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forecast coming up. good morning, it's monday, may 2nd. i'm amanda starrantino. >> i'mwestarting o that way agaitran advisories for the bridges. the breeze will be strong enough, it's bad for allergy sufferers but no wind advisory for the bay area. 25 to 30 miles an hour gusts. it's not going to be like sunday. sunday was the best day, warm and sunny and calm. if we start out as we should right now, it's 44 santa rosa. that's our cool spot. everybody else is around 50. today's high 70 inland. it was like 79 near 80 yesterday. you are going to be 10 degrees cooler for the afternoon
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daytime high for most of the inland valleys. in the bay 5 degrees cooler. it was low 70s yesterday. you can pick out your part of the bay. 67 freemont. vellejo 70. if we look at the current winds, see the pattern here, windy near the coast and near the bay shoreline but also windy over here, you can see the bright orange and purple over the altamonte pass. let's check in with gianna franco. >> a couple of wind advisories in effect. especially on the san mateo bridge, the sign illuminated to let the drivers know. travel times are pretty quiet. not a lot of cars on the roadway. not windy at the bay bridge. pretty quieton the golden gate bridge.
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the dublin interchange, a wind advisory for the altamonte pass and super commuter, the brake lights oh out of tracy. speeds 22 miles per hour. better towards north flin. after that free flowing to 680. a violent sunday in oakland. an incident left an officer in the hospital. a man was killed after he was stabbed several times. justin andrews is in the newsroom. people in oakland say they are moving out. >> because they are disturbed by the violence, creeping into their neighborhoods and sick and tired of feeling unsafe outside of their own homes, so fed up, some are packing up and getting out. >> we had three neighbors just in this building move out within the last eight months, it's discouraging sometimes. i love the neighborhood. i don't think i would be comfortable sitting on a bench
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after dark. >> the one last night, neighbors can't take anymore. around 8:30, police were responding to a shooting car and officers found a guy pulling the trigger and running into a home. a car drove away from the scene and smashed into a patrol car injuring an officer. he is in stable condition this morning. there was a deadly shooting in a cul-de-sac near the oakland lake heret. a group of five attackers were beating up a man and stabbed him to death. police say the man was in his 30s. oakland council member saying she is done with the violence, too, and calling for the city to enforce parking restrictions around the lake to prevent violence. what neighbors are asking oakland's mayor and police to do, all that when we are back in 30 minutes. i'm ann makovec. we got the new video in of
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speaker of the house nancy pelosi in poland. she just met with the polish president and there with a delegation of congressional representatives and this comes two days after she met with the ukrainian president in kyiv. nancy pelosi second in line to the presidency after the vice president, the most senior american lawmaker to visit ukraine since russia's war began two months ago and sent out a statement early this morning saying further informed and moved by our experiences in poland, our delegation will return to washington ready to continue our work until victory is won. when she does return and congress is back in session, they are taking up a new aid package, we will be following it. a man is dead after a south bay crash involving a vehicle and a bicyclist. this happened in san jose. the cyclist was pronounced dead this is the second person in
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san jose to be hit and killed bay car. the investigation is on going. a person is under arrest after a crash involving several vehicles at a busy san jose intersection. this happened in the area of capital expressway and aborn road yesterday. the driver was involved this a hit and run crash minutes before causing this one. the driver was taken to the hospital for injuries. it's unclear how many others were injured. labor union members and the country came together to celebrate may day yesterday, known as international labor day around the world. crowds of people marched to san francisco city hall in support of workers rights. sean has that story. >> reporter: workers from unions across the bay area representing a variety of industries came here to san francisco to celebrate may day. they had one major theme, calling out the largest corporations in this country.
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they argue those businesses are have made so much money, they have a responsibility to make sure their workers are fairly compensated. marching down market street in downtown and rallying in the civic center, union leaders and members called on the rich and powerful to do more for workers struggling in today's economy. >> it's important to highlight that workers are at the core of everything we do in our society. >> reporter: not just organizations in the bay area with current labor disputes with these unions but large employers like amazon and starbucks mentioned by name. >> one of the reasons why the labor movement is growing is because work in the united states and around the world is becoming more difficult. >> reporter: it's a promising sign that employees at those companies created their own. >> unions are a way to be able to have those basic rights and to have a basic livable wage.
