Water situation report for England: September 2016
A monthly review of the water situation in England.
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Summary for September
Although rainfall totals for September were close to, or above average, soils were drier than average.
River flows generally decreased compared to August but remain within the normal range at the majority of sites.
Groundwater levels decreased at all but one indicator site but remain within the normal range at all but two sites.
Reservoir stocks for England are at 81% of total capacity, but are typical for the time of year.