning from a call and did not have its emergency lights or siren on. haywood police are searching for a man want ford attempted kidnapping and neighbors say his sketch looks awfully familiar. this is that sketch. a man accused of trying to force a 15-year-old girl into his car on whitman street near sycamore avenue after school friday. he's in his early 20s has a
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scruffy beard, and no mustache. he was wearing prescription glasses. students said they have seen him around the area before. >> i've seen him walking over here. >> she is saying she's seen him. >> the man was driving a white honda sedan. police think he may have tried to snatch a 14-year-old girl near joshua and ebony way last month. a dangerous situation in the parking lot across a shopping center in pleasant hill last night. a driver hit a fire hydrant, sending water shooting more than 50 feet in the area. -- or in the air. there you see a piece of asphalt. the water pressure was sending rocks and asphalt flying some as heavy as two pounds. it damaged at least one parked car. fortunately no one was hurt. hundreds of thousands of people from all over the bay area poured into san francisco
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last night for the chinese new year parade. it is the largest of its kind outside asia. abc7 news reporter tiffany wilson shows us the colorful floats and the elaborate costumes. >> in first anticipation thousands of people behind barriers waited for it to come. then a dazzling display of dancing and martial arts came down the street. >> i'm really excited. his parents immigrated from china. >> it's also the first parade for six-month-old isaac. >> he's really excited. he's actually watching. >> in a few years perhaps he will be a martial arts student or maybe one of these dancers. mayor ed lee celebrates the parade's ability to unite everyone. >> it's a great cultural celebration, but it's diverse. you look at the parade and everybody is in it. i think they are all having a great time. >> spectators watched the
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extravagant floats, lion dancers and dragons. all 126 leading up to the grand finale. >> for many the highlight of the parade is 200-foot long golden dragon. it requires 100 men and women to carry it through the street. >> it's covered in colored lights and rabbet fur. details that amaze the crowd. >> it's awesome. i was really excited. and the children all around, their faces really lit up. >> and just before 8:00 the parade marched off a success. the year of the lamb. tiffany wilson, abc7 news. >> i remember years when it's rained on the parade. certainly not recently. >> no. and we are still talking about above average temperatures today. right now there is some fog at the coast. you can see it right here from the east bay hills camera at 46 and concord. 44 livermore. more 70s return for you.
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but 60s at the coast. cooler weather is in the forecast and maybe a few showers. that's in our seven-day outlook. stay with us. >> thank you lisa. and one year later new details on the search for malaysia airlines flight 370 as family and friends mark the anniversary of the jet's disappearance. and a bay area photographer who was in selma 50 years ago for the civil rights milestone. where you can see his memorable
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>> covering all of the bay area this is abc7 news. >> it's been one year since the mysterious disappearance of malaysia flight 370 which vanished with 249 people on board. the details of a new report includes a finding that the battery of an underwater beacon that could have been used to locate the plane had expired more than a year before the aircraft vanished. it also found both the captain and the crew showed no odd behavior or signs of stress before the flight took off. australian's prime minister said despite the amount of time that's passed, the search for the plane must continue. >> we owe it to the families of the dead. we owe it to the traveling public to do whatever we reasonably can to resolve this mystery.
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it's one of the great mysteries of the 21st century. >> in late january malaysia's government declared it an accident and said all people on board are declared dead. in selma, alabama, president obama joined thousands marking the 50th anniversary of a landmark moment in the civil rights movement. in 1965 peaceful protesters demanding the right to vote tried to cross that city's bridge only to be met by police brutality. abc news reporter mary bruce was there for the commemoration of bloody sunday. >> the nation's first african-american president walking in the footsteps of the freedom fighters who paved his future and altered history 50 years ago. thousands gathered at selma to remember that day in 1965 when peaceful protesters marched
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across the edmond-petis bridge demanding equality. >> you are ordered to disburse. >> they were met with violence. state troopers armed with clubs and tear gas. it was a tipping point that proves the power of nonviolence can spark change and forced congress to pass the civil rights act. >> it was not a clash of armies but a clash of wills. a contest to determine the true meaning of america. >> but for all the promises made, echoes of selma remain in the shooting deaths of unarmed black men by white police officers, to the rolling back of the voting rights act. the president encourageed those who came to this event to come together, to be foot soldiers for change. >> we know the march is not over. we know the race is not won.
