YUMA, AZ - Tropical Depression Ivo brought light showers to Yuma County and led to several road closures.
Yuma County Sheriff's spokesman Sgt. Andres Angulo says there were no reports by midday Sunday of homes being flooded.
Several roads in eastern Yuma County along the Gila River were closed because of flooding.
Sunday's storms also brought rain to northern Arizona.
Prescott received less a half inch of rain, while Prescott had a little more than a half inch.
Much of western Arizona remains under a flash flood watch until late Sunday night.
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