Posted: Oct 10, 2012 8:47 PM by Kathy Kuretich
Rainfall totals amounted to a few hundredths of an inch in most Central Coast locations, to a quarter of an inch in Morro Bay and Los Osos.
The upper level low pressure system responsible for the rain showers is making its way into Southern California overnight and through Thursday. It still means there's a possibility for more isolated showers. Computer models showing about a 30-percent chance with totals less than .25 of an inch.
Expect lots of cloud cover Thursday with temperatures in the 60's. Some parts of the interior valleys may reach the low 70's. Overnight lows in the upper 40's inland, mid 50's at the beach and coast.
High pressure will start to build Friday with increasing temperatures and clearing skies. By the weekend, temps will shoot back up to normal.
Have a great day.
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