Ahh, I did not think of that. What would we do without this forum. People have helped me out so much. Yeah I guess with our cold water I will have to keep a real close eye on it. I dont want the wort to get to cold. The water must be 40 degrees. Would send you some if I could
With water that cold you should get the wort down into the mid to high 50's or low 60's. I'm sure there is math to figure it out but that's not my forte:)
Keep in mind that it is beneficial to pitch colder and allow the yeast to self-rise to the desired fermentation temperature. This produces a nice clean lag phase and is much better than pitching warm and cooling down so don't fret too much if things go a bit lower than you think, all will be fine.
If it does go colder, active fermentation may take a bit longer to take off as things come up to temp so don't worry if you don't see anything happen right away!