The rains recorded in Mexico as a result of Hurricane Kay, which remains in category 1, have caused dams to recover their water storage, after a series of intense droughts, especially in the northeastern part of the country.
The General Technical Subdirectorate of the National Water Commission (Conagua) reported that as of September 5, the total storage level of the 210 main dams in Mexico was 73,954 million cubic meters. Although this represents 2,247 cubic meters less than the historical average recorded on this date, the water deficit is now only 3 percent, which in . . .