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the bay area. here's meteorologist frances dinglasan, she's in for lisa argen. hi, frances. >> good morning. blue skies over most of the bay area. we will see some passing high clouds. that's about it. i need to show you this gorgeous shot from the exploratorium. we have some clear skies over the bay. winds light right now. they will pick up this afternoon. it's currently 53 degrees in san francisco. oakland at 51. mountain view and san jose at 5. cool in some of the valleys like morgan hill at 48. half moon bay is one of the coolest spots at 43 degrees. from the east bay we are looking out toward the bay bridge and san francisco. we also had some cool numbers in santa rosa and napa currently 5. novato 48. fairfield 49 and concord milder, 53 degrees. from the top of mt. tam we see a little bit of a breeze right now there. is a red flag warning in effect for some of the north bay mountains. i will tell you more about that in a little bit. for today you can look forward to a very warm afternoon inland into the low 90s today around
the bay. 70s and 80s, mild to warm. have the sun glasses and sunscreen handy. i'll have the complete accuweather forecasts coming up. chris. >> thank you. breaking news out of florida where officials are investigating a shooting that left a young singer dead. 22-year-old kristina grimmy was a final list on "the voice." this is video of her performing in orlando last night a suspect armed with two guns walked up and shot her while she was signing autographs after the show. officers say the suspect fatally shot himself after grimmy's brother tackled him. police have not said why the singer was attacked. the warriors are one game away from back-to-back titles. splash brothers led the comeback after a 30-point loss in game three. they are looking to make an nebraska record with 33 three-pointers. steph curry and klay thompson stepped up and scored a combined
63 points. the warriors won 108-97 and take a three games to one lead over the cavs. this was the cavs first home loss this postseason. abc7 news reporter amy hollifield was in cleveland after game four. she spoke last night. >> reporter: warriors fans said they never doubted their team would rebound and grab a victory on cleveland's home court. >> they usually had terrible game threes throughout the playoffs so we kind of expected that. >> steph curry had full support of his family in the stands tonight with his dad saying before the game that his son was ready. >> he's confident, he feels good. he told me he would try to be more aggressive early in the game with his shot. >> cavs fans did what they could with their home-court advantage. even waving giant heads of presidential candidates behind the baskets when the warriors were shooting free throws. >> if you are making a free throw and you see donald trump, you miss, you go, oh, my god!
>> but the warriors were in the zone, and now they are just one game away from the championship. cavs fans tell us they aren't feeling good about going to oakland. >> i think we have a slim chance of winning, slim to none. >> steph's darling daughter reilly was at the game and predicted that dad's team would win. now we are wondering if reilly is talking about a parade. in cleveland, abc7 news. thousands of fans packed oracle arena last night for the watch party. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo was in the middle of the dubs nation celebration. >> one more to go! one more to go! >> reporter: it was as if the win happened here in oracle. >> i knew that the warriors would take game four. we believe. >> the arena so loud the warriors probably heard the fans from cleveland. the fans are all in.
home game or not. >> the inspiration is steph curry was having such a spectacular season. >> jaymee made the costume himself. >> it is good luck. every time i wear this, we win. >> so you were not wearing it. >> i was not wearing it on wednesday. >> but that's not for everyone. this is not even my full-blown ensemble. for the playoffs game i have a blue tutu and fishnet. >> we want to make this what it is. a party. a party in the house, right? >> i knew this was not at home game, but this is oakland. this is oakland. >> of all the crazy clothes, this takes the cake. yes, cavaliers fans about proudly wearing king james' jersey. >> i couldn't help it. lebron is the greatest player on the planet. >> and a kind gesture by the warriors owners to pay back their hard-working employees.
take a look. "go warriors! >> the team charterd a flight for roughly 120 full-time employees to watch the game. this is video provided by the warriors. as you imagine, the employees were quite excited to get there and cheer on their dubs. abc7 is your home for the nba finals. on monday join us for abc7 news at 4:00 formed by world news tonight at 4:30 and a special warriors pregame edition at 5:00 p.m. and 5:30 coverage begins with game seven. tipoff at 6:00 p.m. if you are not watching the game at oracle, abc7 is the only place to see game five on television. after that join abc7 news director larry beil and sports anchor mike shumann for "after the game" with analysis from warriors ambassador adonal foyle. we will be broadcasting live from oracle arena. 6:05 is the time.
