Reservoirs Return To Normal Levels

Reservoirs Return To Normal Levels.  Recent heavy rainfall has topped up the reservoirs which supply Marbella and Malaga to 96% capacity.

Reservoirs Return To Normal Levels

Reservoirs Return To Normal Levels

Fears of a summer drought on the Costa Del Sol are fading as local reservoirs have recovered to normal water levels.  Recent heavy rain has replenished the water supply, with levels at La Concepción reservoir (which supplies Marbella) now at 96%.  This reservoir is now being used to top up supplies at Axarquai which has not recovered to the same extent.

Malaga’s Conde del Guadalhorce reservoir  has also benefitted from the recent rain.  It is also reporting that levels are now at 96%. This should be sufficient to maintain supplies for the next three years, providing that rain continues to fall according to predicted patterns.

Published: 19.04.2022

Written by Dave James.

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