The monsoon is in full swing for Arizona, but drivers on the Interstate 10 mostly escaped that Wednesday evening. 

The National Weather Service issued a dust storm warning for Interstate 10 near Casa Grande and near Eloy until 7:45 p.m., but canceled it shortly after 7 p.m. 

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While the warning was still active, National Weather Service in Phoenix said drivers on the I-10 in Pinal could encounter a lot of dust while on the road. 

Drivers were told to stay alert and pull aside if needed. 

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The dust storm warning came as the majority of the state saw monsoon activity Wednesday. 

Early Wednesday was the first time Phoenix saw measurable rainfall so far this monsoon: a whole .04 inches! 

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