No, unfortunately there's still probably no boating release from McPhee this year. This precip has been great, but it hasn't put much of a dent in the drought yet. It improved the overall seasonal runoff volume from 30% of average to maybe 45% of average.
However the good news is that each day that we have these rains, we get an updated peak forecast, and every day lately it's just been getting bigger and being pushed back to a more "normal" early time. Many upper elevation rivers had already peaked, just before the rains, and are having a second smaller "rain peak" that's combining with the actual, now-delayed peak of lower elevation rivers. Supposedly we'll return to a drier pattern in about a week or so, and things should level off, but they aren't sure what the temperatures will do yet.
The CBRFC is updating their peak forecasts today, here
As each river gets close to peaking a link will pop up underneath them for the daily forecast.