Málaga, (EFE).- The rains fell generously again this Sunday in the province of Málaga, where in the last few hours almost 40 liters per square meter have accumulated in towns like Ojén.
The rainfall, in many cases stormy, has so far left 12.7 liters in the Concepción reservoir; 11.6 in the Sierra de Mijas; 11 in Marbella or 10.2 in the El Atabal treatment plant, according to data from the Hidrosur network of the Junta.
The rains have so far caused few incidents, beyond some flooding of basements and underground car parks.
The State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) maintains yellow warnings for rain and storms active throughout the day in the provinces of Malaga, Huelva, Cádiz and Seville, where it is expected to continue raining in the coming days.
The seven reservoirs in Malaga were at 33% capacity at the beginning of this week. The worst unemployed is that of La Viñuela, at 9.6%, followed by that of Conde de Guadalhorce, at 25.8% and that of Guadalhorce, at 31.6%.
The drought has also left the Limonero reservoir, located in the municipality of Malaga, at just over 33% of its capacity and for the first time has exposed buildings that have remained underwater for decades. EFE