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Light off and on showers through early Wednesday night

Posted at 4:12 AM, Mar 27, 2019

A low-pressure system over California is bringing light scattered showers to the area Wednesday.

This system will produce light rainfall for the Central Coast and South Coast with rainfall totals expected to reach .25’’ for much of the coastal valleys and beaches. Further inland, the mountains, and foothills have potential to get up to .50’’ with this storm.

As of 4:00 a.m., light rain was reported over San Luis Obispo. A band of moisture from the north coast to northern Santa Barbara County is expected around 7:00 a.m. and will produce some consistent, light rainfall through noon. The system will start to break up around the late afternoon but there will still be an opportunity for some light showers through Wednesday night.

Daytime highs will mostly be in the mid-60s range and winds will stay between 15 and 30 miles per hour through Wednesday night. Conditions will dry out Thursday and temperatures will start to warm up. The weekend forecast still looks good with daytime highs from the low to upper 70s.

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