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Old 04-28-2009   #11
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Cutch, don't make us look bad. That graph is for snow water equivalent. The peak on that graph is when there is the most amount of water trapped up there in snow. So April 23rd is way too early. Avg. peak for flow is in early June. And then what follows is, that is when we should go.

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