KINGMAN, AZ - Damage reports poured in Thursday night from severe storms that pounded parts of Mohave County including Kingman, Bullhead City, Dolan Springs, Mohave Valley and Topock .
Flash Flood Warnings, Severe Thunderstorm Warnings and a Dust Storm Warning were all issued at one time or another as powerful storms moved through bringing heavy rain, flooding, high winds and a haboob.
Trained spotters reported hail up to a half inch in diameter in the Dolan Springs area, numerous power poles down and flooding.
In Mohave Valley and Topock, winds gusted near 35 mph and dense blowing dust brought visibility down to a quarter mile or less.
Kingman had issues with flooding as heavy rain pounded the southeast section of the city and the power was knocked out in downtown Kingman. Rainfall reports are ranging anywhere from a half inch to an inch there.
Bullhead City was arguably hit the worst, at least in terms of the damage reports coming in. Winds gusted to 52 mph at the airport and electricity was out for most of the city.
A trained weather spotter reported wind gusts in his area of 68 mph knocking down a huge mesquite tree which put a hole in the side of a house.
An eight by 12-foot window was blown out of the Riverside Casino and roofs were torn off of several mobile homes.
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