Some parts of the Central Coast are a little damp after rain passed through the area Sunday afternoon.
Rain rates ranged from just a light drizzle to downpours – places like Santa Ynez received .16″ of rain in just four minutes!
Below is the recorded rainfall totals from 2 p.m. Sunday
There’s a 20 percent chance of rain continuing tonight before the skies clear Monday afternoon.
Here is the latest precipitation forecast for the next 7 days. The persistent wet pattern will continue across the Plains and Midwest, with heavy rain also possible across the Northern Rockies early this week. https://t.co/47M8fG8wb3 pic.twitter.com/1lL6E3daoy
— NWS WPC (@NWSWPC) May 26, 2019
We’re expecting partly cloudy skies in the morning on Monday before warmer, clear weather makes its way in.
The winds will continue to be strong however, with wind gusts creating a small craft advisory that may last through Friday in the outer waters.
A warming trend begins Monday into Tuesday, but high temperatures are still 5-8 degrees below normal for this time of year. Temperatures are expected to be seasonally warm around Wednesday.
Enjoy the break from the “May Gray”!