The second in a series of storms to hit Santa Barbara, and Ventura Counties is arriving, and it could mean up to two inches of rain in the region.
Rainfall amount are expected to range from three-quarters of an inch, to an inch and a half on the coast, and inland.
The local mountains could get up to two inches of rain.
Santa Barbara County’s mountains could get six to ten inches of snow from the system, while Ventura and Los Angeles Counties could be in the eight to 14 inch range. The snow level will start out at 5000 feet tonight, but drop as low as 3500 feet tomorrow.
The storm is expected to clear out on Saturday.