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Off-and-on shower activity for most of Thursday

Posted at 6:31 AM, Mar 07, 2019
and last updated 2019-03-07 09:53:50-05

An upper-level low is moving in over California Thursday and bringing some scattered rain along with it. Similar to the late morning and afternoon on Wednesday, rain activity will be off and on for most of Thursday. Additional rainfall for the area will likely add up to less than .50’’. Daytime highs will be cooler and mostly range from the mid to upper 50s.

48-hour rainfall totals:

San Luis Obispo County
Rocky Butte: 3.23”
Paso Robles: 0.54”
Templeton: 0.87”
Atascadero: 0.95”
Santa Margarita: 1.89”
Cambria: 1.18”
Morro Bay: 0.91”
San Luis Obispo: 1.69”
Cal Poly: 1.69
Pismo Beach: 1.46”
Arroyo Grande: 1.39”
Lopez Dam: 1.72”
Nipomo: 1.06”

Santa Barbara County
Santa Maria: 1.34”
Guadalupe: 0.88”
Orcutt: 1.39”
Vandenberg AFB: 1.23”
Lompoc: 1.13”
Los Alamos: 1.18”
Los Olivos: 1.24”
Santa Ynez: 1.24”
Gaviota Coast: 1.87”
Refugio Pass: 2.21”
Dos Pueblos: 1.71”
Lake Cachuma: 1.58”
Isla Vista: 1.74”
Santa Barbara: 1.62”
Montecito: 1.42”
Carpinteria: 0.97”

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Posted by Al Pepito on Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Southwesterly winds will be mild and range from 10-20 miles per hour for most of the day. Looking ahead to Friday, rain showers are possible in the overnight and early morning, but weather models are indicating that most of the day will be sunny and dry. Another opportunity for very light rain will be Saturday afternoon, but it will likely be a light sprinkle of rain.

Another low-pressure system that will swing over the area could bring more rain to the Central Coast Sunday night into Monday, which will be followed by dry weather for the rest of the week.