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Avenue. Southbound Menlo Park slow traffic on the Bayshore northbound with a new Pat new accident just past Marsh road. Next update. Eleven fifty eight on the traffic leader KCBS forecast. KPI x five meteorologists mayor really lower starting off the day with low clouds and areas of fog once again, it's all thanks to onshore flow as we head through the afternoon clearing with afternoon. Sunshine and daytime highs will be above average for this time of year with light offshore winds, especially inland. We're going to warm up to the low to mid eighties inland for the bay mid to upper sixties to about seventy and cool and breezy along the coast upper fifties with southwesterly winds ten to twenty miles per hour. High pressure builds in for us, and that means plenty of sunshine as we go through Saturday and. Especially on Sunday for mother's day. Does look great all across the bay area. We'll continue with sun is we had through Monday and for Tuesday cooler on Wednesday with showers back in the forecast next Thursday and next Friday right now in San Francisco is sixty seven degrees, sixty two and Oakland and Hayward sixty five and San Jose in Mountain View, seventy five in Santa Rosa, sixty three in Redwood City, seventy concord, traffic and weather together on the eight on all these one of six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time eleven fifty. We're going to pause for a moment to test to our emergency alert system. This is only a test. It's eleven fifty s we get back to the news this weekend marks the eightieth anniversary of the top of the Mark the iconic lounge with one of the best sunset viewing spots in San Francisco. That'd be a big celebration tomorrow with cake champagne in special nodded largest role as military hang out during World War. Two CBS is making goals be has a preview top of the Mark server glorious Sullivan, and I are in we first quarter section of the lounge with the view Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. It got its name during World War Two. She explains people would said meet you at the top of the Mark either going out or coming in. And sometimes, you know, I mean, tears were shed both ways. Sometimes people didn't come back in the ship came back. She's worked here for just under forty five years. Well, you know, I think it keeps you young actually every time we come to the city we come to the top of Martin Karen lives in the south west. It's occasions or it's no occasion. But it becomes the Cajun because.