Dec 18, 2012 9:29 PM by Dave Hovde
Our last storm system produced under .30" for most of the Central Coast. Even though there have been a number of systems since the rain season began July 1st, most have been light in terms of rain producing leaving most locations in a rain defect of 1 to 2.5" behind. Interestingly the Southcoast in Santa Barbara county actually has a slight rain surplus season-to-date.
This comes off last season when only 60% of normal rainfall was received.
Since July 1st:
Santa Maria has 1.84" of rain, -1.37" from normal.
Santa Barbara has 4.37" of rain, +.26" from normal.
San Luis Obispo has 1.62" of rain, -2.16" from normal.
Paso Robles has 1.40" of rain, -1.52" from normal.
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