The Spanish water reserve is at 32.4% of its capacity.

Nov 10, 2022 | Current affairs, Featured, Post, Revista Lloseta, Thursday Daily Bulletin, Tradition, Uncategorized

Spain’s water reserve is at 32.4 per cent of its total capacity. The reservoirs currently store 18,158 cubic hectometres (hm³) of water, increasing in the last week by 120 cubic hectometres (0.2 per cent of the current total capacity of the reservoirs).

The reserve by area is as follows:

Eastern Cantabrian is at 61.6%.
Western Cantabrian at 56.1%.
Miño-Sil at 44.6%.
Galicia Coast at 56.7%.
Internal basins of the Basque Country at 61.9%.
Duero at 33.1%.
Tagus at 37.3%.
Guadiana at 23%.
Tinto, Odiel and Piedras at 63.8%.
Guadalete-Barbate at 21.5%.
Guadalquivir at 18.6%.
Andalusian Mediterranean Basin at 35.3%.
Segura at 32.8%.
Júcar at 52%.
Ebro at 35%.
Internal basins of Catalonia at 35.3%.

Rainfall has affected the Atlantic slope and has been scarce on the Mediterranean slope. The maximum was in San Sebastián – Donostia with 38.2 mm (38.2 l/m²).

The situation of the basins, in cubic hectometres, is detailed in the following table: