The dry month we're experiencing may blow up the first significant dust storm of the year on Friday afternoon.
Strong winds are creating dusty conditions in parts of central and southern Arizona.
Meteorologist Katie Baker said Phoenix has recorded zero rain during the month of January, which has happened only four other times since records have been kept: 1912, 1924, 1972 and 2006.
ADOT is warning drivers the dry conditions could lower visibility and impact your weekend commute, especially for those traveling along Interstate 10 from Phoenix to Tucson and I-10 from Tucson to New Mexico.
ADOT and the Arizona Department of Public Safety recommends the following driving tips for dust storms:
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