The Ministry of Water and Irrigation / Jordan Valley Authority announced that the total quantities of water entering all the Kingdom's dams during the past 24 hours until this Friday morning amounted to (2) million cubic meters, raising its storage to 87 million cubic meters, with a storage rate of 31%, and the annual rainfall rose to 53, 5% of the average, accounting for 67% of the total rainfall last year.
The incoming quantities of 2 million cubic meters to the dams were concentrated in the King Talal Dam, where it entered 1,280 million cubic meters, raising its storage to 28.7 million cubic meters, with a storage rate of 42%. The remaining amount was distributed to the northern dams, while the southern dams, namely Mujib, Al-Tanour, Al-Lajjun and Al-Karak, did not enter any quantities.
As for precipitation rates in the governorates, the highest rates were recorded in Amman (5.4 mm), Balqa 4.3 mm, Madaba 2 mm, Zarqa 0.9 mm, Jerash 2.9 mm, Mafraq 0.9 mm, Irbid 2 mm, and Ajloun 5.1 mm. Karak 0.7 mm, Tafilah 0.1 mm, while Maan and Aqaba did not record any quantities.
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