A storm system has brought up to a third of an inch of rainfall to parts of the Central and South Coasts, but meteorologists continue to say they don’t see it creating any problems for the region’s brush fire burn areas.
Most of the burn areas on the South Coast have had between one tenth, and two tenths of an inch of rain.
An additional quarter of an inch of rain could fall before the storm system clears out Thursday night.
The heaviest rainfall has had in the Channel Islands, with Santa Rosa Island getting close to an inch and a half of rainfall. No watches or warnings have been issued for brush fire burn areas in the region.