What is an isolated T-storm?

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Isolated T'Storms or Thunderstorms refers to only a few areas will receive any rain. With this type of thunderstorm only around 10% area will affected by rain. If it is in the forecast for just thunderstorms, than most or all of the area will receive rain.
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