The meteorology, climatology and geophysics agency (BMKG) has asked for the public in a number of regions across Indonesia to beware of heavy rain and by strong winds, which are predicted to continue into next week.
“Heavy rain accompanied by lightning and high winds are still continuing next week,” said BMKG head Tirto Jatmiko in Jakarta yesterday.
Heavy storms are predicted to affect many regions of Indonesia.
Having caused chaos around the archipelago for the last few days. Tropical storm Iggy tropical storm is now moving to the south, while another area of low pressure is moving eastward across the top of Australia.
Compounding the problem are warm sea surface temperatures in the Timor Sea, Gulf of Carpentaria and the Indian Ocean.
Source: The Beat magazine
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