Heavy storms bring needed rain, but also isolated flooding in some areas of Tennessee Valley

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The threat of storms is over for now, so if you missed the rain don’t count on much going forward through the rest of the week!  A few isolated storms are possible generally south of US 72 on Tuesday; it’s dry after that.  (Get more than the numbers and pictures – find out what to really expect for the next few days including the Fourth at WHNT.com!)

Monday's estimated rainfall (6/27/16)

Monday’s estimated rainfall (6/27/16)

Locally heavy storms dumped 2-3″ of rain in some spots.

Others were just dusty and dry getting the strong winds from nearby thunderstorms.

A 40-mile-per-hour wind gust was recorded earlier at Huntsville International Airport.  Minor wind damage to some trees and power lines knocked out power for several thousand Huntsville Utilities customers in Madison County.

Our Live Alert 19 app gives you tools to follow the storms and see what they are doing with the Interactive Radar.  Live Alert 19 also provides warnings issued by the National Weather Service based on your GPS location.

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Many of you have sent in pictures and video through social media.

Erica Guthrie sent us this video of rushing water from Fort Payne.

Photo: Lynda Webb

Photo: Lynda Webb