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Overnight rain totals, more rain ahead for weekend

Posted at 9:38 AM, Feb 09, 2019
and last updated 2019-02-09 12:38:10-05

Another rainy storm system rolled through the Central Coast overnight Friday into Saturday producing anywhere from .14 inches to 1.27 inches of rain.

KSBY News Chief Meteorologist Dave Hovde says the heaviest rain is over for the day but we could see scattered, light showers today as weak low pressure systems move in. As of right now, there should be a break in the rain Saturday evening but showers will return Sunday evening into Monday.

Here is a look at some of the 24-rain totals as of 8 a.m. Saturday:

Paso Robles – .25

Rocky Butte – 1.27

Atascadero – .39

San Luis Obispo – .60

Nipomo – .75

Carrizo Plain – .14

Santa Maria – .42

Orcutt – .28

Solvang – .52

VAFB – .49

Los Olivos – .52

Cachuma Lake Recreation Area – .33

Santa Barbara – .59

Montecito – .59

Isla Vista – .70