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Tuesday morning 24-hour rainfall totals

Posted at 7:53 AM, Jan 15, 2019

Flash flood watches are in effect for the Whittier, Sherpa and Thomas Fire burn areas in Santa Barbara County as residents brace for rain across the Central and South coasts Tuesday.

The south coast of Santa Babara County could receive between two and four inches as a result of the storm with San Luis Obispo County expecting anywhere from one to three inches of rain.

Rainfall rates are expected to range from .50 to 1.25 inches per hour Tuesday with wind gusts between 55 and 60 mph.

Rain is expected to move out by Tuesday night, but will return Wednesday night and be heavier Thursday morning before clearing up.

Below are the 24-hour rainfall totals for San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties as of 7:45 a.m. Tuesday.

Cambria .95
Paso Robles .61
Templeton .20
Atascadero .24
Santa Margarita .40
Morro Bay .33
Los Osos .35
San Luis Obispo .43
Pismo Beach .16
Arroyo Grande .10
Oceano .04
Nipomo .16
Guadalupe .07
Santa Maria .14
Orcutt .19
Sisquoc .09
Casmalia .08
Vandenberg AFB .29
Vandenberg Village .12
Lompoc .21
Los Alamos .33
Los Olivos .45
Santa Ynez .32
Buellton .37
Solvang .74
Cachuma Lake .55
Goleta .02
Isla Vista .03
Santa Barbara .05
Montecito .07