Hit-or-miss showers, storms continue Sunday night

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TENNESSEE VALLEY – An airmass rich with Gulf moisture combined with an upper low over Texas is fueling numerous areas of heavy downpours and storms across the Tennessee Valley.

Many neighborhoods got at least one round of rain Sunday afternoon, and additional areas of showers and storms continue Sunday night.

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The isolated showers and storms are forming in very random patterns across the area: some neighborhoods have gotten two or three showers today while others are still waiting on their first.

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This is the nature of these summer-like pop-up showers, and this will be the case again on Monday.

Showers and storms will begin diminishing after 10 p.m., though an additional shower or storm is still certainly possible overnight.

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