The Spanish water reserve is at 47.7 percent of its total capacity. The reservoirs currently store 26,726 cubic hectometres (hm³) of water, which has decreased in the last week by 307 cubic hectometres (0.5 percent of the current total capacity of the reservoirs).
However, it must be noted that the reading published in this report were taken before the rains of this week, and so hopefully, next week will show a slightly improved picture.
The reservation by areas is as follows:
- Cantábrico Oriental se encuentra 90,4%
- Cantábrico Occidental 86,9%
- Miño-Sil 72,6%
- Galicia Costa 84,1%
- Cuencas internas del País Vasco 85,7%
- Duero 65,8%
- Tajo 58,7%
- Guadiana 32%
- Tinto, Odiel y Piedras 68,6%
- Guadalete-Barbate 25,8%
- Guadalquivir 23,8%
- Cuenca Mediterránea Andaluza 34%
- Segura 33,5%
- Júcar 57,8%
- Ebro 48,8%
- Cuencas internas de Cataluña 25,3%
Rainfall has affected the Mediterranean slope and has been scarce on the Atlantic slope. The maximum was produced in Malaga (A) with 53.9 mm (53.9 l/m²).