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Flash Flood Watch issued July 31 at 11:49PM PDT until August 01 at 11:00PM PDT by NWS

...FLASH FLOODING POSSIBLE ON RECENT BURN AREAS FRIDAY... .BRIEF DOWNPOURS FROM ISOLATED TO SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS COULD PRODUCE FLASH FLOODING ACROSS AREAS THAT HAVE EXPERIENCED RECENT WILDFIRES. DEBRIS FLOWS AND RAPID RUNOFF WOULD BE A SIGNIFICANT THREAT IN THIS CASE. ...FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 11 AM PDT FRIDAY

Today

Hi98° Isolated Thunderstorms

Tonight

Lo72° Isolated Thunderstorms

Saturday

Hi97° Isolated Thunderstorms

Saturday Night

Lo71° Slight Chc Thunderstorms

Sunday

Hi98° Hot

Sunday Night

Lo73° Partly Cloudy

Monday

Hi99° Hot

Monday Night

Lo72° Mostly Clear

Tuesday

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Tuesday Night

Lo70° Mostly Clear

Trish Wulfman hugs her son Josh in front of their home, flooded from an irrigation canal break in the Dryden area Friday afternoon. They have lived in the rental house for four years. Trish's husband, Eric, had just finished taking a shower when he heard a rush of water "and saw mud going over the pool."

Trish Wulfman hugs her son Josh in front of their home, flooded from an irrigation canal break in the Dryden area Friday afternoon. They have lived in the rental house for four years. Trish's husband, Eric, had just finished taking a shower when he heard a rush of water "and saw mud going over the pool."

An irrigation canal break floods houses and orchards in the Dryden area Friday afternoon.

An irrigation canal break floods houses and orchards in the Dryden area Friday afternoon.

A children's pool is caught in pear trees as water from an irrigation canal break floods houses and orchards in the Dryden area Friday afternoon.

A children's pool is caught in pear trees as water from an irrigation canal break floods houses and orchards in the Dryden area Friday afternoon.

Caleb Wulfman, 10, watches water rush by his Dryden home after an irrigation canal break flooded houses and orchards in the Dryden area Friday afternoon.

Caleb Wulfman, 10, watches water rush by his Dryden home after an irrigation canal break flooded houses and orchards in the Dryden area Friday afternoon.

From left, Ben Piers, 10, Peshastin, Gabe Wulfman, 13, and his brother Caleb Wulfman, 10, walk away from their flooded Dryden home after an irrigation canal break flooded houses and orchards in the Dryden area Friday afternoon.

From left, Ben Piers, 10, Peshastin, Gabe Wulfman, 13, and his brother Caleb Wulfman, 10, walk away from their flooded Dryden home after an irrigation canal break flooded houses and orchards in the Dryden area Friday afternoon.

Jose Rivera, 12, carries his cousin's boots to him at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden. The area was left with flooded housing as a river of mud and water from an irrigation break flowed through the group of pickers' cabins Friday afternoon.

Jose Rivera, 12, carries his cousin's boots to him at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden. The area was left with flooded housing as a river of mud and water from an irrigation break flowed through the group of pickers' cabins Friday afternoon.

Erica Bland tries to help her neighbor's dog, Jasper, over the rushing water from an irrigation canal break in the Dryden area Friday afternoon.

Erica Bland tries to help her neighbor's dog, Jasper, over the rushing water from an irrigation canal break in the Dryden area Friday afternoon.

Workers at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden were left with flooded housing as a river of mud and water from an irrigation break flowed through the group of pickers' cabins Friday afternoon.

Workers at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden were left with flooded housing as a river of mud and water from an irrigation break flowed through the group of pickers' cabins Friday afternoon.

Workers at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden were left with flooded housing as a river of mud and water from an irrigation break flowed through the group of pickers' cabins Friday afternoon.

Workers at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden were left with flooded housing as a river of mud and water from an irrigation break flowed through the group of pickers' cabins Friday afternoon.

Workers at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden were left with flooded housing as a river of mud and water from an irrigation break flowed through the group of pickers' cabins Friday afternoon.

Workers at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden were left with flooded housing as a river of mud and water from an irrigation break flowed through the group of pickers' cabins Friday afternoon.

Orchard workers place sand bags on the edge of a driveway in front of a group of pickers' cabins at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden Friday afternoon.

Orchard workers place sand bags on the edge of a driveway in front of a group of pickers' cabins at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden Friday afternoon.

Eric Wulfman looks for concrete blocks to use to divert water from his house, flooded from an irrigation canal break in the Dryden area Friday afternoon. He has lived in the rental house for four years and had just finished taking a shower when he heard a rush of water "and saw mud going over the pool."

Eric Wulfman looks for concrete blocks to use to divert water from his house, flooded from an irrigation canal break in the Dryden area Friday afternoon. He has lived in the rental house for four years and had just finished taking a shower when he heard a rush of water "and saw mud going over the pool."

Workers at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden were left with flooded housing as a river of mud and water from an irrigation break flowed through the group of pickers' cabins Friday afternoon.

Workers at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden were left with flooded housing as a river of mud and water from an irrigation break flowed through the group of pickers' cabins Friday afternoon.

Workers at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden were left with flooded housing as a river of mud and water from an irrigation break flowed through the group of pickers' cabins Friday afternoon.

Workers at the Doyle Slechta orchard near Dryden were left with flooded housing as a river of mud and water from an irrigation break flowed through the group of pickers' cabins Friday afternoon.