Cape Town, South Africa — a major wold tourist destination — has less than three months of water. It's expected to run out April 12: That's "Day Zero."
And due to a drop in dam levels, that's nine days earlier than it previously expected.
Mayor Patricia de Lille said the city is losing 1 percent of its dams every week. She also said: "Our dams, for the first time, are below 30 percent. And I'm really worried."
The city is implementing water-saving techniques, including a program where residents can view their neighbors' water usage online; that one's been pretty controversial.
Cape Town currently serves 2 million tourists year. It's been in a drought for the past three years.