The Yellowstone has been pretty chilly lately and for the most part not worth all the ice in your guides. Wind, as always has also been an issue but Sunday looks like 9-17 mph, unfortunately they are calling for a north/northwest wind. The good news about all this cold and snow is that snow pack levels have a good start. The Yellowstone Basin is currently around 109%. We’ll have a better idea on what kind of runoff to expect by February, but for now it looks like it is shaping up to be a normal year (with the Yellowstone clearing around the first week of July). The Missouri River basin is already sitting at 130%, the Kootenai, Flathead, and Lower Clark Fork basins are all around 145%, and the Milk has a whopping 171% already.