Dec 1, 2012 10:47 PM by Kathy Kuretich
Another frontal system will arrive on Sunday, bringing with it off and on rain. The heavier, more consistent rain will arrive late Sunday morning through early afternoon.
Expect .25" to 1.00" more in rainfall. Although the rain will be heavier Sunday than Saturday, there's not a whole lot left of the storms. When you total up the entire rain event which started Wednesday, Sunday will be day five of rainfall, and the fourth frontal system, and it will have given us a .50 inch to 2.00 inches across the area.
According to Chief Meteorologist Dave Hovde, that's exactly what the Central Coast needed. There have been no real advisories for the entire event... just some wind advisories on Wednesday and high surf advisories, but no significant problems in terms of flooding. This was badly needed rain. If you look back a year ago in December, we only had .17 in San Luis Obispo for the entire month of December. So we're off to a better start.
Temperatures will be in the low 60's with overnight lows in the 50's.
Have a great Sunday!
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