More rain on the way to SLO County, along with a high surf advisory. Here’s the forecast

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Update, 3:40 p.m.:

Due to a high chance of rain Thursday evening, this week’s Downtown San Luis Obispo Farmer’s Market has been canceled, the Farmer’s Market told The Tribune in an email.

Original Story:

Another storm was expected to bring more rain to San Luis Obispo County — but this time, it won’t be on the weekend.

After a sunny Wednesday, clouds were expected to move into the area Wednesday night, bringing a 50% chance of rain heading into Thursday and Friday, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday night will also see a chance of thunderstorms with wind gusts up to 20 mph.

Temperatures in San Luis Obispo will dip to highs of 55 and 56 degrees on Thursday and Friday, respectively, before rising to the low 60s during the weekend when skies clear, according to the Weather Service.

Overnight lows could even fall into the high 30s.

Across the county, rain is likely to end overnight Friday, bringing sun and higher temperatures.

In Paso Robles, the weekend will be mostly sunny until Sunday, which will see more cloud cover, with temperatures sticking to highs in the mid-50s on Thursday and Friday and the low 60s on the weekend.

High surf advisory issued for start of weekend

Though coastal communities such as Grover Beach, Pismo Beach, Morro Bay and Cambria are all forecast to largely follow the same rainfall and temperature trends as the rest of the county, the Weather Service issued a high surf advisory for all San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara county beaches.

The advisory will be in effect from 3 p.m. Thursday to 3 p.m. Saturday, when there is an an increased risk of ocean drowning due to rip currents and large breaking waves capable of capsizing small boats, the Weather Service said.

Surf will be highest Thursday evening through Friday on northwest- and west-facing beaches, with large breaking waves between 12 and 18 feet in height.