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Storm Brings Rain to EBMUD Reservoirs

Four Alameda residences are among those listed on EBMUD's report of excessive water users. (Google Street View)

A third of an inch of rain fell in the past day in the Pardee Reservoir area.(Google Street View)

Data from the National Weather Service shows that a third of an inch of rain fell in the past day at the Camp Seco, California, weather station, the one nearest to the Pardee Reservoir which is a major supply of drinking water for the East Bay Municipal Water District.

The first storm of the season brought much-needed water to a parched Northern California and may hint at a break in a drought that threatens to enter its fifth year.

The district’s daily water supply report, up-to-date as of Sunday, before the storm shows the Pardee and Camanche reservoirs at 54 percent and 28 percent capacity.

Overall, the district’s reservoirs, including those local in the East bay, are at 44 percent capacity.

Late last week, the utility released its latest list of excessive water consumers, for the billing period from September 26th to October 9th.

The list is dominated by residents east of the Oakland hills, but includes three Alameda customers on Versailles Avenue, San Jose Avenue, and Clinton Avenue.

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