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>> reporter: amazon said it thinks working directly with the employees is better than them creating a union and starbucks will continue to work on the best experiences for employees even after they formed a union. >> we do have to fight with forces that want to profit off of labor. >> we live in a capitalist society. it's hard to detach from that. >> reporter: they stood together empowered to keep making more progress towards higher wages and more benefits. reporting in san francisco. expecting update from stanford nurses and whether they voted to pass a contract for thousands of hospital workers. the union were voting on the contract last night. nurses took to the picket lines before reaching a tentative agreement friday night. the contract would raise salaries by 17% over three years boost health benefits and
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add additional week of vacation time starting 2024. if are the fired the nurses will be back on the job as soon as tomorrow. a pop up small business resources fair will get underway today held at the oakland chamber of commerce offices on broadway. experts will be giving advice on how to finance a business. it begins at 2:00 this afternoon. live to sfo, passengers traveling on ua1175 between san francisco and honolulu will be treated to festivities before they take off, a celebration of the airlines 75th anniversary of flying to the hawaiian islands. the first flight to hawaii was on may 1st, 1947. customers will learn about the culture and a toast 75 minutes into the flight. the airline says they will raffle off two round trip first class tickets. cal tran scaling back service for three weeks. fewer trains will run as they
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step up work in san mateo and burialing game. service is dropping from the 104 trains to 88 and baby bullet express trains are suspended. this continues until friday may 20th with trains using a single track. the work was supposed to be finished in march but pushed back after a crash on march 10th , when a train slammed into a work vehicle and injured 13 people. still ahead on kpix 5 and streaming on cbs news bay area. urban coyotes are becoming more bold and brazen. how some are paying a big price for it. a nail biting victory, came down to the final minutes how fans celebrated the win this weekend. the roadways, a little breezy out there, wind advisori
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the search for a carjacking suspect led police to 67 pounds of marijuana. a look at what they found inside the car, they arrested a carjacking suspect from oakland. the car was tracked down using automatic license plate readers. the suspect had warrants for crimes rangel from robbery and assault and weapons charges. coyote attacks in san francisco have residents on edge. it's coyote pupping season and many hiking trails are closed.
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twice in one week, small dogs were snatched in front of their owners and one resident says coyotes are not afraid of humans, either. >> it crossed the street and started getting closer. >> it came closer to you? >> it saw us. >> came to us. >> that's a little unnerving. >> very. it's not the first time. >> signs around the city have been going up warning pet owners to keep them on a leash and advising that small dog to be picked up and removed from the area. a check of weather and traffic. >> starting with a look outside with darren peck. it's cooler this morning. >> that's the way it's going to go for the rest of today, too. look at the headline in the first alert forecast. the difference in monday's daytime highs, that column with the blue numbers shows how much lower the numbers are going to be today. just about nine degrees cooler
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for concord and livermore. you don't notice a lot of change in the heart of the bay. san francisco, the same. the actual numbers for where you are going for the daytime high. concord, 71. it was 80 yesterday. it was also calm and the other difference about today is, it's going to be breezy out there. the winds are going to pick up. it's not strong enough for a wind advisory, bay area wide. gianna franco has cal tran issues advisories specific to the bridges. stronger breeze today. not quite as nice. sundays was perfect. mountain view and redwood city 66. we will top out at low 70s for fairfield. it will calm down by tomorrow.
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tomorrow is noticeablely difference, quite the warm up for tuesday, wednesday and thursday this week you will see that in the seven day forecast. wednesday in the low 90s for the warmer inland spots. in time for the end of the week, the series of storms tries to get in here, we can play this forward on the future cast, the next one shows here. wednesday into thursday, comes in a little too far north but notice we are staying close to the storm track. with the possibility for rain letting this map play ahead into sunday, ukiah maybe gets a 10th of an inch of rain. the storm comes in to our north and cools us down. you see that in the seven day forecast. san francisco, oakland and san jose, wednesday, 87. we will cool back down to 69 by saturday and sunday, increasing the clouds for the weekend and
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see the same story for microclimates. daytime highs by wednesday 91 for the east bay valleys and cooling back down into the low and mid-70s by the time we get into the weekend. how does the drive look? seeing a few more cars on the roadway and wind advisories. check this out, mobile 5 up earlies cruising along westbound 580, he is not moving very fast, he is stuck off to the side. this is as you get on to 580, if you are headed towards the dublin interchange, brake lights building for the commute for super commuters. sluggish conditions, if you are headed out of the altamonte pass, out of tracy, it's slow also, starting to see slightly lower speeds, 16 miles per hour connecting to 580 and on top of that, a wind advisory in effect for the altamonte. traveling in a larger high
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profile vehicle, give yourself a few extra minutes heading through there and brake lights on 84 working towards 680. sluggish, but that's our only slow spot. 42 minutes, 205 towards 680. it is pretty quiet. still clear along 80. 101 south bay, san jose to sfo, 36 minutes, northbound 101 with no troubles along the peninsula. if you are taking the san mateo bridge, it's a little breezy, they have that caltran sign illuminated there. no delays, no delays on the nimitz freeway. no construction through here, everything is moving nicely there. seeing a few more cars towards the bay bridge toll plaza. no metering lights yet.
