BMKG Affirms, the Effects of Typhoon Hagibis in Japan Doesn't Reach to Indonesia
The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Department (BMKG) emphasized that the influence of the Hagibis typhoon would not reach Indonesia.
"Hagibis cyclone has no effect on the weather and high waves," said BMKG Head of Public Relations, Akhmad Taufan Maulana, when contacted on Saturday (10/12/2019) afternoon.
Taufan explained, the results of the analysis conducted by BMKG did not show the influence of Typhoon Hagibis.
Meanwhile, high waves are being observed in the south of Java and Bali.
High waves predicted at 4 meters.
The Thypoon Hagibis phenomenon which is currently hitting Japan, has gained so much sympathy from various of groups.
The hashtag #PrayForJapan was sticking out and entered the most popular list on Twitter.
A number of citizens uploaded some photos of purplish pink of Japanese sky.
Reporting from the BBC, Typhoon Hagibis has wind speeds of up to 180km/h (111 mph) which can cause flooding and landslides.
As a result of this storm, tens of thousands of houses had no electricity and one person died when the car overturned.
Some shops are temporarily closed.
Areas that have been affected include, central and southern of Honshu, Japan's main island. (*)
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