The Carraízo reservoir, affected by a severe drought, has shown signs of recovery this Saturday, after the heavy downpours recorded in the past few hours.
As detailed on the website of the Aqueduct and Sewer Authority (AAA) , the important body of water increased 65 centimeters . It remains at the penultimate level of service, that of “operational adjustments.”
However, Carraízo only lacks seven centimeters to increase the level the observation level.
First Hour was communicated with the spokeswoman for the AAA, Karin del Valle, and the spokesperson for the Metro region of the AAA, Moisés Lugo. Both indicated that at the moment they will not give expressions to the press about the possibility of suspending or not rationing of 20-hour drinking water on alternate days suffered by some 140,000 subscribers since the beginning of the month.  Graph showing the levels of the reservoirs.
Carraízo has improved his level over the past two weeks. However, in the past five days he has experienced significant increases that have led him to get out of the gravity he was in, due to the drought that has affected the Island since May.
It should be noted that the rest of the reservoirs also show stability after the rains registered in the past few days.
According to the forecast of the National Weather Service for this coming Monday there is a medium probability of rain. The most significant downpour generating system is expected to pass through the region later this week. It is a strong tropical wave that is heading towards the Caribbean and that has a 60% probability of becoming a cyclone in the next five days.