Generally light rain was falling across Santa Barbara County on Saturday, and the trend was expected to continue overnight and through the day on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
The highest rainfall totals were in the mountains above Santa Barbara and Montecito, including the Thomas Fire burn area, but no flooding problems were reported there or elsewhere.
There were the usual vehicle crashes on rain-slick roads, but none resulted in serious injuries.
As of 6 p.m., 24-hour totals included 1.06 inches on San Marcos Pass, 0.93 inches in Upper Romero Canyon in Montecito, 0.81 inches off Gibraltar Road above Santa Barbara and 0.80 inches along East Camino Cielo.
Most other areas of the county received between a quarter- and a half-inch of rain.
A secondary cold front was expected to move through the region Saturday night and Sunday, bringing light to moderate showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms.
Forecasters were calling for an 80 percent chance of rain Saturday night and a 70 percent chance on Sunday, giving way to partly cloudy conditions Sunday night and sunny skies on Monday.
Daytime high temperatures should be in the low to mid-60s, with overnight lows in the mid-40s. Above-normal temperatures are expected by the end of the coming week.
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