NBC - Severe storms in Arizona have not only caused problems on the ground, but also in the air.
Several pilots flying into Phoenix Sky Harbor International airport on Friday had to abort their landings and take another loop around the valley.
Wind shear warnings were to blame.
The same monsoon behind the chaos in the sky left neighborhoods cluttered with downed trees and power lines.
Approximately 1,000 people lost power.
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