The dry streak is over: Phoenix receives rain

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Wet roads in Phoenix. (Source: ADOT) Wet roads in Phoenix. (Source: ADOT)
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -

The Phoenix area hadn't received rain since the monsoon but that ended on Tuesday night.

Sky Harbor got 0.07" of rain, according to the National Weather Service.

It ends the 103-day streak of no rain in the Valley, which was the 20th-longest of all time, according to NWS.

One viewer recorded hail at her house in south Phoenix.

[VIDEO: Hail in south Phoenix]

Some scattered showers moved through the Valley, bringing rain to mostly central Phoenix and parts of the west Valley.

Glendale saw .12" of rain while Peoria saw 0.05". Southern Avenue and 32nd Street received .12" of rain while South Mountain got 0.05". Downtown Phoenix received a little bit with 0.04".

The last time it rained in the Valley was on Aug. 23, when it received 0.06" of rain.

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