Weather Forecast in Riau Islands (30/8), Local Rain Accompanied by Lightning and Strong Winds
Hang Nadim Batam Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) released the weather forecast in Riau Islands for Sunday (30/8/2020).
Editor: Putri Larasati Anggiawan
For Sunday (30/8/2020), the tropical storm Maysak around the Philippines resulted in a buildup of air masses in Riau Islands region which supported the formation of rain clouds.
"In general, weather conditions are forecasted for local rain with light to moderate intensity which can be accompanied by lightning and strong winds," said BMKG Hang Nadim's forecaster Pande Made Rony, Saturday (29/8/2020).
He continued, for marine transportation and marine activities, he was advised to be careful of high sea waves in the waters of North Bangka.
Here are the forecasts. Early warning of weather for Riau Islands region on August 29, 2020 at 11.00 WIB, has the potential for moderate to heavy rain which can be accompanied by lightning and strong winds at 11.10 in Batam City area.
"Galang, Bengkong, Batu ampar, Lubuk Baja, Beduk River, Sagulung and surrounding areas, and can extend to Sekupang, Batu Aji, Bulang, Rear Padang and surrounding areas," he explained.
This condition is predicted to last until 12.30 WIB. While the early weather warning for the Riau Islands region on August 29, 2020 at 12:20 WIB, there is still the potential for moderate to heavy rain, which can be accompanied by lightning and strong winds at 12.30 in the Batam City area.
"Galang, Sekupang, Batu Aji, Rear Padang, Bulang and surrounding areas. It can also extend to Lingga Regency in Selayar, Lingga, East Lingga, North Lingga and its surroundings," added Pande Made Rony.
This condition is predicted to last until 14.00 WIB.
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