PHOENIX -- As the first dust storm of Monsoon 2014 hit the Valley, 3TV reporter Jaime Cerreta ended up reporting from one of the hardest hit areas.
With one ear still ringing a bit, she checked in with Javier Soto and Kaley O'Kelley during "Good Morning Arizona" Friday to talk about covering her first big monsoon storm.
Although Cerreta grew up here and is familiar with Arizona's summer storms, Thursday night was her first time actually covering one. And what a storm it was!
"This I was not anticipating," she said. "You never really know what's going to happen with these things." 3TV reporter Jaime Cerreta caught in dust storm Time lapse by Bryan Snider: Jaime Cerreta's dust storm live shotPost storm pic. Kudos to our talented photographer Nolan Tornquist. http://t.co/huISgxCOZO— Jaime Cerreta (@cerretanews) July 4, 2014 @azfamily reporter @ photog has stayed out in this the whole time! WOW! #azchasers #Groundtruth pic.twitter.com/H8ep7rFUKo— Bryan Snider (@BryanSnider) July 4, 2014 Wow! #dustStorm strong winds LIVE coverage right now headed to #PHX @cerretanews caught in storm @azfamily pic.twitter.com/sfH1Rr3p66— brandon lee (@BrandonLeeNews) July 4, 2014 You know you're in the right place when you stumble upon storm chasers. azfamily #duststorm http://t.co/vGbFDs6vzM— Jaime Cerreta (@cerretanews) July 4, 2014