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RECAP: How much rain fell in the Valley during Thursday night's storms?

Thousands were without power after storms passed through Aug. 31. The ASU home opener second half was also delayed by the storm.

PHOENIX — Strong monsoon storms pushed into the Valley Thursday night, tossing dust and delaying the second half of the ASU football home opener.

Wind, lightning and rain continued late into the night, according to the National Weather Service. 

  • Roughly 4,500 SRP customers were without power at 5:30 a.m., according to SRP outage maps.
  • Roughly 3,500 APS customers in the Valley were without power at 6 a.m., APS outage maps show
  • Sky Harbor was on a ground stop until 10:45 p.m. 

Power slowly began to return to customers Friday morning. A few customers were still without power around noon on Friday.

Valley rainfall totals for Aug. 31

Here's how much rain fell in popular spots across the Valley. All of the following numbers were from the flood control district of Maricopa County.

  • New River: 3.39
  • Carefree: 1.26
  • Phoenix Mountains Preserve: 0.63
  • Uptown Phoenix: 0.24
  • Central Phoenix: 0.16
  • South Mountain: 0.12
  • Ahwatukee: 0.08
  • Paradise Valley: 0.16
  • Maryvale: 0.55
  • Sky Harbor Airport: 0.24
  • Tempe: 0.16
  • Mesa: 0.20
  • Gilbert: 0.08
  • Goodyear: 0.08
  • Glendale: 0.20
  • Scottsdale: 0.16
  • Chandler: 0.08
  • Apache Junction: 0.04
  • Queen Creek: 0.16
  • Wickenburg: 0.63

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