More scattered storms rumbling around on the Fourth

Another wave of scattered showers and a few isolated thunderstorms pass through the Valley region tonight; we do not expect severe weather, but some of the rain could be heavy!  Monday's rainfall totaled up to 1.57" at Cedar Creek Reservoir near Russellville; it rained 1.03" at Guntersville Dam.

Tuesday will not be a repeat of Monday!  We expect fewer storms; however, any of them could still produce some locally-heavy rain, frequent lightning, and wind gusts over 30 miles per hour.

Spotty storms for the Fourth: There's good news and bad news in the picture for Tuesday. The good: it won't rain all day, and most Fourth of July activities can go on as scheduled. The bad: there's a chance of rain early in the day followed by some spotty storms in the afternoon and early evening that could have an impact on a few celebrations.

Tuesday is a good day for Live Alert 19: not because of any severe weather threat, but for the convenience of dodging showers and storms, having an updated chance of rain in the hour-by-hour forecast, and getting any lightning, heavy rain, or severe weather alerts on the chance a heavier storm develops nearby.

Track the hit-or-miss storms with WHNT.com's Interactive Radar or swipe over to the radar feature on Live Alert 19!

Need some specifics about the weekend or next week? They're always online at WHNT.com/Weather and in the "Daily Forecast" section on Live Alert 19!

-Jason
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