Flows will be strong for quite a while, as the Ark will be benefiting from both Ark drainage and Roaring Fork flows via the Fry-Ark project. As I understand it, Southeastern Plans to max out Fry-Ark this year at 120k af. I don't believe all of this will flow all the way down the Ark, but much will. For fun, let's say that 75% of 120k af is added to the natural Ark flow over 90 days. (That was fun!) That's an extra 500 cfs in the river over natural conditions (just as a for example).
Given uncertianty regarding trans-basin diversion and reservoir operations, on top of temporal shifts in snow melt and precipitation, changes snow aspect loading it's premature to complete a Van Genuchen multi-Gaussian Triple Krauskopf regression analysis.
Instead I'll just say that it's a hell of a good year for the Ark and it will cost an arm and a leg in gas to drive there from my humble front-range abode.
I'll leave you with a final thought: