Thousands of Hot Spots Tracked In Sumatra, As Many As 249 Is In Riau!
Forest and land fires still going craze on the island of Sumatra, Friday (13/9/2019). (BMKG) Station of Pekanbaru noted 1,319 spots.
TRIBUNBATAM.id, BATAM - Forest and land fires still going craze on the island of Sumatra, Friday (13/9/2019) morning based on the satellite surveillance released by the Meteorological Climatology and Geophysics (BMKG) Station of Pekanbaru noted there are still 1,319 spots in Sumatra, 249 are in Riau.
249 point is the most monitored in Inhil district, as many as 127 point, Inhu 31 Point, Pelalawan 30 point, Rohil 18 Point, Kuansing 11 Point, Kampar 11 Point, Bengkalis 7 Point, Siak 3 point and Dumai 1 point.
While in other provinces of Sumatra island, South Sumatra is still the most contributor of hot spots that reached until 537 points, Jambi 440, Lampung 67, Bangka Belitung 23 points, Sumatra Barat 5 Point, Kepri 4 point, Bengkulu 3 point and Sumatra Utara 1 point.
Weather conditions in the morning is sunny cloudy with potential visibility that decreased due to the air blur due to dry particles such as smoke and haze.
BMKG is still issuing the Early warnings to the public to remain vigilant of decreases the air quality and visibility due to increased the air pollution from forest and land fires.
For the air temperature is still as usual in the range of 23.0 to 33.0 °c with the air humidity at 45 – 95% while the wind blows from southeast to south in a speeds of 10-20 km/hour. (Tribunpekanbaru.com)
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