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Much of Australia's wildfire-ravaged east coast was drenched on Friday by the biggest rainfall in almost 20 years.
The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) issued an early warning of potential rain accompanied by lightning and strong winds.
BMKG in its latest weather forecast predicts high-intensity rainfall will pour over Jakarta and other Indonesian regions.
Heavy rainfall pouring Jakarta since today early morning, January 24, has caused floods in at least 17 areas of the capital city, BPBD reported.
BMKG specifically called on five provinces to prepare for floods on the weekend.
Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) predicted a total of eleven provinces possibly experience floods following today's heavy rains.
BMKG forecasted that rain will continue showering all Jakarta areas ahead of Chinese New Year or Imlek.
BMKG forecasted that moderate to heavy rains will fall in Sumatra, Jakarta, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, until Papua, during Lunar New Year.
Several spots in Jakarta are inundated by water following heavy rain that falls since early Saturday, January 18, 2020.
Intense thunderstorms with heavy rains dampened bushfires on Australia east coast on Friday.
The Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) issues an early warning of rain in two areas in Jakarta today, January 15, 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.
Expert of urban studies claimed that the rainfall that drowned Jakarta was comparable to 72 thousand Olympic-sized swimming pools.
BMKG reported stormy, heavy rain and strong wind will potentially hit Jakarta today, January 6.
BNPB announced 30 people have been confirmed dead due to Wednesday's floods that inundated the capital and satellite cities.
Flash floods inundated swathes of Indonesia's capital and nearby towns on the first day of the New Year after torrential rainfall overnight.
President Joko Widodo or Jokowi asked for vital objects affected by the flood in Jakarta to soon be administered.
Rain poured over the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta, during New Year's Eve.
Strong wind, followed by heavy, incessant rains, lashed the villages of Lampeji and Suco in Jember District, East Java Province