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>> good morning to you. it's sunday, february 14th. leap valentine's day, everyone. i'm chris nguyen, in for carolyn tyler. we are off to a mild start across the bay. here's a first look at live doppler hd. good morning, lisa. >> good morning, chris, you are right. we have a wind shift that allows for the temperatures to stay up and the fog to stay out of the bay. here's a look right now. you notice we do some high clouds to the north. overall numbers mild from the upper 40s. 44 in mountain view and to los gatos with 53 in san francisco. north winds getting going in the north bay. appear degrees in santa rosa. that's anywhere from 11 to 14 degrees warmer here and
that's just the beginning. the winds will be gusty in the upper elevations, but we are looking at a sweet valentine's day with temperatures warmer than yesterday. temperatures from the 60s to low 70s by noontime. highs well above average. we could see some temperatures today mid-and upper 70s. 60s on the coast, but not for long. we will be warming up. and rain returning to the seven day outlook. chris. >> thank you. developing news out of san francisco. the civic center bart station is closed right now after a woman died at the station last night. bart officials say the woman was acting air rationally on the concourse. police ato proposed her before she jumped from the concourse level and fell to her death on the platform. moon think is providing trains while the station is closed. be sure to stay with us for updays on this story. >> a three alarm fire in the panhandle neighborhood.
a dog missing during the fire has been found safe. it was at fulton and bakers street. when firefighters arrived they saw flames shooting out of the garage and first door. it quickly escalated to a third alarm. the is assistant fire chief said the location of the home contribute today the difficulty of getting the fire out because of the location of muni and the powerlines. >> i saw the roof. it was pretty scary. i was about four doors down. i was hoping the fire didn't spread. >> one child was hurt in the fire, and two dozen residents are displaced. happening today, a special prayer during this morning's service for gustavus vagua, the officer killed. today church members will honor
him during prayer. it starts at 10:45 this morning on the church of the hill in vallejo on locust drive. >> u.s. supreme court justice antonin scalia has died. he died in his sleep yesterday morning at a ranch in west texas. his detect will likely set off a struggle between the president and congress. president obama has flown flags across the country be flown at half-staff. the commander in chief said he was a larger than life present, an energetic mind with his own style. antonin scalia's death has already sent shock waives through the presidential rakes but bay area experts say u.s. senate races could also be affected. abc7 news reporter sergio quinn taken no has that part of the no. >> as many memorialize
scalia conservative voice. congresswoman jackie speier will not have a roll in the confirmation process, but she knows the process. >> it's a very tightwire that the senate majority will actually be walking because they could be seen as being obstructists. >> supreme court confirmations can have a role in national races. some scholars say the contentious confirmation of justice thomas and anita hill issued in big races in the senate the following year. >> some considered it the year of woman. >> john was a lawyer for the senate judiciary committee back then. most recently as dean of usf law
school he hosted justice scalia for a symposium here. he believes president obama may replace him in his term. >> the president may not get his first choice but at the end of the day i think you will see his nominee approved. >> if hearings are set the nominee can confirm one by the simple majority. in the course of a tie, joe biden can cast the deciding vote. >> the last six justices nominated all were be drawn or confirmed in 87 days or less. they took the longest with the last nominee, justice kagen. president obama was about 42 days left in office. 11 justices have been confirmed in an election year. many have speculated california's attorney general camilla harris is on the short list of potential supreme court
nominees to replace justice scalia. the 51-year-old twice elected attorney from san francisco has twice ran to replace barbara boxer. >> last night moderators began the debate with a moment. silence. >> the candidates offered condolences to justice scalia's family. >> he will go to down as one. great justice necessary this republic. >> and then announced his replacement. >> i think they should let the president of the united states decide who will run it with the vote of the people up to the united states of america. >> i think it's you up for mitch mcconnell and others to stop it. it's called delay, delay, delay. >> he disagrees with the stance. >> they want to delay for themselves and i find that very
