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this morning. so also a chance of drizzle especially along the north bay. there's a chance that another weaker storm right along the california-oregon border could drop down bringing us that chance of drizzle. very similar to yesterday. that very light rain just enough to be a nuisance. but the fog is really going to be the problem this morning. we do have warmer weather this weekend. here's the satellite-radar. we can see more gray conditions out there today. you may have to use your windshield wipers to wipe off the drizzle. here's the visibility map because this fog is going to be a problem. it already is and usually gets even thicker throughout the morning hours as we get closer to the early-morning lows when it's really cool out there. half moon bay right now at .3- mile visibility so it's going to be a tough drive along the coastline so at sfo it's not bad at 8 miles but it was 10 just about 10 minutes ago. so it's dropping already. hayward down to 4. concord down to 4. and oakland airport as
well so if you have flights today, definitely check with the airport and see if there's going to be any delays. the fog tends to cause delays. petaluma and napa down to .3- mile visibility. those valley locations certainly going to see that fog and jaclyn was affected by it this morning, as well. what's going on out there? >> it was. a slow ride heading into work this morning. right now we are seeing a lot of fog roll in over at the bay bridge toll plaza. just a few minutes ago, this shot was a lot clearer. so just beware if this is part of your morning commute. many other places throughout the bay are foggy. so allow extra time. we are still looking at 10 minutes heading across the bridge. she backup developing in the cash lanes. this is i-80 at ashby. we are still in the green again from highway 4 to the maze. but do allow extra space between you and that car in front of you and refrain from use your high beams. you need your headlights but don't use your high beams.
580 approach still moving at the limit and a lot clearer along that stretch. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. it's a grim situation in santa barbara county where 17 people are now confirmed dead in the wake of major mudslides. as cbs news' tom wait reports from montecito, a desperate search is on for people still missing. reporter: the search for victims continues in southern california. >> kind of doing what they do when there's an avalanche. you go around and poke. if you feel something difficult you try to figure out what it is. >> reporter: two days passed since a rainstorm triggered mudslides in the santa ines mountains. this is still a search-and- rescue operation, first responders saying other survivors may be trapped in the mud somewhere. >> there are several factors that go into determining how long a victim will be viable. air temperature, soil temperature, weather conditions and the like. >> reporter: 500 rescue workers have been combing through the debris field. they have already canvassed
more than 75% of it but what remains are the hardest hit and least accessible areas. much of the efforts are taking place here in montecito northwest of los angeles. that's where hundreds of homes have either been damaged or destroyed by the slide. >> oh, my god, mom! >> reporter: using his cell phone marco captured the scene at his parents' home in montecito. >> it's just roaring and banging against the house and the most vicious, violent sounds you have ever heard. >> reporter: several major freeways in the region are still buried under several feet of debris. they won't re-open until next week. tom wait, cbs news, montecito, california. a housing hearing gets under way today aimed at making it much easier to finds a rent control place here in california. kpix 5's jackie ward joins us live from city hall in san francisco with the details. jackie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. so now that whenever rent is brought up, especially in the bay area, things can get very heated on both sides of the
issue. so what's being talked about and mulled over a hearing today, it's a proposal that was written in favor of tenants. right now, the way state law stands, it's a limit to rent control and says buildings built after 1995 cannot be rent controlled as part of the act. what's being talked about today, ab1606 would get rid of that mean local governments could make rent control apply to every, single building including brand-new ones. >> at the same time, we have seen literally millions of vulnerable tenants around the state of california who are at risk of being evicted and we have to do things to protect those vulnerable tenants, as well. >> reporter: according to state law and how it stands now, when a tenant leaves a rent controlled unit, landlords are able to increase rent up to market rate. however, if the bill were to pass, that part of the law would also be dismantled. so today's hearing starts at 9:00 at the state capital. in san francisco, jackie ward,
kpix 5. >> what are local housing advocates saying about all this? >> reporter: the housing committee of san francisco loves this idea of ab1506. they are having a bus pick up people according to 48 hills, a media group, they are saying they are going to have a bus at the civic center at 6 a.m. just to transport people to sacramento to be part of the hearing. back to you. >> thank you. a new obstacle for lawmakers trying to restore protections for illegal immigrants brought here as children after president trump's decision to end the daca program. yesterday, a group of prominent house republicans began pushing a proposal that includes a severe crackdown on illegal immigration and sharply reduces the number of legal immigrants. it would offer three-year renewable work permits to daca recipients without a path to citizenship. that could undermine bipartisan negotiations. earlier in the day lawmakers from both parties said they have agreed to negotiate on
