Saturday was a pretty dreary day for many areas on the Central Coast who saw dark clouds and scattered showers mixed with some bursts of sunshine.
Scattered shower activity will be continuing overnight Saturday with a warm front bringing more rain on Sunday.
From Saturday night to Sunday afternoon there could be .25-.50" of rain, with a chance of an inch of rain in the foothills over San Luis Obispo County.
This warm front will then move south to Ventura as a cold front moves in, reaching peak intensity late Monday afternoon.
Rainfall from Sunday through early Tuesday will likely range from .75-1.5".
Winds will stay below Small Craft Advisory levels through Thursday however, there's a 30 percent chance of advisory level wind gusts at times Saturday night and Sunday.
Visibility may also be reduced due to rain and fog.
Stay safe out there!