Western Cape dams are still at impressive levels as the province has now exited the winter rainy-season.

The province’s major dams currently stand at more than 81% – last year, this time, also standing at around the same level.

Dams, supplying water to the Mother City, are currently still at almost 100% capacity.

Spokesperson for the Western Cape department of Environment, James-Brent Styan.

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Dams, supplying the Mother City, are almost 100% full.

According to the Western Cape department of Local Government and Environmental Affairs, the province’s major dams now measure at more than 76% capacity, up from the 61% recorded in the first week of August last year.

Spokes-person, JamesBrent Styan urges residents to continue using water sparingly.

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With the recent continuous downpours some Western Cape dams have seen an average increase of more than 10% in the past week.

Some of the province’s major dams now stand at 68% capacity, up from last week’s 55%.

The Clanwilliam dam, in particular, has seen an increase of more than 50% from the 23.6% recorded last week – to 74% this week.

Spokesperson at the provincial department of Environment, James-Brent Styan says dams, serving the Mother City, is now at 90% capacity.

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The Western Cape Department of Local Government & Environment says the province can expect higher than normal winter rainfall this year.

MEC Anton Bredell says the province has already experienced good rainfall figures, with a severe storm that recently hit the Overberg.

According to Bredell’s spokesperson, James-Brent Styan this indicates that this year’s winter could possibly be wetter than usual.

Styan says the province’s dam levels are currently up to 20% higher than last year.

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