Water gets discharged downtown during a routine sprinkler system test on Monday. After a couple months of counting droplets, the borough announced last week that it was rescinding its restrictions on water use. A recent spate of rain and warm, thawing weather have refilled Wrangell's two reservoirs, which at the start of the trouble had been running dangerously low. At one point the city had perhaps a month or less of raw water to draw from. In its announcement, the city expressed thanks to residents for their conservation efforts.