Flood warnings continue in northern Arizona as a strong and wet spring storm system moves out of the region.
While the storm is expected to clear out of the area, some areas are still under flood warnings, including Page Springs, Cornville, Oak Creek, and the Verde River.
People are advised not to cross flooded roads, and some roads may be closed due to flooding.
However, most homes are not expected to be affected by the flooding.
In terms of weather, the valley is expected to have a dry day with temperatures in the 70s, while storms may continue in the rim and eastern Arizona, with the possibility of lightning, hail, and gusty winds.
There may also be isolated snow up in Apache and Navajo County on Friday.
Moving forward, there is a chance of rain for the next seven days, with about half an inch of rain expected in the valley next week.