Saturday morning's rain storm caused flooding throughout the streets of Santa Barbara County.
Paul Wellman

The flash flood warning period has been extended by an hour. Residents below the burn scars in the southeast part of the county and low-lying areas of the City of Santa Barbara are advised that runoff will continue to cascade down creeks and hillsides and create flash flood hazards through 10:45 a.m., the National Weather Service stated. Romero Creek has overtopped its banks and is in flood status. At 9:50am today Montecito Fire said they had not received any 911 calls due to weather conditions.