Mostly sunny, with a high near 41. South wind 7 to 13 mph.
Downright balmy out there the next few days. This should be a great weekend for fishing.
Look for fish to feed as the water temperature rises through the late morning and mid day. Once snow starts to melt into the creeks and the water temperature drops, the fishing shuts off. It is very important to carry a thermometer right now.
There is a high chance of a midge hatch mid day, and possibly winter stoneflies too. Subsurface fishing is best on heavy, thin bodied nymphs rolled along the bottom as well as slowly twitched leeches. With the warmer water temps, scuds should start to pick up some fish too.
There is not a ton of snow bank side, most parking areas are pretty clear too.