Environment Canada is warning Nova Scotians to prepare for another storm, but this time it'll come as rain.
The agency's warning map for Nova Scotia is bright red with rainfall alerts across the province for Tuesday. It forecasts rain of up to 50 millimetres.
The low-pressure system will pass south of the Great Lakes Monday evening. It will intensify as it moves across New Brunswick to Nova Scotia.
"It will push a strong warm front into the region, which will bring rain at times heavy along with strengthening southeasterly winds and milder temperatures," it said.
Most of the mainland will see 20 to 30 millimetres, but southwestern Nova Scotia could get up to 50 millimetres. Thundershowers are a possibility.
Winds will gust up to 80 kilometres an hour, increasing to 90 kilometres an hour in Capre Breton Tuesday evening. Les Suetes winds will gust up to 150 kilometres an hour over the Cape Breton Highlands.