Although Thursday night's raging winds and deluge of rainfall wreaked havoc—causing capsized trees, flooding, and leaving many homes and businesses without power—we got what we needed: a magnificent downpour.
The drought is far from over, but more rain is coming our way this week, bringing additional relief to one of the most severe water shortages in California's history. The SLO County hills will continue to glisten from the saturation and an emerald Christmas is within sight.
Here are a few awesome sights I captured around San Luis Obispo County after the storm.
| Friday evening, storm clouds rolled out of San Luis Obispo.|
Cambria beamed bright and beautiful Saturday morning.
|On Saturday, the mesmerizing surf pounded the shores of Cayucos.|
|The storm's afterglow left its mark at Morro Rock on Sunday.|
Until the next rain!