four broad areas involving immigration. one local lawmaker believes a series of immigration raids are pay back for the bay area's sanctuary policies and court battles over daca. i.c.e. agents raided stores in five bay area cities yesterday as part of a multi-state operation. this video is from a 7-eleven in santa rosa. agents got paperwork, hiring audits and arrested 21 illegal immigrants. >> they are trying to intimidate and bully jurisdictions like santa clara, like san francisco, anyone who has taken a stand against donald trump and his racist immigration policies. >> officials are calling today's sweeps the largest immigration action against an employer under the trump presidency. president trump may refuse to talk to investigators looking into collusion between him campaign and russia. the president didn't answer
whether he would give an enter view to special counsel saying there was no need to. the president repeatedly said there was no collusion. then on twitter, he once again called the investigation a witch hunt. he said that republicans should finally take control. democrats weren't happy. >> i think he is asking his party to rally around him and give him political cover to begin to put an end to this witch hunt. yet again, um, he is taking steps that depending on the context look like evidence of obstruction of this investigation. >> the president's personal attorney has filed defamation lawsuits against news website buzzfeed and research firm fusion gps over a dossier with allegations about the president's ties to russia. this morning, public health officials are urging people to get their flu vaccine. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in san jose with more on the
deaths reported in the bay area. anne. >> reporter: the new death reported here in santa clara county. that person was under 65 years old and had not been vaccinated. here's a look at some of the numbers so far on flu deaths in california. santa clara county has seen 5 people die from flu complications so far this year. solano county has just reported its first death. and four people have died in contra costa county. the latest two flu-related fatalities takes the death toll in california to 29. 70% of those people did get the flu shot. but health officials say the vaccine is the best way to prevent your family from complications of influenza and it's not too late to get vaccinated. even if you get the flu even with the vaccine, you may be less ill and may not require hospitalization. symptoms of the flu similar to those of the common cold but
are more severe. the h3n2 virus is the main strain making people sick and it's hard to fight. >> that strain of flu tends to change more rapidly than other strains from the time that we know what's circulating to the time the vaccine is made. >> reporter: there are shortages of flu medication because of the demand. the state is now working with pharmaceutical companies to get more vaccines on store shelves as soon as possible. live in san jose, mccain kpix 5. time now 5:09. california's attorney general is set to announce a huge settlement with a major energy company. >> reporter: berkeley police on the hunt for two robbers who shot up a cal grad student. i'll have the details and the surveillance video coming up. >> i'll take a look at the foggy forecast for you as we start this thursday. it's going to be a tough drive as jaclyn knows.
it happened last month at vine street and martin berkeley police are s.a.g. for two men who robbed and shot a university of california student. it happened last month at vine street and martin luther king, jr. way. kpix 5's jessica flores joins lives from berkeley with the latest. reporter: that grad student had just parked his car around 9:30 p.m. and he got out and that's when the robbery happened. it's uncommon to the shot for a laptop but it's what happened. people hope someone can identify these robbers. the grad student didn't want to let go because in his bag he had his laptop with his dissertation and in the video
you can see he finally let's go and the gunshots happen. three of them. you can see the muzzle flashes and one of those gunshots struck the grad student in the right side. he says it took days to emotionally process what could have happened. >> well, it's up to the third day that i finally burst into tears to figure out i might have been dead. >> reporter: now, detectives want you to take a close look at this car. they think it's the getaway car. again, berkeley police are really asking for the public's help. this has been unsolved now for more than a month so they are hoping someone can identify those robbers or maybe if you were in that area vine and mlk around 9:30 december fifth, you remember something, call berkeley police. the one good thing about this story in the end is the guy did have his dissertation backed up. so he does still have his dissertation. and he is able to complete his
grad studies here at uc- berkeley. i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. this morning, state attorney general xavier becerra will be at the california department of justice announcing a statewide settlement with bp energy. the settled lawsuit claims that the energy company overcharged state and local governments for natural gas. in 2014, the state joined a whistle-blower case against bp filed by a former company employee. by settling, they are averting a trial which would have cost the company hundreds of millions. right now let's check traffic with jaclyn. hey there. >> hey there. i know you didn't have any fog on your ride in but many commuters are dealing with this situation right now. interstate 80 we have a fog advisory in place and we just saw a crash on the boards there, westbound 80 past american canyon. delays in both directions. speeds drop around 45 miles per hour. we also have some ferries that
will be not in service today but buses instead. 6:10 mare island and6:15 vallejo. you're still able to get through the commute but it's definitely going to be foggy. 80 near gilman as you make your way towards the bay bridge toll plaza, i don't see those cars. so reduced visibility. speeds still in the green. we haven't seen metering lights come on yet. any minute now over at the toll plaza, we are in the yellow though for drivers across the span. along 880 and 580 approach, those are clear. the fog will last for the morning hours for sure.
