April 17, 2021

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Carraízo Reservoir enters control level

One day before the drinking water rationing begins, the Carraízo reservoir entered level of control according to the most recent graph of the Aqueduct Authority and Alcantarillados (AAA).

The reservoir, located in Trujillo Alto, this morning was at a level of 37.12 meters. Due to the little precipitation that has fallen in the region, the body of water dropped 0.09 meters.

Levels of the reservoirs of Puerto Rico today, July 1, 2020.

So that the Carraízo reservoir is out of service must register a level lower than 31.50 meters, according to AAA.

Meanwhile, the level of the Cidra reservoir fell today in operational adjustments when measuring 400.99 meters, indicates the AAA graph.

Precisely, tomorrow a plan of rationing will start for areas of San Juan, Carolina, Trujillo Alto and Canóvanas that are supplemented by Carraízo. Interruptions will begin at 9:00 am and will be on alternate days, so other areas will begin on Friday.

Satellite image of the tropical wave east of the Lesser Antilles.

Meteorological models forecast a high probability of rain for tomorrow due to the passage of a tropical wave.

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