selfish attitude. >> it set off a nasty class. >> we should have never been in iraq. we have destabilized the middle east. >> while donald trump was building a reality tv show, my brother was building a security apparatus to keep us safe, and i'm proud of what he did. >> the world trade center came down during his reign. he kept us safe? that's not safe. >> donald trump also battled with ted cruz. >> and he supports federal tax payer funding for planned parenthood. >> you are a liar. you are probably worse than jeb bush. you are the single biggest liar. >> and governor john kasich issued this warning, i think we are set to lose the election to hillary clinton if we don't stop this. >> abc7 news. >> marcel gardner, a man
accused, is showing his face this time in the new exclusive video from daily mail.com. gardner spoke anonymously only to abc7 news on february 4th about woods stabbing him had in the arm with a knife in the bay view area. it's the same knife officers say woods refused to drop before they shot him 26 times. >> it bothered me, because of something i see often too much. to me black men just get gunned down for no reason. >> the shooting death of woods has prompt add call for change in the police department's use of force policy. family and friends of a missing 73-year-old man from almeda spent yesterday handing out flyers, hoping someone will find him. john beck missed an appointment in downtown oakland tuesday morning and was last seen boarding a bart train at the 12th street city center station. his family thinks he was headed
to san francisco. yesterday they focused their search near the sutro baths and bakers beach. >> we went over his overall search history and he had google transit out to this area and that was the morning before he disappeared. >> beck is accused of running a get rich quick scheme for real estate. he is facing a $113 million federal judgment. his daughter told the san francisco chronicle she doesn't think the judgment is connected to his disappearance. the group people for the ethical treatment of animals is offering $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for placing 200 thumb as tax in a hercules dog park last week. they said it's not the first time tax have been found in the dog park. peta is also donating $1,000 to install security cameras at the park. >> if you are planning on going to golden gate park this morning, hundreds of runners will be in the san francisco
half-marathon. the race starts and ends in the park. event also features a 5k run and some muni routes in the area will be affected until 10:00 a.m. funds from the race benefit a number of charities in the city. the run starts at 8:00 this morning. weather-wise, how is it going to be for all the folks out there? >> it will be warming up weekly. already 53 in san francisco. mid-and upper 50s. the winds are shifting. we are looking at 59 degrees in novato thanks to a northbound wind. get set for much warmer temperatures today, breezy offshore winds today and records the next couple days and plus rain in the seven-day outlook. i'll have it for you coming up. >> also ahead, a mess of twisted metal killed at least three people. the surprise on the road that caught dozens of drivers in pennsylvania off guard. >> and a sweet surprise in san francisco. the envelopes fillin
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in the eastbound lane. >> snow squalls barreling across pennsylvania drivers catching drivers off guard. >> sounded like two bombs went off. a couple people laying out and trucks and cars all smashed. cars underneath tractor trailers, in between tractor trailers, and total destruction. >> ambulances shutting some of those drivers to the local firehouse to keep them out of the bitter cold. everyone has been rescued from cars and trucks still scattered on the interstate. state officials asking people to stay off the roads unless they absolutely need to travel. eva pill gram, abc news, bethel, pennsylvania. >> a virginia man is being hailed a hero after risking his own life to trap a guy in a burning car. the 51-year-old was on his way to work early yesterday morning when he noticed a car with smoke bill league from it. his first instinct was to get out and see if anyone was in the car, and to his surprise, a