now to the other top stories of the day. one is on the record say egg thinks the city's police chief was forced out. benton pharaoh will take over as interim chief. we have the details from oakland. >> we received the resignation of our police chief, sean wendt. >> that's how the mayor announced the city was using -- was losing another police chief, their third in five years. exactly why the chief was leaving is not exactly clear. one was shocked to find out the chief was leaving. he says he thinks it forces to the man being forced out. >> leaving in that fashion in that way, i think other folks had a lot to do with him leaving. >> the big unanswered question is whether his resignation was at all related to a sex scandal allegedly involving several opd officers and the young daughter of a police dispatcher. >> that chief wendt has never been the subject of an investigation of misconduct in
this department. >> not a a subject burks it happened on his watch, and he said he may be taking the hits for it. >> i think that may have something to do with it. they are supposed to be the ultimate role models in following the laws. >> mayor shaft said she will launch a search for a replacement. a deputy chief at bart will be acting oakland chief. one councilman said he has his work cut out. >> crime is at its lowest in the city of oakland and it made no sense to me or some of my colleagues that the chief would resign. in oakland, eric thomas, abc7 news. two people are under arrest accused of fatally stabbing a construction worker in the south san francisco neighborhood. it all started with an argument. the female construction worker exchanged words with another woman and then pulled out a
knife. her co-workers said it was a typical night until it happened. >> i got to work and she was fine. >> a man who was seen hiding behind the car was also arrested. a neighbor said police found a six-inch knife in the female suspect's waistband. >> a is san jose police are looking to for two men accused of making a attack outside a donald trump rally. they hope someone will recognize these men and give them a call. eight others were arrested in connection with the violence outside the convention center nine days ago. residents of southern
california were jolted away by a moderate earthquake yesterday morning. it was about 660 miles northeast of san diego and hit around 1:00 a.m. a seismograph at our station in los angeles captured a solid minute of shaking followed by three aftershocks. shaking along the tick fault is not uncommon. >> it's an active fault. we see some every day. >> shaking was felt throughout southern california but no damage are injuries were reported. 6:09 is the time. weather-wise we are off to are a mild start across the region. frances dinglasan is in tracking the conditions for us. hi, frances. >> hi, chris. off to blue skies this morning and sunny conditions, warmer weather in store for us. some temperatures hitting the low 90s inland. i'll have your complete accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. >> also ahead, celebrities, athletes, politicians and everyday people come together to celebrate the life of the greatest, muhammad ali. the moving ceremony in louisville. donald trump is a loud, nasty, thin-skinned fraud. >
for some reason the balloon started rising again and one of the crewmembers became caught in the balloon. the balloon lifted him 100 feet off the ground before he fell and died. the accident is under investigation. the way to honor muhammad ali is to be muhammad ali today. >> a rabbi from berkeley gave just one of many powerful eulogies for the great muhammad ali. he worked with ali during the 1960 peace might have meant. more than 15,000 people filled the sports arena to say good-bye yesterday. abc7 news reporter marcy gonzales has the details. >> ali! ali! ali! >> a farewell, fit for the greatest. in his hometown of louisville to the moving messages at his memorial, a snapshot of the broad, profound impact of muhammad ali's 74 years on earth.
>> muhammad ali wants young people of every background to know that adversity of any kind can make you stronger. >> he was known for his fights but remembered for his quality. he forced us to look at ourselves. >> the fresh young man challenged us, and ultimately became a silent messenger of peace. >> another one. his silent messages, one of resilience, a long battle after a battle with parkinson's disease. >> i knew it would happen, whatever it took >> and he knew this day would come. planning the details of his own memorial service. where he would be laid to rest and how his legacy will live on. >> until we meet again, fly, butterfly, fly. [applause] >> marcy gonzales. abc news, louisville.
