More heavy rain washes Southern California; flood warnings and watches in Los Angeles 

Los Angeles faced heavy rainfall on Monday, prompting a flood watch in four Southern California counties.

The National Weather Service issued a flood watch for wide areas of Los Angeles County through Wednesday.

Flash flood warnings were in effect for the western side of Los Angeles and the Santa Monica Mountains until 6 p.m. Monday.

Flood warnings were also issued for the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys, as well as the Eastern Santa Monica Mountains.

AccuWeather Meteorologist Joseph Bauer highlighted Monday and Tuesday as the main flood threat days.

The storm was expected to bring up to 5 inches of rain and winds reaching 60 mph, with mountainous areas anticipating heavy snowfall.

The rainstorm started in the Central Valley on Sunday and extended to San Diego.

The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services activated its operations center and deployed personnel and equipment to high-risk areas.

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