The rainstorm that began moving into the Central Coast Monday night stayed in the area through Tuesday night, dropping about 3 inches of rain in some areas of SLO County.
Further south, in Santa Barbara County, flooding and mudslides brought on by heavy rains killed at least 15 people, downed power lines, destroyed homes and closed Highway 101 indefinitely.
A high-pressure ridge of air is forecast to build back up over California on Thursday, producing clear skies, cool mornings and warm afternoons, according to PG&E meteorologist John Lindsey.
More clouds and areas of light rain and drizzle could develop on next Tuesday and Wednesday, Lindsey said. Moderate to heavy rain could move into SLO County on Jan. 19, Lindsey said.
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24-hour rainfall totals as of 8 a.m. Wednesday (in inches)
Arroyo Grande (SLOCountyWater.org)
Arroyo Grande, South Halcyon Road
Avila Valley (PG&E Energy Education Center)
Avila Beach, San Luis Bay Estates
Camp San Luis
Creston at Humbug Vineyards
Davis Peak (SLOCountyWater.org)
Lopez Recreation Area (SLOCountyWater.org)
Los Osos at Cottontail Lane
Los Osos (SLOCountyWater.org)
Morro Bay (North Cloisters)
Nipomo, Clamshell Mountain
Paso Robles Municipal Airport
Paso Robles, Union Road & Riverglen Drive
Hwy. 41 and Toro Creek Road
Prefumo Canyon, San Luis Obispo
Santa Maria Public Airport
San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport
San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden
San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau
See Canyon at Creekside Farms
Vandenberg Air Force Base
Source: John Lindsey, PG&E