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Extreme Rain in Bali, Climatology Agency Explained
TheIndonesia.id - Most areas in Bali encountered heavy to extreme rain on Sunday, December 5 until the early hours of Monday, December 6, 2021. The rain inflicted floods and landslides. Several areas were reported floodings, such as Denpasar and Badung.
Based on the rain post data throughout Bali, there are 28 post points with more than 100 mm per day rainfall. For example, the Ngurah Rai Meteorological Station 177.4 mm/day, Sanglah Geophysics Station 187.5 mm/day, Balai III Post 188.2 mm/day, and Celuk Post Sukawati 226.0 mm/day.
"Meteorological factors cause extreme rain in Bali. Most areas in Bali enter the rainy season. The ENSO index at NINO 3.4 is -0.52. This factor significantly increases the rain potential in Indonesia," explained the Weather Forecaster from the Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG), Diana Hikmah, to Beritabali.com -- Suara Network, on Monday, December 6, 2021.
In addition, there is a wind convergence pattern in Bali that causes rain cloud growth.
As for the impact, there were floods in Denpasar, Badung, Gianyar, and Karangasem area. There was also landslides in the Rendang, Karangasem, and north Denpasar area. Many fallen trees in Denpasar, Gianyar, Karangasem, and in the Buleleng area.
In December 2021, BMKG predicts the potential of heavy rain in most areas of Bali in the afternoon to evening.
"December 7 to 8, 2021, it is generally cloudy, with the potential for light rain in the northern part of Bali," he said.
He suggests the public pay attention to the information given by BMKG, especially the early warnings of extreme weather.