Check the Moodna, if thats up now check several Westchester creeks http://waterdata.usgs.gov/ny/nwis/current/?type=dailystagedischarge&group_key=county_cd and scroll down and see if they are still rising.
Kisco River gage is a good one to look at. If the Mooda is up and the Westchester creeks are still rising or at least not dropping, chances are the Pocantico is up. I have not seen it up once since mid spring. During the summer there was practically no water in it.
Also, on old sleepy hollow rd, down stream from the put-in and where 117 is no longer alongside sleepy hollow rd where you'll see a lot of parking and a trail to the river. Take that trail to the pedestrain bridge and look upstream and to your right. Where you see cinderblocks, if you see only 3 and a half blocks, you should be able to get a decent run. Less blocks, the better.
|Ramapo River near Mahwah NJ|
|usgs-01387500||700 - 2000 cfs||II-III+(IV)||00h37m||141 cfs (too low)|
Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.
|9y100d14h07m||@Pocantico Pocantico Lake to Sleepy Hollow cemetary [NY]||2 days after significant melt||0 cfs||Cameron Fearey|
|> 10 years||Pocantico [NY]||The put-in.||average water||James Dougherty|
|> 10 years||From bridge above creek (old sleepy hollow rd ext) [NY]||Put-in||average water||James Dougherty|
|> 10 years||Above the put-in (see description). [NY]||Slam Dance||n/a||James Dougherty|