Woke up this morning about six and heard the ominous roar outside. After almost 12 hours of rain I could hear it:
According to my neighbor Tom Augherton, the CFS (cubic feet per second) was down to about 600, after a high of 1,400 last night. In 2010, the CFS hit 45,000 and Cave Creek overran it's banks and spread out all the way to the cave. Back in 1993 it was even worse, and somewhere I have video of this.