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Storm system exits but not before hammering Southern California

After several days of rain on the Central Coast, the storm blasts Southern CA with wind, rain, snow, flooding and mudslides.

In the last 24 hours, Santa Barbara County saw rain totals ranging between .02″ and .42″. In San Luis Obispo County, rain totals ranged between .01″ and .55″.This is a stark contrast to places like Pasadena and Beverly Hills that have seen close to three inches of rain by Thursday afternoon!

Going into the weekend, we can expect more dry weather with seasonal temperatures in the 60’s during the day for most areas and 40’s at night. If you are planning on heading to Southern California, be sure to check for the latest advisories as some roads have been closed in Kern County and LA County due to this storm.

Melissa Newman

Melissa Newman

Melissa Newman is a multi-media journalist for KSBY News. You can send her story ideas at mnewman@ksby.com.
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