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>> so many people tell us we came here not only to remember but to cross the bridge but to finish the work of those that marched before them. mary bruce, abc news, selma alabama. coming up on "this week" former secretary of state colin powell talks about the selma. and he goes one-on-one with ferguson's mayor. and to discuss the new justice department report finding a pattern of discrimination by that city's police. can you catch "this week" right here on abc7 at 8:00 this morning. >> all lives matter! >> all lives matter! >> black lives matter! >> black lives matter! >> a couple people walked across the golden gate bridge yesterday showing solidarity with the march in selma. they are calling for more protests to foster change and
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disrupt society's business as usual. a man from palo alto was in selma this weekend back in 1965, capturing moving moments with his camera. this week steven summerstein will showcase those photos. it's at modernism gallery at san francisco he's union square. it's called marching in montgomery. we got an exclusive sneak-peek. he was editor of a newspaper at the time and he said he heard about a rally in alabama and knew the importance of being there to document the events. >> it is directed to create an effective change in society that people will have their opportunities opened up. and my photography had to share the limelight of not only the people on the march, but the people to which the march was directed.
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the photographs go on display thursday. some of his shots were models for scenes in the movie selma. he said they will be included in the dvd package release. happening today, golden state warriors superstar steph curry and the rest of the team will help in the global fight against malaria. they will sell special tickets as oracle arena. for every ticket sold they will donate an insecticide-treated bed net to the "nothing but nets" campaign. it's his current personal crusade done in relation with the united nations foundation and provides nets to country toss help protect against mosquitoes that carry the virus. since joining the warriors he's donated 3 bed nets for every three-pointers he makes. the warriors match that gift. today's event gets underway at
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12:30. and you can watch the warriors play the clippers today only at abc7 and tip off is at 12:30 >> we want to see your warriors pride. we will feature fan photos on air and at you can e-mail pictures to us at ureport at kgo or up load them using the abc7 news app at ureport. to get the weather, lisa is here right now. >> yep. we are still searching for some cooler weather or rain. there might be some out there but we are looking at live doppler 7hd. you can barely see the fog. it will make somewhat of an impact in some neighborhoods today. it was 66 yesterday at half moon bay. hollister and santa cruz 81 degrees. 7:31 is the official sunrise today. sun sets at 7:10. that's 11:38 of day light.
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we have that going for us. the quarter mile visibility santa rosa, three quarters mile petaluma. and here in san francisco pretty quiet. temperatures are right at 50. 48 in oakland. good morning, san carlos. 53 san jose. low 40s for gilroy. half moon bay sits at 46 and another day in the low to mid-60s at the coast with some fog. here's our future tower camera where numbers dropped to the upper 30s in napa. still not as cool as yesterday. 44 in livermore and fairfield sitting at 52 degrees. painly in the 40s and 50s. we will look for a very pleasant day today. but cooler than yesterday in san francisco. and the bay and coastal clouds really being confined closer to the water because the impact will only be felt really marginally. around a mile or two from the water. otherwise others warm day inland cooler weather, cloud we're weather heads our way
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midweek as the dominant ridge of high pressure weakens and heads to the east. we aren't looking at a big system. it continues to cue up offshore but it's not going to be able to make any sort of impact until the ridge continues to weaken. in the meantime warm days and cool nights and the long-range outlook shows a few light showers with cloudier conditions and temperatures back in the 60s by this wednesday. but then beyond that the ridge rebounds and we are looking at another dry week. that should be the last week of allegedly the winter we've been in. we will look for the cooler numbers come wednesday. but between now and then we are still above average. in the upper 60s san francisco. low 60s is the average high. very mild. morning low clouds and fog. here comes the system. doesn't look like we will see much in san francisco. perhaps points south will pick up maybe a quarter in and back to low to mid-70s by thursday friday and next saturday. so in san jose, you, too, will
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be feeling the impact from the high drifting away. that will allow temperatures just one day this week to drop into the 60s. otherwise you can see the bookends of 70s on either send of the week ahead. so we are stuck with the sunny, mild weather. in fact, rather warm for fairfield and concord, mid-70s. livermore 75. the cooler day today will be at half moon bay 61. low to mid-60s electric point raise, bodega bay 70s richmond and the accuweather seven-day forecast. coastal fog still a sunny and warm afternoon. tomorrow slightly cooler and tuesday. then increasing clouds and maybe some rain wednesday. certainly cooler highs with the clouds and then the sunny and milder weather beyond that. you can see what's showing up on live doppler 7hd anytime with the abc7 news weather app. it's free at apple app store or on google play. more information on our website.