young man was inside screaming for help. >> i pulled him through the driver' side window and got him out that way and made the ten feet from the car and by that time the car wassen golfed in flames. >> he does not consider himself a hero, but the young man's family said they are grateful for his brave ray. 5:15, the time. time-lapse video shows a dramatic change after a natural gas leak in southern california. this april infrared camera shows the gas pouring out of the porter ranch neighborhood. on thursday crews temporarily stopped it and the air cleared for the first time in 16 weeks. cruise will now fill the gas well with cement to permanently stop the leak. having today, planning to go to the chapel and get married on valentine's day? some county clerks offices will be own for weddings today. dozens of people in san francisco are getting a
little unexpected treat this valentine's day weekend. abc7 news reporter melanie woodrow tweeted these pictures of envelopes taped. but they said it may be fun to watch people smiling as we receive the money but then sometimes leaving it for someone who may need it more. >> you can be a valentine to the animal shelter's pet. tickets are $20 a person. all funds raised from today's event goes to the shelter's angel funds which helps fay medical costs of the animals before they are adopted. the party starts at 2:00 p.m. at the fireside lounge in almeda. 5:16, the time. and we have had a really nice weekend so far. going to keep on going, right? >> yeah. the next three days we are going to see temperatures continue to
climb with records possible and maybe today. yesterday was in the low 60s half moon bay. to today another five degrees of warming. we are getting underway with the warping trend due to the north wind. 60 degrees in some area of the north bay. mt. tam has wind gusts out of the north up to 35 miles per hour. with the high clouds and wind shift we around looking at my fog this morning. the central coast doing okay and a huge dome of high pressure building in to the north and to the east of us and that's going to get the offshore winds going tonight. so we can see some gusty winds in the upper elevations. they shouldn't really work down to the surface but if you are hiking or biking you may certainly hear or run into some of these winds. but they should subside and we will just be left with a lot of warmth in the next couple of days. the east bay hills camera, things look pretty calm here. 53 san francisco. 48 in mountain view and san jose with 50 morgan hill. look at the coast, 54 degrees half moon bay.
and from the roof camera, yeah, the flags are kind of flat, but check out the santa rosa temperature. at 57 degrees. so you know something is going on there. 42 in napa just down the road. so a big temperature profile there. at in novato, 48 by the delta, the 49 concord and 43 in livermore. this is interesting. as you look at oakland down through san jose, anywhere from 3 to 7 degrees cooler with the calm winds. radiational cooling. then we get the north winds and look at this, 14 degrees warmer from novato to santa rosa. even the west coast getting into the act. things will get even warmer in the morning hours. we see the quick warmup. warm today for valentine's day. records possible today and tuesday. the rain is going to return by late wednesday into thursday. statewide upper 60s on the coast. everybody is warmer today compared to yesterday. high surf in southern california, gusty winds in the mountains, 85 degrees in los angeles. you have to feel guilty from what those folks are going
through back east. on the peninsula, no fog this morning. looking at a clear start, 51 degrees pebble beach. low to mid-60s from 11:00 to 2:00. numbers coming up there. take a look at monday where the orange comes into play here. we should see numbers in 80s from napa to the north bay. records are possible. into tuesday not a lot of change. still the warmth in the east bay. we get into the wind shift on wednesday. sharply cooler with numbers in the 60s. remember this, the storm impact scale? from 1 to 5 we rate our storms. 1 being the lightest and 5 being the heaviest and strongest. we are expecting a 1. as we go into wednesday afternoon into wednesday night, here come the rain. looks like the emphasis will be in the north bay. it will be ending by thursday. this is a guide. this is looking at more generous rain for the north bay, a half-inch to an inch. maybe a half in or less the rest of the bay area. 74 fremont. 77 morgan hill and santa rosa with 73 in san francisco.
half moon bay 70. the accuweather seven-day forecast notice the 80s tomorrow, chris. and then by wednesday a wig change with a 1 on our storm impact scale that lingers into thursday, and we look dry into next weekend. so it's just a weird looking seven days, isn't it? >> it sure is weird. no need for a jacket now but keep the umbrellas handy for later in the week. >> i talked to my sister back east and they had a blizzard. and i was sitting out in the sun. sorry. >>. >> coming up, one woman lost all of her wedding photos when they were wiped off her smartphones. and in honor of black history month we are celebrating people making a difference are you live. today we remember jazz legend duke elton, named an honorary citizen of oakland.
