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A mid-week warm up ahead for Central Coast, meager 24-hour rain totals

Posted at 10:14 AM, Mar 10, 2019

A cool start to your Sunday as very widely, scattered showers linger in the area but a mid-week, dry warm up is headed our way.

Rain is likely Sunday night for higher elevations in SLO County which could also result in snow for elevations exceeding 4000 feet.

I-5 at the Tejon Pass and Grapevine will need to be watched because snow could have some impact on driving conditions .

Most of San Luis Obispo County and Santa Barbara County are expecting to clear out with drier conditions starting Monday, although a scattered shower could pop up here or there.

Tuesday looks to be a little drier with moderate temperatures.

Northerly winds will pick up Tuesday night into Wednesday as skies clear out.

Later into the week, temperatures will start on a warming trend in the mid to upper 60’s by Wednesday and Thursday.

View from KSBY building to Mountainbrook Church Sunday morning

Here is a look at just some of the rain totals in the last 24 hours.

San Luis Obispo County:

Arroyo Grande .04

Pismo Beach .03

San Luis Obispo .05 (Cal Poly)

San Luis Obispo Airport .16

Santa Margarita .12

Los Osos .24

Templeton .28

Cambria .23

San Simeon .20

Shandon .12

Paso Robles Airport .22

Paso Robles Water Yard – showing no rainfall on March 9 https://www.prcity.com/462/Rainfall-Totals

Atascadero – No updated numbers available yet from March 9 https://web.amwc.us/resources/Rainfall.pdf

Lopez Dam .06

Santa Barbara County:

Buellton .06

Santa Barbara Airport .00

Santa Maria Airport .00

Santa Maria City Public Works .04

Vandenberg Village .02

Cachuma Lake Recreation Area .01

Cachuma Dam .06

Vandenberg Village .02

Cuyama .01

New Cuyama .05

Lompoc .04

Santa Ynez .02

Sisquoc .06

To interact with this live data set click HERE.  It auto updates and you can also anything from 15 minute rainfall to seasonal rain.