A strong band of storms barreled down Interstate-40 and into Flagstaff Thursday, bringing with it a “Haboob” with destructive winds, rain and hail in some spots. The storm also sent in low clouds that crept over Mt. Elden and the San Francisco Peaks before the wind and rain started. Wind damage was reported in Doney Park and the “Haboob” rolled across the southern Navajo Nation and caused some damage in Leupp, knocking out power after a power pole reportedly fell on some mobile homes there. By the time the storms reached Flagstaff, most of the energy had dissipated however. Rainfall amounts in the city ranged from a about a half-inch on the Museum Fire burn scar to about four-hundreds of an inch in the city. No flooding was reported in flood prone areas of Flagstaff. Showers and thunderstorms are expected once again today.