Deepsouth and mania already pointed this out on the snowpack thread. Since the predicted level of the Salt has since tripled from yesterday's prediction, I figured it was worthy of starting a new thread for those interested.
Arizona is about to run huge. As of this morning, Friday's peak predicted flows are as follows:
Salt River peaking between 50-106k.
Tonto (Hellsgate) near 50k.
East Verde river near 20k.
Agua Fria near 55k.
Santa Maria near 25k.
Anyone know the highest water descent of the Salt River in a kayak or raft? Anyone know highest water descents for some of the other runs? Thinking the backside of these spikes might be at about 10-20% of the peak, which may lead to some beautiful water levels, and some stuff that is still way too high.