The “Atmospheric River” has left the area and it also left its mark. Flagstaff received over an inch-and-a-half of rain and Munds Park picked up three-point-three-five inches since yesterday. In other locations, Kachina Village had two inches, Mayer had between an inch-and-a-half and two inches, Prescott Valley had a half-an-inch to an inch and the Prescott Airport picked up just over an inch of rain. Oak Creek rose to over 12 feet last night, marking the first time water in the creek was that high since 2004. Sedona Fire says the high bridge at Old Indian Road is underwater and impassible. Creeks and washes will still be running high through the morning and will start to recede heading into the afternoon. A Flood Watch remains in effect until this afternoon for Oak Creek and Sycamore canyons, the Yavapai County mountains and Yavapai County valleys and basins. Remember: Don’t cross flooded streams, creeks and washes.
May 15 2021
Mountaintop Christian Fellowship