>> in the old days you need a camera and a film to take a pictures, in nowadays it's a lot easier. you just need a phone. >> he put it in my hand and it said mary me. >>i think grid and john took pictures when he proposed and more at their city hall wedding. >> right under the rotunda, wright where we want it had, the only copies were stored on her i-phone so she decided to back them up for safekeeping. >> i told my husband i'm going
to go to the apple store. >> she figured they could store them safely in i cloud. >> and they said no problem, i got it. >> the technician was having trouble and an hour later a manager was examining her phone. she took back her phone and then the shock. >> oh, my god, i said my pictures are gone. i think i'm about to have a heart attack. >> the technician somehow deleted all of her wedding photos and thousands more. >> all of a sudden you hear a scream and a cry and everybody was kind of silent. >>i think grid's daughter, victoria, was there when her mom cried out no the store. there was no pictures to get the pictures back. >> at this point i said i'm in tears and i said what are you going to do that to fix this? >> they gave her a couple backpacks. she said nothing near what she lost. >> i said you took a moment of my life, something i can't get off. >> and they said this can happen, even at an apple store.
>> i'm afraid to tabic first on my phone because they are not accountable to what they have done. >> apple said after looking into the issue we are reviewing your in-store procedures to determine if we can make any further improvements. the only constellation, she posted two wedding pictures on facebook. now the only ones she has left. >> i had to take one for the team but i hope this never happened to anyone else. the apple technician told ingrid he used the find my i-phone feature while trying to back up the pictures and she believes that wiped them off her phone. he posted information on my website at how to back up your photos. you can find it a abc7.com. i'm michael finney, open your side. >> you know baseball is right around the corner when the snap giants host their annual fan fest. we were at at&t park yesterday where 30,000 fans put on their orange and black. many had a chance to meet their
favorite players. >> kind of feel the love for them and the fans were cheering and it was like an awesome community. >> we were walking around earlier with a hot dog. >> you never know who you are going to bump into. >> he was receipt in front of me. who was it? >> hunter pence. >> some got signed autographs. another took pictures with the mascot, lou veal. wednesday pitchers and catchers report to camp. a bay area company wants to improve on one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the world. botox. millions of people get the injections every year to freeze wrinkles. how you can get the same results without the needle coming up tonight on abc7 news at 11:00. >> it's the chinese new year's celebration necessary china up to yesterday leading up to the big parade next saturday. thousands of people came out for a parade.
a chinese practice to improve wellness through exercise and meditation. the big parade is next weekend in san francisco. the parade begins at 5:00 p.m. on saturday, february 20th. much month ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. bringing hope. the pope's trip south of the border continues and why he says mexico has a bright future. >> one of the most iconic and controversial figures on the supreme court unexpectedly died. i'm mary hundreddy, and i will have so much more on
57 degrees. 59 novato. contrast that to livermore's cool 43 and napa 42. something is going on. gusty north winds. we have clear sky, no fog. just high clouds. we are looking at stones of sunned to. but that offshore flow is going to aid in our warmup. in fact, it's going to get warm quickly. look at noontime. we start out in the low to mid-50s. by noontime we are in the 60s at the coast, even 70 inland, and by the afternoon mid-and upper 70s. the evening is quite mild. this is just the beginning of a three-day trend where we could see record temperatures. chris. >> lisa, thank you. now back to our developing news on the sudden loss of justice antonin scalia. america continues to mourn his loss. this morning we are learning more about his judicial legacy and the fight for who will be his replacement. ray is in new york with the latest. good morning. >> chris, good morning to you. we have just learned the body of
associate justice antonin scalia was taken to a west texas funeral home but at this hour we don't know what would happen to his remains. he died unexpectedly while on a hunting trip in west texas. this, as we learn more this morning, about his juris legacy and how he will be remembered. >> the body of justice antonin scalia transported into the parking lot of a west texas funeral home, heavily guarded by u.s. marshals. america mourns the loss of one of the most conservative injurists on the high court. >> he influenced a generation of judges, lawyers and students and profoundly shaped the legal landscape. >> scalia, nominate bid president ronald reagan, served more than 30 years on the bench. he will forever be remembered for his strict interpretation and stan of defense of the constitution. republican presidential candidates reacting during