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>> so that rain is not really much to talk about? >> no, it isn't much but it looks like it will switch things up a little bits for one day. >> one day? >> yeah. >> thank you lisa. up next employees at a home improvement store step up to help a terminal ill dog. this is an allen family production. and here's why we love chex. one, we love choices like chocolate, vanilla and honey nut. two, we don't love artificial colors or flavors. does anybody? and's gluten free.
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the crew at home depot went together to make the final days of the a dog's life more comfortable. 15-year-old ike has cancer in one of his hind legs and has been given just 2 to 6 months to live. he likes to go on walks at manhattan beach and sit in the sun, but the pain can be too much. when his owner went to home depot in hawthorne asking for help, they stepped up and volunteered to build a custom wagon for ike for free. it will get a few tweaks before it's handed over. ike's owner said his face lit up going on a test run. a former full house star played a joke on fans in san francisco. on friday he visited the fictional home of the tv show. a friend snapped this photo of him wearing a black outfit, sun glasses and hat in front of the house. that's on the left. fans had no idea uncle jesse was standing right behind them.
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>> welcome back, everyone. we are starting this half-hour with a look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning carolyn hi everyone. fog and clouds at the coast. you may see some of it this afternoon if you are going to spend anytime there. we are waking up to a later sunrise. 7:31. temperatures are a few degrees warmer in the north bay. but we have fog anywhere from a quarter to three quarter mile visibility there and the low clouds and fog making it around
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there. half moon bay today, the coast and parts. marin county. the sun setting at 7:10. that brings us to 11 thundershowers and 38 minutes of day light. plenty of 70s to enjoyed to. we will talk about the cool, cloudier weather and the opportunity of rain that heads our way in just a few days. carolyn. >> thank you lisa. more protests in madison wisconsin after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager friday night. [chanting] black lives matter! >> protesters gathered outside the police department and throughout the city chanting and holding signs that say "black lives matter." madison's police chief said officer matt kinney shot and killed 19-year-old tony robinson after the suspect assaulted him. >> we have to be clear about this. i want to be very transparent. he was unarmed. >> my son is now another statistic, another black kid shot by the police for no reason.
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>> robinson's family is asking protests to be peaceful. the officer involved has more than 12 years experience and was cleared of any wrongdoing in a previous shooting. the wisconsin department of justice will now lead the investigation. another march is planned for wednesday in madison. [chanting] protesters marched through san francisco's mission district last night where police shot and killed a 21-year-old man on february 27th. police say two plain-clothes officers witnessed lopez trying to rob a bicyclist with a 6-inch knife and they opened fire, they say, when he refused to drop the weapon. perez lopez's family disputes the officers' account of what happened. authorities in santa clara county are still on the lookout for a jailed inmate who escaped from valley medical center in san jose friday.
