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Central Kalimantan Governor Sugianto Sabran declared an emergency status for the next 15 days following severe floods in five regencies.
Global warming pushes the rainy season to come earlier in Indonesia this year.
President Jokowi offered his condolences for the flash floods that hit East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) and West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) on Sunday, April 4.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan confirmed that since the early hours of today, flood waters in all areas of the capital city have completely subsided.
Jakarta has the potential to experience flooding and landslides in the next two days, reported the BMKG.
LAPAN forecasts the potential for extreme rain in Jakarta greater area (Jabodetabek) until Sunday, January 21.
West Java Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) chairman calls on residents living in Bogor, Depok, and Bekasi or Bodebek to be aware of extreme weather.
The government is insisting that the flooding in South Kalimantan was caused by extreme natural events.
Jakarta BPBD issued an early warning of extreme rainfall with lightning and strong winds or tornadoes in the capital city on Jan. 28-Feb. 2.
The widespread Jakarta flood is said to be caused by high rain intensity and the high tide overwhelming the rivers in the capital city.