Saturday was a interesting day of weather where many areas saw rain and a mix of sunshine.
So far the SLO Reservoir has seen the most rain the last 24 hours, according to the National Weather Service.
More rain is on the way as a weak frontal system will bring clouds, scattered light showers and mild temperatures.
A significant pacific storm will approach the area Monday.
There's a slight chance of thunderstorms and gusty southerly winds Monday night through Tuesday night with lingering showers following through Wednesday.
There is a high probability for .33" to 1.00" of rain Monday for Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties.
Winds remain below Small Craft Advisory level through Sunday with chances of advisory level winds in outer waters between Sunday night and Monday night.
Rain rates could total .75"-2.0" by the time the storms are over.
Monthly normal rainfall is 2-3 inches for March and we could receive 60-100 percent of that next week, with more rain on the way.
Have a great rest of your weekend!