let's show you our live cameras right now. so this view earlier was nice and clear at the embarcadero and now you can see the fog rolling in. here's another view. we had the coit tower in sight and now that glow is all we can see of the tower. it's going to be a gray start. typical drive out there. our headlines look like this. so patchy fog for the morning commute. it's going to return tomorrow as well so keep that in mind today and tomorrow before you head out. know that it may be slow going and we'll have clouds until this afternoon. high pressure is making its way towards california. once it arrives, that's when we'll see the sunshine and the temperatures on the rise. so visibility right now let's show you how difficult it will be out there. so half moon bay down to 1.3- mile visibility. you can see a lot of this fog now rolling into the bay affecting visibility in hayward as well and at oakland airport. concord, 2.5-mile visibility. petaluma down to a third mile
and napa, as well. santa rosa not bad at moment. in the low-lying areas in the hills it settles in. it's because we have a lot of moisture in the air, we're definitely feeling that. it may even be misty on your windows today. we also have barely a breeze. so yesterday we saw a lot more wind right along the coastline and that helps clear the air about today we have similar conditions as yesterday morning except no winds so very calm conditions. that's not helping blow any of that fog out. satellite-radar showing high cloud coverage and again a little bit of moisture. so it's not going to be rain. it's keeping higher. 50s in the area. our highs look like this across the south bay. low 60s for campbell, los gatos 62. fremont at 59 degrees today. so it's going to be slightly warmer than yesterday.
low 60s for the east bay. concord, pittsburg at 60. brentwood 61 today. high in san francisco today 59. so a few degrees warmer than right now. so our temperatures are not going to warm up too much. but they will eventually. we have high pressure out here. that's what's keeping all the storms to the north of us. and once that really arrives, you will feel that difference. it's going to be sunny and warm by the time we get to saturday. that's when that high pressure will come in keeping the storms it the north until next week when the storms dip south by tuesday. so the sunday forecast our next chance of rain. trending now, severe illness has forced willie nelson to cancel several concerts including one in the bay area. the country music legend was supposed to take the stage at graton resort & casino in rohnert park last night but that's been rescheduled. his publicist says he has the flu. on saturday, at a concert in san diego, the 84-year-old was
so sick, he had to leave the stage after the first song. fans say he was coughing and having trouble breathing. nelson has also canceled his concerts this week in nevada. new fallout for logan paul from youtube. he is facing punishment after he posted footage of a body hanging from a tree in japan. yesterday, youtube said paul's content will be removed from a premium google ad platform. he will also lose his role in a web series and an original youtube movie featuring paul has now been put on hold. paul has removed the video blog and apologized. youtube says more plans are in the works to prevent a similar incident from happening again. tennis star serena williams is gracing the latest cover of "vogue" magazine. in an article featured in the magazine, she opens up about motherhood and the likelihood of raising her four-month-old daughter in san francisco. serena told vogue, quote, there's something really attractive about the idea of moving to san francisco and
just being a mom. but she is not ready to do that yet. she says she wants to win at least two more grand slams to total 25 in her career. i think she can do it. she married last year and has been spotted at dolores park and other parts of the mission district in the past. why did former raider quarterback rich gannon change his mind in joining jon gruden's staff? a record night for kevin durant, but was it enough to beat the clippers? tip-off coming up.
