More rain expected on Central Coast as temps begin slight warm up

Posted at 4:24 PM, Nov 29, 2019

Unseasonably low temperatures on the Central Coast will begin to moderate Saturday through Monday with warmer, more normal temps by the start of the work week.

Rain developing over the Central Coast Saturday afternoon brings with it the chance of consistent day-long rainfall for much of San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara County, with areas in northwest SLO County hit the hardest.

Expected rainfall Saturday through Sunday morning ranges from a quarter inch to 1 inch in SLO County and a quarter to half inch in SB County.

Much of Sunday, central and southern SLO County will get a break from the rain.

Monday to Tuesday is expected to bring the biggest drop of rain across the Central Coast before offering a break Thursday.

Gusty southeasterly winds will affect much of San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties late Saturday through Sunday night as the East Pacific weather system approaches.