Areas around San Luis Obispo County received anywhere from a half-inch to nearly 4 inches of rain in the storm that moved through Sunday.
San Luis Obispo appeared to bear the brunt of the storm, with many places in or around the city recording between 2 and 4 inches of rain, according to local forecaster John Lindsey.
Today's dry weather will last until Wednesday night, when another cold front is expected to move into the area. Rain showers and gusty southerly winds are forecast into Thanksgiving Day. Clear skies are expected Friday through the weekend.
Sunday's rainfall totals as of 5 p.m.
The data is provided by weather forecaster John Lindsey with PG&E.
|Baywood Park, John's Home||0.78"|
|Camp San Luis||1.65"|
|Condor Lookout Los Padres National Forest||1.11"|
|Creston, Rich's Home||0.79"|
|Islay Hill, San Luis Obispo, CA||1.49"|
|Mission College Prep, San Luis Obispo||2.11"|
|Morro Bay, at Rich's Home||0.63"|
|Paso Robles Airport||0.76"|
|Paul's House (41 West & Toro Creek)||1.30"|
|PG&E Energy Education Center||2.04"|
|Santa Margarita Fire Department||1.38"|
|Santa Maria Public Airport||0.75"|
|San Luis Obispo County Airport||1.54"|
|San Luis Obispo Cal Poly||2.07"|
|San Luis Obispo, Water Reclamation Facility||1.91"|
|See Canyon, Creekside Farms||2.22"|
|Sunset Palisades, Marv's Home||2.29"|
|Vandenberg Air Force Base||0.64"|