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Rain moves out, partly cloudy and dry Thursday

Posted at 5:12 AM, Feb 28, 2019

After a 24-hour period of light, scattered rain showers, the Central Coast is clearing up Thursday.

There is still an opportunity for light scattered showers, but that window will close just before the morning commute at 6 a.m. The roads could still be damp from yesterday’s rain, so drivers should leave extra time to get to their destination.

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Rainfall totals were on the lighter side, but still were within the predicted ranges:

Rocky Butte: 1.58”
Cambria: 0.35”
Paso Robles Airport:0.36”
Templeton: 0.20”
Santa Margarita: 0.31”
Los Osos” 0.23”
San Luis Obispo: 0.55”
Pismo Beach: 0.40”
Arroyo Grande: 0.33”
Nipomo: 0.51”
Lopez Dam: 0.51”
Guadalupe: 0.28”
Orcutt: 0.24”
Santa Maria: 0.20”
Los Alamos: 0.19”
Vandenberg Village: 0.29”
Los Olivos: 0.30”
Lompoc: 0.13”
Santa Ynez: 0.22”
Gaviota Coast: 0.78”
Goleta: 0.52”
Stearns Wharf: 0.67”
Montecito: 0.74”
Summerland: 0.64”
Carpinteria: 0.45”

The winds have decreased and will range from 10-20 miles per hour Thursday, which will likely carry over to Friday. Daytime highs will be slightly warmer Thursday with temperatures from the low to mid-60s.

More rain is on the way with another system expected late Friday night. This one will last through Saturday and possibly early Sunday morning and could bring rainfall totals from .5’’-1.5’’.