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police say he was being treated when he attacked a deputy and ran off. a search throughout the evening failed to find him. he is 40-year-old johnell carter was arrested last year on suspicion of child molestation. this weekend six patients have new kidneys thanks to surgeons at california pacific medical center and thanks to sis donors, including this woman. she is credited with kicking off the largest kidney donation chain in the 44-year history of cpmc's transplant center. she wanted to give the organ but had no one to accept it. she found a recipient through the program match grid. and they matched five others creating the rare, six-way kidney swap. the hospital shared this interview with abc7 news. >> i just feel like everything happened -- everybody played an
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intricate part and everything was supposed to happen. >> she plans to run a marathon later this year. doctors say those who had surgery thursday are already up and walking. >> through new penguin chicks are about to make their debut at the academy of sciences in san francisco. dan ashley takes us behind the scenes to meet these guys and find out about these international effort to save their species from extinction. >> now this guy is only three days old. >> this little fellow was born in december. when we first met him he hadn't even opened his eyes. but he could eat. >> he's got a big-ole full belly now. >> the penguin parents are bringing up their baby at the california academy of sciences at golden gate park.
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this exhibit is one of the academy's most popular and has had great success with breeding. six weeks after we saw the new chick, we came back if for a progress report from the penguin keeper. >> he's doing great. he's gained a lot of weight since the time you saw him. >> the chick is actually the third born at the museum since november. the other two were a few weeks older and had had that are swimming feathers. the youngest are still covered with down. >> you see their wings are still sloppy, not ready for swimming like hers are. >> the chicks are african penguins, an endangered species. the academy has been breeding them for more than 20 years with other scientific institutions and zoos. when the chicks are old enough they will be moved to other colonies to make sure there's no inbreeding. we want to make sure we have genetically diverse african penguins in captivity 50 to 100 years from now. >> academy biologists are part of the effort to pep penguins survive in the wild.
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they recently traveled to south africa where the penguin population dropped 70 percent since 2001. it shows the massive effort to rescue hundreds of chicks abandoned by their parents because there's not enough food during part of the season. >> we have to figure out about the bigger picture. >> the chicks must all be hand-fed. >> they get fluid twice away formula twice a day and fish 2008 a day. we did that all day. >> scientists are work to go -- working to figure out what's going wrong with the penguin's natural food supply. in the meantime the search shows the rescued chicks do well if they are hand-fed until they are old enough to fish for themselves in the wild. >> my favorite part you get to see all of them you work with the entire time you are there. then they go back out into the wild. >> it's a great moment for the people. but some of the birds are not so sure. >> back into the boxes. >> they all get the idea and head out to sea to help ensure the survival of their species.
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>> there they go. >> dan ashley, abc7 news. well, the three new chicks that have been living behind the scenes will join the penguin chicks on wednesday. if you would like to find out more about the south african penguin rescue project you can go to abr7 still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, money and a mentor. the bay area scholarship program setting up female students for success as they get ready for college. here's a live look from our emeryville camera. pretty much more of the same today as lisa says we have a flirtatious with rain later this week. she will be along with the full ♪ ♪ wow something sounds sweet in
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>> welcome back, everyone. >> it's 6:39 on this sunday morning. thank you for waking up and joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. this is a live look from our san jose cam showing a little bit of 280 there. sunrise this morning 7:31. that's right did you remember to set your clock ahead one hour? it's daylight savings time. it's 6:39 right now not 5:39. lisa is along shortly with your
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full accuweather forecast. >> the state's ongoing drought could take a bite out of your wallet. three of the water agencies are considering raising water rates. according to "the mercury news," the santa clara valley water district, east bay m.u.d. and the san francisco public utilities commission are considering raising rates up to 30% this year. the reason? to cover the cost of lost water sales. the agencies say they are selling a lot less water as customers conserve because of the drought. san jose's restricted watering hours have changed with daylight savings. starting today watering will be allowed only before 8:00 a.m. and after 8:00 p.m. officials say despite a few impressive rainstorms this winter, california's multi-year drought is still far from over.
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we know the need to save water remains critically important. >> we know that, lisa. did i mess up the daylight savings time thing? >> no, you got it. yeah it's later than some of you think right now. hopefully you didn't have anywhere to go. the roof camera here, a little bit cooler. feeling like the season just one day this week. i'll tell you which day and the best chance of rain and where. that's coming up. >> thank you lisa. little ahead, the third-seeded stanford women pull off an upset of the second seed. they advance to the pac-12 final. and they face a familiar foe today. mike shumann has the details in sports.
