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The BMKG warns that in the next week or so the temperatures across Indonesia will likely remain hot.
BMKG explained that the increasingly active Bengkulu megathrust zone needs to be closely monitored for potential deadly earthquakes.
East Bolaang Mongondow of North Sulawesi hit by the 5.3M earthquake, while Ambon saw another aftershock.
The series of shocks began after 13:30 local time when a size 5.2 earthquake rocked Ambon.
BMKG states that the magnitude 5.4 earthquake struck Enggano, Bengkulu at 03:09:33 Western Indonesia Time (WIB).
BPPT has teamed up with BMKG to develop an AI-based weather modification technology dubbed the Smart TMC.
On September 26, a powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 6.5 struck Kairatu, Ambon, at 08:46 Eastern Indonesian Time (WIT).
Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency recorded 613 aftershocks following the 6.5 magnitude earthquake in Kairatu, Ambon on Thursday.
BMKG warned Maluku residents not to believe in rumors, fake news, and misleading information on a powerful earthquake and tsunami.
The government is allocating Rp5 trillion for natural disaster relief funds in the 2020 State Revenue and Expenditure Budget (APBN).
BNPB reported per 3 p.m. today that six people died and four others sustained injuries due to the 6.5 magnitude earthquake in Ambon.
BMKG reports that West Manggarai in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) was hit by a magnitude 5.0 earthquake on Thursday.
The BMKG stated haze caused by land and forest fires in several provinces of Sumatra has shrouded Aceh.
BMKG forecasts clear skies above Jakarta and areas in its vicinity starting on Monday, September 23, and will last through the week.
BMKG explains that the bright red Mars-like sky over the Province of Jambi is a phenomenon known as Mie Scattering.
BMKG forecasted extreme drought will still hit several regions until November 2019 due to this year's long dry season.
A magnitude 5.6 earthquake shook northwest of Tuban, Eat, Java at 14:06 today, September 19.
BMKG announced that the forest fire haze from a number of Sumatra provinces have made it to parts of Aceh.
The smog from forest and land fires in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan thickened on Sunday, September 15.
hick smog coming from forest fires shrouded Tanah Grogot in Paser District, East Kalimantan Province, reducing visibility to 10 meters on Sunday.