saturday night's debate. >> this is a tremendous blow to conservatism. it's a tremendous blow frankly to our country. >> he will go down as one of the great justices in this republic. >> he reportedly died in his sleep of natural causes. this morning flags are flown at half-staff outside of the supreme court to honor scalia. this, as a political battlebrews over who will replace him. senate republicans threatening not to confirm an obama nominee. reaction on both sides of the aisle. >> i believe the president should not move forward, and i think we ought to let the next president of the united states decide. >> the president has a responsibility to nominate a new justice, and the senate has a responsibility to vote. >> and as the controversy continues as to exactly who will replace, justice scalia will be
mourned by his wife and nine children. he died at the ageful 79, just three weeks shy of his 80th birthday. abc7 news. chris, back to you. >> ray, thank you. fresh off of last night's debate in south carolina, gop presidential candidates john kasich and marco rubio will have a lot to talk about. the two will appear on "this week." and plus after his double-digit win over hillaryhillary clintone sanders will also come to the show. you can catch it right here on abc7. pope francis will be celebrating mass in mexico in a few hours. reporter david ono from our sister station in los angeles is following the pontiff's five-day visit to the country and is in mexico city with more. >> as hope frances appeared on the streets of mexico city he
brings with him something far greater than celebrity. he brings hope. 2 million people have emerged from their homes to getting a fleeting glimpse of the pontiff high. the sight of him is uplifting, it's his words that have the most impact. in his speeches you don't write into the heavy issues that burden this country. he talked of mexico's violent drug trade. >> i am particularly concerned about those many persons who seduce bid the empty power of the world, praise illusions and embrace their mocover symbols to commercialize death in exchange for money. >> the pope also shined a light on corruption and poverty. but in his speech in front of the president of mexico, and many other powerful dignitaries, in his own, kind, comfort ago way, points out the solution to these problems is, in fact, that half this country is made up of
the young. this offers hope and future prospects, the pope says. a people with a youthful population is a people able to renew and transform its sell. >> there he goes. that's the pope! >> as our cameras captured the excitement of the pope's route through the city. citizens tell me they are grateful for the pope's bold words. >> capitalism is so important. i think he's the best person to give that message. i think that will make more people to get it. >> we need to lead with the heart so we can make contingencies in our lives. mexicans have an obligation to make a better world. >> reporting from mexico city, david ono, abc7 news. >> this weekend many muni riders are being taken by surprise. a dozen bus stops were taken out of service, part of a plan to
ease traffic flow on the busy thoroughfare. >> uniriders showed up at their usual stops, only to discover the buses were driving right past them. changes have gun on mission street. a busy corridor where people ride a muni bus on this busy stretch 65,000 times a day. >> wouldn't it be better to have more stops an fewer stops? >> i just need to adjust my route by going down one block. it's not the worst thing in the world. >> in all twelve stops have been taken out of service. seven going toward downtown, five going toward daly city. >> some people are upset, the older people are upset. but what can i do? >> it's all part of a plan to ease traffic flow on mission street and make the muni ride faster but some riders are worried about safety. >> especially if you are walking alone at night, you don't want to walk too far. especially if you are a womb.
>> removing bus stops is just the first step. red transit-only lanes will be added and left turn restrictions will be implemented this is what it will look like when it's finished. >> this will save you five minutes each way. >> is that significant enough, you think? i don't know. >> the $3.8 million project is being paid for by voter-approved bonds. the changes are expected to be completed by the end of april. abc7 news. >> still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. concerns over safety is prompting an oakland business to change its name. we will tell you what the problem is. first the time right now is 5:37. a live look outside from the sutro tower camera. you see the bay bridge to the right side of the screen. we are looking ahead to warmer conditions. we will have the full forecast in just a few minutes.
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>> a high school senior brought a smile to every girl's face this weekend by buying them all flowers, more than 800 of them. he played the order and recruited some of his friends for passing the flowers out. he asked for permission to deliver them during the last period on thursday before the holiday weekend. >> got around 800 flowers out there. i don't think a girl should be left out during valentine's day.