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don't miss yoplait's exciting new flavors -- creamy caramel and cookies 'n cream. happening today, people across the world will gather to push for more rights for women as part of international women's day. in san francisco activists will gather to address a lot of issues affecting women including reproductive rights, sexual assault, violence and racism and equal pay. today's gathering in san francisco will take place at 24th and mission street at 2:00 this afternoon. the professional business women of california is an organization known for supporting the next generation of young business leaders. abc7 news reporter lyanne melendez met last year's scholarship recipient, a u.c.
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berkeley student who is on track to lead others. >> she is a freshman at cal who understands why many black students avoid u.c. berkeley. >> i see all of the potential, i see all of these students, but a lot of them are like out of berkeley. and even if they could, they are just like what does berkeley have to offer me? >> but by coming here she knew she would send a powerful message to other african-american students younger than her. today she's part of the black recruitment retention program at cal. that love for mentoring and leadership started here at oakland tech, where she attended high school. >> they continue to mentor students of underserved communities through an organization called 100 strong which connects students with female mentors at u.c. berkeley. >> once a week she and the other cal mentors come to the schools near berkeley where they tell girls in middle school that anything is within
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reach. >> we go to the campus, we hold workshops and let them go with us across campus and let them see what there is to look forward to. that attitude won her a scholarship last year from the professional business women of california. each year four scholarships are awarded during their conference. >> helping them create not only opportunities for working with other women, but who can then be their support structures for years to come as they progress in their careers. >> she is double majoring in computer science and international business. >> i want to come back to oakland and come back to my home and help just recreate business. >> at 18 she's well on her way of making a difference in her community. in berkeley, lyanne melendez abc7 news. >> abc7 is a proud partner of pbwc.
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you can help young readers by supporting the pbwc scholarship. find out how to donate and get more information by tuesday's conference by going to our website lisa argen here now. the weather is really kind of in a holding pattern? >> absolutesly. not only this week but all winter long. we are looking at more warmth today. but the changes come at the coast and close to the coast where the influence is felt from the marine layer. so still winter time and still talking 70s and a time change. 7:31 sunrise. 7:10 it sets. 11 thundershowers 38 minutes of day light and we will have a slightly cooler day today for some. the fog, seven mile visibility and the coast at a quarter mile up in santa rosa. just a half-mile in petaluma, three quarters mile napa. the usual suspects there. from mt. tam you see the shot over the bay here. 50 in the city. 38 san carlos and oakland. 41 in gilroy. with that fog the temperatures have not been allowed to cool that dramatically.
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here's the east bay hills camera and the ribbon of fog. santa rosa 47. 42 in napa. it's 52 at the delta and 44 livermore. concord, good morning, 46 degrees. sutro this morning showing painly clear start and we will look for the longer day. the cooler coast today with 60s. it was just 66 yesterday around half moon bay. about the same today. san francisco should cool back from the mid-70s. it was 789 in oakland. that was a record. low 80s in salinas. we also have santa cruz at 81. today barely 70 at santa cruz. the marine influence making somewhat of an impact just about a mile or so around the coast. so we have warm days, cool nights today, tomorrow and into a portion of tuesday for some of you. then finally all the these hs will drift away and the area of low pressure and a another system coming together to push over much of the bay. that will allow for cloudy skies, cooler temperatures and the possibility of some rain.
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looks like south of san francisco, though. today we will be at 06 in the south lake area. a record yesterday 61 degrees south lake. 70 in yosemite. upper 70s in los angeles. and the fog and low clouds making somewhat of an impact around the bay. but in the south bay mid-70s and 10 degrees above average. you should see about 64, 65 this time of year. 69 santa cruz. in the peninsula look for the sun and cooler from san mateo, middle gray, half moon bay and pacifica. 60 today. notice the patch of fog along the san mateo coast from daly city, the sunset district about 60. 66 downtown. bodega bay 61. 72 calistoga. cooler here. near 80 to the north. near east bay 70. 72 castro valley. you head inland and no change at 75 in the san ramon valley. the accuweather seven-day
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forecast. the coastal fog starts us off tomorrow. we look for the warmer afternoon out ahead of the incoming system that will bring the sun and cloud mix. tuesday slightly cooler especially around the coast. a chance of showers on wednesday. we are cooler everywhere for one day. temperatures rebound quickly thursday, friday and saturday. so dare i say spring starts friday march 20th? >> it's felt like spring all along. and that's a rain event on wednesday? not much? >> no, not everyone will see it. >> thank you, lisa. let's check out sports. the warriors face the rival clippers this afternoon. you can see it only on abc7. tip-off 12:30 this afternoon. last night the sharks looking for a big win over the canucks as the men in teal try to make a push for a playoff spot. here's shu with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning.
