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Uploaded on Jul 6, 2011
A massive dust storm has invaded parts of Arizona limiting visibility and closing Arizona's largest airport. Large sandstorms, also called a haboobs, are fairly common in Arizona from May through September due to the high heat and low moisture in the desert areas. This storm was larger than most, however, with winds nearing 70 miles per hour and stretched for more than 30 miles.