At different times of the year, your well water level varies. In a typical year your highest levels are found in spring (especially as it relates to snow melt), lower beginning late summer and into fall (less rain falling). Drought, or, even spells without so much in the way of rain, obviously, will wreak havoc upon your water well levels. Those who draw their water from the ground (dug wells, shallow bedrock dug wells, wells located on high ground, &tc.) are much more likely to be affected by dryer conditions.
Maybe you can relate. Perhaps you are running into issues like zero water or fluctuations in water pressure, even cloudy water—all serving as indicators that your well is unable to keep up with the demand you and yours are placing upon it. There may be some issues with any of the components found within the well (waterlines, pumps, valves, &tc.). If so, call on Hartmann Well, professional water well repair specialists to Minneapolis residents. We will come out, diagnose the problem, go from there.
To endure the tough times that are diminished water, try to conserve water and take notice of when and how much you use. Can the laundry wait? Can you cut your showers to 10 minutes long, down from 20? Can you use the dishwasher at a time other than when you are using the laundry? Try to scatter your water usage throughout the day and night better, this will allow some levels of replenishment to occur throughout.
Maybe you have tried the above suggestions before, to no avail? Maybe it is time to make some changes within your overall well set-up and water supply in general. You can try things like dropping the pump itself deeper into the well so that it rests further down into the water table. You can try digging your existing well itself deeper, possibly allowing for additional water sources to enter your well.
These tasks being more involved than those which can be implemented from within the house, may call for a water well repair specialist. If you go as far as trying to carry out these tasks on your own, with minimal success (or even the likely possibility that you can damage your water system), call on a professional.