Monday, October 13, 2014

Extreme Weather In South Of Sumatra

Extreme Weather In South Of SumatraClimatology Meteorology and Geophysics Agency stated that quite extreme hot weather in South Sumatra (South Sumatra) at the peak of the dry season from September to October 2014, there are no signs of ending.
Weather extremes that have occurred since last September until now there has been no sign of ending, whereas in mid-October is forecasted to begin entering the rainy season, "said Head of Observation and information BMKG Kenten Climatological Station South Sumatra, Indra Purnama, in Palembang on Monday.

Extreme Weather In South Of Sumatra

Indra argues, the Province of South Sumatra, at the height of the dry season is still quite extreme. So that people are encouraged to remain vigilant possibility of a forest fire that could worsen smog in the region.

The smog that hit the city of Palembang and the surrounding areas it is difficult to overcome if the weather conditions there is no sign of rain.

He explained that the rain had flushed area of South Sumatra for two days in September due to the influence of the low pressure center that occurred in northwestern Philippines. These conditions cause the attraction of the mass of water vapor on the west coast across most of the island of Sumatra, which resulted in this area after the rain long enough to experience extreme weather or climate with scorching hot temperatures reaching 35 degrees Celsius.

According to him, saw the development of the weather now in extreme conditions, people are suggested to prepare a negative impact on the peak of the dry season now.

Weather conditions in South Sumatra in extreme conditions due to very little rainfall below 100 millimeters, the air temperature reaches 35 degrees Celsius with humidity of less than 45 percent, especially in the afternoon between the hours of 12:00 to 16:00 pm

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