UPDATE (1:22 p.m.) - The Flood Advisory for Santa Barbara County has been extended until 3 p.m.
UPDATE (12:55 p.m.) - The Flood Advisory for San Luis Obispo County has been extended until 2 p.m.
Latest Radar Loop at 1240 PM:— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) January 14, 2023
Moderate to locally heavy rain continues across #SoCal.
Rain rates generally of 0.25"-0.50" per hour can be expected. However, local rates up to 0.75" per hour will be possible.
Urban and small stream flooding will continue. #CAwx pic.twitter.com/BN0qLMdhUK
(9:58 a.m.) - A Flood Advisory has been issued for San Luis Obispo County until 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 14.
A Flood Advisory has been issued for Santa Barbara County through 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 14.
According to the National Weather Service, moderate rain will continue through the afternoon with rain rates between 0.25" to 0.50" per hour.
Minor urban and small stream flooding is likely and meteorologists say there could be minor debris flows in and around recent burn scars.
For the latest weather forecast and updates on the storm, visit the Weather section of KSBY.com.
From the National Weather Service -- 2-day rainfall totals in inches through 10 a.m. Saturday morning:
- Top rainfall amounts:
Rocky Butte (SLO County) - 3.58
Nacimiento (SLO County) - 2.28
Las Tablas (SLO County) - 1.53
Atascadero foothills (SLO County) - 1.38
Cambria (SLO County) - 1.25
Arroyo Grande (SLO County) - 1.17
Templeton (SLO County) - 1.11
Santa Margarita W (SLO County) - 1.08
San Marcos Pass (Santa Barbara County) - 0.90
Santa Margarita E (SLO County) - 0.88