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Showers with embedded thunderstorms will continue through the morning hours with thunderstorms expanding in coverage and becoming more numerous this afternoon and evening as a low pressure trough lifts northward, acting on the deep monsoonal moisture in place. Expect heavy rain, gusty winds and frequent lightning with storms today. Localized runoff and flooding may occur under the stronger cells. Storms will linger through the overnight hours with much of the same expected on Tuesday as moisture remains in place. Drier air moves into the Four Corners region and across much of the area by Wednesday through Friday with a downturn in storm activity, with storms limited to higher terrain. The next surge of moisture looks to occur this coming weekend.   (Please visit http://weather.gov/gjt for more information.)

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Showers with embedded thunderstorms will continue through the morning hours with thunderstorms expanding in coverage and becoming more numerous this afternoon and evening as a low pressure trough lifts northward, acting on the deep monsoonal moisture in place. Expect heavy rain, gusty winds and frequent lightning with storms today. Localized runoff and flooding may occur under the stronger cells. Storms will linger through the overnight hours with much of the same expected on Tuesday as moisture remains in place. Drier air moves into the Four Corners region and across much of the area by Wednesday through Friday with a downturn in storm activity, with storms limited to higher terrain. The next surge of moisture looks to occur this coming weekend. (Please visit http://weather.gov/gjt for more information.)

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