With much of Massachusetts in what U.S. Drought Monitor considers a moderate to severe drought, Worcester has imposed mandatory water restrictions including limiting outdoor use to an even-odd, every-other-day schedule.
Makes sense: the city’s reservoir capacity is lagging woefully behind annual trends and the rain of the last few days will have hardly made a dent.
Hitch is thinking it might start getting pretty tough to figure out which days are truly “odd.”
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