Extreme Weather Threats Anambas Area, BMKG Asks Fisherman to Beware of High Waves
Based on the BMKG Class III of Tarempa Island, on Wednesday (9/15/2021) the weather conditions in the Anambas Islands will experience light rain with
Penulis: Lia Sisvita Dinatri | Editor: Rimna Sari Bangun
TRIBUNBATAM.id, ANAMBAS - Weather conditions in Indonesia based on the forecast of the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Department (BMKG) in the next week will experience heavy rain and high waves.
This extreme weather is expected to occur from September 13 to September 20, 2021.
Anambas Islands Regency is included in the category of heavy rain and high waves.
"However, there will be a potential wave height of up to 2.5 meters, so sea transportation users must be vigilant, then there is also the potential for moderate to heavy rain accompanied by strong winds," said Head of BMKG Class III Tarempa, Sirajul Munir, Wednesday (15/9/2021).
Sirajul said, under these conditions, his party has also appealed to the entire community to always be vigilant and alert to the current weather conditions.
Sirajul explained, the season zone has partially entered the beginning of the rainy season.
Others are still transitional, that is, the transition from the dry season to the rainy season and during this transition, the weather usually tends to be extreme.
"There are times when it rains suddenly and is accompanied by strong winds. Especially for the Anambas Islands, we don't know the season, meaning that there is no clear difference between the rainy and dry seasons," he explained.
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