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Phoenix Dust Storm In Your Photos and Video

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Video by sc2az95 on YouTube

Here's hoping you didn't spend the Fourth washing your car. A tremendous dust storm rolled into the Valley tonight; spreading tiny particles of dust just about everywhere.

Naturally, a haboob of this magnitude was captured in photo form (and videos like the one above) by just about every resident with a camera. Check out a collection of Phoenix dust storm pics in this slideshow.

Also: Don't miss this time lapse of the dust storm from photographer Scott Wood.

Have photos you want to share? Send them to us.

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