Three Storms Moving Through Central, South Coasts But No Debris Flow Issues Expected
The first in what’s now predicted to be a string of three storms is leaving the Central and South Coasts Thursday morning. It wasn’t a big storm, dropping about a half inch of rain in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties, and about a third of an inch in some parts in of Ventura County.
Storm number two moves into the region Friday night and Saturday morning, and it could drop up to an inch of rain in spots. However, meteorologists say they don’t expect it will have the intensity to cause issues in brush fire burn areas.
A third storm is in the forecast for Tuesday, and early estimates are that it could mean an inch or so of rain for the Central and South Coasts.