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dust down. this givings you an idea what they were seeing on the ground. check thought picture. this is at i-10 and the loop 101. the interchange being consumed by all that dust. the thunder and then the hail, new video coming into our newsroom from maricopa, captured from one of our viewers at her home down there. >> we have been going all day, a live look fur right now on the cbs5 pinpoint doppler, rain all around the valley. lightning as well. we've gotten anywhere from about 0.10 to 0.25, and some heavy rain in the east valley,
and out in the west valley, moderate to light showers falling fur right notice. this system is packing some very strong winds with it as well. and it is moving toward the north northwest at 20 miles an hour. our wind gusts in the valley range from 25 to 45 miles an hour just in the last hour. we've still got a funnel of heho south. we're gonna be adding to the rainfall totals as we head into the evening. northern arizona as well. flagstaff through payson, show low, holbrook, you have been getting rain as well with this storm system. lots of lightning coming through for us as well. and move toward the north northwest. holbrook, strong gusty winds for you as well through this evening.
track this system. a woman who already started videos of the storms on facebook page and twitter. we want to show you some video. >> it was the scene about an hour ago, and it is still rainingre big gust storm blew through before all that rain hit. if you look in the lower left part of your screen, the radar is up there, keep an eye on the storm. so we'll keep that box up for you to check out whenever you want. and we have something coming in from greg. that is showing the gulf engulfing wild horse pass. that's the casino that you see dwarfed there by the big step cloud. and we want to see your pictures if it is
not if there's lightning! go outside, snap a picture, get some road and post it to our social media pages with #cbs5az. brace yourself for this, roadways across the valley soaked at this hour. this is a live look from one of traffic cameras, us-60 and rural. the wet roadways causing some slowing and backups through that part of town. let's take you to the traffic center computer. these other same ones you can download right now on our cbs5 mobile app. there is the rain, stretching from the east valley, north valley, south valley out west. as we funnel its way in, typical traffic
there. down south is where i want you to focus. the 60 looks bad. east valley commuters. we've got a string of traffic problems on the 60 interchange. and then take a look at the downtown area, westbound, eastbound i-10. the i-17 loop-around truck route through sky harbor. this is solid red. not because accidents. as the volume increases and the rain keeps falling, it's slowing down. we're gonna keep an eye on this traffic alert system as well. you can download our mobile app. we have crews across the
>> reporter: right now the rain is coming down pretty heavily. it's raining for about an hour. this is the hardest we've seen it come down since we've been out here. it's coming sideways at us right now because the wind is picking up and the temperature is dropping. it's getting kind of chilly out here! take a look mind me at the traffic that's moving. you can see some of the flags and palm trees behind us, just how strong the winds are. a lot of traffic is still moving pretty regularly despite the wind coming down, the water pooling on the side of the road. this is definitely the hardest we've seen it rain out here so far. be safe if you're driving tonight. getting a little chilly, starting to get dark. no gusts though. we saw that earlier this afternoon. once it started raining, that passed by. we do want to show you some
down -- eucalyptus tree came down early this morning. the penguin air and plumbing news chopper flew over the neighborhood near 48th and indian school. you valley's weather any time, anywhere from your phone. download the cbs5 mobile app. click on the interactive radar on the home page. new video to show you coming into our cbs5 newsroom of two teens that are possibly connected to that major fire that happened in gilbert a couple weekends ago. several phases of an apartment complex that were under construction were destroyed last month.
the new video. but they do want to talk with them. the reward set at $30,000. police in south carolina say a woman missing since august has been found alive. but the conditions are absolutely sickening. she was chained like a dog around the neck and locked inside of a metal container. this case has ties to our state. investigators found her locked inside of a metal storage container, and she had been locked in there for two months. she was discovered when deputies heard her banging on the container. her boyfriend who disappeared at the same time has not been found. and now authorities believe that they could be dealing with a serial killer. >> and this person told us that
on this piece of pro deceased. and we don't finish that's -- we just don't know. >> but we have learned that that continue todd fullhemt was convicted of kidnapping in arizona in 1987. he has been arrested is, is in custody tonight, and the victim is being treated at a hospital. a busy thursday night. we have rain falling all across the storms just getting started.
