Nov 30, 2012 6:35 PM by by Dave Hovde and Connie Tran
Rain continues along the Central Coast, as a pretty active front sags south. A southwest flow is enhancing the rainfall rates, and there will be periods of rain through tonight, though most scattered and light to moderate. The highest totals so far have been in northern SLO county.
Saturday more on and off rain is expected, though the intensity should be generally light to moderate. There will likely be a lull in activity later Saturday PM.
The final storm will hit on Sunday, releasing more precipitation. The Central Coast is getting a glancing blow from the series of storms which is hitting folks to our north with much more rain. Locally .25-1.5" of additional rain is possible. As the fronts have been decaying over our area places south of SLO county are likely to see the lower totals.
Monday looks mostly cloudy early with clearing over the course of the day.
Then, by Tuesday, dry and warm temperatures will return to the Central Coast.
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