The rain is back Friday, but it likely won’t touch down until the early afternoon hours.
Before it arrives, morning temperatures will range from the mid-30s to the low 40s through the commuting hours and the skies will be partly cloudy. By the afternoon, daytime highs will be between the low to upper 50s. Ten to 20 mile per hour winds are in the forecast for the morning before they increase to at least 25 mph Friday night.
I am sooooo digging these foggy mornings in Paso Robles lately <3#beonksby
The north coast will get the first bit of the storm around 1:00 p.m. before the band of rain reaches further into San Luis Obispo County. Later Friday night is when the rain is expected along the south coast, likely around 8:00 p.m. There’s potential for hail and thunderstorms in San Luis Obispo County, as well as heavy downpours. The rain will continue into Saturday morning before tapering off around 9:00 a.m. Rainfall totals could reach up to .75’’.
Late Saturday night a second system will come through the Central Coast and bring scattered showers through Sunday afternoon. This storm looks to be lighter and will likely produce up to .50’’ of rain. Another storm system is in the forecast starting on Wednesday and it has the potential to bring some heavier rainfall.