The last post mentioned how quickly the Delaware River rose last week, and it's still running near normal for this time of year.
Meanwhile most of the tributaries are barely running half the normal flow, which is not a good thing for paddlers and is not a good sign for people who depend on groundwater. Even the Lehigh River is running at late summer flow.
While we could end up having the wettest summer on record, a dry spring is frequently a harbinger of a drought. Time will tell.
Regardless, the Tohickon Creek will be running strong next weekend with hundreds of paddlers converging on Ralph Stover State Park for some of the best whitewater our region has to offer, thanks to the release from Lake Nockamixon.