Downtown SLO Farmers Market canceled as rain hits the Central Coast

The Downtown SLO Farmers Market.
The Downtown SLO Farmers Market. The Tribune

As San Luis Obispo County enters into another wet week, organizers announced Thursday’s Downtown SLO Farmers Market has been canceled.

The rain started to hit Wednesday night and was forecast to last through Friday, with potential showers Saturday morning, PG&E meteorologist John Lindsey said. The county is expected to receive 0.75 to 2 inches of rain.

After a short break, storms are forecast to hit San Luis Obispo County on Sunday night into Monday, before clearing up Tuesday.

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