Forecasters say the Long Beach area is likely to get a small amount of rain late this morning and into the early afternoon.
Mayor Robert Garcia reminded residents on Friday that while other counties may be under different orders, Long Beach and LA County are still under a stay-home order.
Long Beach officials on Wednesday urged the public to continue to follow stay-at-home orders issued to stop the spread of COVID-19, and take measures to protect themselves from the warm weather.
Rains this week pushed Long Beach over its average yearly rain total, with 12.87 inches since Oct. 1, or 113% of normal for this time.
Rain in Long Beach is expected to begin Sunday afternoon, with a 90% chance of rain and thunderstorms possible through Monday.
Rain showers are returning to the local forecast tomorrow, with a slight chance of continuing much of the week
A flood advisory was issued for Los Angeles County as slow-moving storms dropped rain at rates up to a half-inch (1.27 centimeters) an hour.
One of the most powerful storms of the year is expected to hit Long Beach and much of Southern California this week, with heavy rain and possibly thunderstorms predicted for Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
A wind advisory will be in effect today from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m.