>> time approaching 6:15 on our saturday morning. in southern california the ntsb is investigating the cause of a single engine plane that killed two people. the plane crashed yesterday afternoon into a two-story townhouse in the city of hawthorne in los angeles county. both of the victims were on the plane. the crash started a fire but fire crews were able to quickly put it out. hawthorne is located south of lax airport. cell phone video shows people scattering when gunfire erupted outside dallas's love field airport. police say an officer shot a man while responding to a domestic disturbance yesterday. they say the man was using rocks to attack a woman in a car, possibly the mother of his children. officials say the officer fired his weapon several times after the man rushed at him twice. he's now in stable condition at the hospital. today a bay area marine will be buried in heelsburg with full
military honors more than seven decades after his death. private first class john was killed in action after one of the bloodiest battle necessary world war ii. he was 20 years old when he died on an island in the south pacific in 1943. >> it's been something my grandparents wanted to get him home, and he's finally home. >> the heelsburg native's grave went undiscovered on the island for several decades. his remains were only recently found. >> now to the race for the white house. hillary clinton delivered her first major speech as the presumptive democratic nominee for president. this, as donald trump, tries to court evangelical voters. here's abc news reporter lauren lister. >> hillary clinton addressing planned parenthood. >> rights that women should be able to take for granted are under attack. >> and taking on trump in her
first speech as the presumptive democratic nominee. >> we are not going to let donald trump or anyone else turn back the clock. >> donald trump also in d.c., speaking to evangelical voters. >> we want to uphold the sanctity and dignity of life. >> and with help from his supporters -- usa! usa! usa! >> fending off protesters. he's been fielding attacks from both sides of the aisles. house speaker paul ryan responding to his comments about a mexican judge that made him bias. >> this is something that needs to be condemned. >> and democratic senator elizabeth warren on the attack. >> donald trump is a loud, nasty, thin-skinned fraud. >> warren, endorsing clinton thursday night, and arriving at clinton's d.c. home for a private meeting friday, following this major
announcement from the current commander in chief. >> and i'm with her. i am fired up. in fact, i don't think there's ever been someone so qualified to hold this office. >> trump preparing for the presidential general election, heading to florida and pennsylvania, all considered battleground states. washington, laura lister. >> frances dinglasan is here now with the accuweather forecast. >> hi, chris. we have blue skies. clear conditions with just some high clouds in parts of the north bay. but keep in mind there is a red flag warning in effect until tomorrow afternoon at 5:00 for the delta. and also for the north bay mountains just until noon. winds will be gusting up to 35 miles an hour with the combined low humidity this does mean increased fire danger. but we can expect a really nice day in the bay area. from the south beech camera we are looking south here. you see just clear skies overhead. we have a sunny and warmer day
in store for us saturday. increased fire danger and much cooler temperatures next week. keep that in mind because this warmup will be short-lived. here's the forecast animation with the clouds moving through the bay area. but by this afternoon with high pressure in place, temperatures will be in the low 90s inland. that's where it will be warm. and also around the bay some 80s. still 60s at the coast and comfortable there with each a lot of sunshine. highs to the in the south bay. 83 san jose. morgan hill 86 and gilroy quite warm at 88 degrees. milpitas 80 today. menlo park 82. breezy at the coast with 64 in pacifica and 66 half moon bay and 72 in millbrae, as well as in south san francisco. downtown san francisco up to 70 this afternoon. look for mid-to low 80s for petaluma, sonoma and napa with a lot of sunshine and clear skies. we also have some very comfortable numbers in the east bay. 77 in berkeley. hayward and newark will hit 80
this afternoon. the warmest locations will be inland with with the high clouds this afternoon. we will still climb into the low 90s. antioch 90. brentwood 91. concord 88 and pleasanton 86 degrees. a lot of graduation ceremonies are going on. congratulations to hercules high school huitains. graduation tonight at 6:00 p.m. it will be comfortable with a lot of sunshine. after the sun sets, it will be dropping down into the upper 60s by the end of the ceremony. with clear skies we could see patchy low clouds and fog along the coast. that's about it. but most will be in the low 60s with san francisco at 55, fremont at 56, as well as in san jose. here's a look at the week ahead. you can get ready. this warmup, not going to last. the average high in san jose is 79. today will be at 83 and notice temperatures start dropping tomorrow and drop all the way
