Get your rubber boots ready.
All of Nova Scotia is under a rainfall warning for Tuesday with Environment Canada calling for the heaviest rain to fall in the southwest part of the province.
Most of the province will see 25 to 45 millimetres of rain, the weather agency's warning says, except for southwestern sections of the province and along parts of the Atlantic coast where up to 55 millimetres is possible.
There is also a chance of thundershowers as the low pressure system passes south of the Great Lakes tonight and intensifies as it moves northeast Tuesday.
The weather system will bring warmer temperatures, as it pushes a warm front over the region, with high temperatures of 10 to 11 C predicted in southwest Nova Scotia.