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    The Haboobs keep rolling.


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Photographer and storm lover APizm captured these images on September 6 and says he never gets tired of Haboobs rolling in. "They are so unique and dramatic against a flat desert valley landscape that you just can't help but watch," he says. "From my viewpoint about seven stories high, the Haboob stretched out both to my South and East. You could see it just swallowing up everything in its path. It was amazing."

    Check out more of his photography here.
    - Anika3, CNN iReport producer

    Just when we thought the summer monsoons in Arizona maybe coming to an end, mother nature keeps us guessing. This major Haboob rolled through the entire Phoenix area stretching some 30+ miles long and 2,500+ feet high.

    Keep an eye on the teal colored building on the right in the center of downtown Phoenix. The first image in this series was taken at 5:24pm the last one taken at 5:37pm. These Haboobs come in fast and furious.

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