Phoenix weather: More rain possible after record-setting morning

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By Catherine Holland By Catherine Holland
By Catherine Holland By Catherine Holland
By Catherine Holland By Catherine Holland

PHOENIX -- Tropical moisture from what was Hurricane Norbert pushed into Arizona Monday, leading to historic rainfall and flooding. 

Sky Harbor received 3.29 inches of rain, the most ever recorded in 24 hours there. Other parts of the Valley saw more than 5 inches, with the highest totals in Chandler and Tempe. Widespread flooding was reported across the Valley and freeways were shut down.

There is a slight chance for more rain later this afternoon and evening, and even a slight chance Tuesday and Wednesday, too. 

Drier air moves in later this week for reduced storm chances for the weekend. 

Meanwhile, a Flash Flood Watch is in effect for the rest of the afternoon for the Valley and parts of the state. Look for an afternoon high in the upper 80s or low 90s today.

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