get out your dancin shoes,
Hoping the recent moisture has helped saturate the ground so we are primed for run off to start down here on the front range....
the cc-st. vrain drainages seem to be slowing coming up...last night it looked like there may have been some daily fluctuation in clear creek, usb, and nsv
if its getting warm enough to get the daily fluctuation with lows in ned at 33, and predicted to stay that way we could be seeing the beginning
nightime lows in summit county (8000 ft) seem to be hovering around 29, nederland is around 33.
I guessing we need the temps at 10,000ft to stay above freezing at night, do you guys use any resource to monitor this?
My hope is that once we start seeing several days of daily fluctuation, it will start to get flows high enough being this late in the season to have that start, that even a significant cold front won't slow it down too much.