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Two Systems Mean Rain For Central, South Coasts Friday And Saturday; No Evacuations Ordered

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The third in a series of storms to hit the Central and South Coasts will mean wet weather, but no serious concerns or evacuations for brush fire burn areas in the region Friday.

The storm could drop a quarter of a half inch of rain along the coast, and up to an inch in the mountains and foothills. Rainfall rates are expected to be in the one tenth to three tenths of an hour range, which is well below the threshold for debris flow concerns.

The storm activity is expected to move through San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara County before sunset Friday night, and exit Ventura County by early Saturday.

But, another system moving through the region could bring a chance of light showers Saturday.

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