There has been a major improvement in storage levels at the Mona Reservoir in St. Andrew, which was struggling for several months with a record decline in inflows due to the severe drought. After falling to 20% of capacity in August, the reservoir is now at 51%. A National Water Commission (NWC) source last night disclosed that inflows have improved, following consistent rains in the Corporate Area. This is an improvement from two weeks ago when storage levels at the reservoir moved from 25 to 36% On October 5, the NWC lifted supply restrictions for customers served by the Seaview, Hermitage and Constant Spring water supply systems, due to increased inflows. However, the Water Commission said nightly restrictions would remain until there was further improvement in storage at Mona Reservoir.