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Heavy rains across the country has in floods in a number of cities and districts, spreading potential diseases common during the period.
The BMKG forecasts a potential for rain accompanied by lightning and strong winds in parts of Jakarta today.
LAPAN forecasts the potential for extreme rain in Jakarta greater area (Jabodetabek) until Sunday, January 21.
LAPAN says that Jakarta will see heavy rains between today and tomorrow, February 18 and 19..
A number of roads in Jakarta have been flooded after the rain fell since the early hours of Tuesday.
Semarang City in Central Java is widely submerged by floods due to the rain pouring over the city from Friday until today, Feb. 5-6.
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.
The Environment and Forestry Ministry (KLHK) confirmed that South Kalimantan floods were attributable to weather anomalies.
BMKG on Tuesday, Dec 22, issued an early warning weather forecast citing strong storms over Jakarta regions.
BMKG forecasts rain with medium to heavy intensity will pour over several Indonesian regions today, December 11.
BPPT announced that the emergence of low pressure in the south of Java Island's western region as the dominant factor causing heavy rain.
BMKG is forecasting light showers over Jakarta from noon to the evening with West Jakarta being the only area that will only be overcast.
BMKG on Thursday has issued an early warning weather forecast for cities in West Java for possible extreme weather.
Jakarta Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD Jakarta) says that Pasar Ikan Floodgate in North Jakarta recorded an Alert Level 2 status this morning.
Jakarta was predicted to experience rain with a chance of thunder and strong winds today afternoon and night, October 21, the BMKG reported.
BNPB announced that Jakarta may still witness several floods as mild to medium intensity rain is still forecasted to fall over the capital city.
Heavy rain pouring in Jakarta throughout Monday evening, September 21, caused 31 roads to be flooded until Tuesday morning, September 22.
The spate of wild weather this year is consistent with climate change, scientists say, and the world can expect even more extreme weather.
BMKG on Tuesday forecasts various degrees of rainfall over four areas in the capital city in the west, central, south, and east Jakarta.