The Spanish water reserve is 57.5 percent of its total capacity.

The reservoirs currently store 32,251 cubic hectometres (hm³) of water, decreasing in the last week by 563 cubic hectometres (1.0 percent of the current total capacity of the reservoirs).

The reservation by areas is the following:

Cantabrico Oriental is 90.4%
88.8% Western Bay of Biscay
Miño-Sil to 77.2%
Galicia Costa at 90.4%
90.5% internal basins of the Basque Country
Duero at 62.5%
Cut to 50.7%
Guadiana to 47.9%
Red, Odiel and Piedras to 76.9%
Guadalete-Barbate to 58.4%
48.4% Guadalquivir
Andalusian Mediterranean Basin to 61.6%
Safe at 30.2%
Júcar at 39.2%
Ebro to 78.6%
82.4% internal basins of Catalonia

Precipitation has considerably affected the Atlantic slope and has been scarce on the Mediterranean side. The maximum has been produced in Ponferrada with 43.0 mm (43.0 l / m2).

The situation of the basins, in cubic hectometres, is detailed in the attached table:

Ministry for the Ecological Transition

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