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those don't get turned on for 30 minutes. so far so good on the bridges with the exception of the wind advisory on the san mateo bridge. a live look at chase center, fans got rowdy last night after the warriors won game one against the grizzlies. people gathered outside for a watch party as the dubs took the court in memphis. >> the dunking contest was amazing. >> we adopted her a year and a half ago. she is about 9 years old. >> she is a warrior's fan. >> number one. go warriors. >> we had the twins. >> two identical girls.
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they are two months old. >> they were going to be warriors fans. sometimes i will wake them up cheering. >> it's dub nation today. i love them. i'm a senior ticketholder. i couldn't be in memphis so i'm here representing my dubs. >> next generation warriors fans, they were born into it. we got to watch them get a win. i would rather be here than anywhere. >> 11 5-98, dubs. >> win 105 to 104. >> warriors. >> lots of predictions. if you missed the fun, off chance, the warriors will host a watch party at chase center tomorrow night. overin the mission
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district, a crowd of cyclists raised money for a good cause. cinco demayo week, bike, roller skate or skateboard , the money raised will go towards the mission food hub, the mission district's food bank. still ahead, california teen counting blessings after his life is saved twice. coming up on cbs morning, may is mental health awareness month. how to talk about the topic and hear from the ceo as he addresses safety concerns from parents and a lesson on inclusion on the
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watch the colors on the screen, right through the afternoon. i will be back with the rest of the seven day forecast in a few minutes. a teen is counting his blessings after uc davis doctors saved his life twice. >> what he is doing to give back to those who changed his life. >> reporter: you won't hear 16 year old gripe getting out of his wheelchair, he is proud to show his progress, he has come a long way. >> i remember waking up in the er, not being able to feel or move anything below my chest. >> reporter: in october of 2020, he was riding ke picp tr him and dragged him 50 feet. >> i was laying there basically lifeless with just my head working. >> reporter: it would take nine surgeries at uc davis medical center multiple skin graphs, extensive rehab to get him to
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where he is today, a year and a half later. >> watching every piece of it was very painful. >> you want to almost stop breathing because every breath you take takes you further in time and you don't know what it will be. >> they did save my life and saved my body. i wouldn't be able to be here if it wasn't for them. >> reporter: it's not the first time uc davis health doctors saved his life, the first time he was 6 months old, fighting stage four cancer. right beside him, the same nurse that would help him through his accident 15 years later. jen, now retired, got to see him for the first time since the hospital. >> they are like family and appreciative. their words were too kind. i was like, oh, my gosh. it makes your job so worthwhile
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and something you never forget. >> he didn't forget. he and his parents started a pediatric trauma therapy fundraising money for the same uc davis health program that helped him recover. now back on his bike and even skiing. >> i look at his determination, i tend to be more proud. >> even though i'm in a wheelchair, i feel it's a gift. >> the money he raises will help pediatric care in the future. talking music and art therapy as well. that's great. >> exciting stuff. >> our next half hour on kpix 5 and streaming on cbs news bay area, officials are talking about when the fda might review the vaccine for young children. >> teacher appreciation week. recognizing the best educators. nominate an amazing teacher on
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people in oakland are moving out as crime moves in. what they are demanding from leaders as police try to piece together a violent weekend. support to ukraine as attacks by russia continue. what lawmakers are saying we should not wait around. how muslims maintained traditions to mark the end of ramadan. >> good morning to you.
