atau cari berdasarkan hari
Jakarta was predicted to experience rain with a chance of thunder and strong winds today afternoon and night, October 21, the BMKG reported.
President Jokowi held a limited meeting on the anticipation of the possible impending disaster caused by the La Nina tropical storm.
BMKG on Monday, October 12, did not report the existence of any earthquake activities in its website.
BMKG reported an increase in the threat of natural disasters related to the La Nina phenomenon and in earthquake intensity this year.
BMKG announced that East Nusa Tenggara's West Sumba had been struck by a magnitude 5.1 earthquake.
BMKG in North Sumatra Province has recorded 156 earthquakes that rocked the northern parts of Sumatra Island from September 25 to October 1, 2020.
The Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) issued today's weather forecast in Jakarta Greater areas.
BMKG Head of Earthquake and Tsunami Mitigation Daryono asserted that mysterious loud rumbles heard in Jakarta last night did not come from a quake.
The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) of West Sumatra, has forecast that zero shadow days will occur from Sept 21 to 27.
BMKG predicted that the rainy season will gradually begin from the western part of Indonesia at the end of October.
BMKG recorded a magnitude 5.2 earthquake had struck the area of South Bengkulu regency, Bengkulu.
BMKG on Tuesday forecasts various degrees of rainfall over four areas in the capital city in the west, central, south, and east Jakarta.
BMKG announced that Indonesia's weather will transition from the annual draught to the rainy season this September.
BMKG in early Monday reported that a magnitude 4.7 earthquake had struck a wide area from Bantul, Yogyakarta, up to East Java's Tulungagung.
A tectonic earthquake measuring 5.1 magnitudes jolted Sunda Strait areas on Wednesday, August 26, at 06:27 local times.
BMKG reported that an earthquake hit the Banda Sea area, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), today, August 21, at 11:09 local times.
BMKG announced that Bengkulu City and regions in its vicinity were struck by a 'doublet' that came from subduction of the Indo-Australia plate.
An earthquake of magnitude 5.3 that hit Jembrana, Bali on Saturday, August 14, at 15:12 local time was felt until Jember, East Java.
The long black cloud occurring in Meulaboh, Aceh, on Monday, August 10, was atmospheric dynamics, the BMKG confirmed.
Jakarta Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) has issued an early warning about potential heavy rain, strong winds, and tornadoes occurring today.