Areas of rain overspread the Valley Monday night

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – A mostly dry Monday turns into a mostly wet Monday night. Widespread showers and isolated thunderstorms rumble through Alabama and the far southern part of Tennessee this evening and tonight; a few of us get a lot of rain, a lot of us get a little rain.

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Widespread rain comes in after 7 PM and lasts through sunrise Tuesday. Most of Tuesday morning stay free of significant rainfall, but more showers and even a few scattered thunderstorms develop again from lunchtime through early evening. More rain becomes likely Tuesday night through Wednesday morning giving some communities grand totals of 1-2 inches (or more in some isolated instances).

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