I'd be curious about this too from any seasoned vets.
We drove up there yesterday morning to take a look even though the gauge was reading 95cfs since it had been raining hard overnight at the pass - though not raining when we got there. But it was really low - i.e. the entire gauge rock was almost out of the water.
Although it does seem like it needs a lot of rain to compensate for the lack of snowmelt - if it broke 200cfs and was still climbing, I'd be tempted to sneak a peak with a MM back-up plan.
Edited by Scott_H - 15 Oct 2012 at 10:54am