LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Potentially heavy rains and floods, along with strong winds and low snow levels, are expected to hammer Southern California yet again starting Tuesday.
A flood watch was issued for most of the Los Angeles area beginning late Monday night through Wednesday afternoon and a wind advisory will be in effect for most of the region from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesday.
It'll be mostly cloudy with gusty winds and rain on Tuesday in Los Angeles and Orange County, where the high temperature will be 61 degrees. The low will be 51.
A high wind warning for Orange County coastal and inland areas will go into effect from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday.
More rain is expected on Wednesday, though it will not be as heavy then things will start to clear up by Thursday.
The valleys and Inland Empire will also see some showers with the chance of lightning strikes. The region could see between 2 to 5 inches of rain. Conditions will be windy with a high of 60 degrees. The low temperature will be 47.
Rain is expected at the beaches, where waves will reach up to 5 feet. The high temperature will be 59 degrees and the low will be 49.
The mountains will also see some rain on Tuesday, along with snow above 6,500 feet. The high will be 37 degrees and the low temperature will drop to 25.
The deserts will see showers amid windy conditions and a high of 54 degrees. The low temperature will be 43.
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