The Spanish water reserve is at 32.5 percent of its capacity

Despite heavy bursts of rain along much of the east coast of the country, the Spanish water reserve is only at 32.5 percent of its total capacity.

The reservoirs currently store 18,249 cubic hectometres (hm³) of water, although this has increased in the last week by 91 cubic hectometres (0.2 percent of the current total capacity of the reservoirs).

The reservation by areas is as follows:

  • Cantábrico Oriental se encuentra 60,3%
  • Cantábrico Occidental 55,3%
  • Miño-Sil 44,7%
  • Galicia Costa 54,8%
  • Cuencas internas del País Vasco 61,9%
  • Duero 33,6%
  • Tajo 37,9%
  • Guadiana 23%
  • Tinto, Odiel y Piedras 63,8%
  • Guadalete-Barbate 21,4%
  • Guadalquivir 18,6%
  • Cuenca Mediterránea Andaluza 34,7%
  • Segura 32,7%
  • Júcar 52,2%
  • Ebro 35,1%
  • Cuencas internas de Cataluña 34,7%

Rainfall has been abundant on the Mediterranean slope and has considerably affected the Atlantic slope. The maximum has occurred in Valencia with 210.8 mm (210.8 l/m²).