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Old 01-10-2015   #1
 
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It's raining below 7000' on the snow that fell last week. Sunday or Monday might be good days to take advantage of a pulse in flow. Expect cold water, messy roads, and wood. Be safe out there.

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Sweet. Here's to hoping.
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So far, nothing is really happening... we'll see what happens over the next day or so. A good friends is running with the Verde River Rangers this weekend from Beasley to Childs, so I'm definitely keeping an eye on the flow.
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most of the snow that fell last week is already gone. Here's to hoping!!
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yeah, Parks AZ here.... not much water just yet....
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Old 01-13-2015   #6
 
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Looks like today was the day. Oak Creek is pushing 1000cfs at the Tlaquepaque gauge.
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Looks like today was the day. Oak Creek is pushing 1000cfs at the Tlaquepaque gauge.
Wow! Wish I was out there.
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I see on the weather channel that show low is getting some snow. Does this help the Salt?


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It's close and kinda representative of the area that feeds into Cibecue Creek. A lot of the area east of Showlow affects the Salt upriver of the runnable section and Black River.
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I am sayin tomorrow should be good too... we got a couple good showers today. every low spot is running...
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