The winter storm could bring 2 to 4 inches of rain to Los Angeles County coastal and valley areas.
Conditions will warm slightly on Sunday, but still below normal, ahead of the storm system set to arrive in the Southland by Monday afternoon and evening. The brunt of the storm is expected on Tuesday.
Long Beach received a large dose of rain last week, with rainfall since Oct. 1 totaling 2.86 inches, which is 177% of normal for this time of year.
Up to two inches of rain could fall in parts of Southern California this weekend.
Rain is expected to be heavy tonight and early Saturday, with more wet weather expected Sunday night and into next week.
Rain will make a comeback in the Southland this week, with two storm systems out of the Pacific Northwest headed for the region, the National Weather Service said today.