An atmospheric-river system aimed at California

Posted at 5:51 PM, Nov 27, 2018

A rain system with .75-3″ potential of rain for the Central Coast arrives locally Wednesday with rain rates of .30-.50″ per hour. The storm will peak Wednesday night into Thursday morning.

Models are in agreement that the Central Coast will see some rain Wednesday morning that will bring scattered showers throughout the afternoon intensifying later.

As the system moves south, debris flow and rockslides are a possibility near the burns scars for the Woolsey and Hill fires.

As the storm approaches the area, a high surf advisory for the Central Coast will remain in place from Tuesday afternoon through Friday. The surf could range from 10-18 feet with sets up to 20 ft.

Thursday also looks very windy with S-SW winds 15-15 with gusts to 40mph.

There is also a chance of isolated thunderstorms Thursday afternoon.