More rain could be on its way to the Central Coast

An overnight low-pressure system and cold front produced heavy rain showers, gale force winds and thunder into Sunday morning, according to longtime local forecaster John Lindsey.

After Sunday’s mostly clear and partly cloudy skies, expect overnight low temperatures in the mid-to-high 30s throughout San Luis Obispo County, added Lindsey, a communications specialist at Pacific Gas and Electric Co.

There is a slight chance of showers on Monday, with high temperatures between the mid 50s and the low 60s.

Lindsey said that another low-pressure system is expected to come down the West Coast late Monday night and into Tuesday. That’s forecast to bring cold air and light rain on Tuesday morning.

Saturday night through Sunday morning's rainfall totals, according to tallies compiled by Lindsey:

Arroyo Grande 0.88" Atascadero 0.51"Paul's house (41 West & Toro Creek) 1.10" Bill's house Cottontail Creek near Cayucos 1.40" Ken's house in Shell Beach 0.52"Daniel's Place Sunset Palisades 0.68" George's house in Los Osos 0.49" John's house in Los Osos 0.52" Rich's house in Creston 0.44" Teri's house at the Garcin Ranch in Cuyama Valley 0.20"Shandon 0.63" Santa Margarita Fire Department 0.86" SLOWeather.com 1.08" PG&E Energy Education Center Weather 1.13" Diablo Canyon 0.45" SLO City Water Reclamation Facility 0.68" Camp San Luis 0.67" San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo County airport 0.98"Islay Hill, San Luis Obispo 0.83" SLOWeather.com 1.03" Condor Lookout Hi Mountain 0.90" Lopez Dam 1.24" Nipomo 0.59"Oceano 0.59" Rocky Butte 1.18"