Three Kings fail to bring sufficient rain to lift reservoir levels in Spain’s Andalucia

RIGHT rain has failed to improve the water supply of Andalucia.

Although a tropical storm in December dropped about 40 gallons[124 L]per square meter, the storage area was only 30%.

This compares with 40% the same week last year, while ten years ago it was more than 60%.

Malaga’s reservoirs are only 34% full, down 16% last year, while La Vinuela in Axarquia is only 16%.

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Almeria is at an alarming rate with only about 8%, while Granada has a healthy 61%.

The Arcos de la Frontera reservoir is overcrowded, at 92.19% higher than last year.

Last year was the fifth warmest in the world, while the seventh in Spain.


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