UPDATE:  There is amazingly some clear water being reported today. 
Mostly cloudy through mid morning, then gradual clearing, with a high near 77. Light north wind becoming northwest 6 to 11 mph in the morning.
  Rains last night did their best to avoid our area.  We only got about an inch total in the past 24 hours.  The Madison area streams and south of the Wisconsin River got pounded again. 
  Our creeks will start dropping and clearing rapidly today.  Expect stained to murky water area wide.  Fishing is best on San Juan Worms, leeches, larger scuds and black streamers.  As things clear, we will get back to attractor dries and terrestrials on the surface.
Temperatures are dropping again with the next few days hovering in the low 70s to a high of 68 on Saturday with lows in the mid 50s!  As long as that trend continues expect to start seeing the late summer olive hatch re-appear.