Scattered showers anticipated Monday

Posted at 5:13 PM, Mar 22, 2020

Showers were slow to arrive to the Central Coast Sunday.

Many areas by Sunday afternoon had not even reached .10" of rain.


The heaviest showers are still on there way for some areas, however.

The National Weather Service anticipates there is still thunderstorm potential for Sunday night, into early Monday morning.

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These thunderstorms could include hail and cloud to ground lightning.

This low pressure system and cold front will bring southerly winds with rain through Monday morning.


Rain is expected to decrease after midnight with mostly scattered showers leftover.

The Santa Ynez Valley mountains and Topa Topa mountains could get up to 3 inches of rain.

On Monday the storm moves east with strong wind potentials and partly cloud skies.

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Total rainfall amounts are expected to range between .75-1.25 inches.

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Another cold weather system is anticipated to bring showers/heavy rain Tuesday night into Wednesday with a few showers lingering into Thursday.

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Keep that umbrella close by!