So far September has brought us some rain. Water levels at some New Jersey reservoirs have risen. Most of our state still remains in what experts call a "moderate" drought. The Wanaque Reservoir is still below 50 percent but it's back up reservoir The Monksville is at 88 percent. The Wanaque supplies up to 190 million gallons a day to Newark. Patterson, Wayne and other surrounding communities. Bill Maer spokesman for the North Jersey District Water Supply Commission told North Jersey. Com: "The next few months are historically the period we get a decent amount of rain. The agency is not concerned at this point about our current reservoir levels."
Source: North Jersey. Com