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Scattered showers continue for the Central Coast

Posted at 5:14 AM, Feb 15, 2019

A cold front is moving into San Luis Obispo County Friday, bringing scattered showers and cooler daytime highs. As the front shifts into Santa Barbara County, the mountains in that area could receive three to six inches of snow, which has prompted a winter weather advisory through Saturday afternoon.

48 Hour Rainfall Totals:
Rocky Butte: 3.90”
San Simeon: 0.79”
Cambria: 0.91”
Templeton: 1.02”
Paso Robles: 0.57”
Santa Margarita: 1.77”
San Luis Obispo 1.07”
Arroyo Grande: 0.60”
Pismo Beach: 0.41”
Nipomo: 0.51”
Santa Maria: 0.42”
Orcutt: 0.74”
Vandenberg Air Force Base: 0.77”
Lompoc: 1.09”
Los Alamos: 0.77”
Los Olivos: 0.48”
Santa Ynez: 0.61”
Las Cruces: 1.50”
Gaviota Coast: 1.38”
El Capitan: 1.48”
Refugio Pass: 2.84”
San Marcos Pass: 3.02”
Isla Vista: 0.63”
Santa Barbara: 0.95”
Montecito: 1.52”
Summerland: 0.82”
Carpinteria: 0.65”

Back along the coast, a high surf advisory was issued for San Luis Obispo County and northern Santa Barbara County’s coastline through Sunday afternoon. Friday’s surf will build from 10-14 feet and by Saturday it could build from 12-18 feet.

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This cold front will also bring scattered shower activity through Sunday night. Rainfall totals will be light, but both counties could receive .25’’-.5’’ of rain. Daytime highs are cooling down slightly with temperatures from the low to upper-50s. Breezy conditions will continue as winds will range from 15-30 miles per hour on Friday,