Southern California is bracing for another round of rain and snow as a new storm is set to hit the region.
According to KTLA meteorologist Henry DiCarlo, the storm is expected to bring significant rainfall, with up to three storms predicted to hit the area through April.
The region has already seen above-average rainfall this water year, with some areas receiving over 3 inches of rain.
While the weekend is expected to be mostly sunny, Monday is set to be a transition day with an increasing chance of rain, and Tuesday is forecasted to be a wet day for Southern California.
The forecast is subject to change, but residents are advised to prepare for another wet month in April.