With heavy rains expected to continue, emergency management officials are keeping a close eye on certain parts of the area...one of those spots: Black Creek ... it's notorious for flooding. Channel 4's Ashley Harding is joining us LIVE ...Ashley, this is kind of a waiting game for the people who live there... Ashley? 3 3 Yes, it is for now. It all depends on what happens later on tonight and overnight.I'm here at the north prong of the Creek.You may remember, this almost hit record crest during Tropical Storm Debbie a couple years ago. The people who live in this area may be used to this happening, but EMS is still monitoring...and they want the public to do the same. TRACK As this video shows, flooding along Black Creek can pose a huge problem for residents. That's why Emergency Management officials are taking NO chances with THIS heavy rain. //nats rain pouring// 24:26--24:33 "Obviously we're monitoring the rainfall. Closely monitoring the south prongs and the north prongs of Black Creek." 24:36--24:42 "I think a lot of it's going to depend on where some of those heavier cells of rain fall in tonight." TRACK EMS officials say the south prong of the creek is especially fast- rising. They say even a LITTLE bit of rainfall makes a big difference.35:07--35:14 "The water line was getting up, right at the end of this driveway and whatnot. All of this over here was under water." TRACK Kenny Fry lives just off Lazy Acres Road, one of the areas hit hardest by flooding.He's seen it happen many times, and describes what people do to get around it. 36:33--36:52 "they're getting up on stilts now. They're building their house up. The only downside to that is the storage.Everything you've got under your house , when it does flood, a lot of that stuff just goes down the creek." "Emergency Management officials say they do expect the North and South prongs to go into action stage tomorrow. That means they want citizens to take protective actions. Meaning they need to think about moving patio furniture, trailers, and cars to higher areas." TRACK Emergency management says when it comes to finding out if there will be flooding, it's just a game of "wait and see what happens." In the meantime, they ask residents to keep an eye on the water levels near their homes. 39:11--39:20 "You watch the news and pray for the best. Just hope it doesn't get too terribly bad." EMS officials say anyone with any questions or concerns about what's going on with Black Creek are welcome to give them a call here in Clay County. The number is 904- 284-7703. We're also keeping a close on what the rainfall brings. Live in Clay County, AH, Ch 4, TLS. 3 Ashley ... with this being a holiday weekend .. did Emergency Management say whether they'll have enough personnel on hand for any potential problems?