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it's monday. i'm amanda starrantino. >> i'm lenkeys. today is not going to be that way. >> monday for you. >> sometimes the perfective helps. yesterday was like perfect. it was nice. >> today is not bad. >> it's going to be nice. 10 degrees cooler and a little breezy than what we were yesterday. the top of the sales force tower looking out over the bay bridge. the temperatures now, are cooler. 44 degrees in santa rosa. low 50s for just about everywhere else. in the low 50s. if you take a snapshot, it's a good looking day. 70 degrees inland locations. sunny and breezy, 15 to 20-mile per hour breeze. stronger than yesterday. how much cooler will it be for your part of the bay today than
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it was yesterday. concord and livermore, close to 10 degrees cooler. san francisco doesn't change, to show you where the highs are going to be here, 80 yesterday concord. today 71. the main thing about today, it's not so much the temperatures, it's going to be breezy again. allergy sufferers, you are going to feel this a little more. the lunchtime forecast, breezier, watch the winds pick up through the afternoon. the winds, stronger, near the coast and over the altamonte pass, bright purple spot, 580 over the hills and the altamonte pass. caltran issue wind advisories this morning. >> there are. san mateo bridge, altamonte pass, that's the good news. if you are getting ready to head out the door, let's start with the live look at the san mateo bridge. that cms sign you will loom nateed off to the side.
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the advisory in effect. be careful traveling in a lammer high profile vehicle. if you are taking the altamonte pass ride, no crashes, down 14 miles per hour. getting slow connecting to 580. breezy, 84 busy. travel time in the red. it's slow, 46 minutes from 205 towards 680. oakland, it was a busy weekend, police are working multiple crimes, one incident left an opd officer if the hospital. detectives are working to solve a deadly stabbing near lake merit,. >> some people say they can't take it anymore. >> our crews were gathering this story, we saw people moving out telling us crime is
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getting out of hand, people are demanding city leaders to do something about it. crime has been creeping too close to home over the weekend, 8:30, this was last night to be exact, opd tell us office were responding in w somee running from a home. a car took om the scene but not before slamming into a squad car. an officer had to be taken to the hospital for injuries. he is in stable condition. earlier sunday, five people beat up a man and stabbed him to death. police say the deadly attack happened in the cul-de-sac near lake merit. crimes are forcing people out and leaving a message for oakland leaders. >> a greater police presence on this cul-de-sac. >> if they drive through are lights flashing, that makes the cars move.
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neighbors wants more boots on the ground so leaders can get a better grip on the violence. justin andrews, kpix 5. ukrainian officials say evacuations from mariupol will continue after united nations pulled out 100 people from the city. >> that woman is one of dozens evacuated by the u.n. from the port city over the weekend amid russia's invasion. house speaker nancy pelosi led lawmakers on a surprise visit to ukraine's capital yesterday. kyiv they met with president zelensky and said u.s. support will not waiver. >> our commitment is to be
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there for you until the fight is done. >> back in the u.s., president biden wants congress to authorize a $33 billion aid package but it could face difficulties if lawmakers try to link it with covid spending. >> we need covid aid and need ukraine aid and should do them together or separately but shouldn't wait around. >> democrats want the deal approved by memorial day weekend. a group of lawmakers came up with a $10 billion package for covid relief. california is helping first time home buyers with a new program offering forgivable loans, the equity builder loan, borrow 10% of a home's purchase price for the debt to be forgiven. the buyer has to live in home for 5 years, middle income families making less than the median income which is below
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$120,000. airbnb ending the refund policy. after may 31st, guests will have to cover short-term rental costs even if the cancellation was due to coronavirus. for much of the pandemic guests could cancel without a penalty. the san francisco chronicle reporting cathy bowdean has died. she was also a former member of the radical group. they were involved in a deadly brings truck robbery in new york in 1981. the heist left a guard and two police officers dead. she pled guilty and released from prison in 2003 and got a doctorate and became professor. she was 78 years old. last night marked the end of ramadan, fasting, prayer and
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reflection. >> reporter: of all the comforts of home, there is nothing like a meal to feed nostalgia. for afghan refugees, ramadan's, eaten after sunset to break fast can bring reminders of joyous days past and what was left behind. >> do you and your family feel lonely during ramadan? >> of course we feel lonely. we have friends with us during the breaking the fast, now we are watching each other throughout social media. >> he can't forget the escape from afghanistan and the taliban takeover. >> i was like stuck in the airport for five or six days. i was sleeping on the lawn. waiting for my family. >> reporter: he and his family
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found refuge in san diego. it was scattered to different parts of the world after fleeing afghanistan. >> taliban, they don't accept our team. >> a lot of them have seen a lot of trauma. we want to be a helping hand. >> part of the refugee's aid group, afghan americans helping new refugees with the transition. >> we heard stories from our parents of how they felt when they got here and didn't know anybody and a sense of loneliness. >> reporter: this is their first ramadan away from home, they are working to bring a slice of the holiday spirit, hosting, housing refugees to connect them with they community, each other. >> it's nice to be around other people. >> yes. >> besides your family. >> yes. >> a little taste of home.
