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More rain, wind in the forecast for SLO County

Heavy overnight rains add more water to an already raging San Luis Obispo Creek

The creek was raging in its banks on Saturday, February 18, 2017, through downtown San Luis Obispo and was spilling over the roadway on San Luis Bay Drive.
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The creek was raging in its banks on Saturday, February 18, 2017, through downtown San Luis Obispo and was spilling over the roadway on San Luis Bay Drive.

San Luis Obispo County should get a brief break from the rain Sunday, but the rain and wind is expected to continue Sunday evening and into the Presidents Day holiday.

According to the National Weather Service, showers are likely Saturday and winds could gust up to 30 mph.

Saturday evening will be mostly cloudy with more strong winds expected.

Sunday will be partly sunny, and the high will be around 60 degrees before rain returns Sunday night.

A high surf advisory remains in effect until Sunday at 10 p.m.

Heavy rain Friday resulted in flooding across the county and left thousands without power.

As of Saturday morning, PG&E was working to restore power to more than 8,700 people across San Luis Obispo County and northern Santa Barbara County.

The California Highway Patrol responded to several traffic collisions early Saturday. No injuries have been reported.

CHP SLO responded to a stranded vehicle at the intersection of Highway 1 and 13th Street in Oceano. The white sedan was towed out of the flooded area Friday, February 17, 2017.

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