With 2 "uncommonly severe" storms in the past week dumping inches upon inches of water on the Kenai Peninsula our days of low and clear flows are over. We're approaching 2 feet over National Weather Service at the head of Kenai River, and the flow has exploded. See below.
|3,100 cfs - 14,300 cfs|
|A few big kings survive|
|A few gifts despite hight water|
|My kind of dolly|
With another system moving up from the south, Seward will get more rain and we will get more water.