So we all know that we are receiving near-record snow falls this year and the water year isn't over yet. The folks that know are saying that the upcoming storms may put us over the highest snow totals Utah has ever received. With this comes the concerns of massive flooding. So I went and took a look at current stream flows to see what was going on. They are BOOMING compared to the long term average for this time of year. Here are some examples: Weber River at Echo: Long term average for now is 10 cfs. It's flowing at 1430 cfs. East Canyon Creek: LT AVG is around 10 cfs, it's flowing at 231 cfs. Lost Creek: LT avg 10 cfs, flowing at 95 cfs. SF Ogden: Lt avg 100 cfs, flowing at 168 cfs (but was around 250 a few days ago) (The Bear was flowing higher, but is pretty close to the LT avg in today's reading) These are a few examples of water that ends up flowing towards the GSL, right? So my question is this: How much of that water is actually getting there right now? I know it's a big lake, and opening up the faucet for a week isn't going to fill it up. But it has to help, right? And with run-off not even started yet for the most part, does all this water have the potential to help things out on the GSL? Especially since agriculture season hasn't started yet, and they should not be drawing on the water at this time. Most should be getting to it's final destination, right? Or am I just wishful thinking here?