PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) − Wild weather brought flooding and hail to parts of the Phoenix area on Tuesday.

Some motorists had to be rescued from their cars after flooding in the west Valley.

[STORY: Fast-moving storm triggers flooding, water rescues in Phoenix area]

Some rain gauges in the west Valley recorded nearly two inches of rainfall yesterday.

There were also reports of quarter sized to half dollar sized hail from Glendale to North Scottsdale, water rescues, and a funnel cloud spotted near Parks in Coconino County just after 1 p.m.

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Phoenix Sky Harbor picked up .03" of rain. Bringing the monthly total up to 5.35" and the third wettest month on record, according to the National Weather Service.

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