More rain has been predicted for Northern California, even after the 15 to 20-inch onslaught the area saw last week.
Northern California residents recovering Monday from a series of wet, windy storms likely won't get much of a break as another system is expected to drench the area.
Up to 5 more inches of rain could fall in the region beginning Tuesday, the National Weather Service said.
The rain could be especially heavy at times in areas north of Redding and across the Sierra Nevada, meteorologist Dan Keeton said.
Still, it should be nothing like the downpours that left between 15 to 20 inches of rain in some areas over the five-day period that ended Sunday. Forecasters said the latest storm left the area faster than expected.
"It's going to be significant, but less impactful," Keeton said of the coming rain. "There will be some isolated impact in certain areas, but nothing as widespread compared to what we saw late last week. This was a down payment on our winter water supply accumulation."
Pacific Gas & Electric crews continued to work on restoring power to about 8,000 users, a figure that was down from 57,000 on Sunday in areas stretching from Santa Cruz to Eureka and parts of the San Francisco Bay area.