Watsit (water situation) report

Created 7 months ago, updated a month ago
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1. Rainfall

The Yorkshire Region Has Received 59.3% of LTA for May

2. Reservoirs

Reservoir Stocks Have Decreased from 84.2% to 78.8% in the last month

3. Rivers

Some of Our Rivers are Below Critical Levels

4. Demand

Regional Demand has decreased from 1288.4 Ml/d to 1285.9 Ml/d in the last month (including York)

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1. Rainfall

The Yorkshire Region Has Received 45.2% of LTA for April

2. Reservoirs

Reservoir Stocks Have Decreased from 92.7% to 84.2% in the last month

3. Rivers

Some of Our Rivers are Below Critical Levels

4. Demand

Regional Demand has increased from 1268.3 Ml/d to 1288.4Ml/d in the last month (including York)


NOTE: The summary report enclosed details fluctuations on the previous week only.

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From
01/03/2019
To
31/03/2019

1. Rainfall

The Yorkshire Region Has Received 188% of LTA for March

2. Reservoirs

Over the Past Week Our Reservoir Stocks Have Decreased By 1.7% To 92.7%

3. Rivers

Some of Our Rivers are Below Critical Levels

4. Demand

Regional Demand = 1268.3 Ml/d (including York)

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1. Rainfall

The Yorkshire Region Has Received 70.5% of LTA for March

2. Reservoirs

Over the Past Week Our Reservoir Stocks Have Increased By 4.7% To 90.7%

3. Rivers

All of Our Rivers are Above Critical Levels

4. Demand

Regional Demand = 1268. Ml/d (including York)

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Key summary from the data;


1. Rainfall

The Yorkshire Region Has Received 44.7% of LTA for January

2. Reservoirs

Over the Past Week Our Reservoir Stocks Have Increased By 2.02% To 83.64%

3. Rivers

All of Our Rivers are Above Critical Level

4. Demand

Regional Demand = 1265.5 Ml/d (including York)


Note; data in Feb 4th Watsit report not illustrative of above summary - see separate summary page for Jan 28

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Key summary from the data;


1. Rainfall

The Yorkshire Region Has Received 135.57% of LTA for December

2. Reservoirs

Over the Past Week Our Reservoir Stocks Have Increased By 10.25% To 84.27%

3. Rivers

All of Our Rivers are Above Critical Level

4. Demand

Regional Demand = 1257.9 Ml/d (including York)

5. Comments

None

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These graphs directly translate the summary data into graphical format.

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From
01/11/2018
To
26/11/2018

We are publishing monthly updates on the current water situation across the region in order to improve people's understanding of how events such as heavy rainfall and long dry spells of weather affect not only the amount of water we are able to treat, but also the amount of water people choose to use across the year.


Key summary from the data;


1. Rainfall

The Yorkshire Region Has Received 56.32% of LTA for November

2. Reservoirs

Over the Past Week Our Reservoir Stocks Have Increased By 3.73% To 47.40%

3. Rivers

Some of Our Rivers are Below Critical Level

4. Demand

Regional Demand = 1252.5 Ml/d (including York)

5. Comments

Leeming & Leeshaw reservoir stocks are below control lines, and compensations rebalanced with Springhead Weir according to licences.

Doe Park reservoir stocks now above control line, compensation has been adjusted back to normal flows.

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From
01/11/2018
To
26/11/2018

These graphs directly translate the summary data into graphical format.