They updated the website again today:
"The current weather forecast remains clear and warm inflows for this week. That should mean the trends will stay steady. We have filled the reservoir and are spilling. This means we are tracking inflows above Dolores and will follow them down. Last night the river was a little lower than Monday night. Has the downward trend started? The runoff has to slow down eventually.
We briefly reached a peak release of 2,400 CFS early this morning and are headed down with the river. Flows will remain pretty high the next few days, but probably trending down. Expect flows around 1500 CFS and dropping down to 1200 CFS over the weekend.
If this downward trend persists, rafting should end mid next week. We will watch and continue posting updates as we see the numbers off the Dolores River gage at Dolores.
Memorial Day releases will depend on how long the river inflows to McPhee at 1800 CFS or above. We’ll update as we see new trends."
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