YOUR PHOTOS: Storms with heavy rain, wind move through Sunday evening

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - The risk of strong storms has ended in the Tennessee Valley.

The last of the intense pockets of rain and lightning have faded away from radar, but there are still some areas of light to moderate rain. Expect this rain to continue through around midnight.

Storms earlier on Sunday produced some scary looking cloud formations in the sky, as well as some bright rainbows. Check out some of the pictures that were shared with us in the gallery below.

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Areas of fog should develop overnight once the heavier rain diminishes. Expect a low near 72 degrees.

The chance of showers and storms will continue on Monday as the frontal boundary finally moves through.

There is some uncertainty on the coverage of rain on Monday, so we will keep the chance around 40 percent.

Drier air blows in late Monday night and it will be much less humid on Tuesday and Wednesday.