Rainfall that started Sunday night continued through Tuesday, causing more flooding, rockslides, downed trees and spun-out vehicles.
The rain offered a reprieve to San Luis Obispo County’s lakes — and Atascadero Lake reached full capacity for the first time in seven years.
The Central Coast is forecast to receive a break from the wet weather Wednesday afternoon to Thursday afternoon, with wind and rain picking up again Thursday night. That storm is expected to drop 1.5 to 2 inches of rain on the county. Residents can expect the weather to clear by Sunday, as tempereatures hit the 70s early next week.
Here’s how much rain fell in your area Tuesday:
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24-hour rainfall totals as of 5:30 p.m. (in inches)
Arroyo Grande (SLOCountyWater.org)
Arroyo Grande, South Halcyon Road
Avila Valley (PG&E Energy Education Center)
Camp San Luis
Creston at Humbug Vineyards
Davis Peak (SLOCountyWater.org)
Hog Canyon (SLOCountyWater.org)
Lopez Dam (SLOCountyWater.org)
Lopez Recreation Area (SLOCountyWater.org)
Los Osos at Cottontail Lane
Los Osos (SLOCountyWater.org)
Morro Bay (North Cloisters)
Paso Robles Municipal Airport
Paso Robles, Union Road & Riverglen Drive
Prefumo Canyon, San Luis Obispo
Santa Maria Public Airport
San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport
San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden
San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau
See Canyon at Creekside Farms
Vandenberg Air Force Base
Source: John Lindsey, PG&E