Soggy start to the week anticipated as rain continues to fall on the Central Coast

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Posted at 5:15 PM, Dec 01, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-02 01:40:37-05

The rain continued Sunday as the latest storm made its way onto the Central Coast.

The National Weather Service has published its 2 day rainfall totals, with some areas in San Luis Obispo County seeing the most rain from here all the way down to LA!


Additional estimated rain totals through Monday evening range from .25 and .75 for San Luis Obispo and West Santa Barbara Counties, with over three inches across north western San Luis Obispo County.

The next big storm cell is now anticipated Wednesday night, where we'll see another round of moderate to heavy rain.

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We're also tracking some very strong winds through Monday night that are prompting several advisories that include a high surf advisory, a gale warning and small craft advisory.

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Surf heights will be highest early Monday morning through Monday afternoon, with areas around San Luis Obispo County forecasted to see 8-12 ft waves and the Santa Barbara South Coast seeing heights around 5-8 ft.

Temperatures are on the cooler side but still warmer than what we have had over the past few days.

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Keep that rain gear handy!

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