Cape Town, South Africa, just tightened its restrictions on its residents' water usage.
The city is on track to run out of water by mid-April. Starting Thursday, residents aren't allowed to use more than 50 liters of water a day — that's about 13 gallons. They're also not allowed to water plants with drinking water and are encouraged to flush toilets using a bucket filled with grey water or rain water.
Cape Town has been going through a terrible drought for the past three years.
According to the city's latest numbers, only 55 percent of Cape Town residents were sticking to their previous restriction of 87 liters a day. The good news is that number was up 14 percent from the week before.