The wet weather continued Sunday, with several areas in San Luis Obispo County seeing thunderstorm activity, creating a flood advisory Sunday afternoon.
Paso Robles broke a record for daily rainfall Sunday, receiving 0.89" of rain.
Our three day rain totals came in from the National Weather Service, with Rocky Butte receiving the most rain in the area.
Dry weather is on the way as a high pressure ridge moves in through Tuesday, generating high clouds and slightly cooler temperatures.
Dense fog is possible Sunday night into Monday, especially in the interior parts of San Luis Obispo County.
Our winds are still at small craft advisory levels for southern Santa Barbara County.
These winds are still influencing our wave heights that could 7-10 feet high in San Luis Obispo and northern Santa Barbara County through Monday morning.
There is also concern for rip currents during this time.
Conditions are expected to stay dry for the remainder of the week, aside from slight rain chances Wednesday in San Luis Obispo County.
Temperatures could also warm up by Thursday.
Have a great week!