>> it cost the teenager $500 to pull it off. he started the tradition during his freshman year when 30 girls received flowers. every year since then the number has gone up and he wanted to make sure his senior year was the biggest year of all. what a great kid. >> so cute. so cute. we are looking at some very interesting weather conditions this morning. how about 42 degrees in napa, while it's 59 in novato? north winds already working in the north bay to bring temperatures way up. it's 53 in san francisco. 43 in livermore. so today starts our three day warming trend with records in the bay area and rain returns. i'll have it for you in a few minutes. >> lisa, thanks. also ahead, some flash brotherly love. love. steph curry and klay again! again! again!
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good. >> good morning, everyone. mild conditions today but get ready for some warmth. lisa returns with a full accuweather forecast in a few minutes. in sports tonight is the main event in toronto as steph curry, klay thomson and draymond green play in the all-star game. here's the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> good morning. let's head to toronto for all-star saturday in the nba 3-point shooting contest. steph curry, the defending champion, but his splash brother, klay thompson, knows his strokemis as pure as steph's and proved it last night. he was the top dog in round 1. he finished with 21. steph, and klay were in the finals. klay went last and night the final 8 shots. finished with 27 points and the
three point trophy stays with the warriors. klay thompson wins it. first team in history to have the player from the same team winner in back-to-backs. >> so fun to go with steph in the final. i thought is this dama view? i was happy i got lucky and got hot. >> had a higher score but feeling better, a lot more rhythm on the shots and on the rack. with klay it was fun to watch. under pressure, knowing what number he had to hit, and he did it. >> ducks last to cal on thursday. jordan bell hoping it didn't happen again with the monster jam but the ducks, 4 of 5 from beyond the arc. 25 points, 5 seconds left. oregon down two. michael humphrey, rejection. stanford upsets oregon. cardinals 5-7 in pac-12 play.
and meanwhile jabari with back-to-back 20-point games. finished with 23 points, 7 rebounds and a dunk right here. sjalin brown provides one of the top ten highlights. oh, my, and the foul. cal wins. they are now 7-5 in conference play and undefeated at home. sharks hosting pacific division rival arizona at the tank. time to get busy. before the game they honored their head coach. the team bought him a boat. sharks gave up four goals in the first feared to the flames on thursday. much better last night. from the point, his second. 1-0 sharks. later in the period, brent burns with a pass to chris. he redirects it and the sharks go on to win 4-1 that final. yesterday was moving day at pebble beach. pros and celebrities. last chance to make the cut. playing their third different course in three days.
45-year-old phil mickelson won the event four times and made a huge move to the top of the leaderboard. >> justin justinjustin just misses the cut. the par save on 15. he will miss the cut, as well. actor mark wahlberg paired with bubba watson just made the cut at 17-under. he's a have handicap. and here a net eagle. the entertaining bill murray signing autographs. and later on the pro side phil mickelson shot a 6-under 6 at the pebble. the 45-year-old has a two-shot lead heading into today's final round. we will have that at 5:00. have a great day.
>> larry beil continues his report at the all-star game in toronto tonight. you can also follow larry's updates on twitter at layer write beil abc7. 5:48, the time. lisa, so many people out enjoying nature and everything that the city has to offer this weekend. >> i was going to say larry will be talking about the weather for sure in toronto. it's below zero there. and here it's unbelievable. we certainly need rain. we have some on our 7 day outlook. we are starting out with high clouds and temperatures on the mild side. sun sets at 5:47. 10 hours 46 minutes. daylight. you see the high clouds in the north bay. we have the fog out of the bay. none of that to worry about. but a huge dome of high pressure is building in not only today, but it peaks tomorrow and then it really stays with us on tuesday. we are going to see some gusty offshore winds in the upper elevations. already we are seeing winds over 35 miles an hour up around mt.
