Posted: Nov 30, 2012 9:19 PM by Connie Tran, KSBY News
Rain continues to be pretty active on the Central Coast, with some areas getting .50" of precipitation. The rain could last throughout the night as the front very slowly continues its southeast trek across the area. Northern California is getting hit the hardest. Winds haven't really been a problem on the Central Coast, and temperatures will be around the low to mid-60's on Saturday.
The storm will really pick up on Saturday night into Sunday as that final front moves in. local rainfall will vary widely with SB county seeing anywhere from .25-75" while SLO county should see .50-1.25" with locally higher amounts. Expect the showers to taper off by Monday though.
But, dry and clearer weather is what we have to look forward to by mid-week.
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