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The Spanish water reserve is at 47.4 percent of its capacity

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The reservation by areas is as follows:

  • Cantábrico Oriental se encuentra al 87,7%
  • Cantábrico Occidental al 61,2%
  • Miño-Sil al 54,0%
  • Galicia Costa al 67,0%
  • Cuencas internas del País Vasco al 100,0%
  • Duero al 54,2%
  • Tajo al 48,0%
  • Guadiana al 31,6%
  • Tinto, Odiel y Piedras al 80,3%
  • Guadalete-Barbate al 35,9%
  • Guadalquivir al 30,5%
  • Cuenca Mediterránea Andaluza al 43,9%
  • Segura al 39,0%
  • Júcar al 62,2%
  • Ebro al 67,9%
  • Cuencas internas de Cataluña al 57,8%

Rainfall has considerably affected the entire peninsula. The maximum has occurred in San Sebastián-Donostia with 65.5 mm (65.5 l/m²).

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

Water reserve by hydrographic basins

Note: At the time of closure of these data, the data corresponding to the flows of Galicia-Costa and the Segura Hydrographic Confederation have not been received).

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