It appeared that the Valley and the areas surrounding it wouldn't get a taste of monsoon on Sunday. That was until the sun went down.

A dust storm rolled through Casa Grande and storms also hit Maricopa around 8 p.m.

The dust was so strong the ADOT had to close Interstate 10 near Casa Grande. Eastbound traffic was stopped just south of the State Route 187 junction. Westbound was stopped at milepost 200, near Interstate 8. It was closed for about half an hour.

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The National Weather Service's Phoenix office confirmed Monday that a strong downburst hit Buckeye near Interstate 10 and Watson Road.

APS reported that about 21,000 customers throughout the state were without power. By Monday afternoon, power had been restored to all but out 130 customers.

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The National Weather Service was getting several reports of near zero visibility along the I-10.

The city of Maricopa saw dust, rain and wind with gusts around 60 miles per hour.

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In Buckeye, more than 14,000 APS customers were without power due to multiple outages just before 10 p.m. It's unclear if it was weather related but a storm did go through Buckeye and the rest of the far west Valley. Winds were in excess of 50 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service.

Buckeye fire reported widespread power outages, including areas to the south of Broadway Road and to the east of Rainbow Road.

The Buckeye Police Department said on their social media pages Monday morning that their main phone line was down due to the power outage. Their lines were fully restored just after 10 a.m.

The City of Buckeye announced that their city offices were closed following the storm.

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For any emergencies, police tell residents to call 911.

City of Buckeye officials said that any residents who were directly affected by the outages can purchase up to 40 pounds of wet bagged ice or 20 pounds of dry ice and be reimbursed by APS as long as you save your receipt.

The city is also in a process of setting up cooling centers in the area. At this time, the Coyote Library, located near the area of Dean and Yuma roads will be the first cooling center location.

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Some of the dust made it into the Valley with parts of Chandler seeing the most of it, but nothing compared to what Casa Grande experienced. The sky looked a little dusty in downtown Phoenix but the storm had mostly died down by the time it made it there.

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