WILLIAMS—The melting snow and ice off of the reservoir at the Santa Fe dam started its seasonal spring overflow causing Cataract Creek to begin running. There is enough water flowing to satisfy even the Cataract Creek Gang (if it were Whiskey). This is good news to the residents of the community that saw little snowfall last year.
The forecast for the area shows temperatures just above the 70-degree mark Thursday and Friday dropping to mid-60s for Saturday and Sunday with some cloudiness. Nighttime temperatures will be around the mid-30s. The bad news is that it could drop to around 58 by next Wednesday. No moisture is predicted.
The lack of moisture in the forecast is not devastating, however, since there is still snow and ice left to melt.