By Anna Ellis • 30 August 2022 • 15:30
Spain's water reserve is currently at 35.9 per cent of its capacity. Image: Spanish Government
This figure decreased in the last week by 528 cubic hectometres (0.9 per cent of the current total capacity of the reservoirs), the Spanish government confirmed on Tuesday, August 30.
Spain‘s reserve per area is as follows:
Rainfall has affected the Mediterranean and to a lesser extent the Atlantic.
The maximum occurred in Zaragoza (A) with 25.4 mm (25.4 l/m²).
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