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Timeline for higher temps, Palisades extended ski season, Ukrainian civilians leave Mariupol

KCRA 3 collects all the information you need to know to get started on your day. Here you will find what you missed out on at night, what happens during the day, the forecast and how your journey unfolds. You can too. watch our morning news live from 4-9am here. INTERNET TECHNIQUES TODAY Climate Melanie Hunter says temperatures will be slightly lower today compared to the weekend. The wind will blow slightly in the valley with the temperature in Sierra Leone. We will be back in the low 70s and noon with daylight hours in the mid to high 70s before calming down in the 60s this evening. Temperatures are expected to warm up by mid-week in the valley. It will still be windy on Tuesday with a boost in the mid-80s but by Wednesday, temperatures will reach a low 90s. Over the next week, it is predicted that resistance will be made in the mid to late 80s. (App users, click here to see Doppler radar). WHAT IS HAPPENING AT NORCALPalisades Tahoe to continue to open later in the season after April’s snowstorm | Palisades Tahoe is scheduled to be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, leading to Memorial Day. Read more here. ‘It can’t be allowed to happen’: Asparagus festival promises to revive Gilroy Garlic Festival week after cancellation | San Joaquin Asparagus chief executive promises to revive the Gilroy Garlic Festival just over a week after the organizers of the famous festival and gourmet alley announced its permanent cancellation. Read more here. Roseville’s mother says a homeless man had sex with an 8-year-old girl A Roseville mother says a homeless man had an affair with her 8-year-old daughter. Read more here. ‘We are ready to rebuild’: Caldor fire survivors receive financial assistance, support service | Hundreds of Caldor fire survivors attended a rally on Saturday night, where they received financial assistance and formed a network of support services. Read more here. WHAT HAPPENED WHEN ONE The first civilians left the Mariupol steel plant; hundreds more | People fleeing the besieged Mariupol, described weeks of attacks and reductions, arrived Monday in the Ukrainian-held region, where aid workers are waiting for the first batch of civilians released from a steel plant that became the last Ukrainian military base in the devastated city. Read more here. DHS chief doubles demand for migrants at southern border: ‘Don’t come’ Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Sunday reiterated his call for immigrants not to attempt to enter the United States through its southern border, saying his message to them was clear: “Do not come.” Read more here. Has inflation reached its peak? Three signs that the price may soon come down | This week, the Federal Reserve will meet and is likely to announce plans to raise interest rates, a tool used to tackle inflation. However, investors are fearful that rising profits could lead to a recession. Read more here. WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW NIGHT NOW and ceremonies commemorating Capitol California peace officers. San Joaquin County began construction today on Pershing Avenue from Meadow Avenue to Thornton Road in north Stockton for planned renovations that include upgrades trails and bike lanes. The project will be completed by September 20, 2022. TRUE MAP TRAFFIC (App users, click here to see our traffic map.) DOWNLOAD OUR APPLICATION FOR PURPOSE Download the app to get alerts from KCRA Today all day of the week .

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TODAY’S MIND

Climate expert Melanie Hunter says temperatures will be slightly lower today compared to the weekend. The wind will blow slightly in the valley with the temperature in Sierra Leone. We will be back in the low 70s at noon with a long day in the mid 70s above before the cold in the 60s of this evening.

Temperatures are expected in the middle of the week in the valley. It will still be windy on Tuesday with a boost in the mid-80s but by Wednesday, temperatures will reach a low 90s. Over the next week, it is predicted that resistance will be made in the mid to late 80s.

(App users, click here to see Doppler radar).

WHAT HAPPENS IN NORCAL

Palisades Tahoe will be open later this season after April’s snowstorm | Palisades Tahoe is scheduled to be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, leading to Memorial Day. Read more here.

“This cannot be allowed to happen”: The chief executive of the asparagus festival promised to revive the Gilroy Garlic festival a week after it was canceled. | San Joaquin Asparagus chief executive promises to revive the Gilroy Garlic Festival just over a week after the organizers of the famous festival and gourmet alley announced its permanent cancellation. Read more here.

Roseville’s mother says a homeless man had sex with an 8-year-old girl | A Roseville mother says a homeless man had an affair with her 8-year-old daughter. Read more here.

‘We are planning to rebuild’: Caldor fire survivors receive financial assistance, support services | Hundreds of Caldor fire survivors attended a rally on Saturday night, where they received financial assistance and formed a network of support services. Read more here.

WHAT HAPPENS IN SOME PLACES

Early civilians leave Mariupol steel plant; hundreds more | People fleeing the besieged Mariupol, described weeks of attacks and reductions, arrived Monday in the Ukrainian-held region, where aid workers are waiting for the first batch of civilians released from a steel plant that became the last Ukrainian military base in the devastated city. Read more here.

DHS chief doubles demand for migrants at southern border: ‘Don’t come’ | Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Sunday reiterated his call for immigrants not to attempt to enter the United States through its southern border, saying his message to them was clear: “Do not come.” Read more here.

Has inflation reached its peak? There are three indications that prices could come down soon | This week, the Federal Reserve will meet and is likely to announce plans to raise interest rates, a tool used to tackle inflation. However, investors are fearful that rising profits could lead to a recession. Read more here.

WHAT HAPPENS TODAY

  • A contingent of security officers left CHP School in West Sacramento at 9 a.m. for a walk and celebration at the California Capitol Peacekeeping Memorial.
  • San Joaquin County began construction today on Pershing Street from Meadow Avenue to Thornton Street in north Stockton for planned renovations that include improved road and bicycle lanes. Completion is scheduled for September 20, 2022.

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