Water levels in our rivers and streams are still above average, from 370 to just over 400 cubic feet per second on Monday, February 6. This is higher than the average flow of 290 cubic feet per second on this date over 101 years of record-keeping. 

Water temperatures over the past few days hovered right around freezing; Punxsutawney Phil must have been correct in his prediction of six more weeks of snow!