The sky may have cleared up for a bit, but that doesn't mean that we are done with the rain. Yavapai County is still under a Flash Flood watch through Thursday morning around 8 am.
Here's the official notice:
...Flash flood watch remains in effect through Thursday morning...
The flash flood watch continues for
* Coconino... Yavapai... and northern Gila Counties
* through Thursday morning
* A moist and unstable air mass will remain across northern arizona through Thursday. An upper level low pressure system will move across the area tonight bringing widespread showers and thunderstorms. Some of these thunderstorms have the potential to produce very heavy rainfall and the threat of flash flooding.
* Persons in the watch area should be alert for water to cover low spots on highways and unimproved roadways... Flash flooding across low water crossings... Flash flooding along hiking trails. Remember flash floods can occur within the areas of heavy rain up to 50 miles down stream away from the heavy rain. Avoid camping and hiking in flash flood prone areas.
A flash flood watch means that developing conditions may lead to flash flooding within the watch area. People... especially those located along area creeks... rivers or other flash flood prone areas... should continue to monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take immediate action should flash flood warnings be issued.