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A tectonic earthquake with a magnitude of 5.7 struck off Mentawai today morning at 08:24:35 WIB, confirmed the BMKG.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.7 rocked West Halmahera, North Maluku, on Wednesday morning, May 5, 2021.
Powerful earthquakes rattled two regions of Sumatra, Mentawai and Aceh, within an interval of about three hours early today, May 3, 2021.
BMKG has issued an early warning of torrential rains accompanied by lightning and whirlwinds to occur in several parts of Indonesia on Sunday
The BMKG's Geophysical Station of Banjarnegara office developed a tsunami alert application for Android mobile phones.
BMKG announced that Flores in the East Nusa Tenggara on Sunday and early Monday morning was struck by two mild earthquakes.
The BMKG detected more than 63 earthquakes from unknown sources from January 23 to April 20, 2021, in Samosir Regency, North Sumatra.
An earthquake jolted southwest Nias, North Sumatra, on Tuesday morning, April 20, at 6:58:20 WIB, causing panic in Gunungsitoli.
Typhoon Surigae detected over the eastern part of Philippines will affect sea wave variations in the Pacific ocean north of Halmahera.
BMKG predicted that the intensity of Tropical Cyclone Surigae in the next 24 hours will weaken and move north away from Indonesian territory.
BMKG has urged people in North Maluku, especially sea transportation passengers, to be wary of high waves potentially reaching four to 6 meters high
BMKG detected earthquakes sourced from the same megathrust zone beneath the south of Lombok-Sumbawa two days in a row.
BMKG issues an early warning for potential thunderstorms and brief gale in South and East Jakarta this afternoon.
BMKG said there is potential for extreme weather in the Bandung basin area until the end of April 2021.
BMKG announces that a magnitude 4.9 earthquake struck the West Java city of Sukabumi and its vicinity.
BMKG reported that a magnitude 5.2 earthquake has struck the North Sulawesi region of Bitung on Tuesday midnight.
BMKG announced that a cumulonimbus cloud had formed over the West Java city of Bandung which caused the extreme weather.
BMKG forecasts heavy rains with lightning and strong winds in several regions in Indonesia, including parts of Sumatra, Java and Kalimantan.
BMKG appealed to people living in East Java to be wary of potential landslides and flash floods in the wake of a 6.7-magnitude earthquake.
The Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) recorded a 6.7 magnitude earthquake in Malang Regency, East Java.