The storm that brought light rain to San Luis Obispo County has moved out of the area and today will be sunny and cool.
Local forecaster John Lindsey says another storm will make its way through California on Wednesday. But it will move along the California-Nevada border, so any rain will likely fall over inland areas of the state. Cloudy, cool conditions are forecast for SLO County.
Offshore winds will return on Thursday and Friday, making for warmer, sunny days and cool, clear nights.
The President's Day weekend looks unsettled but it is too soon to forecast whether rain will fall here, said Lindsey.
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Rainfall totals for Monday, Feb. 13
|Camp San Luis||0.12"|
|Condor Lookout, Los Padres National Forest||0.15"|
|Paso Robles Airport||0.02"|
|SLO County Airport||0.11"|