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Two Storms Down, Third To Go For Central, South Coasts But Last Could Be The Biggest

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The second it a trio of storms expected to hit the Central and South Coasts in less than a week has dropped nearly a half inch of rain in parts of the region.

In Ventura County, Thousand Oaks and Oxnard each recorded about two tenths of an inch of rain.  Santa Barbara County’s totals included less than a tenth of an inch of rain in Santa Barbara, and nearly a half inch in Lompoc.

San Luis Obispo County had two tenths of an inch of rain in San Luis Obispo, and a third of an inch in Pismo Beach.

We’ll get a break from the rain Tuesday.  But Tuesday night, the biggest of the three storms will arrive.  Meteorologists say it could stall over the Central and South Coasts, dropping two to four inches of rain before it leaves Thursday.  Ventura County won’t get as much rain, with the storm centered further north.