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on your money watch, the federal reserve expected to raise interest rates this week, plus where moderna's vaccine for children is currently standing. >> reporter: stocks fell on friday to end a brutal month the dow lost 139 points, nasdaq slid 536. s&p 500 down 155. the worst month for the dow and s&p since march of 2020 when coronavirus restrictions took hold of the country and for the tech hef nasdaq, steep declines from major companies caused the worst sell-off since 2008. looking ahead, the federal reserve expected to raise interest rates by half a percent following the two-day policy meeting, the first hike
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greater than a quarter since 2000. increases to interest rates make borrowing for homes and cars more expensive. moderna's chief medical officer is confident data for the vaccine for young children will be ready for the fda to review in june. last week moderna asked fda for emergency use authorization for kids under 6 years old. pfizer expects data to be ready by the time they hold the june meeting. that's our cbs money watch report. head to i'm matt piper. coming up, and streaming on cbs news bay area, today is melanoma monday, get checked. the advice from dermatologists this morning. getting pets in the office. what top executives have to say. a warming trend coming our way, much more on how that
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monday morning. you can see the sparkling bay bridge there. doctors and patients help to raise awareness about the most serious form of skin cancer, what is called melanoma monday. >> the most common cancers found in young adults. dina has a woman's story and her message to others. >> reporter: her life changed two and a half years ago, she was 26. >> i was embarrassed because i felt like i gave myself cancer. i thought about the times i should have worn sunscreen and shouldn't have gone to the tanning bed. >> reporter: her family urged her to get a suspicious mole checked. >> it was becoming black in the middle, uneven borders and edges and a red ring. >> tanning beds are high risk behavior for melanoma and skin cancers, one trip to a bed increases the risk. >> reporter: a cleveland clinic
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dermatologist, the american academy of dermatology urges everyone to do regular skin checks. follow the abc de rule, asymmetry, irregular border, varying color, diameter, melanomas are more than six millimeters and evolving. >> symptoms, they itch or hurt. >> reporter: she had surgery to remove the melanoma and lymph nodes, it was caught early. >> i can keep living a life of my pity party or i can take what happened to me and share it with others and see if it resonates with someone else that may have had skin cancer or maybe putting off a skin check. >> reporter: her message for young women. >> if you want to look tan or have a glow, there are great options with spray tans or self tanners and way safer than going out in the sun. >> reporter: she needs skin checks every three months
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make sure to protect herself outdoors. the boom in pet adoptions during the pandemic is creating demand for dog friendly offices, spca reports 23 million american households adopted a pet during the covid lockdowns as people are returning to work, many say pet friendly environments are an important office perk. a survey by banfield shows 57% of workers wanted to return to pet friendly workplaces and half of 500 top executives surveyed agree with the idea saying they are planning to allow pets at the office. you know how much i love my dogs. i would feel for people who aren't so comfortable with dogs back in the office. >> everybody is not a dog lover. they don't want to come to work and have to deal with that especially if it's a bunch of pets in the office. maybe there could be a limit like two per day or something like that. >> stella is staying at home.
