Residents of the Central Coast should be prepared for back to back rain chances in the coming days.
The first system is already impacting the region, bringing consistent yet light rain throughout the short term.
The second system, which will arrive on Tuesday and last through Wednesday, will be more significant, with higher rain totals and impacts that will be felt as far south as Los Angeles and San Diego.
Mountain snow is also expected, with snow elevations dropping in some areas.
After already saturated grounds from the previous rain, a flood watch may need to be issued.
Although the rain is good for the region in terms of drought and greenery, temperatures will be colder than average, with most areas seeing temperatures in the 50s.
Rain is expected to continue through Wednesday, with some sunshine and possible 60-degree temperatures in the forecast after the second system passes.