one of the weather models has a truf developing over the west around the 18th (only one, so the confidence is low). If that materializes, the things could flow again. There's a sight out there called southwestpaddlers.org or something of that nature that has the most info I've found --
The concensus is that Arizona's not going to get a lot more of the big rain events that we've had this year, but the soils are primed and a little could go a long way down there. You can check the forecast about 3 days out for some of those segments you mentioned here:
As someone mentioned -- the accuracy is only as good as the imputs so the close you are to the event/storm the more reliable the forecasted river flows.
There's also a littl bit of snow melting above clear creek and Chevlon -- bringing them to about 800 cfs.
If you got, please post the what you find out, or PM me though the site. I very curious, but don;t have the time to get down there now.
Sorry that this isn't really the info you're looking for. I guess more people golf in AZ than paddle -- go figure...