A strong monsoon storm moved through the Valley Monday, bringing heavy rain, gusty winds and dust -- also toppling trees and leaving thousands without power.
ABC15 Video: Storm damage across the EV
Salt River Project officials were working hard into the evening to restore power to the remaining 800 individuals.
Check out latest outages affecting Salt River Project customers, according to SRP's Outage Map, as of 10:30 p.m.:
- Between 1-100 customers are without power from S 48th Street to 56th Street and E Chandler Blvd. to W Pecos Rd. It is estimated to be restored around 3:29 a.m.
- 1-100 customers are without power from S Price road to north Dobson road and east Guadalupe Road to west Elliott. Estimated to be restored around 3:05 a.m.
- Between 1-100 customers are without power from north Price road to north Alma School and east Elliott road to Warner. It is estimated to be restored around 12:40 a.m.
- 1-100 customers are without power from north Alma School Rd to Arizona Avenue and Warner Road to Ray Road. Expected to be restored at 1:11 a.m.
- Between 1-100 customers are without power from south Sossaman road to s Hawes road and e Guadalupe road to Elliott road. Power is estimated to be restored by 2:52 a.m..
- 1-100 customers are without power from north Higley road to Recker road and east Baseline to east Guadalupe. Power is estimated to be restored by 3:15 a.m.
The powerful storm also downed trees and power lines across Valley cities.
ABC15 viewer photos showed trees blocking roadways in Ahwatukee, Tempe and Chandler, while others had toppled through block walls and landed on top of cars.
The gusts, up to 60 mph in some areas, also wreaked havoc on a housing development near 24th Street and Pecos Road, sending wood planks scattering.
The strong winds and pelting rain are also believed to have led to a semi rollover on Interstate 10 near Loop 202 Santan, that blocked traffic for several hours Monday evening.