Looks like June is trying to make up for the hot weather earlier in the month!  We're looking at low to mid 70s for the rest of the week.
Sunny, with a high near 72. North wind 5 to 7 mph.

Fishing has still been best early and late when the sun is not on the water, as well as on the creeks that are running cooler.  The sun and water temperatures are the major limiting factors.
  Looks for small midges and even a few olives hatching in the mornings with fish rising to them as well as craneflies.  As things warm up a bit terrestrials become important on the surface.
  Look for yellow sallies in the afternoon and evenings too.
Subsurface fishing has been best on thin bodied flies such as midge larvae or pheasant tail nymphs (especially the pink belly PTs!) with scuds and squirrels fishing well when the sun is off the water a bit.
  Mousing has been great lately as has fishing streamers at night.