Storm Drops More Than Four Inches Of Rain On Parts Of South Coast
A storm system has dropped some heavy rainfall on the Central and South Coasts, but no major issues have been reported in the region’s brush fire burn zones. Areas of the Los Padres National Forest north of Santa Barbara have had nearly five inches of rain.
24 hour rainfall totals in Santa Barbara County include 1.75” in Santa Barbara, 2.6” in Summerland, 2.3” in Solvang and 1.1” in Lompoc.
In Ventura County, the totals include 1.1” in Ventura, nearly an inch in Oxnard, and three quarters of an inch in Thousand Oaks. The heaviest rainfall has been in the mountains. There’s been 4.5” of rain at KCLU’s transmitter on Gibraltar Peak, near Montecito.
The heaviest rainfall is moving out of our area, but we can expect lighter rain on and off through Thursday.