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Category Archive: Climate
Diverse Regional System Ensures Sustainable Supply
Abundant rainfall from last summer coupled with a very wet November 2022 helped Tampa Bay Water begin its fiscal year 2023 (October 2022 to September 2023) with a full reservoir...
2022 Supply and Demand Snapshot; 2023 Forecast
Tampa Bay Water delivered more water to member governments this year than last year, but less than it had anticipated. The agency budgeted 192.2 million gallons of water per day...
Preparation is Key to Weathering Hurricane Season
Hurricane season begins June 1. Tampa Bay Water has been reviewing plans, stocking supplies and renewing emergency incident training in preparation for the upcoming hurricane season. Are you ready if...
Utility Prepares for Dry Season, Encourages Water Conservation
This year’s dry season is expected to be warmer and drier than normal, leading to climbing outdoor water demand. Comparing rainy-day water use to water use on warm, dry days...
Tampa Bay Water Prepares for Warmer, Drier Weather
Above-average rainfall in June through September means Tampa Bay Water began its 2022 fiscal year Oct. 1 with a full C.W. Bill Young Regional Reservoir, the region’s water savings account....
Summer Rains Increase Surface Water Availability, Help Fill Reservoir
‘April showers bring May flowers’ is not typically the case in Florida, as our dry season runs October through late May. But June gave us nearly a whopping 10 inches...
Water Conservation is Key No Matter What the Season
Florida’s dry season may be over, but don’t stop conserving water. Not only did this dry season extend into mid-June as expected, demand for water steadily increased. From October 2020...
Hurricane Preparation Starts Months in Advance at Tampa Bay Water
Access to clean, safe water is essential before, during and after hurricane emergencies. Although the official hurricane season is June 1 through November 30, named storms can occur as early...
Regional Reservoir Full Even During Dry Season
Florida’s dry season is typically October through June. Often, during these months, as river flows reduce, Tampa Bay Water keeps its Surface Water Treatment Plant running with water from the...
Even With Less Rain, Tampa Bay Water Won’t Leave You Parched
Adequate rainfall is vital to recharging the Floridan Aquifer and filling area rivers, so Tampa Bay Water closely monitors area rainfall to ensure we deliver high quality drinking water to...
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