Scattered showers before 8am, then a chance of rain after 8am. Cloudy, with a high near 45. Northeast wind 8 to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 50%. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible.
Creeks are in pretty good shape after recent rains, clear to murky area wide.  Yesterday's rains were never too heavy averaging an inch in the past 24 hours.  We are seeing stain and some murky water, which will start to clear up quickly today. Most of the rain soaked into the ground (it smells like worms outside this morning!)  Reports of olives hatching all day yesterday with fish rising all day too!
  Today will see clouds and possible showers again.  It should not be enough or heavy enough to blow anything out significantly.  These have been good soaking spring rains.
  Creeks are running in the low to high 40s water temperature wise, and running clear to murky.
In the dirty water, fishing leeches and buggers as well as larger scuds and san juan worms is effective.  On the clear waters, trout are eating heavy bead heads in dark colors and small (16-20) as well as scuds.  There are hatches of olives and fish will eat olive emergers and dries when rising.  Do not be afraid to try a small terrestrial to rising fish too!