Yesterday's day of rain and showers did little to relieve the low flows on our rivers and streams. Yesterday the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls registered just 62 cubic feet per second - as opposed to the average flow on that date of 434 cfs over 102 years of record-keeping. Driving along the Willowemoc, the water was so low you could actually jump across the Willowemoc just below the Catskill Fly Fishing Center by the bend, and could easily walk across the rocks just above Buck Eddy. This morning the Power Enclosure Pool looked again like a pond, with no noticeable flow and a mist above that gave an eerie appearance. As of 7:00 this morning, the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls had risen to 91 cfs, with the average flow on this date being 401 cfs over 102 years of  record-keeping.