steph curry sat out last night against the clippers after he re-injured his ankle in practice. klay thompson got the night off. that's not a good combination. kevin durant back in the line- up. he hit a milestone late second quarter. he scored his 20,000th point to become the second youngest to reach it. only lebron james was younger. clippers guard lou williams took over after durant got his standing o. he couldn't miss. hit 8 of 16 from beyond the arc. he scored 27 points in the 3rd quarter, got his 50th point in the game on his final attempt. clippers win big, 125-106. and steve kerr sums up the night like this. >> and they came in and just kicked our [censored] and they deserved everything they got. >> the return of jon gruden does not mean the return of
rich gannon as his quarterback coach. the former league mvp went on 95.7 and said he doesn't have enough energy to keep up with chuckie. >> i really came to my senses probably on the flight up there. to work alongside jon gruden, it takes a special person. you have to be able to match his energy and his intensity and his passion and quite frankly his endurance. and i just didn't know that that would be right for me and my family at this point. >> might have a tough time filling up that staff as more coaches are like rich gannon. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. all right. here's the play of the day from the nba. chicago taking on new york. [ play-by-play ] >> the knicks kristaps
porzingis with some smooth moves. the bulls ended up winning 122-119. ♪[ music ] right now, rent control across the state is limited to buildings built before 1995. but one proposal wants to change that. we'll fill you in next. >> reporter: and two more flu- related deaths reported in the bay area. coming up, why doctors say it is not too late to get the flu shot. who are these people?
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>> and you can see coit tower from one camera view but definitely not from this one. i'll have a look at your foggy forecast. >> and this is the bay bridge. i promise! we are dealing with some fog for the morning commute. we'll take a look at how that's impacting the commuters coming up. good morning, everyone. it's thursday, january 11th. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm kenny choi. today lawmakers will hold a hearing for a rent control proposal that's aimed at bringing sky high prices in the bay area and across the state back to earth. kpix 5's jackie ward reports from san francisco. >> reporter: this is something that david chiu proposed nearly a year ago and finally today, we are getting a hearing on it. and that's a small victory for housing tenants groups. so here's why landlords are not pleased with this. ab1506 wants to eliminate rent control for all buildings. right now the costa hawkins act
prohibits that and only allows rent control in buildings that were built before 199 . [ yelling ] >> there's a housing shortage and this sort of bill creates it! >> reporter: landlords across the state were so annoyed with the proposal that they were able to delay any progression until now. still, it may be difficult for a rent control proposal to pass at the state level because of legislators from nonurban areas. if the bill passes there's also fear there would be a significant decline in new construction. the california apartment association told capital weekly in october that new private investment in rental housing with come to a screeching halt. so this is the one and only agenda item for the housing committee in sacramento today. that hearing is at 9 a.m. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. searchers are looking for survivors after the devastating mudslides in santa barbara
county. 17 people are confirmed dead in and around montecito. another 17 people are missing. the slides have destroyed about 100 homes and another 300 homes are damaged. authorities say most people who were under mandatory and voluntary evacuation orders tuesday did not evacuate. national guard crews are in santa barbara county. the 129th rescue wing from moffett field is helping with search-and-rescue efforts. mudslides can happen weeks and even months after the rain stops. san jose state university professor laura sullivan green says areas burned by wildfire are more prone to slides for two reasons. the fires destroy vegetation which absorbs water and helps keep soil in place and fires cause chemical changes in the soil causing it to repel water. >> instead of it absorbing into the soil, it runs off and carries the soil with it and mixes and creates the mud flow. >> burn areas remain susceptible to flooding and slides for up to two years
after a fire. that's a scary thought considering the hundreds of thousands of acres that have burned down there but i guess this morning the concern is fog. >> fog is a problem. it's covering a lot of our views of our live cameras. i want to show you the visibility map right away. leave earlier if you can today. half moon bay visibility down to 1.3. sfo down to 8. hayward is being impacted, as well. so you see a lot of that fog working its way around the bay and also hanging around those low-lying areas. livermore visibility at 5. concord 3. petaluma and napa seem to be getting it the worst where those gauges are, visibility down to a third mile and high clouds out there. so you're definitely going to notice that for most of the morning. it will be a gray gloomy kind of start to the day. here's a view of coit tower just moments ago. the fog was hovering right over it moments ago and blocking that view so we only saw the glow but now it's moving in and out around the bay. but we are going to see patchy fog throughout the morning
