Oct 20, 2012 10:27 PM by Kathy Kuretich
Light rain and drizzle sprinkled parts of the Central Coast, Saturday. Lompoc recorded .02 of an inch while Santa Barbara and Goleta got .01 of an inch. Remnants of Hurricane Paul are responsible for the stronger onshore flow and deepening marine layer which gave the beach and coast the moisture.
Sunday, expect more overnight clouds to develop into the morning. Fog could be locally dense at times. A northwest flow could bring some clearing for the afternoon.
Temps will top out in the low 70's inland, 60's at the beach and coastal valleys.
Rain is scheduled to arrive on Monday from the Pacific Northwest. Both counties are expected to get measurable rain... right now it's looking like a quarter an inch or less.
Have a great Sunday!
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