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MONSOON 2017: Powerful storm brings rain, flooding & power outages to Phoenix

The second monsoon storm in as many days is hitting parts of Phoenix Thursday afternoon.

Storm Damage

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Power Outage

SRP and APS officials, as of 5:50 p.m., are reporting that an estimated 23,000+ customers are without power, due to the storm. For details, click here.

SRP Outage Center
https://myaccount.srpnet.com/MyAccount/outages/public

APS Outage Map
https://outagemap.aps.com/outageviewer/

Airport delays

Sky Harbor Airport officials said flights are delayed, due to severe thunderstorm, and they are asking people to check flight status with airline companies, before coming to the airport.

Takeoffs and landings resumed at Sky Harbor, at approximately 6:00 p.m.

Sky Harbor Flight Status
https://www.skyharbor.com/Results/FlightSearch

The storm has also brought flooding to parts of the Valley, including the US 60.

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Viewers and social media users have shared pictures of Thursday's storm.

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