Another major storm is headed to Southern California this week, with threats of gusty winds, flooding and hazardous driving conditions.

“The storm for Monday-Tuesday is looking stronger than our recent storm, with potentially damaging winds and heavy rain,” according to the National Weather Service.

In Los Angeles and Ventura counties, rainfall is expected to begin Monday morning and continue into late Tuesday evening, NWS said.

Southern California will experience heavy rain, strong winds, and the likelihood of flooding, downed trees and power outages, officials said. Around two to four inches of rain is expected along the coastal and valley regions and between four to eight inches in the mountains.

Snowfall is expected above 7,500 feet. Wind gusts in the central coast will run from 50-60 miles per hour and from 60-70 miles per hour in the mountains, said NWS.

Experts are warning of more dangerously high surf which led to closed beaches, ongoing warnings and advisories, and damaged piers along the California coast from last week’s bomb cyclone.

The intense waves and rip currents will continue this week, providing dangerous conditions for visitors and possible flooding along the coast, NWS warns.

NWS also recommends mariners remain in port, seek safe harbor, and/or secure their vessels from severe wind and combined seas. Beachgoers should stay back from the water’s edge and off any coastal rocks.

Anyone heading outside should be aware of hazardous driving conditions including fallen rocks and debris on roads. Debris flow is especially pronounced in recent burn areas from the Fish and Lake fires.