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BMKG announces a severe weather warning for four Indonesian provinces caused by Cyclone Seroja.
BMKG forecasts the rainy season will end late in May this year-a year where rainfall intensity in the nation leaps by 40 percent due to the La Nina.
Cold weather has cut water and grid energy supplies to hospitals across Texas.
BMKG issues an extreme weather advisory after it has forecasted that January and February this year would see the peak rainfall season.
Lapan climatologist announced that the peak of the rainy season in Indonesia will likely happen this week.
BMKG issued an early warning on its official website today (20/1) ahead of what they forecast to be heavy and moderate rain in Jakarta.
Basarnas announces that the search for debris and bodies from the crashed Sriwijaya Air SJ182 plane has been momentarily postponed due to weather.
Lapan revealed that there were no signs of extreme weather that took place during the fateful flight of Sriwijaya Air SJ182.
BMKG on Tuesday's weather report announced that the 61 percent areas in Indonesia has entered the rainy season.
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 on Thursday has issued an early warning weather forecast for cities in West Java for possible extreme weather.
President Jokowi held a limited meeting on the anticipation of the possible impending disaster caused by the La Nina tropical storm.
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 on Tuesday forecasts various degrees of rainfall over four areas in the capital city in the west, central, south, and east Jakarta.
BMKG issued an early warning forecast calling for Jakarta residents to beware of potential rain and thunder over the capital city.
BMKG says that the tropical cyclone Mangga over the Indian Ocean will affect the weather over several Indonesian regions.
Several doctors believed warm weather was attributable to the low number of coronavirus infection cases in Indonesia, while some others denied it.