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More rain expected by Friday afternoon

Another rain system is on the way. Some cloud cover will hang over the Central Coast throughout most of the morning ahead of another storm that will bring rain activity Friday afternoon through Saturday.

Rainfall amounts for this system will stay be between 0.75’’ and 2’’. Several burn scars throughout Southern California could be impacted by this storm, as well as the series of storms in the forecast over the next seven days.

With so much rain coming down over the next week, burn scars from recent fires could be impacted, which includes the Thomas Fire in Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties. Areas over the Thomas Fire burn scar in Santa Barbara County could see rainfall rates from 0.5’’-0.75’’ per hour between 9:00 p.m. and 2:00 a.m.

Daytime highs for the Central Coast will stick around the low to mid-60s with southerly winds ranging from 20-40 miles per hour.

There will still be continued rainfall activity on Saturday but conditions will start to clear up heading into the afternoon hours. Expect more rain by the end of the weekend, which will continue through the end of next week. Weather models are indicating that by the end of next week, the Central Coast could see up to 7” of rain.

Brooke Martell

Brooke Martell

Brooke Martell is a weather forecaster and fill-in anchor for KSBY's weekday morning show, "Daybreak." When she's not in the studio, Brooke is reporting on investigative, human interest, and political stories.
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