We’ve got a gauge, and Moodna is cranking and it holds well.
By Thursday morning it should still be high but running clearer, though with this massive storm changed rapids and new wood are likely.
Be careful what you wish for. I wanted rain, but Cornwall, where the Moodna empties, made The NY Times, and West Point, the next town south, was described as the epicenter of the storm, with over 8 inches of rain in about 4 hours.
A tentative morning trip but flexible. If you want to join, contact us. Friday and probably Sunday trip is possible as well.