Dry spells are one of the leading headlines in most countries in Asia today, owing to the fact the delay in storms and rains that have made people worried of the adequacy of their water supply. It can be noticed that some people have turned towards cloud seeding to bring in temporary rains. However, this is not enough and much of the demand for quality water depends on the number of residents located in specific regions such as the Philippines.Tropical depression storms are slowly coming in one by one. Most people dread them because they cause havoc and obvious inconvenience towards the normal ways of carrying out daily chores. But the reality is, without these supposed natural occurrences, people will find some sort of inconvenience when they have to resort to practices such as water conservation to ensure that there is enough natural resources such as water for everyone situated in a particular region.
The good thing about finally witnessing the downpours is that the dry season is over. But the question is, are the rains sufficient to answer the growing concern for adequate water supply? Countries such as the Philippines are alarmed at this development, checking out the water dam levels and noticing that they are way beyond the normal sufficient levels suitable for the local population.
While the rains are indeed here to hopefully save the day, the need for water conservations must still be enforced. There is not telling how long these rains will last. Inconvenient as they may for people who have to go through floods and clogged areas due to them, rains are not entirely for creating misery. They are here to help solve a problem to which man has also been liable for.
Reference article: Arroyo orders water conservation as drought threatens Luzon