PHOENIX — This month is already the wettest October in Phoenix's history, but it looks like the rain is not finished yet.
The National Weather Service Phoenix issued a string of warnings in the early afternoon Tuesday as scattered storms started to reach east of Phoenix.
Just in time for the evening commute, dust entered the southern outskirts of the Valley while Scottsdale received some rain.
The storms produced hail in north Scottsdale and in the Peoria/Anthem area.
The rain had largely cleared from the Valley by 8 p.m.
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Rescuers with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said everybody was safely out of the cars trapped in floodwaters in Sun City.
Crews responded as floodwaters on Sun City roads trapped multiple cars. Both occupants were able to get out of a car at 111th and Peoria avenues safely.
At 103rd avenue and Mountain View Road, two people were trapped in a vehicle when water came up to the top of the tires. A line of cars was seen nearby slowly moving through the floodwaters as rescue teams helped the occupants out of the car.
Lightning and nickle-sized hail is possible for much of the West Valley until 5:45 p.m., NWS says.
New River-Anthem area is under a flash flood warning until 7:30 p.m.
NWS in Flagstaff says a sever thunderstorm in Bumble Bee is moving southeast at 10 mph. It's producing strong winds and hail.
Be careful out there commuters! NWS says these scattered storms are great hail producers!
Northern parts of the Valley, Fountain Hills and Carefree, are now under a flood advisory, NWS says. There is a significant weather advisory for those areas and parts of Gila County.
A 12 News viewer in Troon Village in Scottsdale sent in video of hail completely covering his backyard and splashing in his pool.
Down south, NWS issued a dust advisory for Maricopa and Casa Grande.
New River, Cave Creek and Carefree are under a severe thunderstorm warning until 4 p.m., NWS says.
Looks like the outskirts of the Valley will get the most rain.