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The Transportation Ministry issues a bad weather notice for sea transport technical implementation units (UPT) in the shipping industry.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria said he received reports of Jakarta flood that 20 neighborhood units or RT were submerged today afternoon.
BMKG warned the public to be aware of potential extreme weather for the next week on February 10-16, 2021.
West Java Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) chairman calls on residents living in Bogor, Depok, and Bekasi or Bodebek to be aware of extreme weather.
BMKG issues an extreme weather advisory after it has forecasted that January and February this year would see the peak rainfall season.
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 Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) clarified that the seawater overflowing on the coast of Manado on Sunday was not a tsunami.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria says the city has anticipated potential extreme weather that may cause floods up to landslides.
The recent extreme weather has forced the Mount Gede Pangrango National Park Board (TNGGP) to close the hiking trails until an indefinite time.
BMKG reported an increase in the threat of natural disasters related to the La Nina phenomenon and in earthquake intensity this year.
Bogor in the West Java province was recently hit by extreme weather after a rainstorm hit the region.
The spate of wild weather this year is consistent with climate change, scientists say, and the world can expect even more extreme weather.
BMKG said that Jakarta Greater Area or Jabodetabek may experience extreme weather due to the transition period, which will last until early May 2020.
Transjakarta will operate normally during extreme rain predicted to occur until some time to come.
Jakarta Police Chief Nana Sudjana will form a task force to deal with bad weather in the city as predicted by BMKG.
The U.S. Embassy announced weather alert on its website that extreme rainfall with thunderstorms and strong winds is expected in Jakarta until Jan. 12
BNPB and BMKG said that they have repeatedly provide early warnings and information concerning possible extreme weathers to several institutions.
The National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) head Lieut. Gen. Doni Monardo called on the public to be alert in facing extreme weather in Indonesia.