CAPE TOWN DAM WATER LEVEL INCREASE TO 98.2% | AfriTV Online

The dreary weather as of late has bolstered the City of Cape Town’s dam levels by 2.2%. The latest dam levels were published by the municipality on Monday, September 21.   The Berg River’s levels have dropped slightly from 100.5% to 100.3%, while the S...

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CAPE TOWN DAM WATER LEVEL INCREASE TO 98.2%

Published by: A. Odean
09/23/2020 08:35 AM

The dreary weather as of late has bolstered the City of Cape Town’s dam levels by 2.2%. The latest dam levels were published by the municipality on Monday, September 21.

 

The Berg River’s levels have dropped slightly from 100.5% to 100.3%, while the Streenbras Lower has increased from 99.9% to 101.0% in the past seven days. The Steenbras Upper has increased by o0.01%, from 99.3% to 99.4%.

 

 

The Theewaterkloof dam’s levels have increased by a substantial 2.5%, from 95.6% to 98.1%. The City of Cape town’s overall dam levels as of September 21. This week will have a number of partly cloudy days, but will be sunny on Tuesday [September 22] and Wednesday [September 23]. The weekend will be cool, with temperatures dipping to a low of 9°C .

 

Even if dams are full and the sluices are flowing, the prospect of Day Zero has scared residents so much that we celebrate any bit of rain.

 

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