into the wednesday where we will be well below normal. you can see the pattern with the accuweather seven-day forecast. the warm afternoon will already start to cool down sunday. mild to warm tomorrow. breezy and cooler monday. wednesday below normal and the coolest day. then we slowly climb back up hopefully for next weekend. but enjoy the warmth and plenty of sunshine today. chris. >> sounds good. thanks, frances. coming up next, millions for lunch with warren buffet the winning bid
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new this is abc7 news >> it's great to have you with us. i'm chris nguyen. we are starting this half-hour with a quick look at the weather. here's frances dinglasan with the accuweather update. hi, frances. >> hi, chris. clear skies with high clouds that will move through the bay area this afternoon. check out the live shot from the exploratorium. winds of light right now. they will pick up this afternoon. temperatures are on the cool side but they will warm up, as well. san francisco currently 54 dries, oakland 51. mountain view and san jose at 54. cool in some of the valleys like morgan hill at 48 degrees. and then half moon bay is one of our coolest spots, only 45 degrees right any. but this time we are looking for mt. tam south toward san francisco. and this afternoon things will
warm up in the inland areas to the low 90s. it will be quite warm there. around the bay very comfortable. low 70 eats to low 80 eats and at the coast it will be breezy with temperatures in the 60s. i'll talk about a red flag warning coming up, and also i'll have the accuweather seven-day forecast. chris. >> frances, thank you. anger over former stanford swimmer brock turner's six month sentence for sexual assault will be front and center at saturday's graduation ceremony. protest planning is underway. >> a graduation tradition at stanford university is the nontraditional start to the ceremonies, the wacky walk. this is video from 2005. students deck themselves out in costumes. this year many will hold signs with a powerful message. >> i will say one of the signs we have is how will you teach your son not to rape? >> she's one of the organizers of the protest. it's in response to the brock turner sexual assault rape and
the rape culture which she said is a wig problem on campus. >> i think it shows how many graduating students are supportive of the idea to stand together when it comes to sexual assault. >> one took out an ad in the newspaper. it congratulates the class of 2016 and then asks the community to stand up against the rape culture. >> there will be an overhead banner flying across during the ceremony. and petition organizers collected 1 million signatures demanding his removal, giving him a light sentence for his crime, just six months. >> it's a high bar for this commission to remove a sitting judge. it really has to be misconduct. and here you've got a judge who imposed a sentence that may have well have been the wrong sentence to impose, but it's a sentence that the probation department itself recommended. >> at stanford, abc7 news a
a lock-down at an army base on the central coast was lifted after reports of an active shooter turned out to be false. they were on lockdown for 3 1/2 hours. someone heard the gunfire from soldiers involving a training exercise, called 911, thinking there was an active shooter on base. students at a community college in oregon held their first graduation ceremony since the deadly shooting there last year. a gunman opened fire and killed seven people at the college in october. much of yesterday's ceremony was filled with serious notes about that day. but the speaker focused on the students and how they came together after the shooting. more than 400 students graduated this year from the college. >> three team have been arrested on suspicion of running a
fentanyl manufacturing operation out of their apartment. fentanyl is 20 times more powerful than heroin, and it's the same substance that killed prince. the suspects in san francisco used it to create fake oxycodone pills that were sold in person and online. about a dozen people have died from fentanyl in fourth northern california this year >> now to an update about a story thursday night about a dog stolen at gunpoint from a 14-year-old boy. it was in san leandro. the sheppard has been found and reunited with her owners. an alert citizen is credited with the rescue. surveillance video captured two men taking the three-month-old dog. police say no arrests have been made. but police said more information will be released later this morning. >> the warriors have a chance to win their second straight nba title in front of dubs nation on
monday. the dubs arrive back home at 4:00 this morning. this is video spent -- sent to us by the warriors. golden state now has the three games to one lead over cleveland and the odds are in the warriors favor. no team as ever come back after being down 3-1 in the finals. the warriors were well-represented in cleveland last night. steph curry's fans were behind the bench. they were supporting royal blue and gold behind here. the warriors took control of the game in the fourth quarter. and despite being an away game, oracle arena was rocking. abc7 news was there as fans cheered on the dubs. the party got a little out of control outside after the game ended. police had to contain about a dozen fans. hundreds of fans celebrated outside city hall where a special watch party was being
