Warmer temperatures means flooding concerns for the Valley
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A flood watch is in effect for much of the Central Valley as warmer temperatures melt away this year's huge snow pack.
State water officials are very concerned about flooding in the Valley, but not quite yet.
This river should be just fine for a couple more weeks, but higher up, in the foothills and the mountains, some popular spots are seeing trouble already.
Dinkey Creek is flowing like a mighty river after a long winter of building up steam.
Trout anglers flock to this spot and some found luck Friday, while others found out how hard it can be as the weather warms up.
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