Light, scattered sprinkling in east Valley heading west

PHOENIX -  The east Valley is currently experiencing some light showers that seem to be heading west. 

Both 12 News reporter Kristen Keogh and the National Weather Service in Phoenix reported some light rain. The National Weather Service said the isolated showers will continue for the next few hours, but not to expect a lot of moisture. 

Though the rain likely won't amount to much, National Weather Service did not rule out a thunderstorm. 

The showers, while light, still pique interest because of tomorrow's solar eclipse. The 12 News forecast says tomorrow we can expect a partly sunny sky with a 10 percent chance of storms paired with humidity. 

ECLIPSE: 12ne.ws/2fY4icQ

TRACK STORMS: 12ne.ws/radar

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