Water situation report for England: June 2016
A monthly review of the water situation in England.
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Summary for June 2016
June has been another month of above average rainfall in England, with totals significantly higher than the long term average, particularly in the east.
As a result of the rainfall, soil moisture deficits decreased across most of England through June.
River flows increased at two thirds of the indicator sites, with most sites now classed as normal or higher for the time of year.
Groundwater levels decreased at the majority of indicator sites but remain normal or higher at all but one of the sites.
Reservoir stocks decreased at the majority of reported sites in June but remain mostly normal or higher for the time of year.