drive today. cloudy until this afternoon. and then high pressure will take over our weather pattern especially in time for the weekend. here's another view of coit tower so for now this is looking nice and clear am but we expect a lot of that fog to roll in and out. temperature-wise, we are a bit warmer. yesterday we are in the 40s for a lot of folks. this morning 53 in livermore. 53 in san francisco. san jose 54 degrees. and santa rosa a little cooler at 49. let's see how the roads are being impacted this morning. it's definitely slowing some folks down. i know it slows me down when i was coming into work but we are going to begin over at the bay bridge toll plaza. it looks like they just turned on those metering lights so it's going to get slower and slower. we have about a 12-minute ride from the maze into san francisco and we are dealing with that fog for drivers heading along the eastshore freeway. we're also tracking an accident, this is along 580. this is a look at the backup from the crash along 580 out near the altamont pass. so this is 205 as you are
heading out of tracy making your way towards livermore. and we're tracking big delays. your cruising speed around 10 miles per hour. the crash blocking two lanes. once you get past that, though, things look much better. and they are in the green as far as your ride but our travel times showing yellow just under a 25-minute commute from 205 to 680. the faa is looking into another dangerous incident at san francisco international airport. an aeromexico flight in mexico nearly landed on the wrong runway on tuesday. at the same time, another plane full of passengers was stopped on the runway waiting to take off. air traffic controllers noticed that error when the incoming plane was about a mile from the airport: this is the latest in a rash of mishaps at sfo airport in the past few months. bridesmaids burglarized. petaluma police say a thief is
targeting wedding parts. the burglar broke into the brides room at calvary chapel saturday. she stole wallets from purses while the bridesmaids were gone. the suspect has bright orange hair, police say she also stole a wallet from saint vincent de paul church a few days earlier. she used stolen credit cards to make purchases around petaluma and santa rosa. the flu bug is spreading across the country. anne makovec is live in san jose with more. >> reporter: another person has died here in santa clara county. we are told that person was under 65 years of age and had not been vaccinated. now here's a look at the latest numbers as they continue to climb here in california. five people have now died in santa clara county from flu- related complications so far this season. solano county just reported its first death. four people have died in contra costa county.
the latest two flu-related fatalities take the total number in california to 29. 70% of those people did not get the flu shot. and health officials say it is still the best way to protect your family from the complications of flu. it's not too late to get a shot. even if it doesn't prevent you from getting the flu, it may make it less likely that you'll be seriously ill and require hospitalization. the symptoms very similar to the common cold but much more severe. the h3n2 virus is the main strain making people sick. >> some have high fever, some are scared, they are having trouble breathing. they have -- they are just not doing well. >> reporter: now, there is also a temporary shortage of flu medication across the country right now and that's due to demand. so providers though say it's not an actual shortage. it's just trouble getting it to the right places, getting it on
to store shelves so health officials working with pharmaceutical companies right now to make that happen as soon as possible. live in san jose, anne makevoc, kpix 5. state lawmakers have advanced a plan aimed at helping californians facing higher tax bills under the new law. the republican plan caps state and local tax deductions at $10,000. the bill moving through the california legislature would allow taxpayers to donate to a newly created charitable fund instead of paying state and local taxes to allow them to write off the full amount from their federal tax bill. a new movie may set a record even before it's released. diane king hall reports. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: federal agents targeted 7-eleven stores in an immigration crackdown. they raided nearly 100 locations in 17 states. yesterday's raids targeted store owners and managers who
were asked to produce hiring records with employees' immigration status. 7-eleven said in a statement that store owners are responsible for hiring and verifying work eligibility. facebook wants to localize your newsfeed. these social networking giant is trying out a city-specific section to highlight local news and events. facebook will begin the test with a handful of cities. information will be selected through a combination of human staff and artificial intelligence. warren buffett still has a flip phone. in a cnbc interview he says he is not giving up his phone even though apple's ceo tim cook tried to convince him to get an iphone. buffett isn't alone. in 2016, more than half a million flip phones were shipped globally down only slightly from the prior year. and a new box office king may soon be crowned. black panther out sold all previous marvel films in its first 24 hours in ticket
presales according to fandango. it beat "captain america: civil war" which previously held the title. black panther hits theaters february 16th. that's your "cbsmoneywatch" report. i'm diane king hall. 5:40. pg&e is changes to its rate structure. why opponents are calling it punishment pricing. >> reporter: berkeley police are searching for two robbers who shot a cal grad student. i'll have the surveillance video coming up.
