A Monsoon storm wreaked havoc across the Valley Wednesday night.
From flooded streets, to fallen trees and stranded motorists, the storm made quite an impact.
At Citrus and McDowell Roads in Goodyear, a few cars and a bus got stuck in high water. The National Weather Service reported more than 3/4 of an inch of rain in that area.
In Surprise, ABC15 crews spotted trees down near Waddell and Reems Roads.
Buckeye saw some damage as well. ABC15 viewer Tony Stephens sent video of trees down near Yuma and Watson Roads. Lights also went out at several intersections in the area.
APS and SRP reported power outages in the East and West Valley.
At one point, 3,000 APS customers were without power in Surprise and Goodyear. SRP reported at least 1,000 customers without power in the Tempe area.
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