Water storage data

Data for 31 October 2014
Last update at 11:00 AM 31 October 2014

Dam storage levels

79.7%

1444.5 billion litres today

-0.1%

Less than 30 October 2014

Avg. catchment rainfall

0 mm

Today

0mm

Same as 30 October 2014

Flow into dams

846 ML

Today

-68ML

Less than 30 October 2014

Water use

1,142 ML

Melbourne today

38ML

More than 30 October 2014

Dam storage levels

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79.7% full at 31 October 2014

1,444,539 ML
Reservoir Total capacity (ML) Current volume (ML) % Full Rainfall recorded (mm)
Thomson 1,068,000 892,559
-1,193 since yesterday
83.6% 0 (verified)
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Cardinia 286,911 184,190
+114 since yesterday
64.2% N/A
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Upper Yarra 200,579 135,660
+851 since yesterday
67.6% 0 (verified)
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Sugarloaf 96,253 91,992
-87 since yesterday
95.6% N/A
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Silvan 40,445 35,838
-409 since yesterday
88.6% N/A
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Tarago 37,580 37,842
-11 since yesterday
100.0% N/A
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Yan Yean 30,266 27,786
0 since yesterday
91.8% N/A
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Greenvale 26,839 17,763
+9 since yesterday
66.2% N/A
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Maroondah 22,179 18,754
-36 since yesterday
84.6% 0 (verified)
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O'Shannassy 3,123 2,155
-31 since yesterday
69.0% 0 (verified)
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Total 1,812,175 1,444,539
-793 since yesterday
79.7% N/A

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Dam storage

Dam storage levels includes all of Melbourne's water storage areas that receive water from catchments and the desalination plant. Melbourne’s water storage levels are expressed as a percentage of the combined capacity of all storage reservoirs. This is more accurate than looking at individual reservoirs because of their vast differences in storage capacity.

Volumes are measured over a 24 hour period to 8am each day and are validated at the end of each week.

Storages

Storages over the years graph 

Monthly average storage levels of Melbourne's reservoirs over the years.  
View our interactive storage graph, displaying data from 1940 - present.

Rainfall at dams

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Catchment 24 hours to 8am Today (mm) Daily average for October Month to date (mm) October average (mm) Based on mean from previous 30 years
Thomson 0.0 3.3 84.2 101.0
Upper Yarra 0.0 3.2 88.4 100.0
Maroondah 0.0 3.3 92.4 102.0
O'Shannassy 0.0 4.1 78.2 127.0

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Rainfall

Rainfall data is a weighted average figure provided for four major catchments only. This rainfall data has been verified - for more frequent unverified data, visit our rainfall and river level section.

Rainfall provided for the four major catchments only.

Flow into dams

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Catchment 24 hours to 8am today (ML) Daily average for October Month to date (ML) October average (ML) Based on mean from previous 30 years
Thomson 379 925.5 14,328 28,689
Upper Yarra 128 573.3 8,111 17,771
Maroondah 166 297.9 6,397 9,235
O'Shannassy 173 389.0 6,355 12,058
Total 846 35,191 67,753

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Inflow

Flow into dams is a total of water flowing from our four major catchments into reservoirs.

Water use for Melbourne

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Melbourne's total daily water use 24 hours to 8am today (ML) Daily average (ML)
5 year average for Oct
Businesses & households 1,142 981

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Water use

Water use shows Melbourne's total usage each day and includes Western Water.  The total amount used by all Melbournians - both business and households.

 

 

 

 

 

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