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Storm forecast for Sunday as rain dancers prance in Templeton

The Central Coast Center for Spiritual Living headed a rain dance spiritual cermony Saturday in Templeton Park.  The Rev. LaVonne Rae Andrews/Welsh and Rev. Don Welsh headed the dance accompanied by drum beating that Andrews-Welch described as was "the heart beat of Mother Earth" 

Photo by Laura Dickinson 2-01-13
The Central Coast Center for Spiritual Living headed a rain dance spiritual cermony Saturday in Templeton Park. The Rev. LaVonne Rae Andrews/Welsh and Rev. Don Welsh headed the dance accompanied by drum beating that Andrews-Welch described as was "the heart beat of Mother Earth" Photo by Laura Dickinson 2-01-13

A storm is expected to bring rain to the Central Coast by 4 p.m. Sunday and continue through the night, said PG&E meteorologist John Lindsey.

Up to three-quarters of an inch is expected along the coast and one-quarter of an inch inland. Snow levels are expected to drop to 3,500 feet, he said.

The rain is forecast for the day after the Central Coast Center for Spiritual Living held a rain dance in Templeton Park. In the hope that some drumming and high stepping might persuade Mother Nature to end California’s record-breaking drought, the Rev. LaVonne Rae Andrews/Welsh organized the dance on Saturday.

Coincidence? Or a powerful performance?

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