g to track dow good morning. i'm watching there fog covering up coit tower now turning into a glow out there. it's been rolling in and out right around the embarcadero area. but we are seeing a lot of fog laying low across the bay area this morning. so it will impact your morning. we are going to take a close look at that forecast coming up. police are trying to track down two men who robbed and shot a uc-berkeley student. it happened in berkeley at vine
street and martin luther king, jr. way last month. jessica flores reports. >> reporter: kenny, it happened back in december. december 5th around 9:30 p.m., that student was getting out of his car when those robbers tried to take his backpack and police now have released surveillance video hoping someone may recognize these suspects. it shows two robbers wrestling with the grad student for his bag. it happened around 9:30 p.m. the grad student said he didn't want to let go because in his bag he had his laptop with his dissertation on it. the video, you can see finally he let's go and that's when the gunshot happen, three of them. one of those gunshots struck the grad student in the right thigh. >> probably somebody that saw something, if that person is out there we would like to hear from him. >> reporter: detectives want you to take a close look at this car. they think it's the getaway car. they are asking anybody who may have been in that neighborhood,
vibe and mlk, on december 5th around 9:30 p.m. who may have seen something unusual to call police. they really do want to crack down on who these suspects r it's been over a month now. now, the grad student does tell kpix 5 that he did back up his dissertation and he still has his dissertation. reporting live in berkeley, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. if you are a pg&e customer, be sure you watch your mailbox. changes are coming to your pg&e bill this week. the utility is rolling out a new pricing structure. 150,000 customers have been notified that they are a test group -- part of a test group for this new payment structure known as time of use. rates will increase during peak hours of 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. opponents call it punishment pricing and say signing people up for a new program without their consent is the wrong way to get consumers to reduce energy. >> we would much rather have a time of use system where people
are recruited to join it affirmatively instead of automatically being signed up for it whether they ask for it or not. >> a pg&e spokesman says this directive comes from the state legislature and that in return, your rates will be lower the other 19 hours of the day. a bay area startup is getting some buzz at ces in las vegas for its electric skateboard. future motion in santa cruz makes the skateboard called the one wheel. and they have just released a new version that makes the range 12 to 18 miles on a single charge. that could make the board a more attractive option for urban transportation. kpix 5's kiet do decided to take it for a spin. >> so what we're doing right now is we're taking the one wheel up [ indiscernible ] [ extremely loud background noise ] >> i used to do this on a mountain bike 20 years ago. did i it twice a day. it's doable but by the time you get to class, you are exhausted! >> kiet says it took him about
15 minutes to climb the hill and there was still 70% left on the battery. $1,800, if you have the money. >> i would rather buy a car. >> i was never a skateboarder. >> no, not at all. >> part of it is like, yeah, part of it is the balance and the -- >> it's kind of like snowboarding, surfing, especially if you don't have to th your other leg. >> looks fun. >> give it a go. >> maybe no high heels. >> one day. >> probably not. [ laughter ] we haven't seen any skateboarders on the morning commute but we have definitely seen commuters with four wheels and they are going pretty slow. this is all due to a new accident along southbound 680 just past sunol boulevard. the crash has that traffic backing up towards bernal there so do expect delays. 12 minutes from 580 to 84. this crash along 580 right at grant line, this has been keeping the commute for drivers
heading out of tracy very slow this morning. past that accident things pick up but it's still sluggish. 880 through oakland near the coliseum northbound side on the right side of the screen in the green. we are getting reports of a motorcycle accident blocking at least one lane. it's along 880 and 7th involving a motorcycle and truck. so emergency crews are heading there. we'll report in the next traffic report. we see fog in the traffic cameras and we are seeing it on our visibility map, as well. so let's zoom in and show you some of the dangerous spots. hayward down to four-mile visibility, half moon bay cleared up a little bit there. but right along the bay we are seeing more of the fog building throughout downtown san
francisco. petaluma and napa stayed at a third of a mile visibility all morning long. santa rosa where the gauge is, is not bad but, of course, all those valley locations, the fog settles in and here's a view of the coit tower. i saw it moments ago and now it's gone because that fog has definitely covered it. here's another glow of coit tower there. the fog is low over downtown san francisco. 51 in concord. san francisco now at 53 degrees. san jose 55 degrees. temperatures are warmer. they are right there at that dew point. and that's why that fog has formed. and we don't have any wind to speak of. so that wind is not helping push anything out of our area. when we have calm conditions like this, the fog just settles in and doesn't want to move. today we are going to see drizzle to the north bay. most likely sonoma county or north of that. foggy throughout the day. warmer on the weekend. let's talk about the rain.
