FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -- Coconino County residents are preparing for more rain after a flash flood on Tuesday tore through the Timberline, Doney Park and Wupatki communities, prompting Gov. Jan Brewer to sign a declaration of emergency.
The area has been pummeled with rain, bringing with it mud and debris from the 15,000-acres charred by the Schultz fire last month.
Doney Park resident Cheryl Lee says a lot of homes are "pretty devestated."
In an attempt to help residents trying to protect their homes and property from more water damage, Summit Fire Station is offering wattles, wire-wrapped barrels of hay equal to approximately 10 sandbags.
Community volunteers are also helping with several sandbag stations set up along Highway 89.
Coconino County officials are holding a community meeting Friday at 6:30 p.m. at Sinagua High School.
3TV Forecaster April Warnecke says Coconino County can expect a 50 to 60 percent chance of rain today.