brush fire burn zones

A storm system has made its first splash on parts of the Central and South Coasts, but it’s not going to be as powerful as originally predicted. There were some scattered showers Monday, but the heaviest rainfall is expected Tuesday afternoon and evening.

Big change is on the way for the weather on the Central and South Coasts, with two rounds of rain in the forecast. The first round is expected Saturday, and it’s not expected to amount to much. The Central Coast could get a tenth of an inch of rain. The South Coast may just get a few sprinkles. It won’t pose a concern for the region’s brush fire burn zones.

Rain is in the forecast for the Central and South Coasts, but so far it looks like there won’t be serious issues for the region’s brush fire burn zones.

The rain is expected to happen between now, and Wednesday night. The heaviest rain could come overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning.

It may not like it right now, but there’s rain in the forecast for later this week for the Central and South Coasts. But, the storm isn’t expected to pose any type of threat for the region’s brush fire burn zones.