What’s being called the biggest storm in about three years has arrived in force on the South Coast, dropping two to three inches of rain in many areas, with more on the way.
National Weather Service forecasters are saying by the time the storm clears out tomorrow night, we could end up with two to four inches of rain in coastal, and inland communities, and eight inches or more in some mountain areas.
Rainfall totals include 2.3 inches in Gaviota, 1.8 inches in Santa Barbara, and 1.6 inches in Carpinteria.
San Marcos Pass recorded 3.2 inches of rain.
In Ventura County, rainfall amounts include 1.9 inches in Ventura, 2.3 inches in Oxnard, and 2.4 inches in Thousand oaks.
Nordoff Ridge in Ventur County recorded 5 inches of rain, and the wettest spot in the region is Siscar Peak, in the Los Padres national Forest, with 6.3 inches of rainfall recorded.