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>> urinal this time of night, it's slow. but this is a big backup with the rain out there. >> and there are a lot of problems withhe it isn't the strongest storm, but we're seeing a lot of traffic issues out there. and mike is out there right now. >> you were showing us that huge eucalyptus tree. it's gotta be old >> reporter: huge and old no doubt about it. i'm glad i still had some of my rain gear.
we've been in the arcadia neighborhood most of the day. and the rain has been coming down consistently for the better part of 40, 45 minutes now. we came here because it was really a story about the wind that brought us here. early today just wind howling through the area. the palm trees looked like they came right down on to which of this top -- on top of this honda accord. a real mess here. the rain is continuing to fall. so it looks like this storm in the over yet. >> reporting live from 40th and indian school. thufr. be sure -- thank you.
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places, even longer. >> reporter: while it might not be the case here, some of the other places i've seen voters show up and then leave because of time constraints. >> eeshgs i can't wait that long. i'll >> a little bit over an hour. >> reporter: couldn't wait that long. that was a common theme we heard. at this early polling site in west phoenix. >> i think it is a little excessive. >> reporter: miguel came to the 67th avenue site with friends. his employer let them use work time.
>> two hours. and even telling us it may be longer depending. >> reporter: they examined the data and met with the county recorder in july to tell her there were not enough early voting sites. >> i told them this morning and asked what they're doing to reduce they're doing everything possible to make the lines shorter. i asked what that meant i couldn't get any details. so it's really frustrating. >> reporter: the group is talking to their attorney to see
as you are having a bad case ever buyer's remorse. in other words you want to change your vote. >> donald trump has made aly to voters to recall and change their vote if they have already cast theirs for hillary clinton and many have done it. we hav here in arizona, you can't do it. once your ballot is in the hands of your county recorder's office it, it cannot be recalled. the vote is separated from the signed voter affidavit. once it arrives, it would be impossible
donald trump jr. is returning to the valley. junior was in arizona just last week when his helped his father at asu. and and bernie sanders will return to arizonas about his vsz, but he was just here holding events in flagstaff and tucson earlier this month. hillary clinton and donald trump chris crossed battleground states. >> we have to find a bathroom
each other. >> this was her first appearance on the campaign trail since her infamous speech at the gop convention. all of you are uniquely qualified to make sure that this uniquely unqualified person does not become president. >> the latest cbs new york national lead is shrinking. he's up by 3 points. tracking the storm systems hitting the valley right now. we knew we were expecting rain but not expecting this much rain to fall. it is raining all across the valley floors right now.
falling in mesa. it is moderate to light wind blowing for you. all of this rain is moving toward the west northwest. it's moving at about 20 miles an hour right now, strong wind, and isolated lightning out there. we have outer bands storm. it's possible -- some developing behind this interim storm system and moving our direction.
down. in downtown phoenix, about .16 of an inch. south mayor cope arc close to almost an inch of rain. winds coming out of the southwest are sustained, relatively calm. gusts, 21 miles an hour in sedona. in the phoenix area, 35 to 45 miles an hour. that storm isna our current temperature, not gila bend, that's not right. [ laughter ] >> 64 is the temperature in phoenix. tomorrow skies clear, 83 the afternoon high. more severe weather is coming up here on cbs5. we also
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tatum, rush hour. just a mess. this is the aftermath of our storm moving through the valley this evening. ashley is in for paul. and we said that's the aftermath but there is still rain coming down. >> still rain coming down, and more on the way. yes, we have snow falling up at snowbowl in flagstaff! take a live look at this. first snow of the season. i've got an e-mail and a phone call. so exciting to see this, the first snow. let's talk about what we're seeing here at home.