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Two Storms Headed Towards Central, South Coasts, But Puny Rainfall Amounts Expected

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A pair of storms is headed towards the Central and South Coasts, but both of them are expected to bring little in the way of rainfall.

The first one is arriving on the Central Coast Thursday night, and will move through the South Coast Friday.  Rainfall amounts are expected to be around a quarter of an inch at best.

Then, a second storm will arrive Saturday night into Sunday.  It’s expected to be even weaker, with the chance of maybe a quarter of an inch of rain in the interior areas and mountains of San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. 

But, the snow level for the second storm could drop to around 3500 feet, meaning snowfall for some of the region’s mountains.  Neither of the storms are expected to pose any kind of a concern for brush fire burn zones in our area.