Tomorrow will be a much brighter day overall from start to finish, with almost no humidity! Temps will top off in the upper 60s and low 70s with a nice refreshing breeze, a sign that summer is fading. Sunday will feature a bit more cloud cover and higher humidity along with a chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms… but not a washout! … [Read more...] about CBS2 Weather Headlines: Mostly Clear And Cool Tonight, Temps Drop In Suburbs, Warmer This Weekend!
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As expected it was bright and beautiful today! Temps were comfortable with very little humidity making for a great Saturday. Clouds will increase a bit this evening and there could be some spotty drizzle along the coast, otherwise a quiet overnight with temps in the mid 50s to low 60s. … [Read more...] about CBS2 Weather Headlines: Chance For A Drizzle Tonight, Spotty Showers Sunday
The papers were both pretty worked up about the call de Blasio made to a police official after hearing that a political ally, Bishop Orlando Findlayter, had been arrested on an open warrant after he was stopped for making a left turn in his car without signaling. De Blasio and the NYPD both say the decision to release Findlayter and not make him spend a night in jail came before the mayor called. … [Read more...] about Who Won the Headline War Over de Blasio’s Jailed Ally?
The Associated Press also reported on these "teacher deaths" but unlike The Daily Beast, it made clear, as Krakauer explained, "that the teachers in the story died through COVID-19 factors that were completely separate from returning to in-person school," citing one who contracted the virus from attending church, another was from football practice. … [Read more...] about Media critic slams Daily Beast over misleading report on COVID deaths of teachers amid schools reopening
2:19 p.m. Florida virus numbers are lowest since June: Florida reported 1,838 new cases of COVID-19 Monday, the lowest single-day number of new infections reported by state health officials since June 15, the Associated Press reported. But health officials across the state were waiting to see if the Labor Day weekend might produce an uptick in the number of coronavirus cases, as might have been the case following the Fourth of July holiday — when the largest single-day surge in new cases was reported about a week later. The latest state data released by the Florida Health Department reflected 22 new deaths. That pushed down the average number of deaths over the past week to 99 a day — the lowest average since July 16. In all, the state has tallied 12,023 deaths linked to the virus. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus news from the Bay Area: Sept. 6-7