The storms that swept across the Central Coast on Thursday night and Friday morning have given San Luis Obispo County a much-needed soaking.
Rainfall throughout the county ranged from 3.51 inches at Rocky Butte near San Simeon to 0.40 inches near Nipomo, according to 24-hour rainfall totals recorded by the San Luis Obispo County Public Works Department.
The North County and San Luis Obispo received the most rain, with many areas recording totals of more than an inch.
Camp San Luis Obispo received 1.30 inches of rain, Santa Margarita received 1.65 inches and Templeton received 1.18 inches.
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South County areas received the least amount of rain in the region.
Arroyo Grande Creek got 0.50 inches of precipitation, Oceano got about 0.40 inches and Los Berros got about 0.60 inches.
Rain will continue to fall across San Luis Obispo County through Friday and Saturday. John Lindsey, a PG&E meteorologist, said the region will likely receive half an inch to one and half inches during the next two days.
Here’s a look at area rain totals in inches, as of 11 a.m. Friday:
Camp San Luis Obispo