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The Central Coast will be hit with two more storms this week before wet conditions leave the weekend clear and dry, according to the National Weather Service. The first storm front that started Tuesday afternoon will continue into Wednesday, with San Luis Obispo County seeing anywhere from half an inch to 2 inches of rain, and Santa Barbara County receiving a quarter of an inch of precipitation. The second storm coming in Thursday evening into Friday morning will bring another half-inch to an inch of rain along with much cooler conditions, said Jayme Laber, hydrologist with the weather service. "Following the second storm, we should be clear and warming up a bit for the weekend and into early next week," Laber said. The jet streams that had been traveling farther south have been allowing the storms to come through the state, and now will move farther north, causing high pressure to build, Laber added. "Under that high pressure, we'll get dry, clear conditions and warmer temperatures," he said. Temperatures Wednesday and Thursday will be in the high 50s, and by the weekend will warm up to the mid-60s. Sunny, clear conditions will continue into next week. The front will pass Santa Maria after midnight Wednesday, and then an upper level low will follow Thursday morning, according to John Lindsey, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. meteorologist. "By 8:20 a.m. go right hereWednesday, we have a 6.8-foot high tide, combined with an 8- to 10-foot westerly swell coming in, which may cause flooding in the low-lying areas in the coastline," Lindsey said. Conditions will begin drying out Thursday evening after bringing in a half-inch of rainfall, and the dry weather will return Friday and continue into next Wednesday. The next chance of rain will be Jan. 19 and continue through the weekend, according to Lindsey. Recent storms have caused major flooding and road closures, which still are affecting parts of Santa Barbara County. In Santa Maria on Monday, officials closed a section of Black road between West Betteravia and Highway 166 (Main Street), which will remain closed through Tuesday.

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