held. here's leslie brinkley. >> fans exploded in jubilation after watching the game on a huge screen at civic center plaza at a party sponsored by the city. >> it's so great, the excitement, having the colors out here in front. city hall. it was great. >> watching sports in front of city hall at the civic center, it's a special experience and we get to come together as a community. >> it's the first time the city attempted to pull it off for a warriors game. they have done it for the world cup and the giants. they expected thousands to come. in the end about 500 fans showed up. there was a no-alcohol policy, but that didn't stop some. these guys were the first to set up their camping chairs front and center. by the end of the game they were celebrating. >> we will come back here and win our game at home monday. >> i didn't get to go to the parade last year but i think i might lose my job just to go this year. >> there were plenty of dancing
in the streets in san francisco. i'm leslie brinkley, abc7 news abc's coverage of game five of the nba finals begins monday at 5:30 right here on abc7 with the warriors and cavaliers at oracle. we want to see your fan photos and video. be sure to post them to social media using the #dubson7 so we can find them and feature them. this morning the sharks are practicing ahead of tomorrow's crucial game six of the stanley cup final. yesterday on afternoon abc7 news was at the international airport when the players arrived back from pittsburgh. the sharks beat the penguins 4-2 in game five thursday night to stave off an elimination. they now trail in the series three games to two. the puck drops at 5:00 p.m. tomorrow at sap center. >> the escape from alcatraz isn't just a race for one man, it's retracing history. but firsts are here's a live look outside from our sutro
>> welcome back. gawker media is up for auction. tesla said allegations of suspension problems with the model sr are false and that the government agrees. on thursday a blog site said there had been 33 complaints of suspension parts breaking. ceo elan musk tweeted yesterday morning, the feds looked into it, found no safety concern and will not be investigating further. musk also responded to a report that customers affected by the failures were required to sign an agreement to keep quiet about the problems in exchange for a repair. musk called the claim preposterous. >> happening today, the 82nd annual san mateo county fair. had it features culinary arts, tech
and industrial arts, nightly concerts, rides and, of course, food. this is video from a previous fair. there is also a workshop where participants can learn how to make cocktails. more than 120,000 people are expected to come out for the nine-day event. the fair runs from today until june 19th at the san mateo county event center. gates open at 9:00 this morning. >> hi, lisa -- i'm so used to saying hi lisa, hi, frances. >> plenty of sunshine for everyone. you mention the san mateo county fair. it will be warm. 78 degrees this afternoon. i will tell you about the warmup today and then a quick cool down to get ready for that in the accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. >> thank you, frances. also ahead, the flash brothers help the warriors set another nba record with them one win way
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in sports, the warriors have the day off after arriving back home early this morning. they have a chance to close out the cavaliers monday in game five of the nba finals at oracle arena. last night the dubs took a commanding three-games-to-one lead in the best-of-seven series. here's mike shumann from oracle with the highlights in this morning's sports report. good morning.
the warriors weren't happy with their performance in game three in cleveland and came back with a vengeance in game four. now they are one win away from their second straight nba championship. steph curry knew he had to play better and the flash brothers did just that. both responded. klay with the three-ball early to get in the groove. steph. knocks it down but still drains it from the corner. kyrie irving another big performance. he denies steph. lebron james a quiet 25 points, 13 boards and 9 assists. throws it down here. cavs led by 5 at the half but it was all warriors in the third and fourth. 1 minute 25, down 2. curry had 38, and splash brothers 11 threes. hairs barns four of five from beyond the arc. for 14 points he carried the team early. the warriors set anan finals game record with 17 threes, and who else to break it, steph curry.
warriors begin 108-97 and take the three-one series lead with a chance to clinch at oracle monday. >> he answered the bell the first quarter and controlled the pace of the game. not using it like we did in game three. then we got back to enjoying the process and the challenge of winning playoff games. >> we know if we continued to battle, defend, eventually our offense will get going and that's the way we will always approach things and it works out for us. >> we have to stay in the moment. we can't relax just because we are going home and we have a two-game cushion. that team is hungry over there and they have some all-time great players. >> if you don't think you can win, don't get on the plane. we have to come back anyway so we might as welcome back and play. >> we have to understand the series is not over. we came in and did what we wanted to do getting the split. but game five will be extremely difficult. >> giants and dodgers.
