Riverfront Property for a Week

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One of the worst storms in decades to hit California and Arizona has caused so much rainfall that Casa Grande which is around fifty miles south of Phoenix has common area’s flooded and my own backyard overlooks a temporary stream that is nearly 4′ deep. For one week until the water dries I have a flowing stream of water in my yard and it gives the appearance that I live on a Riverfront property.


Some parts of Northern Arizona received over 4′ of snow in a single day and there will be massive runoff when the snow melts soon. Sedona itself has had its river reach twenty seven feet which is the highest water level on record in history.

Meanwhile, the state could use the rain to help replenish our reservoirs as the state is constantly in a drought.

-Justin Germino

Updated: January 24, 2010 — 10:12 am