yesterday it was supposed to be just a drizzle but some areas saw measurable precipitation. not much. more rain by the border of california and oregon as high pressure starts to reach our region. once it get here we are not going to see the chances of rain as more storms stay to the north but today until 1 p.m. or so santa rosa may get rain coming through, maybe parts of sonoma county. so most likely the north bay and the coast there. by this afternoon, clear skies in the forecast. so the fog and the cloud coverage should clear up later on today. but tonight the fog will be back. high temperatures today upper 50s san rafael and vallejo, san jose 61.
so a wider view giving us a glimpse of what's ahead. for the weekend, weather is just right. sunny and warm for your saturday, sunday because high pressure really takes over and then it will start to weaken by monday and that's when we will see our chance of rain monday night into tuesday. that's a look at your forecast. time now 5:50. the purchase of one of the bay area's most exclusive streets was recently overturned but the couple behind the controversial sale isn't giving up. >> and an explosion rocks a burning chinese oil tanker as rescuers search frantically for missing crew members. cbs eye on the community...
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bridge off in the distance under that layer of fog. we'll see a lot of that this morning. here's a view of san jose. higher clouds but, yes, visibility will be impacted. we are also seeing on our satellite and radar a bit of moisture in the skies and plenty of cloud coverage and, yes that fog will impact a lot of folks so jaclyn has that for you as far as how the roads are doing. >> oh, yes.
it is a slow ride for many of our commuters. but also, could be a little slower for the bay ferry. we have the 6:10 mare island and 6:30 vallejo departures will be replaced by buses this morning due to mechanical problems. so could add extra time to your commute. rescue boats are back on choppy waters in the east china sea. they are looking for survivors after a stricken oil tanker that collided with a freight ship burst into flames. officials say the front part of the tanker exploded yesterday and is still on fire. the tanker collided with a cargo ship on saturday. officials warned the tanker could sink, possibly triggering an environmental disaster. shots fired at a southern california college campus and the gunman is still on the loose. police say that a single bullet struck a window at a building on the csu-san bernardino campus. it happened around 6 p.m.
last night. no injuries. but evening classes were canceled and the campus was briefly on lockdown. students say they are glad the police took the time to make sure that everything was okay. >> at first we got scared and everyone started yelling at our professor because she was still talking on the mic basically lecturing. all the lights were on so we all got very nervous. >> police are still not sure who fired the shot or where it was from. the university says that classes will resume this morning. a san jose couple is taking legal action to get back a private road in san francisco that they purchased at a tax auction. in 2015, presidio terrace was sold to them for $90,000. the san francisco tax collector had listed the street as delinquent on nearly two decades of property taxes. san francisco's board of supervisors approved the sale but then repealed it in november and returned ownership to the homeowners association. that's because it turns out the tax bills were sent to the
wrong address. michael cheng and tina lam say they still haven't gotten their money back but want to keep the property. a new bill would require all uc and cal state schools to offer nonsurgical abortions. it would give students drugs that trigger an early miscarriage in women. a nurse, nurse practitioner and midwife would be trained to provide the drug. assemblyman david chiu wants to change how rent control is applied all over the state. why it's getting some push- back. coming up. >> and more flu deaths reported in the bay area. coming up, why health officials say it's not too late to get your vaccine.
nt trump will this morning, the deadly destruction is adding up after mudslides sweep through southern california. the frantic search under way for survivors. and president trump will not commit to giving an interview to special counsel robert mueller in the russia investigation. what he is saying about his decision on twitter. >> plus, the brewing battle at the state capital over rent control. >> good morning, everyone. it's thursday, january 11th. i'm michelle griego. >> good morning, i'm kenny choi. first let's start with traffic and weather. jaclyn is tracking our commute. >> it's foggy. it's difficult to see in some areas. so you will need to reduce that speed and increase that space between you and that car in front of you. we'll take a look over at the bay bridge toll plaza where things actually are starting to look a little bit better. this was all socked in with fog about 10, 15 minutes ago. and now looks like visibility has improved a little bit. so that's good news there. it's about a 20-minute ride heading into san francisco across the span from the