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An earthquake measuring at 5.0 magnitude on the Richter scale struck the southwest of Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta today, December 9.
The BMKG reported 1,306 earthquakes rocked Indonesia throughout November this year.
An earthquake of magnitude 3.5 shook the city of Banjar, West Java, earlier today, November 29.
BMKG issued an early weather warning for Jakarta areas Thursday, November 28.
An earthquake measured at M5.3 rocked the Manokwari District in the West Papua Province this morning.
BMKG's Daryono stated that the Sleman earthquake's epicenter is located close to Mount Merapi's peak.
A strong earthquake of 7.1 magnitudes occurred in 137 kilometers northwest of Jailolo, North Maluku, at a depth of 73 kilometers late Thursday.
BMKG recorded a strong earthquake measuring at 7.1 magnitudes struck in waters near North Maluku and North Sulawesi late Thursday.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.1 jolted Nias Island, North Sumatra, Tuesday night, November 12.
BMKG called on the people to be aware of potential heavy rains that would hit several regions across the country for the next week.
BMKG issued an early weather forecast warning on a possible stormy rainfall looming over Jakarta and its surrounding regions.
BMKG announced that a 4.9-magnitude earthquake jolted Pangandaran in West Java this afternoon.
The tremor from a powerful earthquake that jolted Mindanao, the Philippines, Tuesday morning, October 29, reached Indonesian regions.
The BMKG stated that high temperature will continue to occur within the next seven days.
The Jakarta BPBD recorded 47 neighborhood units (RT) suffered from drought due to the absence of rain for over 60 days.
BMKG forecasted that the air temperature in Jakarta and its vicinity areas would remain hot until the end of October.
BMKG staffer Hendro said that the 4.1 magnitude earthquake in Pangandaran, West Java was felt up to Tasikmalaya.
The BMKG weather forecast predicts that five areas in Jakarta this Thursday noon will remain clear with temperatures above 30 degrees celsius.
BMKG clarified that Indonesia is experiencing rising temperatures which is not categorized as a heatwave.
BMKG made clarification on the rumors that rife on social media regarding extreme hot air that might hit several regions of Indonesia.