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Storm Begins To Move Out Of South And Central Coasts; No Problems For Burn Areas

Photo by NOAA/National Weather Service
Latest mixed infrared/satellite images of storm leaving West Coast

The storm that is hitting the South and Central Coasts this weekend is on its way out. And the good news is that it hasn’t caused any problems for the brush fire burn areas.

Public safety officials say it never reached the threshold to order evacuations.

You may encounter some scattered showers Sunday morning that are expected to taper off in the afternoon. It’ll be dry by the evening. So far, the storm has produced between a half inch and one-and-a-half-inches of rainfall.

Forecasters say there’s a chance of wet weather Monday night into Tuesday and then the possibility of another storm by the end of the week.