Strong winds that arrived after Tuesday night's rain could produce gusts up to 60 mph Wednesday, according to a local forecaster.
The winds, which will blow at 39 to 54 mph with stronger gusts, are expected to last until Thursday, according to meteorologist John Lindsey.
Thursday should be partly cloudy with cool morning temperatures and patchy dense fog in the valleys, according to Lindsey. Friday morning will also be cool, with light to gentle winds and dense morning fog in the interior valleys.
More rain is expected New Year's Day into Sunday, Lindsey said.
Dry weather is forecast throughout next week.
24-hour rainfall totals:
Cottontail Creek2.0Camp San Luis1.5Cayucos1.34Diablo Canyon1.55Hog Canyon near Paso Robles.63Morro Bay1.32Islay Hill, San Luis Obispo1.09Paso Robles airport.12Paso Robles, in town.40Heritage Ranch.40PG&E Energy Education Center Weather1.77Rocky Butte1.5San Luis Obispo, Cal Poly1.32San Luis Obispo County Airport1.22Santa Margarita Fire Department.71Shandon.55SLOWeather.com1.3Templeton.43Shell Beach1.42Nipomo1.34
Compiled by local forecaster John Lindsey