Rainfall totals for Wednesday

newsroom@thetribunenews.comMarch 26, 2014 

Mostly dry skies are expected Thursday and Friday after two days of showers dampened the Central Coast, although rain could return this weekend.

Many spots around San Luis Obispo County saw less than a quarter-inch of rain Tuesday and Wednesday, according to data from PG&E meteorologist John Lindsey, although Arroyo Grande, Nipomo and Santa Margarita got a bit more — between a third and a half of an inch.

More showers are expected Saturday across SLO County, with the rain taking a brief break Sunday before returning Monday night, Lindsey said.

Here's a look at rainfall totals for the 24 hours that ended 5 p.m. Wednesday.

LocationRainfall
Arroyo Grande0.32"
Atascadero0.11"
Avila Valley0.11"
Baywood Park0.10"
Cal Poly0.10"
Cambria0.12"
Camp San Luis0.04"
Condor Lookout0.34"
Creston0.03"
Davis Peak0.12"
Diablo Canyon0.08"
Islay Hill0.19"
Lopez Dam0.37"
Los Osos0.09"
Mission College Prep0.09"
Morro Bay0.10"
Nipomo0.43"
Oceano0.20"
Paso Robles Airport0.05"
Pismo Beach0.12"
Point San Luis Lighthouse0.19"
Rocky Butte0.63"
Santa Margarita0.34"
San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport0.15"
San Simeon0.20"
See Canyon0.26"
Shandon0.04"
SLOWeather.com0.15"
Sunset Palisades0.19"
Templeton0.12"
Tassajara Peak 0.47"
Vandenberg AFB0.13"

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