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"A six day weather forecast now from KPI. X five meteorologists to Mary leak. We are tracking scattered showers in high def Doppler this morning as we head through the afternoon. Mainly dry could see a few showers, but also could see a little bit of sunshine as we head through the day. Now, the atmosphere is unstable and settled weather will continue, and that's why we're gonna keep that chance of some isolated showers for today. Mid to upper fifty s inland. Mid fifty s for the bay in about fifty for the coast. If you want more sunshine Friday will be your day mix of sun and clouds slight chance of a shower. But I think it's going to be a beautiful day across the bay area. Now, our next weather system. It's a quick moving system that rolls in Saturday afternoon and evening into Sunday morning drying out after that for the rest of your Sunday a break on Monday as well showers for Tuesday. And right now the longer range weather models. Keep us right Wednesday all the way through next weekend. Temperature is around the bay right now, fifty three degrees in San Francisco, Oakland, Mountain, View, and conquered. It is fifty two in San Jose. Redwood City fifty in Livermore, San Rafael, Santa Rosa, fifty five degrees. As right now in Hayward, traffic and weather together on the eight son all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS KCBS news time, ten fifty Fernie buyer. Nick Palmer or the KCBS editor's desk. Diana shook is writing the news this morning, and we've got production assistance from Aruba Cosmi. We haven't seen long stretches of sun. For awhile KCBS is Larry Sharoni tells us this winter is the wettest in US history. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says that from December to February the lower forty eight states received just over nine inches of rainfall and snow which is about two inches above the norm for the twentieth. Century records date back eighteen ninety-five university of Illinois climate scientists Donald wiggles says whether events brought on by climate change are becoming much more apparent more wildfires if you're going to see more drought, but at the same time, we expect atmospheric rivers to get more intense, and because of that additional water vapor in the atmosphere. So that's going to allow for very large rainfall. Events as well. And of course, we're.
"aruba cosmi" Discussed on KCBS All News
"AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time ten fifty one forty Byron. Nick Palmer are at the KCBS editor's desk. Diana shook his writing the news this morning production assistance from Aruba Cosmi mountain lion. Cubs that have been wandering around Half Moon bay have been captured now without the use of tranquilizers, and they're being evaluated KCBS. Margaret Shaeffer reports from San Mateo county about lions are mostly elusive and are an important part of our ecosystem, the mountain lions one boy and one girl between fifteen and twenty pounds were caught with nets and were unharmed and ocean colony where they were walking among the homes the six month old cat. Where spotted three times over three days and wildlife officials waited for the mother to show up, but she never materialized. And so sometimes like with other wild animals, they will leave their cubs along because they have to go out and they have to hunt, and they have to bring food back to their cubs becomes have been taken to the Oakland zoo. If you come across a mountain lion, don't panic. They live here to this is part of their world as well. And they they don't really want to have any human interactions. She adds it's best to keep dogs on leashes and cats indoors in mountain lion country. And if you do come across one make yourself big and slowly back away in San Mateo county, Marci Schaefer, KCBS never a good idea. The turnaround run from them the pinola police department has launched what maybe the bay area's first video reporting system. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek explains. Can't make it to the police department, but need to report a crime or talk to an officer either off switches PD one convenient reporting now you can make a face to face report. Right from your phone. It's an easier and better way for us to engage in all police officer, Jennifer witchy takes video calls on three different platforms Facebook video chat, Skype or FaceTime. She says it allows them to connect with the community on a more personal level. You get an idea of who that person is and what they're going through it engages more of an emotional aspects. So you can be more of a human to human contact not just someone on the phone. It's a new and innovative way of policing. She hopes will build trust with the younger generation we want to break that barrier. And we want people to know that we're here to help you can only report a crime. If it's not an emergency right now. Police are testing the service every Tuesday and Thursday from eleven AM to one PM in panel. Carrie, Hodousek KCBS?.
"aruba cosmi" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Of six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time ten fifty forty buyer. And Nick Palmer are at the KCBS editor's desk. Diana shook his writing the news this morning, and we have production assistance from Aruba Cosmi a new documentary film. Looks back at a time when the aids crisis was infancy, and San Francisco it was a time when there was very little known about the deadly disease. KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports the film is entitled five be after a special ward created by nurses for aids. Patients at San Francisco General hospital during the nineteen eighties. Dan, Kraus is the documentarian. He says the ninety minute film. Looks back at a team of nurses who were shocked at the lack of compassionate care offered to those suffering with aids patients were not being treated the same sort of dignity and respect that other patients were being afforded. There was a great deal of fear of aids patients and a lot of that fear was laced with latent bigotry crown says he was able to locate several of the nurses who tell their individual stories he was also able to marry that with hours of historic film, which had to be meticulously restored, the nurses made the word happen. And this is one of the first instances in which nurses has led the charge to provide care for patients, and they were the ones who developed this model of care that is used even today became at that time the model of aids care worldwide model care that's rooted not just in medical care. But in compassionate care the documentary five be closed out the Sanford. Cisco film festival last night and should be available for viewing on TV or online soon in San Francisco Jeffrey Xiao, KCBS, let's daylight saving time over now or all enjoying a little more sunshine in our morning drive button. KCBS report caveman Coney says highway officials are also warning the time shift could lead to an uptick in drowsy driving public information officer Hannah Wolcott says that when it comes to driving being tired isn't too different from being intoxicated driving as if you've been drinking alcohol, so it can lead to car crashes, and you know, putting yourself at other jeopardy. Nancy says the recent time change could make this problem worse for many drivers as it gets darker earlier. We all sort of naturally get weepy so rule number one. Do your absolute best to get enough sleep. But if you do find yourself driving tired exit the freeway in respiratory minutes, if you need to before continuing back on your way, just making sure that we all. A good night's rest. Hopefully, beginning, I'll say Keith men Coney KCBS. Tesla CEO Elon Musk says he has walked the full length of the tunnel that his company has done beneath the city of Los Angeles. In a tweet must call the tunnel. Quote, disturbingly long end, quote, it's actually about two miles long starting on the headquarters. Property of SpaceX musk says a tunnel is on track for opening December tenth and free rides for the public will start the very next day. The tunnel has basically a test bed for a concept mask and his boring company hoped to build in a number of places allowing commuters and their cars to be whisked beneath city streets to avoid congestion. Other study shows men still aren't getting the message when it comes to protecting themselves from skin cancer details from CBS's Vicki Barker. The researchers say skin cancer deaths. Among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more slowly or even declining in some places lead author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies suggest that men possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board. Vicki Barker CBS news now.