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well, if the sharks want to make the playoffs, there's little room for error. last night they hosted vancouver. they wasted no time. all this in 2 1/2 minutes in. the sharks had a 2-0 lead in the first. thornton into the wide open net. then he miss as wide open net. second half, are you kidding me? that turned out to be costly later in the period. he wins the race to the puck chips it in. tied at 2. then in the third, sharks get into penalty trouble. daniel sedin finds vrbata and goes top shelf. that was the game winner. 3-2, your honor final. guerrero back in the ring last night but only since 2013 when he lost to floyd mayweather jr. he faced off against welterweight champ keith, who was undefeated. guerrero has never been knocked
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out. he took some big shots from thurman. then in the ninth guerrero gets knocked down after this combination. he would get up with a cut above his left eye. rallied but he needed a knockout to win. keith wins the unanimous decision retaining his crown. 25-0. the 31-year-old guerrero 31 straight, losing 2 of his last three fights. unusual for the stanford women not to be the top-seed in the pac-12 tournament. they came in number 3 and advanced to the finals, knocking off arizona state in the semis. sun^devil orchestra rocking the key arena in seattle. and they orchestrated the load with the three. alicia davis makes it a one-point game. 16 seconds left. still down 1. one last chance. davis misses the three-pointer and stanford wins by 3 to earn
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their right to the final in the pac-12 tournament. what else is new? cal and colorado. brittney birdie 18 points, 10 boards. crafty lay-in. they built a 9-point lead. finds gabby green in the corner. for the dagger. cal wins 68-5 and they will face stanford in today's final. st. mary's won in vegas. they led wire to wire. kevin bailey, 16. 69-52, the final. first time in 16 years they fail to make the semis. usf and top-seed gonzaga. 21 points, 10 boards. two at the half. finishes the alley oop. he had 3 in the second half. but the zags too much in the end.
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the wcc player of the year held to 0 in the first inning. usf eliminated from the tournament. 81-72, the final. that's the way the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann. see you again at 5:00 right here on abc7. >> up next, the sunday streets season opener. where you can find all kinds of family-friendly activities in san francisco. hey! i found my true love livin' in a sweet dream. singin' my favorite song and it all starts with you. whoa-oh-oh-oh, all this goodness...
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>> a major road in san francisco will be closed most of today for a big street festival. it's the first sunday street event of the year and it's happening on the embarcadero. it will be closed to traffic between fishermen's wharf and at&t park from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. the roadway will be open for walking and biking and skateboarding and anything else you want to do. sunday streets is free. fishermen's wharf and pier 39 are hosting a variety of family-friendly activities to coincide with sunday streets. the 3-mile stretch along the waterfront will feature lots of family-friendly entertainment, including a rock wall and an obstacle course. the course for seques. sunny and warm for that. >> temperatures in the mid-60s in the city. cooler in the north bay. plenty of 70s around bait from san jose to morgan hill. antioch and livermore. the accuweather seven-day forecast. the sun sets at 7:10 tonight. warmer tomorrow and cooler with clouds in the middle of the
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week. showers mainly south of san francisco and then back to the warm and sunny days. >> oh, well. that is going to do it for us. thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with lisa argen. the news continues now job line, on twitter, facebook all your mobile device was our abc7 news app. abc7 news continues at 9:00 a.m. "good morning america" is up next. it's 6:58. have a good sunday, everyone.
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