tam. 2500 feet. but from our east bay hills camera they aren't gusty quite yet around mt. diablo. some of the cooler numbers, san jose, mountain view to oakland and 51 morgan hill. that's a cool spot. from our roof camera, nice-looking view. the north winds mixings up the atmosphere, and that's allowing for the warmer than average temperatures this morning. 48 in fairfield. it's 49 in concord. good morning, livermore. 43 for you. and napa at 42 degrees. so that air as it descends into the valley it does cool off and they aren't getting the effects of the north wind. but clerk it out. from our east bay to the south bay, with he are cooler this morning. anywhere from 5 to 7 degrees cooler but up in the north bay, 11 to 14 degrees warmer and that's all due to the wind. and another vantage point. we are look at a clear start. no fog 20 speak of for your
valentine's day. records possible for not only today. a chance today but more likely tomorrow and tuesday. and then rain returning for the middle of the week. check it out. this is february. and you have to do a double take with 60s, 70s, 80s, they have high surf, gusty winds in southern california. the sierra nevada, 53 degrees. the next system is rain first and it will change over to snow into thursday. a little bit of help there. and monterey starting out clear. low 50s pebble beach. and still quite mild by 5:00. so look at the temperature profile, the colors here with upper 70s to year 80 degrees for monday. we are likely to see some records. this is the offshore flow. doesn't change newspaper much on tuesday. these are the records we will see more likely and even with 70 in san francisco it will feel like spring but by wednesday sharply cooler and that's because of a weak storm on the way. this is the storm impact scale.
rating 1205 with weakest to stronget and this is what is headed our way by late wednesday for a messy wednesday commute perhaps, into thursday morning. rainfall amounts from a third of an inch to maybe more than that up in the north bay, maybe a half-inch san francisco. 76 in oakland and san jose. vallejo coming in at 72. look at the warmth the next three days and the weak system wednesday, thursday and dry next weekend. still right now we are still five to six degrees above average each and every day. we adding another five to eight degrees. about 16 degrees above average. >> we will call it a spring preview before reality sets in on wednesday. >> yeah, right. >> thank you. >> say the word isis, and that's not the description you will hear first. why an oakland beauty salon is going through a name change and the process is getting a lot of attention. katie has more. >> beauty is in the eye of the
beholder and so is the meaning of a name. >> what terror group would name themselves after a female to begin with and a goddess? like isis would move into our neighborhood. >> the i'm isis is now associated with ugliness. no longer the egyptian goddess of beauty or an oakland salon weren't had to deal with too many bigots. the level of ignorance was unbelievable. >> people are stopping 20 snap pictures of this sign. isis. we are changing our name for obvious reasons. it's funny but was prompted by serious safety concerns. >> at first we didn't want to change it because it's been the name so long through there were threats people coming in and making rude comments and making phone calls. >> ten years after opening, they posted this banner promising the name change. with the help of their neighbor,
hamilton broadway sign. >> he's a wonderful neighbor and a great asset to the community. >> as they talk about the clever banner, they turn bad luck into good branding. >> the new name is alysieum, a place of heaven. something you won't find with isis. abc7 news. >>ing up next, love is in the air and soon feathers will be too. we will tell you where and w
>> nobody matched all six numbers in that drawing either so wednesday's jackpot goes up to $17 million. happening today, get your pillows fluffed for tonight's annual valentine's day pillow fight. nearly 1,000 people and feathers will fill the plaza. free for all is for people to release any valentine's day anxiety or stress. they encourage participants to bring a mask to protect against the feathers and a garbage bag to help clean up afterwards. it starts at 5:50 tonight. next on the abc7 sunday morning news at 6:00. remembering justice scalia. he was the longest serving current justice in the current court. plus, who is putting tax in a dog part? the newest efforts to find the culprit.
>> it's sunday, february 14th. happy valentine's day, everyone. i'm chris nguyen in for caroline tyler. we are off to a mild start across the bay. here's lisa argen with with the first look at live doppler 7hd. hi, lisa. >> good morning. it's warmer in parts of the north bay. the north winds getting underway and we have some high clouds. would you the calm winds and the radiational cooler, we are warmer in most spots burks not everywhere. it's still cool in the 40s for you no mountain view. in san jose and livermore. check out the north bay and the coast. we've got mid-and upper 50s. so the winds will be gusty in the higher elevations and probably not working right down to the surface with the offshore winds. but at times you may feel