PHOENIX, AZ - Between the dust and the rain, much of the Valley saw monsoon storms roll through their neighborhood Sunday.
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ABC15 first started tracking the dust south of Chandler around 4 p.m. Sunday.
The storm initially lacked the strength seen in Saturday's storm.
As the storm rolled to the north and west, however, into Ahwatukee and toward downtown Phoenix, it really picked up strength.
Near 33rd and Grand avenues, visibility was greatly diminished.
But thankfully, the rain wasn't far behind.
ABC15 viewer Manny Camacho sent in a video clip to ABC15 showing a heavy downpour in his backyard near 38th Avenue and Thunderbird Road.
People living in Litchfield Park also experienced heavy rainfall.
SRP and APS customers experienced power outages in Surprise and Glendale. Power was restored to both areas late Sunday night.
In addition to the much needed rain, Phoenix also experienced a welcome drop in temperatures, anywhere from five to 10 degrees at locations throughout the Valley.
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