BMKG predicts several areas in Indonesia will rain on Friday

Bmkg Predicts Several Areas In Indonesia Will Rain On Friday

Bmkg Predicts Several Areas In Indonesia Will Rain On Friday

Jakarta ( – The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) predicts that several areas in Indonesia on Friday will have a chance of light to moderate rain.

According to information from the BMKG in Jakarta Friday, cited by, the cyclonic circulation that forms the convergence area has increased the potential for rain clouds to grow in various areas of the country.

The BMKG said that, in general, the forecast is for light to moderate rain on the island of Sumatra, except for the Aceh region, which is expected to be cloudy.

However, people around Palembang and Pangkal Pinang should be aware of the potential for rain accompanied by lightning.

In general, in Java, the forecast is for light intensity, with the exception of Semarang and Yogyakarta, which have the potential for moderate rain.

The BMKG predicts that light rains in the Kalimantan region will occur in Palangkaraya and Samarinda. The potential for moderate-intensity rain accompanied by lightning is forecast in Pontianak, Tanjung Selor and Banjarmasin.

Meanwhile, on the island of Sulawesi, the BMKG predicts that the areas of Palu, Manado and Gorontalo will be cloudy. The Makassar and Kendari areas have the potential for light intensity rain, and the Mamuju area has the potential for moderate intensity rain accompanied by lightning.

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The BMKG also predicts that Bali and Nusa Tenggara have the potential for cloudy to light rain, as in Denpasar, Kupang and Mataram.

Meanwhile, Ternate, Manokwari, Jayapura have light rain potential and the Ambon area has moderate rain potential.

According to information from the BMKG, the chance of rain in most major cities in Indonesia is influenced by the cyclonic circulation observed in the Karimata Strait and forms a convergence area that extends from the Java Sea to the Bangka Belitung Islands.

In addition, longitudinal convergence is also found in the Natuna Sea to the western waters of West Kalimantan and from East Kalimantan to the southern part of West Kalimantan.

The convergence area is also seen extending from the Indian Ocean west of Banten and from the southern waters of West Java to the ocean southwest of Banten.

Also, from the waters of the Selayar Islands to the southern waters of South Kalimantan, in the waters of the Wakatobi Islands, in the east of the Arafuru Sea, Papua and in the north of the Pacific Ocean, Papua and North Maluku.

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