PHOENIX — Early afternoon storms brought heavy rainfall to the Valley on Friday.
The Phoenix metro area was hit with severe thunderstorms around 3 p.m. and ran into the early evening hours. The weather brought heavy winds, flooding and power outages.
Areas in north Phoenix and Scottsdale received the most rain with the region
How much has fallen in your neighborhood? Here's a list of some of the places around the Valley that received measurable rainfall.
- North Scottsdale: 2.17"
- Pinnacle Peak: 2.2"
- Granite Reef (Scottsdale): 2.05"
- Paradise Valley: 1.69"
- Usery Mountain Park (Mesa): 1.5"
- Doubletree Ranch Rd. (Scottsdale): 1.46"
- Cave Creek: 1.18"
- McDowell Mountains: 0.87"
- Queen Creek: 0.67"
- Signal Butte (Apache Junction): 0.67"
- Paradise Valley Country Club: 0.59"
- Lake Pleasant: 0.59"
- Queen Creek: 0.59"
- Mesa: 0.35"
- Fountain Hills: 0.28"
- Ahwatukee: 0.24"
Not seeing your neighborhood? Visit https://www.weather.gov/psr/PRI to see more rainfall totals.
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