Patchy drizzle before 9am. Cloudy, with a high near 51. Breezy, with a northeast wind 7 to 16 mph becoming west in the morning.
An inch to two fell area wide last night, and it came quickly and heavily in some areas. Expect stained to muddy water this morning. Things will drop and clear pretty quickly as there is no more major rain forecasted. The smaller creeks will typically clear quicker, and the creeks with a large meadow for a flood plain will also start out much clearer than most.
In the murky water fish large scuds, pink squirrels, san juan worms and leeches. As things clear out, look for fish to still eat subsurface on scuds, brush hogs, and other thicker bodied nymphs.
Hatches will be a bit more sparse except on the clear creeks. With the dreary weather we will see a few mayflies (olives and even possibly some Hendricksons), As the sun starts to pop out again look for caddis.