johnny cueto went 8 innings. santiago came in in the ninth and gave up a solo shot to the first batter he faced. kershaw struck out 13 and the giants fall 3-2. meanwhile a's ace sunny gray had a no-hitter through five innings against the reds but he gave up two runs in the seventh. the winning run when adam duval scores on the wild pitch and the a's fall 2-1, your final. >> and that's the way the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann. we will see you here at oracle hopefully on monday night as the warriors look to clinch their second consecutive nba title. >> temperatures should be in the 80s for most of the bay area today. here's frances dinglasan. >> good morning. a lot of blue skies. high clouds will be passing through, but that's about it. check out this picture perfect
feed from the exploratorium looking toward the transamerica building. temperatures on the cool side in parts of north bay valleys, santa rosa, napa only 50 degrees. fairfield 49. concord at 53 and livermore at 49 degrees. but it will be a great day to head to the beech. the santa cruz camera, blue skies there, as well. here's what you can expect for today. we have a sunny and warmer day. just today, though, because temperatures will start to drop. but we also have increased fire danger and then much cooler temperatures start next week. and i'll show you that, as well. a red flag warning in effect for some of the north bay mountains until noon and then for the delta area until 5:00 p.m. you notice areas of red, as well. so it's also widespread as you head farther north. winds gusting up to 35 miles an hour with combined low humidity. it means increased fire danger in those areas through tomorrow. you notice the high clouds
passing by throughout this morning and the afternoon. plenty of sunshine with temperatures warming up into the low 90s in our warmest location. 70s and 80s around bait and still 60s and mild at the coast. the high today in san jose will be 83. gilroy getting up to 88 and cupertino 83 degrees, as well. look for 82 in redwood city. breezy at the coast with 64 in pacifica. millbrae 72. downtown san francisco warming up to 70 today with plenty of sunshine, as well. and in the north bay areas, mild and warm with 83 in petaluma. mid-80s through sonoma and napa. 81 vallejo. look for comfortable numbers through berkeley, it's 77. san leandro 79 and low 80s as you head further south. warm locations, the warmest will be antioch and brentwood, low 90s there. 88 con ford. pleasanton 86. quite pleasant, as well. a lot of graduations happening today.
and congratulations to the folks in union city from james logan high school. at 9:00 this morning temperatures will already be around 64 degrees. sunny and mild for the ceremony. by the time it ends at 73 it will be perfect whether for graduation lunches. also if you are heading to the giants game this afternoon have your hat, sun glass, sunscreen and stay hydrated with the temperatures. things had start to cool down to 66 by 7:15 in the evening. lows tonight also on the mild side with clear conditions except for some patchy low fog and some clouds along the coast. 52 half moon bay and even 60 antioch and san jose at 56 degrees. mild in san francisco. overnight low about 55. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. we do have this warm afternoon but notice it's short-lived because things start to cool down on sunday. still comfortable, as well, tomorrow. but temperatures will be dropping all the way through the middle of the work week where we will be below average.
chris. >> frances, thank you. hundreds of athletes will attempt to escape from alcatraz tomorrow. the annual triathlon is held on the same anniversary as the infamous 1962 escape. three convicts. this year the nephew of one of those escapees will try retracing his steps. we have the story. >> it's one of the toughest races around. the goal, escape from the rock. >> it's one of the toughest races around. just like the brothers that did it in 1962. >> i would definitely escape. they did it and i will do it. >> you could say ken is keeping the family tradition alive by competing in the triathlon, his uncles, the anklins, made the escape, but they were never found. his brother is here for moral support. the two just visited alcatraz, standing in the same cell where
their uncles did time and dug their way out. >> to see how small those cells are, i wouldn't stay either. an i-team report shed new light on the escape. a witness said he could have seen a boat there that night that could have carried them to safety. >> i can tell you from the family's point of view, they made it. we can prove it. >> they said this photo taken in 1975 proves the brothers made it to brazil. the swim on sunday, a family tribute. >> so, you know, it's a way for me to kind of look back and kind of remember them a little bit. as far as i know, i think john will probably watch me do it. >> uncle john, a fugitive, a spectator? the mystery continues. abc7 news. >> one next, one of san francisco's annual traditions going on this weekend. we will tell what you is on tap
>> here are the winning numbers from last night's mega-millions drawing. nobody picked all six numbers so tuesday night's jackpot goes up to 2ed $3 million. happening today in san francisco, it's the 62nd annual north beach festival. it's considered one of the country's original outdoor festivals and will be taking place in the city's little illy's neighborhood. this is video from last year's
festival. more than 125 booths will have parts and crafts and gourmet food. live entertainment, and a blessing of the animals >> let's get a last check on the weather. >> it will be a great day to get outdoors. look for a high of 70 in san francisco. oakland 78. san jose 83. the warm spot will be antioch at 90 degrees. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. a warm and sunny afternoon. things start to cool down tomorrow to the middle of the week. chris. >> thanks, frances. and thanks to you for joining us on the abc7 morning news. news continues online, on twitter, facebook and on all of your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. "good morning america" is next. we leave you now with a live look outside from our abc7 news exploratorium camera at pier 15.
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