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>> leo is cute and well behaved. >> mama needs a break from stella. >> i don't have any dogs. i'm dog neutral on that front. we got a cooler and breezy day today. noticehe ge oon. e numbare gointodawhen we top out at 3:00 in the afternoon. pretty view from the top of suetro. it's obscured. mistiness in front of this camera. we are about 30 minutes away from sunrise. we start getting the pretty light in the sky. sunrise at 6:12. cool in the north bay, santa rosa 44. in the low 50s now, concord, livermore, san jose around 50. it is breezier today. two places to watch for that, the coast which is to be
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expected, but also on the other side of the map. over there, that purple bullseye, that's the famous altamonte pass, that's where you are going to see the stronger winds gusting through there and they have the wind turbines. there are no broad wind advisories. this is not the kind of day where the wind is major issues. if you are an allergy sufferer, today is the kind of day, don't spend as much time out in it like yesterday. temperatures are 10 degrees cooler. instead of near 80 inland, up to 70. in the low to mid-60s for most locations through the heart of the bay. the warm up, today is cooler but doesn't last long. 75 the average daytime high
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this time of year. we are going to be 71 today. it's different from yesterday. almost average. look at the jump by wednesday, it's 91. that doesn't last long. we are going to cool down again into next week. another system will try and get in here but it doesn't make it. towards friday, saturday and sunday, breezy again, temperatures will cool down as well. you will see that into friday and saturday and into sunday. no rain in the forecast from that. increase in clouds. breezier, and cooler in time for the weekend. how is that drive looking? >> more cars on the roadways, closer to that 6:00 hour and we got a live look at conditions, getting up early, making the ride on 580 to 880, 238 to 880, mobile 5 has you covered. things are moving not too bad,
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a little slow in spots on the connector roads. the freeway is clear on westbound 580. a few brake lights east heading in and out of the altamonte. things are pretty clear, on to 880, both directions at the limit, live look at the nimitz freeway, near the colosseum. traffic is clear through oakland. through the hayward area towards the san mateo bridge, on the bridge, there is a high wind advisory in effect issued overnight by caltran. little gusty, you might feel it across the span. be careful heading through there. altamonte, we have a wind advisory. tracy on to 580, down to 8 miles per hour in some spots. feeling the seize connecting to 580. the brake lights towards the interchange, through the livermore valley, to 84, 680,
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things are getting slow as well. highway 4, 101, clear, they did turn the metering lights on at the bay bridge. not seeing the back up, but the toll plaza, it is getting chloe across the upper deck into the city. the golden gate bridge looking good. no delays, south 101 into san francisco. back to you guys. next on kpix 5 and streaming on cbs news bay area, a change of heart from dolly pardon when it comes to the rock and roll hall of fame. more on your entertainment headlines after the break. donny and marie osmond today at 2:00 on kpix 5. cbs mornings starts at 7:00. let's look live outside at the richmond san rafael bridge, traffic is moving up to speed
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checking in on our camera, that's walnut creek down there, see the lights of the bay and a time lapse over the last 30 minutes. this is a day we are not battling fog and it's clear skies out there.
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that was a pretty shot. it's breezier today. gianna has caltran issued wind advisories to talk to you about on the bridges and altamonte pass. that's different about today. look what is showing up, rain in california, technically on the far northern third, that's the reason why today is cooler and breezier than yesterday. we will see how that plays out for the afternoon. in your eye on entertainment report, 1950s london cleaning lady is heading to paris. octoberfest is back, dolly pardon has a change of heart. more in your top entertainment stories. >> reporter: count her in, dolly pardon will gracefully accept if she is inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. she asked that her nomination be pulled because she misunderstood thinking the rock and roll hall of fame was
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for people in rock and roll. the 2022 class will be announced later this month with the induction ceremony set for sometime this fall. flint, michigan water crisis is chronicled in flint, who can you trust, the fallout after the city switched water supply to the flint river causing lead contamination. flint, who can you trust is playing in select theaters, available on demand may 12th. 1950s london cleaning lady follows iv dream to by a christian dior ground. after working hard and saving for the trip, she goes on an
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adventure that she and paris will never forget. hits theaters in july. the largest beer festival is returning this fall without any covid restrictions. the octoberfest attracts 6 million people. he didn't reach the decision lightly taking the pandemic and the war in ukraine into account. that's your eye on entertainment. coming up, the city of oakland hit with back to back violence, live with the investigations underway right now. the warning in san francisco, look out for coyotes, the biggest concern for pet owners this morning. basketball coach turned hero, how he jumped into action to save a student's life. a live look outside from our mark hopkins camera. you can see the sun coming up on this monday, a pretty shot. we'll be right back.
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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. streaming on cbs news bay area, an officer struck by a car in a deadly stabbing two miles away, the violence in oakland leaving neighbors on edge. house speaker nancy pelosi heads overseas, her meeting with the polish president after a surprise visit in ukraine. supporting workers rights in san francisco, the message behind this may day rally. the festival will go on. the announcement just made and who is expected to host. >> i'm excited about that one. glad


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