Tonight's the big night of the total lunar eclipse. It's the rare full moon eclipse, one that coincides with the winter solstice as the eclipse carries into early Tuesday morning.
Rare as it is, you probably won't see it.
More likely, you'll see rain and lots of it, according to the National Weather Service.
While the weekend brought some record rainfall in parts of Southern California and flood warnings in Seal Beach, some of the heaviest rainfall is yet to come.
The Weather Service is predicting rain through Wednesday. The forecast varies from "rain" to "heavy rain" with little in the way of a break. Seal Beach's flood warning will remain in effect through Wednesday.
In Rossmoor, Los Alamitos and Seal Beach, temperatures will fluctuate from lows such as 53º to a high of 61º with a dip in overnight temperatures Wednesday night when the thermometer is expected to drop to 46º.
The National Weather Service is also predicting a chance of Thunderstorms Tuesday night and Wednesday.
''The additional rainfall will continue to bring driving and flooding issues to the area," The Weather Service said in a written statement. "Also, snow levels will begin to lower on Tuesday, with some significant snow accumulation possible Tuesday and Wednesday at the higher elevations.''
While the sun should return Thursday, on Friday, another storm system is expected to bring significant rainfall into Christmas Day.
Sunday's rain set at least six records for precipitation in Los Angeles County. Parts of Orange County saw 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain.
City News Service Contributed to this report.