Watercare Drought Update: 24 July

Published: Fri 24 Jul 2020 11:57 AM
Rainfall:YesterdayPast 7 daysRainfall since the start of the droughtHūnua Ranges6.5mm53mmSince the start of the drought in November 2019, our water catchments have received around 23 per cent less rainfall than normal.Waitākere Ranges3mm40mmHow full the dams are (in total):Today:59.4%Yesterday:59.2%Normal for this time of year:83.2%Water consumption:Target for July 2020:409 million litres or less a dayYesterday’s consumption403 million litresYesterday’s 7-day rolling average398 million litres
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