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Scattered morning showers possible, then mostly sunny

Posted at 5:45 AM, Nov 22, 2018

Thanksgiving Day is shaping up to have mild temperatures with mostly clear skies. Early Thursday there is still potential for some scattered rain activity, but models are indicating that will clear up before noon.

Daytime highs for the coastal and interior valleys and beaches are staying close to the low to mid-60s. Temperatures will slowly get back to the upper 60s and low 70s by the end of the weekend. Winds will still be gusty at times on Thursday, with winds ranging from 15-30 miles per hour.

The rain came through the Central Coast Wednesday evening ranging from predicted amounts of .25”-1”.

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Rocky Butte: 1.02”
Templeton: 0.71”
Cambria: 0.47”
Cal Poly: 1.06”
Pismo Beach 0.76”
Arroyo Grande: 0.76”
Nipomo: 0.51”
Santa Maria: 0.18”
Vandenberg: 0.79”
Stearns Wharf: 0.51”

In Northern California near the Chico and Redding areas, rain will continue through Friday. A flash flood watch still remains in place in Butte County and surrounding areas, which is where the Camp Fire is burning. Debris flow and rockslides continue to be a threat around the burn scar.