San Luis Obispo County residents woke up to scattered rain showers Thursday morning.
Total rainfall amounts are generally expected to be below one-tenth of an inch, according to John Lindsey, a PG&E meteorologist.
Skies are expected to clear in the afternoon, with strong to gale-force winds and mild temperatures.
Santa Lucia winds blowing from 13 to 24 mph in the morning and up to 25 to 38 mph in the afternoon are expected Friday through Saturday, Lindsey said. Mostly clear skies and mild temperatures are forecast.
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Another system is expected to bring rain Sunday to Monday, according to Lindsey. Rainfall amounts could range between 1/2 to 1 inch, with greater amounts in Cambria, San Simeon and other areas along the north coast. A few scattered rain showers may continue into Tuesday.
High-pressure and clearing skies should return the rest of next week.