After two days of very light rain activity, the rain is leaving the area Thursday. There will be a few spots with scattered showers throughout the Central Coast during the morning commute but clearing will start by late Thursday morning and early afternoon.
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The system didn’t bring much precipitation to the area with most rain totals failing to reach 0.10’’. Areas like Cambria and Paso Robles saw just over 0.25’’. A trough is expected to make way over California on Monday, which will bring increasing cloud cover and the possibility of more light rainfall that could last until Tuesday.
Daytime highs will remain from the mid-50s to the upper 60s Thursday and won’t warm up much beyond that heading into the weekend. Northeasterly winds are in the forecast Thursday and will range from 10-20 miles per hour.