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BMKG urges regional administrations and the public in West Java to look out for potential lack of clean water caused by drought.
South-East Asia has long endured severe droughts, which occur on average every five years.
BMKG announced that Indonesia's weather will transition from the annual draught to the rainy season this September.
A total of seven subdistricts in Pasuruan Regency, East Java, were experiencing drought, the regional BPBD reported.
BMKG has called on regional governments and people to be more prepared as it predicted that this year's dry season will peak in August.
The National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) announced a drought warning in Indonesia's regions during the dry season.
The Indonesian government is preparing a policy to brace for draught, which can threaten the availability of staple food.
Twelve people have now lost their lives in fire-related deaths across Australia since blazes broke out a few months ago.
The Jakarta BPBD recorded 47 neighborhood units (RT) suffered from drought due to the absence of rain for over 60 days.
National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) confirmed that July 2019 was the hottest month in the past century owing to global warming.
The Bogor Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) reports drought and water crisis have hit most of the villages in the 40 sub-districts of Bogor regency.
BMKG forecasted extreme drought will still hit several regions until November 2019 due to this year's long dry season.
WWF Indonesia compared the land and forest fires that happened in 2015 to this year's environmental crisis in Kalimantan and Sumatra.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan called on Jakartan to be ready facing drought that is predicted to hit most areas of the capital.
The BMKG predicts that the drought will last until the end of September 2019.
A total of 57,580 residents of the 18,571 households in Bogor are suffering from clean water crisis due to the year's prolonged drought.
BMKG announced an early warning of drought in all areas of Banten and Jakarta as the two provinces have entered the dry season.
Water level in Cisadane Level has affected the crops in the area and caused hindrance in the local transportation method.
The Agriculture Agency of Sampang, East Java, recorded hundreds of hectares of rice fields in 14 districts affected by prolonged drought.
West Java Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) reported that as many as 20 regencies or cities in the province hit by drought as of Tuesday, August 5.