PHOENIX - Nearly the entire Valley experienced rain on Sunday morning.
Accumulation varied from .08 inches in a number of areas to .71 inches in north central Phoenix, according to Flood Control District of Maricopa County gauges.
A second line of showers moved through the Valley mid morning on Sunday. This came after an early morning storm brought brief periods of moderate-to-heavy rain to parts of the Phoenix metro area.
An aviation weather warning was issued for Sky Harbor International Airport around 10:40 a.m., and expired at 11:45 a.m.
More rain and wind was expected throughout the day, as well as possible thunder and lightning.
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A number of viewer captured video of the storm moving through their neighborhood. Near South Mountain, Lawrence Robinson said there was "nothing better than a desert storm."
C'Angelo got video of rain pouring down in Ahwahtukee just after 11 a.m.
Earlier in the morning, rain started in Gila Bend before moving into the Valley. By 7 a.m. multiple areas were seeing moderate-to-heavy rainfall.
PHOTOS: Storm moves through the Valley
The storm was over Gila Bend around 6 a.m. and moving northeast.
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