LOS ANGELES (AP) — A new storm is makings way toward California from the Pacific Northwest as parts of the state clean up damage left by last week’s drenching rain.

National Weather Service specialist Stuart Seto says the weather system is due to reach Northern California on Tuesday, with rain beginning as early as Monday night.

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In Southern California, up to 1 1/2 inches of rains are expected in the mountains and about half that much along the coast.

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Seto said the storm will push a cold front into the area that will bring gusty wind and frigid temperatures.

Last week, California was deluged with heavy rains that resulted in tens of millions of dollars of damage. A state of emergency was declared in 11 counties, including Los Angeles, Orange and Santa Barbara.

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