The storm system generated by yet another atmospheric river will dump more rain on Southern California this week beginning Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
One to 3 inches of rainfall is forecast for coastal areas and valleys, while mountain and foothill communities may see 3 to 6 inches of rain by the time the storm passes on Wednesday.
“Monday will be partly cloudy … and then it’s Tuesday when this system really moves in,” said KTLA weather anchor Kacey Montoya.
Winds of 20 to 30 mph are expected throughout Southern California, with 30 to 50 mph winds expected in Antelope Valley, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara County communities.
“Impacts for San Luis Obispo County should not be as severe as the last storm,” NWS said.
Little to no accumulation of snow is expected from this round of storms.
Los Angeles will see temperatures in the mid-60s this week, as will Inland Empire and High Desert communities. Gusty winds are expected throughout the L.A. metro area until Tuesday.