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this is cbs 5 news. right now, dust storm warning in phoenix. maybe many of you got that alert via your cell phone a few minutes ago. we want to look, near the us 60 and interstate 10. you can see very limited visibility. and it is dangerous conditions during these dust storms. if you could stay home would be best. >> a picture is worth 1000 words. a massive wall of dust this is near downtown phoenix. if you are outdoors enjoying
this has come all the way from casa grande. we have not seen one like this like this this year yet. there are two of them. the bulk of the dust has moved to this area. and is still in play on the back and of this. this is moving to the north. this picture is from emily, you can barely see in front of you. this is around 4 pm thing started to get going. let's show you where that the storm warning is. this is for the all -- all of their of phoenix metro. if you're thinking about going to the grocery store to grab something for the kids lunch, i would hold off on that until this passes. let's look at the radar, i zoomed in to the radar, this is the dust, it's entering mesa,
heading your way. downtown phoenix, that was south mountain that image you saw, is coming up over south mountain and it will be impacting the downtown phoenix area. it will push towards peoria, cave creek. i will put this into motion. you can see this big wall pushing over into the downtown metro area. this started one hour ago from storms that were over case grande. enough wind storms and send a raid over here. if you're on the road, where you know somebody on the road couple aside, still i. i would avoid -- stay alive. i would avoid driving right now. this is a big one. we have not seen -- maybe one of these the season? >> yes, it is definitely a decent dust storm, visibility is low, we want to remind drivers as you mentioned, do not drive into the dust.
the drivers, so just make sure that the drivers do not go out. if you're driving get off at the next exit, pull over to a parking lot and watch the storm from there. that is the best advice. >> there are times you are caught in the wendell -- in the middle of this. what should you do? hazard lights? what is the best approach? >> the best thing, as soon as highway. make sure your car is off the roadway. do not stop in a travel lane or emergency lane, when you get off the roadway, turn off all your vehicle lights take your foot off the brake, leave your seatbelt on you do not want other vehicles falling you off the road. we want to make sure you turn off all of your vehicle lights. set your emergency brake and stay in the car with their
>> that is great advice. is get back to the weather computer, i want to show you an incredible image, this is the type of stuff you will see on your social feeds tomorrow morning. these images, those film photographers are on top of this getting these pictures. this is a big wall of dust moving into downtown phoenix. if you are taking that walk or about to take that afternoon walk you might postpone a. your trainer will your trainer will not be mad at you. you do not want to be called in this -- caught in this dust storm. >> stay with cbs 5 news on the latest for this dust storm. coming up at 10 pm we will have the latest on this dust dorm. a murder near of phoenix nightclub, a local rap artist was a gunned down.
help to find out who did this.>> reporter: around 11 pm the victim left his friends inside this nightclub, jaquar's nightclub, when they came out his friends found him shot to death. the victim is deshawn mcdonald, he was at the intersection of mcdowell he stepped out into the parking lot alone and when he never came back, his friends got worried. other our patients -- other bar patrons heard gunshots. phoenix police say that right now is a senseless homicide, but with no known motive or suspect description and no witnesses, his death remains a
>> as you may imagine, we're going to be very reliant on tips from the public on something like this copy as anybody who has any information the matter how small it is pertaining to this shooting call the phoenix police department.>> reporter: the nightclub and the motel should have video cameras, detectives are hoping to get that film hoping that may help them get a little bit more information on this case. in phoenix, lauren reimer , cbs 5 news he was not only a wrapper he was a role model in the community. >> reporter: this is how friends and family know deshawn mcdonald, known as a rapper, his name is as a rapper, d mac
>> he was a role model, do you know what i'm saying? he was trying to be somebody. >> everybody loved him i cannot understand why something like this happened. >> reporter: they were guarding him as the brother. he was celebrating his 27th birthday on saturday prior to his murder. police say he left the nightclub but it's not clear who he was with or why he left the nightclub >> he was at the wrong place at the wrong time. >> it is unreal. it will not feel real at all. i am not going to be able to believe it. >> reporter: they will not let his tragic death to be in vain. >> this is a motivation to not to have this happen. make something of yourself. this is the motivation right here. >> reporter: he leaves behind a young daughter.
