Southern California is preparing for another atmospheric river that will bring heavy rain, snow, and strong winds from late Monday night through Wednesday.
The system is expected to bring several inches of rain and potentially damaging gusts of wind up to 60 miles per hour, resulting in warnings and advisories across the region.
Thunderstorms may also occur, and snow levels are forecast to drop to between 3,500 and 4,000 feet by Wednesday morning.
A flood watch is now in effect from tomorrow until Wednesday evening, while a winter storm warning has been issued for mountain communities in the area.
The forecast calls for one and a half to four inches of rain, with heavier amounts in some areas.
The rain is expected to last until Wednesday evening, followed by a dry and sunny weekend before more rain returns in nine to ten days.