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SOCIAL: Monsoon storms cause damage, flooding, power outage

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Monsoon storms rolled through the Tucson area on Wednesday afternoon, July 19, causing several power outages, flooding and downed trees.

Tucson News Now viewers and reporters took to the streets to document the storm.

Here are some of the best social media posts.

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