YORKSHIRE Water today urged people to use water wisely as consumption shot up in the heatwave.
But there is almost no danger of the cut-offs suffered by the county in the severe drought of 1995.
Reservoir stocks assessed between July 25 and 28 stood at almost 80% after torrential rainfall last month.
A Yorkshire Water spokeswoman for the company said: "We have had such a wet start to the summer, and after a wet winter, that our problem was trying to get all the water in the reservoirs."
She added: "The advice we are giving out at all times of the year, no matter what the weather, is to use water wisely.
"It's not something we think about just at summer."
Consumption has increased over the summer months in Yorkshire and the company advised people to save water by using bath water or washing up water to hose down the garden.
Reservoir levels were at 92% in June after heavy rainfall.