galus near glendale, the 45- year-old, he was shot and then died at the hospital. were learning who the gunman was and the specific details what led up to the shooting. an arizona man was shot and killed by las vegas police on new year's eve. we will be getting closer look. he ignored their commands on dropping what they a gun. it turned out it was a cell phone. they did not know that he was already under sabine is by the us marshal. he was sense for a home invasion. police were told and mistakenly he was wanted for an attempted murder. flooding has destroyed 60,000 homes in louisiana. the damages much worse than state officials originally
there are not a lot of people on the roadway right now. you have been monitoring the dust coming into the downtown phoenix area. it has taken over the building. you cannot see much over there. >> it is close. it is over south mountain, you can see a tall, thousands of feet tall, approaching downtown phoenix. if you're watching us from the deer valley, scottsdale, you say, what does? look to the south and this is what you will see. this dust storm warning goes until 7 pm. it is moving to the north. let's show you the camera, even a little bitter rain is mixed in with it. this is the interstate 10 and loop 202. we are seeing some rain with
this is when it first started. whenever our viewers snapped this picture from the -- one of our viewers snapped this from the driver see. the dust storm warning -- seat. the dust warning will go until 7 pm. if you have to go to the grocery store, wait a couple hours if you can. this is the leading edge of the dust, central phoenix, approaching south scottsdale, and we are seeing some rain this red will be a mixture of rain and dust. this letter area, that is the leading edge of the wall it does. is rapidly approaching downtown phoenix, interstate 10, interstate interstate 17. tempe, they are seeing some rain mixed in with the dust. i saw a couple flashes of lightning pop up at this. keep that in mind, that is also a threat to.
approaching 87, if you are north mesa, you want to avoid driving in the next half hour or so, this will be problematic. was through this into motion. you can see it started i chandler, it quickly approached -- it started by chandler and it quickly approached this area. it cools, it condenses, and then we crank out thunderstorms. we are not seeing in the lightning we are seeing rain. this cell is trying to travel to the north and east, the main impact, for everyone in the valley, is the dust, not the thunderstorms. the thunderstorms are isolated. we will continue to watch the cell, it will push to the north and east. we could see more thunderstorm development as this comes across the valley. you want to try to avoid driving in the next half hour or hour, maybe a little bit longer, i want to pull up this
incredible image of what we are seeing over downtown phoenix. this is the 101, 202 camera, the downtown phoenix camera. it shows an incredible scene. you cannot even see south mountain anymore. you should be able to see those towers that flash at night. but none of that. it is quickly approaching downtown phoenix, it will be pushing north towards scottsdale. this could be a dangerous situation on the road, you want to wait an hour or so, it is not worth it. you do not want to in this. coming up in your next forecast, we will timeout, if we could see some rain tomorrow, and what you are amateurs are going to look like work i think you're going -- look like.
photos send them our way on our facebook page. >> we have a thunderstorm in addition to this dust storm. check out this picture. this is your dust storm in the lower levels, ripping through tempe. there is enough moisture and uplift to pop up a thunderstorm. this year is a nice thunderstorm that is putting down some in is a very interesting set up with the dust on the bottom and the thunderstorm for me. we're watching it now, it's moving into downtown phoenix, this does, it will continue to push to the north. scottsdale, it should be hitting the southern edges of you, moon valley, deer valley, you guys are next. this is moving up from the south. avoid driving if you can. maybe you are getting a late-
traveling. here is the thunderstorm edges should you're in that picture. we are seeing the edge of the dust approaching south southdale. it is -- south scottsdale. it is pushing to the north. do not go outside. note evening walk you or the dog. here is the loop, -- no evening walk for you or the dog. here is you could get rain in mesa pushing over to apache junction. we could see some development over the valley. 23 miles per hour winds helping with that dust, around the state, 82 in winslow. tomorrow, we could see something in the valley but most of it will be in the mountains. you can see as we get into to
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