LIMITED rainfall in recent weeks has prompted the region's dam storage levels to marginally decrease.
Both Chaffey Dam and Split Rock Dam recorded slight drops in the past week, while Dungowan Dam recorded a slight increase.
Chaffey's level lowered by 0.18 per cent causing the dam to sit at 13.82 percent, while Split Rock went down 0.02 per cent to sit at a total of just over four per cent.
However, Dungowan Dam enjoyed a 0.07 per cent increase and currently sits at just over 41 per cent.
Meanwhile, Tamworth, Kootingal and Moonbi failed to reach their weekly water use goal of 16.1 megalitires (ML), using 16.41 ML.
The total was up on last week's use of 15.81 ML.
The levels mean Barraba, Nundle and Manilla are on Level 4 water restrictions, while Tamworth, Moonbi and Kootingal remain on Level 5 water restrictions.
Meanwhile, Bendemeer remains on permanent water conservation measures.