The reservoirs in the province of Cádiz have accumulated more than 110 cubic hectometres of water in the last week following the latest rains, which means that they are at 28.57% of their capacity, four percent more than a week ago, when they were at 24.1%. The latest storm has meant that the reservoirs have returned to the levels they had a year ago, when they were at 28.15% capacity.
They currently have 518.29 cubic hectometres of water in storage out of a total capacity of 1,821 cubic hectometres, up from 410.68 a week ago and 523.75 a year ago.
According to data from the Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development, collected by Europa Press, the reservoir with the most water currently in the reservoir is Guadalcacín, with 211.09 cubic hectometres out of a total capacity of 800.3, ten more than a week ago, at 26.38 percent.
The Zahara-El Gastor reservoir has 42.01 cubic hectometres of water, 18.86 percent, while the Hurones reservoir has 73.31 cubic hectometres of water, at 54.18 percent of capacity, 20 percent more than a week ago.
As for the Campo de Gibraltar area, the Guadarranque reservoir is currently at 48.72 percent, with 40.51 cubic hectometres of water, while the Charco Redondo reservoir is at 37.38 percent, with 29.59 cubic hectometres of water.