Water situation report for England: July 2016
A monthly review of the water situation in England.
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Summary for July
The rainfall total for England was below average for the first time in 9 months at 72% of the July long term average.
Soils were wetter than average across much of England.
River flows decreased across most of England, but remain normal or higher for the time of year at all but one site.
Groundwater levels decreased at most indicator sites but remain normal or higher for the time of year at all but one site.
Reservoir stocks mostly decreased, and overall storage for England was 86% of total capacity.