The Valley was hit by another Monsoon storm Wednesday night that brought with it strong winds and a lot of dust, but not much rain.
A huge wall of dust hit Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport just after 6:30 p.m., but it wasn't well organized and didn't last long.
Thick dust also came to the southern Valley near the 1-10 and Casa Blanca Road. There were a few light showers and sprinkles, but not much in the way of precipitation.
As nightfall hit, the storm put on quite a light show with impressive lightning that flashed in the east sky every few seconds.
Lightning caused at least eight fires burning throughout the Tonto National Forest, just northeast of Phoenix.
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